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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
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME A PHYSICIST
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
Geophysics
Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
Astronomy
Astrophysics
Space Physics
Physics Education
Engineering Physics
Computer Science
Go through this article to know more!
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CAHCET - Awarded "A Grade" By NAAC

Date: May 7, 2015, Source: THE HINDU
The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has awarded `A’ grade to the C. Abdul Hakeem College of Engineering and Technology (CAHCET), Melvisharam.
The college was assessed by a strong peer team.
According to a press release from the college, the peer team was led by B.S. Sonde, former Vice-Chancellor, Goa University.
The members comprising the team included N. Alagumurthy, Professor, Pondicherry Engineering College and Member Coordinator, and Vilas V. Karjinni, Principal, Kolhapur Institute of Technology and College of Engineering.
They visited the college for three days, March 26 to 28, 2015. A number of factors were taken into account for assessment.
They verified the infrastructural facilities and quality of academic activities through interactions with the teaching and non-teaching staff, students, parents, alumni, management, Internal Quality Assurance Cell and the Principal.

Fleshing Energy by Lian Chawii of Down To Earth

Tanneries in Tamil Nadu now use the fleshings produced by them to generate electricity published on Oct 31, 2001 | From the print edition - http://www.downtoearth.org.in/node/17142

THE tanneries in India have a reputation that they can do without. In Vellore, Tamil Nadu, the tanneries are working to save their reputation by generating green electricity . They have set up a biomethanation plant which uses the fleshings produced by them to generate electricity for its common effluent treatment plant (CETP). By installing the plant the tannery has been able to do two things -- one, reduce the stench of putrefaction and pollution that the fleshings used to produce, and two, generate electricity from waste.
In India, there are around 3,000 tanneries and more than one third of them are located in Tamil Nadu. These tanneries, mainly concentrated in Melvisharam, process 300,000 tonnes of hide and skin per year and generate around 140 tonnes of fleshing per day. Fleshings are the flesh scrap generated during the process of conversion of skins and hides into leather. With proper means of disposal absent, these fleshing -- a health hazard -- are often thrown indiscriminately, creating an obnoxious smell and an unsightly appearance.
Earlier, the fleshings were used to manufacture glue, but the market for it declined with the emergence of synthetic glue. They were then disposed in landfills, but this contaminated the groundwater, causing the total dissolved solids in groundwater to go as high as 4,900 mg per litre in certain areas, which is about ten times beyond the permissible level. Incineration too had its own problems. "The quantity was too large to manage, it gave an obnoxious odour," says Alwar Ramanujam, assistant director, department of environmental technology at the Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI) in Chennai.
But with the biomethanation plant in place, the people living in the tanneries' vicinity will be able to live in a less polluted environment. The capital cost of the plant is Rs 1.57 crore. The Union ministry of non-conventional energy sources has paid 60 per cent of it, with United Nations Industrial development Organisation providing another 17.5 per cent. The Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency and other beneficiaries have met the remaining cost. "The concept was new to India, so everyone was apprehensive in the beginning," says Ramanujan.
The biomethanation plant, which began operation in January 2000, is designed by a French engineer, Michel Aloy and maintained by around 15 tanneries with the technical assistance from CLRI . It has two digesters of 130 cubic metre capacity and is designed to process five tonnes of waste per day -- three tonnes of fleshings and two tonnes of primary sludge from the treatment plant. The fleshings and other solids are collected daily by trucks from the tanneries and deposited at the plant. The fleshings are then minced to peices of about six micron diameter and then mixed with the primary sludge. After it is homogenised, the mixture is fed into a feed chamber.
The primary sludge from the CETP , which contains 90 per cent liquid, is used to run the plant, thus solving the need to use large quantities of clean water. Operating a biogas plant usually requires equal amount of water and fleshing. "Fortunately, the fleshings also contain around 80 per cent liquid," says P A Shanmugan, senior scientist at CLRI .
From the feed chamber, the substrates are transferred to the first digester. It takes 26 days to fill both the digesters, after which five cubic metres of the substrate is taken out from the second digester and a similar amount is added to the first digester. The fleshings are retained in the digester for 26 days. Biological process then takes place inside the digester at 32-34 C. The bacteria converts organic pollutant to methane. A safety valve releases the gases produced. Apart from lime, which is used to neutralise the acidic content of the flesh, no chemicals are used. The remaining scum is taken out by a centrifugal pump, which separates the solids from the liquid, from the top of the digester. The solid material is then directed back to the bottom of the digester.
The plant generates around 312 cubic metres of gas and 1,200 kwh of power daily, out of which 250 kwh is used to operate the plant. The remaining 950 kwh is used to meet the partial requirement of the CETP . According to Shanmugan, the CETP consumes 7,500 kwh of energy per day.
Though there are around 36 tanneries in the locality that generate a total of around 12-13 tonnes of fleshings per day, the plant can take only upto five tonnes right now. But plans are afoot to set up more on the same lines.

