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SIO spearheads national campaign demanding more democratization of educational terrain

New Delhi: In the title of ‘Resist Internal Colonization of Education; Demand the Rights of the Marginalized’ SIO of India spearhead a nationwide campaign from Aug 25th to September 10th 2018. SIO of India General Secretary Khaleeq Ahmed Khan told the media in a launching press conference at press club of India New Delhi today (09-08-2018). Through this campaign SIO puts forward 10 demands before the government and the public which include, Revoke MANF Fellowship scuttle; increase the budget allocation for the fellowship- Enact Rohit act to criminalize systemic violence against SC ST and Minority Execute special package for SCs …

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Treat, consider, behave them more humane as they fell victim to systemic fulfillment : SIO

Treat, consider, behave them more humane as they fell victim to systemic fulfillment : SIO President Br Nahas on the people left out from Assam NRC. National President Students Islamic Organisation of India, Br Nahas Mala has urged government to consider and treat more humane with the people who are left out of final draft of Assam NRC released today. They must get sufficient time to claim their rightful citizenship rights as due to several reasons of failures their names have been missed. There are many possibilities of human rights violations with these peoples as they may be considered illegal …

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JMI should withdraw show cause notice to protesting students: SIO

SIO extended support with the protesting students of B.E of JMI demanding full-time degree for the evening shift. Condemning administrations’ action for giving show cause notice to 4 protesting students Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India) said that the administration is cheating the students since they didn’t mention B.E (evening course) as a part-time course which they mentioned for other courses in the prospectus and official website. But after the completion of the degree, the certificates given are of part-time course. We demand the JMI administration, 1. To save the future of students by providing a full-time degree for all …

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Higher Education Commission of India is a license to commercialize education: SIO

New Delhi: Recently divulged draft of Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) bill to replace higher education regulator University Grants Commission (UGC) with a Higher Education Commission would focus exclusively on academic affairs and financial grants would be under the purview of MHRD. The proposed HECI to be set up through an act will not have the authority of sanctioning funds. It will focus on quality education at Universities and colleges. At present University grants commission is assigned with the responsibilities of maintaining, monitoring and improving the standards of teaching and research in higher educational institutions and also with the …

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Mob lynching: SIO welcomes SC verdict

New Delhi: Nahas Mala, President SIO of India has welcomed the order by the Supreme Court of India asking the Parliament to enact strict legislation against mob lynching. The murders and atrocities are on the rise in the country in the name of cow vigilantism. India is shifting itself from a democracy to mobocracy. Terming the new trend a threat to any civilised society, Mr Nahas has asked the government to make the necessary legislation at the best time possible. He condemned the attacks on noted civil rights activist Swami Agnivesh by the BJP-RSS workers in Jharkhand. According to his …

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The recruitment process of UPSC should be free and fair: SIO

New Delhi: The proposal by Central Government to make major changes in the allocation of services after completion of the ‘Foundation Course’ to successful candidates in the Civil Services Examination is failing to comply with the Constitution; it violates Article 320 of The Constitution which mandates the functions of Union Public Service Commission said Nahas Mala, SIO President. The foundation course for all services officers is three months. Allocation of services to the candidates selected for Civil Services Examination of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is done now before completion of foundation course. According to the letter sent by the …

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SIO strongly condemns the government for its repression against the Anti-Sterlite protesters

The Anti-Sterlite protesters have been staging a non-violent protest for the immediate closure of the Sterlite plant for the past three months. On 22nd May, the protest was gaining momentum as it was the 100th day since the commencement of the protests. The public protested by closing the shops for a complete day and staging a non-violent demonstration in front of the Sterlite plant. The police lathi-charged and fired tear gas and live ammunition on the non-violent protesters as they were marching towards the District Collectorate. 9 people were killed including a woman and many others were inflicted with both …

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SIO condemns Israel brutality in Gaza

The Students Islamic Organisation of India has condemned the ongoing Israel attack on Palestinians in Gaza. There are reports of more than 52 deaths in Israel’s brutal attack on civilians protesting against the US opening of the embassy in Jerusalem. The so-called civilized world must be ashamed of its silence in the face of this systematic barbarism. Nahas Mala (President SIO of India) urged the International community to immediately interfere in what it seems to be the deadliest bloodshed in the region. It is highly condemnable from the US state department that even after repeated inquiries defended Israel atrocities and held …

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Najeeb’s forced disappearance: CBI probe should be judicially monitored: Nahas Mala

Expressing his anguish over the slow pace of the CBI investigation into the missing of JNU student Najeeb Ahmed, SIO President Nahas Mala has demanded the probe to be monitored by the High Court or by a retired judge of the same court. He also accused CBI of playing puppet to the ABVP goons. Even after one year of investigation, the central agency has not provided any breakthrough in the whereabouts of Najeeb. There was no ray of hope even in the eighth status report presented in the Delhi High Court. Mr Nahas expressed his strong discontent over the CBI …

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Government should ensure educational development of India’s most backward area Mewat – SIO

March for Mewat Mewat Educational Development New Delhi: Mewat region lingered underdeveloped still after India’s independence and the creation of Haryana state in 1966. The agricultural opulence of Mewat region during 1980 was rich. Paradoxically, the proximity to the national capital made Gurgaon District a new millennium hub as an industrial centre in the1990’s. The areas which were demarcated forMewat district from Gurgaon (Gurugram) in 2005 remained agriculturally and industrially backward. It lacked vital infrastructure such as education, health, basic amenities viz. railway links for the development of transport and commerce. According to 2011 Census, Mewat district had total population …

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