Petition to Government of Karnataka.
Equality for muslim hijab girl's who are being stopped from attending their classes.
Everyone in India Accordingly to Indian constitution has right to follow his/her religion. A college in Udupi has stopped Muslim girl's from attending their classes because they are practising there religion (wearing hijab). To our surprising this is happening in a GOVERNMENT COLLEGE which is supposed to follow the constitutional laws more precisely and accurately than the private college. The 1st thing to be noted is being a government college they are violating the constitution, which is intolerable and needs a careful and strict action. The 2nd thing is that they creating a hatred among 2 communities which once had fought together for our Independence. The 2 communities which where together are being separated and becoming rude to each other by these kind of small activities which if promoted can lead to destruction in our society psychologically, emotionally, and physically. The 3rd thing is the innocent students are being deprived of there basic requirement which is Education. Due to others mistakes the innocent are suffering, this according to Indian constitution and law should not happen. I hereby humbly request the government of Karnataka to look in this matter carefully and take strict action on it so that this issue doesn't arise again. Thank you.
Petition to Kerala education department, Pinarayi vijayan. Cheif Minister of kerala, Adv. Mamtha Sharma
Cancel Kerala state plus one exam. Justice for Kerala plus one students.
The Kerala state government issued the time tableand date for the 11th standard students exam. Thegovernment didn't even give us a single proper onlineclass,but they are conducting exams. Here, about40,000 of 11th standard students haven't any facilitiesfor online classes. But the government is conductingexams by paying no attention towards studentscomplaints, teachers complaints , parents tensions ,opposition parties statements. The government istrying to boost up their image before all other statesand trying to prove that the Kerala's educationdepartment is stronger by didn't even consideringstudents life itself. All other states of India cancelled11th standard exams. But why we didn't get equalitylike all others ?The government also announced our 12th standardclasses from June 7th onwards. Now we are inconfusion about which standard we are studying(11th or 12th). All students are in a mental stress. Allof us are protesting through the social medias but thegovernment is not at all hearing any of it.The state is facing a huge covid crisis nowadays.Around 20000 of patients and 150+ deaths arehappening day by day. In this condition how we willprepare for the exam. We, our parents, our teachersall are so much tensed now. What can we do now?The government is not at all hearing any protest fromstudents as well as the opposition parties as well.The Kerala government is playing a politicalstrategy with students life.
Petition to Narendra Modi, CICSE , CBSE, Education Minister
Cancel ISCE/ISC and CBSE Term 1 exams or Conduct ONLINE
ICSE took the initiative to conduct the 2022 year end exams for class 10 and 12 using the term system. This system however was forced upon us.. and we had no choice. We as students and parents wonder.. What exactly was the point of doing this? That too MONTHS after CBSE announced it... However, we went along with it, hoping for the best. In this announcement ICSE specifically stated the first term exams would be ONLINE + MCQ. This is a safer way of conducting exams which has been adopted my hundreds of universities and schools around the world. This was an amazing move made by CICSE as it, for once, took students health (mental and physical) into the equation. With lakhs of students giving the exam, if given in person, the likelihood of covid-19 infecting the future generation were very high, considering many students have health problems and the infection of covid varies from person to person. Unfortunately, a mere 25 days before the actual exams were to commence, i.e 15th November 2021 - Mid december 2021, the CICSE board released a statement saying that the exams are postponed until further notice. This is not done. The emotional stress CICSE have put its students through since 2020 is astonishing. This batch of students are being treated as test subjects.. Lab rats. They're not seen as people, children, with normal mentalities.. With feelings, with PAIN.. They're seen as numbers, as marks, as nothing but a nuisance it seems. Taking the exams offline (CBSE and CICSE) is a huge mistake. If you need more time to correct the online examination program, please do so.. But risking students lives is absolutely not worth it. Students, parents and people around the country, PLEASE sign this petition, not only for protecting our students, but protecting our country.. We cannot afford to lose our close ones to covid. If the exams of lakhs of students take place offline for CICSE and CBSE, many students will be harmed.. and they may even die. This will place fault on the education boards of the country who do not care about the students. CICSE and CBSE, you cannot prevent covid from happening, especially since it is in the air. Covid kits wont do anything. Students are unvaccinated. Will you take responsibility if an innocent student dies just for marks? You're playing with many student's future's. Stop playing with fire.