Haj Committee Looking for Govt Staff

By Express News Service - HYDERABAD
Published: 02nd March 2014 09:01 AM
Last Updated: 02nd March 2014 09:01 AM
The AP State Haj Committee is inviting applications from active Muslim government employees, between 25 and 50 years of age, for deputation as Khadim-ul-Hujjaj to assist Haj pilgrims during Haj-2014 in Saudi Arabia.
In a press release, the special officer of AP State Haj Committee Prof SA Shukoor informed that applications for the purpose should be submitted on or before March 31 at the office of the Haj Committee, Nampally. The candidates are expected to have sound health and experience in managing public functions.
However, preference will be given to government employees such as tahsildars and school teachers who have knowledge of Arabic language and experience in Haj.

For details, contact AP State Haj Committee, Haj House, Nampally or call 040-23298793

Plea to review hike in guideline value of lands in Melvisharam

Plea to review hike in guideline value of lands in Melvisharam
The Melvisharam Town Uplift Committee has appealed to the Tamil Nadu government to reconsider the steep hike in the guideline value of lands in Melvisharam town.

Muthu Rafeeque Ahmed, Secretary of the committee, said in a release that the public of Melvisharam have been affected by the steep hike in the guideline value of land in Melvisharam, effected by the government through an order. While the government order stated that the guideline value of lands has been increased by 40% to 60% with effect from April 1, in effect, the guideline value of land at Melvisharam town has been increased by 400% to 700%, which is contradictory to the claim made in the government order.

Citing examples of the hike, the secretary pointed out that the guideline value of land in Abdul Hakeem Road (Kathivadi Road), which was Rs.150 per square foot till March 31, has been increased to Rs.1,200 per square foot with effect from April 1, and this amounted to a 700% hike.

“We are unable to understand why such an abnormal burden has been imposed on the public of Melvisharam town alone”, said Mr. Ahmed, and appealed to the State government to reconsider the steep hike in the guideline value of lands in the town.
 
Published: April 25, 2012 00:00 IST , Updated: April 25, 2012 04:30 IST VELLORE, April 25, 2012
Source: THE HINDU

Melvisharam Municipality Election 2011 Results

Melvisharam Municipality Election 2011 Results
First ever local body election for Melvisharam Municipality was held in Melvisharam on October 19th, 2011.  There was huge hue and cry on whom to vote for the first local body election held after 42 years. Many independents and party workers from major AIADMK and DMK in groups canvassed house to house and street to streets in their wards to get votes for them. Over this, there was a tough challenge for the voters to decide about the position of the chairman.

For the first time people of this town were divided in favor of parties and independents who were contesting this civic poll, anyway most of them are focused to elect the best candidate for counselors but the unity remained decided to elect for the post of chairman.

As the results were declared, obviously Puttu Abdul Rahman Sahib of AIADMK won the Municipality Chairman post for Melvisharam Municipality of Vellore district in the 2011 Local body election with 10, 546 people favoring him for this position. His nearest rival Muhammad Akbar Basha K  of DMK who secured 1772 votes.

We the team of melvisharam.com wishes the best to all the elected counselors and the chairperson of melvisharam municipality and expect a fair and transparent services from all the elected counselors  as well as the chairman and vice-chairman.