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A Home Miles Away From Home
Bangalore is considered to be the IT city of India, wherein approximately 150 students adds up the total every year and 100 are working class. The Arunachal Pradesh Student in Bangalore had gathered together on 7th of September’08 to form APSWAB (Arunachal Pradesh Student Welfare Association of Bangalooru), where around 450 Students came all around from Bangalore to be in a Family. The meeting was held on Mathigere area wherein all student shared their opinion regarding the importance of Union.


During the meeting the cabinet members were selected according to their Potentiality. Bangalore is a big city where the tiny population of Arunachal Pradesh is spread in various areas of Bangalore as a result we become completely strangers. The Motto of Student union is interaction, hospitality, welfare of the Student and visitors.


Message from the President – “Parents you need not worry; we are family now and we will stay as a family forever”.
Cabinet Members
Head of the Family(President) – Mida Pertin (MBA IIIrd sem)
Contact no. 9902772811
Vice President – Jackie Boje(pada)
General secretary – Likha Raja
Contact no. 9739656523
Assistant general secretary- liyi diyum
Action Chairman – Karken Belo
Sports Secretary – Bijay Yangpo
Cultural Secretary – Millo Tadu
Hospitality secretary – shakter niji
Conveynor---nanu hakum
Treasurer—royir ado
Auditor – Toko Anu

Friday, September 12, 2008 | posted in | 1 comments [ More ]

Arunachal : Ginger cultivation

By Mido Mena



People from other parts of Lower Dibang Valley have always expressed curiosity about the ginger production in Bizari village. How could a small village achieve such a colossal production? What are the methods Bizarians apply? But the truth is you have to be qualified. So what are the qualifications required? Do Bizarians have a degree in B.Sc agri? Well as I and you know that's not true for sure.The truth firstly one has to be a govt official of Dambuk Circle. One doesn't have to be afraid of a Transfer because he gets political blessings. Now what he does is very interesting. He makes false charges on labourers working in different farms and on that pretext takes them (the labourers) to his ginger farm to work there and the best part is his staff members are there to look over the works carried out. Barely educated staff members would not like to face the ire of the mighty official, sothere they are supervisors of a farm. Villagers are astonished to see the 'sahib' sir regularly in their village and wonder whether the office had been shifted to Bizari. A few people even visited him in this village to meet 'sahib' sir for official works. At the end of the season villagers were surprised to know that he had eighty bags of ginger. These numbers of bags will fetch him more than 50,000 Rupees as per that rate of the season. This time Mr.'sahib' has made bigger Ginger farms in collaboration and with a partner so now labourers are going to face similar problem. This is not the only story of Bizari. There is something more interesting. If you people had seen this time's CBSE results, you could have seen that no one in Bizari passed the exam. Though there are more than thirty students, five students achieved compartment. Why? What do you think teachers are doing? Of course teachers are also qualified for ginger farming. Though Monday to Saturday they are in their respective ginger farms, teachers attendance shows they are in school. Well anything is possible in Arunachal. Not only teachers work but students are asked to help them in their farms.This time new rules have been introduced wherein if a student is absent he has to pay a fine. How is this approach going to help students academically when teachers are themselves not there to teach?Infact they are taking revenge on those parents who dared to complain about local teachers actively being involved in ginger farming. Why can't teachers give such dedications to students rather than to ginger? Why such loose administrations in Dambuk circle? Why are teachers being paid for working in ginger farms? Local leaders don't say a word or else these people will vote against them. For leaders votes are more important than the future of Bizari. So what's the use of talking about quality education in this govt. School when it can only be achieved in private schools. Everybody cannot afford these private schools. So what's the future of these children who are taught Ginger farming in Bizari school? Their future is bleak! Infact, their parents can teach them these things in a better way than driving home the fear of a fine each time they miss a lesson in Ginger cultivation.

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Arunachal entrance - AIEEE toppers

Hi
My next post post in sequel. :)
This times its for the students who have toiled hard over the years to get in to some ivy-league engineering colleges of India.

I know: neither you nor anyone here (supposedly engineer wannabe species) - can resist the calls from top 50 ( or whatever the figure be)colleges that you get through AIEEE. ( Lets just keep it to AIEEE only in this posts ).

I suppose - Arunachal Pradesh has a good number of seats in NITs/RECs in its kitty for Students under ST category ( it used to be during my times - 2002) .

But, what makes out of this post now - its 2008?
--- >Ya, I can get it!

This is just to share one of my experience when I was in NITK - surathkal. And mostly cornered to why Arunachal Pradesh Govt is least bothered about wasting seats in such institutions.

