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SIO urges fair investigation in CBSE issue and condemns the lathi charge on protesting students

Amid the tension of exams, an exclusive caution prevailed which shocked whole of the nation especially for the parents and students studying in 10 and 12th of CBSE board, when they were asked to get ready for the retest as an outcome of the paper leak of maths and economics subject of class 10th and 12th respectively. Due to the incompetency of CBSE board and unjust move to hold the reexamination had landed students in fear and disappointment. Leaking of paper and suffrage of students due to the error of authorities is not the exceptional incident. Last year chemistry paper …

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Death of Dr. Fayaz Alam, A Reflection of unsecure environment prevailing in Educational institutions – SIO

Nahas Mala (President SIO of India), after speaking to mother of Dr. Fayaz Alam (on phone) demands CBI prode after the murder of Dr Fayaz Alam PG student of Katihar Medical college and urges management and government to compensate the family over the loss of only son to his parents. Expressing solidarity with parents and demanding justice, Mr. Nahas added Killing Students is to suppress the particular community and it’s a reflection of insecure environment in education institutions, whether it is a case institutional murder of Rohit Vemula in HCU or forceful disappearance of Najeeb Ahmed from JNU or the …

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SIO demands centre to take back autonomy of selected institutions – Nahas Mala

President SIO of India Nahas Mala said, according to various surveys, reports educational institutions across the nation are in worst condition, due to lack of funds, infrastructure, and vacant seats of permanent faculties which are the basic need to run any institutions. In such time UGC decision to grant autonomy to 60 institutions shows governments failure. A liberalised regime in the education sector and autonomy would not facilitate education system but its towards commercialization of education, where privatizations is its first step added, Nahas. Mr. Nahas further said, it is a step towards commercialisation of public-funded institutes and government’s withdrawal …

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SIO denounce anti-student approach of EFLU authority

Ashfaq Ali, a part-time student of EFLU has been denied entry to the campus without any fair reason is a clear crystal witch hunting of EFLU authority against its own student. This is one of the many incidents of the same violence happened in EFLU in the last three years. Around nine brilliant students were there who have been targeted by the EFLU authorities and denied their higher education opportunities so far in different ways. Some are denied admission even after they got selected after due admission procedures. Some of them were being denied even hall tickets for the entrance …

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SIO urge students community to stand against SSC Scam – Nahas Mala

President, SIO of India Nahas Mala after meeting with students who are protesting outside the Staff Selection Commission’s office at CGO Complex in New Delhi, who had started their agitation on Tuesday with a single demand that CBI should look into the matter instead of diverting the issue by re-conducting the exam. Nahas Mala said, we stand with students who are struggling for their rights and to protect the system which is being involved in such scam and said a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) should investigate into the alleged paper leak in the examination held from February 17 to …

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SIO in Solidarity with TISS Strike – Nahas Mala (President, SIO of India)

Students Islamic Organization of India expresses its deepest of condemnation and denunciation to the TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences) administration’s continuing policy of withdrawing scholarships and financial aids to the students from marginalized backgrounds. The TISS administration had previously withdrawn the support given for the OBC (NC) students in 2015. The recent move by the administration to similarly withdraw the support to SC/ST students are only going to further marginalize the already marginalized to the extreme extends. The administration has also been hiking the fees to unreasonable levels making it difficult for the unprivileged to gain access to education. …

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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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