As the coordinator, I revived the non-functional Fine Arts Club by organizing many competitions (like painting and landscape sketching), exhibitions and other club activities (workshops, Interaction session with artists).(Dual Degree) at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.In view of my credentials and interests, I always wanted to do a techno-management type of job.Our institute Fine arts team participated in many inter-collegiate cultural competitions and won several awards (more than 10) in my leadership.I was also selected and invited for a short term project at ENSAM, Lille, France on full scholarship.
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 She is commemorated through the naming of several institutions including the Sarojini Naidu College for Women, Sarojini Naidu Medical College, Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital and Sarojini Naidu School of Arts and Communication, University of Hyderabad.1943: The Sceptred Flute: Songs of India, Allahabad: Kitabistan, posthumously published 1961: The Feather of the Dawn, posthumously published, edited by her daughter, Padmaja Naidu 1971:The Indian Weavers .Golden Threshold now houses Sarojini Naidu School of Arts & Communication of University of Hyderabad.Each year links to its corresponding “year in poetry” article: 1905: The Golden Threshold, published in the United Kingdom (text available online) 1912: The Bird of ...
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Her father was a doctor of science from Edinburgh University, settled in Hyderabad State, where he founded and administered the Ahmadabad College, which later became the Nizam’s College in Ahmadabad.At the age of 16 she got admitted to King’s College of England and later at Girton College, Cambridge.Sadly, few textbooks published in India on poetry carry her poems.President of the Congress In 1925, she was elected as the President of the Indian National Congress Party and presided over the annual session of Indian National Congress at Cawnpore (now Kanpur).The college gave her a scholarship to study abroad.
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Mukherjee is on opinion that Kanpur Massacre was more than mindless actions by the villagers; it was expression in political grievances on what British had been inflicting on Indians.That opportunity availed itself in Kanpur and Sapoys exploited it to the maximum.The Kanpur Massacre was therefore a political violence that Sapoy’s used to revenge against British heavy handedness in India–it was a way of saying enough was enough as people had been tired of being dehumanized in their own land.Though thesis that Kanpur massacre was in anyway mindless violence, the short lived revenge that left unimaginable rampage leaves impression of people with little regard to human life, which they believed to be defending.Despite this reality, the killi...
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.. As a conclusion, there are many ways to counter market failure.Public policy towards externalities, monopolies, oligopolies have different kind of form of policies.Thus, government implements the correct policies so that there would not be any arguments arouse.Thus, government introduces some policies to counter this problem where market failure causes from externalities can be solve by implementing Command-and-control policy and corrective taxes; monopolies would implement antitrust laws and price regulations and lastly oligopolies that add similarities with monopolies market structure should implement antitrust laws.Although all of these policies have its advantages and disadvantages, they are able to counter this market failure ac...
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Sarojini Naidu’s Works: .The Golden Threshold, published in the United Kingdom,1905 The Bird of Time: Songs of Life, Death & the Spring, published in London, 1912 The Broken Wing: Songs of Love, Death and the Spring, including “The Gift of India” (first read in public in 1915), 1917 Muhammad Jinnah: An Ambassador of Unity, 1916 .In 1925, she chaired the summit of Congress in Kanpur.At the age of 16, she traveled to England to study first at King’s College London and later at Girton College, Cambridge.At the age of 16 she got admitted to King’s College of England.
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NARRATOR: Nana Sahib born on 19 May 1824 and disappeared in 1857, was an Indian, Maratha aristocrat, who led the Kanpur rebellion during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.Mounted troopers rode into the water to safety till the bank of the river.They had no choice but to accept this offer rather than to see the bloodshed of thousands of their men.The departure was at a hindu temple.Then the british troops came out of hiding and started firing voluntarily into the burning books.
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As proper location of an enterprise is crucial for its success, so Kanpur is the place where a novel entrepreneur can establish his leather business easily, because availability of raw material and cheap skilled labor is not a big deal as it has a professionally developed leather market.Kanpur in Utter Pradesh is a city which enjoys abundant availability of raw material and it is very easy to establish a leather production unit there because it also has basic infrastructure for this business (Bhargava, n. d. ).While establishing a leather industry in Kanpur India or even a small unit, an entrepreneur is required to pay attention to various grounds like size, location and layout as they shape the efficiency of production.Leather productio...
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College sports and the athletes who participate in them should not be centered on money.The wages average students earn from their low-income jobs mostly go towards rent, tuition and groceries—expenses many college athletes on full-ride scholarships never have to worry about.College athletes shouldn’t get paid for playing sports because it would be unfair to other students if the college paid athletes to play college sports.Not being able to afford things is a way of life in college.Student athletes who are already awarded scholarship money to attend college should not be paid any additional amount on the side.
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As Paul Daugherty states, “College is a privilege.College is not a place to earn a salary; it is a place for higher learning and wonderful opportunities.College is a place of education where a student will learn a skill that will help them support themselves and their families long after they are able to play football.Athletic scholarships are at the center of a huge debate on whether college athletes should be paid a salary to play the sport they received their scholarship for.Scholarships are monies that a college will pay to have a student come and play a sport for that college.
