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Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-23-2012

This topic shall look at how kafir schools suffer from admitting riotous muslim students


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-23-2012

It is noticed that when muslims are admitted to xtian schools, soon they create a ruckus



such as doing namaz, then trying to build a mosque on the spot where they do namaz etc



Growing mullah beard, flouting school uniform and wearing burkha etc


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/kerala/article2131795.ece



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KANNUR, June 24, 2011

Principal’s home attacked over school uniform issue



MOHAMED NAZEER

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Stones were pelted at the house of the Principal of a local school affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) at midnight on Thursday. The attack is apparently connected with the controversy over the school’s decision to strictly enforce the school uniform amidst protests by some Muslim students’ organisation at its refusal to allow some Muslim students to wear long-sleeve kameez.



The house of Deepika Jaidas, Principal of the Sree Narayana Vidya Mandir (SNVM) here, came under attack at around midnight. Two windowpanes were smashed in the attack. The attack on the house near the Sub Jail close to the Taluk Office and the Collectorate here, followed protests by the Campus Front and the Students Islamic Organisations, students wings of the Popular Front of India (PFI) and the Jamat-e-Islami respectively, on June 23, against the school authorities’ decision that no student would be exempted from wearing any modified versions of the school uniform of salwar and half-sleeve kameez. The organisations protested against the action taken by the school authorities against some students who had attended classes wearing full-sleeve kameez.



Principal Deepika Jaidas told The Hindu on Friday that three big stones were hurled at the house by some miscreants late at night. Two windowpanes were broken in the attack, she said, adding that the police personnel from the Town Police Station nearby had reached the spot immediately and registered a case.



The school is managed by the Sree Bhakthi Samvardhini Yogam, a local organisation dedicated to the ideals of Sree Narayana Guru. The controversy started when the school authorities asked six Muslim girls who had come to the class wearing the full-sleeve kameez to obey the school’s regulations on the uniform. The Principal warned the students on June 8 and later suspended them on June 20 when they continued to defy the school rules concerning the uniform. While three of the students had been given transfer certificates (TC) on their request, the remaining three were allowed to attend the classes after they agreed to wear the prescribed uniform.



Ms. Jaidas said that the school rules and regulations could not be changed to suit the demands of one or the other groups of students.



She said the school had earlier taken a firm stand when some Hindu boys studying in the school wanted to wear black clothes during the Sabarimala pilgrimage season. She also said that she had, on June 23, replied to the letter sent by Deputy Director of Education P.K. Ayyappan seeking clarification from the school authorities on the uniform issue. The Principal said she had made it clear in the reply that all students should follow the school’s rules concerning the uniform.



The DDE had sought the response of the school authorities following a direction from District Collector Anand Singh. The Collector had directed that the students be allowed to wear the full-sleeve kameez.



A few days ago, two Plus Two students, Nufsin and Shahanaz who had applied for TC, said at a press conference that their decision followed the school authorities’ refusal to be allowed to wear clothes in accordance with their religious faith. Jumaina, a class X student, who was among the students suspended for wearing full-sleeve kameez, had said at the press meet that the restriction on wearing the uniform was introduced recently but there was no restriction on wearing the headscarf.



The Campus Front had staged a march to the school on Thursday demanding that the students be allowed to wear the full-sleeve uniform. A march to the DDE office here was also taken out by SIO students raising the same demand.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

http://www.the-star.co.ke/national/national/60279-muslim-student-fights-to-wear-hijab-in-school



Muslim student fights to wear hijab in school

TUESDAY, 31 JANUARY 2012 00:10 BY JILLO KADIDA



A student who wants to be allowed to wear a hijab in school yesterday demonstrated to the court how the headgear is worn. The hijab, a headgear traditionally worn by Muslim women to preserve their modesty covers the head, neck and ears and only leaves the face exposed. The demonstration was made during the hearing of a case filed by Anisa Bashir on behalf of her daughter and the 48 Muslim students at Kenya High School in Nairobi who want to be allowed to continue wearing the headgear.



Mrs Bashir, who is represented by Omwanza Ombati, said it is the right of her daughter and the other Muslim girls at the school to wear the hijab. She said the decision by the school to deny them this right is illegal. Ombati attached a letter from the Ministry of Education addressed to all heads of public schools saying Muslim students should be allowed to wear the hijab. ''By virtue of the Ministry of Education's instruction, the school is under legal duty to allow the girls to wear the hijab in the school,'' said Ombati.



He said the parents had on many occasions tried to solve the issue amicably but to no avail. The school has strongly argued against allowing the girls to wear the hijab, saying it is against the principle of promoting school uniform for equality. The school, which is represented by Fred Ngatia, said when the student joined it in 2009, she was not wearing a hijab and voluntarily signed to abide by all its rules and regulations.



