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‘The Founder Day’ celebrations @ Hamdard Public School

Today on 14th September 2016, HPS celebrated their Founder’s Day which manifest the Birth Anniversary of an illustrious philanthropist, thinker, visionary man and our founder Late Janab Hakeem Abdul Hameed Saheb.

There was a special Assembly held in the HPS auditorium which has been marked by the gracious presence of Mr. Samar Hamid, Addl. Secretary, Hamdard Education Society, Mr. Zubair Ahmed Khan, Principal, Hamdard Public School, respected teachers and lovable students to commemorate his simple lifestyle, high visions towards the emancipation of the Muslim community and their education, His Awards and Achievements.

In a special Assembly, students presented a wonderful skit on His “Simple Living, High Thinking” approach towards life, a briefed biographical power point presentation,  and informative speeches on His Awards and Achievements.

There was a special reward ceremony kept for the supporting non-teaching staff  who served us from the past many years and whose contributions can never be neglected.

Mr. Samar Hamid Sb. shared his personal experiences and reminisce the time spent with Late Janab Hakeem Abdul Hameed Sb. and marked his far sighted vision and their achievements as he set up several institutions include Hamdard National Foundation, Hamdard Education Society, Hamdard Study Circle, Hamdard Public School, Hamdard Institute of Historical Research etc.

He was honoured by several national and international awards including the Avicenna Award presented by the erstwhile USSR in 1983.  He was conferred with Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan by the Government of India.  He was also an honorary member of the Academy of Medical Science of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Founder-Chancellor of Jamia Hamdard, and Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.

Mr. Samar Hamid Sb. also shared Late Janab Hakeem Abdul Hameed Saheb’s  tag line “Zameen Ke Upar Kaam, Zameen Ke Neeche Aaram” and make us to understand the actual meaning of His saying, through carrying forward his noble vision and legacy.

Pics of the day:

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Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Sr. Librarian, HPS

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Joint pre-medical exam likely for 2016-17 session

The All India Pre-Medical and Pre-Dental Entrance exam for the academic year

2016-17 may not be held as scheduled on May 1,2016. A petition was filed in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, seeking a direction to hold the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (NEET) this year, which will be a joint medical entrance test for all medical colleges in India.

In its April 11 judgment, the Supreme Court recalled its 2013 verdict that quashed NEET and made it possible for the Medical Council of India (MCI) to hold a common examination for all dental, undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses.

MCI, the country’s top body responsible for regulating medical education, sent a proposal to introduce the common test in the 2016-17 academic year to the Union health ministry. “It could be possible to hold NEET this year if the time schedule fixed by SC is extended. We have forwarded the proposal to the government, let it take a call,” Dr Jayshree Mehta, president, MCI, told HT.

Senior health ministry officials said the ball was now in the HRD ministry’s court. “The onus of conducting the exam is on the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that comes under HRD. We had written to them and if they agreed it was possible, we would have approached SC for an extension,” said a senior official.

India has more than 400 medical colleges, including government and private — currently, only government institutions have a common medical entrance test. These colleges offer 31,000 undergraduate medical and dental seats (MBBS and BDS) and 11,000 PG (MD) seats.

The CBSE was planning to go ahead with the May 1 exam. “There were talks at the higher level but we weren’t conveyed anything. In such a scenario, we had no choice but to go ahead with the exam. If there’s a directive from court or otherwise, we may reconsider,” said an HRD ministry official.

A plea was also made to stay the exam. MCI’s senior advocate, Vikas Singh, informed court that the body was ready with a test schedule. But CBSE counsel submitted that he needed instructions on whether it was possible to hold the exam.

Courtesy: Hindustan Times, 28 Apr 2016 – p.15

All India Pre – Medical/Pre – Dental Entrance Test held on 4th May 2014

The Central Board of Secondary Education will conduct an All India Pre – Medical/Pre – Dental Entrance Test for admission to MBBS/BDS Courses in the academic session 2014 – 15 for the 15% seats in Government Medical/Dental Colleges all over India except in the States of Andhra Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir and also for admission to Medical/Dental Colleges voluntarily participating in the test on Sunday, the 04 th May, 2014 in selected cities across the Country and Abroad.

The Entrance Test will consist of one paper with 180 objective type questions from the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology (45 questions from each subject) . The Syllabus for this entrance examination is the same as notified by the Medical Council of India for NEET – UG which is available on website www.mciindia.org

Source: Central Board of Secondary Education, http://cbseneet.nic.in