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Graduation Day: Over 450 candidates get degrees at MMES Arts & Science College for Women in Melvisharam

It’s a memorable day in their career for the students of Melvisharam Muslim Education Society (MMES) Arts & Science College for Women. A total of 459 candidates received their degrees at the 5th Graduation Day of the Melvisharam Muslim Education Society (MMES) Arts & Science College for Women in Melvisharam on Sunday.

Fifteen of them are university rank holders of Thiruvalluvar University, Vellore — seven postgraduates and eight graduates.

Vice-Chancellor of Tamil Nadu Open University Dr. (Mrs.) Chandrakantha Jeyabalan, delivered the Graduation Day Address and distributed the certificates to the candidates in the presence of S. Ziaudeen Ahmed, General Secretary and K. Anees Ahmed, Correspondent of the college. Freda Gnanaselvam, Principal coordinated the programme.

Following are the University rank-holders:

Arifa and Thasleemunnisa C. (I and II rank, M.Sc. Biotechnology);

Pavithra K. (III rank, B.A. English);

Suhajidha Thabasum S. (III rank, B.Sc. Computer Science);

Arifa Yasmeen F. (III rank, M.A. English);

Noorunisha M. (V rank, BBA);

Srimathi R. (V rank, B.Sc. Biotechnology);

Jansi Priyanka J. (VI rank, BBA); Anitha S. (VI rank, M.A. English);

Sogarunnisa H. (VI rank, B.Sc. Biotechnology); Shabnam Shereen A. (VI rank, M.Sc. Biotechnology);

Suganya S. (VII rank, M.A. English); Asma Afreen M.H. (IX rank, B.Sc. Biotechnology);

Sohaniya Taj H. (X rank, B.Sc. Biotechnology); Sopna R. (X rank, M.Sc. Biotechnology).

MC congratulates the graduates for their achievements, also their parents for their children’s accomplishment, and wishes the graduates to take their dreams to the corners of their smiles, to the highest of their hopes, to every windows of their opportunities in their careers!

Students Are No More Interested In The SCIENCES. Why???

Date: May 8, 2015 posted on Masha’l by Mohammed Suhail
On asking a question about what is your plan after plus two to any Visharami students, the answer without a thought is engineering irrespective of career plans or huge fees. They feel that engineering alone can keep their status while the rest of other courses are nebulous. Student here in Visharam do not plan for their career, the just get into what others are doing, so-far not a single student have planned to become a Journalist or Psychologist or Sociologist or Geologist or Social Work or Physicist etc.

The same is the case for Vaniyambadi  where Prof. Mohammed Suhail gives his thoughts in his FB page. Here is the extract below:
Kind Attention: PLUS TWO GRADS
Students are no more interested in the SCIENCES. Why???
At home, Islamiah College (Autonomous), Vaniyambadi offers
B.Sc, M.Sc., M.Phil., & Ph.D in PHYSICS
What Can You Do With a College Degree in Physics?
The answer most appropriate for this question is: anything she wants to do. However, while some physics majors go on to become professional physicists, the majority pursue careers in fields where they can put their knowledge to more practical applications. With their skills in problem-solving, mathematical reasoning, computer programming, and organizing and interpreting scientific data, physics grads can move into government and industrial jobs that require an ability to think logically and creatively. Physics majors are well-suited to jobs that require step-by-step problem solving using math skills and good observational and communication skills.
A wide range of industries seeks physics graduates: telecommunications, industrial physics, hospital physics, electronics, computing, quality control testing, banking, insurance, teaching, management, technical sales and the armed forces, for starters. Students who become physicists tend to specialize in one or more areas of physics, such as:
Nuclear Physics
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Space Physics
Physics Education
Engineering Physics
Computer Science
Go through this article to know more!

