Kailash Manasarovar Yatra

The Yatra is organized by the Ministry of External Affairs every year between June and September. It is open to eligible Indian citizens, holding valid Indian passports, who wish to proceed to Kailash-Manasarovar for religious purposes.

For further details please visit : http://www.mea.gov.in/press-releases.htm?dtl/26527/Kailash+Manasarovar+Yatra++2016

Second batch of Spoken Sanskrit Classes – Second batch of Spoken Sanskrit classes, “Sanskrit Sanbhashana Shibiram” will be held at the Consulate premises from 01st May 2016 to 10th May 2016 from 7.30 PM to 9.30 PM.

All interested are requested to register through link:

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The information may also be disseminated among your friends/community who intends to join. Classes are free of cost.

For any queries, please contact 056 688 2280 / 055 811 4290

Mrs. Preeti Kadam remembering Dr. Ambedkar’s contributions to inspire a modern India

H E Anurag Bhushan, Consul General paying tributes to Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian constitution, on his 125th birth anniversary celebration

Consul General Anurag Bhushan inaugurating 125th birth anniversary celebration of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar

Notification for Yoga

The Consulate General of India is organizing a 12 weeks course of Yoga in the CGI premises at free of cost. The Classes will be held every Saturday from 9.30 am to 10.30 am. The course is open to all. All those interested are requested to come to the Consulate Auditorium on 23rd April 2016 at 9.30 am to participate in the Yoga Classes.

Minister for Micro,Small and Medium Enterprise,Hon’ble Mr. Kalraj Mishra attending 2nd Economic & Business Conference organised by Indian Ocean RIM Association & Ministry of Economy, UAE

Interaction of Mr.Essa Al Ghurair, Chairman of Al Ghurair Business Group , Mr.Rohit Walia, Executive Charman, Alpen Capital with Hon’blMinister H E Dharmendra Pradhan at AIM 2016

Honouring H E Dharmendra Pradhan, Hon’ble Minister Independent Incharge of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Govt of India

Inauguration of Make in India pavilion at the Sixth Annual Investment Meet (AIM) of Dubai by Hon’ble Minister for Petroleum & Gas, H.E Dharmendra Pradhan along with Deputy Minister of Ecocomy in UAE

Celebration of 125th Ambedkar Jayanthi

Declaration of Leave on 14th April, 2016 on the occasion of Birthday of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar

Consulate General of India will remain closed on Thursday, the 14th April 2016 on account of the occasion of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. IVS Global Services Ltd will also remain closed on this day.

H. E Anurag Bhushan, Consul General presented Make in India Investment Opportunities brochure to H. E. Dawood Al Shezawai, President and CEO of Annual Investment Meet 2016 along with Mr. Goutam Ghosh, Director, FICCI .

CONVERSION OF PIO CARD TO OCI CARD AND AAPKE DWAR

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    PRESS RELEASE
    CONVERSION OF PIO CARD TO OCI CARD

In view of the deadline of 30 June 2016, for converting Person of Indian Origin (PIO) Card to Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) Card, Consulate General of India Dubai will accept applications on all Saturdays in the month of April 2016 viz April 02, 09, 16, 23 and 30 from 0900 Hrs to 1200 Hrs.

Additionally to facilitate residents of the Northern Emirates special camps under CGI’s initiative ‘Aap Ke Dwar’ are being held every Friday in different Emirates. These camps are being organized in Indian Association Sharjah on April 01 and 22, Indian Association Ajman on April 08 and 29, Indian Relief Committee, RAK on April 15 and Indian Social Centre, Fujairah on April 06, 2016.

It may be noted that the conversion of PIO card to OCI is at no cost. It is also clarified that CGI Dubai will accept all applications for conversion of PIO to OCI card with no restriction of number between 0900 hrs to 1200 hrs on all working days.

Please visit our website www.passport.gov.in/oci and www.cgidubai.com for further details.

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DEEPA JAIN protocol.dubai@mea.gov.in
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Prime Minister’s Speech at the World Sufi Forum

Prime Minister’s Speech at the World Sufi Forum

Prime Minister’s Speech at the World Sufi Forum

MARCH 17, 2016

VIGYAN BHAVAN, NEW DELHI

Syed Mohammad Ashraf, Founder President, All India Ulama and Mashaik Board
Shawki Ibrahim Abdel Karim Allam, Grand Mufti of Egypt,
Shaykh Hashimuddin Al Gailani, from Baghdad
Syed Minhaj Ur Rehman from Bangladesh
Diwan Ahmed Masood Chisti from Pakistan
Syed Nizami from Nizamuddin Dargah and Syed Chisti from Ajmer Sharif
My ministerial colleagues,
Scholars and Sufis from India
Our guests from our neighbours and from nations far beyond,
Welcome to a land that is a timeless fountain of peace, and an ancient source of traditions and faiths, which has received and nurtured religions from the world.
Welcome to a people with an abiding belief in Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, the World is one family.
A belief in harmony with the message of Holy Quran that mankind were one community, then they differed among themselves,
A creed echoed in the words of the great Persian Sufi poet Saadi, written in the United Nations, that human beings come from the same source: We are one family.
Welcome to the ancient city of Delhi – built by the genius of diverse peoples, cultures and faiths.
Like our nation, the city’s heart has place for every faith, from those with few followers to those with billion believers.
Its magnificent shrines include the dargahs of great Sufi saints Mehboob-e-Ilahi and Hazrat Bakhtiyar Kaki, that draw people from all faiths and all corners of the world.
This is an extraordinary event of great importance to the world, at a critical time for humanity.
At a time when the dark shadow of violence is becoming longer, you are the noor, or the light of hope.
When young laughter is silenced by guns on the streets, you are the voice that heals.
In a world that struggles to assemble for peace and justice, this is an assembly of those whose life itself is a message of peace, tolerance and love.
You have come from different lands and cultures, but you are united by a common faith.
You speak different languages, but they blend together in a message of harmony.
And, you represent the rich diversity of the Islamic civilization that stands on the solid bedrock of a great religion.
It is a civilization that reached great heights by the 15th century in science, medicine, literature, art, architecture and commerce.
It drew on the immense talents of its people and also Islam’s engagement with diverse civilizations – ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and Africa; the Persian, Central Asian and Caucasian lands; the region of East Asia; and, with Buddhism and Indian philosophy and science.
As it enriched itself, it also enriched the world.
It set, once again, an enduring lesson of human history: it is through openness and enquiry, engagement and accommodation, and respect for diversity that humanity advances, nations progress and the world prospers.
And, this is the message of Sufism, one of the greatest contributions of Islam to this world.
From its origins in Egypt and West Asia, Sufism travelled to distant lands, holding aloft the banner of faith and the flag of human values, learning from spiritual thoughts of other civilisations, and attracting people with the life and message of its saints.
In the different settings of Saharan Africa or in Southeast Asia, in Turkey or in Central Asia, in Iran or India, Sufism reflected the universal human desire to go beyond the practice and precepts of religion for a deeper unity with the Almighty.
And, in that spiritual and mystical enquiry, Sufis experienced the universal message of Almighty:
That perfection in human life is reflected in the qualities that are dear to God.
That all are creations of God; and, that if we love God, we must also love all his creations.
As Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya said, “Almighty holds dear those who love Him for the sake of human beings, and those who love human beings for the sake of Almighty.”
This is the message of oneness of humanity, of all of Almighty’s creations.
For the Sufis, therefore, service to God meant service to humanity.
In the words of Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, of all the worships, the worship that pleases the Almighty God the most is the grant of relief to the humble and the oppressed.
In a beautiful imagery of human values, he said, human beings must have the affection of the Sun, the generosity of the river and the hospitality of the earth, because they benefit us all, without discrimination and distinction among people.
And, its humanism also upheld the place and status of women in society.
Above all, Sufism is a celebration of diversity and pluralism, expressed in the words of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, that every people has its own path of truth, beliefs and focus of reverence.
These words reflect the divine message to the Holy Prophet that there is no compulsion in religion; And also that to every people we have appointed ways of worship which they observe.
And, it is in harmony with the soul of the Bhakti saint’s saying in the Hindu tradition, “Into the bosom of the one great sea, Flow streams that come from hills on every side.”
And in the wisdom of Bulleh Shah, “Lord is mixed in every heart.”
These values are the need of our times.
This is the reality of Nature. We learn this wisdom in the perfect balance and harmony that exists in the vast diversity of a forest.
Its message is beyond the confines of schools and sects. It’s a spiritual quest that traces its origin from the Holy Prophet and the fundamental values of Islam, which literally means peace.
And, it reminds us that when we think of the 99 names of Allah, none stand for force and violence, and that the first two names denote compassionate and merciful. Allah is Rahman and Raheem.
Sufism is the voice of peace, co-existence, compassion and equality; a call to universal brotherhood.
And, just as India became a principal center of Islamic civilization, our nation also emerged as one of the most vibrant hubs of Sufism.
Sufism became the face of Islam in India, even as it remained deeply rooted in the Holy Quran, and Hadis.
Sufism blossomed in India’s openness and pluralism. It engaged with her spiritual tradition, and evolved its own Indian ethos.
And, it helped shape a distinct Islamic heritage of India.
We see this heritage in the fields of art, architecture and culture that is part of the fabric of our nation and our collective daily lives.
We see it in the spiritual and intellectual tradition of India.
It helped strengthen the inclusive culture that is our great nation’s immense contribution to the cultural tapestry of this world.
In Baba Farid’s poetry or Guru Granth Sahib, we feel the same spiritual connection.
We see compassion in the langars of Sufi shrines and the village tombs of local Pirs that attracted the poor and hungry;
The words of Hindavi were spoken in the Sufi Khanqahs.
Sufism’s contribution to poetry in India is huge. Its impact on the development of Indian music is profound.
None had a greater impact than the Sufi poet-musician Amir Khusrau. Eight centuries later, his poetry and musical innovation continue to be part of the soul of Hindustani music. No one had spoken of Indian music with such passion as he had.
Who else could have expressed love for India so beautifully as he did:
“But India, from head to toe, is a picture of heaven,
Adam came from the palace of paradise,
He could only be sent to an orchard of fruits that is India.
If India is not paradise, how could it be made the abode of the peacock, the bird of paradise?”
It is this spirit of Sufism, the love for their country and the pride in their nation that define the Muslims in India.
They reflect the timeless culture of peace, diversity and equality of faith of our land;
They are steeped in the democratic tradition of India, confident of their place in the country and invested in the future of their nation;
And, above all, they are shaped by the values of the Islamic heritage of India. It upholds the highest ideals of Islam and has always rejected the forces of terrorism and extremism.
Now, as they travel to different parts of the world, they are the ambassadors of the values and traditions of our nation.
As a nation, we stood against colonialism and in our struggle for freedom.
At the dawn of independence some chose to go away; and, I believe, that it also had to do with the colonial politics of that time.
The tallest of our leaders, such as Maulana Azad, and important spiritual leaders, such as Maulana Hussain Madani, and millions and millions of ordinary citizens, rejected the idea of division on the basis of religion.
Now, India is moving forward on the strength of the struggles, the sacrifices, the bravery, the knowledge, the skill, the art and the pride of every member of every faith in our diverse and yet united nation.
Like the strings of sitar that each produces a note, but come together to create a beautiful melody.
This is the spirit of India. This is the strength of our nation.
All our people, Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Jains, Buddhists, the micro-minority of Parsis, believers, non-believers, are an integral part of India.
Just as it once came to India, today Sufism from India has spread across the world.
But, this tradition that evolved in India belongs to the whole of South Asia.
That is why I urge others in the region to nurture and revive this glorious heritage of ours.
When the spiritual love of Sufism, not the violent force of terrorism, flows across the border, this region will be the paradise on earth that Amir Khusrau spoke about.
Let me paraphrase what I have said before: Terrorism divides and destroys us.
Indeed, when terrorism and extremism have become the most destructive force of our times, the message of Sufism has global relevance.
In the centres of conflict in West Asia to calm cities in distant countries, in the remote villages of Africa to the towns in our own region, terrorism is a daily threat.
Each day brings us terrible news and horrifying images:
• of schools turned into graveyards of innocence;
• of prayer gatherings turned into funeral processions,
• of call to prayer or Azaan drowned by the sound of explosion;
• of blood on the beach, massacres in malls and smouldering cars on streets;
• of thriving cities ruined and priceless heritage destroyed;
• and, of parents bearing coffins, entire communities dislocated, millions displaced, and refugees caught between fire and stormy seas.
In this digital century of new promise and opportunities, the reach of terror is growing and its toll is rising every year.
Since the beginning of this century, tens of thousands of families have lost their loved ones in thousands of terrorist incidents globally.
Last year alone, I am talking about 2015, over 90 countries experienced terrorist attacks. Parents in 100 countries live with the daily pain of their children lost to the battlefields of Syria.
And, in a globally mobile world, one incident can claim citizens of many nations.
Every year, we spend over 100 billion dollars on securing the world from terrorism, money that should have been spent on building lives of the poor.
The impact cannot be fully captured in statistics alone. It is changing the way we live.
There are forces and groups that are instruments of state policy and design. There are others recruited to the cause in misguided belief.
There are some who are trained in organized camps. There are those who find their inspiration in the borderless world of cyber space.
Terrorism uses diverse motivations and causes, none of which can be justified.
Terrorists distort a religion whose cause they profess to support.
They kill and destroy more in their own land and among their own people than they do elsewhere.
And, they are putting entire regions to peril and making the world more insecure and violent.
The fight against terrorism is not a confrontation against any religion. It cannot be.
It is a struggle between the values of humanism and the forces of inhumanity.
It is not a conflict to be fought only through military, intelligence or diplomatic means.
It is also a battle that must be won through the strength of our values and the real message of religions.
As I have said before, we must reject any link between terrorism and religion. Those who spread terror in the name of religion are anti-religious.
And, we must advance the message of Sufism that stands for the principles of Islam and the highest human values.
This is a task that states, societies, sages, scholars and families must pursue.
However, to me, the message of Sufism is not just confined to combating terrorism.
The values of harmony, welfare, compassion and love for human beings are the foundation of a just society.
That is the principle behind my creed of “Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikaas”.
And, these values are important to preserve and nurture diversity in our societies.
Diversity is a basic reality of Nature and source of richness of a society; and, it should not be a cause of discord.
We need just not constitutional provisions or legal safeguards, but also social values to build an inclusive and peaceful society, in which everyone belongs, secure about his rights and confident of her future.
This is also a time of great flux and transition in the world. The middle of the last century was an important turning point in history. A new world order emerged. Many new nations were born.
At the beginning of a new century, we are at yet another point of transformation on a scale rarely seen in human history.
In many parts of the world, there is uncertainty about the future, and how to deal with it as nations and societies.
These are precisely the times that the world is most vulnerable to violence and conflicts.
The global community must be more vigilant than ever before and counter the forces of darkness with the radiant light of human values.
So, let us remember the teaching of Holy Quran that if anyone slew one innocent person, it would be as if he slew a whole people; if anyone saved one life, it would be as if he saved a whole people.
Let us be inspired by the message of Hazrat Moinuddin Chishti,
With your spiritual light, dissolve the clouds of discord and war and spread goodwill, peace, and harmony among the people.
Let us remember the infinite humanism in Sufi poet Jalaluddin Rumi’s words, “Contain all human faces in your own, without any judgment of them.”
Let us also live the sermon of Bible that calls us to do good, seek peace and pursue it.
And, oneness in Kabir’s observation that a river and its waves are one.
And, Guru Nanak Devji’s prayer that Lord, may everyone in the world prosper and be in peace.
Let us be inspired by Swami Vivekananda’s appeal against divisions and for people of all religions to hold the banner of harmony, not of dispute.
Let us also reaffirm the enduring message of Ahimsa of Lord Buddha and Mahavira.
And, from this forum, in this land of Gandhi,
And, of timeless prayers that always end with invocation of
Om Shanti; Shanti; Shanti: Peace, Peace, Peace,; Peace within and in the world.
Let us, therefore, send a message to the world:
• A melody of harmony and humanity
• The embrace of diversity, the spirit of oneness
• Of service with compassion and generosity,
• A resolve against terrorism, a rejection of extremism
• And, a determination to advance peace
Let us challenge the forces of violence with the kindness of our love and universal human values.
and Lastly, Let us restore the light of hope and turn this world into a garden of peace.
Thank you for being here. Thank you for what you stand for. Thank you for the role you are playing in building a better world. Thank you very much, Thanks a lot.

