How to get a post-graduate degree in India, how to get one at the government level

Posted April 18, 2019 09:59:25Hussain, a resident of Mumbai, has completed her Bachelor’s degree from the Government Degree College of Women in Mumbai.

The 23-year-old is an independent activist and former editor of an independent publication, ‘Aljazeera English’, and has been active in social movements and social justice movements for many years.

She has been a frequent guest on the CNN-IBN TV channel and on Al Jazeera English, where she has interviewed former presidents, leaders of political parties, civil society groups and journalists.

Hussin has also worked in social media, hosting online chats with former politicians, activists and civil society leaders.

Her passion for education and activism has not been restricted to the country.

“In the past, I had worked as an editor for an English-language newspaper and was also a part of the news and opinion division at the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Maharashtra.

But when I was asked to write for a political programme for the National Council of Educational Research (NCER), the project was cancelled after the organisation’s decision to end its educational programme.

When I came back, I decided to do an online programme for students to explore the world of government, as well as work on my PhD thesis.

In the year after completing my PhD, I worked as a reporter for an Indian daily newspaper and also as a writer and producer for a TV show.

It was during this time that I also met Dr. Ram Madhavan, who introduced me to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Delhi,” she told The Hindu.

I am proud of my work and my activism and the people I meet and work with.

It has given me the opportunity to meet people in a different way, she added.

Dr. Madhavans research on women’s education in India has brought him to know many people who have been involved in politics.

He was shocked to learn that the government had shut down a government degree programme that had been launched at the IITs campus in New Delhi in 2019.

While I was a student, I was also asked to go to the National Executive Council (NEC) in Mumbai, where I was told the programme was cancelled and the institute had to take a stand.

A few months after my PhD was completed, Dr. Madhan said he got a call from a person from the government’s Ministry of Women and Child Development (MWCD) who said the programme had been cancelled and that I would be sent back to Delhi.

My research has given us a very good understanding of the challenges facing women in the country and I hope to do more work on this issue in the future, he added. 

 Hussina has been involved with several organisations and organizations, including the All India Women’s Federation (Aiwadi) and the National Federation of Students (NFS), which have also been involved through their educational programmes. 

HUSain has worked for the NGO All India Centre for Women (AICW), which helps women who want to study, start their career or change careers.

Hussini joined the IFC, the IWU-MIMP, in 2013 and is currently working as a coordinator. 

I have always wanted to work in education and to be a part and share the work that has been done by other women activists, she said.

We are looking forward to working with the government to ensure that women have the knowledge and skills to succeed in the workforce, she continued. 

A senior IWUC official told The Indian Express that women’s colleges were a very important part of our programme. 

“The Government Degree Programme is a vital and crucial part of women’s empowerment, development and empowerment.

It’s important that all the colleges and institutions are actively involved in women’s affairs, so that we can build women’s organisations in our country. 

The government is committed to working towards building a strong and vibrant education sector in India and we are looking to do this through the Government degree programme,” the official said. 

In the last five years, HUSain, along with her partner, had launched several projects aimed at raising awareness of women empowerment, including in-person sessions and social media campaigns. 

We want to be part of changing the mindset of young women, said HUS. 

The couple was recently awarded a scholarship from the Women and Gender Equity Initiative of the World Bank and is planning to continue their studies at the Centre for International Development. 

She said that the Government of India was a good partner to the IWC. 

When the time came to get the programme back up and running, the university had a conversation with the Centre. 

‘We need to get more women involved