Mobile App for Counselling on Suicide Mooted

Mobile App for Counselling on Suicide Mooted
VELLORE: With the observation of World Suicide Prevention Day on Wednesday, a number of  measures including social networking of suicide survivors and establishing ‘suicide prevention and counselling centres’ in government offices and healthcare institutions were mooted.
Dr Zubaida  Sultana, a psychiatrist attached to the Meenakshi Medical College pointed out that every four minutes a suicide was being committed in India, while worldwide suicides were occurring every four seconds.
The theme of this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day was ‘one world-connected.’ Dr Sultana encouraged youngsters suffering from depression to get connected to people and not remain isolated.  In light of the fact that suicidal tendencies in individuals in the 18-29 age-group was more prevalent among the urban youth, Dr Sultana appealed to technocrats to develop mobile phone applications that  could help counsel individuals with suicidal tendencies.
Dr Sultana said only 2 per cent of the health budget was allocated for mental health by the Government of India. Mental health should receive a larger share to raise awareness among the public on  the problem of suicides. General practitioners and family physicians should be given adequate training to handle individuals with suicidal tendencies. Dedicated ‘helplines’ must be created in all districts, to provide counselling, she further said.
Head of a Vellore-based NGO, which organised a publicity event on World Suicide Day, said,  lives can be saved through an active community that listened to depressed people. He said GHs, primary health centres and other offices should have facilities to prevent suicide. Families should encourage youngsters to discuss their worries and get counselled.
Earlier, students from  DKM College for Women and Voorhees College conducted a rally and distributed pamphlets in the city.
Source: samachar.com

Merit cum means based Scholarship to Minority Communities 2011

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Conditions for Scholarship

i) 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.

ii) Students who get admission to a college to pursue technical/professional courses, on the basis of a competitive examination will be eligible for the scholarship.

iii) Students who get admission in technical/professional courses without facing any competitive examination will also be eligible for scholarship. However, such students should have not less than 50% marks at higher secondary/graduation level. Selection of these students will be done strictly on merit basis.

iv) Continuation of the scholarship in subsequent years will depend on successful completion of the course during the preceding year.

v) A scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend for pursuing the course.
vi) The annual income of the beneficiary/parent or guardian of beneficiary should not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh from all sources.

vii) The state department will advertise the scheme every year latest by 31st March and receive the application through the concerned institutions.

viii) After scrutinizing the applications, the state department will prepare a consolidated budget for all eligible students and send an application in the prescribed pro-forma for release of fund from the Ministry of Minority Affairs for distribution of scholarship giving the details of each students viz. name, permanent address, telephone number, annual course fee, name & address of institute, whether hostler or day-scholar, etc.

ix) The application for release of fund from the state department must be received in the Ministry by 30th of September every year.

x) The state department will maintain separate bank account and records relating to the funds received from the Ministry and they will be subjected to inspection by the officers of the Ministry or any other agency designated by the Ministry.

xi) The fund for distribution of scholarship in subsequent year will be released after receiving the utilization certificate for the previous year. Annual inspection by the officers of the Ministry or any other agencies designated by the Ministry will also be carried out.

xii) 30% scholarship will be reserved for girls of each minority community in a state which is transferable to male student of that community in case of non-availability of female candidate in that community in the concerned state.

xiii) If the target for distribution of scholarship to a particular minority community in a state/UT is not fulfilled, it will be distributed among the same minority community of other States/UTs strictly in accordance with the merit.

xiv) A student residing in a particular State/UT will be entitled for scholarship under the quota of that State/UT only irrespective of his place of study.

xv) The number of scholarship has been fixed state-wise on the basis of minority population of the states/UTs. Within the state-wise allocations, the applications from reputed institutions will be exhausted first. The list of such institutions will be made available by the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

xvi) The scheme will be evaluated at regular intervals and the cost of the evaluation will be borne by the Ministry of Minority Affairs under the provision of the scheme. An additional provision of 3% of the total budget will be made to meet the administrative and allied costs viz. expenditure on monitoring of the scheme, impact study, evaluation study, purchase of office equipments, engaging of contract employees, if necessary and other expenditure to run the cell etc. This will be shared between the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Government of India and the State Governments/UT Administration.

Rate of Scholarship

The rate of scholarship will be as under :

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* Full course fee will be reimbursed for eligible institutions listed at Annexure-III .


i) Maintenance allowance is payable from 1st April or from the month of admission, whichever is later, to the month in which the examinations are completed, (including maintenance allowance during holidays) maximum twice a year, provided that if the scholar secures admission after the 20th day of a month, the amount will be paid from the month following the month of admission.

ii) In case of renewal of scholarships awarded in the previous years, maintenance allowance will be paid from the month following the month upto which scholarship was paid in the previous year, if the course of study is continuous.

iii) The Government of the State/Union Territory Administration, to which they belong, in accordance with the procedure laid down by them in this regard, will pay the scholarship money to the selected students.

iv) Scholarship will not be paid for the period of internship/housemanship in the M.B.B.S. course or for a practical training in other course if the student is in receipt of some remuneration during the internship period or some allowance/stipend during the practical training in other course.

