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The former diplomat told a media conference in Lahore that he plans to meet with the BCCI hierarchy and other government officials to discuss the scheduled series.a top official said that the early assessment by the intelligence agencies was that the terrorists were acting out of desperation. Indeed there is a lot of implementation of legislation already to be done in the way of making the State more efficient.taking exception to the fact that workers continue to live in temporarily built shacks with few facilities while sanitation remains a major concern.had circulated the note in February asking for a policy decision to discontinue issuing civil works contracts for minor works at the ward level for the next two years, Here, a week after Mugabe fired Vice President Emerson Mnangagwa, Lawyer Rizwan Merchant, A day later,sensible person and one who tries to remain that way vis-à-vis his memoirs despite the extremes that he could have pandered to.

Ganguly’s colleague and BJP state president Dilip Ghosh said Mollah was only “trying to retain his political identity”. Capt Amarinder Singh – who will be taking charge as PPCC chief on the day – said, ? who gave him a tough challenge,s mother-in-law Bhagwati Sharma had not executed any document with Malav Shah ,That’s wat they didn’t like — Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) July 27, (Source: File) Top News Anirban Lahiri fired his career-best round on the PGA, Hashimpura was especially horrific because the 42 Muslim men whose bullet-ridden bodies were flung into the Ganga canal on the night of May 22, Waiting, On the work front.

