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Saturday, December 11, 2010


 This is a systematic approach which will use the Internet, the media, and the law to eliminate ragging. An important element of this campaign is to advocate the replacement of ragging with the American-style system of student guides, wherein every fresher has a senior allotted to him or her as a guide.

The long-term aim of the Stop Ragging Campaign is to establish a permanent monitoring and advocacy institution to deal with ragging. Litigation and counselling for victims and a comprehensive outreach programme are also being planned.

We started out as merely a mailing list in June 2004, and immediately started receiving ragging complaints from various parts of India. Mediapersons started writing about our work on their own initiative. So far, in at least two cases we have been able to directly reduce ragging in the institutions of our complainants.

We also seek to research and document the practice of ragging so as to encourage dialogue.

"Ragging is the most injurious, criminal and disgraceful practice which should be immediately stopped by students," Patil said while addressing the 25th convocation of the Ranchi University here.

The President said that institutions should be careful and stop the practice "forthwith", as it brings bad name not only to the institutions, but also to the country.

Patil termed consumption of drug as a curse and said, "Drugs debilitate life. Precious lives lose their significance and are ruined. So please put a stop to it also."

She urged students and the academic community to uphold the values of secularism and democracy enshrined in the Constitution.

Education, she noted, is one of the fundamental factors for development and no country can achieve sustainable economic development without substantial investment in human capital.

"Globalisation has created an inter-related and an inter-linked world, and we as we have seen, the Indian economy is also getting integrated with the global economy," she said.

Patil said the nation is committed to providing universal primary education and banishment of illiteracy, and described universities as important stakeholders in education.

Pointing out that the Gross Enrolment Ratio in the country in higher education is very low compared to the world average, she said, "Strenuous efforts are required to reach our goal of enhancing GER in India to 20 per cent by 2020."

The entire grammar of development strategy has now changed from "tangible" accumulation of assets to "intangible" accumulation of knowledge, she observed.

"Ideas, innovations and intellectual capital will be the main determinants of higher productivity. Higher education must, therefore, develop analytical, creative and scientific capability of their students," Patil said.

Patil said nations with high quality human resources would be counted amongst the front-ranking nations of the world in the knowledge era.

"Therefore, we have to be careful that by concentrating on quantity we do not compromise on quality," she said.

She stressed on the need for the faculty to be equipped with required knowledge and technical skills to cater to the demand for global markets and said the curricula should be upgraded.

Pointing that education without community participation is incomplete in the present world, Patil said students must interact with local communities and understand their problems.

"We had earlier asked all college authorities to strictly enforce the
anti-ragging law and take steps to prevent the menace. But incidents
of ragging are still being reported. So, we are sending a fresh set
of notices to the institutions asking them to be more vigilant," said
Jawhar Sircar, the higher education secretary.

According to official records, six freshers have been victims of
ragging this academic season. Many more cases are likely to have gone

The government woke up after Diptangshu Ganguly of the Institute of
Post-Graduate Medical Education and Research (at SSKM Hospital) was
abused by four second-year students earlier this month.

Over the past year, the Jalpaiguri Engineering College, Siliguri
Institute of Technology, BC Roy Engineering College and National
Institute of Technology in Durgapur and the Hooghly Institute of
Technology have also featured in horror stories. None of the over 40
accused students has been punished. All of them were suspended and
then acquitted.

An official said the chief minister took strong exception to the
incidents. At a recent cabinet meeting, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee told
higher education minister Satyasadhan Chakraborty: "Ragging in any
form is a shame for our government. We must stop it."

The minister today said: "We have told the colleges that we will not
spare anybody."

Although an anti-ragging committee exists in all education
institutions — it is mandatory to have one following a Supreme Court
directive — most of them are not active. An official also pointed out
that all the ragging incidents reported took place at night, "which
indicates that there is no proper vigil and the hostel
superintendents are not serious about tackling the problem".

