Lockdown And Kashmir श्रीनगर

Lockdown And Kashmir


As PM announced curfew in downtown

Kashmiries heard the voices of lockdown

Whole country; astonished and surprised

Everyone in state were made immobilized


From last century kashmir was in cage

All was done by the authority, mage

We have faced what are u now facing

Let you feel what happen on such pacing


Banned net, empty roads & brutality

You have heard events, now feel reality

Every kashmiri has still green wounds

Tears rolling, and huge sarrow mounds


Let world know the pain of sackless

As nature has made u to face mess.

Farhan zeeshan

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Drug Abuse


Last day, i walk in mirror and see

What Drugs & tablets have made me

My desires are stronger than wood

My sight is getting blurred then it should


From the hour, i put my step in

I can see my interior through skin

I can feel destruction coming closer

My life is getting so much darker


My death will be ruled on overdose

My grave would be without any rose

Over drugs, worthy are my organs

My all daily problems are due to drugs


Farhan zeeshan

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What is Herd Immunity and How Can We Achieve It With COVID-19?


When the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 first started to spread, virtually nobody was immune.

Meeting no resistance, the virus spread quickly across communities. Stopping it will require a significant percentage of people to be immune. But how can we get to that point?


What is herd immunity?

When most of a population is immune to an infectious disease, this provides indirect protection—or herd immunity (also called herd protection)—to those who are not immune to the disease.

For example, if 80% of a population is immune to a virus, four out of every five people who encounter someone with the disease won’t get sick (and won’t spread the disease any further). In this way, the spread of infectious diseases is kept under control. Depending how contagious an infection is, usually 70% to 90% of a population needs immunity to achieve herd immunity.


How have we achieved herd immunity for other infectious diseases?

Measles, mumps, polio, and chickenpox are examples of infectious diseases that were once very common but are now rare in the U.S. because vaccines helped to establish herd immunity. We sometimes see outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases in communities with lower vaccine coverage because they don’t have herd protection. (The 2019 measles outbreak at Disneyland is an example.)

For infections without a vaccine, even if many adults have developed immunity because of prior infection, the disease can still circulate among children and can still infect those with weakened immune systems. This was seen for many of the aforementioned diseases before vaccines were developed.

Other viruses (like the flu) mutate over time, so antibodies from a previous infection provide protection for only a short period of time. For the flu, this is less than a year. If SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is like other coronaviruses that currently infect humans, we can expect that people who get infected will be immune for months to years, but probably not their entire lives.


What will it take to achieve herd immunity with SARS-CoV-2?

As with any other infection, there are two ways to achieve herd immunity: A large proportion of the population either gets infected or gets a protective vaccine. Based on early estimates of this virus’s infectiousness, we will likely need at least 70% of the population to be immune to have herd protection.


  • In the worst case (for example, if we do not perform physical distancing or enact other measures to slow the spread of SARS-CoV-2), the virus can infect this many people in a matter of a few months. This would overwhelm our hospitals and lead to high death rates.
  • In the best case, we maintain current levels of infection—or even reduce these levels—until a vaccine becomes available. This will take concerted effort on the part of the entire population, with some level of continued physical distancing for an extended period, likely a year or longer, before a highly effective vaccine can be developed, tested, and mass produced.
  • The most likely case is somewhere in the middle, where infection rates rise and fall over time; we may relax social distancing measures when numbers of infections fall, and then may need to re-implement these measures as numbers increase again. Prolonged effort will be required to prevent major outbreaks until a vaccine is developed. Even then, SARS-CoV-2 could still infect children before they can be vaccinated or adults after their immunity wanes. But it is unlikely in the long term to have the explosive spread that we are seeing right now because much of the population will be immune in the future.

Why is getting infected with SARS-CoV-2 to “get it over with” not a good idea?

With some other diseases, such as chickenpox before the varicella vaccine was developed, people sometimes exposed themselves intentionally as a way of achieving immunity. For less severe diseases, this approach might be reasonable. But the situation for SARS-CoV-2 is very different: COVID-19 carries a much higher risk of severe disease and even death.

