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IIMC students filed petition to Jaitley for convocation


New Delhi: The former students of Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) approached Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to make sure that there should be no further delay in the distribution of their original diploma certificates and convocation ceremony.

The students wrote in a petition to Jaitley that every year the convocation ceremony was held in the month of  October or November but not this time “apparently because of the delay in taking a decision about the appointment of new Director General”.

However, because of the delay in convocation ceremony, the authorities of IIMC are not distributing original diploma certificates to last year batch students, which is causing hardship to them.

“We request you to understand the situation and take an immediate action to organise convocation and speed up the appointment of DG. We hope you will not forget the fact that future of hundreds of students is in your hands,” said the petition signed by over 100 students and alumni.

IIMC previous Director General, Sunit Tandon’s term ended last year in the month of November.

“There are many students who have been working hard to get admission for foreign studies and IIMC was inevitable for them to show 4-year under graduation (3+1),” the petition also said, the students are scared that due to delay in convocation they would not be able to meet requirements of foreign universities.

Furthermore, the letter said, many universities of India have allowed the students of IIMC to join post graduation for which several students have applied and paid fees also, expecting IIMC would distribute their original diploma certificates by November 2015.(inputs from agencies)

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HP India Brings A Series of Affordable Mini Desktop In Order to Empower Students

The system runs Windows 10 Pro and houses memory up to 32GB of DDR4

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HP India on Monday introduced an affordable mini desktop to help students learn and collaborate in schools and educational institutions across the country.

Starting at Rs 19,990, the HP 260 G3 desktop will enable schools and institutes to set up or upgrade computers in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) labs at a minimal cost, the company said in a statement.

“As technology becomes integral to businesses and consumers’ daily lives, students need to learn digital skills that equip them well for the future,” said Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP India.

When paired with HP Integrated Work Center and HP EliteDisplay, teachers can read and present files effortlessly. With the wide range of input display connectors, documents can also be shared across multiple monitors.

“Driven by our goal to empower students, HP has launched the mini desktop solution to enable easy and affordable digital learning for students across India,” Chandra added.

The system runs Windows 10 Pro and houses memory up to 32GB of DDR4. (IANS)

The Pentium Dual Core with 18.5-inch monitor system is available at a starting price of Rs 19,990 while Intel Core i3 with 18.5-inch monitor is available at a starting price of Rs 25,990.

“We are hitting a new price band with the HP 260 G3 desktop mini. With this, HP will be able to address the market’s need for cost-effective desktop PCs,” said Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP Inc. India.

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The company is reaching out to schools and educational institutions as well as in smaller cities, where affordable digital learning devices can be highly useful.

The system runs Windows 10 Pro and houses memory up to 32GB of DDR4. (IANS)

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