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Merit cum means scholarship for minority students

UPDATE: Please go to http://minorityaffairs.gov.in/newsite/schemes/scholarships/scholarships.htm for the detailed and up to date information. If you don’t find some information there you need to send mail to the people at http://minorityaffairs.gov.in/newsite/schemes/schemes_email.asp or contact the people at http://minorityaffairs.gov.in/newsite/main/contact_us.asp for information.  Posting a comment to this blog does not help.

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List of Institutions eligible for full reimbursement

Merit-cum-Means Scholarship Scheme for Minority Communities Students

Objective:

The objective of the Scheme is to provide financial assistance to the poor and meritorious students belonging to minority communities to enable them to pursue professional and technical courses.

Scope:

These scholarships are available for studies in India only and will be awarded through an Agency designated by the State Government/UT Administration for this purpose.

Number of scholarship:

Every year 20000 scholarships will be distributed among the students of minority communities throughout the country. Based on the state-wise population of these communities, the distribution of scholarship will be as under:

State-wise distribution of scholarships: See http://minorityaffairs.gov.in/newsite/schemes/scholarships/scheme_details.htm

For Orissa:  81 for Muslims,  95 for Christians,  2 for Sikhs,  and 1 for Buddhists.  (total 179)

Conditions for Scholarship:

i) Financial assistance will be given to pursue degree and/or post graduate level technical and professional courses from a recognized institution. Maintenance allowance will be credited to the student’s account. The course fee will be paid by the State Department directly to the institute concerned.

ii) Students who get admission to a college to pursue technical/professional courses, on the basis of a competitive examination will be eligible for the scholarship.

iii) Students who get admission in technical/professional courses without facing any competitive examination will also be eligible for scholarship. However, such students should have not less than 50% marks at higher secondary/graduation level. Selection of these students will be done strictly on merit basis.

iv) Continuation of the scholarship in subsequent years will depend on successful completion of the course during the preceding year.

v) A scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend for pursuing the course.

vi) The annual income of the beneficiary/parent or guardian of beneficiary should not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh from all sources.

vii) The state department will advertise the scheme every year latest by 31st March and receive the application through the concerned institutions.

viii) After scrutinizing the applications, the state department will prepare a consolidated budget for all eligible students and send an application in the prescribed pro-forma for release of fund from the Ministry of Minority Affairs for distribution of scholarship giving the details of each students viz. name, permanent address, telephone number, annual course fee, name & address of institute, whether hostler or day-scholar, etc.

ix) The application for release of fund from the state department must be received in the Ministry by 30th of September every year.

x) The state department will maintain separate bank account and records relating to the funds received from the Ministry and they will be subjected to inspection by the officers of the Ministry or any other agency designated by the Ministry.

xi) The fund for distribution of scholarship in subsequent year will be released after receiving the utilization certificate for the previous year. Annual inspection by the officers of the Ministry or any other agencies designated by the Ministry will also be carried out.

xii) 30% scholarship will be reserved for girls of each minority community in a state which is transferable to male student of that community in case of non-availability of female candidate in that community in the concerned state.

xiii) If the target for distribution of scholarship to a particular minority community in a state/UT is not fulfilled, it will be distributed among the same minority community of other States/UTs strictly in accordance with the merit.

xiv) A student residing in a particular State/UT will be entitled for scholarship under the quota of that State/UT only irrespective of his place of study.

xv) The number of scholarship has been fixed state-wise on the basis of minority population of the states/UTs. Within the state-wise allocations, the applications from reputed institutions will be exhausted first. The list of such institutions will be made available by the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

xvi) The scheme will be evaluated at regular intervals and the cost of the evaluation will be borne by the Ministry of Minority Affairs under the provision of the scheme. An additional provision of 3% of the total budget will be made to meet the administrative and allied costs viz. expenditure on monitoring of the scheme, impact study, evaluation study, purchase of office equipments, engaging of contract employees, if necessary and other expenditure to run the cell etc. This will be shared between the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India and the State Governments/UT Administration.

Rate of Scholarship:

The rate of scholarship will be as under:

 

Sl.No.

Type of Financial Assistance

Rate for hostler

Rate for Day Scholar

1.