Admissions for Foreign Students under Self Finance Scheme

Admission for Foreign Students in India

Applications are invited from foreign students for nominations to undergraduate courses in MBBS/BDS, Bachelor of Engineering (B.E), Bachelor of Pharmacy, Diploma of Engineering and Diploma in Pharmacy under Self-Financing Scheme for academic year 2016-17.

2. Eligibility criteria for various courses:

  • a) For admission to MBBS courses: A candidate must have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks with at least 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) and 50% in English in the qualifying examination (equivalent to 10+2 standard of CBSE in India – equivalence certificate from AIU, New Delhi as requested in para 2(ii) above must be enclosed).
  • b) For B.E. courses: A candidate must have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks with at least 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and 50% in English in the qualifying examination (equivalent to 10+2 standard of CBSE in India – equivalence certificate from AIU, New Delhi as requested in para 2(ii) above must be enclosed).
  • c) For B. Pharmacy/Diploma in Pharmacy courses: A candidate must have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks with at least 60% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany & Zoology) and 50% in English in the qualifying examination (equivalent to 10+2 standard of CBSE in India – equivalence certificate from AIU, New Delhi as requested in para 2(ii) above must be enclosed).
  • d) For Diploma in Engineering courses: A candidate must have secured a minimum of 60% aggregate marks with at least 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in the first attempt and 50% in English in 10th as well in 12th Grade examination (equivalence certificate from AIU, New Delhi as requested in para 2(ii) above must be enclosed).
    (i) It may please be noted that for admission to 1st year Diploma in Engineering course, the age limit of the candidate should be below 21 years as on 1.8.2016.
    (ii) The candidates applying for B Arch course are required to pass the Aptitude Test as prescribed by Council for Architecture. The candidates who do not pass the Aptitude test will not be eligible for wards of enrolment by Council of Architecture, New Delhi.

3. Foreign students can also apply for nomination pending final declaration of their qualifying examination results equivalent to 10+ 2 standard of CBSE. Nomination of such candidates will, however, depend upon their being eligible on the basis of merit.

4. Selected candidates are expected to comply with admission formalities and procedures of the respective colleges/universities. These may include specific medical examinations including Aids test in India.

6. The lists of colleges for MBBS/B. Pharmacy courses and Engineering courses (as per last year’s allocation (Link to open in a separate browser Annexure I , Annexure II Annexure III) . The seats are generally allocated in these Colleges / Institutes but may vary depending on final allocation by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Ministry of Human Resource Development respectively.

  • Requirements:
    i) Three copies of candidate’s recent photographs duly attested by the Mission/Post pasted at prescribed places in the application;
  • ii) Three attested copies of candidate’s certificates and marks sheets with percentage of marks of the qualifying examination (A certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi that the candidate’s qualifying examination is equivalent to 10+2 standard of CBSE in India for the purpose of admission to MBBS/BDS/B.E/B. Pharmacy/Diploma in Engineering/Diploma in Pharmacy courses must be enclosed).
  • iii) Three attested copies of candidate’s:
    • a)first four pages of the passport;
    • b)citizenship certificate;
    • c)birth certificate;
    • d) character certificate from the Head of Institution last attended;

7. Last date for receipt of completed applications at the Consulate is 31st March, 2016.

8. Application from can be downloaded from (Link to open in a separate browser Application Form).

Contact Address Contact Person Phone Email
Consulate General of India, Dubai AL Hamriya Diplomatic Enclave P.O. Box 737, Dubai Mrs. Sumati Vasudev Consul (Education, Press & Info) 04-3968934 consuleducation@cgidubai.com

Changes in the EMIGRATE SYSTEM

CHANGES IN EMPLOYER REGISTRATION PROCESS IN EMIGARTE SYSTEM W.E.F 06.02.2016
The following changes have been made in the eMigrate system. All foreign employers are required to follow the following steps:

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1

Request Letter for FE Registration duly signed by Authorized Signatory/ individual Employer M M M
2 Copy of Registration Certificate/ trade license& Chamber Certificate M NA NA
3 Letter of Authorization in respect of Authorized Signatory on the organization letter head (Board Resolution in case of Company or Partnership)/POA of company M NA M
4 Copy of Passport / Emirates ID M M M
5 Copy of specimen signature of Authorized signatory/ Individual Employer(POA of company/passport or emirates id for individual sponsor) M M M
6 Copy of Address proof(Tenancy Contract copy/Water/Electricity bill copy) NA M M
7 Copy of Local Government Approval for recruiting Indian workers (MOL Registration form No.7 in case of companies/visa copy in case of Individual sponsor/Letter in Company letter head in case of Govt. companies) M M M

(M-Mandatory, NA-Not Applicable)

 

The requirement of offline submission of documents in the Embassy is discontinued.

The processing time for the registration of FEs will take 7 working days.

In the absence of any of the documents mentioned above, the application of the FE will be rejected by the Embassy.

Upon uploading the required documents by the FE, the application will be scrutinized by the competent authority and the successful applicants will receive a user name and password in their email, thus will become a registered Foreign Employer.

Dignitaries at the Republic Day Reception held on Jan 27, 2016 at Grand Hyatt Hotel, Dubai.

Mr. T.P. Seetharam, Ambassdor of India, Abu Dhabi with his spouse and Mr. Anurag Bhushan, Consul General of India, Dubai with his spouse along with the Chief Guest H.H. Sheikh Hasher Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum

Launch of CGI Dubai mobile application by the Chief Guest of the evening H.H. Sheikh Hasher Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, Director of Dubai Information Department and Mr. T.P. Seetharam, Ambassador of India, Abu Dhabi and Mr. Anurag Bhushan, Consul General of India, Dubai.

Mr. Anurag Bhushan, Consul General welcoming the Chief Guest, H.H. Sheikh Hasher Bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, Director of Dubai Information Department. Also see is Mr. T.P. Seetharam, Ambassador of India, Abu Dhabi.

Consul General addressing the gathering at the Indian High School Grounds. Also seen are Indian Cricketer Mr. Virender Sewag along with other dignitaries.

Children of Indian high School performing on the occasion of the 67th republic day celebration.

Watch LIVE-STREAMING OF THE REPUBLIC DAY PARADE 2016

Watch LIVE-STREAMING OF THE REPUBLIC DAY PARADE 2016

गणतंत्र दिवस 2016 की पूर्व संध्या पर भारत के राष्ट्रपति, श्री प्रणब मुखर्जी का राष्ट्र के नाम संदेश नई दिल्ली : 25 जनवरी, 2016

