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Host the national flag and sing national anthem daily at madrassas: MP Education Minister

After making an announcement few days back that MP's Satna district students will answer the roll call by saying Jai Hind instead of Yes Sir or Yes Ma'am from October 1, School Education minister Vijay Shah has come up with another instruction. On Friday, he asked madrassas in the state to hoist the national flag and sing national anthem daily. Commenting at the Foundation Day celebrations at the Madhya Pradesh Madrasa Board, he claimed that doing so would inculcate patriotism among students. He also stated that apart from religious education, children studying in madrasas should be imparted primary education.  He said that they will soon be introducing computer education in madrassas. Muslim community being asked to proved their patriotism? As per HT report, MP Muslim Vikas Parishad president Mohd Mahir also voiced his protest, asking why such a practice should be enforced on madrassas when it is not present even at government schools. "I fail to understand why the state government keeps asking the Muslim community to prove its patriotism," he said. "Muslims are citizens of the country. They take part in the election process. They cast votes. They contest elections. They pay taxes. They do everything a citizen of the country should do. But orders like these are issued to create divisions in society." (Read: 'Jai Hind', not 'Present ma'am': MP school's new rule for attendance call) Madrasa Board chairman Sayyed Imadduddin said the institutions would be trained in the do's and don'ts of hoisting the Tricolour before the order is implemented. No differentiation on religious grounds CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan was also present at that occasion and said that apart from religious education, the present times require modern education as well. He claimed that state government never differentiated on religious grounds when it comes to welfare of the nation. He also announced that his government will double the grant given to madrasas. Madrassas and students were also felicitated for their meritorious performance. Read: Safety of students: Delhi Government schools to come under CCTV surveillance Read: Government of Singapore plans to establish Skill Centre at Guwahati

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Nearly a year after demonetisation, MP students queue up again for GST

Hardly a year since the central government’s “bold” demonetisation move, students of universities and government colleges in Madhya Pradesh are being forced to queue up again. This time, however, the deposits are no larger than Rs 4.50. The reason for the queues is the Goods and Services Tax (GST), an equally ambitious programme rolled out by the Union government on July 1. The aforementioned amount equals 18% of the Rs 25 fee paid by students while filling forms through MPOnline – the state government’s citizen services portal – and is the exact monetary figure sought as part of the new taxation system. “We received the order on GST only a few days ago, after most students had already deposited their fees. This is why they have been asked to deposit Rs 4.50, which is 18% GST on the portal charge of Rs 25,” said a government college principal. Educationists said this situation could have been avoided if the higher education department had developed its own portal instead of depending on MPOnline, which charges GST for providing a service. They also took umbrage to students being asked to pay the new tax. “Why are students being forced to stand in queue to pay the tax at a time when the Centre is promoting ideas like Digital India and Cashless India? Have they introduced online services to make our lives easier or more complicated?” asked Renu Akhande, a student. Akshay Hunka, an activist, wondered why students were being taxed when higher education was omitted from the GST’s ambit. “As I recall, the Centre had said that traditional courses of higher education will not be affected by the new taxation system,” he said. Barkatullah University registrar UN Shukla told HT that he was simply following rules laid down by the state government. Commercial tax department commissioner Raghvendra Singh said GST costs were applied in this case because the MPOnline portal provided colleges and universities with a service by accepting student fees. “If the government wants to keep students out of the GST’s purview, it should stop seeking portal fees from them. If zero fees are taken, zero taxes will be charged,” he suggested. Additional chief secretary (higher education) BR Naidu said no such issue was brought to his notice.

