Petition to President of India, Uttrakhand government, HRD MINISTRY, Prime Minister of India, Government of India
We all the students of 2016 academic session MBBS course Sridev Suman Subharti Medical College Dehradun, Uttrakhand want to apprise your good self about our pathetic condition which is as follows; We were systematically alloted to this college/ university through central counselling conducted by state department of medical education, government of Uttrakhand for which DMD- Uttarakhand has issued an essentially certificate. We passed an exam of our 1st professionales from this university. On December 2018, a decision was made by honarable Supreme Court of India that Government of Uttrakhand should overtake Sridev Suman Subharti Medical College, Dehradun. There are currently two batches running Batch- 2016 and Batch-2017, comprising of total 300 students. The order clearly stated that there should not be any discomfort given to the student /their classes/ academic schedule etc. Furthermore it was inherent in the order that exams of batch- 2017and 2016 batch be conducted soon. Still on 7 December 2018, all students of Batch 2016 we're sent bqck to home for holidays from 7 December to 21 December, to complete the formalities. But again we got a notice of holidays from 21 December 2018 to 15 January 2019 by out consistent university as the college/ university is taken over by Government of Uttrakhand. Although the student of Batch -2017 are already at home from last 4 months. Their exams of first year have been denied due to conflict between MCI and college. Their first year exams were supposed to be conducted in September but now their session is running late by 4 month. They have been getting date over date everytime by honorable Supreme Court. Even the Batch -2016 have there second year exams scheduled in February but their classes are at hault from more than one month and their syllabus isn't complete yet. In spite of the directions given by honorable Supreme Court, nothing substantial has been done to start our classes—the prolonged break bear testimony to this fact. The students have even been at the doors of Directorate of Medical College and protest silently ,only they received was verbal assurance. It should be incumbent upon the government of Uttrakhand, MCI and Supreme court to ensure proper working of our college soon .But our morale received a severe blow when MCI asked for one more week and we received yet another date. We have totally lost our faith and hopes for a golden future. We, the students of Sri Dev Suman Subharti Medical College earnestly request the central government to intervene in this matter and provide a permanent solution to our problem, so that we can study and work in a peaceful environment, and play our small role in the process of curing the nation as envisaged in the essintiality certificate issued by DME Uttrakhand.Please help us to come out of this ambiguous situation.
Petition to UGC, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Head of Engineering colleges
Promote Final Year Engineering students.
Dear Readers and Concerned Authorities, Amidst a global Corona Virus pandemic, UGC(University Grants Commission) and the Government of Karnataka has recently issued guidelines to State Public Universities, Private Universities and Private Engineering Colleges regarding the conduct of examinations. The Guidelines state: Intermediate semester students(1st,2nd, 3rd-year students) will be promoted based on a 'Comprehensive Evaluation' with 50:50 weightage to internal marks and the aggregate of previous semester marks. Examinations for Final Semester/Year students will be conducted by the end of September 2020 in order to maintain 'Academic credibility' and to safeguard student's interest. This preposterous decision has left almost all Final year students who were most at stake, bewildered and deeply disappointed. These are Sincere reasons why: Most of the recruiting Companies are awaiting the Students Degree certificate in order to Onboard, and have made no exclusive demand that the students write their Semester End year exams in order to consider the Degree Certificates legitimate. Many Students have to join as early as mid-July/August. More the exams are pushed back, more the probability of students losing their Offer/Jobs amidst a recession. And For those who have secured their Jobs, will have to face an economic loss by forgoing a salary of around two months as a consequence of this delay. Additionally, this delay also hinders those who wish to pursue higher studies. Major Project work and Internal Assessment which account for greater than 60 percent of total marks have been completed and evaluated online. Final year students have only 2/3 subjects compared to 8/9 subjects of Intermediate students (1st,2nd, 3rd-year students). Final year students who are burdened with constraints of their Job offers/Job hunting are asked to appear for exams which are at a high risk of being delayed in case COVID-19 cases rise whereas Intermediate students are Promoted. The Karnataka government has revised the quarantine norms for persons coming from other States and have made 14 days of home quarantine mandatory. The Ongoing lockdowns and revised norms have made appearing for exams (in case it is offline) extremely hard especially for Out of state students. Even if The institutions follow the Safety guidelines, Final year students are at High Risk of getting infected from COVID-19, as seen recently in the case of a 10th Standard student. How can 'Academic credibility' justify conducting delayed exams to Final year students who are most at stake. How is it 'Academically Credible' to promote Intermediate students who will not be affected by the consequences of late exams/late results Hence, It is requested of the reader to join hands in order to spread this Plea of ours to as many people as possible and if possible, to the Concerned authorities. To the Concerned Authorities, We sincerely request you to Promote Final Year students and provide their Degree Certificates without any further delay.
