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CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ODISHA CELEBRATES NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 06:40 Written by

Report;Nishapati Nayak,Odishabarta 

Koraput,12/11/18:The Central University of Orissa, Koraput celebrated National Education Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of independent India’s first Education Minister, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad at its permanent campus on 11.11.2018. On this occasion a special lecture on “Importance of Education and the Nation’s Commitment to all aspects of Education’ delivered by the Chief Guest Prof. Gowramma. I.P, Professor of Education, Regional Institute of Education, NCERT, Bhubaneswar. Prof. Sachidananda Mohanty, Vice-Chancellor of the University conveyed his best wishes on the occasion of National Education Day. In his message Prof. Mohanty mentioned about the importance of education and the nation’s commitment to all aspects of education. He congratulated the University community specially Education Department for organising successful programme. Dr. Ramendra Parhi, HoD (I/c), Department of Education delivered the welcome address.     

Prof. Gowramma highlighted how Bharat Ratna Moulana Azad voiced & strongly advocated universal primary education, free and compulsory education for all children up to the age of 14, vocational training, technical education and quality education.  She said “In the opinion of the Azad education was the right of one and all. He knew that India was a nation with a broad cultural spectrum and hence needed educated citizens to participate in nation-building tasks”. She emphasized the value and importance of education and focused on the unity among the diversity in the field of education of our country. She said “We need to have a grand narrator of our culture and history. We need to take pride of our legacy and culture and need to pass over it to our next generation. India is very unique and contradicts but yet we are united”. She also said “towards the education in our county commitment is shown right from the Constitution, as free and compulsory education for the citizens of the country is our fundamental rights. Functionary democracy depends on the education of the citizens of the country. We need leaders to run free and compulsory education at the country”. She encouraged the students to go to ground level and see what is happing and must analyze what has happened and what yet to be done. She pointed out in her speech some historical steps taken by Maulana Azad as the founder of UGC, IIT’s, IIS’s, AICTE and other important bodies for educational development in the country. 

Dr. Parhi in his welcome address emphasized on the elementary education and its role in construction of a developed country. He highlighted how we owe a great deal to the progress achieved in education in independent India to the direction and goals that Maulana Azad had envisioned for us. He also said that the role of a teacher in nation building is very crucial.

Ms. Suman Mandal, Sh. Debraj Pradhan, Ms. Laxmi Priya, and Sh. Amit Mishal students from the Department of Education also spoke on the contribution of Bharat Ratna Azad in development of Education.  

Ms. Suman Mandal, students from the Department of Education proposed vote of thanks and Ms. Bibhulina Mishra compeered the programme. PRO of the University Dr. Phagunath Bhoi, Research scholars, students and staffs were present on the occasion.

TO ENSURE ALL CHILDREN IN SCHOOL AND QUALITY LEARNING IN 100 SELECTED PANCHAYATS OF 8 DISTRICTS OF ODISHA PROGRAM STARTED FROM RAYAGADA

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 06:27 Written by

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Rayagada/Kolnara,12/11/18: A joint Endeavour by Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti (BGVS)-Odisha and Unicef-Odisha is started to Strengthening Education Standing Committees through greater Community Participation to ensure all children in school and quality learning in 100 selected Panchayats of 8 districts of Odisha. Through this initiative there are a number of targets undertaken such as to conduct a study for getting a status on functioning of education standing committees under the Rights to Education norms. It is also targeted all Children in the age group of 6-14 years have to enrolled in the school and access quality education, third target is there will be Functional Standing committee with grater ownership on school education and fourth one is to Increase capacities of community towards quality education along with overall RTE compliance among (6-14) year children and GPRC (Gram Panchayat Resource Centre) will be established & strengthened for community linkage. 

Although Right to Education Act (RTE)-2009 has strongly recommended to ensure community participation in school process to provide opportunity to every child attends school and receives quality education, current governance has shown poor performance not only to empower the community but sizable number of school age children are out of school and non adherence of RtE norms have directly affect the quality education that befall upon the poor children. In recent year this situation has become very critical and complex. If today, it is not arrested, thousands of poor children particularly children in difficult situation will deprive from their rights.

Thus it is intended to take all the issues in persistence with access to school, quality education, adherence of RtE norms and finally strengthening standing committee who can review the school situation and can witness over all development of the school situation.

