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Government Holkar Science College, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Government Holkar Science College, Indore, Madhya Pradesh
Address:Campu Ab Road, Naulakha
Indore (District Indore)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1891.
Principal of Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh is Dr. Shankar Lal Garg.
Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh is situated in Indore of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Indore comes under Indore Tehsil, Indore District.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh are 9303221617.
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Website of Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh is www.collegeholkar.org.
Contact Details of Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-731-2761712, 2464074
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CoursesB.Sc., M.Sc., B.Sc. Biotechnology, B.Sc. Bioinformatics, M.Phil, M.Sc. Biotechnology, M.Sc. Microbiology, M.Sc. Computer Science, B.Sc. Biochemistry
Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree, Science stream(s).
Government Holkar Science College is affiliated with Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore
Media coverage of Government Holkar Science College, Indore Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh
Holkar college: Students union alleges flaws in listINDORE: The first phase of the online admission to all the courses at the Government Holkar Science College is drawing flak from the students union. Activists claimed large-scale irregularities in the list and staged protest on the college premises on Wednesday. University president Varsha Sharma, along with activists of Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP), criticized the department of higher education (DHE) for poor administration.
On Tuesday, a large number of students had complained irregularities in the admission list of the DHE. The students alleged that their names were missing from the list and candidates with less percentage were included.
The list was marred with discrepancies as it was not based on merit. On Wednesday, student activists staged protest and requested administration to investigate the flaws in the list and stop admission process immediately. There are numerous discrepancies in the list. Students with low percentage were given admission over students with higher percentage, said Manasvi Patidar of ABVP.
The activists presented an example of a student who had 82 per cent in qualifying exam but could not secure a seat in the Holkar College but on the other hand a student with 62 per cent marks was allocated seat in the college. Both the students belong to unreserved category, so theres no question of giving weightage. Its a clear case of malpractice, said Patidar.
Alleging irregularities,the ABVP activists burned all the lists and requested college administration to start the process afresh. Meanwhile, college has assured to resolve grievances of the students. Principal of the college R C Tugnawat said, We will solve all the issues related to admission in the college. When asked about giving admission to students having lower percentage, he clarified that the candidate belonged to handicapped category.
Names of the candidates who have applied after June 10 will be announced in the second list which will be out soon.
Prank or not, ragging SMS should be probedIndore: Whether or not to pursue investigation into the pranksters call about ragging has divided the academic fraternity. Bhanwarkuan police after declaring the SMS in this regard from a student at Holkar Science College as a hoax, has indicated closing the case. But the college principal to whom the SMS was sent is insisting on an enquiry.
Principal SL Garg had approached the police on Monday with the SMS. It read, We are students of Chandra Shekhar boys hostel near Bhanwarkua square. Senior hostellers ragged us on Saturday between 11 pm and 2 pm. On Sunday, too they thrashed and ragged us.This SMS has sparked a debate in the college fraternity. Students of the Chandra Shekhar boys hostel are themselves divided on whether to insist on investigation or let the case closed up.
Sushant S, a hosteller, said, Normally no student would dare fake ragging and make complaint to a principal that too using own number. As one can be easily traced back doing so, there must have been other reasons. Bhura Mev, a fellow hosteller, agreeing with this added, There is more to it than meets the eyes. Bhavarkuan police station in charge Anand Yadav told DNA, We unlocked the rooms to check if any student was locked inside as it was mentioned in the complaint message. But it was all fine.
Manipal Tomar, hostel warden, said, Ragging is a heinous offence and should not go unpunished. Equally heinous is the habit of crying wolf though.
Cops suspect ragging complaint from Holkar College principal was a prankIndore: No evidence of ragging was found in the Chandra Shekhar boys' hostel in police investigation on Tuesday. Police suspect the complaint received by Holkar College principal in this regard was a prank.
The police found no evidence of ragging in the hostel, as the students whose names have been mentioned in the complaint have not returned from their Diwali break till now. Bhavarkuan police station in charge Anand Yadav told that the complaint received by Holkar College principal was false. The unidentified complainant has not been tracked yet while others whom he accused of ragging are yet to come back from their hometown.
"We interrogated the students whose names were mentioned in the message and they denied of any such incident," said Yadav.
Holkar College principal Dr SL Garg was also present with the police during inspection. "We unlocked the rooms to check if any student was locked inside as it was mentioned in the complaint message. But it was all fine. Students also denied of any such incident which allegedly took place on the weekend," he said. The police have confirmed that the names of all the 18 students including the senior and junior students who were allegedly a part of ragging mentioned in the SMS are the residents of the same hostel.
“We are trying to track the person who sent the complaint message to Dr Garg. Things will be clearer when the culprit is tracked," said Yadav.
SMS triggers ragging panic at boys hostelIndore: A text message by a student of Chandra Shekhar Boys Hostel on Khandwa Road to Holkar College principal Dr SL Garg, alleging ragging by seniors, has prompted an investigation into the matter.Bhanwarkuan police station in charge Anand Yadav, who was forwarded the complaint, says his investigation has not found any credibility in the complaint.The matter will further become clear once the college reopens after Eid holiday on Tuesday.Dr Garg told DNA that he received a call late Sunday evening by a student, telling him that he had been locked up by his seniors in the hostel and was being ragged. I asked the caller to message me the details, so that I have an authentic complaint. The message only came on Monday afternoon, which I then forwarded to the Bhanwarkuan police station in charge, he added.The message, a copy of which is with DNA, lists names of seven juniors who have been allegedly ragged by ten seniors. It goes on to say that the ragging took place between 11 pm and 2 am on Saturday night, where the juniors were beaten up.It also alleges that they were being prevented from going out of the hostel for the fear that the matter will be exposed. The message has also requested that the rooms under lock and key be opened up and checked during investigation to find out the real situation.
While we are yet to ascertain whether the student is from Holkar College or not, the message was promptly referred to police, Dr Garg said. However, in charge Yadav said quite a few of the 10 seniors named in the message had not even returned from their Diwali holidays.Till now, we have not found any credible evidence to back the complaint. However, the matter is under investigation and the situation will become clearer once the college re-opens, Yadav told DNA.Hostel Warden HS Jaffrey has meanwhile denied any knowledge of the incident. I am yet to be informed about any such complaint having been made. The hostel houses 100 students and a watchman posted at night at the hostel. There is no provision for warden residing within the hostel premises, he added.
Holkar Science College to show the door to non-performing studentsIndore: Taking a tough stand on the issue of students academic non-performance, the Government Holkar Science College (GHSC) here has decided to cancel the admissions of those who fail four subjects in a semester examination.In accordance with the new proviso, the GHSC has also expelled 50 students who have failed the BSc and MSc semester exams.Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar on Tuesday, GHSC principal Dr.
SL Garg said, Students who fail three exams move on to the next semester under the ATKT (Allowed To Keep Term) system. But those who fail all four subjects have no place in the college.The overall result is good. However, the attitude of some students is a major problem, due to which the academic council has agreed on the new, strict rule, he added.
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