Civilised Society Sans Morals – College Student paraded nude!!!

 

 

A student from Kolkatas St Pauls College located in Amherst Street, was allegedly stripped naked and tortured on May 17, a media report claimed on Saturday. The victim also tried to end his life but failed in his attempts, after going through all the humiliation.

According to the report, on May 17, a fundraising event was organised in the college of which the former students were part as well. A first-year student, who is also the victim of the incident, enquired about the expenses of the event. Following which, he was allegedly beaten up and stripped naked by the former students. They even recorded the whole incident and spread the video around. In the video, the victim could be seen crying and trying to hide due to embarrassment.

No complaint has been lodged with the police as of now, though, the students of the college have decided to report the matter to the police.

In an earlier incident, a student was caught on camera being thrashed by a group of students in Delhi University’s Kirori Mal College. The incident occurred on March 15, this year. Claiming that he was targeted for money, the victim student alleged that he was referred to as ‘UP-Bihar wala’. The victim also alleged that he approached the police but they did not take him seriously. The entire footage of a group of students assaulting the victim got captured on a CCTV camera. The clip showed how the lot went berserk and cornered the victim in the college premises

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Degrees for online courses also, now!

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Higher Educational Institutions (HEI) can now offer certificate, diploma and degree programmes in full-fledged online mode, along with, as has been the norm, those offered in the regular mode, sunject to certain conditions, the government announced on Thursday.

These regulations will be made applicable from the academic session 2018-19.

The rule came into being after approval of UGC (Online Courses) Regulations, 2018, by the University Grants Commission.

According to a Human Resource Development Ministry statement, these institutions can accredit students in online mode “in only those disciplines in which it has already been offering the same or similar programmes/courses at graduation level in regular mode (of classroom teaching) or in Open and Distance Learning modes and from which at least one batch has graduated and approved by the statutory councils, as applicable”.

Online programmes requiring practical/laboratory courses as curricular requirement shall not be permitted, it said.

The statement said only those institutions will be allowed to offer online programmes which have been in existence for at least five years and are accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with a valid minimum score of 3.26 on a 4-point scale.

They should also be in the top-100 in overall category in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) for at least two years in the previous three years.

The government open universities are exempted from these conditions unless they are required to be rated by the NAAC or NIRF or a similar accreditation system.

“This initiative is a big step towards attaining the targeted Gross Enrolment Ratio of 30 per cent by 2020,” the Ministry said.

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इस देश में पीट रहे है पति! Wife beating Husband – Prevalent in MP! (Read with Hindi TTS)

पूरे देश में जहां महिला अधिकारों और उन पर हो रहे अत्याचारों को लेकर बहस चल रही है। वहीं मध्य प्रदेश में पत्नियों के द्वारा अपने पतियों को पीटने के मामलों में तेजी से बढ़ोत्तरी हो रही है। इस बदलते ट्रेंड से मध्‍य प्रदेश पुलिस को भी नई चुनौतियों से जूझना पड़ रहा है।

पत्नियों से पीड़ित हैं पति : ‘डायल 100′ के जनसंपर्क अधिकारी हेमंत कुमार शर्मा ने मीडिया को बताया,’मध्यप्रदेश में औसतन हर माह 200 पति घरेलू हिंसा का शिकार होकर पुलिस की मदद मांग रहे हैं।’ ये वह आंकड़ा है जिसमें शिकायतें दर्ज की गई हैं। कई सौ मामले ऐसे भी हो सकते हैं जिनमें पीड़ित पतियों ने लोकलाज या भयवश शिकायत ही दर्ज न करवाई हो।

भोपाल: मध्यप्रदेश पुलिस के एक विश्लेषण के मुताबिक, घरेलू हिंसा के पीड़ित महिलाओं की घटनाएं बड़े पैमाने पर प्रचलित हो सकती हैं लेकिन ऐसी घरेलू हिंसा के अंत में पुरुषों के मामलों की भी सूचना दी जा रही है।

 

घरेलू हिंसा सेगमेंट में ‘हिंसा-100’ सेवा पर प्राप्त शिकायतों के आधार पर एमपी हिंसा से अलग ‘पत्नियों को पति मारने’ के तहत एमपी पुलिस द्वारा एकत्रित आंकड़ों के मुताबिक, 800 से ज्यादा लोगों को राज्य में घरेलू हिंसा का सामना करना पड़ा पिछले चार महीने।

 

डायल -100 संकट में लोगों की मदद के लिए राज्य पुलिस की एक आपातकालीन सेवा है। हालांकि, अपने पत्नियों की ओर ‘पति द्वारा क्रूरता’ अभी भी एक वास्तविकता है, जिसमें पिछले चार महीनों के दौरान राज्य में 22,000 ऐसी शिकायतें मिलीं, एक समाजशास्त्री ने कहा।

 