Maintenance Allowance (For 10 months only)

Rs.10,000/-per annum

( Rs.1000 p.m.)

Rs.5,000/- per annum.

( Rs.500 p.m.)

 

 

 2.

Course Fee* 

Rs.20,000/- per annum or Actual whichever is less

  Rs.20,000/- per annum or Actual whichever is less 

Total

 

Rs.30,000/-

Rs.25,000/-

* Full course fee will be reimbursed for eligible institutions listed at Annexure-III

Payment:

i) Maintenance allowance is payable from 1st April or from the month of admission, whichever is later, to the month in which the examinations are completed, (including maintenance allowance during holidays) maximum twice a year, provided that if the scholar secures admission after the 20th day of a month, the amount will be paid from the month following the month of admission.

ii) In case of renewal of scholarships awarded in the previous years, maintenance allowance will be paid from the month following the month upto which scholarship was paid in the previous year, if the course of study is continuous.

iii) The Government of the State/Union Territory Administration, to which they belong, in accordance with the procedure laid down by them in this regard, will pay the scholarship money to the selected students.

iv) Scholarship will not be paid for the period of internship/housemanship in the M.B.B.S. course or for a practical training in other course if the student is in receipt of some remuneration during the internship period or some allowance/stipend during the practical training in other course.

Other Conditions for the Award:

i) The scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress and conduct of the scholar. If it is reported by the Head of the Institution at any time that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act of default failed to make satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance without the permission of the authorities concerned etc., the authority sanctioning the scholarship may either cancel the scholarship or stop or withhold further payment for such period as it may think fit.

ii) If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statement, his/her scholarship will be cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid will be recovered, at the discretion of the concerned State Government. The student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred for scholarship in any scheme forever.

iii) A scholarship awarded may be cancelled if the scholar changes the subject of the course of study for which the scholarship was originally awarded or changes the Institution of study, without prior approval of the State Government. The Head of the Institution shall report such cases to them and stop payment of the scholarship money. The amount already paid may also be recovered at the discretion of the State Government.

iv) A scholar is liable to refund the scholarship amount at the discretion of the State Government, if during the course of the year, the studies for which the scholarship has been awarded, is discontinued by him/her.

v) The regulations can be changed at anytime at the discretion of the Government of India.

Procedure for Applying

i) An application for scholarship should comprise:

a) One copy of the application for scholarship in the prescribed form (separate application forms prescribed for ‘fresh’ and renewal of scholarship by the concerned States/UTs).

b) One copy of the passport size photograph with signatures of the student thereon (for fresh scholarship).

c) One attested copy of certificates, diploma, degree etc. in respect of all examinations passed.

d) An income declaration by the self-employed parents/guardians, stating definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. Employed parents/guardians are required to obtain income certificate from their employer and for any additional income from other sources, they would furnish declaration by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper.

e) Proof of permanent residence.

f) A receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship in the previous year on the form attached to the application duly counter-signed by the Head of the Institution concerned, if the application was in receipt of a scholarship under this scheme in the preceding year.

g) The State department should satisfy itself that the student belongs to a particular minority community.

ii) Application complete in all respects shall be submitted to the Head of the Institution, being attended or last attended by the candidates and shall be addressed to an officer specified for this purpose by the Government of State/ Union Territory to which the student belongs, in accordance with the instructions issued by them from time to time.

Funding Pattern of the Scheme:

The Scheme will be implemented by the State Governments and Union Territory Administrations, which receive 100% central assistance from Government of India for the total expenditure under the scheme.

 

247 comments September 29th, 2007

CEB offers M.Tech in Computer Science and Eng. : Ad in Samaja

We have now updated the list of the various colleges in Orissa that offer M.Tech programs.

9 comments September 29th, 2007

Health minister promises to start work on AIIMS clone in Bhubaneswar from Jan 2008: Press release of Govt. of Orissa

Following is the press release.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik met the Union Health Minister Shri A. Ramdoss today and impressed upon him to start work on the AIIMS Bhubaneswar campus without further delay. The Government of Orissa has already made available land to Government of India for this purpose. The Union Health Minister assured the CM that work would begin latest by January 2008.

