ALLAHABAD: A research scholar of Centre of Science and Society (Rural Technology and Development) of Allahabad University Brijesh Kumar Pandey has bagged a summer time internship in the Fisheries subject with Union Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, New Delhi.
The internship can be of three months duration, knowledgeable Prof Anupam Dikshit, coordinator, AU’s Centre of Science and Society and director, faculty recruitment cellular of the primary varsity.
Presently, Brijesh is pursuing his studies under Shashi Kant Shukla, the assistant professor of the Centre of Science and Society (Rural Technology and Development), AU. His research region includes conservation and social entrepreneurship through indigenous fish production. A month back he becomes also provided with Best Poster Presentation award through Botanical Survey of India, Central Region Allahabad.
Brijesh stated that he turned into excited to undergo one-month internship on the ministry and shared that he started out his work on social entrepreneurship with the inducement of Prof Anupam Dikshit, who takes severely the problem of entrepreneurship and initiated work in this regard at a pond of Keshwapur village by means of deputing Brijesh.
The proprietor Hubal became strolling in loss due to the fact remaining three years and Brijesh not most effective helped him cowl his loss however made him earn earnings additionally.
Prof Dikshit says that “Fishes are exceptionally nutritious and a large wide variety of humans consume it. So this career may be a powerful tool in poverty eradication”, stated Prof Dikshit.
CHANDIGARH: The Punjab and Haryana high courtroom has directed a private veterinary college, International Institute of Veterinary Education and Research, Rohtak, that is an affiliated private college of the Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Hisar to provisionally admit the scholars for internship program without insisting upon price.
A division bench headed through Justice Daya Chaudhary has exceeded those orders at the same time as listening to the petition filed via Naveen and a few other college students against the decision of college to rate exorbitant fee for six months’ internship program.
The bench has additionally directed the university in addition to the non-public university to record its reply on the problem within weeks.
Petitioner informed the HC that the non-public university had constant the fee of Rs 185600 for control quota and Rs 98100 for internship length of BVSc & AH Programme batch-2014. The issue turned into raised through the scholars and committee became constituted by using the state of Haryana to inspect the matter of Internship fee and allowance. In its meeting hung on June 21, the committee determined the problem in favor of personal university maintaining that rate demanded via the private university is justified.
Aggrieved from this, 20-students has approached the HC alleging exorbitant internship rate charged through the International Institute of Veterinary Education and Research, Rohtak and fixation of lesser quantity of Internship allowance.
Counsel Sardavinder Goyal, performing for the students pointed out that no coaching services are to be provided through the college for the duration of the period of six months of internship as an alternative the internees shall assist the teacher in all sports of the gadgets they may be posted in and the internees will be available for emergency offerings, night time obligations in hospitals or even on Saturdays or Sundays.
Therefore charging of big rate for internship period is not justified but charge committee did now not pay any heed to this. A fee fixed by using the committee is beyond the capability of college students, it also amounts to profiteering, the recommend has argued.
BHUBANESWAR: The higher schooling department on Friday issued a notification to instructors of all authorities and aided non-government schools inside the state to carry out their obligation for at least seven hours.
“All teachers published in government and aided non-government faculties of the nation, such as the important, shall perform the duty for as a minimum seven hours on each operating day,” the notification said.
The directive is, however, now not extended to visitor teachers.
The notification said that the teachers will dedicate time for the library, research, and extra classes, apart from the usual teaching paintings.
The training department also made seventy-five in step with cent attendance compulsory for the students.
“College students must attend at least seventy-five consistent with cent of the instructions, failing which they shall now not be allowed to seem in the long run-time period exam,” said the notification.
The attendance of the scholars might be monitored on a month-to-month-basis and mother and father of people who fail to attend 75 in keeping with cent of the training, might be contacted, the notification read. (ANI)