With consistent continuous advocacy by UNICEF–BGVS along with different CSOs, School and Mass Education Department, Government of Odisha on 30th July 2014 has come up with a guideline for functional Education Standing Committees in all panchayat across the state. Odisha is the first state to issue such circular jointly by department of S & ME and Panchayat raj, Govt. of Odisha.  

It is increasingly being realized that without active participation of community members, the fruits of RTE cannot be realized. Under this backdrop, Unicef -Odisha aspires to build partnership with BGVS, Odisha for the strengthening of standing committee in selected 100 panchayats of 8 districts of Odisha as model demonstration. The intervention districts are basically tribal dominated with high dropout rate; high migration, less literacy rate and most of them are prone to natural disaster. These are Angul, Ganjam, Khorda, Koraput, Malkangiri, Kalahandi, Raygada and Keonjhar. This intervention supports the systematic community mobilisation, mapping of community status, use of innovative communication methods and tools like rural sports and Kalajatha to engage communities on issues related to enrolment and quality education. 

In this regard, BGVS-Odisha with Support from Unicef-Odisha has organised the consultation at Kolnara block conference hall of Rayagada district on 12th November 2018. Kolnara Additional Block Development Officer Sri K. Siba Gopal Rao inaugurated the consultation. Among of others Block Education Officer Sri Tapas Ku Bhoi, Additional Block Education Officer Sri Brundaban Marandi, Child Development Project Officer Smt. G. Girija, Dr. Rashmi Prabha Das, Medical Officer in charge, Dr. G Sailaja, MO, CHC, Sri Prakash Ch. Barik, Unicef, Rayagada and Sri Blorin K Mohanty, General Secretary, BGVS, Odisha joined in this process. Nearly 100 participants including all Sarapanchs, Panchayat Executive Officers of 17 GPs and all Cluster Resource Centre Coordinators of Kolanara block participated in this Consultation. The consultation has come out with the resolution that School Development Plan will be prepare in all Schools and incorporated in panchayat development plan, All out of school children will be enrolled get quality education with involvement of Community groups. All the education standing committee will be reconstituted and functional, School Management Committee will be activated through the support of line department.

Among of BGVS-Odisha Mr. Bipin Barik welcome the participants and shared the purposes of the initiative, Mr. Ratneswar Sahu shared about Out of school children tracking process. Mr. Nihar Ranjan Padhi coordinated the consultation.

XpectRM – The Rural Leadership Summit

Monday, 12 November 2018 06:29 Written by

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Bhubaneswar,14/11/18:Xavier School of Rural Management (XSRM) in collaboration with the RM Alumni Committee of XUB will be hosting XpectRM- The RM Leadership Summit, that will witness countless discussions with the industry stalwarts on 14th November 2018. 

XpectRM is one of its kind industry connect programme, which brings together some of the best thinkers in the field. In this evolving field of Rural Management, it is essential to discuss various ideas and concepts to develop a better understanding of complex problems faced today. This will act as a platform for the students to interact with experts and gain useful insights from them. The discussion will revolve around four sectors, namely Development Policy and Livelihood, Rural & Inclusive Finance, Rural Business Development & Marketing, and Social Business & Entrepreneurship.The first session of the summit, Development Policy and Livelihoods, will be graced by eminent industry veterans like Ratnesh Jha (Ex- MangementSpecialist, UNDP), Rajendra Narayan Mahapatra (Sr Programme Coordinator, Public Health Resource Network) and Jayesh K Jain (Senior Technical Assistance Advisor, Regional Director Asia, OpportunityInternational). The honorary speakers for the second session, Rural and Inclusive Finance, include Tanwi Kumari (Principal Specialist - South East Asia and South Asia, Accion), PhaneendraDoddapaneni (National Product Manager, IndusInd Bank) and Alok Pattanayak (KGFS Head - Odisha,  IFMR Rural Channels and Services). The third session, Social Business and Entrepreneurship, will see renowned personalities take the center stage. They include CharuduttaPanigrahi (Mentor, FIDR), Pratyush K Panda (VP and Head-Corporate Citizenship, ACC Ltd), Tapan Kumar Das (Co-Founder VP, Youth4Jobs Foundation) and Anirban Gupta (President, Co-Founder,Director;Dhriiti - The Courage Within, Tamul Plates Marketing Pvt Ltd). The last session, Rural Business Development and Marketing comprises distinguished speakers like Ramesh C. Jena (Partner, MART), Rajshree (Zonal Head of East, Novo Nordisk India) and Aditi Nanda (Director, Incture Technologies).

