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RASAYANIKA 2k14, CVSR College of Engineering, Hyderabad, Chemical Engineering Fest

CVSR College of Engineering
From: Monday, October 20, 2014
To: Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Timings: 10 : 0 AM - 6 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: 50
Contact: 919293734449
Description: RASAYANIKA is an Two days National Level Technical fest organized by the Dept of Chemical Engineering under IIChE student Chapter of AGI in association with Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers , Hyderabad Regional Centre.

RASAYANIKA 2k14 Registration Fees :
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NON_TECHNICAL: 50/- per participant
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TECHNICAL EVENTS: 50/- per participant
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Telangana educational institutes to be closed
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
With Batukamma festival being recognised as a state festival, the Telangana state government has asked educational institutions in the state to remain closed for an expanded 15-day period for Batukamma and Dasara from this year. The extra days will compensated during the Sankranti festival, where holidays will be reduced by two days. With this, schools have postponed their quarterly exams. They will now be held after the schools reopen in October. 
Schools will remain closed from Wednesday and will only reopen on October 6. 
S. Srinivas Reddy, president, Telangana Private School Managements’ Association, said, “We are asking all schools to abide by the decision, but some schools are still going against the directives. We are asking them to close for the holidays. Exams have already been postponed to October.”
The Board of Intermediate Education has also communicated that since holidays are to be declared now, the later part of exams have been postponed to October. BIE said colleges will remain closed from September 25, Thursday, and reopen on October 8. Colleges will function on January 10 and 11, 2015, to compensate for the loss of working days due to the change in Dasara holiday schedule. 
Chief Minister K. Chandr-asekhar Rao asked education department officials to ensure that schools and colleges remain closed for 15 days during the Batukamma and Dasara festival period. He said that the state festival didn’t get the prominence it deserved in the erstwhile state. 

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140924/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-educational-institutes-be-closed

Government schools give a tough fight in Spelling Bee
Saturday, September 20, 2014
Winner Kaveri Priya received a trophy and a cash prize of Rs 60,000

Kaveri Priya, a student of DPS, Nacharam, won Hyderabad’s own Spelling Bee on Friday.

Children from government and private schools competed in the fourth L’Open Vocab Contest 2014 finale, an annual contest. While the private schools won the main trophy and the first runners-up position, government schools bagged the second and third runners-up ranks.

A total of 1,000 students from 10 private schools and six government schools took part in the preliminary test and 60 students qualified for the knockout round. Tech Mahindra and Atlanta Foundation had organised the event. Kaveri Priya received a trophy and a cash prize of Rs 60,000.

Mihir Odhrani, from Howard Public School, was the first runners-up; Deepika from ZPHS Kothuguda School was the second runners-up and Mohan Krishna from CNN Tanda Government School was the third runners-up.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140920/education/article/government-schools-give-tough-fight-spelling-bee

Hyderabad High Court to study fee hike structure
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Government  amend the fee structure for C1-category management quota seats from Rs 5.5 lakh to Rs 9 lakh in non-minority institutions and for B1-category seats in minority institutions from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 9 lakh. (Photo: DC/File)
Government amend the fee structure for C1-category management quota seats from Rs 5.5 lakh to Rs 9 lakh in non-minority institutions and for B1-category seats in minority institutions from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 9 lakh.
Hyderabad: The Hyderabad High Court on Wednesday decided to review the decision of the Telangana state government to increase fee structure of management quota seats in minority and non-minority private unaided medical colleges for the academic year 2014-15.
A division bench comprising Justice R. Subhash Reddy and Justice A. Shankar Narayana was admitting a public interest litigation (PIL) by the Telangana Students Joint Action Committee represented by its president D. Balaraju. The PIL challenged the GO MS numbers 9 and 10, amending the fee structure for C1-category management quota seats from Rs 5.5 lakh to Rs 9 lakh in non-minority institutions and for B1-category seats in minority institutions from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 9 lakh.
The petitioner said that this decision of the government will hamper the chances of meritorious students. Pointing out that the decision seems to be contrary to the directions of the Supreme Court with regard to admissions into private medical colleges; Justice Subhash Reddy said that the court will examine the matter. The bench issued notices to all the respondents, including the Telangana government, directing them to file counter affidavits.
HC stays case against Varma Justice Raja Elango of the Hyderabad High Court on Wednesday granted stay on a case against film director and producer Ramgopal Varma in Saroornagar police station of the city for two weeks. Police had registered the case against Varma on a complaint by Karuna Sagar, an advocate, for making controversial comments on Lord Ganesha.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140918/nation-current-affairs/article/hyderabad-high-court-study-fee-hike-structure

Benefactors offer help to EAMCET ranker
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Student Ajmeera Laxman
Student Ajmeera Laxman

Karimnagar: A day after Deccan Chronicle carried the report on Ajmeera Laxman ‘the 18-year-old who bagged the 120th rank in Eamcet medical exam’ many donors, including an ex-serviceman’s wife from Hyderabad, expressed their desire to extend financial aid to him.