Other Conditions for the Award

i) The scholarship is dependent on the satisfactory progress and conduct of the scholar. If it is reported by the Head of the Institution at any time that a scholar has by reasons of his/her own act of default failed to make satisfactory progress or has been guilty of misconduct such as resorting to or participating in strikes, irregularity in attendance without the permission of the authorities concerned etc., the authority sanctioning the scholarship may either cancel the scholarship or stop or withhold further payment for such period as it may think fit.

ii) If a student is found to have obtained a scholarship by false statement, his/her scholarship will be cancelled forthwith and the amount of the scholarship paid will be recovered, at the discretion of the concerned State Government. The student concerned will be blacklisted and debarred for scholarship in any scheme forever.

iii) A scholarship awarded may be cancelled if the scholar changes the subject of the course of study for which the scholarship was originally awarded or changes the Institution of study, without prior approval of the State Government. The Head of the Institution shall report such cases to them and stop payment of the scholarship money. The amount already paid may also be recovered at the discretion of the State Government.

iv) A scholar is liable to refund the scholarship amount at the discretion of the State Government, if during the course of the year, the studies for which the scholarship has been awarded, is discontinued by him/her.

v) The regulations can be changed at anytime at the discretion of the Government of India.

Procedure for Applying

i) An application for scholarship should comprise:

(a) One copy of the application for scholarship in the prescribed form (separate application forms prescribed for ‘fresh’ and renewal of scholarship by the concerned States/UTs).

(b) One copy of the passport size photograph with signatures of the student thereon (for fresh scholarship).

(c) One attested copy of certificates, diploma, degree etc. in respect of all examinations passed.

(d) An income declaration by the self-employed parents/guardians, stating definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper. Employed parents/guardians are required to obtain income certificate from their employer and for any additional income from other sources, they would furnish declaration by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper.

(e) Proof of permanent residence.

i)A receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship in the previous year on the form attached to the application duly counter-signed by the Head of the Institution concerned, if the application was in receipt of a scholarship under this scheme in the preceding year.

ii) The State department should satisfy itself that the student belongs to a particular minority community.

iii) Application complete in all respects shall be submitted to the Head of the Institution, being attended or last attended by the candidates and shall be addressed to an officer specified for this purpose by the Government of State/ Union Territory to which the student belongs, in accordance with the instructions issued by them from time to time.

Eligibility criteria

1. Students, who have got admission in a recognized college to pursue technical/professional courses, on the basis of a competitive examination.

2. Students, who have got admission in a recognized college to pursue technical/professional courses, without facing any competitive examination, will also be eligible for scholarship. However, such students should have not less than 50% marks at higher secondary/graduation level. Selection of these students will be done strictly of merit.

3. A scholarship holder under this scheme will not avail any other scholarship/stipend for pursuing the course.

4. The annual family income of the beneficiary/parent or guardian of the beneficiary should not exceed Rs.2.50 lakh per annum from all sources.

5. A student residing in a particular State/UT will be entitled for scholarship under the quota of that State/UT only irrespective of his place of study.

How to apply

Applications in the prescribed format may be submitted to the Secretary of the, deptt. of the concerned State Govt/UT administration, dealing with minority welfare, through the institutions where the students are pursuing technical/professional courses. The student must submit their applications to the state which he/she belongs to and not to the state where the institution where he/she is studying, is located.

IDB Scholarship - Last date 25th August 2010

IDB Scholarship - Last date 25th August 2010
Applications are invited for the IDB Scholarship from meritorious but financially needy Muslim students granted admission or intend to seek admission in the academic session 2010-2011 in the first year of degree course in the fields of Medicine and Engineering, (all branches) including Homeopathy, Unani, Ayurvedic, Agriculture, Fisheries, Forestry, Food Technology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Law. Applicants for Bachelor Courses in B.B.A. and LL.B. should have scored minimum 60% marks in English and optional/elective subjects in 10+2 or Qualifying Examination.
The scholarship is offered as an Interest-Free Loan to be refunded in installments after completion of the graduation. The applicants should have passed SSC (10+2) with minimum 60% marks in English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Mathematics.
Application for can also be downloaded from our websites
http://www.sit-india.org/ http://www.metdelhi.org/
Application form duly completed in all respects with necessary copies of required documents should reach the MUSLIM EDUCATION TRUST office on the address given above latest by 25th August 2010.