XUB believes in offeringa platform for quality discussions on emerging issues and trends. The university organises a plethora of superlative conclaves and leadership summits to ameliorate the students’ learning experience. XpectRMis one such leadership summit aimed at providing an enriching interactive session with respect to Rural Management.

ONLINE APPLICATION FOR OTET EXAM FROM 12TH NOV 12

Friday, 09 November 2018 10:44 Written by

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Cuttack,08/11/18:The Board of Secondary Education (BSE), Odisha on Thursday announced the date for online application of the Odisha Teachers Eligibility Test (OTET) examination. 

According to the BSE notification, the candidates can fill their forms online through the official website of BSE bseodisha.nic.in between November 12 and November 27. 

The OTET exam will be held for both Category-A (Paper-I) and Category-B (Paper-II). 

Students having higher secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50 per cent marks and two-year diploma in elementary education (CT or D.El.Ed.) can write the Paper I test. 

Students having higher secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45 per cent marks and two-year Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed), in accordance with the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations, 2002 are also eligible. 

Students securing at least 50 per cent marks in Plus II and four-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) can also appear for the Paper I test. 

Similarly, graduation along with two-year D.El.Ed is necessary to write the Paper II exam. And, those with 50 per cent marks in Higher Secondary and four-year B.A/ B.Sc, Ed are also eligible for the Paper II test.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Study helps solve riddle of Mekong River age and Tibetan plateau formation

Thursday, 08 November 2018 07:54 Written by

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Bhubaneswar,07/11/18:A Curtin University researcher is among an international team that has found evidence the Mekong River was formed mainly by climate and not tectonic forces, as is widely thought, and illuminated the long-debated age of the famous waterway. 

In findings published in leading science journal Nature Geoscience, researchers collected rock samples from deep gorges of the Mekong River in the south-eastern Tibetan plateau and analysed them to gauge when the rocks cooled as a result of the river cutting its way across the landscape. 

Research team member Dr Martin Danišík, from Curtin’s John de Laeter Centre, said the results were then compared to climatic records for the area. 

“We analysed traces of uranium, thorium and helium gas within the rock samples to measure when the rocks, which formed deep in the Earth’s crust, rose to the surface,” Dr Danišík said 

 “We found evidence of a rapid incision, or narrow erosion, caused by a growing Mekong River during the middle Miocene period about 17 million years ago, which coincides with a period of heavy East Asian summer monsoonal rain over the south-eastern Tibetan Plateau. 

“Our data not only provides new constraints on the highly debated age of the Mekong River, but also suggests that significant formation of the river in eastern Tibet was likely primarily driven by climate, namely intensified monsoonal precipitation, and not by tectonic forces as is commonly believed. 

“This study contributes significantly to the debate of tectonic versus climatic causes of uplift of this area of the Tibetan plateau, which has been a topic of conflicting views for nearly two decades.” 

Dr Danišík said the research findings suggested the Mekong River in its current extent and size probably did not exist prior to 17 million years ago. 

“The strong monsoon precipitation period that occurred between 17 and 14 million years ago carved deep gorges into the south-eastern Tibetan plateau, which saw the Mekong River grow to roughly the size it now is. These findings overturn the hypothesis that the river incised in response to tectonic causes,” Dr Danišík said. 

Dr Danišík was part of an international research team assembled by Professor Junsheng Nie from Lanzhou University in China. 

The research was completed with funding from the National Key Research and Development Program of

 China, the National Basic Research Program of China, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the US National Science Foundation, the Australian Research Council Discovery funding scheme and a Curtin Research Fellowship. 

The Tibetan plateau is the largest and highest plateau in the world and the Mekong is one of the ten largest  rivers in the world.

XPRESSIONS 2018 – 10 DAYS TO GO

Thursday, 08 November 2018 07:49 Written by

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Bhhubaneswar,08/11/18:Xpressions 2018, the management cultural fest of XIMB, one of the biggest Management-Cultural fest of India, is a three-day extravaganza which is scheduled to take place from 16th to 18th November 2018. And the students are all geared up to make this event a grand success. 

Xpressions 2018 plans to reach out to the best minds of business schools to test and challenge their business acumen as well as their zeal and vigor towards life. The three days are packed with business simulation games, cultural activities, fun-filled games, art exhibitions, and much more. Taking a break from their hectic schedules, Xpressions offers its guests one of a kind experience to refresh and rejuvenate them. 