“अब तक, हम एक ही सिर के तहत सभी घरेलू हिंसा मामलों की गिनती कर रहे थे। डायल -100 सेवा के जनसंपर्क अधिकारी हेमंत शर्मा ने पीटीआई को बताया, इसलिए, पतियों के खिलाफ पत्नियों द्वारा हिंसा के मामलों को भी इसके एक हिस्से के रूप में गिना जाता था। उन्होंने कहा कि पुलिस ने आंकड़ों को अलग कर लिया और चार साल पहले तक ‘पत्नियों को मारने’ पत्नियों की एक नई श्रेणी बनाई, तब तक उनके पास ऐसी शिकायतों का कोई ठोस आंकड़ा नहीं था।

 

“चूंकि इस साल जनवरी में इस श्रेणी का गठन हुआ था, इसलिए पिछले चार महीनों में 802 पुरुषों ने अपनी पत्नियों के क्रोध का सामना करने के बाद पुलिस की मदद मांगने वाली डायल -100 सेवा में कॉल किया था।” आंकड़ों के मुताबिक, जनवरी में 158 ऐसे मामले दर्ज किए गए थे, फरवरी में 17 9, मार्च में 212 और अप्रैल में 253 मामले सामने आए थे।

 

राज्य के वाणिज्यिक केंद्र इंदौर में 72 ऐसे मामले सामने आए, जबकि राज्य की राजधानी भोपाल में 52 लोगों ने पुलिस को अपनी पत्नियों के खिलाफ शिकायत की। हालांकि, जनवरी-अप्रैल की अवधि में ‘पतियों को मारने वाले पतियों’ श्रेणी के तहत 22,000 से अधिक शिकायतें दर्ज की गईं। पुलिस आंकड़ों के मुताबिक, इंदौर से 2,115 शिकायतें और भोपाल से 1,546 शिकायतें हुईं।

 

यहां बरकातुल्ला विश्वविद्यालय में सामाजिक विज्ञान के प्रोफेसर अरविंद चौहान ने कहा कि समय के साथ समाज में नए रुझान सामने आते हैं। “महिलाएं लिंग समानता और उनके कानूनी अधिकारों के बारे में जागरूक हैं क्योंकि इन मुद्दों को अब विभिन्न मीडिया प्लेटफॉर्म के माध्यम से व्यापक रूप से प्रचारित किया जा रहा है। इसलिए, महिलाएं घरेलू हिंसा का विरोध कर रही हैं, “उन्होंने कहा। भारत ज्यादातर पितृसत्तात्मक समाज रहा है और यह दुर्भाग्यपूर्ण है कि महिलाएं हिंसा के पीड़ित हैं, उन्होंने चिल्लाया।



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Wife beating Husband – Prevalent in MP.

Bhopal: The incidents of women being victims of domestic violence may be prevalent on a large scale but the cases of men being at the receiving end of such domestic violence are also being reported, according to an analysis by the Madhya Pradesh Police.

As per the figures, collected by the MP Police under a separate category of ‘wives beating husbands’ in the domestic violence segment, based on complaints received on its ‘Dial-100’ service, over 800 men faced domestic violence in the state in the last four months.

The Dial-100 is an emergency service of the state police to help people in distress. However, the ‘cruelty by husbands’ towards their wives is still a reality with about 22,000 such complaints received in the state during the past four months, a sociologist said.

“So far, we were counting all domestic violence cases under one head. So, the cases of violence by wives against their husbands were also counted as a part of it,” Hemant Sharma, the public relations officer of the Dial-100 service, told PTI. The police segregated the data and formed a new category out of it, of ‘wives beating husbands’, around four months back as till then, they did not have any concrete figures of such complaints, he said.

“Since this category was formed in January this year, 802 men made calls in the last four months to the Dial-100 service seeking police’s help after facing the wrath of their wives,” he said. As per the data, 158 such cases were reported in January, 179 in February, 212 in March and 253 in April.

The state’s commercial hub Indore reported the highest number of 72 such cases, while in the state capital Bhopal 52 men complained to the police against their wives. However, over 22,000 complaints under ‘husbands beating wives’ category were reported in the January-April period. Of these, 2,115 complaints were from Indore and 1,546 from Bhopal, according to the police figures.

Arvind Chouhan, the professor of social science at the Barkatullah University here, said new trends come to light in the society with the passage of time. “Women are getting aware about gender equality and their legal rights because these issues are now being publicised widely through different media platforms. Therefore, the women are resisting domestic violence,” he said. India has mostly been a patriarchal society and it is unfortunate that women have been the victims of violence, he rued.

Husbands in Indore most vulnerable to domestic violence, says MP Police

 

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450 DU students not allowed to write exams due to short attendance.

Students complain that every year, many students are not allowed to take exams, and the faculty should take serious note of the issue.

 

As many as 450 students of Delhi University’s Law Faculty will not be allowed to write exams due to attendance shortage, according to a notice issued by the varsity.

In the light of this news report, you are requested to give your opinion on – Why attendance should not be linked with examination or why students do not wish to attend classes? Do their parents agree for such absence?

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