''Among the rules she agreed to abide by was one which says wearing of school uniform should be strictly observed. The school uniform is considered critical in promoting discipline in the student community,'' said Ngatia. "If the court allows the Muslim students to wear head scarves, this will open a can of worms for all manner of demands for wearing of 'religious' regalia such as turbans, buibui, ornaments and dreadlocks," the school said in an affidavit sworn by the Board of Governors Secretary Rosemary Saina.



The hearing will continue on February 23. Ngatia told the judge that none of the students are allowed to have any outward manifestation of their religion. He said the more than 600 parents of the school met in March 2010 to debate on the issue of whether to give Muslim students preferential treatment and resolved that the hijab should not be allowed. They said that once Muslim students were allowed to wear the hijab other students who prophese the Hindu, Legio Maria and Christian faiths might start making demands. The case will resume hearing on February 23.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

http://www.asianews.it/index.php?l=en&art=16086&geo=2&size=A



Hindu students against Muslim girl kept out of class for wearing a headscarf

by Nirmala Carvalho

The case involves the Sri Venkatarama Swamy College in Bantwal, near Mangalore. School regulations do not impose any ban but the student’s classmates and the school principal object to her “half-burqa”, seen as a provocative religious symbol.



Mangalore (AsiaNews) – Aysha Asmin, a Muslim student at the Sri Venkatarama Swamy College (SVS) in Bantwal, near Mangalore (Karnataka), cannot go to class wearing a traditional Islamic headscarf. Hindu students object to it.

Aysha, a first year student at SVS College, arrived at the school on 11 July, the first day of the new academic year, her head covered in accordance with Islamic precepts.



School regulations ban black dhotis traditionally worn by followers of the Hindu deity Ayyappan but are silent with regards to headcovers for Muslims.



The matter came to the fore because of objections by some of her classmates. For them Aysha’s headcover was a provocative religious symbol. They demanded the school order the female student to remove it in class, which is what the school did on 6 August.



A meeting between the student’s parents and SVS College Principal Sitaram Mayya did not solve the matter.



In fact the principal said that Aysha did not wear a headscarf but a “half-burqa” and that the ban was imposed to avoid tensions among students.



Events at the college in Bantwal have caught the attention of public opinion in the State of Karnataka where Muslim-Hindu relations are often tense and controversial.



In many cities and villages an unwritten law prevents young people from the two religious groups from speaking to one another in public.



Women are especially affected by this climate since they tend to be victims of violence and discrimination by the more fundamentalist fringe groups in the two religions.



Aysha is not the only Muslim female student in that college. There are three other female Muslim students in her class but they submitted to the principal’s order. They “stopped wearing a scarf after being threatened,” she said.



Aysha said she had no intention of tarnishing the image of the college but added that she would fight for her right to cover her head and get an education.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report_khan-surname-kill-chances-of-admission-in-school_1557715





Khan surname kill chances of admission in school?

Published: Wednesday, Jun 22, 2011, 1:11 IST

By Puja Pednekar | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA





Religion has come in the way of some students seeking admission in a convent school in Sewri. Parents allege Sewri’s Our Fatima High School refused admission to their children on communal grounds. “The principal told us to approach mullahs and ask them to open schools in mosques or madrassas,” said an angry parent.



Around 23 parents whose children were refused admission to Junior Kg have written a letter to the education department and complained that the school made communal remarks when they approached the institute.



“They turned us away saying we should approach our mullahs and ask them to open schools above mosques. We were also asked to tell the corporator and MLA to open a new school in our area,” said B Khan, another aggrieved parent.



Some parents allege that the school’s clerical staff has insulted them on various occasions. “The school cleaner rebuked me for having too many children. She said a ‘third child’ will not get admission. I was not even allowed to meet the principal,” claimed S Khan, who wanted admission for his son Anas.



Others have alleged words like ‘terrorists’ are openly used by the staff against members of the Muslim community. “We were told that our children will not get admission because we are responsible for bombings in the country,” alleged Fahmida Shaikh, another aggrieved parent.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/Namaz-in-school--Rajouri-tense/896784/



Namaz in school: Rajouri tense



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Tension continued to prevail in the border town of Rajouri, with Hindus opposing and Muslims insisting on offering namaz at an ancient structure on the premises of Government Higher Secondary School for Boys.