The death rate for COVID-19 is unknown, but current data suggest it is 10 times higher than for the flu. It’s higher still among vulnerable groups like the elderly and people with weakened immune systems. Even if the same number of people ultimately get infected with SARS-CoV-2, it’s best to space those infections over time to avoid overwhelming our doctors and hospitals. Quicker is not always better, as we have seen in previous epidemics with high mortality rates, such as the 1918 Flu pandemic.

What should we expect in the coming months?

Scientists are working furiously to develop an effective vaccine. In the meantime, as most of the population remains uninfected with SARS-CoV-2, some measures will be required to prevent explosive outbreaks like those we’ve seen in places like New York City.

The physical distancing measures needed may vary over time and will not always need to be as strict as our current shelter-in-place laws. But unless we want hundreds of millions of Americans to get infected with SARS-CoV-2 (what it would take to establish herd immunity in this country), life is not likely to be completely “normal” again until a vaccine can be developed and widely distributed.

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Digital world and Kashmir


As the advancement in technology, the world has become a global village, means that we can coonect to the any part of world by just sitting at our home, on seeing the massive benifits of modern technology, all constitutions of the globe has make the use of modern technology as the fundamental right of there citizens. India being the developing and democratic country too joins the race and make the use of technology as the fundamental right in their constitution. Now india claims that itz illegally occupied part jammu and kashmir enjoys all of rights of constitution of india and shows the world that we cosider the right of every citizen equally. But the ground situation is somewhat different from showoff, high speed internet has been barred in IOK for last 8 months, we have been isolated from rest of world. Our students are suffering the worst that can't take the online classes on 2G network. Where is world and where are the organizations of world like UN, UNESCO, AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL, they claim that they are preacher of justice of human rights. Do we kashmiris not need the internet ? Are we not the humans who should enjoy every right of constitution ?

We appeal the world to look into the matter, why we are not allowed to use technology. Is it like the indians will voilate the human rights and rest of world will remain silent.


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This self-taught Srinagar artist sketches her imagination on canvas, earns applauds


Iqra Shaban, 20, a resident of Soura Srinagar is a self-taught sketch artist. Her strokes on a canvas have won her admirers as the portraits look perfect in every aspect.


Iqra is a BBA third-semester student at Islamia College. According to her, the tryst with the art is innate. “I was interested in making pictures in childhood and during my early school days at Iqbal Memorial Institute I took part in different art-related competitions.”


Up to her senior secondary classes sketching was just a leisure time activity for her but, since then she got fully into it and took her art to the next level. Along with her studies, she gives the art a proper time, in fact has made it part of her daily schedule.

“After 12th class, I pursued art with passion and am giving my best into it,” She said.


Iqra believes that the sketch of Sir Mohammad Allama Iqbal that she sketched a year before is one of the fine portraits she has sketched so far. Apart from this, she has sketched a horse that was endorsed by art lovers on social media.


Now she is more into the creative sketching genre of this art. “ I made a creative sketch of an eye. The sketch is close to my heart and the artists applauded my work. I believe through creative sketching an artist can depict a lot of latent things that he can not express through words.”


She has won many awards and certificates for her creative art so far. She won the Young Woman Achiever in 2021. Apart from this, she has attended many workshops and participated in many online platforms in international forums.


Iqra has to deal with a fair share of her struggle. She said that in the initial days, she had to deal with many trolls but she kept going on and ignored them. “I have got my supportive parents who supported me through thick and thin.”


The young artist is now selling her art on social media platforms. “Recently I sold one of my sketches at the rate of Rs 2000 on my Instagram page.” Shaban has a youtube channel and runs an Insta page by the name iqrashaban01 where she has 1.3K followers.


However, Shaban believes that there are very few platforms available for budding artists and believes that there should be more platforms available for the artists where they can excel both in terms of their talent and financially.


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How Irfan Attari Kashmiri turned the youngest awarded Social Activist of Kashmir?

He deserves a salute as he is taking on the world of drugs!


Irfan Attari Kashmiri thinks a bit differently and love's floating in dangerous playfields and one of them happens to be the arena of drugs where he has plunged himself for a rescue act!


