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THE “MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS” NEED TO “RELEASE” THE CENTRAL SCHOLARSHIP IN TIME TO NEEDY MINORITY STUDENTS IN TIME

 
 
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THE “MINISTRY OF MINORITY AFFAIRS” NEED TO “RELEASE” THE CENTRAL SCHOLARSHIP IN TIME TO NEEDY MINORITY STUDENTS IN TIME
by System Administrator - Thursday, 12 May 2016, 4:13 AM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The present central Government has failed to accelerate the pace of welfare of six notified minorities including the implementation of the existing schemes. Present central Government has not released the central scholarship despite students have the merit and are studying in third semester. Reportedly Ataulla Baig is poor tailor and raising his daughters (Ms Afreen and Fareen twin sisters) with great difficulty with professional technical education. He is facing lot of financial hardship .But till today despite several request made to help with central scholarship and financial help was not released to Ms Afreen A Nizami (1HS14AE001) and Ms Fareen A Nizami (1HS14AE006)both daughters of Ataullah Baig and twin sisters studying at 3rd semester in Aeronautical Engineering and meritorious and distinction students studying at Shashib College of Engineering .If the scholarship is not released even in third semester of technical education how poor students can sustain such a financial burden of studying Aeronautical engineering. The state cabinet minister Kamarul Islam is requested to visit New Delhi and meetDr. Najma A. Heptulla, the Minister of Ministry of Minority Affairs and request her to release the central scholarship forth with to help minority students.

AIUPASA (www.aiupasa.org)National president MUMTHAZ AHMED KHAN has requested meetDr. Najma A. Heptulla, the Minister of Ministry of Minority Affairs to extend financial help and immediately release central scholarship to all applicants including Ms Afreen A Nizami (1HS14AE001) AND Ms Fareen A Nizami (1HS14AE006)as both daughters of Ataulla Baig and twin sisters reportedly studying at 3rd semester in Aeronautical Engineeringand meritorious and distinction students studying at Shashib College of Engineering .APPROVED BY (A.I.C.T.E ) NEW DELHI FOR ENGINEERING COURSES & AFFILIATED TO VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELGAUM. APPROVED BRANCHES : - COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING , ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING , ECHANICAL ENGINEERING, CIVIL ENGINEERING, AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING . SCE is situated 42 kms from Bangalore International Airport at Variakonda Village, NH-7, BB Road, Chilkkaballapur Dist.

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The officers at Karnataka Directorate of Minorities need to co-ordinate with central Government to get the central scholarship released in time as it was carved out of Directorate of Backward Classes and created in the year 1999-2000 to ensure a more focus approach towards issues relating to the notified Minorities communities and in this regard request is made to extend scholarship and other financial help from the state government and central Government as per the guide lines to help twin sisters Ms Afreen A Nizami (1HS14AE001) AND Ms Eareen A Nizami (1HS14AE006).

The thrust area of the present Government is skilling of minority youth and their placement and also preservation of Heritage of Minorities including promotion of their traditional Arts and Crafts. These programmes/schemes are being reviewed and restructured in accordance with the policies of the present Government. Financial assistance will be given to pursue degree and/or post graduate level technical and professional courses from a recognized institution.   Maintenance allowance will be credited to the student's account.  The course fee will be paid by the State Department directly to the institute concerned.