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SIO submitted memorandum to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.

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SIO National Secretary, Syed Azharuddin met with Arvind Kejriwal (Chief Minister of Delhi), congragualted on his development schems on education and health and also submitted a memorandum. (Text copy of memorandum is attached) To, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal Chief Minister, Delhi. Respected Sir, Sub: Request regarding to take necessary steps on the concerns of Jamia Nagar people. SIO of India, is a student’s organization working for the betterment of students community and extends support in policy matters in the field of education since 1982. SIO welcome the steps taken by Delhi government in the field of education and health, especially career …

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BILKIS BANU – A BLAZING SYMBOL OF PROTEST..!

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On that day, at the press conference held at Press Club of India, Delhi Bilkis Banu had shared a huge dream of hers. She dreams that one day, her little girl Hazra Yaqub would, as a lawyer, champion the cause of those who have been denied justice. Today was the first step towards the realisation of this dream. Students Islamic Organisation of India has pledged to support Hazra till she completes her legal studies.  We will keep alive the reminders of the biggest genocide India has witnessed. SIO salutes Bilkis Banu for her unwavering commitment of more than 15 years. …

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SIO filed petition in Supreme Court on suspension of UGC NET examination: Advocate Manoj Gorkela

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CBSE betrayed the students’ community in conducting NET 2017 session. The report on suspension of CBSE UGC NET has been created qualms in students’ community. Thousands of aspirants, who are waiting for CBSE UGC NET notification, are shocked now after seeing the latest updates that CBSE is suspending the July 2017 session. CBSE should take back its stand in favor of lakhs of students, it’s a direct attack on the students, teaching profession and intellectual growth of the nation. Higher education policy in India is fraught with several dichotomies. The incongruities in the policies of previous & present Government were …

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SIO observing ‘Al-Aqsa Day’ across the country on 28th July’17

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As you are well aware of the biggest conflict of our age,  The Palestine Question. This has always been in the sight of International community and still requires true desires to fulfill the legitimate demands of Palestinian people. Regular atrocities of Israel on innocent Palestinians had made their lives sorrowful and full of problems.  This time Israel had planned an unusual blockade on the third most Important Muslim holy site Al-Aqsa Mosque, which is completely unjust and wrong. It truly violates one’s fundamental right of practising the faith in his/her own religion’s sanctuary also violates many rights guaranteed under UNHRC.  …

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The behavior of JNU VC with students, may spoil their career: Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India)

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Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India) said that the cruel behavior of JNU VC with students shall result in spoiling their career. Recent decisions of VC deemed to be condemned, like 83% forceful cut in seats is imposed, high weight age in viva voice has proved to be structural constraint for the admission of students, and the cases on students who are raising voice against administration are suppressed. SIO demands that VC should give permission for the 20 Students who are not getting Registration because of the charges and cases on them as 26th July is the last date for …

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SIO demands UP CM Yogi Adiyanath to implement Allahabad High Court’s order ‘Govt. Servants must send their kids to Govt. School’.

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SIO demands Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adiyanath to implement Allahabad High Court’s order ‘Govt. Servants must send their kids to Govt. School’. Addressing the Press Conference SIO National Secretary Thouseef Madikeri said that Court order is pending from August 2015, Akhilesh failed to implement it, CM Yogi should direct all Government servants to send their kids to Govt. Schools, He also requested Government to convert all the Govt. District hospitals into Govt. Medical colleges. Every year thousands of students are graduating from Madrasas, Govt. should follow AMU’s pattern to provide admission to Madrasa Graduates in all Universities of Uttar …

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The sectors which generates black money are not under GST: MK Venu

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New Delhi: SIO of India organized a discussion on GST with M.K. Venu (Founding Editor, The Wire) at its headquarters. The discussion with the brief introduction of economics and focused that GST eliminates the cascade system of tax from India,it is not a new concept, but already suggested before by other governments but the ruling power which was in the opposition condemned it strongly. India is not the first country to apply GST, its being implemented by other countries which are having GST’s system suited for them. All the countries have lower tax rates, and India has highest with tax …

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UGC betrayed the students community in conducting NET July 2017 session: SIO

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UGC betrayed the students community in conducting NET July 2017 session, earlier in April, when SIO contacted MHRD officials they said exam will be conducted with delay but now UGC has cancelled the NET July 2017 session. Thousands of aspirants, who are waiting for CBSE UGC NET notification, are shocked now after seeing the latest update. CBSE should take back its stand in favor of thousands of students, its a direct attack on the students, teaching profession and intellectual growth of the nation said Nahas Mala, President SIO. Earlier this month UGC has issued a circular regarding draft regulations on …

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Categorising the institutions will degrade the standard of education and may lead to commercialise the courses: SIO

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The new set of draft regulations set by UGC will pave the way for Category I institutions to commercialise the courses. Why would be the NET & SLET holders will like to pursue research in low grade or category III institutions, they would always like to study in Top institutions. Categorising the institutions into I, II, III will not solve the quality concerns, in fact, it will degrade the standard of education. The standards of higher education in the country cannot be ensured without improving the quality of education in the colleges situated in rural areas. It is to be …

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An Iftar with a difference: SIO’s Iftar with Victim Families

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The Students Islamic Organisation of India (SIO) invited family members of Haryana dairy farmer Pehlu Khan, Dadri iron smith Akhlaq Ahmad, Najeeb Ahmed JNU student family and others. Khan, 55, was lynched by a brutal self-styled gang of cow vigilantes in Alwar district of Rajasthan in April this year when he, along with his two sons and nephew and neighbor Azmat Khan, was returning from Jaipur after purchasing some cows and calves from a government-run cattle market. His sons and Azmat sustained injuries but survived. They were also guests at the SIO Iftar today. Ahmed, 50, was lynched by a …

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