Laxman had said that he is in no position to afford the expenses towards acc-ommodation and textbooks. Speaking to this reporter, the donors said they were ready to bear the expenses towards accommodation and other requirements, to help Laxman pursue a medicine course at S.V.S. Medical College in Mahbubnagar.
B. Natraj, in-charge for twin cities of Freemasons, a Hyderabad-based voluntary organisation, said that the organisation would support Laxman financially. He said the organisation helps meritorious students who want to pursue a medicine course.

K. Venkateshwarlu, a businessman from SD Road in Secunderabad, too stated that he would like to offer financial support to Laxman. Meanwhile, N. Swarajya Laxmi, an ex-serviceman’s wife, too came forward to contribute some funds from her pension. Similarly, Dr P.B.N. Gopal, a critical care specialist at the Care Hospitals, Nampally; Dr A. Gopala Krishna Gokhale, a senior CT surgeon at Yashoda, Secunderabad; and advocate V. Anji Reddy, of West Marredpally, wanted to sponsor the poor student.

Expressing his gratitude, Laxman said that V. Haricharan Rao, single window chairman of Vallapalli in Medipalli mandal, agreed to extend financial support to him. “To start with, Mr Rao has given Rs 10,000 to me,” he added. Laxman had obtained 495 marks in Class X, and 924 in the Intermediate exams. His father is mentally challenged, and his mother is a daily-wage labourer. He has two sisters and a brother.

  • Laxman obtained 495 marks in Class X, and 924 in the Intermediate exams. His father is mentally challenged, and his mother is a labourer.
  • Donors included an ex-serviceman’s wife, a voluntary organisation in the city and a city businessman.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140916/nation-education/article/benefactors-offer-help-eamcet-ranker

The serious Rahul Dravid turns into an entertainer
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Former India captain Rahul Dravid (Photo: PTI)
Former India captain Rahul Dravid (Photo: PTI)

Mumbai: “Vasu Paranjape used to tell stories about Hanif Mohammad’s strong defence. He said that the echo of the sound of the willow blocking the ball could be heard at Churchgate station if the match was held at Cricket Club of India (CCI).”

Paranjape, the veteran cricket coach is known for his wit but the person who narrated the story here on Friday at the Dileep Sardesai Memorial Lecture held in CCI could be never branded with such humour. Former India captain Rahul Dravid uncovered a different side of his otherwise serious disposition stating how storytelling can play a crucial role inspiring a cricketer.

The Test specialist turned raconteur and filled in with anecdotes and asserted how information passed through word-of-mouth helped cricketers.

“I have grown up in Bangalore hearing stories from my father about the adventures of Test cricketers like Gundappa Vishwanath facing the likes of Andy Roberts. Hence, I was determined that Test cricket is what I want to play,” said Dravid.

“These days, even the Under-16 players walk around with gadgets and headphones playing loud music,” he said, adding, that a lot needs to be passed from a generation to other in the form of stories.

Dravid thanked the Indian Premier League (IPL) for being a knowledge hub connecting the senior cricketers to domestic players.

“I’d a good time with Rajasthan Royals and it is also important for the youngster to talk out with seniors asking the right questions to get the correct answers. If a young cricketer asked me how he is batting, it is evident he had done his homework and wanted my insight,” said the 41-year-old.

He pointed out Indian players who benefited after exchanging ideas with foreigners during IPL. “Pravin Tambe kept picking the brains of Brad Hodge and James Faulkner during the matches asking whether he should bowl full, turn it away from the wicket, about field placements. Though being a 41-year-old, his hunger to get better reflected in his performance. Sanju Samson became so close to AB de Villiers that both went for coffee (I don’t know who paid though),” he laughed.

“When I was with Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kevin Pietersen used to discuss his weakness against the left-arm spinners with me and wanted to sort it out,” he added.

Dravid, who was recently in England during India’s tour, criticised allegations on the younger generation of Team India about their disinterest to Test cricket. “It is a wrong notion. Rather, they are worried and keep asking me how to do well in the longer version of the sport,” he added. Even Virat Kohli, who had a quiet tournament in England, took suggestions from Dravid about improving in Tests.

After concluding his tales, he commented about the recent issues rocking the cricketing world. The batsman, who also donned the wicket-keeping gloves in limited overs and kept to bowlers of all speed and turns – said the ban on Pakistan tweaker Saeed Ajmal is unfortunate but “chucking is not a crime, it is a technical defect”.

“It is good that the board is being more vigilant. They need to keep monitoring periodically. It is only about repairing the fault. One should go and get them corrected,” he said.

When asked about his take on wives and girlfriends accompanying cricketers on tours, his reply had the audience in fits.

“I’m a married man and I wouldn’t say no. The cricketers are out of home for 10-12 months a year and if you do not allow their partners to be with them, I think it will create more problems. Wife, girlfriend or whatever name you think you can give to a partner,” said Dravid.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/140912/sports-cricket/article/serious-rahul-dravid-turns-entertainer

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