Petition to news18 bangla, Mamata Banerjee, THE RESPECTED VICE CHANCELLORS OF THE UNIVERSITIES, THE HONOURABLE EDUCATION MINISTER OF WEST BENGAL, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR University of Calcutta, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR University of Burdwan, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR University of Kalyani, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR University of, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The North Bengal University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The Vidyasagar University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The West Bengal State University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The Cooch Behar Panchanan Barma University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The Gour Banga University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The Bankura University, HONOURABLE VICE CHANCELLOR The Raiganj University, HONOURABLE CHIEF MINISTER OF WEST BENGAL, WBHED , Principal Secretary Department of School Education, CMO , Education Minister
"WB EVEN SEM EXAM -2022 IN BLENDED OR ONLINE MODE ONLY"
WE, THE STUDENTS OF WEST BENGAL, STUDYING IN DIFFERENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES UNDER COMPELLING CIRCUMSTANCES REQUEST TO THE HONOURABLE CHIEF MINISTER, THE HONOURABLE EDUCATION MINISTER, AND THE RESPECTIVE VICE-CHANCELLORS OF ALL THE UNIVERSITIES THAT WE REQUEST YOU TO CONDUCT ALL EVEN SEM EXAM 2022 IN ONLINE OR BLENDED MODE ONLY. WE ARE HEREBY HIGHLIGHTING SOME IMPORTANT CLIPPINGS WHICH ARE GIVEN IN SERIATIM:- 1)i) 4TH WAVE MAY TOUCH ITS PEAK IN THE MONTH JUNE JULY 22 CLAIMED BY THE SCIENTIST. 2)IN MOST OF THE COLLEGE CLASSES ARE NOT TAKEN REGULARLY. IT IS A FALSE CLAIM TO COMPLETE SUCH A HUGE SYLLABUS IN SUCH A SHORT SPAN OF 2-3 MONTHS ONLY. 3)ALTHOUGH THE COLLEGES ARE OPEN MANY OF THE HOSTELS DIDN'T OPEN AND STUDENTS ARE FORCED TO CONTINUE CLASS FROM THEIR HOMES. 4)COVID CASES RISE BY 90 % IN THE PAST FEW DAYS. 5) NEW COVID XE-VARIANT HAS APPEARED WHICH MOST TRANSMISSIBLE THAN THE PREVIOUS VARIANTS. 6)IT IS A REALITY THAT THE LOCKDOWN HAS RUINED OUR HABITS IT TAKES TIME TO COME BACK TO THE ORIGINAL TRACK. 7) SOME UNIVERSITIES ARE TAKING EVEN SEM EXAM 2022 IN ONLINE MODE AND SOME IN OFFLINE MODE. SOME UNIVERSITIES HAVE GIVEN CHOICES TO THE STUDENTS TO CHOOSE BETWEEN ONLINE OR OFFLINE. 8)MANY OF THE FINAL YEAR STUDENTS GOT PLACEMENTS AND JOIN WITH THEIR INTERNSHIPS SO THEY ARE NOT GETTING TIME TO ATTEND THE COLLEGE. 9)West Bengal Govt Announced Summer Vacation From 2nd May to 15th June . So Students will get less time to study in Offline mode . Also many universities wanted to take exam in May which is not possible too . So take an online exam . We the UNDERSIGNED STUDENTS OF Under Graduate and Post Graduate, Diploma Students of all West Bengal Universities, Colleges, and Private and Autonomous Colleges want our Undergraduate and Post Graduate EVEN Semester Examinations 2022 in Online Mode . Please Help Us! We are in constant tension and anxiety. Hence, It is all of our sincere requests to kindly do the examination in the ONLINE method for students., we can't ignore the importance of academics and hence request you to assess us on our previous marks and give us a wealth of time and health for future accomplishments. We know our voices are well taken care of, thank you for your time. THANKING YOU, STUDENTS OF WEST BENGAL
Petition to The Prime Minister of India, Education minister of India, Home minster of India
2 YEARS OF AGE RELAXATION & 2 COVID COMPENSATORY ATTEMPT IN UPSC/ SSC/ BANKING/ RAILWAYS
2 YEARS OF AGE RELAXATION AND 2 COVID COMPENSATORY ATTEMPTS IN ALL CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS (INDIA) - UPSC-SSC-BANKING-RAILWAYS (FOR THE YEARS 2020 AND 2021) -Covid19 which is indeed once in a century pandemic has clearly not been an equalizer when it comes to the spread of its effects and aftermath. What clearly seems unfair is that majority of the aspirants who belong to the lower/ lower middle class of society have been severely affected by this, as they have been devoid of the basic necessities of life, medical aid, and educational infrastructure along with the issue of India's Digital divide; Students who tested positive during examination also had to bear the brunt, and much more which has hampered their will power, strength and integrity thereby further lowering their chances of clearing any government examinations like UPSC/ SSC/ BANKING / RAILWAYS, etc. wherein the richer and well to do could get the amenities and medical aid quickly, it was mostly the lower strata which had to suffer the most, among which the UPSC CSE aspirants were probably the most left out and neglected ones considering the nature of preparation for the exam. -Aspirants throughout India are demanding two years of extra attempts and two years of age relaxation in compensation for all the hardships and unbearable pain that we have had to face due to covid19 which hampered the preparation to such an extent that ultimately lead us to the failure in our long endeavored goals and exhausted all their attempts and are left with nothing but despair and hopelessness. -Many aspirants have sat on hunger strikes and protested peacefully throughout India during these last two years to draw the government's attention to this matter but to no avail. -Students have contacted more than one hundred Members of Parliament regarding this issue. More than one hundred and fifty MP’s have already written letters to the Prime minister's office and recommended granting two years of age relaxation and further two years of compensatory attempts for UPSC/ SSC/ BANKING / RAILWAYS examinations. -Aspirants have even filed multiple PILs and court cases in order to sway the government towards their genuine cause. The Supreme court of India won't have much say in this matter as it's a policy decision. However, while disposing of a plea filed by three aspirants who had cleared the UPSC 2021 prelims exam but could not appear in all papers of the main exam after testing positive for COVID-19; The Supreme Court Urges UPSC To Take 'Lenient View' On Plea For Extra Chance; Allows Civil Service Aspirants To Make Representation. -In both the houses of parliament of India on 24th March 2022, Department related Parliamentary standing committee in its 112th report on demand for grants of DOPT and training (Ministry of Personal Grievances ) (2022-2023) headed by Shri Sushil Modi (M.P) has recommended the government to change its mind and sympathetically consider the demand of CSE aspirants to grant an extra attempt with corresponding age relaxation to all the candidates. -The intensity with which the pandemic hit the different levels of societies is different and it is the lower strata of society that suffered the most. Amidst all that, They had to prepare for one of the toughest exam in the world like UPSC. While the government and everyone heard and understood the pains of farmers, hawkers, MSME workers, high school students, teachers, and IIT aspirants, No one understood the pain of government jobs aspirants. -The last attempters are a vulnerable class of aspirants in this scheme of exams like UPSC/ SSC/ BANKING/ RAILWAYS. The government, which is supposed to be a welfare state, should have at least thought about them while making a decision. It has completely ignored the principle of vulnerability — an important factor while designing any policy. -We want to ask is it fair that all these bright young minds who want to achieve their dreams despite all the odds and hardships they had to face in these last two years are left to struggle with almost no help from anyone, with no one to pay heed to their cries and shattering their dreams. Covid19 played havoc in everybody's lives in some way or the other. Some who were financially and physically sound were fortunate enough to sail through these hard times. But there are many who have been hit very hard by this pandemic and were not this lucky to have escaped the wrath of Covid-19. Many times you would have seen and heard inspiring stories of aspirants making it to the holy pdf (as they call it) despite fighting all odds in their personal and financial spheres. But what do they do when not just society and the situations, but even nature turns against us.Yes, this happened and shook most of the aspirants to the very core that we are still unable to cope with the ongoing preparations and the losses that we are dealing at our personal spaces, be it family, financial, educational & professional spaces, we are left with nothing. we came across many aspirants and heard their heartbroken stories. We met a very young female aspirant who lost both of her parents last year, despite this she still stands strong today and wishes to clear CSE one day. An aspirant who couldn't sit for UPSC CSE mains despite clearing prelims as he got infected just before the examination and despite putting in all his efforts, his dreams were shattered as this was his last attempt.There are a lot of students who can not even afford two meals a day and despite that, they are working relentlessly towards their goals like UPSC/ SSC/ BANKING / RAILWAYS, many of whom we met are working as food chain delivery agents, house helps, auto-rickshaw drivers. We even went to ORN which is known as the mecca of CSE, we could hardly breathe in the severely cramped rooms where they had 2-4 boys in one single room, all of them toiling hard in the sweltering heat of Delhi. If one goes and see their situations, and the kind of sacrifices these aspirants are willing to do for their dreams, and their families, one can realize the intensity with which the pandemic hit the different level of societies. Many aspirants from middle/ lower strata of society have exhausted all attempts, some due to age factor, others due to giving all attempts and getting through none of them. During these last two years (2020-21) most of them were not in the right frame of mind and condition to appear in CSE exams due to adverse personal and financial scenarios. The government of India ought to have taken a cue from state governments (like Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh) which remained mindful of the ground realities and decided to strike a harmony between Article 21 and Article 16(1) of the constitution of India by making special arrangements for Covid-19 positive candidates to appear in their respective state service examinations.In the alternative, the Centre could have provided a compensatory attempt as an extraordinary measure. This has been done on many occasions. For instance, the Joint Admission Board (JAB) in charge of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) admissions has allowed students registered to appear in Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) 2020 to re-appear in 2021 exams, as a one-time measure. Similarly, Odisha and Tripura provided a compensatory attempt with the corresponding age relaxation in their respective State Service Examinations. We request all of you to kindly give some of your precious time to sign this petition so that we have a glimmer of hope that we can still fight for the dreams that we have held close to our hearts for so long.Please don’t disappoint us. Your one sign can help us get an inch closer to our cherished goals.