There are 3 seats (used to be) for students from Arunachal Quota in NITK - surathkal.
ST - 1 ( ECE )
General - 2 ( IT and Civil )

It was during 2003, only 1 that came through ST quota.
2004 - around 2 or 3( I suppose )
2005 - 3 ( again I suppose - too many suppositions - it sucks - My memory )

Now this is the particular event of 2006 that I can recall.

2006 : For Civil branch - none applied. ( General category seldom applies for this course )

One fellow arunachalee ( he was in his final terms of his MBBS degree) called me up to see if it was possible to apply for a vacant Arunachal Seat for an ST category guy,even if the seat is meant for General category from Arunachal Pradesh. He was enquiring it for his Brother ( who had cleared AIEEE ) listed for some other NIT or REC.

I told him it was all possible for Arunachali student to apply for the seat that would otherwise have gone wasted. Only thing is that the applied person ( general catg) doesn't appear on time during the Counseling day in NITK.

I talked to our warden ( mechanical engg lecturer ) if the same was possible.
Next - he enquired the same to the Dean.

Good news - He said it was possible, but under some conditions.

Those were :

  • You should be at the NITK on the counseling day.
  • You can take the seat and fill the form for the same, only once you've discussed the same with the relevant superiors ( wardens, deans etc ).
  • If selected - you will have to pay the fee amount as what other general category students do. No exemption - since you're about to take a general seat.
I feel bad about the Arunachal quota seats that goes wasted. There are plenty of them.
So - if you've cleared AIEEE with a good rank among Arunachalee students, you have a fair enough chances to Bag the seats in NITs- even though you haven't been listed or if you are in a waiting list.

Just to make it clear - That guy didn't apply for NITK surathkal though.
Reason:the counseling was very next day, and they had to be present during counseling day before 1pm - which was way impossible for them ( they were in Ghy or Ita ).

Important thing is - if you want to find the seat - you gotta do something for what it takes.

And few of the thing that it needs is - Keep yourself informed. Try to gather relevant contact informations that you can get and make use of it.

One who searches - wins ! --- just like what Google did ! :)

[ if you've similar kind of events/tips/suggestions to share, which you think can be helpful - please drop it to my mail, I shall have the same posted in this forum under your name]

Friday, May 30, 2008 | posted in | 1 comments [ More ]

For successful Arunachal entrance candidates

Congratulations once again to all the successful candidates!

However, be cautious your ordeals are far from over. And crossing those successfully would bring the best out of you.

Anyway - I had nothing in mind to write. Just been through NPR's (have a glance at her blog ?) comment. Well, that did motivate me to write down another post ( ya, somebody's taking note of my work - haha ).

OK. Based on my 4 years stint in Karnataka as an engineering student, and all the Gossips, discussions that I had been part of - So following is my own ranking of the Karnataka engineering colleges for Arunachal Pradesh's candidates.

1.B.V. Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering & Technology (Hubli)

2.Malnad College of Engineering ( Hassan )

3.Basaveshwar Engineering College ( Bagalkot )

4.Poojya Doddappa Appa College of Engineering (Gulbarga )

5.Bapuji Institute of Engineering and Technology ( Davangere )



I can at the moment come up with this list only - its because of the reason that I was in touch with the students from these colleges only - Ya- one that you get through Arunachal entrance exams.

I had heard about engineering colleges in Belgaum and Mysore that also has some seats reserved for Arunachal's students. But, I have no idea to what extent thats true. Keep your fingers crossed though.

As for the colleges that I'ad mentioned above - they have a good crowd of arunachali students. Yes - your own Arunachal Party in every college. They would certainly help you once you get there - all they need to know is that you are from Arunachal. :)

I shall appreciate if any other folks here can contribute further to this listing or the least give their comments which could be helpful for other guys looking for the same.

Please note that - these are my own ranking and has nothing to do with whatsoever reasons people can make out of this. This is just a part of my contribution to give the students a fair idea of what I had heard - talked all these years.

Regards
Rome

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For Arunachal Entrance Exam Toppers (PCM)- budding engineers

Congratulations to all of those who have cleared the Entrance exam !

Well! Now since most of you have cleared the Entrance exams and are anxiously waiting for the counseling day.
I don't know much about the Medical seats, but the least all I can do is talk few things for the aspiring engineers.

What next? --- probable question for who have cleared the exam successfully and fetched some good results.

First thing first.

During the counseling you will be alloted the courses that you had cross ticked while filling up the form for Arunachal JEE. I don't know on what basis they decide to give the States.
So you get the course(as per the priority ranking that you had given) and the State.

A word of caution here!!!

