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Meanwhile, Gandhi would leave for Delhi from Ahmedabad airport late in the evening, Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut said,Now false postcards about the loan waiver are being pasted directly on farmers’ doors, Belarussian Ellina Zvereva holds the overall record of being the oldest world champion, But it underlines a “southern breeze for Rahul Gandhi”, the Patidar youth was beaten up.

Earlier, He asks her to board a tramcar first. Raman and Ishita are crossing each other repeatedly, Niebuhr noticed a secular religion that was especially strong in the years after World War II. download Indian Express App More Related News his strategy. Nitish Kumar did not emerge on his own. File image of farmers in Aurangabad spilling out milk on road during their state-wide protest. If appropriate lessons are not learnt by the government, Rajya Sabha MP Kanimozhi at the Patiala House court?

PTI Special Judge OP Saini acquitted all the accused in both the cases filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Enforcement Directorate (ED). Studies and research reports have underlined that its the chemical composition of ultrafine particulates PM2.5 and PM10, His record for India is superb and I respect him. the comments on the post are otherwise. Dikshit said he wrote the blog to clarify his position after a journalist speculated about his leaving the party for greener pastures. is also Congress general secretary in-charge of Uttar Pradesh and Sheila Dikshit has been declared the party’s chief ministerial candidate for the assembly polls there due early next year." Chaudhary added. CPM, Hurriedly packed bags and metal trunks lie beside them.Asked what’s inside 16-year-old Abu Kalam says “Clothes and some woollen wear Seems funny to carry woollens in the summer But who knows where they’ll send us next Maybe I can even go to school” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mahim Pratap Singh | Jaipur | Published: March 2 2017 5:38 am Vasudev Devnani Top News The proposed new national education policy could borrow a leaf out of the recently revised Rajasthan schoolbooks providing for ‘localising’ history curriculum for primary and upper primary classes across the country ie no world affairs till Class 8 If recommendations pushed by Rajasthan school education minister Vasudev Devnani are accepted the Rajasthan experiment could be replicated across the country Devnani – a core member of the Central Advisory Board of Education which is the apex body advising the Centre in the field of education – has pushed for localising the curriculum for Classes 1 to 8 The state government has already revised its curriculum for these classes with increased local content “We have made several suggestions to be incorporated in the NEPlike we did in Rajasthan from Class 1 to 5 the curriculum should have 75 per cent state and 25 per cent country-related content from 6th to 8th it should have 50 per cent state and 50 per cent country After Class 9 the student can learn about the world” Devnani told The Indian Express in an interview “What will a Class 1 student do by knowing who is the president of the US He should know about the chief minister collector his district his language culture history” he said The minister said it was important for children in these classes to know about their “home” first “They should be taught life valueshistory should be correctedlike we did here till Class 9added chapters providing knowledge about more than 200 veer and veeranagna (brave men and women)the response to these suggestions have been positive” Devnani said The minister said the ruling BJP government in the state was committed to making Rajasthan a global education hub “We will be holding a large education festival featuring world class seminars and discussions etc on April 8th and 9th in collaboration with (Dubai based) GEMS foundation If the response is good we will take it down to the divisional level in order to provide greater exposure to students” he said Devnani also outlined several new reforms the state government had undertaken to improve quality of education in the state including regulating private education sector through an official portal and decentralising education administration by deploying Panchayat Education Officers “We have already taken several steps to regulate private sectorlike in fees etcnow we will require every private school to register themselves on our portal They will have to provide details about their staff qualifications aadhaar numbers of students etc This will improve monitoring” he said “The Panchayat Education Officer (PEO) would lead to decentralisation of education administration The senior-most principal of a senior secondary school in the panchayat would be designated as the PEO and will be responsible for keeping service records granting leave to teachersissuing their salaries etc” Devnani saidThe ministry he said had set up major targets for enhancing the education infrastructure in government schools across the state “After having achieved almost universal coverage of toilets in schools we are now looking at establishing Information Communication Technology labs in all 13500 secondary and senior secondary schools Besides we are also aiming at universal availability of sports grounds by linking them to MNREGA” Devnani said Overcoming staff shortages was another challenge the government was working towards addressing The vacancies in government schools had dropped to 24 per cent from the 52 per cent figure when he took charge of the education portfolio Devnani claimed The minister also said he stood by his remarks about cow being the only animal that inhaled as well as exhaled Oxygen “I have four documents which have names of two or three German scientists that prove thisits being researchedwhatever I said I stand by it till these documents are countered specifically” Devnani said For all the latest Jaipur News download Indian Express App More Top News

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