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  1. I want to discontinue B.Sc. course from Indian Academy Degree college- Autonomous, Bangalore as I want to pursue B.Tech. When asked for my certificates management is demanding to pay full course fee of 3 years to return my documents. I want my certificates without paying any extra money. Please help.
  2. Pratik 98

    Admission Question

    Hello,In fybsc,if we arent getting online admission...what to do?what is offline process..if no. is not available through online?
  3. Hello sir, I,have taken admission in CMS JAIN (jain is a deemed university) in bangalore I have paid :- Registration fee (one time) :Rs 7500 Tuition fee : Rs 57750 Administration fee : Rs 107250 Total:Rs 1,72,500 Now I want to cancel the seat how much refund will I get? There is NO information on their website Their 2nd round of admission process is still in progress next entrance is on 30th May 2015 College opening on 11 June 2015. What should I do if the college refuses to refund the amount paid on the cancellation of seat Please reply as soon as possible
  4. Hello, Sir/Madam, I do know RTI cannot give information of private holders. I wanted the list of students admitted in particular year with reservation quota and percentile. Please suggest me how rti can help me out. Where should I file my RTI application. -DTE maharashtra -University of mumbai -Any Minority body -any other organization Please do suggest
  5. Hello, How to get admission in primary school in 3rd std. in pvt and govt. school
  6. Hi I am looking for a statics of the following 1. Number of average student inclusion in India ( per year) ( from pre-nursery to class XII ) separately for each class. Best if you can provide 3 years data. 2. Total number of schools in India and number of new schools in last 5 years
  7. Guys Check this out: ksrm.ac.in/pages/home/home.htm There are companies like Pepsico, ITC, Coca Cola, etc... who work in FMCG sector which are related to Food products hire agrimanagement people in departments like procurement, contract farming etc... apart from this NGO's also work in agrimanagement. Thus, the scope of Agri-management is not limited TO NGO's bt also to the corporates, MNC's..... The average package is 3.5 to 4l p/a and it can go upto 6-7 lakh, bt it all depends on the performance of the student. And KIIT has a record of 100% placement frm the last 3 yrs since its inception. Admissions are now open for two-year MBA (Agribusiness Management) programme from 2012-13 academic section along with its flagship (Rural Management).
  8. Sincere_Citizen

    School admissions

    Is there any rule related to age limit for admissions to Jr.Kg section for a kid...?? There are schools who take in students even when they are at an age of 2 and half years and tell parents that they wont be given admission if they join in late next year. So some parents fear about the child's education and take admission. The schools don't pay them back if the parents want to cancel the admission of such children.... where do i complain about such school ??? Plz help....
  9. ganpat1956