Petition to The registrar and the principal of JNTUH
Cancel all further exams due to instability caused by COVID-19
Concerned student started this petition to College Administration. The Covid-19 pandemic has severely affected the education sector across the world; the situation is grave in India as well. The current situation is very alarming and we are seeing an escalation in the total cases as we write this. This period of lock-down has not been easy on any of us, physically and mentally. We are all currently experiencing something so unprecedented that the whole world is in a mass panic. As university students we have faced multitudes of challenges in the past few weeks. Many non-local students have had to completely abandon their life here and go back to their home towns to be with family. Many of us know family members or friends that are dealing directly with a COVID-19 infection. These are tough times for everyone and especially students who have so much on their plate. As per government guidance GCSE and A-Level exams were cancelled, but still some universities are continuing with exams through an online or offline portal. This petition is to the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad to be a leader in these times and truly put the well-being and health of all its students above its reputation. Students at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad are greatly disadvantaged at this time and they need to know that their university cares about them and is doing everything in their power to ensure their physical, mental and emotional well-being. Students strongly believe that exams (Offline or Online) should not be conducted because of the following reasons: 1. Most of the students have not carried any books assuming that the lockdown will be ended on 31st of march, as per declared by the government of India. 2. Considering the online classes, many students are from rural areas, neither they have computer nor they are accessed to internet connectivity at home. 3. Students who are attending online classes feel that most of the lectures are based on only reading the PPT/textbook. Also, classes are not being taken regularly. It is getting difficult to most students to follow the lecture as they do not have their textbooks with them. 4. In a few departments, not even half of the entire syllabus had been covered yet. 5. A huge majority of the students are located outside the state, who will have to travel back and arrange for their hospitality and food, for in person exams. This not only puts them at risk of getting infected but also endangers their families and guardians who could possibly be in the 'at-risk group' of Covid-19. 6. Parents of several students are daily wage earners and current pandemic has further worsened already deprived condition. 7. Despite of all these, even if some students dare to take the risk of getting infected and show up for exams, the social distancing cannot be performed in the college and hostel premises as there are about eleven students per room in the hostels. Hence, there is no place for hostelites to stay. This above survey is based on the conversation of each and every student with their respective class representatives in their respective class groups. Conducting exams in person could put a large amount of students at risk and act against our motive of flattening the curve. Especially when colleges can become vectors of rapid spread very quickly. Conducting exams online would be ideal case given that everyone has an equal opportunity which is not the case here. In Telangana, Hyderabad is epicentre of Coronavirus spread. There is a very high amount of risk involved not only to the students but even to the faculty members and even examination committee. Hence, students strongly suggest cancellation of exams for this semester/academic year and the results of this semester or academic year should be based on the assignments and internal exams. Students would also like to elucidate the fact that they are not against exams. They are not willing to write exams of the current semester/academic year due to COVID-19 pandemic, as they will have to risk themselves and their families in order to attend exams. We request you to sign this petition and help us ensure our safety and the safety of our society is given priority and together we can help flatten the curve.