Arunachal JEE fetches you the course(Branch of engineering) and the state, But it certainly doesn't fetch you a particular college, unlike the Medical seats.
That's the irony of Arunachal JEE. Your JEE ranking doesn't decide which college you will get once you are done with the counseling and you get the State & the branch name.

Everything is left upon you.

The sole criterion that works here after clearing Arunachal JEE is that, you fly over to the respective state as soon as you can, and contact the respective coordinator for the same, as specified during the counseling.

So it is more of "FIRST COME _ FIRST SERVE" basis.

You might have fetched a rank of 15 but don't be surprised to find someone with rank more than 50+ applying for the same college and the same course. And chances are there if you become late, you might not even get one - at least the one you desire.

As of now most of the colleges alloted by State education department is mostly confined to South India.

Karnataka features to be the favorite one. ( Well, even I'ad done my BE from Karnataka. )
Next could be Kerala, maharashtra etc.

Theres a good number of Karnataka colleges in AP's bag, namely for the places : Hubli, Davangere, Bagalkot, Hassan, Mysore, Gulbarga and Belgaum(sorry if I've missed any)

But you need to do some homeworks before you start looking out for the college.

Try contacting students who are at the moment doing engineering there. You or someone close to you might know --- start hunting for contacts.

Good luck for all your endeavors.



Hope this helps.
Feel free to ask anything.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008 | posted in | 4 comments [ More ]

Just a word here !

I know I won't be able to load all of the pages- it takes too much ! :(


Narrow down your search by using this short cut

[ Cntrl + F ]

But, I guess the potential candidates should find their name here by now.

But, this doesn't imply non listed here has no chances -

please refine your search through this link : -
PCM result

Good luck for the new journey !

Tuesday, May 27, 2008 | posted in | 0 comments [ More ]

Arunachal JEE - PCM( serial no .417 - 608) : To find -->[Cntrl + F]

417
2127 Lomba Bogo 17.5 6.5 24 96
418
1540 Bom Tayeng 19 5 24 96
419
1745 Gem Tabia 12 11.5 23.5 97
420
1084 Gyati Tako 17.5 6 23.5 97
421
1844 Rabe Bagang, 19.5 4 23.5 97
422
1215 Toli Basar 8 15.5 23.5 97
423
1363 Tailyang Onya 23 0.5 23.5 97
424
1021 Bompi Ngulom 13 10.5 23.5 97
425
1423 Bijoy Pertin 20.5 3 23.5 97
426
1795 Takong Taki 22 1.5 23.5 97
427
2182 Taba Tade 14 9 23 98
428
1838 Pura Butung 15.5 7.5 23 98
429
2079 Tatu Talom 19.5 3.5 23 98
430
1767 Bullo Dolley 20 3 23 98
431
1650 Shanti Boko 18.5 4.5 23 98
432
1426 Tago Tagi 14 9 23 98
433
1863 Duyu Siira 15.5 7.5 23 98
434
2052 Anguli Desusow 16 7 23 98
435
1830 Lukngam Yomgam, 11.5 11.5 23 98
436
1511 Dejam Siga 15 8 23 98
437
1160 Tilling Rupa 27 -4 23 98
438
1277 Ronald Grayu Habung 13 10 23 98
439
1740 Tallo Yamang 22 1 23 98
440
1781 Bai Riba 21.5 1.5 23 98
441
2334 Son Megu 17.5 5 22.5 99
442
1908 Monya rame 22 0.5 22.5 99
443
1878 Padi Byai, 17.5 5 22.5 99
444
1553 Rajemso Kri 21 1.5 22.5 99
445
2320 Kaling Tayeng 15 7.5 22.5 99
446
1719 Tenzing Shernap 10.5 12 22.5 99
447
2146 Yumi Nyori 19.5 3 22.5 99
448
2218 Roto Tallo 19 3.5 22.5 99