As Divisional Commissioner, Jammu, Pawan Kotwal and Inspector General of Police, Jammu zone, Dilbagh Singh continued holding parleys with both sides, the Hindus observed a complete bandh in the town, asking the administration not to allow any place of worship inside the school premises as it had students from both communities. The Muslims, however, kept their establishments open there.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/28/muslim-students-catholic-university_n_1064048.html



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A law school professor has filed a complaint with the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights, alleging that Catholic University of America, a private institution, discriminates against Muslim students.



John F. Banzhaf III claims the school "[denies Muslim students] equal access to the benefits CUA provides to other student groups," according to a press release, posted on PRLog.



The professor's allegations stem from the school's failure to give formal recognition to a Muslim Association, although its law school recognizes a Jewish association, according to theThe Tower, Catholic University's school newspaper.



In addition, Banzhaf says it is unfair that Catholic University does not provide its Muslim students with separate prayer rooms to conduct their daily rituals without being surrounded by religious insignia, such as crucifixes, the press release states.



In a 2010 interview with National Public Radio, University president John Garvey openly admitted that there are no rooms "exclusively" reserved for Muslim prayer, but explained that various spaces are made available for the students, Fox News points out.



But that's not good enough, Banzhaf says. The press release states:


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

MAJOR COMMUNAL RIOT IN MURSHIDABAD, 12 HINDU DEAD, HUNDREDS INJURED INCLUDING ONE DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE

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Today, 10th July, a major communal riot broke in Murshidabad district. Till now 12 persons dead, most of them Hindus, hundreds injured including 10 policemen and one D.S.P. rank police officer. Two village markets and hundreds of Hindu houses were looted and burnt. Firing between police and Muslim rioters still going on at 11.30 night. Curfew imposed in the whole area. BSF and CRPF deployed to help police and RAF.



Perhaps the whole incident planned to welcome the proposed Aligarh Muslim University Campus in this district.



Jhaubona High School is a big higher secondary school in Jhaubona village under Nawda police station in Beldanga sub division in Murshidabad district. Among total 1000 students of this school, about 50% are Muslim students. For long they were demanding to offer Friday Namaz inside the school. But school management and the Hindu students resisted it apprehending that it will create a virtual mosque inside the school. So, the furious Muslim students made objection against Saraswati Puja in the school and the school management has been compelled to stop Saraswati puja last year in the school. In spite of that, the Muslim students were not satisfied. So they planned to offer Friday Namaz today (10 July) by force inside the school without any permission from Head Master or School Management. Hindu students protested and altercation started at 12 noon between two groups of students. Muslims were prepared. Through cell phone they spread the false message that Hindu students attacked Muslim students in the school. Within 10-15 minutes, thousands of Muslims led by the students of nearby Trimohini Madrasa rushed to the school. They attacked the school students, the big village market of Trimohini, and two Hindu villages Jhaubona and Trimohini. Many Hindu shops in the Trimohini market were burnt and looted. Many Hindu houses were burnt and looted in the villages Jhaubona and Garapara. In one house 4 Hindus died in the fire including one father and his daughter were burnt alive.



Till now, according to our sources, 12 Hindus are dead, more than one hundred injured, though the district administration will surely give a lesser number.



Many are missing. Nobody knows how many of the missing persons are already dead.



Police and RAF could not control the situation. So, BSF and CRPF are called in. Till evening, police fired 250 rounds. 10 policemen were injured, among them condition of 4 are very serious. One D.S.P. is seriously injured. He has been admitted in a private nursing home to avoid media scrutiny. On the road at Begunbari village, Muslims burnt 2 buses and one matador. One Tata Sumo car and its passengers were attacked. The broken car and its passengers have been brought to Beldanga Bharat Sevashram Sangha for their safety.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 02-26-2012

Appeal to teach Urdu in English medium schools

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Hyderabad, May 31: President All India Samajika Mahajana Sangharshana Samithi, Mohammad Nasir Hussain requested strict implementation of GO regarding teaching Urdu as second language in English medium schools so that Muslim students can perform well in exams.



In a statement he said Urdu is the mother tongue of Muslims hence if Muslim students who take admissions in English medium schools have Urdu as their second language it would be better for them, since they can make their future better through good educational performance.


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Anti-social school turns Muslim girl students away

Eidul-fitr proved to be a good time to bring sorrow to Muslim girl students. Around 100 Muslim girl students were turned away by a Parsi-run English medium school in Poona (Pune), Maharashtra for applying Mehndi (Hina/Hena) on their hands. Principal Arnita Batra said that the children have been asked not to come to school for the next three days. “We just want to create better citizens for tomorrow”, she added.