‘For him cyberspace is an unknown and a blank field and the general caution is tread with care! The other is the world of drugs in which the youth are falling prey to the greatest constrictor, the many legged reptiles who run the drug kingdom! So a big welcome to the coliseum where Irfan wages a big war against the killing invisible machines in Kashmir’!


-‘ In this fatally lethal kingdom which has become a sprawling world of profiteering at the cost of the youth, Irfan has taken a dangerous plunge, dangerous because many will not like his ideas and the way of functioning but the man has beans to slog it out against an menace staring at the youth. He incidentally is Chairman Youth For drug free Kashmir ,Kashmir Youth web (Largest Youth based organization in Kashmir)!


-‘ Irfan knows that there has never been a 'war on drugs'! Even if it has been, it has always been left unfinished. In our history we can only see an ongoing conflict amongst various drug users and producers. In ancient Mexico the use of alcohol was punishable by death, while the ritualistic use of mescaline was highly worshipped. In 17th century Russia, tobacco smokers were threatened with mutilation or decapitation, alcohol was legal. In Prussia, coffee drinking was prohibited to the lower classes, the use of tobacco and alcohol was legal. And now everything is illegally illegal as drugs are available in plenty (samaan or maal is the most used terminology or could be white chocolate or chicklet gum!


-‘He believes the fact that truth is the first casualty of war and the war on drugs is no different. Every day both the print and broadcast media bombard the public with a perspective and narrative which has proved to be devastating. This diet of cultural influence and propaganda is unremitting. If the war has to be fought in a rapid fire way then men like Irfan have to hold each other’s hand. Aberrations and bogies are not permissible because someone is earning on the lives of the kids of tomorrow who are rapidly becoming hollow and scratching their fatless skins till they bleed and finally run blue because of the blood drying in the veins and nerves! The end result is pale yellow death with eyes behind black but hollow eye bags with eye balls popping out of the eye sockets!’


-‘He is a writer, speaker and debater and thus is giving identity to the unidentified artists of Kashmir valley, contradicting the human psychology of egotism. Attari's age in comparison to his aspirations and ambitions is exiguous. He is a living messiah fighting for the cultural decay of the valley which is closest to his heart beat as it is not everyone's cup of tea. Having a good hold on cyber security, irfan Attari is providing cyber security help to hundreds of people. Awareness rewarding cyber harassments, cyber scams, cyber frauds and cyber hygiene like topics are most seen to be touched in Irfan's recent work.‘


- ‘An addict will always say that every time I draw a clean breath, I'm like a fish out of water. Obviously it means that he/she wants to stay in dirt, muck and filth scrambling out of his/her brain. But kudos to Irfan as he thinks a bit differently and it can be proven as and when he says, ‘the mentality and behavior of drug addicts and alcoholics is wholly irrational until you understand that they are completely powerless over their addiction and unless they have structured help, they have no hope.’! But still it can be provided if we are prepared to offer them! But my organization and myself are prepared to stretch to the limit!’


-‘The youth received a lot of help from this non-political organization Kashmir Youth For Drug Free Kashmir, Kashmir Youth Web which was founded by Irfan Attari. This is a non-profit public benefit organization and the first youth based organization in the history of Kashmir that has represented the talent and the problems of Kashmir on an international level and also that empowers youth and adults equally.’

Srinager/ Jammu


The illegality of cannabis is outrageous but it is still available so there is someone needed so desperately in this increasingly mad and dangerous world that has been created by the drug mafia in UT Jammu and Kashmir. The world of the addicts is something like this as they feel that, unlike simple stress, trauma changes your view of your life and yourself. It shatters your most basic assumptions about yourself and your world, thoughts like life is good, I’m safe, people are kind, I can trust others, the future is likely to be good but as the stupor slips off the same thoughts are replaced with fleeting feelings like, the world is dangerous, I can’t win, I can’t trust other people, or there’s no hope. I need another shot to get positive and thus continue life till the day when legs begin to shiver, hands begin to shake and the stomach gets cramped up. It’s almost over and the final sigh….a life is lost consigned to the grave and gobbled up by drugs! Kashmiri’s only endeavor is to save young kids who have got themselves dissolved in this vicious death trap!


I. Something about Irfan:


He always has advice up his sleeve and that is, ‘while the outside world was full of danger, I knew my interior. I was certain that I could oust an intruder there. So just do it!’