    Explain JEE cut-offs, CIC warns IIT

    New Delhi, Aug. 7: The Indian Institutes of Technology still cannot explain the method they followed in setting the admission criteria in 2006 — a whole year after the process. They have so far given four answers, some contradictory and some impossible to verify. The Telegraph had on Monday reported an allegation by some candidates’ parents that the IITs had flouted their stated procedure — divulged under the Right to Information Act (RTI) — for setting the cut-off marks for physics, chemistry and math. That procedure was one of two contradictory explanations the IITs have given the parents. They have now given a third explanation to Calcutta High Court, where one parent has challenged the 2006 admissions. An IIT administrator involved with the 2006 Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) took position No. 4 when contacted by The Telegraph. He said “some fixed process had to exist” but had no idea what it was. Replying to the parents’ RTI application last December, five months after the exam was over, the IITs had said there was “no fixed procedure” to determine cut-off marks. That reply was issued by D. Gunasekaran, registrar of IIT Kharagpur, the institute that oversaw the implementation of JEE 2006. The second answer came five months later after the Central Information Commission (CIC) intervened. The parents were given a definite formula, explained in this newspaper on Monday. Calculations based on that formula — and checked by this newspaper — show the cut-offs for physics, chemistry and math should have been 22, 26 and 24. But the cut-offs the IITs had actually used were 48, 55 and 37. They had also set an aggregate cut-off of 154. The explanation to the high court tries to address this problem by offering a slightly amended version: formula II. According to this, the marks of students who scored zero or less in any subject — the JEE awards negative marks for wrong answers — were not considered while determining the subject cut-offs. This would raise the cut-offs. But one cannot verify if formula II exactly explains the gap between the official cut-offs and the parents’ cut-offs unless the IITs reveal the marks scored in each subject by all two lakh candidates. The institutes had flatly refused to do so when the parents asked for it under RTI, later releasing only the marks of the top 32,000 under CIC pressure. Several independent statisticians told this newspaper that neither formula I (the one provided under CIC pressure) nor formula II “seems feasible”. Both methods could —and probably would — allow the majority of candidates who sat the exam to qualify. This is because either formula would let in “nearly 70 per cent” of the candidates considered while calculating the subject cut-offs, said Anish Sarkar, who teaches at the Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi. Ravindra Bapat, who heads ISI Delhi, and his Chennai-based colleague B.L.S. Prakash Rao gave a slightly different figure: “definitely over 50 per cent”. Since the first formula considers all two lakh who sat the exam (as explained in Monday’s report), this means up to 1.40 lakh students could make the subject cut-offs. The second formula only leaves out those with negative scores, and unless their number runs into several tens of thousands, even this amended procedure would not help. Since the IITs cannot have known in advance how many students would end up with negative marks, why would they choose this method prior to the exam, the experts asked. With such huge numbers clearing the subject cut-offs, it would be the aggregate cut-off — based on the around 6,000 seats available — that alone would make the difference. Why should the IITs then set subject cut-offs at all, saddling themselves with a useless and cumbersome intermediate process, the statisticians asked. A selection process that initially weeds out less than 50 per cent seems incongruent with the objective of choosing 6,000 students, which is just 3 per cent, they said. Shishir Dube, who headed the Joint Admission Board that decided the policies for JEE 2006, initially said the cut-offs were set by another body, the Joint Implementation Committee. When told that all policy matters are decided by the board, the former IIT Kharagpur director agreed that a definite procedure “must” exist. “But that must have been set before my time (as board chief). We didn’t decide any procedure,” said Dube, now a faculty member at IIT Delhi. Gunasekaran declined comment. The Telegraph - Calcutta : Nation
  10. AMU Admits Candidate Who Failed in Class XI Admission Test! Posted by Dr. Mohammed Naved Khan, September 17, 2008 RTI query filed by Mr Mushtaq Ahmed has brought to light a case where a candidate has been admitted to Class XI (PCB) during the current Session i.e. Session 2008-09 without being selected in the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Admission Test. For details please visit the section on Aligarh Muslim University/Admissions & Examinations on www.rtigroup.org Senior Secondary School (Boys) Roll List of Class XI (PCB) Session 2008-09 Section – E-1 ====================================================== S.No. Roll No EN. No. Name Hall 40 750 GD-9900 Mohd Faisal Qureshi AI ===================================================== Right to Information Group (www.rtigroup.org) India: AMU Admits Candidate Who Failed in Class XI Admission Test! Admission.bmp (image)
  11. Dear Colleagues Glad to be here after a long time. The absence was for pursuing the RTI Act in the right direction and gathering information on Misappropriation and Corruption in a Central Government Organisation based at Hyderabad under the Dept of Biotechnology. I had addressed over 50 RTI applications (over a period of 4 years) to this Organisation and other organisations. In all with skillful drafting of the questions under RTI, I was able to get convincing replies from the CPIO, which revealed irregularities committed. The misappropriations pertain to the period 1999 to 2008. The total misappropriation amounts to around Rs 55 crores. This amount could go beyond too by the time I file the complaint next week. I feel very happy that with the RTI Act I was able to get the statements of the accused officials wherein they have admitted to the inappropriate actions which has cost the Government Exchequer heavily. Now with these admissions of inaction from the officials themselves, the need for an investigation is totally replaced. I feel very contended that now I can right away file the complaint in a Criminal Court and their would be no need for any investigation or scrutiny of records since that job has already been done and reported by the organisation itself to my queries. So its straight criminal trial and punishment against the said officials unless some agency stays the proceedings. I expect full support from all my friends on this Forum and advice. I shall post the complaint on this site as soon as my Complaint is filed in an appropriate Court some time next week. With regards. Dr Rao.
  12. avaas


    I would like to know the university rule for following case A student appears for the final year in Bachelor course and his result is pending He appears for postgraduate entrance exams and clears for postgraduation from the same university and attends the first year postgraduation for more than 2 months In the mean time results are out and he has a backlog in one of the subject , which is not cleared in re-evaluation also Parallelly there are other students who have backlogs in 3 subjects but are cleared in re evaluation the student in this case has a very good track record and has always secured more than 70% marks throughout he is asked to leave the course and he appears for the exam again in which he had a backlog Can he parallelly keep on studying Masters course or Once exam results are cleared Can he join back in Masters first year ? the question is pertinent as he is losing one full year Ashwani Sood
  13. Atul Patankar