Around 100 girl students who had applied henna (mehendi) on their hands were barred entry to the Bai Najamai Noshirwan Dastur primary school on Tuesday, sparking angry reactions from their parents. The girls were turned away at the gates of the school, which is located at Tarapore road in Pune Camp. The primary school houses students from the first to the fourth standard. [TOI]



Parents of these outcast students soon went into a protesting hysteria peculiar to Indian Muslims. No organisation has apparently come out to support or oppose either the ban or the following protests. This was the most shameful attack on Muslim culture in recent times. Tolerance is what is demanded of Muslims and is not to be reciprocated particularly by such anti-social institutions that keep bragging about it all the time.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article3009826.ece



In Delhi's nursery classes, Muslim children are a rarity



BINDU SHAJAN PERAPPADAN

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Low Muslim representation appears to be a striking feature of this year's admissions to nursery classes in Delhi's private schools. Of 92 schools which provided some sort of information on their websites, as many as 20 (or their branches) admitted no Muslim child while 17 admitted only one Muslim child each.



While the sketchy nature of available data — with only a few schools willing to reveal the numbers of Muslim applicants — makes it difficult conclusively to establish the prevalence of bias — information from individual schools suggests Muslims applied in fairly significant numbers this year and were, on average, less likely to be selected for admission than non-Muslims. For example, against 170 available seats, the Pusa Road branch of Springdales School received 2,443 applications of which 155 were from Muslim children. The school admitted two Muslim children in the Economically Weaker Section category. Delhi Public School, East of Kailash, received 2997 applications — of which 269 were from Muslims — against 180 vacancies. This school, which is close to many Muslim neighbourhoods, admitted five Muslim children in all.



On Sunday, social activist Abdul Khaliq wrote to Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit alleging that these skewed figures amounted to “denial of quality education” to Muslim children. In a letter to Ms. Dikshit, copies of which were sent to Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal and principals of all major private schools in the Capital, he said: “Data collected by us on the number of Muslim children admitted to nursery class this academic year in the city's popular private schools indicate dismally low numbers. Although Muslims comprise about 15 per cent of the population, less than 0.5 per cent of Muslim children have been admitted [to these schools].”



Mr. Khaliq, who said distressed Muslim parents had approached him for help, looked at a total of 179 schools. Of these, 87 failed to upload admission details on their websites as mandated by the Directorate of Education.



The Kirti Nagar branch of Springdales School admitted no Muslim child while the school's Dhaula Kuan branch admitted one Muslim child.



Of 150 children admitted by Blue Bells, Lajpat Nagar, two were Muslims. The ratio for Indian School, Sadiq Nagar, was three of 120. The best figures were posted by Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, which admitted 65 Muslim children against 240 available seats — 23 and 42 in general and Economically Weaker Section category. All three schools are located in neighbourhoods with large populations of Muslims.



What explains such a large variation in the numbers of Muslim children admitted? Why are so many schools entirely unable to admit Muslim children when a school like DPS seems to have had no difficulty on this count? As Mr. Khaliq pointed out in his letter, the problem appears to be an offshoot of the widely-varying points system followed by school managements: “Indian School has earmarked 30 points for those living in the neighbourhood and Blue Bells 40 points, whereas Cambridge Primary School has only 10 neighbourhood points.”



Mr. Khaliq argued that the system was weighted against Muslim children. For example, Cambridge School awarded seven neighbourhood points to Muslim-dominated Zakir Nagar as against 10 to the more upscale New Friends Colony. The two colonies are a mere 1.18 km apart.



Said Mr. Khaliq: “Muslims in the city are concentrated in a few segregated areas and slums, of which Zakir Nagar is one and although it is less than 2 km from Cambridge School, children of Zakir Nagar are awarded only seven neighbourhood points, whereas Friends Colony gets 10 points and much more distant Lajpat Nagar applicants are also given seven points. It may be a coincidence but the sad fact is that [most] private schools near Muslim-dominated colonies have kept the neighbourhood points very low.”



He said this “exclusion” had forced Muslim parents from across the city to send their wards to the only quality school under Muslim management in Delhi — Hamdard Public School in Sangam Vihar. “The point system with marks for parents' qualification, alumni, and sibling, etc., only adds to the exclusion of the Muslim population.”



School managements uniformly refute the charge of bias. The principal of one school, which admitted no Muslim child, said, “The problem arises because almost all the parents in the Capital want their children to go to a few select popular private schools which offer only limited seats. Neither the school management nor the existing point system can be blamed for this.”



The former Central Board of Secondary Education chairman Ashok Ganguly, who introduced the points system in 2006, disagrees that the points system is flawed. He told The Hindu: “The point system was introduced to bring in a heterogeneous classroom and promote a transparent system for admitting students to school. To a very large extent the schools have succeeded in doing that. This system does not allow schools to discriminate on the basis of caste, creed or religion.”