Petition to Telangana Chief Minister (CMO Telangana), K T Rama Rao, Sabitha Indra Reddy, Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan, Navin Mittal, Harish Rao Thanneeru
Save Kamala Nehru Polytechnic For Women College (KNPW)
Save Kamala Nehru Polytechnic For Women College (KNPWC) #SaveKNPW Kamala Nehru Polytechnic For Women College (KNPWC) in Hyderabad,Telangana is Asia’s first Women's Polytechnic College is now being planned to convert it to a private engineering college due to lack of funds (as cited by the management). What the KNPW alumni and students feared that would probably happen became true when the college name was missing from the list of states polytechnic colleges for the academic year 2021-2022 released by the Telangana Department of Education. Before going into complete details of the present issue we would like to share some interesting facts related to KNPWC. • As mentioned earlier, Kamala Nehru Polytechnic For Women College (KNPWC) is the Asia’s first Women’s Polytechnic College established by the Exhibition Society in the month of June, 1961. • Late Sri Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, former Prime Minister of India laid the Foundation Stone on 19th July, 1962. • The spacious and beautiful building was inaugurated by Late Smt. Indira Gandhi, Former Prime Minister of India on 23rd June, 1966. • On successful completion of very satisfactory and excellent growth of 25 years the institution was privileged to celebrate Silver Jubilee Celebrations inaugurated by Late Sri Rajiv Gandhi, Former Prime Minister of India on 26th November, 1987. • On successful completion of 50 years, this Polytechnic has also celebrated its Golden Jubilee Celebrations on 2nd March, 2013. • Every year approximately 1500 girl/women students qualify several polytechnic courses from KNWPC. The fees levied on students is nominal which can be afforded by the students from under privileged and economical weaker sections. The college offers all facilities to students such as laboratories, playground, including hostel for students. The following courses are offered by Kamala Nehru Polytechnic For Women College (KNPWC) 1. DIPLOMA IN CIVIL ENGINEERING (DCE) - 3 YEARS - 50 Seats 2. DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING (DECE) - 3 YEARS- 50+10 SF Seats 3. DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURAL ASSISTANTSHIP (DAA) - 3 YEARS - 60 Seats 4. DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL & COMPUTER PRACTICE (DCCP) - 3 YEARS - 60 Seats 5. DIPLOMA IN GARMENT TECHNOLOGY (DGT) - 3 YEARS - 30 - Seats 6. DIPLOMA IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT & CATERING TECHNOLOGY (DHMCT) - 3 YEARS - 30 Seats 7. DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (DPH) - 2 YEARS - 50+10 SF - Seats II SELF FINANCE COURSES : 8 DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING (DCME) - 3 YEARS - 60 SF - Seats The college will no more be offering aided courses as it has applied for closure of five courses and decided to run remaining four courses as self-financed courses. The five courses to be discontinued include Garment Technology (DGT), Hotel Management & Catering Technology (DHMCT), Pharmacy (DPH), Commercial and Computer Practice (DCCP) and Architectural Assistantship (DAA). One of the oldest and prestigious colleges of our KNWPC, which was established exclusively for the welfare of women where hundreds of girls from economically weaker, marginalised communities have graduated, to promote literacy rate among women, to encourage girl students to pursue careers in engineering and other streams is being privatised. As per Dhiraj Kumar Jaiswal, Secretary of Exhibition Society, stated that they are forced to convert aided courses into self-financed courses due to financial constraints. He also quoted that they are ready to run the college, but only if the Telangana State Govt continues to provide financial assistance in paying salaries to contract lecturers. We, the Students and alumni of KNPWC allege that the exhibition society, is trying to shut down the college and start a private engineering college in its place. Reason for the allegation is that the society on one hand has applied and received a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from State board of technical education and training to stop the aided courses; on the other hand they have also applied for a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to convert / upgrade KNPWC as a private engineering college from JNTU (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad ). By citing financial constraints as reason, exhibition society took the decision to convert KNWPC to a private college. However, exhibition society conducts an annual consumer exhibition (Numaish) in Hyderabad, Telangana state every year in the month of January and February. Through this exhibition the society is earning approximately 10 to 15 Crores of Rupees.We along with the faculty members question