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    Bakhshi Polytechnic, Mujar Machhli Shahar, Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh is approved by A.I.C.T.E. New Delhi & affiliated to State Board of Technical Education, Lucknow (UP). It has been founded with motto to provide quality in technical education and to provide a good job plateform to the students.
    The college has lush-green, pollution-free campus with all infrastructure compatible to any educational institution in the Eastern UP. Today, the Institution has been recognized as one of the best education centre in Jaunpur District.

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Bakhshi Polytechnic, Mujar Machhli Shahar, Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh is approved by A.I.C.T.E. New Delhi & affiliated to State Board of Technical Education, Lucknow (UP). It has been founded with motto to provide quality in technical education and to provide a good job platform to the students.

The college has lush-green, pollution-free campus with all infrastructure compatible to any educational institution in the Eastern UP. Today, the Institution has been recognized as one of the best education center in Jaunpur District.

Our Mission

Aim of the Bakhshi Polytechni College is to equip students with conceptual knowledge and functional skills required towards technology oriented world. The Bakhshi Polytechni College with its rich experience seek to integrate technical excellence and professional commitment wherein each individual must know how to reason, how to acquire and sort out information, how to imagine what can’t be seen, how to speak and write, how to translate knowledge into wise action and how to be both faithful and brave. The Krishna Group intends to take on the challenge to craft an ambitious institute, which is prepared to undertake such ambition and goal with strength, self-awareness and confidence to transform millennium youth into effective global residents.

Our Vision

To elevate Bakhshi Polytechnic to become a preferred destination not only in the state of UP but also in whole of India and finally globally for high quality and value based  education. Where it will be part of education to foster in the students the ability to apply what they learn, believe in the life long learning and dedicate themselves to work for the common good.

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(At left, watch a “CBS Evening News” report on Afridi) The verdict came days after a NATO summit in Chicago that was overshadowed by tensions between the two countries that are threatening American hopes of an orderly end to the war in Afghanistan and withdrawal of its combat troops by 2014. Islamabad was invited in expectation it would reopen supply lines for NATO and U.S. troops to Afghanistan it has blocked for nearly six months to protest U.S. airstrikes that killed 24 Pakistani troops on the Afghan border. But it did not reopen the routes, and instead repeated demands for an apology from Washington for the airstrikes. Pakistan’s treatment of Afridi since his arrest following the bin Laden raid has in many ways symbolized the gulf between Washington and Islamabad. In the United States and other Western nations, Afridi was viewed as a hero who had helped eliminate the world’s most-wanted man. But Pakistan army and spy chiefs were outraged by the raid, which led to international suspicion that they had been harboring the al Qaeda chief. In their eyes, Afridi was a traitor who had collaborated with a foreign spy agency in an illegal operation on its soil. Afridi, in his 50s, was detained sometime after the raid, but the start of his trial was never publicized. He was tried under the Frontier Crimes Regulations, or FCR — the set of laws that govern Pakistan’s semiautonomous tribal region. Human rights organizations have criticized the FCR for not providing suspects the right to legal representation, to present material evidence, or to cross-examine witnesses. Verdicts are handled by a government official in consultation with a council of elders. Afridi was tried in the Khyber tribal region, where he was raised. In addition to the prison term, he was ordered to pay a fine of about $3,500 and is subject to an additional 3½ years in prison if he does not, according to Nasir Khan, a government official in Khyber. Afridi can appeal the verdict within two months, said Iqbal Khan, another Khyber government official. An official with Pakistan’s main Inter-Services Intelligence agency said the decision was in Pakistan’s “national interest,” and he dismissed earlier appeals by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and other American officials that Afridi should be released. The official did not give his name because the ISI doesn’t allow its operatives to be identified in the media. Asked in Washington to comment, Pentagon press secretary George Little declined to talk about the specific case, but added: “Anyone who supported the United States in finding Osama bin Laden was not working against Pakistan. They were working against al Qaeda.” Afridi was working for local health authorities in northwest Pakistan when he began working for the CIA. Nurses working for him reportedly knocked on the door of the compound in Abbottabad, but were not successful in obtaining a sample from the house to confirm bin Laden was living there.

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