Books : Entrance Exams, Academic, Literature & Fiction, Indian Writing, Biographies, Children, Business, Self Help, Comics Books : Entrance Exams, Academic, Literature & Fiction, Indian Writing, Biographies, Children, Business, Self Help, Comics Books : Entrance Exams, Academic, Literature & Fiction, Indian Writing, Biographies, Children, Business, Self Help, Comics Books : Entrance Exams, Academic, Literature & Fiction, Indian Writing, Biographies, Children, Business, Self Help, Comics Explore more Books
Buy Books Online At Flipkart.com As Neil Gaiman said, “A book is a dream that you hold in your hand”. Imagine, if you could escape into your dreams, visit mythical places and travel back and forth in time. Experience the thrill of letting your imagination go wild. Books have that kind of power. They teleport you to places you might not otherwise get to see in your lifetime. Many people take up book reading in different ways. Come to think of it, you can classify book readers into a few categories: the hopelessly devoted reader, the all-the-timer/compulsive/voracious/anything-goes reader and the occasional reader. The first two groups are those who cannot live without books. Wherever they go, whatever they do, they need a book with them. They even read between work, or while they eat, just because they can't put the book down. You get the picture, right? And then, there is the last group of readers, who only pick up books when they have free time to spare. They are not as addicted to reading as the first two categories of readers. Comics: Whoever thinks that comics are only for kids, has never been more wrong. From Superman and Spiderman to Wonder Woman and Black Widow, comics bring to you a world of superheroes that can inspire you to become a better human being. You can add Marvel: Superhero Legends, The Avengers - Battle Against Loki and Marvel Adventures Spider-Man to this category. Also, let us not forget the wise world of Calvin and Hobbes comics or the adventurous tales in Tintin comics. Short Stories: If you do not have the patience to sit through long novels, and want your tales to be short and sweet, then short stories are for you. Books, such as The New Collected Short Stories by Jeffrey Archer, Interpreter of Maladies: Stories of Bengal, Boston and Beyond by Jhumpa Lahiri, Love Among the Bookshelves by Ruskin Bond and Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman, fall into the category of short stories. Novels: Whether you are a diehard fan of the Harry Potter series, or you love to delve into the thrilling world of The Millennium Trilogy, novels keep you on the edge of your seat with action-packed tales of adventures. They are often long, and are best for readers who devour books like popcorn. Since we are talking about novels, let us not forget the novellas. These books are shorter than novels but the tales are longer than short stories. Nonfiction Books: From how-to and technical books to text and reference books, you can find a host of nonfiction titles online. Apart from them, you can also find spiritual, motivational and religious books online. If you are taking a competitive exam, you can seek guidance from entrance exam preparatory books. Biographies and Autobiographies: These books tread a fine line between fiction and nonfiction. They are usually filled with factual events from a person’s life, but can also feature hearsay on certain occasions. Books like Wings of Fire: An Autobiography by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, My Story by Kamala Das, My Experiments With Truth by Mahatma Gandhi are some of the well-known autobiographies. Captain Cool: The M. S. Dhoni Story by Gulu Ezekiel and Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson are a few popular biographies that you can consider reading. Buy Books Online If you are someone who loves reading, then online shopping can be a boon for you. With so many titles available from various publishing houses, these sites offer great discounts coupons online on your favourite books. So if you were planning to build a library of your own, this is the right time to do so.

September 25, 2016

Scheduled Caste & Schedule Tribe Welfare department, Govt of Bihar will sent the post matric scholorship to the student before 30th September 2016

  webmaster       September 25, 2016
National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) member Ishwar Singh on Friday said the commission has fixed October 10 deadline for disbursement of post-matriculation scholarships to over 23,000 applicants by the respective district welfare officers in Bihar.
"About 19,700 students have not received their stipend in 2015-16 while the corresponding figure for 2014-15 is 4,225. We have directed all the district welfare officers (DWOs) to disburse the amount latest by October 10," said Singh at a presser after a meeting with the DWOs of the state.
Singh said he had come to Bihar after receiving multiple complaints from students as well as non-government organizations about delay in payment of post-matriculation scholarships. "A number of students had to discontinue their higher studies due to paucity of funds. When we had a talk with the senior state government officials, they promised to sanction the funds, which they even did. But, the DWOs are yet to distribute the amount," he said.
The commission will also summon the chief secretary, on behalf of the state government, to explain the criteria under which the government decided to slash the stipend to a maximum of Rs15,000. "A notice will be issued to the chief secretary on Monday for which he will have three days to reply. Depending on the response, further action will be mulled. How can they cut the amount for students who are already in their second or third year of courses?" Singh told TOI. Sources said students were earlier eligible for scholarships up to Rs1 to 1.5 lakh.

Singh has also instructed the DWOs to probe various irregularities such as fake institutions or fake students, etc, who took undue advantage of the scheme. "Take strict action in these matters and book even erring officials, if any," he said.
According to the stats furnished by the officials, 1,11,804 students had applied for the stipend in 2015-16 of which 72,629 were approved. In 2014-15, 89,434 of the 1,52,281 applications were approved.

During his three-day visit to Bihar, which concluded on Friday, Singh met students, NGO representatives, representatives from the SC community and state government officials.




logoblog

Thanks for reading Scheduled Caste & Schedule Tribe Welfare department, Govt of Bihar will sent the post matric scholorship to the student before 30th September 2016

Previous
« Prev Post

2 comments:

  1. Scheduled Caste & Schedule Tribe Welfare department, Govt of Bihar will sent the post matric scholorship to the student before 30th September 2016

    As per the news published in Danik Bhashkar Newspaper that 24 Thousand Student who has not got he scholorship for 2014-15 & 2015-16 till date. SC Commission interfare this matter and says that paid the scholorship before 10th October.

    ReplyDelete
  2. the Govt should release their scholarship without any delay as it is pending since a long time.

    ReplyDelete