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Bangalore based Alpine School opened its Kerala centre in Malappuram

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Alpine Educational Foundation is an initiative inspired by highly innovative academicians to impart holistic education to students aspiring to get into IIT’s, NIT’s and premier Medical Colleges.

We now bring to you the time tested and perfected quality of education, from the very heart of Bangalore. The land of IT to Kerala, God’s own country. Quality that’ll set you apart from the rest, because we understand the intricacies of competitiveness better .


 

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Recruitment drive at Inkel Green campus
Kochi, August 18:
Leading global companies such as IBM, Tata Steel and Siemens will conduct a campus recruitment drive at Inkel Green campus in Malappuram.

Inkel has joined hands with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF) to set up an institute to provide hundred per cent job-oriented courses to students, majority of them from weaker sections of society.

The institute, which offers three-year diploma courses in electronics and mechatronics, has advanced high-tech labs and equipment in PCB (Printed Circuit Board) design and fabrication, PLC (Programmable Logic Controller), robotics, automation etc.

Inkel Managing Director T Balakrishnan said 95 per cent of the students are expected to get placement through the recruitment drive that begins in December.

The recruitment drive will give impetus in developing the park as an educational hub, he said in a release.

The other major companies that will participate in the recruitment drive are Anand Group, Apollo Tyres, Ashok Leyland, Auto Craft Engineering, Axcel India, Mahindra and Mahindra, TVS Motors, Tyco, Fanuc and Motherson.

Inkel has invested ₹10 crore for developing infrastructure for the institution. NTTF officials said the institute currently has about 350 students and it will be increased to 1,000 in the coming years.
 

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3-Year LLB: Two New Colleges Included

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:The Commissioner For Entrance Examinations (CEE) has included two new private self-financing colleges in the centralised allotment process for admission to the three-year LLB course in the state for the year 2015-16.

All candidates included in the rank list can register their options to the newly included colleges online through the website www.cee.kerala.gov.in till 3 pm on October 1. The candidates who have already registered their options from September 23 can also register their options to the newly included colleges. The colleges are: MCT College Of Legal Studies, Melmuri, Malappuram (50 seats) and Nehru Academy of Law, Lakkidi, Palakkad (60 seats).

Candidates are advised not to give unnecessary options to colleges where they do not wish to join, if allotted. Candidates are also directed to follow the procedures for option registration as per the notification of the CEE dated September 23, which is available on the website www.cee-kerala.org For more information, candidates can contact the following helpline numbers: 0471- 2339101, 2339102, 2339103, 2339104.
 

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Malappuram youth to address United Nations General Assembly
MALAPPURAM: Malappuram native Abdul Gafoor Kunnathodi has got a rare opportunity to address the United Nations General assembly on Friday after he won an international essay contest conducted by the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) this year. Though his travel to New York did not come through because of technical snags, a pre-recorded video of his short speech will be played before the august gathering of the UN assembly on Friday.

Abdul Gafoor’s speech to be broadcast with translations.
The programme will also be broadcast live through UN web TV along with the translation in six official UN languages. Mr. Gafoor, a research scholar at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, is one of the three Indian winners of the third edition of the 'Many languages, One World' contest conducted in six languages. His Arabic essay on cultural understandings, global citizenship and multilingualism made him the only winner of the annual UN contest from south India.

Mr Gafoor, an alumnus of Darul Huda Islamic University in Chemmad in Malappuram has been pursuing his doctoral research in Arabic linguistics at JNU. "I have been invited to attend the Global Youth Forum at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York and had got a chance to speak at the General Assembly of the UN. But for technical reasons my trip to New York did not come through. However I am happy that my voice will be heard in the prestigious UN assembly," Gafoor said. Sixty students from 36 countries and 54 universities have been selected as the winners of the 2016 contest from a pool of over 3600 contestants.
 

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New director for Malappuram Aligarh Muslim University
Malappuram: Professor T N Satheeshan took charge as new director of Aligarh Muslim University's Malappuram centre after high court quashed the appointment of former director Dr H Abdul Azees.

Formerly Satheeshan was head of the department of modern Indian language in AMU main campus. He was appointed as director as temporary arrangement as the appointment of new director will be held only after official selection procedure.

Satheeshan, native of Vaniyamkulam in Palakkad district, who started his career as teacher in Zamorin's Guruvayurappan College, Kozhikode, joined AMU in 1988.
 

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Malappuram: School in a spot over uniform diktat

MALAPPURAM: A self-financing English medium high school in the district courted controversy after it introduced separate uniforms for students based on their academic performance. After the intervention from the part of child welfare authorities, the Al Farooque English Medium School at Pandikkad withdrew the system on Thursday.

The issue was brought to light after the Child line authorities received a complaint from students and parents against the discrimination. According to the Childline authorities, 32 students of the school, who were good at studies were told by the school authorities to wear a gray uniform, while others were wearing the regular uniform of the school.

After receiving the complaint in June the Childline authorities had conducted a survey among the students about their feedback on the new system and the authorities found that the students feel discriminated. "As most of the students were unhappy, we had demanded the school authorities to withdraw the system immediately," said district coordinator of Childline, Anwar Karakkadan. But, when the childline workers visited the school after one month they found that the school authorities had not withdrawn the system. Subsequently, they approached Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (KeSCPCR) and district Child Welfare Committee seeking intervention in the issue.

School principal Abdul Kareem said the new system was launched as part of forming students' group in class rooms to monitor different co-curricular activities and the system was withdrawn in the backdrop of the complaints from various corners. The KeSCPCR has registered a suo motu case against the school authorities.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...-over-uniform-diktat/articleshow/60029446.cms
 
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