Saturday, December 13, 2014

Quality Education for Muslim Children in Madarsa and Christmas Day


Greetings from PVCHR.
This Christmas you will enjoy with your families. Millions of children are still in need of your support. Your generous support will help us provide bright future to many underprivileged children who are still unreached.

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Thank you very much for your very kind and valuable support in advance. Please, don’t forget to come and visit PVCHR and meet our dynamic children and youth when you come to India.
Best wishes to you and your family for the upcoming festival season.

With Regards,
Lenin Raghuvanshi
Founder and CEO
PVCHR


Summary of Project:
Integrated Approach to Technology in Education (ITE) in 20 Madarsa as a Model in Varanasi and Jaunpur Madarsa students specially to girls.Improve Learning Processes and Pedagogy: The technology as an information processing tool takes away the traditional information giving role of the teacher. This basic functionality of technology by default requires the teachers to take a facilitative than an informative role. The ITE approach requires the teachers to play a central role.

What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
India's secular character provides the freedom to all citizens to choose their own religion, a right provided in t of the Constitution of India. It also ensures that the state cannot discriminate on the basis of religion. However, in reality, things are different. The marginalization of the Muslim community the largest among the minority groups is complete. This has been corroborated by the Prime Minister's High-Level Committees on Minorities in 2006, headed by Justice Rajinder Sachhar.

How will this project solve this problem?
Bridge the digital divide and foster digital citizenship of Muslim Minority Create learning interest, attendance and retention Learning achievement Improve learning processes and pedagogy.

Potential Long Term Impact
ITE will create an interest in the subject matter as given in the school text books. This genuine interest in learning and the opportunity to create something of their own, using computers, cameras, and phones will attract the learner to knowledge creating resources. Also, this will, in itself make school relevant and connected with the learning centres. Bridging the digital divide entails proficiency in technical skills ensuring a better future for the children and adolescents.

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Dept of Pol. Sci. with ‘The Origin’ Observe Human Rights Day at Jamia


Dept of Pol.  Sci.  with 'The Origin' Observe Human Rights Day at Jamia
Chief guest, Lenin Raghuvanshi (center); the Head of Department of Political Science, Prof. Badrul Alam (left); and the president of The Origin, Mr. Sharique Nadeem (right) at the Dept. of Political Science; Dec. 10, 2014 (Photo: Jamia Journal)

Dept of Pol. Sci. with 'The Origin' Observe Human Rights Day at Jamia

Department of Political Science, JMI in collaboration with The Origin, an NGO working for the underprivileged section of society, observed Human Rights Day on Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014 with a lecture, and with an essay writing and poster making competition held at the Department of Political Science.
Theme of the Human Rights Programme was the "Promotion and Protection of Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and challenges." 
Chief Guest for the occasion and was the keynote SPEAKER  Lenin Raghuvanshi , A Human Rights Activist notable. Raghuvanshi spoke on the rights of dalits and minorities in India.
Lenin Raghuvanshi addressing the audience at the Dept.  of Political Science on Human Rights Day;  Dec.  10, 2014 (Photo: Jamia Journal)
Lenin Raghuvanshi addressing the audience at the Dept. of Political Science on Human Rights Day; Dec. 10, 2014 (Photo: Jamia Journal)
Followed by his talk, prizes for essay writing and poster making competition were distributed by the the chief guest, Lenin Raghuvanshi; the Head of Department of Political Science, Prof. Badrul Alam; and the president of The Origin, Mr. Sharique Nadeem.
More than 250 students from different universities participated in both the Essay and Poster Making Competition.
President of The Origin, Mr.  Sharique Nadeem addressing the audience at the Dept.  of Political Science on Human Rights Day;  Dec.  10, 2014 (Photo: Jamia Journal)
President of The Origin, Mr. Sharique Nadeem addressing the audience at the Dept. of Political Science on Human Rights Day; Dec. 10, 2014 (Photo: Jamia Journal)

The winners of the competition are as follows:

Winner of Essay writing competition:
I. First prize (co-authors):
i)  Kanishka Kamble , MA Economics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
ii) Pranav Kamble , B.Tech Civil Engineering, Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar, Punjab
Topic: "Recent Issues on Human Rights"
II. Second prize:
i.) Sonali Huria , Ph.D candidate, Department of Political Science, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi
Topic: "Food Security and Human Rights: Changing Conceptions and Challenges"
III. Third prize:
i.) Neelofar Ahmad , B.Tech, Department of Computer Science, Jamia Hamdard, Delhi
Topic: "Economic, Social and Cultural Rights."
Poster making competition on the occasion of Human Rights Day;  Dec.  10, 2014 (Photo Crtsy: The Origin)
Poster making competition on the occasion of Human Rights Day; Dec. 10, 2014 (Photo Crtsy: The Origin)
Poster Making Competition:
University Students:
  1. First prize: Nadeem Ahmad , Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia
  2. Second prize: Vivek Pal , Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia
  3. Third prize: Reshma , Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia
School Students
  1. First prize: Juweria Islam,  XI Arts 'B', Jamia Senior Secondary School, JMI
  2. Second prize: Md. Jahul , XI Arts 'B', Jamia Senior Secondary School, JMI
  3. Third prize: Anubha , XI Arts 'B', Jamia Senior Secondary School, JMI
Poster making competition on the occasion of Human Rights Day;  Dec.  10, 2014 (Photo Crtsy: The Origin)
Poster making competition on the occasion of Human Rights Day; Dec. 10, 2014 (Photo Crtsy: The Origin)