Petition to Shri Manoj Sinha Ji Hon'ble Lt. Governor J&K
Give Equality to allied Life Science Subjects in Jammu & Kashmir
To Shri Manoj Sinha Ji Hon'ble Lt. Governor J&K Sub: Introduce and recruit allied sciences candidates for the posts of lecturer/assistant professor in Life Sciences- regarding. Respected Sir, I would like to draw your kind attention to some issues concerning about introduction of allied subjects and eligibility criteria for appointment of faculty in Jammu and Kashmir education department (Higher secondary’s, colleges, and Universities) in the stream of life sciences. The UGC/education system offers many allied (interdisciplinary) subjects of Life Science, to promote applied aspects of higher education and research. Life Sciences cover various subjects such as- Genetics, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Industrial Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Nano Biotechnology, Neuroscience etc. There are huge discrepancies in JK state to flourish the allied Science subjects. Doctorate and Research scholars of interdisciplinary subjects have been pursuing the demand for introduction of these subjects at 10+2 and higher education for two decades. An unfortunate is, in every newly opened education institute in JK state the first preference goes to start with humanities and arts stream subjects, we are not against, but students with allied subjects have a right to be free from state discrimination. In the annual curricular BOSE, State colleges, Universities listed some interdisciplinary subjects as additional subject, but government has failed to have permanent appointment for these subjects all over the state. Even traditional subjects running in our state don’t have experts to teach the proper syllabus, a botanist or a zoologist in our education system is teaching Genetics syllabus, portion of molecular biology syllabus as well as microbiology, and biotechnology syllabus portion. Now in present world education sectors are appointing faculties as per annual curricular syllabus pattern. Flourishing of interdisciplinary subjects helps in: To establish Jammu and Kashmir as a preferred & globally – competitive destination for manufacturing of Biotechnology products and services and to reach a turnover target To create a professionally competent manpower pool and employment opportunities of 25,000 human resources in the Biotechnology sector. To create employment opportunities for more than one lakh human resources in Biotechnology sector by 2025. To encourage cutting-edge Life science research, build world-class infrastructure and attract world’s best talent to contribute to the State’s development. To develop Biotechnology entrepreneurship and promote development, management & commercialization of Bio-technologies with an aim of branding Jammu and Kashmir as a hub for Biotechnology start-ups, entrepreneurship, technology management and commercialization. To promote creation of Intellectual Property (IP) in the BT sector by facilitating R&D institutions and contributing more funds to R&D in the BT sector. It becomes primary choice for most of the meritorious students to opt for these allied subjects. There are discrepancies in subject wise appointment of faculties in Jammu and Kashmir education department where students of allied subjects of life sciences are not eligible for the post of Assistant Professor in Zoology. Botany and other subjects. This limits the opportunities for students trained in allied disciplines to seek a placement in various relevant departments. None of the PhD qualified, allied subject aspirants can even apply for these posts even they are specialized over and above the essential requirement. An important question that arises is where the students with degrees in allied subjects should apply? The important point is that the syllabus and their associated knowledge of basic and other allied subjects of life sciences are more or less similar. UGC is offering degrees for UG/PG in such allied subjects and allowing them to apply for UGC-NET lectureship exam under life sciences, but Education system in Kashmir is not allowing them to apply for the post of Assistant Professor in subjects under Life Sciences. In such condition students who have completed their PhD in allied subjects are feeling handicapped in the academic field and in their bright future prospects promised by the education system of our country. UGC should either allow these students to apply for the aforesaid post of Assistant Professor in the basic subjects of Life Sciences or create new job opportunities for the candidates from allied science background. There should be a common recruitment board to appointing General life science faculty in (Higher secondary’s, colleges, state and central universities) with minimum weightage of the interview to make the system more transparent and convenient. This would benefit aspiring candidates as they can apply to all central and state universities at a time each year. It will save time, money and will provide a greater chance of fair selection to the aspirants. The allied subject departments should be made independent and permanent recruitment should be encouraged in universities (central and state) as well as colleges. Permanent appointments should be encouraged; no ad-hoc or temporary recruitment should be made, Further suggestions for improvisation of the education system: Ph.D. degree holders are the highest degree holders should be given an opportunity to work in every aspect of the State, especially the education system from lower to higher levels. So, the government should create more vacancies apart from already existing ones, Such as: advisor, research analyst, and others should be created so that the education system will have more options to improve and on other hand Ph.D.’s will get more employments. There should be vacancies of higher status for Ph.D.’s in the school system (and no requirement of B. Ed. for them). So that, both the school education and our extremely young minds will be benefitted and research ambiance will be created at the young level in student’s life and that will lead to the success of make in India concept in later stages. Sincerely,D. Mir (Representative of “Allied Subject Research committee)
Petition to To provide study material, To help poor, Just ₹10
Raise ₹10 to help and get help.
