High school scheme to motivate male students into science

High school scheme to motivate male students into science

MUMBAI: The min바카라istry of human resource development (MHRD) today launched a pilot project that will help young men into science by encouraging them to attend college by sending them to technical college카지노 사이트s in selected countries for one year. It plans to launch the scheme in 10 schools by December this year to take a step towards women-friendly institutions.Under the scheme, boys and girls will go to technical colleges and colleges will sponsor them by asking them to contribute to construction funds. “We are confident that this will have a positive impact on the recruitment of boys in technical fields. At this stage, it is not clear how well this scheme will be implemented. We are hopeful that this will be a great opportunity to bring about significant changes in the composit카지노 사이트ion of the science workforce in India,” the minister said.The scheme will begin with one year of a four-year education course from the technical colleges in selected countries, followed by an optional six-month course from a university in India to train the new students in science. This was the fifth phase of the ambitious scheme, the other two being educational seminars and technical courses.The new universities will train up to 300 students per year in science and technology from a pool of around 5,000 candidates, taking up to three months to train the students. The target number of these students is to bring down the annual number of technical students in engineering and engineering technology from around 6,500 to around 4,000.The ministry had last month started a project to encourage men into science through an “intelligent science course” called “S.H.I.V.Y”. The “science course” encourages all men to take up an “active scientific career”.In the scheme, the MHRD would make technical colleges responsible for funding science courses at colleges, while technical colleges will sponsor the young men at technical colleges for a period of two years. “We are ready to give full support to all those pursuing sciences in schools,” the minister said.The scheme is designed to provide boys with an education and an opportunity for a job in the field of science. “A good science education should prepare men for a job after completing it. By providing them with proper guidance, technical colleges have a duty to help the young men to pursue advanced jobs,” said Ram Dhananjay Singh, an engineer and senior fellow in the Centre for Research on Women and Globalisation at the National Institute for Planning, Planning