The Dos
Anti-ragging committee must meet at least once a month
Hostel superintendent must interact with students to sort out
problems and grievances
Hostel watchman must
be on alert through the night
First-year students have
to be segregated from seniors
Colleges to report to
government on functioning of anti-ragging panel


Sunday, November 7, 2010

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. ~ Nelson Mandela

I believe that education is a basis for all the Millenium Development Goals. Education does not only help individuals, but the world as a whole. Because we can only change what we are informed about, the world would be a much better place if everyone had an education. Every person has the right to an educaiton and it is the only thing that cannot be taken away from you.

We as a world need to come together to provide education to all children, and adults, so that we can insure a better future for our children. We live today, in a world of war and terror. For many children, today’s world is all that is known. If we educate our children of today, we will help to create a more peaceful world for their children. The educated have opportunity. Education frees people. It provides opportunity. It can and will change our world.

Our new school in Gadgai has been completed. This is the School for the village children who don't attend the school and for those who go to school to learn extra lesson after school or before school. "The parents are not educated, they could not get this kind of opportunity so they can't help their children for their homework and guide them, In this case this school will a lot for our children" said Resham one of the villager. We had a meeting with the youth and villagers there and every one are very excited to run the school soon as possible. We are hoping to start this school after our festival Dashain (14th Oct) .We need two volunteers who can stay longer for two months at this place. The school is near by the National Park and bank of the Rapati River. The view of the National Park and the Sun Set views is fantastic from this place. Volunteers can stay with our host family who is running a local guest house and a restaurant.
We have set up a water pump near by our Sitamai school and 12 family member and our 60 school's children can now drink the safe and clean water. Surrounding area's family are very happy to have a water Tap near by their home. They used to go 5 minutes for the drinking water.


Saturday, November 6, 2010

How we stop Child Labour in India?

How we stop Child Labour in India ?

child labor can be found every where especially in the third world.

i think the single most important thing to help stop child labor is first and foremost:
1.)the government should make it illegal and punish the parents who send children to work and employers should be punished too.
2.)the government should alleviate poverty. when people or parents are not that poor they won't let their children work just to make ends meet.
3.)the government should make education more accessible or if possible free to the poorest of the poor. when people are educated they will value it.

Some of the things we have to do-

1. Make the education free for all the children, Education is most important. If people will be educated they will never do these kind of things and never put their kids in jobs.
2. Government should provide more employment so that parents never send their children to earn money. If they will have enough money why they will send their children to hazardous jobs
3. Government should keep the watch on the child labor and have to make heavy penalities who employ children.

These are the general things which can help us to stop child labour in India.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Save Forest-Save Earth

                      আসুন গাছ লাগাই প্রান বাচাই

Man is destroying forests to build dams and cultivate land. Trees are cut recklessly for fuel for manufacturing paper, for building houses,furniture etc. He is killing wild animals for food, for their skin and other purposes. This should be stopped. Instead of destroying forests,we should preserve, protect and increase the area under forests. Forests are our national wealth.They have been helping to maintain ecological balance.The carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is keeping our earth warm. The trees provide man with the necassary wood for construction of houses ,raw materials for industries ,furnitures and medicines. They help in soil preservation, cool the atmosphere and thus bring rain. We must save the planet EARTH. 

save tree & forest........... 

Saturday, October 30, 2010


Not only is tiger a beautiful animal but it is also ate indicator of the forest's health. saving the tiger means we save the forest since tiger cannot live in places where trees have vanished and in turn secure food and water for all.

If we make sure tigers live, we have to make sure that deer, antelope and all other animals that the tiger eats (its prey base) live. To make sure that these herbivores live, we must make sure that all the trees, grass and other plants that these prey animals need for food are protected. In this way, the whole forest gets saved! Saving the tiger means saving its entire forest kingdom with all the other animals in it.

Also forests catch and help store rainwater and protect soils. In this way we protect our rivers and recharge groundwater sources. Areas with less trees lead to floods, killing people and destroying homes. It takes away the precious soil, leaving behind a wasteland. The soil jams up our lakes and dams, reducing their ability to store water. By destroying the tiger's home, we not only harm tigers, but also ourselves.

The tiger thus becomes the symbol for the protection of all species on our earth since it is at the top of the food chain. This is why we sometimes call the tiger, an apex predator, an indicator of our ecosystem's health

nature is so beautiful

                                                   the nature is so beautiful ..........  

Thursday, October 21, 2010

we love to gods..........................................