449
2201 Kipa Achi 20 2.5 22.5 99
450
1096 Junu Taba 9.5 13 22.5 99
451
1019 Miti Badu 10 12.5 22.5 99
452
1845 Yambom Bam 20.5 2 22.5 99
453
2550 Suman Chiri 10.5 11.5 22 100
454
1508 Tasso Byai 20 2 22 100
455
2222 Bali Nyodu 25 -3 22 100
456
1646 Aijakham Chowlik 13.5 8.5 22 100
457
2590 Yamoni Batak 16.5 5.5 22 100
458
2542 Isko Menjo 14 8 22 100
459
2567 Sange Lamu Thungon 16.5 5.5 22 100
460
1286 Yimar Rakshap 15 7 22 100
461
1399 Yadhe Yolu 17 5 22 100
462
2368 Weingkham chakhap 25 -3 22 100
463
1373 Satam Kakh 13 9 22 100
464
1383 Miss Ushni Linggi 24.5 -2.5 22 100
465
2353 Kago Nobing 16 6 22 100
466
1305 Chota Yangfo 15 7 22 100
467
1807 Jumge Ete, 14 7.5 21.5 101
468
2632 Tajum Dagium 10.5 11 21.5 101
469
2507 Tok Honia 13.5 8 21.5 101
470
1198 Dampak Mindo 17 4.5 21.5 101
471
1820 Khoda Raja, 15 6.5 21.5 101
472
1120 Roseline Jamoh 15 6.5 21.5 101
473
1219 Bishnu Chera 15 6.5 21.5 101
474
1523 Enya Angu 21 0.5 21.5 101
475
1839 Tana Buttum 14 7.5 21.5 101
476
1140 Jottam Batte Toko 22 -0.5 21.5 101
477
2077 Winsang Ronrang 7 14.5 21.5 101
478
1463 Lenzing Jerang 17.5 3.5 21 102
479
1459 Lokar Bayor 12 9 21 102
480
1665 Chathe Lammaty 17 4 21 102


481
2553 Yaniak Ebiya 20.5 0.5 21 102
482
1557 Bompi Angu 15 6 21 102
483
2523 Nikh tony 12.5 8.5 21 102
484
1848 Indira Perme 13.5 7.5 21 102
485
1803 Kiran Tana, 9.5 11.5 21 102
486
1622 Kino Tallo 16 5 21 102
487
2468 Beauty Padung 13.5 7.5 21 102
488
2498 Bullo Omo 18.5 2.5 21 102
489
1493 Ybit Gamo 9.5 11.5 21 102
490
2188 Katwang Wangsu 0.5 20.5 21 102
491
1127 Tumgam Eshi 4 17 21 102
492
2304 Tasong Nonang 15.5 5 20.5 103
493
2255 Khoda Ripa 14 6.5 20.5 103
494
2260 Oina Perme 6 14.5 20.5 103
495
1452 Janlom Tekwa 10.5 10 20.5 103
496
1997 Koj Tacho 21 -0.5 20.5 103
497
1389 Onima Mize 18.5 2 20.5 103
498
1086 Bharati Mingki 19 1.5 20.5 103
499
2080 Dorjee Khandu Thungon 19 1.5 20.5 103
500
1906 Tadar Api, 18 2.5 20.5 103
501
2022 Robina Umpe 11.5 9 20.5 103
502
2038 Bengia Yalle 10.5 10 20.5 103
503
1775 Nabam Hita 7.5 13 20.5 103
504
1070 Alexo Ngadong 18.5 1.5 20 104
505
1637 Jawong Tingwa 13.5 6.5 20 104
506
1699 Tage Tari 18 2 20 104
507
1121 Tuka Mallo 15 5 20 104
508
1129 Tadar Mama 19 1 20 104
509
2143 Kamin Darang 18.5 1.5 20 104
510
1600 Mudang Oniya 18.5 1.5 20 104
511
1229 Drema Lhamu 14.5 5.5 20 104
512
1254 Dhananjay Morang 13.5 6.5 20 104


513
1276 Punyo Una 13.5 6.5 20 104
514
2189 Biri Yari 12 8 20 104
515
1253 Ajin Litin 14 6 20 104
516
1004 Pura Tada 22 -2 20 104
517
1753 Kuru Richo 11.5 8.5 20 104
518
2155 Kago Modhu 11.5 8.5 20 104
519
2420 Anond Pertin 15 5 20 104
520
1073 Rubu Yaming 8.5 11.5 20 104
521
1765 Chaniam Panka 12.5 7.5 20 104
522
1647 Mumne Tapak 23.5 -3.5 20 104
523
2258 Bamin talley 10 9.5 19.5 105
524
1027 Obiak Yirang 14 5.5 19.5 105
525
2360 Dampi Koyu 12 7.5 19.5 105
526
1439 Gyati Tado 25.5 -6 19.5 105
527
2317 Karli Nyori 10.5 9 19.5 105
528
1357 Tasso Konia 17 2.5 19.5 105
529
1534 Kesang Tsomu 19.5 0 19.5 105
530
2096 Zenny Kamsi 17.5 2 19.5 105
531
1346 Bokin Lego 11 8.5 19.5 105
532
1436 Ninna Lego 15.5 4 19.5 105
533
1247 Dorjee Dema Thungon 11.5 8 19.5 105
534
1480 Oni Ering 17.5 2 19.5 105
535
1911 Shamro Ronrang 12.5 6.5 19 106
536
1547 Ngilyang Richi 10.5 8.5 19 106
537
1676 Tilling Yampa 14.5 4.5 19 106
538
2397 Yeshi Chhonjom, 16.5 2.5 19 106
539
2617 Singchang Miji 11 8 19 106
540
2139 Uma Natung 13.5 5.5 19 106
541
2129 Nyomar Nyodu 12.5 6.5 19 106
542
1125 Abraham Ering 21.5 -2.5 19 106
543
2581 Gampi Angu 10.5 8.5 19 106
544
1721 Salomi Jugli 16.5 2.5 19 106