    RTI flaws BU’s seat allocation

    As reported by Ashwini M Sripad at expressbuzz.com on 10 Nov 200 BANGALORE: Bangalore University (BU) authorities might claim that the recent counselling for various PG courses was transparent. But it appears to be far from truth.Sameena Taj, who scored 75.25 per cent in Bio-chemistry, was initially given a ranking of 234, which was then lowered to 261.Asked for explanation, officials said that after the first list was announced, BU called for correction from students and later published the final list, says her father Mohammed Iqbal who learned of it after filing an RTI.The reply to the RTI said there are 363 seats for MSc in Biochemistry. As per the Karnataka Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes (recruitment etc. reservation) Rule, 1990, 50 per cent of the seats are to be reserved for general category, 15 per cent for SC, three per cent for ST, four per cent for Cat-I, 15 per cent to Cat-2A, four per cent to Cat-2b, four per cent to 3A and five per cent to 3B category.However, the RTI revealed that BU clearly violated this rule while distributing the seats.The government of Karnataka has reserved 50 pc seats for Backward Classes, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes, 32 pc of which are reserved for the Backward Classes.Before counselling, Maharani’s Science College for Women in its brochure, announced the intake of their MSc in Bio-chemistry is 30 seats. However, it was reduced to 15 with an explanation that the college does not have sufficient infrastructure.It added that under no circumstances will the original intake be restored. But the reply by BU to the RTI by Mohammad Iqbal reveals that the college admitted 16 students. Interestingly, the number of seats noted in the reply to the RTI differs from the information uploaded in the college website.The RTI has also misled Mohammad Iqbal. BU in its replied that it has sent enclosed copies to some of his questions, but they have not enclosed any information, Iqbal complains.Sameena was admitted to CMR college, situated on the Outer Ring Road by paying Rs 28,000. “My daughter has to catch two buses. Her college is in a deserted place and I don’t want to risk her security, so she does not go to college,” her father says. Source: RTI flaws BU?s seat allocation
  14. hi all i had enrolled my 2 yr old 2 eurokids ahmedabad in play group, but now m moving to another place........at the time of addmission, school said they wont refund this 3500 addmission fees, but they dint say this about the 6 months school fees which i hd paid in advance, now school is refusing me 2 give anything back, its 4000 Rs i hd paid for 6 months fees, n my son went 2 school only for 3 days.............now what can i do?
  15. As reported by Smriti Advani at ibnlive.in.com on 6 June 2009 New Delhi: A Right To Information (RTI) application revealed foul play with the sports quota in Delhi University (DU). A national level football player was denied admission in 2008 to make way for someone of lesser merit. Eighteen-year-old Abhishek Chandran had just one goal - to pursue a Bachelor of Commerce (B Com) degree at the Sri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) in Delhi. A national level football player, he had counted on his skills on the field to get admission under the sports quota. Abhishek made it to first place on the waiting list. So when three boys who had made it to the final selection list dropped out, he expected a call from the college. However, he and his family got a rude shock. "My son Abhishek would have walked into the college any day because the vacancy fell on a position of half-line and he was first on the waiting list on the half-line position. But he was discarded, someone else got it," said Abhishek's father, PSM Chandran. When Abhishek cried foul, the college went on defence. "Not necessarily the particular type of skill is required in that particular game to the college. That is the privilege of the college to identify which particular skill is required," said Principal of SRCC, P C Jain. It doesn't end there. Abhishek then applied for commerce at Venkateswara College but has to settle for a seat in the Political Science course as the college said he didn't meet the mark. "They said they have cut-offs so I said that the boy who got the admission had lesser marks than Abhishek," said Chandran. That is when the Chandrans filed an appeal under the RTI Act to find answers. It revealed that the selections were not on the basis of merit. And this was not the first time students had complained about sports quota admissions. The Chandrans have now approached the Central Vigilance Commission, which has in turn directed DU to conduct an inquiry. But it still remains to be seen if this step will eventually lead to greater transparency in admissions under the sports quota. Source: RTI application reveals foul play in DU sports quota
  16. DK Sharma