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

http://beyondheadlines.in/2012/03/discrimination-against-muslim-children/



Discrimination against Muslim Children

Posted by adminIndia, Latest News, LeadSunday, March 18th, 2012

BeyondHeadlines Special Correspondent

This year, low admission to nursery classes in Delhi Private Schools has raised many doubts among the Muslims community. Of 92 schools which provided some sort of information on their websites, as many as 20 admitted no Muslim child while 17 admitted only one Muslim child each.

There are a very few schools which are willing to reveal the numbers of Muslim applicants that makes it difficult to establish the prevalence of bias. For example, against 170 available seats, the Pusa Road branch of Springdales School received 2,443 applications of which 155 were from Muslim children. The school admitted two Muslim children in the Economically Weaker Section category. Delhi Public School, East of Kailash, received 2997 applications of which 269 were from Muslims-against 180 vacancies. This school, which is close to many Muslim neighbourhoods, admitted five Muslim children in all.

In this regards, Abdul Khaliq, General Secretary of Lok Jan Shakti Party had written to Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, few days ago alleging that these skewed figures amounted to denial of quality education to Muslim children. In a letter to Dikshit, copies of which were sent to Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal and principals of all major private schools in the Capital, he stated, “Data collected by us on the number of Muslim children admitted to nursery class this academic year in the city’s popular private schools indicate dismally low numbers. Although Muslims comprise about 15 per cent of the population, less than 0.5 per cent of Muslim children have been admitted.”

Distressed Muslim parents are approaching to community leaders as well as concerned people to raise voice against the discrimination. At lest 87 schools failed to upload admission details on their websites as mandated by the Directorate of Education.

The Kirti Nagar branch of Springdales School admitted no Muslim child while the school’s Dhaula Kuan branch admitted one Muslim child. Of 150 children admitted by Blue Bells, Lajpat Nagar, two were Muslims. The ratio for Indian School, Sadiq Nagar, was three of 120. The best figures were posted by Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, which admitted 65 Muslim children against 240 available seats-23 and 42 in general and Economically Weaker Section category. All three schools are located in neighbourhoods with large populations of Muslims.

What explains such a large variation in the numbers of Muslim children admitted? Why are so many schools entirely unable to admit Muslim children when a school like DPS seems to have had no difficulty on this count? As Khaliq pointed out in his letter, the problem appears to be an offshoot of the widely-varying points system followed by school managements: “Indian School has earmarked 30 points for those living in the neighbourhood and Blue Bells 40 points, whereas Cambridge Primary School has only 10 neighbourhood points.”

The current admission policy of Private School in Delhi have not only given mental agony to parents, but also provided an opportunity where the Minority Community start feeling that their children are being discriminated.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