I am a student of Engineering and i see many students in India cannot buy Laptops, Tablets and other expensive things they want. These Gadgets play very important role in our life. Like me i want to buy an ipad from 2 years but due to financial problems i am not able to buy. As a mechanical engineer i love designing, CAD, modeling, Simulation etc. But i don't have ₹50,000 to buy. But i can donate ₹10 easily without any burden on me. So i am proposing an idea that if someone wants to buy any product or book anything related to their study or profession just file a petition at change.org and we will donate ₹10 to their UPI or other payment method. Just like me i want to buy an ipad but not able to buy. Iff atleast 5000 people donate ₹10 to me I'll be able to buy. And these 5000 people can get help again from us by filing a petition(what they want to buy) so it'll be very beneficial for all student community without any burden on their parents. We can make a process of verification of students by their email address provided by university (or school) or by their IDs provided. Everyone should have write up a long brief why they want that product and their objectives. If you feel it can be happen please let me know and help me i just want a basic ipad so i can work on passion i can make new designs in our automotive and other sectors. Just donate ₹10 to me and it can make a big change for all. My UPI ID is lakshtyagi@sbi , lakshtyagi@uboi , 9027941456@paytm
Petition to Governor Odisha, CM Naveen Patnaik, Aprajita Sarangi, Mo Sarkar, SDTE Odisha
Give University status to College of Engineering and Technology Bhubaneswar
Hello Everyone , we are the students of College Of Engineering and Technology Bhubaneswar Odisha ,since 2013 the students of our college are trying their level best to give our College an University status .Our College being a reputed engineering college of Odisha did not get that recognition that it deserves . Coming under BPUT( Biju Patnaik University of technology Rourkela) it has been facing various issues the limited number of companies coming to our college ,exposure of students to academic and non academic fields , infrastructure of the college etc . Through this petition we want to draw attention of our Honourable Cheif Minister Naveen Patnaik and the concerned authorities towards the matter . After getting University recognition , the college as well as the students will get great opportunities in academic , technical and non technical grounds . College can take decisions independently , better teachers will be recruited by the college itself who have exact knowledge regarding a particular domain , better and more advanced equipments can be used in laboratories , recognition of college in broader horizons . The only intention behind the petition is that we care for our College and more precisely we care for our future . Kindly support us in this initiative .