मेरे प्यारे देशवासियो,
हमारे राष्ट्र के सड़सठवें गणतंत्र दिवस की पूर्व संध्या पर, मैं भारत और विदेशों में बसे आप सभी को हार्दिक बधाई देता हूं। मैं, हमारी सशस्त्र सेनाओं, अर्ध-सैनिक बलों तथा आंतरिक सुरक्षा बल के सदस्यों को अपनी विशेष बधाई देता हूं। मैं उन वीर सैनिकों के प्रति श्रद्धांजलि अर्पित करता हूं जिन्होंने भारत की क्षेत्रीय अखंडता की रक्षा करने और विधि शासन को कायम रखने के लिए अपना जीवन बलिदान कर दिया।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
2. छब्बीस जनवरी 1950 को हमारे गणतंत्र का जन्म हुआ। इस दिन हमने स्वयं को भारत का संविधान दिया। इस दिन उन नेताओं की असाधारण पीढ़ी का वीरतापूर्ण संघर्ष पराकाष्ठा पर पहुंचा था जिन्होंने दुनिया के सबसे विशाल लोकतंत्र की स्थापना के लिए उपनिवेशवाद पर विजय प्राप्त की। उन्होंने राष्ट्रीय एकता, जो हमें यहां तक लेकर आई है, के निर्माण के लिए भारत की विस्मयकारी अनेकता को सूत्रबद्ध कर दिया। उनके द्वारा स्थापित स्थायी लोकतांत्रिक संस्थाओं ने हमें प्रगति के पथ पर अग्रसर रहने की सौगात दी है। आज भारत एक उदीयमान शक्ति है, एक ऐसा देश है जो विज्ञान, प्रौद्योगिकी, नवान्वेषण और स्टार्ट-अप में विश्व अग्रणी के रूप में तेजी से उभर रहा है और जिसकी आर्थिक सफलता विश्व के लिए एक कौतूहल है।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
3. वर्ष 2015 चुनौतियों का वर्ष रहा है। इस दौरान विश्व अर्थव्यवस्था में मंदी रही। वस्तु बाजारों पर असमंजस छाया रहा। संस्थागत कार्रवाई में अनिश्चितता आई। ऐसे कठिन माहौल में किसी भी राष्ट्र के लिए तरक्की करना आसान नहीं हो सकता। भारतीय अर्थव्यवस्था को भी दिक्कतों का सामना करना पड़ा। निवेशकों की आशंका के कारण भारत समेत अन्य उभरते बाजारों से धन वापस लिया जाने लगा जिससे भारतीय रुपए पर दबाव पड़ा। हमारा निर्यात प्रभावित हुआ। हमारे विनिर्माण क्षेत्र का अभी पूरी तरह उभरना बाकी है।
4. 2015 में हम प्रकृति की कृपा से भी वंचित रहे। भारत के अधिकतर हिस्सों पर भीषण सूखे का असर पड़ा जबकि अन्य हिस्से विनाशकारी बाढ़ की चपेट में आ गए। मौसम के असामान्य हालात ने हमारे कृषि उत्पादन को प्रभावित किया। ग्रामीण रोजगार और आमदनी के स्तर पर बुरा असर पड़ा।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
5. हम इन्हें चुनौतियां कह सकते हैं क्योंकि हम इनसे अवगत हैं। समस्या की पहचान करना और इसके समाधान पर ध्यान देना एक श्रेष्ठ गुण है। भारत इन समस्याओं को हल करने के लिए कार्यनीतियां बना रहा है और उनका कार्यान्वयन कर रहा है। इस वर्ष 7.3 प्रतिशत की अनुमानित विकास दर के साथ, भारत सबसे तेजी से बढ़ रही विशाल अर्थव्यवस्था बनने के मुकाम पर है। विश्व तेल कीमतों में गिरावट से बाह्य क्षेत्र को स्थिर बनाए रखने और घरेलू कीमतों को नियंत्रित करने में मदद मिली है। बीच-बीच में रुकावटों के बावजूद इस वर्ष उद्योगों का प्रदर्शन बेहतर रहा है।
6. आधार 96 करोड़ लोगों तक मौजूदा पहुंच के साथ, आर्थिक रिसाव रोकते हुए और पारदर्शिता बढ़ाते हुए लाभ के सीधे अंतरण में मदद कर रहा है। प्रधान मंत्री जन धन योजना के तहत खोले गए 19 करोड़ से ज्यादा बैंक खाते वित्तीय समावेशन के मामले में विश्व की अकेली सबसे विशाल प्रक्रिया है। सांसद आदर्श ग्राम योजना का लक्ष्य आदर्श गांवों का निर्माण करना है। डिजीटल भारत कार्यक्रम डिजीटल विभाजन को समाप्त करने का एक प्रयास है। प्रधान मंत्री फसल बीमा योजना का लक्ष्य किसानों की बेहतरी है। महात्मा गांधी राष्ट्रीय ग्रामीण रोजगार गारंटी अधिनियम जैसे कार्यक्रमों पर बढ़ाए गए खर्च का उद्देश्य ग्रामीण अर्थव्यवस्था को दोबारा सशक्त बनाने के लिए रोजगार में वृद्धि करना है।
7. भारत में निर्माण अभियान से व्यवसाय में सुगमता प्रदान करके और घरेलू उद्योग की स्पर्द्धा क्षमता बढ़ाकर विनिर्माण तेज होगा। स्टार्ट-अप इंडिया कार्यक्रम नवान्वेषण को बढ़ावा देगा और नए युग की उद्यमशीलता को प्रोत्साहित करेगा। राष्ट्रीय कौशल विकास मिशन में 2022 तक 30 करोड़ युवाओं को कुशल बनाने का विचार किया गया है।
8. हमारे बीच अकसर संदेहवादी और आलोचक होंगे। हमें शिकायत, मांग, विरोध करते रहना चाहिए। यह भी लोकतंत्र की एक विशेषता है। परंतु हमारे लोकतंत्र ने जो हासिल किया है, हमें उसकी भी सराहना करनी चाहिए। बुनियादी ढांचे, विनिर्माण, स्वास्थ्य, शिक्षा, विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी में निवेश से, हम और अधिक विकास दर प्राप्त करने की बेहतर स्थिति में हैं जिससे हमें अगले दस से पंद्रह वर्षों में गरीबी मिटाने में मदद मिलेगी।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
9. अतीत के प्रति सम्मान राष्ट्रीयता का एक आवश्यक पहलू है। हमारी उत्कृष्ट विरासत, लोकतंत्र की संस्थाएं सभी नागरिकों के लिए न्याय, समानता तथा लैंगिक और आर्थिक समता सुनिश्चित करती हैं। जब हिंसा की घृणित घटनाएं इन स्थापित आदर्शों, जो हमारी राष्ट्रीयता के मूल तत्त्व हैं, पर चोट करती हैं तो उन पर उसी समय ध्यान देना होगा। हमें हिंसा, असहिष्णुता और अविवेकपूर्ण ताकतों से स्वयं की रक्षा करनी होगी।
प्यारे देशवासियो :
10. विकास की शक्तियों को मजबूत बनाने के लिए, हमें सुधारों और प्रगतिशील विधान की आवश्यकता है। यह सुनिश्चित करना विधि निर्माताओं का परम कर्तव्य है कि पूरे विचार-विमर्श और परिचर्चा के बाद ऐसा विधान लागू किया जाए। सामंजस्य, सहयोग और सर्वसम्मति बनाने की भावना निर्णय लेने का प्रमुख तरीका होना चाहिए। निर्णय और कार्यान्वयन में विलम्ब से विकास प्रक्रिया का ही नुकसान होगा।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
11. विवेकपूर्ण चेतना और हमारे नैतिक जगत का प्रमुख उद्देश्य शांति है। यह सभ्यता की बुनियाद और आर्थिक प्रगति की जरूरत है। परंतु हम कभी भी यह छोटा सा सवाल नहीं पूछ पाए हैं : शांति प्राप्त करना इतना दूर क्यों है? टकराव को समाप्त करने से अधिक शांति स्थापित करना इतना कठिन क्यों रहा है?
12. विज्ञान और प्रौद्योगिकी में उल्लेखनीय क्रांति के साथ 20वीं सदी की समाप्ति पर, हमारे पास उम्मीद के कुछ कारण मौजूद थे कि 21वीं सदी एक ऐसा युग होगा जिसमें लोगों और देश की सामूहिक ऊर्जा उस बढ़ती हुई समृद्धि के लिए समर्पित होगी जो पहली बार घोर गरीबी के अभिशाप को मिटा देगी। यह उम्मीद इस शताब्दी के पहले पंद्रह वर्षों में फीकी पड़ गई है। क्षेत्रीय अस्थिरता में चिंताजनक वृद्धि के कारण व्यापक हिस्सों में अभूतपूर्व अशांति है। आतंकवाद की बुराई ने युद्ध को इसके सबसे बर्बर रूप में बदल दिया है। इस भयानक दैत्य से अब कोई भी कोना अपने आपको सुरक्षित महसूस नहीं कर सकता है।
13. आतंकवाद उन्मादी उद्देश्यों से प्रेरित है, नफरत की अथाह गहराइयों से संचालित है, यह उन कठपुतलीबाजों द्वारा भड़काया जाता है जो निर्दोष लोगों के सामूहिक संहार के जरिए विध्वंस में लगे हुए हैं। यह बिना किसी सिद्धांत की लड़ाई है, यह एक कैंसर है जिसका इलाज तीखी छुरी से करना होगा। आतंकवाद अच्छा या बुरा नहीं होता; यह केवल बुराई है।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
14. देश हर बात से कभी सहमत नहीं होगा; परंतु वर्तमान चुनौती अस्तित्व से जुड़ी है। आतंकवादी महत्त्वपूर्ण स्थायित्व की बुनियाद, मान्यता प्राप्त सीमाओं को नकारते हुए व्यवस्था को कमज़ोर करना चाहते हैं। यदि अपराधी सीमाओं को तोड़ने में सफल हो जाते हैं तो हम अराजकता के युग की ओर बढ़ जाएंगे। देशों के बीच विवाद हो सकते हैं और जैसा कि सभी जानते हैं कि जितना हम पड़ोसी के निकट होंगे, विवाद की संभावना उतनी अधिक होगी। असहमति दूर करने का एक सभ्य तरीका, संवाद है, जो सही प्रकार से कायम रहना चाहिए। परंतु हम गोलियों की बौछार के बीच शांति पर चर्चा नहीं कर सकते।
15. भयानक खतरे के दौरान हमें अपने उपमहाद्वीप में विश्व के लिए एक पथप्रदर्शक बनने का ऐतिहासिक अवसर प्राप्त हुआ है। हमें अपने पड़ोसियों के साथ शांतिपूर्ण वार्ता के द्वारा अपनी भावनात्मक और भू-राजनीतिक धरोहर के जटिल मुद्दों को सुलझाने का प्रयास करना चाहिए, और यह जानते हुए एक दूसरे की समृद्धि में विश्वास जताना चाहिए कि मानव की सर्वोत्तम परिभाषा दुर्भावनाओं से नहीं बल्कि सद्भावना से दी जाती है। मैत्री की बेहद जरूरत वाले विश्व के लिए हमारा उदाहरण अपने आप एक संदेश का कार्य कर सकता है।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
16. भारत में हर एक को एक स्वस्थ, खुशहाल और कामयाब जीवन जीने का अधिकार है। इस अधिकार का, विशेषकर हमारे शहरों में, उल्लंघन किया जा रहा है, जहां प्रदूषण खतरनाक स्तर पर पहुंच चुका है। जलवायु परिवर्तन अपने असली रूप में सामने आया जब 2015 सबसे गर्म वर्ष के रूप में दर्ज किया गया। विभिन्न स्तरों पर अनेक कार्यनीतियों और कार्रवाई की आवश्यकता है। शहरी योजना के नवान्वेषी समाधान, स्वच्छ ऊर्जा का प्रयोग और लोगों की मानसिकता में बदलाव के लिए सभी भागीदारों की सक्रिय हिस्सेदारी जरूरी है। लोगों द्वारा अपनाए जाने पर ही इन परिवर्तनों का स्थायित्व सुनिश्चित हो सकता है।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
17. अपनी मातृभूमि से प्रेम समग्र प्रगति का मूल है। शिक्षा, अपने ज्ञानवर्धक प्रभाव से, मानव प्रगति और समृद्धि पैदा करती है। यह भावनात्मक शक्तियां विकसित करने में सहायता करती है जिससे सोई उम्मीदें और भुला दिए गए मूल्य दोबारा जाग्रत हो जाते हैं। डॉ. सर्वपल्ली राधाकृष्णन ने कहा था, ‘‘शिक्षा का अंतिम परिणाम एक उन्मुक्त रचनाशील मनुष्य है जो ऐतिहासिक परिस्थितियों और प्राकृतिक विपदाओं के विरुद्ध लड़ सकता है।’’ ‘चौथी औद्योगिक क्रांति’ पैदा करने के लिए जरूरी है कि यह उन्मुक्त और रचनाशील मनुष्य उन बदलावों को आत्मसात करने के लिए परिवर्तन गति पर नियंत्रण रखे जो व्यवस्थाओं और समाजों के भीतर स्थापित होते जा रहे हैं। एक ऐसे माहौल की आवश्यकता है जो महत्त्वपूर्ण विचारशीलता को बढ़ावा दे और अध्यापन को बौद्धिक रूप से उत्साहवर्धक बनाए। इससे विद्वता प्रेरित होगी और ज्ञान एवं शिक्षकों के प्रति गहरा सम्मान बढ़ेगा। इससे महिलाओं के प्रति आदर की भावना पैदा होगी जिससे व्यक्ति जीवन पर्यन्त सामाजिक सदाचार के मार्ग पर चलेगा। इसके द्वारा गहन विचारशीलता की संस्कृति प्रोत्साहित होगी और चिंतन एवं आंतरिक शांति का वातावरण पैदा होगा। हमारी शैक्षिक संस्थाएं मन में जाग्रत विविध विचारों के प्रति उन्मुक्त दृष्टिकोण के जरिए, विश्व स्तरीय बननी चाहिए। अंतरराष्ट्रीय वरीयताओं में प्रथम दो सौ में स्थान प्राप्त करने वाले दो भारतीय उच्च शिक्षा संस्थानों के द्वारा यह शुरुआत पहले ही हो गई है।
प्यारे देशवासियो,
18. पीढ़ी का परिवर्तन हो चुका है। युवा बागडोर संभालने के लिए आगे आ चुके हैं। ‘नूतन युगेर भोरे’ के टैगोर के इन शब्दों के साथ आगे कदम बढ़ाएं :
‘‘चोलाय चोलाय बाजबे जायेर भेरी-
पायेर बेगी पॉथ केटी जाय कोरिश ने आर
देरी।’’
आगे बढ़ो, नगाड़ों का स्वर तुम्हारे विजयी प्रयाण की घोषणा करता है
शान के साथ कदमों से अपना पथ बनाएं;
देर मत करो, देर मत करो, एक नया युग आरंभ हो रहा है।
धन्यवाद,
जय हिंद!

ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA ON THE EVE OF THE REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA 2016 NEW DELHI: Jan 25, 2016

My Fellow Citizens:
1. On the eve of the sixty-seventh Republic Day of our nation, I extend warm greetings to all of you in India and abroad. I convey my special greetings to members of our Armed Forces, Para-military Forces and Internal Security Forces. I pay my tribute to the brave soldiers who made the supreme sacrifice of their lives in defending India’s territorial integrity and in upholding the rule of law.

Fellow Citizens:
2. On twenty-sixth January 1950, our Republic was born. On this day, we gave ourselves the Constitution of India. This day saw the culmination of heroic struggle of an extraordinary generation of leaders who overcame colonialism to establish the world’s largest democracy. They pulled together India’s amazing diversity to build national unity, which has brought us so far. The enduring democratic institutions they established have given us the gift of continuity on the path of progress. India today is a rising power, a country fast emerging as a global leader in science, technology, innovation and start-ups, and whose economic success is the envy of the world.

Fellow Citizens:
3. The year 2015 has been a year of challenges. During this year, the global economy remained subdued. Unpredictability ruled the commodity markets. Uncertainty marked the institutional responses. In such troubled environment, no one nation could be an oasis of growth. India’s economy also had to face the blowback. Weak investor sentiments led to withdrawal of funds from emerging markets including India putting pressure on the Indian rupee. Our exports suffered. Our manufacturing sector is yet to recover fully.

4. In 2015, we were also denied the bounty of nature. While large parts of India were affected by severe drought, other areas reeled under devastating floods. Unusual weather conditions impacted our agricultural production. Rural employment and income levels suffered.

Fellow Citizens:
5. We can call out these challenges because we are aware of them. There is a great virtue in acknowledging a problem and resolving to address it. India is building and implementing strategies to solve these problems. This year, with an estimated growth rate of 7.3 percent, India is poised to become the fastest growing large economy. Contraction in global oil prices has helped maintain external sector stability and control domestic prices. Despite occasional setbacks, industrial performance this year has been strong.

6. Aadhaar, with its present reach of 96 crore people, is helping in direct transfer of benefits, plugging leakages and improving transparency. Over 19 crore bank accounts opened under the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana is the single largest exercise in the world at financial inclusion. The Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana aims to create model villages. The Digital India programme is an effort to bridge the digital divide. The Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana targets farmer’s welfare. Increased spending on programmes like MGNREGA is aimed at enhancing employment generation to rejuvenate the rural economy.

7. The Make-in-India campaign will boost manufacturing by facilitating easy conduct of business and improving competitiveness of domestic industry. The Start-up India programme will foster innovation and encourage new-age entrepreneurship. The National Skill Development Mission envisages skilling 300 million youth by 2022.

8. There will be, amongst us, occasional doubters and baiters. Let us continue to complain; to demand; to rebel. This too is a virtue of democracy. But let us also applaud what our democracy has achieved. With investments in infrastructure, manufacturing, health, education, science and technology, we are positioning ourselves well for achieving a higher growth rate which will in the next ten to fifteen years help us eliminate poverty.

Fellow Citizens:
9. Reverence for the past is one of the essential ingredients of nationalism. Our finest inheritance, the institutions of democracy, ensure to all citizens justice, equality, and gender and economic equity. When grim instances of violence hit at these established values which are at the core of our nationhood, it is time to take note. We must guard ourselves against the forces of violence, intolerance and unreason.

Fellow Citizens:
10. For revitalizing the forces of growth, we need reforms and progressive legislation. It is the bounden duty of the law makers to ensure that such legislation is enacted after due discussion and debate. A spirit of accommodation, cooperation and consensus-building should be the preferred mode of decision-making. Delays in decision-making and implementation can only harm the process of development.

Fellow Citizens:
11. Peace is the primary objective of a rational consciousness as well as our moral universe. It is the foundation of civilization and a necessity for economic progress. And yet, we have never been able to answer a simple question: why does peace remain so elusive? Why has peace been so much more difficult to attain than degenerate conflict?

12. As the twentieth century closed down with a remarkable revolution in science and technology, we had some reason for optimism that the twenty-first century would mark an era in which the energies of people and nations would be committed to a rising prosperity that would eliminate, for the first time, the curse of extreme poverty. That optimism has faded in the first fifteen years of this century. There is unprecedented turbulence across vast regions, with alarming increase in regional instabilities. The scourge of terrorism has reshaped war into its most barbaric manifestation. No corner can now consider itself safe from this savage monster.

13. Terrorism is inspired by insane objectives, motivated by bottomless depths of hatred, instigated by puppeteers who have invested heavily in havoc through the mass murder of innocents. This is war beyond any doctrine, a cancer which must be operated out with a firm scalpel. There is no good or bad terrorism; it is pure evil.

Fellow Citizens:
14. Nations will never agree on everything; but the challenge today is existential. Terrorists seek to undermine order by rejecting the very basis of strategic stability, which are recognized borders. If outlaws are able to unravel borders, then we are heading towards an age of chaos. There will be disputes among nations; and, as is well-known, the closer we are to a neighbour the higher the propensity for disputes. There is a civilized way to bridge disagreement; dialogue, ideally, should be a continual engagement. But we cannot discuss peace under a shower of bullets.

15. We on our subcontinent have a historic opportunity to become a beacon to the world at a time of great danger. We must attempt to resolve the complex edges of our emotional and geo-political inheritance with our neighbours through a peaceful dialogue, and invest in mutual prosperity by recognizing that human beings are best defined by a humane spirit, and not their worst instincts. Our example can be its own message to a world in anxious need of amity.

Fellow Citizens:
16. Each of us has the right to lead a healthy, happy and productive life in India. This right has been breached, especially in our cities, where pollution has reached alarming levels. Climate change has acquired real meaning with 2015 turning out to be the warmest year on record. Multiple strategies and action at various levels is necessary. Innovative solutions of urban planning, use of clean energy, and changing the mindsets of the people call for active participation of all stakeholders. Permanence of such changes can be ensured only if people own these changes.

Fellow Citizens:
17. Love for one’s motherland is the basis of all progress. Education, with its enlightening effect, leads to human progress and prosperity. It helps us develop forces of spirit which can revive lost hopes and ignored values. Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan had said and I quote: “End-product of education should be a free creative man who can battle against historical circumstances and adversities of nature” (unquote). The advent of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” demands that this free and creative man should also be able to master the velocity of change to absorb disruptions which are getting embedded in the systems and societies. An eco-system that fosters critical thinking and makes teaching intellectually stimulating is necessary. It must inspire scholarship and encourage unfettered respect for knowledge and teachers. It must instill a spirit of reverence towards women that will guide social conduct of an individual throughout his life. It must breed a culture of deep thought and create an environment of contemplation and inner peace. Through an open-minded approach to the wider spectrum of ideas emanating from within, our academic institutions must become world-class. A beginning has already been made with two Indian institutes of higher education finding place in the top two hundred in international rankings.
Fellow Citizens:

18. The generational change has happened. Youth have moved centre-stage to take charge. March ahead with Tagore’s words from Nutan Yuger Bhore:

“CHOLAAY CHOLAAY BAAJBEY JOYER BHEREE –
PAAYER BEGEYI POTH KETEY JAAY, KORISH NEY AAR DERI”

Move ahead, the roll of drums announce your triumphal march;
With feet of glory, you shall cut out your own path;
Delay not, delay not, a new age dawns.