The following table gives the details of admission of the students

S. No. School Name Total No. of Seats in School No. of Muslim children Selected

1 Springdales School, Pusa Road 170 0

2 Springdales School, Kirti Nagar 0

3 Bal Bharti Public School, Rohini 184 0

4 Bal Bharti Public School, Dwarka 147 1 in EWS, 1 in General

5 Mount Carmel School, Anand Niketan 85 0

6 Maharahja Agarsen Model School, Pitam Pura 160 0

7 Bharti Public School, Mayur Vihar(Pre Primary) 80 2 in General

8 Saint Marks School, Janak Puri 252 0

9 Salwan Junior Public School, Naraina Vihar Not available on school website 0

10 Shah International School, Paschim Vihar 70 0

11 CRPF Public School, Dwarka 105 0

12 Prabhu Dayal Public School, Shalimar Bagh 200 0

13 N K Bagrodia Public School, Dwarka 180 0

14 Shiksha Bharti Public School, Dwarka 100 0

15 BGS International Public School, Dwarka 104 0

16 Mata Jai Kaur Public School, Ashok Vihar-52 176 5 in EWS

17 Air Force Bal Bharti School Lodhi Road 0

18 DL DAV Model School, Shalimar Bagh 86 0

19 Mirambika Reserch Centre for Integral Education & Human Values 14 0

20 Brilliant Convent Sr Sec School, Pitampura 80 0

21 Venkateshwar International School, Rohini 69 in first list 0

22 Bloom Public School, Vasant Kunj 96 0

23 Remal Public Sr Sec School, Rohini (PREP Class) 19 in 1st List 0

24 Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan 136 1

25 The Heritage School, Rohini 140 3

26 Kulachi Hansraj Modern School, Ashok Vihar 300 3

27 DPS, Vasant Vihar 216 3 in General, 1 in EWS

28 DPS, East of Kailash 180 3 in General, 2 in EWS

29 DPS, Vasant Kunj 175 2

30 DPS, Dwarka 180 3 from EWS

31 Mount Carmel School, Dwarka 60 1

32 Tagore International, Vasant Vihar 134 3

33 Ahlcon International School, Mayur Vihar 160 2

34 ASN School, Mayur Vihar 200 2

35 Bal Bhavan Public School, Mayur Vihar 3

36 Gyan Bharti School, Saket 150 5

37 Blue Bells School International, Lajpat Nagar 150 2

38 DAV, Dayanand Vihar 1

39 Nirmal Bhartia School, Dwarka 60 2

40 Sneh International School, Vikas Marg 100 6

41 Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Lodhi Road 1

42 Bhai Parmanand Vidya Mandir, Anand Vihar 1

43 Laxman Public School, Hauz Khas 105 4

44 The Indian School, New Delhi-49 120 3

45 Bal Bharti Public School, ,Karol Bagh 150 7

46 Lilavati Vidya Mandir,Shakti Nagar 250 5

47 PP International School 90 1

48 The Pinnacle,Panchsheel Enclave 120 3

49 St George’s School, Alaknanda 200 8

50 The Mothers International School 120 2

51 Birla Vidya Niketan, Pushp vihar 80 2 in general, 1 in EWS

52 Shaheed Rajpal DAV Public schoolDayanand Vihar 150 1

53 DAV-Pushpanjali, Pitampura 160 2

54 St. Thomas School, Dwarka 427 5

55 Hansraj Model School, Punjabi Bagh 500 1 in General, 6 in EWS

56 The Heritage School, Vasant Kunj 40 2

57 Apeejay School Pitam Pura 180 1 in General, 2 in EWS

58 Apeejay School, Saket 90 4 in General, 2 in EWS

59 The Srijan School, Model Town 120 1 in EWS

60 Gyan Mandir Public School, Naraina Vihar 90 3 in General, 1 in EWS

61 G D Goenka Public School, Vasant Kunj 76 +42 EWS 1 in EWS

62 G D Goenka Public School, Dwarka 200 3

63 Red Roses Public School, Saket 100 2

64 Don Bosco School, Alaknanda, GK 5 in 2nd List, 1 in EWS

65 Vasant Valley School, Vasant Kunj 90 1 in General, 1 in EWS

66 G D Salwan School, Old Rajinder Nagar 80 2

67 Salwan Public School, Mayur Vihar Not available on website 2

68 N C Jindal Public School, Punjabi Bagh 200 4

69 Chinmaya Viodyalaya, Vasant Vihar 160 2 in EWS

70 Dwarka International, Dwarka 140 3 in General1 in EWS

72 Modern School, Vasant Vihar 120 3

73 Lilawati Vidya Mandir, Shakti Nagar 268 8 in General1 in EWS

74 Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Ashok Vihar 500 4

75 New Era Junior School, Rajouri Garden/ Narayana Vihar 500 2

76 Tagore International, East of Kailash 176 16

77 Montfort School, Ashok Vihar, ND-52 49 from Draw 1

78 Carmel Convent School, Chanakyapuri 100 5 in General

79 The Shri Ram School, Vasant Vihar 112 3

80 DPS, Rohini 140 1

81 DAV Sreshatha Vihar Delhi-92 250 1

82 Bal Bharti Public School Pitam Pura 368 1

83 Bosco Public School Pashim Vihar 90 2

84 Birla Vidya Niketan, Pushp Vihar 80 1 in EWS

85 Adarsh Public School, Vikas Puri 180 1 in EWS

86 Bal Bhawan International School, Dwarka List of 250 on Website 1

87 Suraj Bhan DAV Public School, Vasant Vihar 120 1 in General1 in Waiting List

88 Adharshila Vidyapeeth, Pitampura 200 2 in EWS

90 Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka 160 2

91 Veda Vyasa DAV Public School, Vikas Puri 47 candidates in first list 0

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92 Poorna Prajna Public School, Vasant Kunj 120 1


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

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Muslim Students Discriminated in Delhi’s Private School

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Admission of Muslim students is increasingly becoming a rarity in the private schools of the national capital. This situation has alarmed activists and intellectuals alike. Gen. Secretary of Lok Jan Shakti Party, Abdul Khaliq has raised serious questions in his letter to Sheila Dikshit, the Chief Minister of Delhi and has copied the letter to Kapil Sibal, the Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India.



The letter of Abdul Khaliq is produced below:



Dear Madam Sheila Dixit ji,

It has rightly been said that the answer to all our national problems comes to a single word and that word is “education”. Of particular importance is the education imparted to the youth. Many centuries ago, Aristotle observed that “all who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of a civilisation depends on the education of the young.”

