Wednesday, 1 May 2013

A protest, A passing out parade and more


Rape protest
Well, well, well,.. so JD Women's College also put on a slogan shouting, placard waving edition of 'let's protest like everyone else'.

Students of JD Women’s College formed a human chain on April 22 to protest against the incident of the rape of a five-year old girl in Delhi. As they stood outside their institution, each student held placards with messages like “Don’t kill the innocence of a child “and “let buds bloom”. 

As usual, there were only platitudes mouthed. One such 'student' who really had nothing new to say was quoted by a local Patna paper:
“I think both the state and the Union governments are answerable for being unable to prevent such incidents from occurring,” said Puja Kumari, a BA first- year student. “Why have the law-enforcement agencies not been able to prevent such incidents?”

Puja Kumari, what should the state government do put a policemen inside each and every house? You should first have the guts to address these issues of child abuse as they take place in your own home, Puja jee. Like try to tell your brothers not to hang around the P&M Mall checking out the drool maaal'.
  
Future Teachers finish their course

On April 25, MEd and BEd students of St Xavier’s College of Education put up a cultural programme for the batch passing out.

 A documentary on the batch, Golden Memories, set the nostalgic tone for the show, which began with a prayer service.

 The farewell song – “Nagma hain, shikwe hain…” – was the main attraction of the show; the farewell dance was also popular. Principal Father Thomas Perumalil, SJ, told the students to deliver their best after the graduate.

 “You should try to understand the emotion of every student in your class. Stick to your values and work towards creating a just society.”

H'm high hopes... he has high hopes....

Best essay writer

Sunny Kumar, a third- year students of Chanakya National Law University, on April 29 received the first prize in an essay competition conducted by the Union ministry of the social justice and empowerment.

 The ministry conducted the competition in September last year on the contribution of BR Ambedkar in the making of the constitution. Students from various schools and colleges across the country had participated in the competition. 

Sunny was adjudged the winner on April 25 and received Rs 1 Lakh from the minister state for social justice and empowerment, Porika Balram Naik, in New Delhi. The students from Bihar have once again proved that they are no less than their country.” 

Son of a farmer, Rajendra Prasad, Sunny studied at a government school in Gopalganj district.

New tech course

National institute of Technology (NIT), Patna, is planning to introduce an MTech course in nano technology from the next academic session.

 NIT-Patna director Ashok De said: “The institute is going to offer MTech course in nano science and technology from the next academic session and we are also planning to modernise the laboratory.” The laboratory would have more computers. The institute also has plans to introduce MTech courses in chemistry and mathematics.

 The director said the new courses are being offered as they are in high demand. The institute will revise the syllabus for a number of undergraduate courses from the next academic session.

 The syllabus will be revised after a gap of six years and will focus on industry inputs, communicative English, personality development and studies of new technological innovations.         

compiled by Prem Ranjan

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