Thank you.

Jai Hind!

Mars Orbiter Mission

MARS Exploration – Significance

Of all the planets in the solar system, Mars has sparked the greatest human interest as the conditions in Mars are believed to be hospitable since the planet is similar to Earth in many ways. Mars has surface features reminiscent of both the impact craters of the Moon and volcanoes, deserts and polar ice of Earth.

Mars and Earth have almost equal period of revolution around its axis. Mars takes 24 hours and 37 minutes to complete one revolution around its axis. While Earth takes approximately 365 days to orbit around the Sun, Mars takes 687 days for the same. The gravity of Mars is roughly one- third of Earth’s gravity and it has a thin atmosphere with a pressure of 1 % that of Earth.

For ages, humans have been speculating about life on Mars. Recent discovery of Methane on Mars suggest that life could exist on Mars. It entails more and more understanding of the Martian surface, its topography, geology, landforms, mineralogy, and its upper atmosphere to understand the evolution of universe.

The Indian Mission to Mars is primarily intended to establish Indian technological capability to reach the Mars, orbit around it and also provide an excellent opportunity, to the scientific community, to further understand the Martian Science. Also, having demonstrated the technological capability in reaching the Moon, the next logical step go forth into interplanetary space is Mars.

Indian MARS Orbiter Mission

Mars Orbiter Mission is ISRO’s first interplanetary mission with an orbiter craft designed to orbit Mars in an elliptical orbit of 366 km x 80000 km. Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is a complex technological mission considering the critical mission operations and stringent requirements on propulsion, communications and other bus systems of the spacecraft.

Being the first Indian mission to the planet Mars, the primary technological objective is to design and realize a spacecraft with a capability to – perform Earth Bound Manoeuvre, reach Mars (Martian Transfer Trajectory) with the least amount of fuel, Mars Orbit Insertion and then to orbit around Mars. It has been configured to undertake limited scientific studies during the orbital life of the spacecraft, using the five Indian scientific instruments onboard to study the Mars surface and its atmosphere.

Scientific Instruments (Payload) on the Orbiter

Science Theme Payload Primary objective
Atmospheric studies Lyman Alpha Photometer (LAP)

Measures relative abundance of deuterium and hydrogen.

Measurement of Deuterium /Hydrogen (D/H) Ratio allows understanding of the loss process of water from the planet.

  Methane Sensor for Mars (MSM)

Measures Methane (CH4) in the Martian atmosphere with high level of accuracy and map its sources.

Plasma and Particle environment studies Mars Exospheric Neutral Composition Analyser (MENCA)

Map neutral composition in exosphere, Martian upper atmosphere

Surface Imaging studies Mars Color Camera (MCC)

This tri-color Mars Color Camera gives images of Martian surface. It is useful for monitoring the dynamic events and weather of Mars.
It will also be used for probing the two satellites of Mars – Phobos and Deimos.

  TIR imaging spectrometer (TIR)

Measures thermal emission and can be operated during day & night. It will map the surface and mineral composition of Mars.

Technological Challenges of Mars Orbiter Mission

To provide robust thermal environment and augmented radiation shielding to the spacecraft & payloads to cope with a wide range of thermal environment (from Near Earth conditions to Mars conditions) and harsh radiation conditions due to prolonged exposure.

To build a robust and reliable propulsion system (Liquid Engine), which needs to restart after almost 300 days of voyage to insert the spacecraft into an orbit around Mars.

To build high level of onboard autonomy within the Orbiter to deal with communication delay of the order of 40 minutes. Autonomy logics manage the spacecraft when communication interruptions occur when – (i) the spacecraft is occulted by planet Mars; (ii) Whiteouts/ Blackouts due to
Sun; (iii) spacecraft enters Safe-mode

To augment Deep Space Network to be able to command the spacecraft from the ground station when it is at a distance of nearly 400 Million km, which is 1000 times more than the distance Moon and earth.

Launch and Post Launch Orbit Maneuvers

The country witnessed with pride, when India’s first interplanetary spacecraft “Mars Orbiter” was successfully launched on November 05, 2013 at 2:38 pm by India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C25 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre. Mars Orbiter was precisely injected into an elliptical earth orbit (with a perigee of 248.4 km and an apogee of 23,550 km, inclined at an angle of 19.27 deg to the equator).

Subsequent to the six orbit-raising manoeuvres, crucial the Tran-Mars Injection Manoeuvre was precisely executed on December 1, 2013 and the Spacecraft was placed on course to the Red Planet along a helio-centric path of 680 million km.

Mars Orbit Insertion on 24th Sep 2014

After a 300 days journey in deep space, on September 24, 2014, India’s Mars Orbiter Spacecraft successfully entered into an elliptical orbit around planet Mars by firing its 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor along with eight smaller liquid engines.

With successful Mars Orbit Insertion, ISRO became the fourth space agency to successfully send a spacecraft to Mars orbit and India became the first country in the world to do so in its first attempt.

Mars Orbiter Successfully handled Solar Conjunction

Solar Conjunction is a natural phenomenon in which the Mars, the Sun and the Earth get aligned. Such alignment affects all communication signals from Mars Orbiter towards the Earth. Mars Orbiter is built with onboard autonomy to handle such blackout operations.

Mars Orbiter went under ‘solar conjunction’ at Mars, which means the Orbiter, which is orbiting Mars, is behind the Sun as viewed from the Earth. As a result of this event, which happens once in 2.2 years for Mars, communication signals from the spacecraft are severely disrupted by the Sun’s corona (outer atmosphere).

Mars Orbiter was under solar conjunction from May 27th to 1st July 2015. The communications from ground to spacecraft were totally stopped with effect from May 28, 2015. No commands were transmitted to the spacecraft during this period and all payload operations were suspended.

In the month of July, 2015; the Mars orbiter successfully came out of the solar conjunction. It is worth mentioning that No reconfiguration of the spacecraft was required, as the on-board autonomy properly functioned.

Current Status

India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) has completed one year around Mars on September 24, 2015 and accomplished its planned mission objectives. MOM and all its scientific payloads are in good health and it continues to provide valuable data of Mars surface and its atmosphere. The increased duration of observation of Mars by five scientific payloads will enhance the planetary science data and would also enable coverage of Mars in different seasons.

The images of Mars captured by the Mars Colour Camera have been received and found to be of very good quality. The Mars Colour Camera has so far produced 513 images.

Joint morphological studies using MCC and the high resolution mineralogical data with the NASA CRISM data was carried out, which enables the identification of different compounds like sulphates and ferrous based compounds.

The dust patterns around high altitude regions and in Valles were studied and mean height of dust layer was estimated to be ~1.5 km. Albedo using the 1.65 micron studies of the reference channel of Methane sensor for Mars (MSM) was also estimated.

Significant achievements & Recognitions

First interplanetary mission realized by India and first Indian spacecraft to incorporate full scale on-board autonomy to overcome the long distances and the communication gaps due to non-visibility periods.

First Mars mission in the world to succeed Mars Orbit Insertion in first attempt.

First Indian spacecraft to successfully survive Van Allen belt crossing 39 times. First Indian spacecraft to escape the Sphere Of Influence of Earth and orbit Sun.

Most economical interplanetary mission in the world and paved way for cost-effective access to deep space.

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) – Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) team won the US based National Space Society’s ”Space Pioneer Award” for science and engineering category for the year 2015.

The Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development is awarded to ISRO in recognition of its path-breaking achievement, culminating in Mars Orbiter Mission, its significant contribution in strengthening international cooperation in peaceful use of outer space.

IRNSS: Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System

IRNSS is an independent regional navigation satellite system being developed by India. It is designed to provide the position and timing services through an independent Indian regional navigation satellite constellation of seven satellites. The main objective of IRNSS System is to provide positioning services with an absolute position accuracy of better than 20 meters over Indian Land Mass and a region extending to the about 1500 Kms around India.

IRNSS consists of seven satellites in a constellation, three satellites in geostationary orbit (GEO) and four satellites in geosynchronous orbit (GSO) with inclination of 29° to the equatorial plane. Three GEO satellites placed at 32.5°E, 83°E & 131.5°E orbital locations and two geosynchronous satellites each placed in the GSO with an equator crossing at 55°E & 111.75°E with an inclination of 29°.

A first four IRNSS satellites viz., IRNSS-1A, 1B, 1C and ID were successfully launched on July 02, 2013, April 04, 2014, October 16, 2014 and March 28, 2015 respectively and are already operational in orbit. With the operationalisation of four navigational satellites in orbit, it is now possible to provide Position, Navigation and Timing services.

Launch of Fifth IRNSS Satellite – IRNSS-1E:

ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C31, successfully launched the 1425 kg IRNSS-1E, the fifth satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) on January 20, 2016 at 09:31 hrs (IST) from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. This is the thirty second consecutively successful mission of PSLV and the eleventh in its ‘XL’ configuration.

IRNSS-1E Satellite was injected to an elliptical orbit of 282.4 km X 20,655.3 km inclined at an angle of 19.21 degree to the equator (very close to the intended orbit). After injection, the solar panels of IRNSS-1E were deployed automatically. In the coming days, four orbit manoeuvres will be conducted from Master Control Facility to position the satellite in the Geosynchronous Orbit at 111.75 deg East longitude with 28.1 deg inclination.

A number of ground stations responsible for the generation and transmission of navigation parameters, satellite ranging and monitoring, etc., have been established in eighteen locations across the country.

Applications:

Fifth Meeting of the Board of Trustees India Development Foundation of Overseas Indians

05 December 2015

The Fifth Meeting of the Board of Trustees, the second this year, of India Development Foundation of Overseas Indians (IDF-OI) was held on December 05, 2015 in New Delhi. The meeting was chaired by the Hon’ble Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs, Smt. Sushma Swaraj. The Board reviewed the progress made by IDF-OI on the revised mandate given in the last Board Meeting in May 23, 2015 i.e. to promote the flagship programmes of Government of IndiaSwachh Bharat Mission and National Mission for Clean Ganga; projects identified by State Govts; and donor advised projects.

To strengthen and deepen the relationship with Indian Diaspora, IDF-OI conducted an outreach in UAE in which many Overseas Indians committed to the Swachh Bharat Mission. The Board welcomed IDF-OI’s outreach initiatives and suggested that the next outreach events may be held in Qatar and UK.
In the forthcoming Pravasi Bhartiya Divas Conference 2016, there will be a session on facilitating contributions by Overseas Indians through IDF-OI.

The Board Meeting was attended by prominent Indians and NRIs Shri Yusuff Ali, Shri Subhash Jindal, Dr. B.K. Agnihotri, Shri Ashok Chowgule, Ms. Ritu Beri and Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak. Senior Officials from Ministries of Home Affairs, External Affairs, NITI Aayog and Finance were also present. Details of the project are at IDF-OI’s website www.idfoi.org

BLS International Services centers will remain closed on Dec 2 & 3, 2015

All BLS International Services centers in UAE would be closed on Wednesday – 2nd December, and Thursday – 3rd December, 2015 and shall resume work on normal timings – 8.00am to 8.00pm (last token at 6:30pm) on and from Saturday 5th December, 2015.

Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, and Broadcasting, Mr. Arun Jaitely along with other dignitaries at the UAE-India Economic Forum 2015 held at the Burj Al Arab Hotel on Nov 16, 2015.

Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, and Broadcasting, Mr. Arun Jaitely along with Dignitaries At The UAE – India Economic Forum 2015 Held At The Burj Al Arab Hotel On Nov 16, 2015

Dignitaries at the UAE – India Economic Forum 2015 held at the Burj Al Arab Hotel on Nov 16, 2015

Minister For Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, And Broadcasting, Mr. Arun Jaitely Being Welcomed at the Indian Community Meeting At The Address Hotel On Nov 16, 2015.

Mrs. Neeta Bhushan, DCM, Embassy of India, Abu Dhabi presenting a bouquet on behalf of the Indian Community to Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, and Broadcasting, Mr. Arun Jaitely at the Address Hotel on Nov 16, 2015.

Mr. Arun Jaitely, Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, and Broadcasting along with Mr. T.P. Seetharam, Ambassador to The UAE addressing the Indian Community at The Address Hotel on Nov 16, 2015.

Mr. Arun Jaitely, Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, and Broadcasting addressing the press at The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina

Mr. Arun Jaitely, Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs, Information, and Broadcasting addressing the Indian Community at The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina

Sanskrit Classes at the Consulate

To observe “World Hindi Day” and activities related to promotion of Hindi and propagation, popularization and development of Sanskrit language in foreign countries, Consulate General of India, Dubai proposes to conduct Sanskrit classes – Sanskrit Sanbhashana Shibiram, Balakendram, Saptahik Melanam, Patralaya Preeksha Abhyasam – in the Consulate premises.

The course will be open to everyone including children from grade 1. The information may also be disseminated among your friends/community who intends to join. Classes are free of cost.

40 Seats are available on first come first serve basis. All interested are requested to register through link: Click here to register

For more information please contact, Mrs. Sumitra on 050-9140537 or email: sumitra16@gmail.com

The first batch of 10-days (20hrs) Spoken Sanskrit classes “Sanskrit Sambhashana Shibiram” was successfully completed on 12th February 2016 and the classes had a participation of 60 members during the entire classes. A valedictory function was organized on the closing day, 12th February 2016, students expressed their gratitude towards the Indian Consulate through their excellent performances of skit & songs in Sanskrit language.

In continuation with 10 days Spoken Sanskrit classes and follow up classes, Sanskrit Mnathan – a lecture and an interactive session in Sanskrit was organized at the Consulate auditorium on 10th April 2016 by Shri Chamu Krishna Shastri, General Secretary of Samskrita Bharti. Students of Sanskrit Sambhashana Shibiram were awarded with participation certificates by Mr. Chamu Krishna Shastri and Mrs.Sumathi Vasudev, Consul (Culture).

Public Advisory for Hand Written Passports

Indian citizens living in India and abroad are advised to apply for urgent re-issuance of their passports in the following cases:-

(i) HANDWRITTEN PASSPORTS

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has set a deadline of the 24th November, 2015 for globally phasing out of all non-Machine Readable Passports (MRPs). From the 25th November, 2015 onwards, foreign Governments may deny Visa or entry to any person travelling on a non-Machine Readable Passport.