Discussion was also held on wide ranging issues in the Health Sector. The Chief Minister requested the Union Health Minister for opening of a Paediatric Centre at Berhampur for treatment of children affected by HIV/ AIDS. He also pursued the request made by the State Government for installation of CD-4 machines in the 3 Medical Colleges at Cuttack, Berhampur and Sambalpur for detection of HIV/ AIDS. The Chief Minister, Orissa requested the Union Health Minister to sanction state-of-the art machines such as Linear Accelerator for the Cancer Hospital at Cuttack. The Union Health Minister assured the CM that all support will be extended for this purpose.

The CM, Orissa pleaded for increase of intake capacity in Dental Surgery (BDS) from 20 to 50. He further suggested opening of MDS course for which necessary posts of doctors have been sanctioned by Government of Orissa. The Union Health Minister promised to consider the proposal favourably.

Discussions were also held for opening new Nursing Colleges in different parts of Orissa in PPP mode. Government of Orissa will take steps to open such colleges shortly.

In related news a Times of India report outlines the progress with respect to the AIIMS clone in Patna. The time line described in that report will most likely also hold for the one in Bhubaneswar.

The bidding for selection of consultant would be opened on October 3, 2007. "The project management committee had approved the expression of interest (EOI) for selection of project management consultants for construction of six AIIMS-like medical college and hospitals in the country," the affidavit stated.

The project management consultants would be selected by December, 2007, and detailed project report would be submitted by April-May, 2008. Civil construction of the hospital and medical college building may be started by early 2008 and completed by 2010. Simultaneously, the manpower requirement for the AIIMS-like institution is being assessed by a separate committee, the affidavit added.

1 comment September 29th, 2007

Utkal University has 300 sanctioned faculty posts with 180 posts vacant now?

Following is an excerpt from a report in Pioneer on this. If this is true, then it is a pathetic situation and the authorities must take steps to fill the positions.

Hundreds of students of Utkal University on Thursday called on Vice-Chancellor LN Mishra at his office and wanted to know from him whether the State Government planned to abolish 73 teaching posts of different departments and has written a letter in this regard. …

According to university sources, there are 300 sanctioned teaching posts for different departments of the university of  which 180 posts are lying vacant.

3 comments September 28th, 2007

Misinformation and ignorant campaign by Congress leader Kanhu Charan Lenka in a Samaja Op-ed

Among the misinformation and ignorance in the following article are:

  • The total acerage that is now earmarked is 6270 acres. (The article at one place says 18,000 acres and another place says 10,000 acres.)
  • The quality of the land in terms of its agricultural potential is overstated.
  • Ignorance about the existence of other top institutions with large land holdings.
  • Ignorance about existence of other top universities with large student bodies.
  • Ignorance about existence of research parks associated with universities.
  • There is no conspiracy regarding real estate. Vedanta University in its web page clearly mentions their plan regarding building a  township around the university for 500,000 people. That is a good thing. Money made in that would create a large fund for the university and help make it an excellent high quality university.

Also, I have not seen any Orissa govt. claim or Vedanta statement regarding any plans to get SEZ status for the university. In any case, education institutions probably already have tax-free status on certain aspects.

6 comments September 27th, 2007

WIPRO academy of Software Excellence: Ad in Samaja

1 comment September 27th, 2007

Problems faced by the Kastuaba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Scheme in Orissa: Samaja

September 27th, 2007

Kasturaba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas scheme

The Kasturaba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya scheme is aimed at girls belonging primarily to SC, ST, OBC and minorities in difficult areas. The guidelines for their implementation as given in their web site is as follows:

1.         Background

1.1       The Government of India has approved a new scheme called Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV) for setting up upto 750 residential schools with boarding facilities at elementary level for girls belonging predominantly to the SC, ST, OBC and minorities in difficult areas.  The scheme will be coordinated with the existing schemes of Department of Elementary Education & Literacy viz. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL) and Mahila Samakhya (MS).