The uncomfortable truth about schooling in the national Capital is that quality education is available mainly in private schools. In point of fact, a yearly, area-wise survey of schools in Delhi conducted by a leading national daily has invariably listed only private schools among the ten best institutions in each area. It is also a stark reality that children educated in these private schools have a clear advantage when later competing for admission to college, professional and vocational courses. Madam, this brings me to the main point of the letter. There is deep disquiet within the Muslim community at the fact that they are denied the basic and fundamental right of just and equal access to school education. We have collected damning evidence to show that a palpably biased and unequal system has ensured that Muslims cannot have an adequate presence in private schools. The invisible but impenetrable wall of historical prejudice and official apathy has resulted in the present grim situation. Data collected of the number of Muslim children admitted to nursery out of the total nursery admissions in private schools clearly demonstrates the systematic discrimination and exclusion faced by the Muslim community. It is clear that private schools discriminate not only on the basis of the social status of the aspirants but also on religious grounds. Although Muslims comprise about 15 percent of the population, less than 0.5 percent of Muslim children have been admitted to nursery in private schools in Delhi.

There are clearly fundamental flaws in the admission procedures adopted by the private schools. Most significantly, schools are following widely differing yardsticks for admission. For instance, Indian School, Sadiq Nagar has earmarked 30 points for those living in the neighbourhood and Blue Bells,Greater Kailash 40 points; whereas Cambridge Primary School; New Friends colony has only 10 neighbourhood points. Moreover, the concepts of “neighbourhood” vary from 2kms to 12kms. For reasons well known to everybody, Muslims are concentrated in a few segregated ghettos and Slums, of which Zakir Nagar is one. Although it is less than 2kms from Cambridge school, children of Zakir Nagar are awarded only 7 neighbourhood points whereas Friends colony gets 10 points and much more distant Lajpat Nagar applicants are also given 7 points. It may be a coincidence but the sad fact is that private schools near Muslim-dominated colonies have kept the neighbourhood points very low.

A number of private schools have deliberately withheld information regarding the mix of students who have applied and the number admitted, although such information should legitimately be in the public domain.

Many private schools have introduced a complicated set of criteria that include points for Community service,Parents schooling from outside Delhi, transfer, National award winner, Single Parent ,etc. So elastic is the criteria that it gives the school management leeway to admit whomsoever they please.

There is only one quality school under Muslim management in the city, i.e. Hamdard Public School, Sangam Vihar.Because of obvious difficulties in getting admission in good neighbourhood schools, Muslim children are obliged to commute 2-3 hours to school and back every day from distant colonies. For example, large number of Muslim students travel from Taj and Sartaj Enclave, Geeta Colony, Ajmeri Gate etc., to Hamdard Public School.

Distressed Muslim parents have approached us to take up this issue with the Government. Madam, knowing your unflinching commitment to the cause of the weaker sections, particularly the minorities, we are confident that you will issue the necessary directives to resolve the problems that we have highlighted above.

With warm regards



Yours faithfully



(Abdul Khaliq)

Copy to:-

Shri Kapil Sibal , Honb’le Minister of Human Resource Development: May kindly recall that this issue was raised by me on 4th Feb at the conference on Muslim Education at the India Islamic Cultural Centre.

To The Principal of the private schools in the enclosed list


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

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SOFT TERROR - SLOW POISON

Submitted by Ranga (not verified) on 16 March 2011 - 4:13pm.

Respected Kapil Sibal Uncle., cc : Respected Vineet Joshi Uncle.

Salaams and Pranaams.

India is a secular nation, atleast on paper., but on the ground the reality is entirely the opposite. I am sure with your experience of life, you are aware of how ugly the ground reality is., vis-a-vis the Hindu Muslim relations and prejudice(s) prevailing on the ground in India. According to the Right to Education Act., every school must admit the poor (25%) staying within 3 KM radius from the school premises starting KG or Grade I from the academic year 2011-12. Yet, on the ground, the School Managements have thrown the RTE Act in the dust-bin. I am sorry to say, that there is an UNWRITTEN LAW / RULE among the TOP Schools in Chennai., and that is NOT to admit Muslim Students into the school. Muslim students are considered a "dirty" fish (a gandi machli., that will spoil the talaab). That is the mindset. I would like you both, Mr. Sibal and Mr. Joshi., to evaluate the admission record for the past 20 yrs of the following top schools in Chennai :



1. Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan (3 campuses)

2. DAV Gopalapuram

3. Bala Vidya Mandir, Adyar

4. National Public School, Gopalapuram Chennai + Indiranagar, Bangalore.

5. Vidya Mandir School, Royapettah

6. PS Secondary School

7. Chinmaya Vidyalaya

8. Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan.