As a prelude to Xpressions, social events X-Athon and X-Enable are conducted every year. This year also saw the two major events. The X-Athon and the X-Enable was successfully conducted on 7th October 2018. The theme for this year’s X-Athon, a 10k marathon, “Let’s sweat out the Depression” was to promote awareness about mental health and inspire people to lead healthier and more active lives. XIMB witnessed a large number of participants for the marathon. X-Enable is the Annual Sports event organized for the differently abled children. The event witnessed participation from various schools such as Chetana school and Swabhimaan school to name a few. The journey to Xpressions-2018 could not have a better start and the stage is all set. 

With only 10 more days to go, here are the events that are scheduled to make Xpressions eventful and memorable. Veritable business acumen is required to do well in the corporate world, and Xpressions gives the perfect platform to test one’s managerial skills. The different business events include, Case Connect (a National-Level Case Study Competition), Inquizzitive (a Flagship Quizzing Competition), Maven (a National-Level Case Study Competition, organized by Constrat: the strategy association), MPower (A Marketing based  Business event), Nirnay  (Online Simulation Game), Trade Wars (a Trading Simulation Game), Vakritva (An SRC and SpeakUp featured event), Vriddhi (A CSR Action Plan Competition), XIMB MUN(UN Simulation Competition by SpeakUp, the Oratory Club), Resonance (a business simulation gaming event), Aarohan ( the operations based case study event), Finasco (a finance based case study competition), and Ad Valorem ( the event to showcase one's entrepreneurial acumen). 

All the events have already kicked off witnessing participation from various institutes such as IIM-Amritsar, IIM-Sambalpur, IIM-Rohtak, NMIMS Mumbai, KJ Somaiya to name a few.  

The excitement is clearly seen in the students who are eagerly waiting for the competitions to start. Some of the competitions have already opened their forms for registrations and huge numbers are pouring in, from across B-Schools in India. 

Amidst all the serious case competitions, the students engage in a multitude of cultural competitions organized on all three days and showcase their creative talents. Decibelz, the War of Bands keeps the crowd enthralled by performing rock music. Goonj, the solo singing competition, and Thirkan, the dance competition brings out the best in participants. Aaghaz, the NukkadNatak event which actually happens on the streets, shows some real emotions, leaving the crowd touched. The Carnival De Vogue, which is the Fashion Show competition, judges the team on their walk, creativity, elegance and overall performance. Apart from this, there are a host of other informal events to help the students which  include Paint@XIMB (The Painting Competition), Pratibimb (The Face Painting Competition), Viraasat (Classical Competition), Flight of Fancy (A literary event) and MAXIM Mela (Marketing Research Event), LENSATION (the photography event), ZORB IT OUT ( a multiple round based event consisting of an online quiz, a treasure hunt and finally zorb football, an unique take on the traditional soccer game), and FINAL CUT (the short filmmaking competition for all the budding movie directors and celluloid enthusiasts out there). 

These cultural and business events foster the soul of Xpressions, undoubtedly one of the biggest management & cultural fest of India; giving a platform to the leaders of tomorrow to showcase their ability to take on formidable challenges today. 

Last year Xpressions had witnessed the ravishing performance by Farhan Akhtar. Performing for the very first time in Bhubaneswar, not just XIMBians, but also the whole of Bhubaneswar awaited his performance. It was a starry night, adding another feather to the cap of all the previous glorious Xpressions. To astound everyone again, XIMB promises of an even more entertaining evening this year. XIMB awaits to host Sunidhi Chauhan for the live performance on Celeblitz, the Celebrity Night. Just 10 more days left for the grand event to astonish the city of Bhubaneswar. The energy is high, and it seems that the waves of excitement are going to cause tremors unwitnessed in Bhubaneswar.  

XPRESSIONS 2018 – 20 DAYS TO GO

Tuesday, 30 October 2018 11:01 Written by

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Bhubaneswar,Xpressions, the management cultural fest of XIMB, one of the biggest Management-Cultural fest of India, is a three-day extravaganza which is scheduled to take place from 16th to 18th November 2018. And the students are all geared up to make this a utopian event. Xpressions 2018 plans to reach out to the best minds of business schools to test and challenge their business acumen as well as their zeal and vigor towards life. The three days are packed with business simulation games, cultural activities, fun filled games, art exhibitions, and much more. Taking a break from their hectic schedules, Xpressions offers its guests one of a kind experience to refresh and rejuvenate them. 

