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DSEK invites applications for free coaching for competitive exams

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Srinagar, Nov 18: Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) today announced free coaching for the competitive examinations like IIT-JEE, NEET, JKCET etc in all the districts of Kashmir Division.
The students desirous of getting admission under this program have been asked to submit an online form at www.dsek.nic.in upto November 27.
All those students who have qualified 10+2 or the candidates who have appeared in class 12th annual examination can submit their application forms through online mode upto November 27 for the screening test scheduled to be held on December 2.
Students can download their admit cards from November 29 to December 01. Candidates who don’t have access to internet or find it difficult to submit online application may visit the office of the respective Chief Education Officer for the facilitation of online form submission. The information regarding the result and centre allocation can be obtained on December 8. The tuition classes will start from 10 December 2018.
To clear any doubt or confusion, the desiring candidates can also contact on helpline +91-9419013675, +91-7006282655 or reach on email innovationdsek@gmail.com for any further queries.
Director School Education Kashmir Dr G N Itoo has appealed parents to admit their wards in Super- 50 Tutorial through proper channel to take full benefits of the scheme.
Giving the detail about the Super 50 Tutorial, Dr Itoo said that this scheme started in 2015-2016 under the title ‘CM’s Super 50 Tutorial’ under which the DSEK provides free coaching for the competitive examinations to medical and engineering aspirants. The study material is also provided free of cost to those students who gets selected for the Tutorial.
Dr Itoo said that as many as 239 students cracked NEET and JEE entrance examinations in 2017-2018. The NEET topper from the State was from a government school, he said adding the best faculty has been selected for this program.
DSEK has also tied-up with two NGOs i.e Chinar International and Avanti. Chinar International who will provide technical and professional support while as Avanti will give training and orientation to the faculty and will also help in evaluation process thus helping in improving loopholes in the coaching.
Under this scheme, this year DSEK will provide free coaching to 1200 students from Kashmir division. The study centers have been setup in every district and 50 students for medical and 50 students for engineering will be the part of this tutorial in every district. However, in Hyderpora Srinagar, a division level center has been setup for 200 students. All the arrangements of heating have been done keeping in view the harsh winter in Kashmir.
Similarly, a free tutorial program has also been started for civil services aspirants wherein a total of 300 students can be benefited from free tutorial. For this purpose, three study centers have been setup each in Central Kashmir, North Kashmir and in South Kashmir, which will accommodate 100 students each. The students desirous of getting admission under this program have been asked to submit an online form at www.dsek.nic.in upto November 27.
Thanking the State and Central government for their support to make this tutorial a great success, Dr Itoo said, “From this year we have received a proper funding and all the loopholes have been covered from this year. We have addressed all such issues which were faced by the students during last year’s Tutorial.”
Regarding providing study material to the students, he said this year, the study material will be provided to the students within the 15 days from the commencement of the program. We have compiled the best study material for the students, which otherwise is sold be private coaching centers at high costs.


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NC takes out march to protest custodial killing of teacher

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Srinagar, Mar 21: National Conference (NC) on Thursday marched from its Nawa-e-Subah headquarters here to protest against ‘custodial killing’ of a youth, stating that the death of a private school teachers is unacceptable.

The protesters led by NC’s provincial president, Nasir Aslam Wani carried out a rally today towards Tourist Reception Center (TRC) while chanting slogans in favour of their demands

Wani said the death of youth in custody is condemnable and to carry out a protest today was aimed to convey a message that such killings are unacceptable to the people of Kashmir.

 

“Though such killings have taken place in the past but now, the era has changed and it is unacceptable to people of Kashmir as we have moved far much ahead from the previous scenario,” he said.

He said that matter must be probed and those involved in the act be dealt with strictly.

Wani said the policies are being adopted here through which the situation is being deteriorated and will have serious consequences in the future.

He said arresting and killing people in custody won’t be tolerated by the people of Kashmir.
Earlier, National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah had also demanded a time-bound investigation into the custodial death of a school teacher in Jammu and Kashmir and exemplary punishment to those responsible for the death.

“I had hoped custodial deaths were a thing of our dark past. This is an unacceptable development & must be investigated in a transparent, time bound manner. Exemplary punishment must be handed out to the killers of this young man,” Abdullah had tweeted.

Rizwan Pandit, 28, died in police custody here during the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday, an official had said.

Pandit, who was a teacher at a private school and a resident of Awantipora in Pulwama district, was picked up by the security agencies three days ago, the officer as per reports had said.

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Custodial killing of teacher: Kashmir Inc hold joint protest at Jamia Masjid

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Srinagar, Mar 21: Various trade bodies on Thursday stage a protest against what they termed as killing of a civilian Rizwan Pandith of Awantipora on Tuesday in police custody.

Carrying placards and raising slogans, the traders held a joint protest at Srinagar’s Jamia Masjid, demanding the killing spree in the Valley be stopped.
“Killing of innocent civilian who was a private school principal is a deep-rooted conspiracy and a planned genocide of people of Kashmir,” the traders said.

Terming the incident as highly unfortunate, Sajad Gul, spokesman of the trade bodies said, “We urge the Indian civil society and international bodies such as Amnesty International to come forward and play its role. If this attitude of the Central government continues there will be serious consequences.”

 

“How can they kill any innocent without any justification? Civilians continue to get killed and get maimed at the will of trigger happy forces as it is the worst form of human rights abuses and violations in Kashmir,” Gul said.

He said because of the unbridled powers given to the forces and the lack of accountability, every day innocent civilians are brutally killed, which is condemnable in all forms.

Pertinently, JRL had appealed all segments of society including traders, lawyers, bar association, civil society and others to protest against the ‘custodial killing and assaults on Kashmiris’.
Those participated in the protest include KEA, KTMF, KCCI, KTMF(R), FCIK, Beopar Mandal S R Gunj and other trader bodies.

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For hiring photographers, JKSSB wants Science not Mass Comm graduates

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Srinagar, Mar 21: Much to the surprise of many aspirants, Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board (JKSSB) has entertained Science graduates over Mass Communication degree holders for the post of junior photographer.

The JKSSB on February 01, 2019 advertised number of posts including the post of junior photographer for home department.

But to the surprise of mass communication candidates, the JKSSB has only asked, those candidates to apply who possess bachelor’s degree in science and diploma in photography from a recognized institute.

 

“There are number of mass communication candidates who have been struggling to get the job. It is quite unfortunate that JKSSB has not considered us for the post, “said a mass communication candidate, Mudasir Ahmad.

Another candidate, Irshad Ahmad said that authorities at JKSSB should bring necessary changes in the eligibility criteria.

Irshad said it is not fair to deprive them from applying for the post.“I fail to understand, why we have not been considered for the job. The post requires technical qualification, B.Sc is an academic qualification, it has nothing to do with Photography. A mass communication guy has vast know how of the things, “he said.

When contacted, Public Relations Office (PRO), JKSSB, Ashwani Hansa said that the post has advertised in accordance with the indent received from the home department.

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