 

2.                  Scope/ Coverage of the scheme

2.1       The scheme would be applicable only in those identified Educationally Backward Blocks (EBBs) where, as per census data of 2001, the rural female literacy is below the national average and gender gap in literacy is more than the national average. Among these blocks, schools may be set up in areas with:

 

¨       concentration of tribal population, with low female literacy and/or a large number of girls out of school;

¨       concentration of SC, OBC and minority populations, with low female literacy and/or a large number of girls out of school;

¨       areas with low female literacy;  or

¨       areas with a large number of small, scattered habitations that do not qualify for a school

 

The criteria for eligible EBB will be the same as in the NPEGEL scheme of SSA.

 

3.         Objective

3.1       Gender disparities still persist in rural areas and among disadvantaged communities. Looking at enrolment trends, there remain significant gaps in the enrolment of girls at the elementary level as compared to boys, especially at the upper primary levels.  The objective of KGBV is to ensure access and quality education to the girls of disadvantaged groups of society by setting up residential schools with boarding facilities at elementary level.

 

4.         Strategies

4.1       Between 500 to 750 residential schools will be opened in a phased manner over the Xth Plan period at an estimated cost of Rs. 19.05 lakh as recurring cost and Rs. 26.25 lakh as non-recurring cost, per school.  Initially, the proposed schools  shall be opened in rented or other available Government buildings after deciding the location.

 

4.2       Such residential schools will be set up only in those backward blocks that do not have residential schools for elementary education of girls under any other scheme of Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment and Ministry of Tribal Affairs. This shall be ensured by the district level authority of SSA at the time of actual district level planning of KGBV initiatives by co-ordinating with the other Departments/Ministries.  A list of educational complex being run by Ministry of Tribal Affairs is enclosed for facilitating selection of KGBV.

 

 

 

5.                  The components of the scheme will be as follows:

 

(i)                  Setting up of residential schools where there are a minimum of 50 girls predominantly from the SC, ST and minority communities available to study in the school at the elementary level.  The number can be more than 50 depending on the number of eligible girls.  Three possible models for such school have been identified and given at Annex.I(a) to I(c).

(ii)                To provide necessary infrastructure for these schools

(iii)               To prepare and procure  necessary teaching learning material and aids for the schools

(iv)              To put in place appropriate systems to provide necessary academic support and for evaluation and monitoring

(v)                To motivate and prepare the girls and their families to send them to residential school

(vi)              At the primary level the emphasis will be on the slightly older girls who are out of school and were unable to complete primary schools (10+). However, in  difficult  areas  (migratory populations, scattered habitations that do not qualify for primary/ upper primary schools)  younger girls can also be targeted

(vii)             At the upper primary level, emphasis will be on girls, especially, adolescent girls who are unable to go to regular schools

(viii)           In view of the targeted nature of the scheme, 75% girls from SC, ST, OBC or minority communities would be accorded priority for enrolment in such residential schools and only thereafter,  25% girls from families below poverty line.

(ix)              Established NGOs and other non-profit making bodies will be involved in the running of the schools, wherever possible. These residential schools can also be adopted by the corporate groups.  Separate guidelines are being issued in the matter.

           

6.         Implementation, monitoring and evaluation

 

6.1       The scheme will be implemented by State Governments through the Mahila Samakhya (MS) Society in MS states and through the SSA society in case of other states. Funds will be released as per SSA pattern to the State SSA societies. The monitoring and evaluation at the State and district level will be undertaken by the MS State Resource Centers and  in non-MS states, through the committee created for the National Programme for Education of Girls at the Elementary Level in the SSA society. 

 

6.2       Training for teachers and staff at the residential schools will be coordinated by the District Institutes of Educational Training, Block Resource Centres and the Mahila Samakhya Resource Groups.

 

7.         State Support Group

 

7.1       An Advisory State level coordination committee as approved under the NPEGEL scheme, shall provide direction and support to the programme. This group will consist of nominees from relevant State Government Departments, Government of India, experts in the field of girls education, educationists etc. The selection of an appropriate model of the school and its location would be done by this Committee based on the recommendation of the district committee implementing the NPEGEL and the new proposed scheme.

 

8.         National Support Group

 

8.1       The National Resource Group (NRG) created under the Mahila Samakhya programme at the National level shall provide inputs on conceptual issues and concerns arising in the programme, and advice GOI on policy matters concerning the education of girls. This group will provide the interface with research and training institutions, women’s movement, educationists and non-Governmental  institutions and also bring in other experiences of educating girls.