545
2365 Kalom Taga 15 4 19 106
546
1664 Tassar Sonia 19 -0.5 18.5 107
547
2095 Takesh Nogia 7.5 11 18.5 107
548
2512 Kalung Munya 14.5 4 18.5 107
549
1398 Jarnga Gadi 16 2.5 18.5 107
550
2530 Tamo Mize 4.5 14 18.5 107
551
1338 Neelam Tadh 16 2.5 18.5 107
552
2435 Nabam Tullang 10.5 8 18.5 107
553
1597 Tasso Tako Nadho 2.5 16 18.5 107
554
1167 Padi Munia 8 10.5 18.5 107
555
2410 Koro Sonam 19.5 -1 18.5 107
556
2432 Thiemwang Kitnya 15 3.5 18.5 107
557
2367 Nabam Kapa 9.5 9 18.5 107
558
1476 Dani Nomo 13.5 5 18.5 107
559
1964 Koj Tubin 14 4 18 108
560
1313 Tana Notu Tara 15 3 18 108
561
1154 Dulley Nikang 15 3 18 108
562
1280 Nima Tsering 13 5 18 108
563
2525 Lalak Tatak 16.5 1.5 18 108
564
1864 Chera Achik, 20 -2 18 108
565
2378 Mumli Lego 15 3 18 108
566
1424 Hage Konya 17.5 0.5 18 108
567
1240 Dorjee Dema Thungon 17.5 0.5 18 108
568
1903 Runi Taloh 16 2 18 108
569
2072 Yana Bagbi 17 1 18 108
570
1704 Johny Gamno 16 2 18 108
571
1999 Yumpen Bui 9 9 18 108
572
1047 Bullo Tamo 14.5 3.5 18 108
573
1894 Taba Kumar, 16.5 1.5 18 108
574
1448 Gyati Kari 17.5 0.5 18 108
575
1950 Dangki Ering 13.5 4 17.5 109
576
1182 Taba Meth 5 12.5 17.5 109


577
2131 Takam Kani 12.5 5 17.5 109
578
2111 Debia Lama 17 0.5 17.5 109
579
2592 Tari Nyokir 11.5 6 17.5 109
580
1201 Hage Kaku 9.5 8 17.5 109
581
2469 Mihin Ngilyang 8.5 9 17.5 109
582
2369 Hage Lai 14.5 3 17.5 109
583
2190 Inu Karbi 18.5 -1 17.5 109
584
1180 Gamken Romin 20 -2.5 17.5 109
585
1550 Ngangoi Lowang 10.5 7 17.5 109
586
2293 Talom Taki 16 1.5 17.5 109
587
1635 Dorjee Wangchu Megiji 1 16.5 17.5 109
588
2108 Tumbi Bagra 10 7.5 17.5 109
589
1005 Tadar Rupa 14 3.5 17.5 109
590
2493 Rita Garam 8.5 9 17.5 109
591
1849 Tana Yapu 10 7.5 17.5 109
592
1191 Kabit Paron 4.5 12.5 17 110
593
2290 Tasing Jeke Nilling 15 2 17 110
594
2180 Yukar Lania 9.5 7.5 17 110
595
1461 Tani Pabin 11.5 5.5 17 110
596
1552 Tater Gao 18 -1 17 110
597
2010 Minu Markia 4 13 17 110
598
1679 Hage Uma 21 -4 17 110
599
1582 Anjalu Linggi 12.5 4.5 17 110
600
1263 Ikar Nyori 15.5 1.5 17 110
601
1896 Wangmoh Tangjang 13.5 3.5 17 110
602
1361 Pinky Taloh 11.5 5.5 17 110
603
1777 Ha Jyotish 15 2 17 110
604
2245 Kajom Sora 13.5 3.5 17 110
605
2629 Rakesh Takseng 12.5 4.5 17 110
606
1502 Tsering Dolkar Komu 16.5 0.5 17 110
607
1923 Kenli Kamum 18 -1 17 110
608
2482 Padi Sunya 9.5 7.5 17 110

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