    Admission in a school

    I apply for admission of my ward in a reputed school, where getting admission is not that easy. If my ward is not admitted may I ask the principal the critaria for the admission, or why my ward is not admitted.The school is affliated to CBSE New Delhi.
  17. Govt fined for not giving admission info as reported in Times of India by Himanshi Dhawan 17 Nov 2008, TNN NEW DELHI: Even as parents struggle in the quagmire of nursery admissions, the Central Information Commission has imposed a penalty of Rs 25,000 on the Delhi government's education department for its inability to give details of admissions given to under-privileged children by two well-known schools. Information commissioner Shailesh Gandhi has slapped a penalty of Rs 25,000 -- the maximum that can be levied -- on the education department's public information officer. In his order, Gandhi said the PIO was unable to give any "reasonable cause" for her complete failure to provide information. Prakash Kumar had filed an RTI plea demanding information of pre-primary and pre-school admissions in Vasant Valley and Ryan International schools in Vasant Kunj from the state education department. Amongst the details that Kumar had asked for were the number of applications received under the EWS (economically weaker section) quota and if a draw of lots was used to choose the candidates. The applicant had also asked for a report on the draw of lots and if any of these schools had not followed the procedure and what action had been taken or would be taken against the guilty school. Kumar, a social activist, is working to help children of weaker sections admitted to public schools under the EWS quota. People living in slums and villages around Vasant Kunj had applied for admission under EWS quota to various public schools in the area. "However, Ryan International and Vasant Valley were found to be not following the law and thus evading admissions to these children," Kumar said. While Ryan International gave admission to poor children as per the mandatory rules and procedure, Vasant Valley gave neither the desired information nor admission to the children who had applied. Kumar appealed to the first appellate authority but when no information was forthcoming, he appealed to the CIC. CIC issued a showcause notice to the authorities asking them to provide details but nothing satisfactory was provided following which the penalty was imposed. Govt fined for not giving admission info-Delhi-Cities-The Times of India
  18. As reported by TNN on timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 27 July 2008: Fake admission row hits Stephen's-Delhi-Cities-The Times of India Fake admission row hits Stephen's NEW DELHI: The Christian quota at St Stephen's College is in the eye of a storm again. The college is now investigating the documents submitted by a student who got admission under the Christian quota but whose documents don't bear out the proof. Interestingly, the matter only came to light after an RTI was filed on July 9 asking for information on the number of Christians who had been admitted this year under the quota. Said a senior teacher of the college, "Though the college has three levels of scrutiny for every application, this student's documents seemed to have been missed by everyone. It's only after the RTI was filed that the mistake was discovered." The student, a girl from UP who had enrolled for BA programme, had apparently submitted her baptimism certificate but not the confirmation certificate, which is issued by the Bishop of the Diocese. The college requires not only the baptimism but also the confirmation certificate, a fact that seems to have been overlooked by the pro tem administrator - who scrutinised the Christian applications separately, the non-teaching staff - who went through the relevant documents before calling the candidate for interview, and even the interview board chaired by the pro tem - which was supposed to ask the candidate to produce all documents if admission is required. Pro tem administrator, M S Frank, admitted that an enquiry into the case had been set up. "It now appears that the girl, who was given a seat reserved for Christian candidates, may not be a Christian," said Frank. When asked who had filed the RTI which led to discovery of the fake certificates, Frank said, "It's not pertinent to know who sent the RTI query. What is more important is bringing out the truth." Sources in the college added that the mistake was found out as the girl had claimed to be from the Church of North India (CNI), a category from which there were few applications. "This year, the supreme council decided to set aside a separate quota for candidates from CNI late into the admission process. Since all Christian candidates who got above 60% were being called, this girl, being from CNI, could easily get admission with a 66.5%," added the source. However, once the RTI was filed, the college went through her documents once again and it was found that her confirmation certificate was missing. When the college authorities contacted the girl to know about the missing document, her parents reportedly told them that the certificate was lost. They later provided the required certificate to the pro tem administrator. But certain discrepancies were found in the certificate after it was scrutinised, say sources. Meanwhile, spokesperson of the college, Sunil Mathews, refused to comment on the issue.
  19. gaikwadst

    school admission

    I stay in Noida.I have two kids 10 yrs and 5 yrs 7 mths old.Some how I got admission in one of the school in Noida. But later I found the managemnet is not so good. This has affected school's performance. Since then I strated doing correspond to the school which is nearest to my resident.It is hardly 1 km.Last year they gave admission to my son for class KG, but they refuse my daughter for class 4. They told me to try next year (i.e. for the year 2006-2007). This year they call me for written test of my daughter. But she counld not do well in the written test. They refuse the admission due to same reason. I again wrote them, that why don't they consider other factor of admission. That is [1] school within 5 km. [2] one of my child is in the school [3] we both are educated. Can anybody guide me in this case.
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