21 September 2016 Latest Current Affairs
Computer Education to deprived girls students on the wheels
Free computer coaching for the needful girl’s student in a van which is set up at the Garhi Chaukhandia, a semi-urban village, In Noida Sec 121.In the fast developing era, it is so difficult to manage without computers. The knowledge of the computers has to be inculcated in this generation as we are now changing into the ‘Digital India’.
Shree Narayan Sanskritik Chetna Trust was initially started in the semi-urban village named Chaukhandi.They run this computer learning centre in a van with only eight laptops and a trainer. Students are completely fascinated by her efforts, for they too want to teach and help the society.
IIM to ensure inclusive growth for the students from the different background
Now the IIM decided to provide extra classes in the subjects like the statistic and accounting for the engineer students.
The institutes decided to implement inclusive model of education. Several IIMs seekers from various educational backgrounds have reached the shore of IIMs for various postgraduate programmers. Hence no students from any particular academic background have an advantage and all are equally encouraged to apply IIM Ahmadabad.
Scholarship in Maharashtra English medium school raises the alarm
English medium schools raised its concern as it demoralizes a student from appearing for the scholarship exam and had alleged the state education department for being oblivious to such discrimination. In a similar fashion, a little number of students 21, 685 of the 9. 27 lakh students take part for the class IV scholarship was from English medium schools. Following the concern raised by the English medium schools, the MSCE has declared to change their learning programme to provide opportunities for the English medium student as well The MSCE had held a meeting with the six regions regarding the issue revolving around the scholarship programme in Maharashtra.
Energy conservation painting competition conduct jointly by the central government
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has taken one step ahead by joining hands with the Ministry of Power and Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) to conduct a national level painting competition to implant the habit of energy conservation among students. Last year, when the same competitive was held, more than one lakh students participated. After the winners are announced on December 14 along with celebrations of National Energy Conservation Day, students will be rewarded the cash prizes worth Rs 10.35 lakhs.
As per TOI data, all the schools will firstly organize a drawing competition at their level. After the competition, the principals of the respective schools will select the two best arrivals. Further, the school will ahead the names of the students to the state’ nodal officer by September 30.
HC of Himanchal orders medical college to admit MBBS aspirants
The Himachal Pradesh High Court on Tuesday has governed the principal of a private medical college in Shimla to accept the candidates. This direction has come after an appeal filed by Arushi Thakur on the issue of fee revision in MMMC.Further, the counselling panel govern by Director Medical Education and Research K P Chowdhary, released the names of the MBBS aspirants to be selected by the college.But later on, it was seen that the MMMC denied admission to 150 MBBS students. While ceasing the statement, the bench directed the litigant to file a reply by September 26 and announced that they would hear the case further on October 3.