* Irfan along with the other members is working on fields but keeping the anti-drug campaign as his priority.


* He says that the motive of our organization is to eradicate the social evils from our valley and the biggest of them all is the drug addiction. We believe it is the chain cuffing the youth from pursuing their real dreams.


* Youth for drug free Kashmir (the name of his organization) is internationally linked with foundation for drug free world and for their aims they have started the distribution of about 1 lakh books regarding the research of drugs (2021) out of which 10,000 books have already been distributed in the districts of Srinagar and Budgam.


* He vociferously says that we’re ready for the door to door campaigning of our books and by this our aim will be to make the Kashmir valley peaceful and fruitful.


* Besides drugs our focus will get on to the unseen and unknown artists of the Valley who’ve worked for a long time in their fields. We’ll work to provide them the platforms they deserve, nationally and internationally as well!


*My only goal is to make our Kashmir drug free and the team I have raised is dedicated to the crusade against drug abuse!


*Teenage is the most vulnerable and crucial, also a sensitive age where one breaks emotionally and needs some kind of support. Due to lack of maturity and sensibility, they opt other ways out of which the main focus drags on drugs.


II. About the organization:


Each and every member of Irfan’s team will invariably say, ‘I don't know what you're getting yourself into, but I know I don't like it. Some things in Kashmir are pure poison. If someone has put you on a demon's tracks, you'd better make sure the demon doesn't find you first. It has already got many!’


* Kashmir youth web & foundation for drug free Kashmir is an organization which emphasizes on the social causes, issues, events/ programs in the Kashmir valley.


*The main motto behind the organization is to provide benefits to the people and make society free from numerous social evils pertaining within it.


*The team of Kashmir youth web and youth for drug free Kashmir comprises youth whose intention is to make their society a better and peaceful place to do well by working on the number of social issues and tend to be supported by their society so that they can work with efficiency.


*There is a need to create awareness among those who are willing to take a leap of death into the sphere of drugs and especially to those who already are a victim of this. In view of all the present situations their basic aim is to help those who have become a part of this drug addiction society by providing them proper counseling and making them aware about the hazardous effects of drugs where death is a certainty!


Wonder how many of our readers have heard about the tale of a Lion and a Rose. Well if they haven’t then just look around and you will find plenty of them scrambling about. Just see around and ponder over what you saw. Every human is a Lion as well as a rose. It’s just the moment of indiscretion where a beautiful rose gets crumpled and Lion reduced to a toothless humble animal! It means behind every hand stained with blood there's another, and that one stays clean. What I'm saying is that behind a demon, there's always someone holding the creature on a leash! Check it out and be away from the silent serpent that gives the kiss of death! That’s the message that Irfan Kashmiri wants to convey!

Email :- [email protected]


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Bollywood actor Duaa Bhat is a budding artiste who hails from the Kashmir Valley. She shot to fame from the 2018-film 'Laila Majnu', which was directed by Imtiaz Ali's brother Sajid Ali


directed by Sajid Ali and Imtiyaz Ali as character Jasmeet.

●Worked as secondary cast in 'MASABA MASABA' Netflix series

●Worked in a music video's of zee music as lead

●Worked in tv serial "balika vadu" for colours

●miss india diva 2021

●miss india diva choice


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In Shizz B fashion walk 2023 Official Media Partner is IIMM NEWS Delhi.

Shizz B Cosmetic India Pvt Ltd started this company is started by Geeta Dagar and its operation on 23 March 2022. Shizz B organised around 9 events of the fashion show. One of the programs is organized on 9 jan 2023 in Golden Galaxy resort Faridabad Haryana. In this fashion show Bollywood Actress Vindhya Tiwari came as a bollywood celebrity guest. She shared the life experience of how she came into the Bollywood line from TV screen to Multiplex. Instagram Influncer khushi Shaikh came as a celebrity guest khushi shaikh given a Stage Make up by Kavita Sheoran and Khushi Shaikh also showed some dance moves in Fashion walk 2023. Ruchika Dhingra Arora came as a VIP guest and jury member. Sagar Chaudhary came as a VIP Guest Sagar Chaudhary also worked in ZERO films by SRK and Disney Hotstar IILLU Series.Amit Jain Bollywood Singer from Meerut has come to ShizzB Program and sang a song Gulabi Ankhen. Shizz B got their 1 runner up Miss Haryana 2023 named Babita Malik. Shizz B 2 runner up Mrs Haryana Neha Shizz B winner Mrs Haryana Shikha verma.