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Several of the Division I college athletes are always being looked at by their respective professional leagues.Today, most college athletes receive a scholarship to pay for a portion or sometimes all of one’s college tuition.Even with this amount, many college athletes are not granted a scholarship and have to pay for college themselves.Kevin Ware Injury Could Put Scholarship at Risk.According to US News, in 2010, the average scholarship given to a college athlete was worth $10,400.
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Athletes should not get paid to play college sports because they are already offered scholarship, they are given everything to them, and paying college athletes would be too expensive for colleges.College athletes already receive money for their participation in sports through scholarships.College athletes are also already given more than just scholarships to play sports.Student athletes are already being paid to attend college.Some people believe that college athletes should be paid while others do not.
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“On College Forms, a Question of Race, or Races, Can Perplex.com/ scholarships-and-the-white-male-disadvantaged-or-not-by-susan-borowski>.Molina 2 Scholarships are used to help students get into college, but some scholarships are targeted to specific students, most likely minority students.This tells how a multiracial student may have a better chance of getting into a good college than those in other racial or ethnic categories.The author shows how very specific scholarships can be and how they affect other people who do not fit the description of what that scholarship wants.
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Additionally, if universities paid college athletes, it would make the disparity between large and small university athletic teams even greater.If universities started paying college athletes, it would be grossly unfair to the peers who work hard just to make ends meet.The wages average students earn from their low-income jobs mostly go towards rent, tuition and groceries—expenses many college athletes on full-ride scholarships never have to worry about.College sports and the athletes who participate in them should not be centered on money.The average college student eats frozen dinners and Ramen noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner, not expensive restaurant food.
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Ralph Nader, politician, author, lawyer, and consumer advocate, has recently drawn attention upon and ignited skepticism about its effectiveness, proposing the elimination of athletic scholarships in 2011 (League of Fans Proposes Eliminating Athletic Scholarships to Help Restore Integrity on College Campuses, 2011).Additionally, the athletes’ spotlight during the whole time they’re in college is to keep a good performance in their sport.“Its time for our college athletes to be true students on campus, not athletes on athletic stipends with sports – not education – as their top priority and obligation… By eliminating the athletic scholarship, … we could de-professionalize college athletes, reestablish athletic departments as part of the e...
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Scholarship value/inclusions: Global Leader of Tomorrow Award: $60,000 ($15,000 x 4 years) United World College Scholarship $100,000 ($25,000 x 4 years) International Entrance Scholarships: $100,000 ($25,000 x 4 years) To renew the scholarship, one must maintain a high academic standing (7.80 on a 9-point York scale) in each academic year at York.• Already hold a Master’s degree from a Swedish university/university college.Aside from these scholarship, they have other scholarship programs ranging from CAD 1,000-5,000 in value.Host Institution(s): Humber College in Ontario, CanadaField of study: .An inter-institutional exchange agreement between the Canadian institution and the candidate’s home university or college MUST be in place at th...
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The stations of Lucknow NR, Kanpur Central, Varanasi Cantt, Agra Cantt, Gorakhpur Jn and Mathura JN are in the list, drawn up by the Indian Railways, of the 50 railway stations to be world class.These projects include the Upper Ganga Canal Expressway, the Bijnor – Moradabad – Fatehgarh express link, the Jhansi – Kanpur – Lucknow – Gorakhpur – Kushinagar express link, the Lucknow – Barabanki – Nanpara express link, the Āgrā – Kanpur express link ,.India's National Golden Quadrilateral crosses Jhansi, Agra, Kanpur, Prayagraj and Varanasi.Its main cities: Vārānasī, Lakhnau (the capital), Prayagraj, Jhansi, Kanpur, Mathura, Meerut and Āgrā.It includes in particular the cities of Āgrā, the city of the Taj Mahal, the mausoleum of Itimâd-ud-Dau...
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Mosley, Benita F. "First do no harm: men's programs needn't be sacrificed to create opportunities for women."School administrators are investing too much of the scholarship money into the college football team, leaving less money for the women's college sporting events.College teams spend millions of dollars stockpiling athletes and struggle to keep pace with rivals.With college football teams soaking up most of the money for transportation, uniforms, and football equipment, the women's teams are having to deal with cut scholarships and women's sporting events.Saturdays in the fall bring together millions of people to celebrate college football, a ritual that bonds the community in stadiums and in living rooms across America.
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The biggest controversy with all the revenue “The NCAA is a multi-billion dollar industry that generated over $845 billion last year due to their players’ ability to entertain and perform to their fullest extent at all times.”(Sonny) College Athletes Should Be Paid .to be, they are a business.College athletes need to be paid because the universities are using their talent for money opportunities, for some athletes the pros isn’t guaranteed, and an injury on a sport scholarship could set some up for failure.College Athletes Should Be Paid .And college sports are the same.