Indian Muslims constitute India's largest minority (15% according to the last census). Infact they are the 2nd largest community in India (2nd majority)., and YET in the above schools, Muslim student ratio is NIL... Can we request Mr. Kapil Sibal and Mr. Vineet Joshi., to take the telephone., and call Dr. Mrs. Parthasarthy (PSBB); Mr. Ravi Malhotra, Mr. Jaidev (DAV Gopalapuram); and Mr. Gopalakrishnan (NPS)., and sensitise them to the fact that their institutions must be representative of the Indian mosiac/society itself. They have deliberately banned Muslims from entry into these schools., as a way of nipping the muslim talent in the bud. They want muslim students to be DENIED the opportunity of learning... even when they are willing to pay the fees... and abide by the rules. This is soft terror... and slow poison. More dangerous to society's health in the long run.



I would also appeal to parents and students., to come out in Dharnas., and picket in front of these schools., and sensitise the society., thru interaction with media (newspapers / tv)., about this soft terror. Managements must not have prejudice towards India's 2nd largest community... shutting doors on their faces... selling applications but never admitting even 1 Muslim student ! Muslim parents must come out on the street and give dharnas / hunger front strike(s) in front of the schools listed above... and their like.



No one will give you a bunch of grapes... your rights. You have to jump.. fight for it.. to win it.



But will Mr. Sibal / Mr. Joshi help... or will they just shrug their shoulders.. use some legal/technical/academic jargon.. effectively telling us.. we cant do a thing. If that is the reply., then the only recourse is to take to the street.



Thank you Mr. Sibal and Mr. Joshi.. Parents of Chennai : COme out of your homes and give Dharnas in front of these schools now., as it is the admission season for the next academic year. Show that you can fight for your rights in a decent way. Make your grievance heard... light candles... and fight for your rights.. and win them. A time will come when Mrs. YG Parthasarthy of PSBB and Mr. Jaidev / Ravi Malhotra of DAV Gopalapuram., will be forced to open the gates of their schools for Muslim Students. They may hate it... but they will have to do it. India is a secular democracy (atleast on paper). Let us fight... to keep and preserve it.



The fight is for the soul of India., the idea of India.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

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COMMENTS:

There is an un-written Law/rule written in stone. Top CBSE Schools in Chennai like Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan, DAV-Gopalapuram, National Public School Gopalapuram, Vidya Mandir Royapetta High Road Mylapore, Bala Vidya Mandir Adyar, SBOA., etc. as a RULE (unwritten) do not admit Muslim wards into their school. The writ of the Govt. of India., Right to Education., are all flouted openly. Poor Muslim parents buy application but never get admissions. The Watchman at these schools won't let parents in. Would-be Parents are treated like slaves. There is no one to go and speak to. I am afraid, the only way left now is for Muslim parents to SIT IN PEACEFUL DHARNA and sensitise public opinion through Media... and/or take to legal recourse., to ensure that RTE is followed in these schools and not flouted (TN has not ratified it yet).

from: Samir

Posted on: Mar 21, 2011 at 15:51 IST


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/Namaz-in-school--Rajouri-tense/896784/



Tension continued to prevail in the border town of Rajouri, with Hindus opposing and Muslims insisting on offering namaz at an ancient structure on the premises of Government Higher Secondary School for Boys.


Indian muslim students in Kafir schools - G.Subramaniam - 03-21-2012

http://www.hindusamhati.org/ Today, 10th July, a major communal riot broke in Murshidabad district. Till now 12 persons dead, most of them Hindus, hundreds injured including 10 policemen and one D.S.P. rank police officer. Two village markets and hundreds of Hindu houses were looted and burnt. Firing between police and Muslim rioters still going on at 11.30 night. Curfew imposed in the whole area. BSF and CRPF deployed to help police and RAF. Perhaps the whole incident planned to welcome the proposed Aligarh Muslim University Campus in this district. Jhaubona High School is a big higher secondary school in Jhaubona village under Nawda polie station in Beldanga sub division in Murshidabad district. Among total 1000 students of this school, about 50% are Muslim students. For long they were demanding to offer Friday Namaz inside the school. But school management and the Hindu students resisted it apprehending that it will create a virtual mosque inside the school. So, the furious Muslim students made objection against Saraswati Puja in the school and the school management has been compelled to stop Saraswati puja last year in the school. In spite of that, the Muslim students were not satisfied. So they planned to offer Friday Namaz today (10 July) by force inside the school without any permission from Head Master or School Management. Hindu students protested and altercation started at 12 noon between two groups of students.