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IndianOil Deakin University Research Fellowship

Jobs CareersPosted at: Oct 25, 2017, 1:23 AM; last updated: Oct 25, 2017, 1:23 AM (IST)SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP The IndianOil Corporation Limited-R&D Centre, India and Deakin University, Australia, are inviting applications for two IndianOil – Deakin University Research Fellowships and two IOC-DBT–Deakin Fellowships to work in areas of Lubricant Technology (1 vacancy), Tribology (1 vacancy) and Biotechnology (2 Vacancies). Duration: Four years Eligibility: The applicants shold have a master’s (MSc.) degree in chemistry (Organic/ Inorganic/ Physical/ Analytical), biotechnology, microbiology, biochemistry or related sciences and MTech in biotechnology, mechanical engineering or tribology with valid GATE Scores (>75 percentile) from recognised university.First class in graduation and post-graduation level (65% or above marks in the final exams/ equivalent CGPA).Candidates with master’s degree should have valid CSIR-UGC NET or DBT-BET qualification and meet requirements for JRF or DST-Inspire Fellowship.Candidates with eligible English language scores (IELTS/TOEFL/ CPE/ CAE/ PTE or OET; IELTS score overall 6.5 with no band < than 6) will be preferred for enrolment into Deakin.Details: The selected candidates will be registered for PhD at Deakin University, Australia and receive a 100 per cent tuition fee waiver inclusive of one-time visit to Deakin University, Australia for six months.IOCL will offer a fellowship amount for the period of study in India, which will be 25 per cent more than that offered under CSIR/UGC Research Fellowship scheme.How to apply: Send your detailed CV including your academic percentage, brief one page write up on the research topic of Interest and research publications to Ms. Gayathri Vedanarayanan at Deadline: November 15, 2017 Check out: Education scheme for SC students In order to financially support students belonging to SC category, the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment has introduced the scholarship scheme for continuity of higher  education after Class XII. Eligibility: Under-graduate students who have secured a seat in BTech, MBBS, MBA, MD, MS, LLB, LLM from any recognised institute and are in first year of the programme with family income not more than Rs 4.5 lakh annually from all sources, are eligible to apply.  Details: Candidate will be awarded with full tuition fee and non-refundable charges of Rs 2 lakh p.a. for studying in private sector institution, Rs 3.72 lakh p.a. for the private sector flying clubs for commercial pilot training, Rs 2220 p.m. for lodging, Rs 3000 p.a. for stationery expenses and Rs 45,000 for computer and accessories.How to apply: Online only.Deadline: October 31, 2017 Short Source URL: Azim Premji Foundation Fellowship Passion driven individuals who are interested and motivated to educate children in remote areas of Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Puducherry, Rajasthan, Telangana and Uttarakhand are provided opportunity by Azim Premji Foundation to contribute back to society with education.Eligibility: Candidate must have a regular post- graduate degree or professional degree, BTech., MBA or equivalent in any discipline with 3- 10 years of work experience and must be proficient in Hindi, Kannad, Tamil or Telugu.Details: Rs 30,000 p.m. will be given as stipend for two year programme.How to apply: Online only.  Deadline: October 29, 2017 Short Source URL: National Girl Child Secondary Education Scholarship Scheme The Department of School Education and Literacy has introduced this scholarship scheme with an intent to establish an enabling environment to reduce the drop-outs and to promote the enrolment of girl children, mainly belonging to SC or ST communities in secondary schools.Eligibility: The applicant must be an unmarried girl, less than 16 years of age as on March 31on joining Class IX. The candidate must be enrolled in Class IX, belonging to SC or ST community. Candidates who have passed Class VIII exam from Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas, irrespective of whether they belong to SC, ST or not, and enrol in Class IX in a state government, government-aided, and local body schools are eligible to apply.Details: Rs 3000 will be deposited in the name of eligible unmarried girls as fixed deposits upon enrolment in Class IX who are entitled to withdraw it along with the interest on clearing Class X and attaining 18 years of age.How to apply: Applications are attended online only at national scholarship portal.Deadline:October 31, 2017 Short Source URL: Girl Child Scholarship Scheme As many as 300 girl students from economically weaker sections from all across the country will be awarded scholarships by the Science Olympiad.  Eligibility:Girl students who are studying in Class II-X with family income less than Rs 15,000.  Candidate must have secured 60 per cent or equivalent in the previous class to be eligible for this scholarship. Marks waiver is available for child with major physical disability.Details: The selected candidate will be provided Rs 5,000 for a year.How to apply: Entries are accepted via post at National Office of Science Olympiad Foundation, Plot No. 99, First Floor, Sector 44, Gurugram, Haryana- 122003Deadline:October 31, 2017 Short Source URL: — Inputs courtesy


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