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Shizz B is a new approach towards redefining beauty in the skin & makeup industry. We started by hoping Mother Nature and design intuitive and uncomplicated natural products you can live with. Our game-changing products, 100% pure and herbal-based, are designed to get back flawless skin and beauty without using harmful chemicals.

Before the launching, our in-house team used Shizz B products for months and shared their personal experience with the research & development team. Then the R&D team worked on those feedbacks and made necessary changes in the product composition considering the specific requirements of all genders and age groups. This sample testing helps us to make a final product for you that gives the desired result and revives your inner beauty.

We, at Shizz B, oppose the thought of judging people according to the norms of society’s stereotypes. Instead, we designed Shizz B for inspiring souls like you who don’t loan themselves to the society’s benchmark of being beautiful and ideal. The one who knows his/her brain and never hesitates to introduce themselves the way they are. That’s why, Shizz B skincare essentials are developed in a way that makes you look and feel glowy, dewy best before you even think about makeup. Also, our makeup products are designed to add glow and sparkle to your real look and not cover you up or turn you into someone else.

Shizz B Vision

We, at Shizz B, are building the future beauty company where everything we make is for you. Because our vision is to give you back, ‘REAL YOU’.

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Rising Need for Treated Water Augmenting Wood Vinegar Consumption


For more insides:- https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/wood-vinegar-market


Wood vinegar or wood acid or pyroligneous acid is a dark liquid, which is derived from charcoal. It is obtained by heating biomass in a closed container. The smoke generated during charcoal production is cooled into a liquid and then separated into bio-oil, tar, and wood vinegar. The dark liquid is a combination of nearly 80–90% water and over 200 organic compounds, such as acetic acid, esters, formic acid, ketones, methanol, and phenol.


Moreover, the increasing implementation of government initiatives regarding bio-based products will also ensure the large-scale adoption of wood vinegar for wastewater treatment, food, animal husbandry, wood tar, and agriculture applications. In the recent past, the agriculture sector has emerged as the largest consumer of wood vinegar due to the enormous use of bio-based fertilizers and pesticides to increase productivity. For instance, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, has launched several programs in recent times to promote the use of biomass materials and bio-based products, such as wood vinegar.


The manufacturing segment of the wood vinegar market is categorized into slow paralysis, fast and intermediate pyrolysis, and others. Under this segment, the slow pyrolysis category is expected to account for the largest market share during the forecast period as slow pyrolysis provides a better yield of wood vinegar, char, and other products than other manufacturing processes. In comparison to other processes, slow pyrolysis exhibits a longer vapor resistance time and slower heating rate.


In recent years, wood vinegar producers, such as TAGROW CO. LTD., Nakashima Trading Co. Ltd., Ace (Singapore) Pte Ltd., Canada Renewable Bioenergy Corporation, Byron Biochar, and Nettenergy BV, have engaged in technological advancements to develop better and improved pyrolysis kiln methods to produce char, biochar, and wood vinegar. Additionally, the advanced pyrolysis methods help enhance the production process of wood vinegar and reduce the total manufacturing process. Further, the producers are also focusing on involving poverty-ridden people in wood vinegar production processes as the material is majorly produced in villages by using local resources and feedstock.


Geographically, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region held the largest share in the wood vinegar market in 2015. This was on account of the presence of a vast base of end users and the existence of a large number of local producers in the region. Moreover, the surging need for clean water, owing to the booming population, will also create a huge requirement for wood vinegar in the coming years. For instance, the World Bank states that the population of India surged from 1.353 billion in 2018 to 1.366 billion in 2019.


Thus, the escalating need for treated water and surging government focus on using bio-based products will fuel the consumption of wood vinegar globally.