 

8.2       Since the NRG, consists of a small number of persons and meets only two to three times in a year, smaller sub committees of the NRG created for specific inputs, like gender training of teachers, development of gender based teaching learning material, development of  audio visual programmes etc. will co- opt additional  persons from relevant institutions or experts for the purpose.

 

9.         Methodology

9.1       Based on the number of girls and the type of residential school to be provided, the selection of the model of the school to be selected would be done by a State Level Committee based on the recommendation of the District Committee for the purpose.  The proposal shall be forwarded to the Cell at the National level who shall appraise them with the help of external agencies/consultants, where necessary.  Finally, the Project Approval Board of SSA will approve these plans.

 

10.       Financial Norms under KGBV

10.1     The SSA pattern of financing with a 75:25 ratio of sharing between the Centre and the States during the Tenth Five Year Plan, and 50:50 thereafter, will be adopted for KGBV as well.  Commitments regarding sharing of cost would be taken from the State Governments in writing.

10.2     The provisions for KGBV will be in addition to the provisions already made under SSA and for NPEGEL.  The SSA Society shall ensure convergence of KGBV with NPEGEL and Mahila Samakhya programme. It shall also ensure that funds allocated are appropriately invested and there is no duplication of activities. 

10.3     The Government of India would directly release funds to the SSA State Implementation Society.  The State Government will also release its share to the State Implementation Society.  Funds will be released thereafter to the Mahila Samakhya Society wherever applicable.  In States where MS is not being implemented, the implementation of this scheme will be through the ‘Gender Unit’ of SSA Society and existing mechanism used for implementation of SSA will be followed.

10.4     The State Society should open a separate Savings Bank Account for operating the funds of KGBV.  State Government should also release its matching share to the State SSA Society through a separate budget head.  Separate accounts will have to be maintained at district and sub-district structures, accordingly.

 

 



Annex I(a)

 

FINANCIAL ESTIMATES- I

(Scenario I: Cost estimates for 100 girls)

NON RECURRING:

Rs in lakhs

SN

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

AMOUNT PER SCHOOL*

1

Building

20.00

2

Furniture/ Equipment including kitchen equipment

2.50

3

Teaching learning material and equipment including library books

3.00

4

Bedding

0.75

 

TOTAL

26.25

 

RECURRING COSTS PER ANNUM:

Rs in lakhs

SN

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

AMOUNT PER SCHOOL*

1

Maintenance per girl student per month @ Rs. 750

9.00

2

Stipend for girl student per month @ Rs. 50

0.60

3

Course books, stationery and other Educational material            @ Rs 50/ month

0.60

4

Examination fee

0.01

5

Salaries:    

             1  Warden cum teacher

             4  Full time teachers

             3  Part time teachers

2  Support staff –    (Accountant/Assistant, Peon

Chowkidar and Cook)

6.49     

6

Vocational training/specific skill training

0.40

7

Electricity/ water charges

0.50

8

Medical care/contingencies @ Rs 750/ child

0.75

9

Miscellaneous including maintenance

0.40

10

Preparatory camps

0.15

11

PTAs/ school functions

0.15

 

TOTAL

19.05

 

* Based on calculations for 100 girls.  The number of girls can, however, increase.

 



Annex I(b)

 

FINANCIAL ESTIMATES- II

(Scenario II: Cost estimates for 50 girls)

 

 

NON RECURRING:

Rs in lakhs

SN

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

AMOUNT PER SCHOOL

1

Building

15.00

2

Furniture/ Equipment including kitchen equipment

2.50

3

Teaching learning material and equipment including library books

3.00

4

Bedding

0.75

 

TOTAL

21.25

 

RECURRING COSTS PER ANNUM:

 

Rs in lakhs

SN

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

AMOUNT PER SCHOOL*

1

Maintenance per girl student per month @ Rs 750

4.5

2

Stipend for girl student per month @ Rs 50

0.3

3

Course books, stationery and other Educational material @ Rs 50/ month

0.3

4

Examination fee

 

5

Salaries:    

6.49

 

             1  Warden

 

 

             4  Full time teachers

 

 

             3  Part time teachers

 

 

2         Support staff –     

 (Accountant/Assistant, Peon, Chowkidar and Cook)

 

 

 

 

Vocational training/specific skill training

0.3

 

Electricity/ water charges

 

 

Medical care/contingencies @ Rs 750/ child

0.375

 

Miscellaneous including maintenance

0.35

 

Preparatory camps

0.1

 

PTAs/ school functions

0.1

 

TOTAL

12.815

* Based on calculations for 50 girls. The number of girls can, however, increase.