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

उत्तर प्रदेश को भारत का पहला बंधुआ मुक्त प्रदेश बनाने के सन्दर्भ में


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विषय : उत्तर प्रदेश को भारत का पहला बंधुआ मुक्त प्रदेश बनाने के सन्दर्भ में |
महोदय,
      मानवाधिकार जननिगरानी समिति पिछले 20 वर्षो से उत्तर-प्रदेश सहित भारत के अन्य राज्यों में मानवाधिकार संरक्षण हेतु लगातार कार्य कर रही है | जिसमे ख़ास तौर से सबसे वंचित तबको SC व OBC के साथ लगातार काम करने से यह अनुभव आया कि इस तबके में बहुत से लोग अशिक्षित है और उनके पास रोजगार हेतु कोइ भी संसाधन उपलब्ध नहीं है | जिसके कारण कुछ चालाक लोगो द्वारा उन्हें बंधुआ मजदूरी कराने का काम किया जा रहा है |
      आप के मुख्यमंत्री के तौर पर कार्यकार्ल में पिछले लगभग 2 वर्षो में समिति द्वारा 300 से 400 बंधुआ मजदूर मुक्त कराये गए है और प्रशासन द्वारा सफलतापूर्वक उनका व उनके परिवार का पुनर्वासन किया गया है | विदित है कि आपके कार्यकाल में बिना खतरे एवं सहज तरीके से यह कार्य संपादित हुआ है | जिसमे आप की सरकार की महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका रही है | आप एक युवा मुख्मंत्री है और आप की मजदूरों के उत्थान के प्रति इच्छाशक्ति काफी सराहनीय है |
      मै वाराणसी जिले के जिला बंधुआ निगरानी समिति का सदस्य भी हूँ | साथ ही बंधुआ मजदूरी उन्मूलन एक्ट, 1976 के अन्तर्गत भी देश में बंधुआ मजदूरी एक अपराध घोषित है | आप द्वारा लगातार श्रमिक वर्गों के उत्थान को देखते हुए हमलोगों द्वारा 20 वर्षो के अनुभव से निकलकर राज्यस्तरीय योजना है जिसमे आप द्वारा पहल करने से हमलोग मिलकर उत्तर-प्रदेश को भारत का पहला बंधुआ मजदूरी मुक्त प्रदेश बना सकते है |
      अतः आपसे विनम्र निवेदन है कि संलग्नक राज्यस्तरीय योजना को गंभीरतापूर्वक अध्ययन कराकर विशेषज्ञों की राय लेते हुए इसे लागू कराने की कृपा करे जिससे हम सभी मिलकर उत्तर-प्रदेश को भारत का पहला बंधुआ मजदूरी मुक्ति प्रदेश बना सके | यदि इस सम्बन्ध में आप अपना बहुमूल्य समय में से कुछ समय मिलने के लिए दे सके तो इस योजना पर विस्तृत चर्चा हो सकेगी |

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मानवाधिकार जननिगरानी समिति 
सा 4/2 ए दौलतपुर, वाराणसी -221002

PVCHR द्वारा उ0प्र0 को भारत का पहला बंधुआ मुक्त प्रदेश बनाने की अपील में माननीय मुख्यमंत्री जी की पहल

http://www.pvchr.net/2014/12/blog-post_10.html
कम्प्यूटर सँख्या : PG05555384 , प्रेषित तिथि 08/12/2014,
 पत्रांक : -PG05555384/लो.शि.-2/2014
विषय : 0प्रको भारत का पहला बंधुआ मुक्त प्रदेश बनाने के संबंध में।
प्रेषक : डा.लेनिन रघुवंशी सा 4/2 ए दौलतपुर वाराणसी उत्तर प्रदेश
प्रेषित : प्रमुख सचिव/सचिवश्रमउत्तर प्रदेश शासन
संदर्भ प्रकार : अन्तरित
सन्दर्भ स्थिति - अन्तरितअन्तरण दिनांक : 08/12/2014निस्तारण विवरण: अन्तरित । 
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प्रमुख सचिव/सचिवश्रमउत्तर प्रदेश शासन को प्रेषित कर दिया गया है । 







Article of Lenin Raghuvanshi published in Journal of Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights

An official publication of Odisha State Commission for Protection of Child Rights published an article authored by Dr. Lenin Raghuvanshi.In the view of International Human Rights Day and with Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai receiving the Nobel Peace Prize we share this post to support the cause of Child Rights

Post by PVCHR.

Monday, December 01, 2014

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