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Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world and the most effective way to break out of the cycle of poverty. Yet, millions of children remain out-of-school in India. Before the COVID-19 crisis, 6 million children were out of school. When the pandemic struck, school closures impacted the education of 247 children enrolled in elementary and secondary schools. These children are not only deprived of their right to receive a quality education, but they lose their childhood by being pushed into child labour and early marriages.

The government, through the Right to Education Act, 2009, has been making its way in enrolling and retaining children in school, especially from the marginalized sector. However, any progress made had been hampered by the pandemic. While online education replaced regular classes, students from vulnerable communities without access to smartphones and the internet were left behind. Two years of school closures in India resulted in a huge learning gap.

The Power of NGOs

Whenever there is a major imbalance, NGOs exist to balance the see-saw in times of crises. NGOs like Oxfam India play a significant role in ensuring that every child, especially those from vulnerable communities, receive the opportunity to build a better future through education. Organisations such as Oxfam India, Save the Children, World Vision, UNICEF, Cry etc in India work at the grass-root level to strengthen the education system, spread awareness about the importance of education and enrol as many children as possible so they can thrive in life.

Oxfam India is an NGO that works in states such as Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and Odisha to send the most vulnerable and underprivileged children back to school and empower them to break the cycle of poverty. As well as ensure that the education of children from such communities continues in the midst of the pandemic.

NGO works through contributions and you too can support an NGO and change a child's life forever. While supporting a cause, your donation is eligible up to 50% tax benefit under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. When you donate to an NGO like Oxfam India, you help in the following ways:

Enrolment

NGOs work towards identifying the most vulnerable children in the poorest states of India. Due to unaccessibility and poverty and in times of humanitarian crisis - children miss out on school. Oxfam India helps enrol children in school under the Right to Education Act (RTE), and ensure that children who have dropped out of school as a result of the pandemic, are re-enrolled in school. As of September 2022, 1081 children have been re-enrolled in school as schools across the country start to re-open.

Awareness and Counselling

Through workshops and various activities, awareness is generated amongst parents and local communities about the importance of education. Oxfam India also conducts regular counselling sessions to encourage parents to send their children especially girls to school and help them participate in various activities


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https://avalanches.com/cl/santiago_quin_es_miguel_fernandez_arcos_el_influencer_que_busca_comerse_espa6016004_15_01_2023

Quién es Miguel Fernandez Arcos, el influencer que busca comerse España y el mundo con sus aventuras

El artista de 24 años, se encuentra incursionando en el mundo de la producción, cryptos y además como beat maker, todo un artista multifacético.

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El trono de Miguel Fer, como lo conocen sus amigos está todas las redes y plataformas, con mas de 2 millones de followers en Instagram, Fernandez es todo un furor con las promociones y canjes en la plataforma de Facebook, donde constantemente sube fotos de todas sus hazañas y aventuras.


Se comenzó a hablar mucho de el el año pasado, cuando dejó la vida de experto en las Cryptos para aventurarse en todo lo que es la producción musical y los viajes, es considerado un traveler de primera calidad, siendo muy cotizado por marcas lujosas de todo el mundo.


Un cambio radical

En su vida ya que comenzó a dedicarse de lleno a la creación de contenido, lo cual le ha resultado muy rentable, no dejando de lado su vida aventurera y su espíritu de joven salvaje.

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First African Distance Learning University is Legit .

Accreditation/Recognition as Follows :

(1) First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Accredited after scoring 100 points which is above the expected average 40 points on self assessment of his institution by CCLP World Wide Accreditation on 12/28/2020 .


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(2) First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) is also a registered member of European Council For Business Education ,

Registration date: 2021-07-19 17:54:52 ,

User ID : 770 ,

Status : Active Profile Registered .


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(3)First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) is Registered as a Member of Association of African Universities,

Registration Number : AAU/OMU/20210301/163 .


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(4) First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is Incorporated as a private company limited by Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria .


(5) first African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) is Recognised by National University Commission (NUC )

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6) Official Academic Signatory Awarded to FIRST AFRICAN DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITY “FADLU “


Issued on Dec 28, 2020

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First African Distance Learning University, FADLU was founded on 28Th December 2020 by Hon , Chime . I. Giland .


First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Established On December 28th 2020 - Liaison Officer In Nigeria.

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