As a prelude to Xpressions, social events X-Athon and X-Enable are conducted every year. 

This year also saw the two major events. The X-Athon and the X-Enable was successfully conducted on 7th October 2018. The theme for this year’s X-Athon, a 10k marathon, “Let’s sweat out the Depression” was to promote awareness about mental health, and inspire people to lead healthier and more active lives. XIMB witnessed a large number of participants for the marathon. X-Enable is the Annual Sports event organized for the differently abled children. 

The event witnessed participation from various schools such as Chetana school and Swabhimaan school to name a few. The journey to Xpressions-2018 could not have a better start and the stage is all set. 

With only 20 more days to go, here are the events that are scheduled to make Xpressions eventful and memorable. Veritable business acumen is required to do well in the corporate world, and Xpressions gives the perfect platform to test one’s managerial skills. The different business events include, Case Connect (a National-Level Case Study Competition), Inquizzitive (a Flagship Quizzing Competition), Maven (a National-Level Case Study Competition, organized by Constrat: the strategy association), MPower (A Marketing based Business event), Nirnay (Online Simulation Game), Trade Wars (a Trading Simulation Game), Vakritva (A SRC and SpeakUp featured event), Vriddhi (A CSR Action Plan Competition), XIMB MUN(UN Simulation Competition by SpeakUp, the Oratory Club). Trade Wars which is an online trading competition has already kicked off witnessing participation from various institutes such as IIM-Amritsar, IIM-Sambalpur, IIM-Rohtak,NMIMS Mumbai, KJ Somaiya to name a few. 

The excitement is clearly seen in the students who are eagerly waiting for the competitions to start. Some of the competitions have already opened their forms for registrations and huge numbers are pouring in, from across B-Schools in India. 

Amidst all the serious case competitions, the students engage in multitude cultural competitions organized on all the three days and showcase their creative talents. Decibelz, the War of Bands keeps the crowd enthralled by performing rock music. Goonj, the solo singing competition and Thirkan, the dance competition brings out the best in participants. Aaghaz, the Nukkad Natak event which actually happens on the streets, shows some real emotions, leaving the crowd touched. The Carnival De Vogue, which is the Fashion Show competition, judges the team on their walk, creativity, elegance and overall performance. Other events include  Paint XIMB (The Painting Competition), Pratibimb (The Face Painting Competition), Viraasat (Classical Competition), Flight of Fancy (A literary event) and MAXIM Mela (Marketing Research Event). 

These cultural and business events foster the soul of Xpressions, undoubtedly one of the biggest management & cultural fest of India; giving a platform to the leaders of tomorrow to showcase their ability to take on formidable challenges today. Last year Xpressions had witnessed the ravishing performance by Farhan Akhtar. Performing for the very first time in Bhubaneswar, not just XIMBians, but also the whole of Bhubaneswar awaited his performance. It was a starry night, adding another feather to the cap of all the previous glorious Xpressions. To astound everyone again, XIMB promises of an even more entertaining evening this year. XIMB awaits to host Sunidhi Chauhan for the live performance on Celeblitz, the Celebrity Night. Just 20 more days left for the grand event to astonish the city of Bhubaneswar. The energy is high, and it seems that the waves of excitement are going to cause tremors unwitnessed in Bhubaneswar.

Workshop on Research Methodology inaugurated in NIT, Rourkela

Tuesday, 30 October 2018 08:20 Written by

Report by:Rajesh Mohapatra,Odishabarta 

ROURKELA,29/10/18:National Institute of Technology (NIT) the pioneering educational institute has organized a ten days workshop on Research Methodology by its School of Management of National Institute of Technology. This workshop was inaugurated by Dean of Student welfare, Seemanchal Panigrahi. In his inaugural speech said  I expect this workshop will live up to your expectations and the only objective of research is to inform action. It should be on high quality in order to produce knowledge and should cater to solution to any problems. A a researcher one has to prepare to face any barriers during his research and should overcome this by virtue of his hard effort. He further said, this research programme will provide advanced theoretical and practical knowledge by field visit exposure and use of different statistical package to all three stages or research students wants to poursue. This workshop is participated by 30 participants from Odisha, Chattishgarh, Jharkhand, North-Eastern states. Rajeev Kumar Panda, Ass. Professor, School of Management welcomed the participants and Asst. Professor Chandan Kumar Sahoo had proposed the vote of thanks.

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