The Government of India has been issuing Machine Readable Passports since 2001. The Passports, however, issued before 2001 and particularly those issued during mid 1990s with a validity of 20 years will fall in the category of non-MRPs. All handwritten passports with pasted photographs are also considered non-MRPs.
By the end of November 2014, it is estimated that there are approximately 2.86 lakh handwritten passports in circulation. Approximately 6 crore Indian hold valid passports.
Indian citizens residing in India and abroad and holding such passports with validity beyond the 24th November, 2015 are advised to apply for re-issue of their passports well before the deadline in order to avoid any inconvenience in obtaining valid visa or international travel.

(ii) PASSPORTS VALID FOR LESS THAN SIX MONTHS
Many international travellers may not realise that having an unexpired passport is sometimes not enough to obtain Visas or to enter certain foreign countries. Indian citizens travelling on Passports which may expire in less than six months should renew their passports before any upcoming international travel. It is especially important to check the passports needs of any minor who may be accompanying their parents as passports for minors have a shorter validity period (5 years) than passports for adults (10 years). The universal practice in vogue now is; “Once your passport crosses the nine-year mark, it is time to get new passport”.

(iii) EXHAUSTION OF VISA PAGES
Some countries do not accept passports which may have fewer than two pages remaining. Please check your passport to ensure that you have enough visa pages. There is no provision of additional booklets/pages and you will be required to apply reissuance of passport following standard procedures. Frequent travellers may opt for Jumbo Passport containing 64 pages.

2. All Passport Issuing Authorities have instituted a simple and fast-track procedure for renewal of passports. For more details related to passport services, website – www.passportindia.gov.in – or the National Call Centre (1800-258-1800 – Toll Free) may be accessed. Indian citizens living abroad should visit the website of respective Indian Mission/Post.

Sanskrit Classes at the Consulate

To observe “World Hindi Day” and activities related to promotion of Hindi and propagation, popularization and development of Sanskrit language in foreign countries, Consulate General of India, Dubai proposes to conduct Sanskrit classes – Sanskrit Sanbhashana Shibiram, Balakendram, Saptahik Melanam, Patralaya Preeksha Abhyasam – in the Consulate premises.

The course will be open to everyone including children from grade 1. The information may also be disseminated among your friends/community who intends to join. Classes are free of cost.

40 Seats are available on first come first serve basis. All interested are requested to register through link: Click here to register

For more information please contact, Mrs. Sumitra on 050-9140537 or email: sumitra16@gmail.com

GENUINENESS CERTIFICATES READY TO BE COLLECTED AT CGI

The Certificates may be collected from the Consulate between 08.30 to 11.30 am with Original IVS receipt.