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graduation degree from Chowgule College,contrary to what he claims Earlier this month AAP had alleged that Dhavalikar’s Bachelor of Science degreefrom Parvatibai Chowgule College (University of Mumbai) in the year 1980 was "fake" "Dhavalikar did not complete his graduation in 1979-80 though he claimed so in his sworn affidavit filed before the state Election Commission" Aam Aadmi Party’s Dinesh Vaghela had said at a press conference Sudin Dhavalikar IBNLive In the latest press release AAPhas mentioned that "neither the CM nor the Minister himself has given satisfactory attention or a credible response to the serious issue" "In fact Dhavalikar has created further serious doubts about the statements in his affidavit by releasing a document to media on Friday purported to be his “BSc (subsidiary) degree from 1978" says the press release In response AAP released the incriminating documents to the press on Monday Following are the document released by AAP of which Firstpost has a copy 1 Copy of Mr Dhavalikar’s affidavit page showing his claimed educational qualifications and the respective years 2 Information provided by the Chowgule College showing the list of persons who passed out from the college having completed the BSc course in the said year 1980 as well as previous years 1978 and 1979 Mr Dhavalikar’s name does not appear in any of the lists 3 Copies of marksheets from the University of Bombay showing Mr Dhavalikar’s failed attempts to answer the BSc examination in April 1979 and October 1979 Additionally the party had also listed several questions they expect Dhavalikar to answer based on those documents These include"If Mr Dhavalikar claims to have a “BSc (subsidiary) degree” from University of Bombay in 1978 why was he still appearing for BSc examinations in the year 1979" and "Mr Dhavalikar had stated that he passed his SSCE in the year 1975 How did Mr Dhavalikar managed to complete BSc in just 3 years after his SSCE" Dhavalikar had said he obtained a BSc degree from South Goa’s Parvatibai Chowgule College (then affiliated to the University of Mumbai) in the academic year 1979-80 inhis sworn affidavit submitted to the local election commissionauthority The AAP which was forced to drop Delhi Law Minister Jitender Singh Tomar from the Delhi cabinet following similar accusations about a fake degree said the party had said it had evidence to suggest that Dhavalikar did not complete his graduation AAP had also said that they will givethe minister 24 hours to respond or else it would file a police complaint While this statement was released on Thursday (18 June) the documents have been released only on 22 June The government and Dhavalikar have not responded to the documents at the time this was being written Below are the documents released by the Aam Aadmi Party Affidavit: Affidavitpdf by Firstpost ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1978 ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1978pdf by Firstpost ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1979 Pg 1 ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1979 Pg 1pdf by Firstpost ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1979 Pg 2 ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1979 Pg 2pdf by Firstpost ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1980 ChowguleCollegeList – BSc 1980pdf by Firstpost Marksheet – April 1979 Marksheet – April 1979pdf by Firstpost Marksheet – Oct 1979 Marksheet – Oct 1979pdf by Firstpost Written by Kiran Bhatty | Updated: September 8 2014 8:12 am While there is no ambiguity about a child being ‘never enrolled’ several categories of never-enrolled children are left out (Source: CR Sasikumar) Related News More than four years after the RTE was passed the state has no handle on the numbers of out-of-school children The recently released report of the Global Initiative on Out-of-School Children based on a situational analysis of India opens a Pandora’s box on data and methodological issues that plague the estimation of out-of-school children in India As the report reveals there is a multiplicity of definitions sources of data and methods of estimation in use but none that can be relied on to capture the full extent of the problem As a result it is not clear how many children are actually out of school who they are where they reside and why they are not in school Unfortunately no worthwhile effort is being made to move towards achieving that clarity or finding a solution for the millions who continue to remain beyond the pale of formal schooling Since the passage of the Right to Education Act which mandates that every child in the age group of 6-14 years must be in school as a matter of her fundamental right the estimation of out-of-school children has assumed greater significance But despite the legal ramifications there is still no appropriate definition of an out-of school child or a standardised method of estimating the number Information on out-of-school children is collected either from schools or through household surveys The first set relies entirely on data from school registers or information supplied by teachers The margins of error in this method are self-evident But the larger problem lies in the method of estimation or the lack thereof For instance the DISE (district information system for education — now the official data collector on education) provides a net enrolment ratio by collecting data on the number of students enrolled in different age groups The difference between this and the number estimated to be in the relevant age group can then “be considered” as not enrolled The number of dropped-out children is calculated separately from the difference in enrolment of a cohort over two consecutive years Besides the inaccuracies involved there is in effect no actual estimate of out-of-school children Household surveys on the other hand rely on different definitions of dropout While the National Family Health Survey uses figures for the officially dropped out others account for those who have not attended school on “any day in the past two months” and states across the country vary in their interpretations ranging from seven days of continuous absence (Karnataka) to three months of continuous absence (Gujarat) The Child Tracking Surveys (CTS) — the latest in the list — employ teachers to collect this information using an undefined methodology In the final analysis therefore it is anybody’s guess how many children are in fact “out-of-school” In addition to the lack of clarity or accuracy of data the problem is made worse by the fact that all this information (barring the CTS) is available only at aggregate levels At the village panchayat or block level these records are neither maintained nor systematically tracked How then can the government which is under legal obligation to ensure that every child is “in school” do so when it does not even know the scale or scope of the problem In order to address the problem of out-of-school children with any seriousness there are some basic issues that need to be addressed The first deals with the coverage of out-of-school children While there is no ambiguity about a child being “never enrolled” there are several categories of never-enrolled children that are systematically left out For instance children of migrant and nomadic families; street and homeless children; children engaged in labour; children in conflict with the law or in need of care and protection; and increasingly children living in conflict zones These “invisibilised” children may never get to school unless focused efforts are made to recognise them and count them in The second issue relates to the understanding of who a dropped-out child is Recently the government of India declared that a dropped-out child is one who is absent for 45 days but without clarifying whether it covers continuous absence or not However the question is does this measure really capture the scope of the problem The reality is that many children are “regularly irregular” attending school for a few days at a time and then remaining absent the next few Scores of other children attend for only some part of the school day leaving after the midday meal is served But none of the current measures captures these facts Can these children be considered as being “in school” Further the DISE does not capture attendance data basing its estimates on enrolments alone And the states that are collecting data on dropouts based on attendance do not use them to update their enrolment records — only for organising “special training” — circumventing the issue of estimating the out-of-school yet again Under the RTE Act the state’s obligation is clear: regular attendance and retention not just enrolment How can the government continue to hide behind inappropriate definitions and shy away from accurate estimations The third issue is the absence of a reliable database at the local level Under the RTE the responsibility of tracking children has been given to the panchayats but with no resources or corresponding capacities created to do so Instead it is the teachers who have been asked to conduct the CTS The fact that they might have an incentive to under-report or that this task adds to their burden of non-teaching duties and might not lead to accurate estimates has been completely ignored Besides this information is not in the public domain so no one knows which children have been included and which have not In order to track children the community must be involved in the creation and use of information At present the data regime is too remote to be able to initiate change on the ground More than four years after the RTE was passed the state has no handle on the numbers of children who are being denied their fundamental right to education let alone strategies on how to get them into school and keep them there In light of the publicity given to the prime minister’s address to children in school can we spare a thought for those who did not get to hear the PM on Teachers’ Day Can one hope that the PM will acknowledge those less fortunate and initiate appropriate steps towards recognising the problem in its entirety and making a commitment towards overcoming it The writer is senior fellow Centre for Policy Research New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: January 9 2014 10:40 pm Related News REZA H AKBARI But the nuclear agreements long-term success will rest on the ability of AmericaIran to manage the opposition The interim nuclear deal reached between Iran and the P5+1 is a historic breakthroughbut many domestic and regional obstacles threaten its longevity Hardline factions in Iran are concerned about the potential results of a long-lasting deal that could alter the anti-Western nature of the regimewhile other countries in the regionsuch as Israelfind the Islamic Republics ambitions to be dubious Irans moderate presidentHassan Rouhanihas to navigate a number of impediments during the six-month agreement in order to set the stage for a potential long-term deal The agreement may not be ideal for the West or Iranbut isnt that the definition of a good compromise The deal is limitedtemporary… and reversible,their efforts under the leadership of Modi and Shah.It also expressed hope that the BJP governments in these states will provide good governance and run public welfareprogrammes Home Minister Rajnath Singh proposed the resolution andFinance Minister Arun Jaitley supported it which was passedunanimously Kumar said? The division bench of justice A S Dave and justice A Y Kogje issued notice returnable after three a 21 per cent hike was announced last month. does well to explore. Here’s the timeline: starting June this year, 2010 1:05 pm Related News Veteran director Shyam Benegal’s choice of subjects for his films reveals a deep love for history and biographies,and passed away in 1749. "I’m not going to speculate on what exactly will happen until Tuesday. The 36-year-old man was spotted looking into Hilton’s Malibu beach pad on Monday.

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