Thanks to Imran and Kaleemullah

SIT Sholarship for Professional Courses

SIT Sholarship for Professional Courses

In continuation to last year program, The Student Islamic Trust invites applications from the students of weaker section of society for the admission in B Tech, Diploma in Engineering, BUMS, MBA & MCA courses in various Government approved engineering colleges of India.
Eligibility Criteria: Minimum 60% marks in 10+2 (in PCM and English), AIEEE, UPTECH rank holders will get preference and admission to AICTE recognized colleges is a MUST.
The scholarship is available for B.U.M.S., MBA & MCA Courses
Also for B.Tech., and Diploma in Engineering. In the following branches:

  1. Computer Science
  2. Electronic Communication
  3. Electronics & Electrical
  4. Information Technology
  5. Civil Engineering
  6. Mechanical Engineering

Students are requested to send an application along with their mark sheet statement, photographs and income certificate. The applications should be addressed to
The Chairman,
The Students Islamic Trust,
E-3, Abul Fazal Enclave,
Jamia Nagar, New Delhi - 110025
For more details regarding the admission process and online registration please visit our website www.sit-india.org. Students are encouraged to apply immediately, since limited standings are available to the branches.

There will be turnaround in IT job prospects: FICCI chief

VELLORE: There will be a huge turnaround in employment prospects for the engineers in the Information Technology (IT) field soon, thanks to the ambitious target set by the Manufacturers Association for Information Technology (MAIT), according to M. Rafeeque Ahmed, president, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Tamil Nadu State Council.
Addressing the 11th College Day celebrations of the C. Abdul Hakeem College of Engineering and Technology (CAHCET) at Melvisharam on Monday, Mr. Rafeeque Ahmed said that MAIT had set a target for the government to create a vibrant domestic IT market with 500 million Internet users as against the present 55 million, 100 million broadband connections as against the present five million, and 100 million connective devices by 2012.
The 11th Plan, he said, has envisaged a huge outlay for infrastructure development in the country to make it a developed country. Great stress is being laid on development of world-class highways, ports, railways and communication facilities. With the government committed to encourage these programmes on a public-private partnership basis, youth graduating from other branches of engineering too will have opportunities for gainful employment, he said.
Referring to the decline in campus recruitment by the IT industry, the FICCI State president said that recent developments in the country’s economy, though not on the same scale as previous years, has inbuilt potential as against the developed countries. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) which was growing at the rate of around nine percent per annum since the past four or five years, is estimated to record a growth rate of about seven percent in 2009, next only to that of China.
“Though our country may not be immune to the fallout of the global financial crisis, it is likely to fare better than the other developing countries thanks to its domestic market and less reliance on exports”. No doubt the country might miss the overall export target of U.S. $ 170 billion for the leather trade for the current financial year, but experts such as C. Rangarajan, former chairman of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council predicted that there would be a turnaround in the economy by September 2009. The slowdown in economy also provided opportunities to the students to shape themselves to meet future requirements, he said.
M. Mohamed Hashim, Chairman, K.H. Foundation, Melvisharam and former chairman of the Council for Leather Exports, and P.A. Ibrahim, Chairman, P.A. College of Engineering, Mangalore spoke.

submitted by Hidayathullah / Reference: THE HINDU

The Melvisharam Community

The Melvisharam Community
MCP is formed by a group of like minded individuals who wants to bring the knowledge revolution to the native Melvisharam. MCP is striving to nurture the future citizens of India to be world class professionals.
MCP members are groomed from Melvisharam and are placed in corporates in different location with the heart inclined towards the cause of education for one and all. Despite the fact that, members of MCP are just the cameo from institutions and positioned with bare minimum experience in their professions, they are dedicated to serve the students community to have their bright livelihood by guiding them to achieve their career goals……………a self-righteous service to our beloved nation!
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