Petition to University Of agriculture science Benglor
All india trip for farm science student of UAS Benglore
From3RD BSc (Hons) Agri and SeriCollege of SericultureChintamani ToDr.S.Rajendra PrasadThe vice chancellorUAS, Bangalore Respected sir,Subject: Regarding All India tourTo the above reference, we are the students III BSc Agri are requesting to conduct regular ALL INDIA TOUR, because the reasons are,• It’s one time exposure of all the students to all institutions, all type of climate, other states and universities.• It’s an opportunity to improve our practical knowledge and technical ideas.• All India tour through travel and visiting is best rather than virtual.• Virtual tour no matter how we look at it, it’s a just recreation of reality.• Virtual tour to our professional degree is meaning less has it lack flexibility and sense.• We don't get any interpersonal communication.• Tours are excited and learnable because of people are involved in it but virtual world would never give the presence of people.• Virtual tour is actually not "REAL" as it just disconnects human connection.• Most important thing is experience through All India Trip we would get greater experience like communication with different people and their culture.So we are requesting you to conduct incomplete course "EDUCATIONAL TOUR" EDT311(0+1). *IF NOT POSSIBLE IN THIS YEAR PLEASE CONDUCT IN FINAL 4TH YEAR AS OTHER UNIVERSITIES*Thanking You, Your obedientlyIII BSC (Hons) Agri and seri student
Petition to Shri Narendra Modiji, Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishankji', Shri Prahlad Singh Patelji, Shri Mahendra Nath Pandeyji
Degree/Diploma for Vegetarians in Hotel/Hospitality Management Courses
DEGREE/DIPLOMA FOR VEGETARIAN’S IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT COURSES Around the globe and also in India there are various religions, races, communities, castes and human groups which prefer eating vegetarian food only. Some Religions and communities are Vegetarian only. In India, majority of people are Pure Vegetarians, some are Non-Vegetarians while others are occasional non-vegetarians. Learning to prepare non-vegetarian food was compulsory in Hotel Management Degree Course till recently. Due to that, there was no option available to the students other than to practically prepare and present the non-vegetarian food. Students coming from Vegetarian Families who were inclined towards this esteemed course were deprived admission by their parents. Recently, Ministry of Tourism has given option of “learning Vegetarian only” in all the 71 IHM ( Institute of Hotel Management), which are under NCHMCT ( National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology), Tourism Ministry, Central Government , Institutions it is running all over India. With this initiative the passionate students can take admission and pursue career in the field of Hotel Management. But the awareness on large scale is required to be undertaken for the Vegetarian passionate students about availability of option of "learning Vegetarian Only". Recently,U ( University Grants Commission ) and AICTE ( All India Council of Technical Education ) has agreed to give permission of this option if it is applied for. It is strongly suggested that there should be an option of “learning Vegetarian only” in present degree course for Vegetarians in Hotel Management Studies in all the Institutions whether run by Government or Deemed Universities, by State Governments or by private Hotel Management Education Institutions. Such change is highly recommended as it is the need of society. Such a degree at all institutions will not only be a boost for the students but it will also benefit the Hotel and Tourism Industry, by getting qualified intelligent Vegetarian Chefs and staff in India and all over world. In this Course, students have to study in more than 40 different subjects like Accommodation, Laws, Travel & Tourism, HR Management, Accounting, etc. out of which Culinary Skills (Cooking) is one of the specialized areas. So, the Vegetarian students were not only losing the Opportunity to learn this skill but they even cannot learn other subjects and were deprived of having their career in those areas. Once this option is introduced at all places, then various people around the world can enjoy different and new delicacies of Vegetarian dishes. Many Renowned chains of Hotel, airline companies and passenger cruises operating internationally serve pure vegetarian food during stay and travel, can provide it with authenticity. Also , the Government initiatives like Skill Development, Swatch Bharat, Healthy India, etc will get big booster by bringing this option in Hotel / Hospitality Management Institutions. Also, we request the Hotel Industry to have designated only Vegetarian Restaurant with dedicated only Vegetarian Kitchen in all star hotels where more than one Restaurant is available. In this regards, I appeal you to use your good offices to support the cause and bring a “Degree/Diploma for Vegetarians in Hotel Management Course” in reality by pursuing the need to Heads of Governments, Education, Tourism Ministers, AICTE, NCHMCT, Universities and other concerned authorities at all levels to give option and create awareness about the availability of Learning "Vegetarian only option" CA Chandrashekhar R Luniya,Pune. M : +9198222 57474 Email: VegDegree@gmail.com