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SIO welcomes the step of UGC on NET Exam

New Delhi: UGC reinstated Biannual NET Exam & also increased the age limit by two years, earlier SIO had demanded the interference of UGC to direct the CBSE to waive the practice of conducting the examination singularly in a year. The Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) has filed a petition in the High Court of Delhi asking CBSE to take back its decision to suspend the tests and the honorable High Court has issued a notice to Central Government, wherein the UGC & CBSE failed to file counter affidavit. SIO had also appealed the government to conduct one more …

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Revoke MANF fellowship scuttle – Nahas Mala

Muslim Enrollment ratio was far less than any other communities in higher education sector in India is exposed by the official records of government itself. As per the data of All India survey on Higher Education, Muslim student ratio was only 4.9% in 2016-17. In proportion to their population of 14%, it is explicitly proving Muslim community is having much lack in getting their representation. Community representation among teachers is also nothing short of bad representation. There are only 4.9% teachers from the community in the higher education, said Nahas Mala (President SIO of India). In such worse situation, it …

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SIO demands to roll back fee hike for MANUU Students

SIO’s national president Nahas Mala, demanded to roll back fee hike made by University administration for diploma, UG, PG and Research courses and other miscellaneous fees , which has effect on economically backward student community. As University is known to impart and promote vocational and technical education in Urdu medium, in which most of the students comes from underprivileged backgrounds may suffer with continuous fee hike as there was a hike last year as well, but the problem keeps continuing. For the larger interest of economically backward students, university administration should respond to the demands of students and student union …

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Rohit an ever shining inspiration for resistance movements: Br. Nahas Mala

Speaking on the occasion of the second day of remembrance of institution inflicted suicide of Rohit Vemula, Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India) said that Rohit will remain an icon for all the resistance movements now and in future.His suicide was a political act, far more than a physical and emotional one which ignited new fires for the Dalit, minorities and other marginalised sections in India. It strengthened the visible emergence of the then marginalised Dalit communities into the mainstream space. And the future belongs to such political movements.”The fact that the very perpetrators against whom Rohit stood until his …

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President SIO of India writes to President of India

To, Shri. Ram Nath Kovind Honorable President of India, Rashtrapathi Bhavan, New Delhi. Respected Sir, Sub: Regarding the upcoming visit of Prime Minister of Israel Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu I, on behalf of Students Islamic Organisation of India, express our strong discontent over the upcoming visit of Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to India. We believe that, by welcoming an Internationally notorious leader, India has compromised its values of humanity and fraternity. As you know Israel under his leadership has been crushing down innocent lives majority of them kids and women, in the Palestinian territories. The brutal assault on the Palestinians …

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Ensure safety of students in JNU : SIO

Expressing grave concerns over the missing of Research Scholar in the School of Life Sciences Mukul Jain the second in the recent times, SIO has asked the Jawaharlal Nehru University authorities to take necessary actions to ensure the safety of students in the campus. Nahas Mala, President SIO of India has said that the recent case of missing proves the lack of security measures in the campus to ensure students safety. He also accused the university authorities of being inactive and ineffective in the case of Najeeb Ahmed another student who went missing from the same campus since October 2016 …

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SIO Condemns the attack against Dalits in Maharashtra

Nahas Mala, President SIO of India has condemned the attack on the Dalit procession as part of the 200th anniversary of the victory of Battle of Bhima Koregaon near Pune in Maharashtra on Monday. A youth named Rahul Fatangale died and several others severely injured in the brutal attack by saffron flag bearing Marathas on the congregation of Dalits, one of the largest in the country. Nahas said that the attack on the Dalit rally can be seen as an act of hate and intolerance that has been continuing unabated in the country against the recent emergence of Dalit communities …

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SIO Leaders launched logo of upcoming All India Conference at New Delhi.

Student Islamic organization of India has decided to conduct a national level conference under the central theme, “Reclaiming Dignity, Designing Future” on 23, 24 and 25 February 2018 at New Delhi.The proposed mega event is an effort to guide the youth to the right path and to orient their emotions in the right direction. The main message to be delivered is not to get disheartened by the circumstances, not to be panicky and not to get provoked either. No power in the universe can deprive us of the honour and position our Lord has bestowed on us.  If this honour …

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Jerusalem sanctity cannot be reduced to mere Politics: Nahas Mala

New Delhi: National president of SIO, Br Nahas mala condemned American president decision to declare Jerusalem as Israel capital. He further added that, Jerusalem has been a sanctified land for all the three major Abrahamic faiths and like wise must be respected. This decision is absolutely one sided and cannot be reduced to mere justifications of conflict resolution. Israel has been serially violating Palestinian rights and instead of healing their wounds president trump is siding with unjust voices. International community and Muslims around the world must voice against this decision and truly assure Palestinian rights , He Concluded.

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SIO released book on Career Guidance book for Madarsa Students in Urdu

  Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO) has been concerned about the Islamic Seminaries from the day one. The organization strives to nurture consciousness of society and social problems among students of these Islamic Seminaries and nourish their capabilities to enable them to carry out their desired role in the building of community and the nation. To review the prevalent conditions among these seminaries, SIO has in the year 2014 conducted a nation-wide survey, in which representatives of SIO surveyed close to 500 Madaris of our beloved country. Detailed discussions and interactions were conducted with students of Madaris, dignitaries of …

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