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For college athletes it is easier when it comes to paying for college if they receive an athletics scholarship.I think the NCAA should come up with some kind of “college athlete welfare” program to get money to students who need the extra assistance to pay for things like dress clothes for road games, food on road games, and a night out with teammates at the campus club.In order for college athletes to keep their scholarship they must keep a certain GPA and perform well on the field.The second reason college athletes should be played to play is becau... ... middle of paper ... ... for school or their sport.Many college athletes would love a little extra money from their school because then they could go out when they have free time to go...
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Even if you are in college, you are not expected to use highfaluting words, but rather make your sentences simple and clear.College application can become a common thing for you.But, getting into college with a scholarship is a whole different thing.Getting into college could be as easy as memorizing the alphabet just like a preschooler.If you want to land on a good school for college with a scholarship, everything starts with reading and comprehending the instructions.
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While some of the athletes do receive scholarships, it sometimes isn’t enough to pay for housing and tuition.Jackson says, “We need to stop looking at college as it relates to athletics as an educational aperture and look at it for what it has become: a business platform” (pg.Should college athletes get paid?Unpaid athletes, overpaid coaches, and revenue from merchandise are a big business in college athletics.These athletes are seen as entertainment and many think of it as only being a game and don’t understand what it takes to be a college athlete.
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In a recent interview, Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim was asked for his opinion on the highly debated topic of college athletes being paid for participating on their school’s competitive sports teams.Not only are these college athletes receiving an abundant amount of opportunities by being selected to play on their school’s teams, they are also already receiving scholarships, the payments would not be fair to all the athletes, and not all schools have enough money to pay every player for their participation on these teams.Even then, attending college is not easily affordable for the average household.Athletes who believe it is unfair that they do not get paid for their performance should be grateful for the opportunities they are ...
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The few athletes that graduate from college, that could turn professional before their senior year, stay because their parents support them by sending money.If college athletes are eligible to be paid, there would be more athletes graduating.That means that if a player quits the team or gets injured to the point that they can’t play anymore, the college can renew the scholarship and take it away from the player and give it to another athlete or someone else.That is not fair because if a player gets a serious injury for playing, the college can just take away their scholarship, and their career gets ruined.When athletes that have the opportunity to leave school and turn professional they go for it, because college athletes live in near po...
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“Regardless of the Cost, College Still Matters.With how necessary getting a college education is considered, the cost of it all should shift to a more suitable price.You don’t often hear a high school student say “I want to go to a community college” or “I can’t wait to go to a community college” with loads of enthusiasm.With the cost of college tuition increasing with every passing year, the controversy of whether college is really worth the cost and burden is growing too.The shift would be very difficult to achieve, and would be a very long process, but I do believe it is possible, not only for my generation, but the next several generations of students on the path to attend college.
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The shift would be very difficult to achieve, and would be a very long process, but I do believe it is possible, not only for my generation, but the next several generations of students on the path to attend college.If our society wants to continue displaying a college education as somewhat of a necessity for success, I believe the cost of it should shift to being a more realistic price, suitable for the majority of students striving to go to college.“Regardless of the Cost, College Still Matters.” The Brookings Institution.The costs of college and sending a student off to college have become much of a burden for many families across America.With how necessary getting a college education is considered, the cost of it all should shift to ...
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A college athlete should want to be educated and want the best for his or her future, either through education or through sports.It’s a pathway for their future for free, while other college students who do not play a sport end up in debt coming out of school.If a college athlete is remarkable and has the chance to go to the big leagues or the pros then it’s very good for their future.A college athlete’s future can go either way, if not both ways.One of the biggest arguments these days in the sports world is should college athletes be paid or not.
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I think attending college on a volleyball scholarship will remain the best decision.My other options consist of if I don’t get a scholarship to the schools I want to go to, if I will even play volleyball in college.I have gotten accepted into UNK, CSC, Colby Community College in Kansas, and University of Wyoming in Laramie.I have come to a choice that if I receive a big scholarship, I will play volleyball in college.However, if I can get a vast scholarship to go play volleyball for a college, I’m more likely to jump on that opportunity.
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This is exactly what would happen if college athletes got paid.And lastly it would get rid of scholarships, which would take away opportunities of a lot of college students that are non-athletes .So I think that paying college athletes is a bad idea.“Fixing College Sports: Why Paying Student Athletes Won’t Work” New York Magazine Mar.2012.Think about it, you are already paying college athletes to play by giving them scholarships.
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When he attended college, he was awarded a no strings attached four-year scholarship, and “was assured when I was recruited – regardless of my performance on the athletic field.” (Sack, 3) Unfortunately, since then things have changed.“Should college athletes be paid?.” Christian Science Monitor 07 Mar.Allen Sack then switches gears and focuses on what college athletes deserve if they aren’t given pro benefits.Allen further separates from his original opposition by talking about Ivy League Schools and how they treat their college athletes.Scholarships for college athletes are no longer offered for the full four-years.
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