Sl No Name University Degree
1 Raysa N.P Manipal University MSc
2 Malathi. P University of Calicut BA
3 Sindhu N.S University of Calicut BSc
4 Bhawana Prem Bharati Vidhyapeeth Deemed University B Cli Optometry
5 Arundhathi Annamalai Univeristy Bed
6 Prasanna. B Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University B Physio
7 Sanoop Mothanga State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Civil Engg
8 Anil Kumar. M University of Kerala B Tech
9 Sreerekha. S University of Calicut BA
10 Asiya Meraj University of Lucknow MA
11 Fatima Zahra Univesity of Lucknow BA
12 Mohammed Ramis Cochin Univesity of Science & Technology B Tech
13 Mohnisha T.P Bharatiar University BSc
14 Syed Nayeem Ul Hassan Gulbarga Univeristy BE
15 Sushmita A.S University of Calicut BSc
16 Vinita Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya BSc
17 Sujana. P University of Calicut BA
18 Karthick. C Christian Medical College Dip in Anas Tech
19 Preetha.S Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
20 Sreekumar. R Vinaya Missions University B Arch
21 Kripalatha K University of Calicut MSc
22 Mohammed Rafi J.S Univeristy of Kerala BA
23 Resmi K.R University of Calicut BA
24 Savita Bansi Kamble Shivaji University BSc
25 Lisa C.J University of Calicut MSc
26 Rajeena M.R University of Kerala BSc
27 Happy C. Joya Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University BSc
28 Soja. C. K University of Kerala MEd
29 Soja. C. K Annamalai Univeristy MSc
30 Bindu M. George Shivaji University MSW
31 Deepa.T University of Calicut BEd
32 Rajina A Kannur University BEd
33 Asha M.N Anna University MCA
34 Narendranath Pushpadapu Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences BSc
35 Suja. O Directorate od Medical Education, Kerala Dip in Opth Assis
36 Renakumar. A. R Directorate od Medical Education, Kerala Dip in Opth Assis
37 Sayed Maheboob Vazir Directorate of Art, Maharashtra Dip in Arch
38 Sivarajan. S Anna University BE
39 Akbar Ali. N Anna University BE
40 Farhana Begum Osmania University BEd
41 Kavitha .P University of Calicut BA
42 Packiyaraj.M Anna University BE
43 Nisreen Saifee Vikram University MSc
44 Hansa. S. S Univeristy of Kerala BSc
45 Reni K.G Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bsc
46 Mohd. Shujath Ali Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University B Tech
47 Binsiya U.I Bharathiar University BSc
48 Rajani K.P Bharathiar University BA
49 Shyni Mathew Board of Examination in General Nursing & Midwifery Dip in Gen Nursing & Midwifery
50 Ansu V. Lukose Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
51 Thushara L. Raj University of Kerala BSc
52 Ashoka Board of Technical Examination, Karnataka Dip in Civil Engg
53 Kannan. M Annamalai Univeristy Dip in Pharmacy
54 Mirshad. K Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University B Pharm
55 Aneesh T.K Univeristy of Calicut BSc
56 Deepa.T University of Calicut BA
57 Tintu Joy Univeristy of Calicut BA
58 Sumy Susan Philip University of Calicut BSc
59 Ummuselma Poovadan University of Calicut MA
60 Shaniya. P.M Univeristy of Calicut MSc
61 Radhakrihsnan. C.G University of Calicut B Tech
62 Rajina .A University of Calicut BA
63 Suzanna Gladis Barboza Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Msc
64 Suzanna Gladis Barboza Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
65 Sibeesh C.V University of Calicut B Physio
66 Jayasudha .A University of Calicut BA
67 Hassan. K.A University of Calicut BA
68 Sahna. S Univeristy of Calicut Msc
69 Ajila. A.S University of Kerala BEd
70 Zubin V.S University of Calicut B Ed
71 Vandana. C University of Calicut BA
72 Rajesh. K.R Mahatma Gandhi University B Com
73 Anila U.N Mahatma Gandhi University BA
74 Sejina Francis University of Calicut BSc
75 Nishida Muhammed University of Calicut B Com
76 Aswathy. S Bangalore University BSc
77 Jyothi J. Patrao Mangalore University BSc
78 Kavitha .P Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit MSW
79 Betty Markose Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
80 Lijimol Joseph Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
81 Binsily Stephen Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
82 Kently Philip Abraham Sri Ramachandra University BSc
83 Hifzurrehaman Peerzade Karnatak University B Com
84 Syed Rafiuddin Gulbarga University BE
85 Deepa.T University of Calicut MA
86 Amera Jabeen Osmania University BSc , Bed
87 Mohammed Furgan Anna University BE
88 Praseela Jose University of Calicut BEd
89 Mohd. Rashid Jawaharlal Nehru University MA
90 Shaima Sirajudheen University of Kerala MSc
91 Raseena C.O University of Calicut BSc
92 Sajithakumari .K University of Calicut BEd
93 Ashish Kumar Verma University of Allahabad BA
94 Deepu Prasad Mahatma Gandhi University B Tech
95 Aishath Rahila Mangalore University BSc
96 Rekha C.R University of Calicut MA
97 Aishath Rahila Katurba Medical Colleage, Mangalore MSc
98 Marur Thankachan Benny Sikkim Manipal Univeristy of Health, Medical & Tehcnological Sciences MBA
99 Devika Bhaskaran University of Kerala BA
100 Prabha K.V University of Calicut BA
101 Vrinda .R University of Calicut BA
102 Manjusha .S Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
103 Neethu John K.J Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc, MSc
104 Prabha K.V Vinaya Missions Sankarachariyar Dental College Dental Hyg Cert Course
105 Raj Kamal. S Univeristy of Kerala BBA
106 Abdullah Aligarh Muslim University Dip in Dialysis Techniques
107 Sherin K Basheer University of Kerala BSc
108 Sujitha .S State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Civil Engg
109 Anita Malviya Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore BA
110 Remya S.P University of Kerala BSc
111 Smeia Wani Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agri, Tech& Sciences MSc
112 Maria Annam. A Manonmaniam Sundaranar University BSc
113 Satya Bhavana Verma Ch. Charan Singh University BEd
114 Ajith Kumar C.H University of Calicut Bcom
115 Sahna.S University of Calicut BSc
116 Raja.A Vinayaka Missions University BE
117 Archana R.S Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
118 Teenu John Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences MSc
119 Rincy Richard University of Kerala BSc
120 Anipriya.P University of Calicut BSc
121 Rajalekshmi .I University of Kerala BEd
122 Sheeba. S Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala D Pharm
123 Neethu Mathew Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences BSc
124 Periyasamy .D Tamil Nadu Agricultural University BSc
125 Raveendranath Macherla Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University B Tech
126 Rene Varghese Cherian University of Madras B Arch
127 Linda Jacob University of Kerala BSc
128 Shahina Beegum University of Kerala BEd
129 Salima C.P Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University BSc
130 Noufal .M Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University B Pharm
131 Ansu V. Lukose Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
132 Vinita Ramaswamy Annamalai Univeristy MSc
133 Md. Mustafa Ali Karrar Jadavpur University B Pharm
134 Sabir.M Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala Dip in Ope Theatre Tech
135 George Kuruvilla Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University BE
136 Ummusalma Kappan Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala D Pharm
137 Thomas Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
138 Nameera Abu .K Kannur University B Com
139 Tahoora Bano Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences B Physio, M Physio
140 S. Raj Kamal Institute of Rural Management Anand P.G. Dip Rural Management
141 Rajitha .R Univeristy of Calicut BA
142 Remya .R.S University of Kerala BA
143 Srinath K.R University of Mysore BE
144 K. Rajan Sri Ramachandra University BSc
145 Rashmi Vegas Mangalore University BSc
146 Dominic Thangarajan. J Vinayaka Missions University MSc
147 Ansu V. Lukose Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
148 Shaniya .P.M University of Calicut BA
149 Saritha Paul Vinayaka Missions University BSc
150 Rincy Richard Kerala University of Health Sciences MSc
151 Gazala Nayeem Banasthali University BEd
152 Nisha .E Kannur University BEd
153 Pramila Simprose D’souza Mangalore University BA
154 K. Manimekalai Bharathidasan University MCA
155 Hredya Valsan. V University of Calicut BSc
156 Gazala Nayeem Osmania University BA
157 Nithin C.T Bharathiar University MSW
158 Thushara L. Raj Bharathidasan University MSc
159 Soumya .M Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
160 Hredya Valsan. V Anna University MSc
161 Shivam Goyal Panjab University B Com
162 Kothandaraman. V Anna University BE
163 Zeenathu Beevi .K.H Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
164 Salini Gopal Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
165 Indu Issac Mahatma Gandhi University BA
166 Manjusha .S Mahatma Gandhi University Bed
167 Jesbeer Venugopalan Annamalai Univeristy M Com
168 Euguene Rosiland Bearder National Institute of Open Schooling Sr. Sec School certi
169 Navas .N.P Drugs Control Dept, Karnataka D Pharm
170 Sree Devi. M Bangalore University BSc
171 Linda Jacob University of Kerala B Ed
172 Reshma Sujith Fernandes Karnataka State Dip in Nursing Exa. Bd Dip in Gen Nursing & Midwifery
173 Vini. R Annamalai Univeristy MA
174 Shahir. S Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala D Pharm
175 Nisha Mathew Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences MSc
176 Nimmi Babu Univeristy of Calicut BA
177 Arun Raju Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
178 Joyal P Varghese Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
179 Renny Mathew Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
180 Chennuri Karun Kumar Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University B TEch
181 Renny Mathew Ch. Charan Singh University MSc
182 Sophia. P Mahatma Gandhi University B Com
183 Julia Teresa Sebastian Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
184 Praveen Kumar. O.P State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Civil Engg
185 Suresh Kumar K.P. University of Kerala BSc
186 Shyni .C Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
187 Zohra Khanam Gulbarga University BEd
188 Deepthi S.I Univeristy of Kerala BSc
189 Sabna E.S University of Calicut BSc
190 Joshua Noel Bosco. D Bangalore University B COm
191 Tanuka Bandyopadhyay University of Calcutta MA
192 Karthikeyan .B Vinayaka Missions University BSc
193 Remya .R.S Univeristy of Kerala BEd
194 Rekha R.V Manipal University B of Speech, Lang & Hearing
195 A. Hemamalini Vivekodaya Montessori Kindergarten & Nursing Training School Dip in Mont. KG & Nursing Teachers Training
196 Khalid Mohammed Eltayeb Elawad Osmania University BSc
197 Johny Jose Kannur University MSc
198 Vipina Valsan Kannur University BSc
199 Jinto Joy. N Periyar Maniammai University BE
200 Sanil Joseph Sikkim Manipal University BSc
201 Mukil.P.K Anna University BE
202 Thatha Reddy Karri Andhra University Cert of Pre-Univ Exam
203 Monu G Abhraham Mahatma Gandhi University BSC
204 Anwarali. A Anna University BE
205 Mujbeer K.S University of Calicut BEd
206 Namitha Nair University of Calicut B Com
207 Minnara Meera Lali Mahatma Gandhi University MA
208 Chidananda Murthy Bangalore University MSc
209 Mansoor T.V Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSC
210 Jasvi Nikhat Shabbar Hussain Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marthwada University BA
211 Namitha Nair University of Calicut M Com
212 Maoula Salim Sheikh Nagarjuna University BSC
213 Sheeba K. Babu Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
214 Priyanka .K Univeristy of Mysore BSc
215 Sujeev T.M Kannur University B Tech
216 Sankaranarayanan. K University of Kerala BSc
217 Rajina .P Kannur University BEd
218 Misab V.P Kannur University M Phy Edu
219 Jeshma P.P. Kannur University BSc
220 Soumyasree .K Kannur University BEd
221 Sanil Andrews Kannur University B Phy Edu
222 Sindhu M.V Kannur University BSc
223 Raseena . S Kannur University BSc
224 Anitha Mary Oyasis. A Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University BSc
225 Anitha Mary Oyasis. A Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University MSc
226 Ahthab Hamza SRM University B Com
227 Shallu Sharma University of Jammu BEd
228 Ghazala Ikram Jamia Milia Islamia BEd
229 Mohd. Qamar Jamia Milia Islamia B Tech
230 Thilini Amarasinghe Bangalore University BSc
231 Harini.D Periyar University BSc, MSc
232 Vanessa Maryann Fernandes Manipal University B , Masters Audiology, Speech & Speech Pathology
233 Safoora .E Sikkim Manipal University BSc
234 Naushad Ali R.V Aligarh Muslim University B Tech
235 Gulnar Bamji Jadavpur University Dip in Spl Edu
236 Kavery M.B Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University B in Veterinary Sci & Animal Husbandry
237 E. Jayanthi Newton The board of Nursing Education Dip in Gen Nursing & Midwifery
238 Swetha C.H Mangalore University BA
239 Ahamed Suhail Visvesvaraya Technological University BE
240 Jasiya Manzoor University of Kerala BA
241 Sreekanth K.S State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Civil Engg
242 Hussain Y Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
243 Ramsheed. P Cochin University of Science & Technology B Tech
244 Laila .V University of Calicut BA
245 Ferhathunnisa Kuvempu University MSc
246 P.Vinay Madurai Kamaraj University BBA
247 Safura Bhat Aligarh Muslim University BA, MA
248 Sughra Yasmeen Osmania University BSc
249 Toral Ramesh Saroj Ajmera University of Mumbai B Com
250 Jesni N.S University of Kerala M Com
251 Divya P. Nair University of Kerala B Ed
252 Anil Kumar V.G University of Kerala B Com
253 Chandrasekaran. S Manonmaniam Sundaranar University BE
254 Mohammed Shafi .A Gandhigram Rural Institute B Tech
255 A.K. Suresh The Institution of Engineers BE
256 Dhawan Ankit Sunil Deepa University of Mumbai B Sc
257 Ananth .R Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University B Physiotherapy
258 Cheryl Victoria Valiatingara Mangalore University BSc
259 Sanju Mereena Kuriakose Anna University BE
260 Parathibha. K University of Calicut BSc
261 Anu George Mahatma Gandhi University BA
262 Parathibha. K University of Kerala B Ed
263 Maniyar sajida Nadeem Bharatiya Shiksha Parishad B Ed
264 Salumol L Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
265 Aswathy. B University of Kerala MSc
266 Shiju .M U State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Elec Engg
267 Jesni N.S University of Kerala B Com
268 Chile Swati Subhash Gujarat University BSc
269 Jagtap Padmini Pandharinath Gujarat University MA, BEd
270 Aswathy . B University of Kerala BSc
271 Abdullakutty Valappil University of Kerala B Ed
272 Papetla Srikala Osmania University BSc
273 Sulekha Sultana Univeristy of Lucknow BA
274 Resmi . V University of Kerala BA
275 Paramdip Kaur Punjab University BEd
276 Prasad P.V University of Calicut BSc
277 Denzyl Loius D Souza University of Mumbai B Com
278 Umma Varah Mahinoor M.K Univeristy of Calicut B Ed
279 Nazia Banu Bangalore University BSc
280 Remith M.K Kannur University B Tech
281 Jenie Mariam Koshy Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
282 Suni Varghese Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
283 Vidhu P. Vijayan Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
284 Syeda Asma Fatima Osmania University BE
285 Yamini A. Anthony Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
286 Navya Joy Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
287 Ashish Ranjan Birla Institute of Technology & Science MSc
288 Vyshak .T Anna University BE
289 Mohamed Asiq. Z Periyar Maniammai University BE
290 Prakash Govind Nair The Institution of Chartered Accountants CA
291 Shabna Shamsudeen University of Kerala BEd
292 sandeep Surendra Sunita Kamath University of Mumbai BMS
293 Riyas Ahamed. A University of Madras B Com
294 Kavery M.B Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences University B Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
295 Pushkar. A University of Calicut BA
296 Jintu T.S Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
297 Soumyasree .K Mahatma Gandhi University Msc
298 Ambareen Sultana Osmania University BEd
299 Deepa Lakshmi T.S University of Kerala BA
300 Ambareen Sultana Osmania University B Com
301 Prasanth Victor Cochin University of Science & Technology B Tech
302 Shilaja C.R Anna University BE
303 Ansalmon. E .S University of Kerala B Arch
304 Manju Mohan Bharathiar University BSc
305 Aysha Raoof University of Kerala B Tech
306 Nishal Vinitha D’Souza Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSC
307 Vandhana Sreedharan Kannur University BSc
308 Thushara .K Kannur University BA
309 Shimna .M University of Calicut BEd
310 Neena University of Calicut BA
311 Nusrath Fatima Osmania University MA
312 Jaseela Latheef University of Calicut BA
313 Abe K. Thomas State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Civil Engg
314 Aruna.R Manonmaniam Sundaranar University BSc
315 Lekshmi Supriya .S Alagappa University MCA
316 Abdul Shukku. M Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala D Pharm
317 Sabitha .P.A Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
318 Lisitha .C University of Calicut B Sc
319 Sadiya K.V Univeristy of Calicut BA
320 Rejil V.R University of Calicut B Tech
321 Amit Asudani Sri Ramachandra University BDS
322 Asaf. K Univeristy of Calicut B Tech
323 Jobby Joseph University of Kerala BSC
324 Anjali Achuthan.V University of Calicut BEd
325 Ditty Iype University of Calicut BEd
326 Lijimol Joseph Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
327 Roshni P.K. University of Calicut BA
328 Deepak Lal Vinayaka Missions University BE
329 Navya Joy Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
330 Jhansi Manana Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
331 Nandu Mohandas Babur Univeristy of Mumbai B Com
332 Simi. V Kannur University MSc
333 Shameena O.T University of Calicut BA
334 Simi. V Kannur University BSc
335 Simi. V Kannur University BEd
336 Sabeena N University of Calicut BEd
337 Anuradha .K University of Calicut MA
338 Vidhu P. Vijayan Mahatma Gandhi University MA
339 Beshy C.P University of Calicut BSc
340 Mohanan.K University of Calicut BSc
341 V. Venugopal Visvesvaraya Technological University BE
342 Sreela .K University of Calicut BA
343 Pranjala Dutta Indira Gandhi National Open University BEd
344 Moncy Jonny .P State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Dip in Elec Engg
345 Mohammed Shahid Azad Aligarh Muslim University B Com
346 Jenie Mariam Koshy Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
347 Hitha Mohanan. K University of Calicut BEd
348 Nooruddhin Sabir Utkal University BE
349 Baisy .K University of Calicut B Phy Edu
350 Beshy C.P Mahatma Gandhi University MCA
351 Nazia Javeed Visvesvaraya Technological University BE
352 Lisi P.V Kannur University BA
353 Sheba Mariam Varghese Bharathiar University MSc
354 Devi .M Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University B Physio
355 Ishaque .T.C University of Calicut BA
356 Sabitha P.A University of Calicut MA
357 Jabeel .J Vinayaka Missions University BSc
358 Divya P. Nair University of Kerala BSc
359 Sushamakumari. K Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala Dip Radiological Tech
360 Remya Reghu Thaman University of Calicut B Com
361 Abdul Rahiman Visvesvaraya Technological University BE
362 Glaze K Micheal Mahatma Gandhi University BSc
363 Vidhu P. Vijayan University of Calicut BA
364 Ditty Iype Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
365 Sabitha .P.A University of Calicut BA
366 Remya .T.R University of Calicut BA
367 Anu Varghese Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
368 Shibin T. Sam Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
369 Tibina .P University of Calicut BA
370 Mohan. M. P National Institute of Technology Calicut B Tech
371 Rumin Rauf University of Madras BSc
372 Elizabeth Mathew Mahatma Gandhi University MSc
373 Renugadevi.R Tamilnadu Teachers Education University MEd
374 Meera Lali Mahatma Gandhi University BA
375 Safwan Serji Visvesvaraya Technological University BE
376 Arunprasad Anna University BE
377 Markan Sapna Sevak Sarita University of Mumbai BA
378 Jusna K. Von University of Calicut BSc
379 Hari Krishna Andhra Pradesh Para Medical Board Dip in Med Imaging Tech. Course
380 Siyad Kallathan Directorate of Medical Education, Tamil Nadu Dip in Pharmacy
381 Mohammed Nisar P.P Directorate of Medical Education, Tamil Nadu Dip in Pharmacy
382 Lekshmi R. Nair Univeristy of Kerala BA
383 Suchithra. A University of Kerala B Phy Edu
384 Lavanya B. Mani Mahatma Gandhi University B Ed
385 Neetha Ravindran Bharathiar University BA, MBA
386 Soumya Sathian Mahatma Gandhi University BEd
387 Afsal T.A Mahatma Gandhi University B Com
388 Ibrahim Altaf Darwesh Andhra Pradesh Para Medical Board Dip in Opt. Tech. Course
389 Aishath Rahila Manipal Academy of Higher Education MSc
390 Neethu Jose. K Indira Gandhi National Open University BSc
391 Chithra . C Kannur University BSc, Bed
392 Pradeep. M.K University of Calicut B tech
393 Vineet Kumar Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology B Tech
394 Syed Mohammed Ehtesham Uddin Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya BE
395 Shaniba. A Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
396 Anil P.V Univeristy of Calicut BA
397 Soumya Sathian. M University of Calicut BSc
398 Abi T. Ayroor Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BSc
399 Gouri N.P University of Calicut BSc
400 Manisha Ranganath Pagare University of Mumbai BEd
401 Bindi C.K Univeristy of Calicut M Com
402 Salabha Muraleedharan. M University of Calicut BEd
403 Amrita Susan John Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Arts
404 Priscilla Mathew Bangalore University Master of |Science
405 Neethu Vins University of Calicut Bachelore of Science, Master of Science
406 Samuel Mercy Muthurani Paramedical Council of India Diploma
407 Joona H.R University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
408 Joona H.R University of Kerala Master of Commerce
409 Mohammed Sameem. V University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
410 Padmini M.J Univeristy of Kerala Master of Arts
411 Binu Varghese University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
412 Mini. R University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
413 Sanoffar Nasreen Birla Institute of Technology & Science Bachelor of Architecture
414 veena Jacob Univesity of Kerala Bachelor of Architecture
415 C. Anil Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Business Admin
416 Nesamani. S University of Madras Bachelor of Engineering
417 S. Manjunath Manipal University Doctor of Medicine
418 Asha .N University of Kerala Bacheor of Arts
419 Noushad O.K Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
420 Deesha S. Kamal Sikkim Manipal Univeristy Bachelor of Science
421 Shabeer .M Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
422 Sajjad Omer Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
423 Raseena K.P University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
424 Padmini M.J University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
425 Rasmi .R University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
426 Abilash K.M Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
427 Lekshmi Devi V.S Cochin University of Science & Technology Bachelor of Technology
428 Ranzia A.R Univeristy of Kerala Master of Science
429 Chitralekha .D Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Education
430 Mohammed Saleh Abdo Aldhaibani Bangalore University Bachelor of Computer Application
431 Priyanka John Kerala Nurses Midwives Council Diploma
432 Elizabeth V.T Kerala Nurses Midwives Council Diploma
433 Pradi Madhukar Kulkarni Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education Diploma
434 Ramesh Kumar. A University of Madras Bachelor of Engineering
435 Tina Fialho Osmania University Bachelor of Education
436 Shemeena Beevi. K University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
437 Sibi Thomas University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
438 Neena Nair University of Kerala Master of Computer Applications
439 Abraham K.A State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Diploma
440 Divya B. Nair Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Science
441 Chitralekha .D University of Kerala Master of Commerce
442 Lekshmi Sajeev University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
443 Sumitha .K University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
444 Rejani K.S University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
445 Rejani K.S University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
446 Syed Shan E. Meraj Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
447 Roshna K.B University of Calicut Master of Arts
448 Sheena P.G University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
449 Reshmi .R Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Science
450 Kalyani Sankar University of Kerala Master of Arts
451 Rasmi .R University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
452 Suni Jose Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
453 Kadeeja S.P Kannur University Bachelor of Arts
454 Favas .M Vinayaka Missions University Bachelor of Engineering
455 Stephen Prakash Kuvempu University Master of Arts
456 Suhail Ahmed Gulbarga University Bachelor of Computer Application
457 Dalwadi Mona Kanubhai Gujarat University Bachelor of Physiotherapy
458 Christina George Gujarat University Bachelor of Science
459 Princy Koshy Ayush & Health Sciences University Master of Science
460 Princy Koshy Rani Durgavati Vishwavidyala Bachelor of Science
461 Ritu Bedi Krukshetra University Bachelor of Arts
462 Geethanjali Kashyap Manipal University Bachelor of Physiotherapy
463 Shilpa Agarwal Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore Bachelor of Commerce
464 Nihal A. Karim Luna Institute of Engineering Technology Diploma
465 M. Renjith Kannur University Bachelor of Technology
466 Gopika Krishna K.P Univeristy of Kerala Master of Arts
467 Shan. S.N Univeristy of Kerala Master of Arts
468 Heema Singla Guru Nanak Dev University Master of Science
469 Sreevidya .T Kannur University Bachelor of Education
470 Sumayya. V Kannur University Bachelor of Education
471 V.M. Sharma Kannur University Bachelor of Education
472 Naila Mumtaz Osmania University Bachelor of Education
473 Anjum Nazia Ahmed Osmania University Bachelor of Education
474 Preetha T.P Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
475 Suni Mathew Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
476 Abdul Sahath .K Regional Technical Institute, Kerala Diploma
477 Asiya .R Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
478 Krishnakumar. U Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
479 Nidhi P. Johnson Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
480 Choice V.S Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
481 Blessy Ann Mathew Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Arts
482 Krishnakumar. U Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
483 Ann Savio Pinto Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Arts
484 Shyla Thomas Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
485 Ashna Thampi Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Computer Applications
486 Sangeeta Bahl University of Delhi Bachelor of Arts
487 Neeta Mehdiratta Univeristy of Delhi Bachelor of Science
488 Nandhini K.P Bangalore University Bachelor of Arts
489 Soumya Manipal University Doctor of Medicine
490 Shalu Rani Ramesh Kumar Maharaja Ganga Singh University Bachelor of Education
491 Rafeeq Meethala Thalakkal Directorate of Medical Education Diploma
492 Reeshma C.P The Institution of Engineers Bachelor of Engineering
493 Rabi Shankar The Institution of Engineers Bachelor of Engineering
494 Vinod .A Cochin University of Science & Technology Bachelore of Technology
495 Gilsa M.V University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
496 Hari Kumar G.J University of Kerala Bachelor of Commerce
497 Jean Preema Verghese Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
498 Azam Ali Aligarh Muslim University Diploma
499 Jisha Sankar Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Education
500 Uzma Begum Karnataka State Open Univeristy Master of Arts
501 Ashna Thampi Bharathiar University Bachelor of Science
502 Shaji Jacob V University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
503 Ishaque T.C Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
504 Jayalakshmi N.K Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
505 Mohammed Sameem. V Aligarh Muslim University Master of Science
506 Nithya K.P Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
507 Sabina .K Kannur University Bachelor of Science
508 Rachana .A Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
509 Shameem.K A University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
510 Sayeeda Bangalore University Bachelor of Science
511 Sineena Mohammed University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
512 Aswathy Aravind University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
513 Zeenath P.M University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
514 Shameem. K.A University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
515 Abitha V.A University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
516 Sujaya K.P Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
517 Sreevidya .T Kannur University Master of Science
518 Nikhitha .A Kannur University Bachelor of Arts
519 Aswathi .C.M Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Arts
520 Celia Jasmine Sam Robinson Directorate of Medical Education, Tamil Nadu Diploma
521 Reshmi .R Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
522 Sonia George Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Bachelor of Physiotherapy
523 Jenny T. Sunny Christ University Master of Social Work Programme
524 Khalifa Imran Nizam Karnatak University Bachelor of Engineering
525 Sofia Simon University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
526 Nithya K.P University of Calicut Master of Arts
527 Raseena K.P University of Calicut Master of Arts
528 Chinu George Univeristy of Calicut Master of Arts
529 Sushitha .P.M University of Calicut Master of Commerce
530 Smitha Sathyan Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