the society that where these funds are being utilised. Instead we suggest the society to use that finances to run the college which approximately require 5 crores per annum. Telangana Government spent Rs. 5993 crores for Shadi Mubarak & Kalyana Lakshmi schemes and Rs.1102 crores on Bathukamma Sarees since 2015. Education is a better gift than a saree or a lump sum amount for marriage for a girl child. Every girl needs to be educated enough to fight the odds of society. So, we the girl students and alumni of KNWPC along with other supporting Student Organisations, ( TSNSUI, SFI, AIDSO, AISF, ABVP ), social activists, educationalists, women organisations, like minded support groups demand Telangana Government to provide financial support to restore the good old days to KNWPC which produced brilliant engineers, architects, politicians, fashion designers and self –reliant women citizens to India over the last six decades. Even we are trying hard to gather the support from all political parties, Women Organisations , student organisations, social activists to save KNWPC from privatisation/commercialisation. In this process we Alumni could gather the support of Danasari Seethakka, MLA (Mulugu Constituency). Kamala Nehru Polytechnic Parirakshna Committee Members, Ch.Prameela (convenor-KNPPC) and E.Hemalatha (KNPPC member) met minister KTR garu and submitted memorandum regarding the conversion of Kamala Nehru Polytechnic college from govt. aided into a self financing one and its serious repercussions on poor & backward women's education. He promised that he will look into the matter. Smt.P. Vijaya reddy garu (khairatabad corporator) also requested him to take necessary steps to commence admissions for this academic year into the aided courses. Swati Maniputri (alumni, KNWPC), along with PDSU Leaders met Sabitha Indra Reddy, Minister for State Education and presented the memorandum and requested her support. She has extended her support and also assured to extend her help in all possible ways. Mere lack of funds should not be the reason for closing of prestigious KNWPC which has trained so many polytechnic diploma professionals. Instead, the government should have taken an initiative to provide funds to the college with better facilities which would bring honour to state and even nation as well. We as Students and Alumni of KNWPC request K. Chandra Sekhar Rao (KCR), Honourable Chief Minister, Telangana State and Mrs. Sabitha Indra Reddy, Honorable Minister for Education, Telangana State to look into this matter and take an initiative to save the Prestigious Kamala Nehru Women’s Polytechnic College from being shut down. Save Kamala Nehru Polytechnic For Women College (KNWP) #SaveKNWP
Petition to Mamata Banerjee
We want online classes and online exams in Even Semester
Respected Sir/Madam, !!!! WE WANT ONLINE EXAM !!!!!The reason why we want : 1) This COVID 19 pandemic situations have not ended. Day by day cases are rising. 2) Many colleges are opened but we saw previous year incident and we know what happened on that time so it would be difficult to attend OFFLINE classes. 3) Many Final year students got the job and they also joined the company's internship so they will not be able to go to College at this time. 4) For this internship they have more task/project related interns so they have not much time. 5) Health organization says that COVID new variant will be coming within 2 months. So respected sir/ma'am of universities we are requesting to all please think about this why we want #OnlineClass #OnlineExam.If COVID will come quicker than the previous wave then we all will see the same dangerous pandemic situations that we had seen. Thank you
Petition to ignou
Promote students without Exam
Cause of Covid19 pandemic everyone's life has been stuff. But our brave healthcare workers are doing their excellency to treate victims. Almost it cross 60.9m whears death rises 3.50m and cured rate has also becoming in a huge number with success rate 33m or more. So similarly amongst such kind of wrose work between Education is in top priority. Many universities providing digitization platform for students career. Even though they had an actual pre plan on conducting exam in July session but the lackness of proper infrastructure and suitability technology some of them are already cancelling their exam schedule which way it could not be completed according the current situation in india cause crisis are spearding more & more. Somehow scientific proven that pandemic will stay along maximum period of time. In that case Indira Gandhi National open University had also set up for June TEE 2020. Examination form fill up is still going on & assignment submission too departmental conflicted to conduct exam in July session for all semester/yearly for all programs which is not possible in any manner. Before UGC has also released the guidelines for students favour. So our appeal to IGNOU is to promote all the students without conducting examination.