Annex I(c)

 

FINANCIAL ESTIMATES- III

(Scenario III: In an existing Girls upper primary school)

NON RECURRING:

Rs in lakhs

SN

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

AMOUNT PER SCHOOL*

1

Building

15.00

2

Furniture/ Equipment including kitchen equipment

2.50

3

Teaching learning material and equipment including library books

3.00

4

Bedding

0.75

 

TOTAL

21.25

 

RECURRING COSTS PER ANNUM:

 

Rs in lakhs

SN

ITEM OF EXPENDITURE

AMOUNT PER SCHOOL*

1

Maintenance per girl student per month @ Rs 750

4.5

2

Stipend for girl student per month @ Rs 50

0.3

3

Course books, stationery and other Educational material @ Rs 50/ month

0.3

4

Examination fee

 .01

5

Salaries:    

3.6

 

             1  Warden

 

 

             3  Part time teachers

 

 

2         Support staff –     

 (Accountant/Assistant,  Peon, Chowkidar and    Cook)

 

 

 

Vocational training/specific skill training

0.3

 

Electricity/ water charges

 

 

Medical care/contingencies @ Rs 750/ child

0.375

 

Miscellaneous including maintenance

0.35

 

Preparatory camps

0.1

 

PTAs/ school functions

0.1

 

TOTAL

9.925

* Based on calculations for 50 girls. The number of girls can, however, increase.

 

 

September 27th, 2007

IIM act in the offing

Following are excerpts from a Hindustan Times report on this.

The government on Thursday said it was formulating a law to empower the premium Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) to offer degrees like universities without curtailing their autonomy.

"The government has been examining the issue of bringing the IIMs in the country under an umbrella legislation like the Institutes of Technology Act. It will empower the IIMs to award degrees to students, which they are not competent to do at present," the human resource development (HRD) ministry said in a statement.

"It may be clarified that bringing the IIMs under the ambit of a central law will in no way alter their accountability to parliament or their status of being public institutions," it said.

India has six IIMs at Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Lucknow, Khozhikode and Indore, providing industry-oriented postgraduate diplomas and executive certificate programmes.

…Though the IIMs at Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Bangalore are not dependent on government funds for their day-to-day operational expenses, it does not compromise their status of being public institutions. However, it is being proposed that funds be given to them for future expansion.

September 27th, 2007

Hyderabad and Bhubaneswar are possible candidates for BITS business school

Following are excerpts from a Business Standard report.

Birla Institute of Technology and Science(BITS) based in Pilani(Rajasthan) has announced plans to set up elite management institutes on par with the IIMs in the next five years.
 
"As of now, we have not given any concrete shape to our plan but we are targeting to set up full-fledged management institutes in the league of IIMs in another five years. Hyderabad and Bhubaneswar can be the possible locations for these management institutes as the chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh and Orissa have evinced a keen interest for these institutes", LK Maheshwari, vice-chancellor of BITS, Pilani told mediapersons.

 

3 comments September 27th, 2007

Tourism management in RCMS: ad in Samaja

September 26th, 2007

Neglect of girl education: Samaja

September 26th, 2007

Oppotunity for B.Sc graduates at Vedanta: ad in Samaja

3 comments September 26th, 2007

ITER ad in Samaja for M.Sc in Biotechnology

3 comments September 26th, 2007

Ad in Samaja for Nursery teacher’s education

September 26th, 2007

JIPMER Puducherry MBBS seats increased to 100

Following is from a PIB release about JIPMER Puducherry.

The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, in the public interest, decided to increase the number of MBBS seats in JIPMER, Puducherry from 75 to 100.

However, due to administrative reasons, the enhanced admissions in this Institute will take effect from the Academic Year 2008-09 onwards.

September 25th, 2007

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