531 Blessy Mohan University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
532 Ramya . A.S University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
533 Prajeesh .P Board of Examining Authority, Drugs Control Dept. Diploma
534 Jazeela Koonumgal Mohammed Youssuf University of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
535 Aswathy . B Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Education
536 Mousumi Gomes University of Calcutta Bachelor of Arts
537 Moosa Saba Mohammed Rafiq University of Pune Bachelor of Commerce
538 Shafeek .B University of Kerala Bachelor of Physical Education
539 Senthil Prabhu.G Anna University Master of Engineering
540 Neelayathakshi. C State Board of Technical Education, Madras Diploma
541 Amoly Dinesh Pondicherry University Bachelor of Arts
542 D. Palani Mahalakshmi Industrial Training Institute National Trade Certificate
543 Prem Anand. L University of Madras Bachelor of Engineering
544 Senthil Prabhu.G Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Engineering
545 Honey Sharma Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University Bachelor of Arts
546 Akbar Ali .A Bangalore University Bachelor of Engineering
547 Vandana Sreedharan University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
548 Laila .V University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
549 Ramitha Laxman Sanil University of Mumbai Bachelor of Commerce
550 Bindi C.K University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
551 Pramod Kumar Indoriya Institute of Advanced Studies in Education Deemed University Bachelor of Education
552 Ritu Rachel Rodrigues Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
553 Lijo Jacob John Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science, Master of Science
554 Mayur Batra Delhi University Bachelor of Commerce
555 Anand Rajmohan University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
556 Ashish Ranjan Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
557 T .Latha Sikkim Manipal University Master of Science
558 Sulekha. A.K University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
559 Noor Sabha Bangalore University Bachelor of Arts
560 Suhail Ahmed Visvesvaraya Technological University Master of Computer Applications
561 Bindhu Rani. S University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
562 Elizabeth Blessy Mohan University of Calicut Master of Arts
563 K. V. Chacko Utkal University Bachelor of Education
564 Stanly .L Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor ofArts
565 Khader Oli. A Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Bachelor of Pharmacy
566 Navya Joy Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
567 N. Rajkumar Peter Sri Venkateswara University Bachelor of Technology
568 Kavitha. P University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
569 Pillai Sindhu .S Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Master of Science
570 K.P. Shahana University of Calicut Master of Arts
571 Jaseera T.T.K University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
572 Rachna Banerjee Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Doctor of Philosophy
573 Rejani K.S University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
574 Divya Sekaren University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
575 Asharaf C. Chulliyil University of Calicut Afzal-Ul-Ulma
576 Siraj M.P University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
577 Jaseera T.T.K University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
578 Priyamvada Palatt Chirakkara Veettil University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
579 Nazeer Arafath University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
580 Divya Sekaren University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
581 Shihab V.P Directorate of Medical Education, Tamil Nadu Diploma
582 Tharif .V Directorate of Medical Education, Tamil Nadu Diploma
583 Sulekha .A.k Univeristy of Kerala Master of Arts
584 Shimna .M Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Science
585 Yasmin Mushtaq Khan Univeristy of Lucknow Bachelor of Arts
586 Siraj M.P Univeristy of Calicut Master of Arts
587 Jaison Cheriyankandath University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
588 Fathima K.K University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
589 Dipindas C.D University of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
590 Shaji .K State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Diploma
591 Sarah Varughese Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
592 Suchitra Kapil Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor of Education
593 Arti Geol Indira Gandhi National Open University Master of arts
594 Nidhi.K.S University of Kerala Master of Computer Applications
595 Shaikh Asim Board of Technical Examination, Karnataka Diploma
596 Liji Joseph Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Commerce
597 Bhagyalekshmi N.M Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Arts
598 Sibin .A Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
599 Christina George Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
600 Nazeer Arafath M.P Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
601 Meera J. Nath Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
602 Sindhu K.V Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
603 Nazeer Arafath M.P Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Education
604 Meera Mary George Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
605 Nidhi P. Johnson Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
606 Rajani .K Kannur University Bachelor of Education
607 Rajeshkumar .K Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
608 Shahina .E Bangalore University Bachelor of Commerce
609 Rakhee Singh University of Delhi Bachelor of Science
610 D’Cruz e Manterio Sabina Antoneta Goa University Bachelor of Science
611 Tarannum Irshad Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts
612 Dutta Rachna Ranesh Goa University Bachelor of Commerce
613 Elangovan .P Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor of Engineering
614 Neetha George Kerala Nurses Midwives Council Diploma
615 Nisha I.K University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
616 Reshmi .R Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science
617 Syeda Asma Roomi Osmania University Bachelor of Medicine & B of Science
618 Allwyn Jerry Fernando .J Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor of Engineering
619 Suma .M Pondicherry University Bachelor of Education
620 Asmar .V Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Physical Education
621 Punneli Parambil Joel Jose Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
622 Tulasi Nambiar M.K Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Education
623 Nisha Pathirikkat University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
624 Sangeetha Jose. T University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
625 Nagdeote Naresh Vijay Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University Master of Vertinar Sciences
626 Aswathy Arvind University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
627 Hridya K. Sudhan University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
628 Ribiya P.P University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
629 Vidya V. Nair University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
630 Julie P. Rajan University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
631 Anitha P. Panicker Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Education
632 Manoj Madhavankutty Nair University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
633 Lavti Priyanka Prakashpannalal Saurashtra University Bachelor of Commerce
634 Shiny Mathew University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
635 Deviprabha .V University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
636 Rashida Nelliyulla Parambath University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
637 Rosmy George University of Calicut Master of Commerce
638 Sareena A.P University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
639 Bobit Jose Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Bachelor of Science
640 Flora Sumitha Bharathidasan University Bachelor of Science
641 M.A. Mohammed Yousufdeen Bharathidasan University Bachelor of Computer Application
642 Jerrin G. Mathew Karunya University Bachelor of Engineering
643 Swati Attree University of Delhi Bachelor of Arts
644 Mohammed Salleh Abid Aligarh Muslim University Master of Science
645 Mohammed Salleh Abid Aligarh Muslim University Bachelor of Science
646 Fouzia Husain Aligarh Muslim University Master of Arts
647 Malarvizhi Gnanam. M Univerisiy of Madras Bachelor & Master of Commerce
648 Afshan Talath Bangalore University Bachelor of Science
649 Binu Varghese Bangalore University Bachelor of Education
650 Ipshita Mitra Bangalore University Bachelor of Education
651 Dhivya Prassana .S Anna University Master of Business Admin
652 Nikhitha .A Kannur University Bachelor of Education
653 Rizwana .J Anna University Bachelor of Technology
654 Manikandan .R Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
655 Binesh M.R University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
656 Kalyani Sankar University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
657 Mary Dayana .P University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
658 Nufsath N.M Kannur University Bachelor of Science
659 Sumithra M.S Kannur University Bachelor of Science
660 Abdusaleem .K Kannur University Bachelor of Education
661 Gincy .V University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
662 Priyanka P.J University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
663 Deena Diana John University of Kerala bachelor of Science
664 Lissa K. Mathew Kerala Nurses Midwives Council Diploma
665 Ardhanari M.K University of Madras Bachelor of Engineering
666 Najeeb P.V University of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
667 Nithya K.P Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
668 Sofia Simon University of Calicut Bachelor of Technology
669 Nisha George The board of Nursing Education Diploma
670 Jisha Sankar University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
671 Vidhya Narwani University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
672 Sheena P.G University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
673 Adnan Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
674 Safoora .E Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala Diploma
675 Renuka Bharti Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University Master of Arts
676 Kiran M.S State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Diploma
677 Syed Shan E. Meraj Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
678 Shaila Ahmed University of Calcutta Bachelor of Arts
679 Olevia Gomes University of Calcutta Bachelor of Arts & Education
680 John Varghese .K The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Chartered Accountants
681 Marudhamalai Prabhu . S Univeristy of Madras Bachelor of Commerce
682 Vibhor Bhargava Savitribai Phule Pune University Bachelor of Engineering
683 Nisha T.R Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Bachelor of Science
684 Rama Prabhu K.R Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science, Master of Physiotherapy
685 Jessica Joseline Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Master of Science
686 Sajith .D State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Diploma
687 Rejitha Nair. R Bharathidasan University Master of Science
688 Anija V.K Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Madras Rashtrabasha Visharad Exam
689 Venkata Ramana Yamali Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Bachelor of Technology
690 Mathew Annamma P.C Mathew Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Master of Physiotherapy
691 Shaikh Nahid Yusuf Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor of Commerce
692 Devi .M University of Madras Bachelor of Science
693 Divya Nambiar University of Madras Master of Science
694 Vinod .N.R State Board of Technical Education, Kerala Diploma
695 Margina Paul University of Madras Master of Arts
696 Margina Paul University of Madras Bachelor of Education
697 Shaila Thomas University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
698 Sejal Mahesh Kumar parikh Sardar Patel University Bachelor of Science
699 P. Suresh Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Engineering
700 Athira Ravi University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
701 Awad Hassan Awad University of Madras Bachelor of Business Administration
702 Priyadharshini University of Madras Bachelorof Business Administration
703 Nagineh Khaleeli University of Madras Bachelor of Arts
704 Bhaskaran P.R.S State Board of Technical Education, Chennai Diploma
705 Muthulingam .P Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Engineering
706 Anis Mohamadshafi Maniar University of Mumbai Bachelor of Science
707 Lucy Napolean University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
708 Ranjith Singh North Eastern Regional Institute of Management PG Diploma
709 Bajuludeen. J State Board of Technical Educational, Chennai Diploma
710 Suni Mathew Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Arts
711 Zeenath P.M. A University of Calicut Master of Commerce
712 Jamshi .M University of Calicut Master of SCience
713 Zeenath P.M.A University of Calicut Bachelor of Commerce
714 Noorjahan T.K University of Calicut Master of Science
715 Noorjahan T.K University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
716 Rosmy George University of Calicut Bachelor of Commerce
717 Siraj .K University of Kerala Master of Science
718 Sineena Mohammed University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
719 Roshna K.B University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
720 Padmini M.J University of Calicut Bachelor of Arts
721 Sruthi .K University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
722 Mohammed Sammen .V University of Calicut Master of Philosophy
723 Nibu Varghese Vinayaka Missions University Bachelor of Engineering
724 Abdul Vahab Darul Huda Islamic University Bachelor & Master of Islamics & Human Sciences
Manikandan M.N Vinayaka Missions University Bachelor of Engineering
726 Manu Mathew Vinayaka Missions University Bachelor of Engineering
727 V.S. Damodharan Sri Chandrasekharendera Saraswathi Viswa Mahavidyala Doctor of Philosophy
728 Maher Ali Yousuf Ibrahim Aligarh Muslim University Bachelor of Arts
729 Anu Varkey Board of Examination in General Nursing & Midwifery Diploma
730 Bindu B.S Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor & Master of Arts
731 V. Rukpriya Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Madras Rashtrabasha Praveen Exam
732 Sandhya Chandran University of Kerala Master of Science
733 Ravishankar Bachelor of Commerce Univeristy of Madras
734 Robincy P.J Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology Bachelor of Computer Application
735 Nidhi Luthra Ved Prakash Luthra Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University Bachelor of Computer Application
736 Ravishankar .S The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Chartered Accountants
737 Roveena Mary Faria Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Computer Applications
738 Shaniya Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor of Education
739 N.V. Vineetha Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor & Master of Science
740 Neha Khatri Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University Bachelor of Comm & Education
741 Ajitha .J University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
742 Ritu Rachel Rodrigues Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
743 Saheermon .P.M Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Arts
744 Maher Ali Yousuf Ibraheem Aligarh Muslim University Master of Arts
745 Mary Sheeba Pereira University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
746 Silvy Gymmy University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
747 Mohammed Salleh Abid Aligarh Muslim University Doctor of Philosophy
748 Priya Sharma University of Rajasthan Bachelor of Arts
749 Mayika Prem Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Master of Science
750 Liji. D Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Bachelor of Technology
751 Tripathi Sobhit Pramod Kumar Gujarat University Bachelor of Engineering
752 Sreekala .I.S Univeristy of Kerala Master of Arts
753 Sujeesh C.P The Institution of Civil Engineers Technicin Engineers Membership Exam
754 Rani Annie Abraham Bharathiar University Bachelor of Science
755 Ganesh Prasad Visvesvaraya Technological University Bachelor of Engineering
756 Ajisha C.P University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
757 A. Ponpasmary Bharathidasan University Bachelor of Science
758 Usha Yellaboina Andhra University Bachelor of Education
759 Samson Simon Soans Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor of Business Administration
760 Manoj V. George Karnataka State Open University Master of Arts
761 Anisha K. Devassy Kerala Nurses Midwives Council Diploma
762 Saldhanha Vernon Valerian Agnes Univeristy of Mumbai Bachelor of Physical Education
763 Umar Sulthn Aludheen .P Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
764 Meraj Naem Univeristy of Lucknow Bachelor of Arts, Master of Business Admin, Doctor of Philosophy
765 Subarna Sen Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor of Arts
766 S. Sunil Kumar Bharathidasan University Bachelor of Engineering
767 Pranati Mazumder Banasthali University Bachelor of Education
768 Angel Mary .A Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Arts
769 Sheela .K University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
770 Charles J.D University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
771 Jacob Thomas Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Bachelor of Science
772 Saravanan .P Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
773 Muhammed Rafi .A Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
774 Abdul Vahab .T.K Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Arts
775 Shabna Shamsudeen Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Arts
776 L. Sivakameshwari Univeristy of Madras Bachelor of Science
777 Anusha .M Univeristy of Madras Bachelor of Science
778 G. Geetha Gayathri Osmania University Bachelor of Commerce
779 Jaura Shalini Sukhdev Urmil University of Mumbai Bachelor of Education
780 V.G. Vijeesh Goa University Bachelor of Engineering
781 Belfer John Sigamoni. S Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor of Engineering
782 Mohammed Jinnah. D Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor of Engineering
783 Leo Augustine Dayakar .B Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Master of Commerce
784 Kanaga Rajathi. M Univeristy of Madras Bachelor& Master of Science, PHD
785 Sarah Varughese University of Madras Master of Science
786 Beenu Kapur Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Computer Applications
787 Swapna .N University of Madras Bachelor of Arts
788 Tazeen Fatima Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Arts
789 Nair Shrividya K. Gopalakrishnan Univeristy of Mumbai Bachelor of Arts
790 Reshmi Padmanabhan Omana University of Mumbai Bachelor of Commerce
791 Shaista Parween Utkal University Bachelor of Arts
792 S. Shoba Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Philosophy
793 Shaila AHmed University of Calcutta Master of Arts, Bachelor of Edu.
794 R. Dinesh Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor & master of Science
795 Premalatha U,.C Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
796 Reena .G Pondicherry University Master of Human Resource Mgnt
797 Bini C.R Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
798 Roshna .K.B Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
799 Shiny Mathew Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
800 Pankaj Upreti Indira Gandhi National Open University Bachelor of Science
801 Sumesh R.S University of Kerala Bachelor of Commerce
802 Clap Anto Tamil Nadu Verterinary &Animal Sciences University Master of Veterinary Science
803 Salja .K University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
804 Jashmi .M University of Calicut Bachelor of Education
805 Abitha V.A Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Science
806 Rashmi V. Ramachandran University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
807 Nisha Pathirikkat University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
808 Sherine Elizabeth John Indira Gandhi National Open University Master of Social Work Programme
809 Beena George Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Bachelor of Science
810 R. Beenu Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Bachelor of Science
811 Nagdeote Naresh Vijay Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
812 M. Nithya Bhartiya Shikha Parishad Bachelor of Education
813 Salja .K Kannur University Master of SCience
814 Jayachitra .R The Gandhigram Rural Institute Bachelor of Science
815 Boopathimari Anna University Bachelor of Engineering
816 Swetha C.H Mangalore University Bachelor of Education
817 Sunipa Dhar Univeristy of Calcutta Bachelor of Arts
818 Durga Maheswari .N Andhra University Bachelor of Science
819 Mashhoor .K Al Jamiya Al Islamia Bachelor of Arts
820 Maciel Joshua Vincent Goa University Bachelor of Arts
821 Alamma John Dakshina Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha, Madras Siksha Snatak
822 Latha Kumari Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Science
823 D. Pricilla Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Physical Education
824 J. Anitha Josephine Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Arts
825 Sameel Jabir .C Cochin University of Science & Technology Master of Science
826 Riju Pankaj University of Madras Bachelor of Architecture
827 Shalu Rani Maharaja Ganga Singh University Bachelor of Arts
828 Remya .M University of Kerala Bachelor of Audiology & Speech language Pathology
829 Anjana .G University of Kerala Master of Computer Applications
830 Anjana .G University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
831 Thresiamma .A University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
832 Thresiamma .A University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
833 K. Mahendran University of Madras Bachelor of Commerce
834 Goes Maria Ivette Sharmila Goa University Bachelor fo Arts
835 Soumya Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences MBBS
836 Aswathi .C.M University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
837 Charles J.D Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Master of Science
838 Zawar Ahamed University of Madras Master of Business Administration
839 Jenny T. Sunny University of Madras Bachelor of Arts
840 Maria Ivette Sharmila Goes Annamalai Univeristy Bachelor of Education
841 M. Mohammed Yaseerarafath Bharathidasan University Bachelor of Science, Master of Computer Applications
842 Naseem Zainab University of Kota Bachelor of Science
843 Meera J. Nath University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
844 Lekshmy B.S Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Education
845 Jithesh J. Poonattu Kerala Agricultural University Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
846 Tamil Selvan.M University of Madras Bachelor & Master of Business Administration
847 Sowmiya. S University of Madras bachelor of Science
848 Rejitha Nair. R Bharathiar University Bahelor of Science
849 R. Geetha Nair Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Bachelor & Master of Science, Master of Philosophy & Doctor of Philosophy
850 Sudheesha K.S University of Calicut Master of Science
851 Theanmozhyi. A Alagappa University Master of Philosophy
852 Nagakalyani. N Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences MBBS
853 Sayed Sayeed Ahmad Integral University Doctor of Philosophy
854 Damodharan. V. S University of Madras Bachelor of Commerce
855 Rajesh Thoniyot Kootambally University of Calicut bachelor of Commerce
856 Jamshi .M University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
857 Sumera Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Master of Science
858 Abdullakutty Valappil University of Calicut Master of Arts
859 Kusuma Ravindra Andhra University Bachelor of Science
860 Rashmi V. Ramachandran University of Calicut Master of Science
861 Sindu .P.P University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
862 R.Roopa Nair University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
863 Sabeena Mohammed Ammu Univeristy of Calicut Bachelor of Science
864 Siraj. K University of Calicut Bachelor of Science
865 J. Prasanna Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Science
866 Suja P.S University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
867 Edmund Christopher .S Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor, Master of Commerce& Doctor of Philosophy
868 Sunitha Philip University of Madras Master of Arts
869 Ganesan .P Department of Technical Education, Tamil nadu Diploma
870 Pooja Dhaval Shah Maharaja Sayajirao University Bachelor of Science
871 Mohammed Ikbal R.V University of Madras Bachelor of Engineering
872 Sivapathamuthu Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Engineering
873 M. Ibnumubarak Bharathidasan University Bachelor of Science
874 Kaji Nikhat A. Hamid University of Mumbai Bachelor of Arts
875 Nair Uadaya Unnikrishnan Indira University of Mumbai Bachelor of Arts
876 Pengat Aparna Dasan Hymavathi University of Mumbai Bachelor of Mass Media
877 Omkar Vilas Pandit University of Mumbai Bachelor of Engineering
878 Diya Nayana Pruthvisinh University of Mumbai Bachelor of Science
879 Shallu Sharma University of Mumbai Bachelor & Master of Arts
880 Rozina Halder University of Burdwan Bachelor of Arts
881 Kusuma Ravindra Andhra University Bachelor of Science
882 Shikha Mittal Panjab University Bachelor of Commerce
883 Abdul Halim University of Burdwan Bachelor of Arts
884 Janaki Sudha .R University of Madras Master of Arts & Bachelor of Edu.
885 Shahana Lateef Barkatullah Vishwavidyalaya Bachelor of Computer Application
886 Stanly .L Univeristy of Kerala Master of Arts
887 Zeenath Tabassum Osmania University Bachelor of Arts
888 Muhammed Salim M.S Sikkim Manipal University Bachelor & Master of Computer Applications
889 Sumera Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences Bachelor & Master of Science
890 Safia Begum Osmania University Bachelor of Science
890 A B. Swarupa Rani Osmania University bachelor of Science
890 B Mohd. Ziauddin Osmania University Bachelor of Science
890 C Mohd. Mazher Shareef Osmania University Bachelor of Science
891 A. Ponpasmary Bharathidasan University Master of Science
892 Prabha .V Univeristy of Kerala Bahelor of Arts
893 Sandeep .K Kannur University Bachelor of Technology
894 Tulasi Nambiar Kannur University Bachelor of Science
895 Sindhoora Raghavan Kanuur University Doctor of Philosophy
896 Safia Begum Osmania University Bachelor of Education
896 A Naseema Butool Osmania University Bachelor of Education
896 B Naseema Butool Osmania University Master of Science
896 C B. Swarupa Rani Osmania University Master of Arts
896 D Mohd. Mazher Shareef Osmania University Master of SCience
897 Ganesan .P Department of Technical Education, Tamil nadu Diploma
898 Neseena Nelson University of Kerala Bachelor of Science
899 Lekshmy B.S University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
900 Sunitha Philip Univeristy of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
901 Sibin .A University of Kerala Bacheor of Science
902 Aisha Khanam Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Arts
903 Rabia Rais Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhande University Bachelor, Master of Arts & Bachelor of Education
904 Jyoti .K University of Madras Master of Arts
905 Susamma John University of Kerala Bachelor of Arts
906 Shakila Begum C.M University of Madras Bachelor of Commerce, Master of Philosophy
907 Pachamuthu .T Maudrai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Civil Engineering
908 Prasanth Victor Cochin University of Science & Technology Bachelor of Technology
909 Jannathul Firthous .P Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Edu.
910 Sameena Farooqui Osmania University Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Edu.
911 Anila Rani .S Madurai Kamaraj University Master of Philosophy
912 Vinodh Kumar .S Madurai Kamaraj University Bachelor of Engineering
913 Tarannum Irshad Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University Bachelor & master of Arts
914 jessica Joseline .S Bangalore University Bachelor of Science
915 Seethalekshmi .V Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
916 Mayika Prem Mahatma Gandhi University bachelor of Science
917 Subha T.S Cochin University of Science & Technology Master of Arts
918 Divya B. Nair Mahatma Gandhi University Master of Science
919 Mathai E.M Directorate of Medical Education, Kerala Diploma
920 Soumya .M University of Kerala Bachelor of arts
921 Rashmi V. Ramachandran Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Education
922 Sanal Sugathan Manipal University Bachelor of Architecture
923 Anoop Sridhar University of Kerala Bachelor of Technology
924 Letha Eleyzath George Mahatma Gandhi University bachelor of Science
925 Ghazala Ikram University of Delhi Bachelor & Master of Arts
926 Jenie Mariam Koshy Mahatma Gandhi University Bachelor of Science
927 Dhanya .V.V University of Kerala Bahelor of Education
928 Julie. S Manonmaniam Sundaranar University Bachelor of Arts
929 Vishal Preet Arora Punjab Technical University Bachelor of Technology
930 Mary Sheeba Pereira University of Kerala Bachelor of Education
931 Thahir N.A Annamalai University Bachelor of Physical Education
932 Reena .G Pondicherry University Bachelor of Science
933 Shehnaz Begum. S Dr. M.G.R.Tamil Nadu Medical University Doctor of Medicine
934 Rajesh Kumar K.S University of Madras Bachelor & master of Science
935 Nirupama Merugumala Acharya Nagarjuna University Bachelor of Computer Application
936 Vadivel .V University of Madras Bachelor of Engineering

