SHIMLA- Take a closer look at the photo. Those are police boot prints, all over the body. This protestor, who had came to join the student protest in front of HP Assembly yesterday, wasn’t just beaten, but literally crushed under the boots by a herd of policemen, our own Shimla Police.
That reminds us of the British colonial rule. The Indian slaves received the same treatment then, and the condition is no better after Independence for common public. We know how disgusting our Govt. can be, but Himachal’s public had a respectable image of the police department, all the cops. Now, it’s gone. Shimla Police is no better than UP police.
To Shimla Police, Congress Govt. including the CM, HPU Vice Chancellor – all of you share a common trait. You all are scared of these students, your are scared of truth. Neither of you can face these educated students, so you try to suppress their voice using physical torture misusing state machinery
The pictures shows the concern of Govt. and the arrogant Shimla Policemen led by an incompetent SP, DW Negi. who is over-drunk with power vested in uniform and under the safety of Govt.’s patronage. Under his command his men have turned into savages.
The MLAs, none of them even tried to raise the issue of forced, unjustified fee hikes and failed implementation of the RUSA system in HPU and affiliated colleges. None of their representative raised the question in the ongoing Assembly Session as to why the report of review committee on fee hike is not made public even after six months of its submission. These students have been protesting over a year for their demands, and they were always answered with cane-charge, water cannons, arrests, torture within confined walls of police station, false cases, and literally trashed like animals.
Mr. Negi, you are encouraged by dumb public, scared of uniform and its own Govt. What law gave police the power to unleash such intolerable brutality on protestors when they have full right to express their unrest, their grievances? The public is above the constitution and Govt. itself. Govt. is meant to serve people, not rule them.
These students are asking for attention from over a year. They aren’t heard by those whom they had voted for to represent their interests. They have full right to protest wherever they want.
We are worried that you will end up grooming Maoists or rebels with guns in Himachal or cause a civil war if you continued to behave like tyrants. We will not blame these students if they took the path of armed protest. No matter how intense your terrorizing tactics are, you will regret insulting, hurting the dignity of individual citizens the day these helpless looking students took to violent response to deal with your police force.
Nauni Varsity Scholar Naincy Bags Scholarship to Pursue PhD in France
Solan: Naincy Sagar, an alumna of Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni has bagged a fellowship for pursuing PhD from France. Nancy has reached France and will be pursuing PhD in Forest Genetics from the University of Orléans under INRAE fellowship. INRAE is France’s National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment.
Naincy has completed her BSc Forestry from College of Horticulture and Forestry (COH&F), Neri in 2018 and MSc Forest Biology and Tree Improvement and Genetic Resources from UAS, Dharwad, under ICAR’s National Talent Scheme. Before leaving for France last week, Naincy was working as a Junior Research Fellow in a research project at COH&F, Neri.
She had applied for a PhD with a scholarship in Forest Genetics which was advertised by INRAE. Naincy was successful in the interview and was awarded a fellowship for three years for pursuing PhD at the University of Orléans. During the course of the PhD, she will receive a total scholarship of around Rs 70 lakh along with medical reimbursement. Naincy will be working on forest tree larch species in the Project titled ‘Vigour at what cost? ‘Trade-off’ of hybrid vigour in Larch-Phenological, morphological and physiological determinants of hybrid superiority in Larix X eurolepis’ with a team of 20 scientists of Joint Integrated Biology Research Unit having expertise in genetics, genomics and physiology for the enhancement of tree and forest diversity
Dr. Parvinder Kaushal, Vice-Chancellor of the university spoke to Naincy via web conferencing and congratulated her. Dr. Kaushal, who has also done his doctorate from France, shared some tips and suggestions. He asked Naincy to explore this opportunity to learn about new cultures along with doing research that could help to enhance and conserve forest wealth in the future.
Naincy expressed gratitude towards her father Satya Prakash Sagar (Retd. SDO BSNL) and mother Monika Sagar, who is working as SDO in BSNL for their continuous support for higher studies. She also thanked Vice-Chancellor Dr. Parvinder Kaushal, Dean Dr. Kamal Sharma and Dr. Dushyant Sharma, Project Investigator and all the university staff for their support and guidance. The university administration, Dean of COH&F Neri congratulated Naincy and wished her success.
HP University Extends College Admission Date for 2021-22 Session Till Oct 25
Shimla-Dates for admissions to undergraduate courses for the session 2021-22 in colleges affiliated to Himachal Pradesh University has been extended, which has come as a relief to not only those students who were seeking fresh enrollments in the first year but also to the students of the second and third year.
The varsity informed that the decision was taken after considering requests received from various students regarding the same.
Now, willing students can apply for enrollment in both government and private colleges till 5 PM, October 25, 2021.
This extension of date would benefit students who recently passed supplementary exams or those students of the second and third-year who had missed admission due to delay in declaration of their previous results.
UHF Nauni Extends Admission Dates for UG, PG, PhD Till Oct 18
Solan– Dr. YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry (UHF), Nauni, has extended the last date for applying to various Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral programmes in Horticulture, Forestry, Biotechnology, Agribusiness and Business Management. Applicants can submit their complete online application on the university’s admission portal till 18th October.
The normal seats of BSc (Hons) Horticulture, BSc (Hons) Forestry and B Tech Biotechnology will be filled on the basis of scorecard of ICAR-AIEEA (UG) 2021.
Admissions to MSc, MBA (Agribusiness) and PhD (for normal and self-financing seats) will also be conducted on the scorecard of ICAR AIEEA (PG) and AICE-JRF/SRF respectively. Students who have appeared in the ICAR-AIEEA 2021 for UG and PG, or AICE-JRF/SRF examination and are interested in seeking admission, such students must fill the university online application form before 18th October. Undergraduate aspirants who have not appeared in the ICAR test can however apply for the self-financing seats for B Sc and B Tech Biotechnology programmes run by the university by filling the online application on the university website.
The university has also advised the registered candidates to submit complete online application forms along with online payment acknowledgement slip before the due date. The schedule for online counselling will be announced by the University on the website after the declaration of the ICAR examination result. Application forms other than online mode will not be accepted.