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Pravasi Bihari

This is the group for those who are away from their motherland and missing it.Join the group and show your love to our beloved state.

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pravashi bihari

Started by R.K.JHA Mar 17, 2011. 0 Replies

Dear friend,    First of all we should find basic resons, for migration which may vary person to person.Continue

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Comment by Bihari Babu on September 29, 2012 at 3:05pm

www.UpBihar.com Aap sabhi ko batana hai ki Uttar Pradesh aur hum Bihar ke logo ke liye ek Social Networking Site launch hui hai. Hume UP aur Bihar ki shakti ko pradarshit karne ke liye is www.UpBihar.com se judna hoga.  JAI BIHAR

Comment by Ravi kant on September 13, 2011 at 12:09am
I am from karath ara presently in lonavala maharastra
Comment by Mohammad Ghulam Rabbani on May 10, 2011 at 1:39am

Hi, Pravashi Bihari, Please find below Government recomended news, which is insulting the low level NRIS, who is unable to pay 7000 Dollars/pa for their child and called sarc, like pakistan, srilanka student can get addmision only for 3500 Dollars/pa, which people will be never faithfull to India.

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) under Direct Admission of Students Abroad (DASA)


1.2 FEE STRUCTURE AND PAYMENT:


1.2.1 Fee Structure:


Registration Fee and First Year Tuition Fee:

Hundred Fifty only] is required to be paid along with the application form. This is towards non-refundable

Registration fee of US$ 250 [US Dollars Two Hundred Fifty only] and first year Tuition Fee of US$ 7,000 [US Dollars Seven Thousand only]

Comment by Amit Kumar on April 11, 2011 at 4:30pm
Nice
Comment by Ritika on April 3, 2011 at 11:36pm
Good initiative Anshu!!!
Comment by Anshu on April 3, 2011 at 11:27pm
To promote the brand Bihar all over the world please join and promote the facebook community  Incredible Bihar                                                        http://www.facebook.com/Incrediblebihar
Comment by Ritika on March 23, 2011 at 12:32am

We welcome each of the members joined in the group.Thanks faizal for showing the attachment to the motherland even after 150 years of separation.

@R K Jha:Regarding the migration there are two main reason i.e. Education and job.Think a thread is already open for discussion.

 

@Awadhesh:This is the group where you can share your experience of being away from Bihar.You will get people having the same feeling of missing home.The purpose remains same as that of People of Bihar network.

Comment by Faizal Dulull on March 20, 2011 at 11:43pm

Hi all respected members

Greeting and best wishes from Republic of Mauritius

Thank you Ritika for creating such a valuable and important group.  I am so glad to join it.  Even though, I do not consider myself a Bihari, I like Bihar and its people.  The reason is that my ancestor(the paternal grandfather of my paternal grandfather) by the name of Dulull only was from Bihar and he arrived in Mauritius on 07 JUne 1858 (over 150 years ago), according to record available in Mauritius and he was  from: 

Village : Nurunjempore (Now written as Niranjanpur, I was told), Zillah: Arrah and Pergunnah:  Bhojepore.  I have been trying to locate this village during the past one and half year, but no success, due to the facts that the sub-district Bhojepore of 1858 is divided into four districts namely: Bhojpur, Rohtas, Buuxar and Kaimur  and there five Niranjanpur's in these districts.  I am a Mauritian, I have never visited Bihar (nor India) but I consider Bihar to be part of my history.

I just hope people with a connection with Bihar in whatever way will use this group to exchange ideas, make friends, etc.

May God bless you all.

 

From Republic of Mauritius

 

Comment by Awadhesh kumar on March 16, 2011 at 11:06pm
nice to see someone making this type of group...bt what this group do exactly?
 

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