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AYUSH

As part of the initiative taken by this Consulate to promote the Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) free consultation by Ayurvedic and Homoeopathic Doctors are available in the Consulate Premises. Ayurvedic Doctors are available on all Sundays and Wednesdays between 10am – 12noon and a Homoeopathic Doctor will be available every Tuesday from 9am-11am with effective from October 13, 2015.

All future recruitments to be done through website, eMigrate.gov.in

All future recruitments to be done through website, eMigrate.gov.in
For detailed information go to Resources Tab of website: eMigrate.gov.in

Swatantara by Indian Consulate

Swatantara is an Indian Consulate in Dubai initiative supported by Indian doctors. Aim of the event is raise awareness about the ill effects of tobacco, alcohol and drugs among the students and the Indian community.

Swatantara stands for Students Working Against Tobacco, Alcohol, Narcotic And Related Abuses, which was officially inaugurated on the International Yoga Day by the World Boxing Champion Mary Kom. The initiative has picked up pace by setting up Swatantara units in various Indian schools to generate a positive peer pressure and initiate these children to become leaders against the menace of drug abuse.
As part of Gandhi Jayanthi celebrations, Indian Consulate is organizing a Swatantara inter school elocution contest and documentary movie making contest. Over 60 entries have been submitted. The topic for both competitions is “Role of the students in the Fight against Tobacco Alcohol and Drugs”. The event for students will be held from 9am to 1pm at the consulate auditorium. There has been an overwhelming response from across UAE with over 40 Schools confirming their participation. It will be followed by a musical concert interspersed with short talks against the dangerous effects of drugs by doctors and students coordinators of Swatantara. The musical part will showcase a blend of patriotic songs, Gandhi bhajans and old Hindi songs by ‘Signatures’, a musical group of doctors and their families including the young playback singer Abhirami Ajaikumar, from 6pm to 9pm.

Report on Swatantara

Swatantara is an Indian Consulate initiative aimed at Freedom from Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs in association with the Indian Doctors team, like minded people and student community.The highlight of the day was the Chief student coordinator of SWATANTARA ( Students Working Against Tobaco, Alcohol, NarcoTic And Related Abuses) Master Nishant Bhushan and his team administering a pledge to the students and public requesting them to abstain from the 3 major menaces in the society namely Tobacco, Drugs and Alcohol. Over 400 students participated in the interschool elocution and documentary movie making on contests on the topic : Role of Students in the Fight Against Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs ! After the Head of Chancery at the Dubai consulate Mrs Deepa Jain welcomed the audience , the upcoming play back singer Abhirami Ajai presented a collection of songs as a tribute to Bappuji titled Prem Sankeerthan .The key note address was delivered by Consul General Anurag Bhushan, who stressed the fact that SWATANTARA units are being set up in schools to motivate children to stay away from the vices and that SWATANTARA team will also visit Labour camps to educate them about the ill effects of Alcohol and tobacco as many are languishing in jails following their acts after drinking alcohol.The noted play back singer and youth icon Shri Vijay Yesudas was the Guest of Honour. In his address, he pledged his support along with his father the Legendary Yesudas’s support for SWATANTARA. A video message of Shri Dr KJ Yesudas was played. Vijay Yesudas thrilled the audience with two yesteryear super hit Hindi Songs of Shri Yesudas and also sang the recent superhit song in Malayalam which has broken all records, Malare from the film Premam.Swatantara Coordinator and specialist Dermatologist Dr TC Satish spoke on the ill effects of Tobacco, while the Gasteroenterologist Dr Ajit Tharakan spoke on the dangers of Alcohol.

This was followed by musical extravaganza by the Indian Doctors Musical Group SIGNATURES’, where several doctors and their family members including Dr Vimal Kumar, Dr Manoj, Dr Thomson, Dr Ajit Kumar and Suchetha Satish sang old Hindi Film Hits. The vote of thanks was proposed by Dr TC Satish, who among others thanked Gulf news Senior Editor Mr Alaric gomes for getting the support of Indian Captain Virat Kohli for SWATANTARA. He also thanked sporting icons Ms Sania Mirza , the world number one tennis player, VVS Laxman, Harbhajan Singh, Dr KJ Yesudas and Vijay Yesudas for supporting Swatantara.

Launch of Consulate’s mobile application

Thanks for registering for the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s community function on 17th August, 2015. Now as per Prime Ministers Digital India initiative the Consulate General of India, Dubai has developed a Mobile Application. The App is available in both Android platform and IOS platform. As the mobile phone usage among the expatriate community is quite wide, including blue collars, it is felt that App would enable the consulate to disseminate useful information to the Indian citizens and guide them in case of distress.

The main purpose of the App would be to provide details about various initiatives of Indian Government for providing assistance to Indian Community in UAE and helping Indians moving to UAE for employment or business opportunities with local information. It would also contain complete information with regard to Passport, Visa, Consular, Recuritment and other related matters. The App would also guide users in case of any exigency like a death case or any legal issue.

The App has links to various platforms floated by Indian Government like PMO website, e-Migrate and Madad. There is a provision for 24×7 accesses to the India Workers Resource Centre, including SOS buttons and message based grievance registration, which is expected to help Indian citizens in distress in UAE. This would enable user to reach the Consulate at the time of any personal emergency.
We intend to formally launch the App on 2nd October, 2015 on the Gandhi Jayathi Day as a Digital India initiative.

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