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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Private schools should put financial data on website- Telangana

Hyderabad: All the unaided and private school, including those affiliated to the CBSE, ICSE, and Cambridge are asked to put their income, expenditure and fee structure on the site.
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The Telangana Education Department on Wednesday released a government order regarding the introduction of a new website. The move is seen as a victory for parents who had been protesting against fee hike.


Vishnu Venugopal, a chartered accountant, says, “There should be continuous monitoring of schools throughout the academic year to ensure that extra classes, tournaments and other events are conducted with the extra fees mentioned in the accounts.” Many schools are yet to be notified about the order. The last date for submission of details is September 15. If schools fail to comply, action will be initiated against them.
As per a report by DC, Mr S. Shankara Chary, the principal of Indus Universal School says, “I am yet to receive information about the order. Obviously, some schools will not feel comfortable sharing this data.
While parents at this step will help bring in more transparency, they also fear that data may be tampered with. Srinivasa Chary, the district educational officer of Warangal, says, “The data entered by schools will not be accessible to the general public. It will be available only to the school management and the education department.”
A member of the Hyderabad Schools Parents’ Association says, “The Centre has been successful in regulating fee hike through quick action.” Schools have to upload information on
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Bureaucratic reshuffle: Rajiv Kumar DFS secretary; Anita Karwal CBSE chief

Senior bureaucrat Rajiv Kumar was appointed Secretary in the Department of Financial Services (DFS) as part of a major reshuffle effected today which also saw Anita Karwal being named CBSE chairperson.

Karwal, a Gujarat-cadre IAS officer, was appointed in place of Rajesh Kumar Chaturvedi, who will now be the director general of National Skill Development Agency,

As many as 17 IAS officers were appointed in various central government departments.

Kumar, a 1984 batch IAS officer of Jharkhand cadre, is at present Special Secretary and Establishment Officer, Ministry of Personnel.

He was appointed to the post in place of Anjuly Chib Duggal, who superannuated today, an order issued by Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) said.

The mandate of the DFS covers the functioning of banks, financial institutions, insurance companies and the national pension system.

Kumar spearheaded several reforms in Indian bureaucracy.

He has been brought an online system for recording of the bureaucrats annual performance appraisal report and 360 degree system to assess suitability of officers for senior-level jobs among other initiatives.

He was an important member of the team that devised and implemented assessment of non-performing officers. Few IAS, IPS and other civil services officers were sacked on the basis of their performance review.

He has been credited with reforms in senior-level appointments in the government of India by putting an end to the scope for lobbying and speculation.

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Job recruitment in three posts of Sainik School

Madhya Pradesh: The Sainik School has asked the application of interested candidates on various posts. If willing to apply read the details below:
Educational Qualification: Master degree ( English) + B.ED/ Diploma + 1-2 year teaching experience.
Number of Vacancies: 03 posts
Name of vacancies: PGT English, Art Teacher, and Music teacher.
Last date: 30-09-2017
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WA's Dy. Premier meets AP CM to strengthen ties in areas of mining, agriculture, education

In a step forward in strengthening the economic relationship, Deputy Premier of Western Australia Roger Cook met Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Chandrababu Naidu and other key Andhra Pradesh Ministers here on Thursday.

This visit was facilitated by the Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board, a single point of contact for trade, investments and partnerships in the state.

During the meeting, Chief Minister Naidu and Deputy Premier Cook announced the formalisation of a number of partnerships in the areas of education, mining, geology, road safety and professional development cooperation.

The two leaders agreed to finalise, as soon as possible, arrangements for collaboration between the two state governments under the Sister State Agreement involving:

- The WA Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety supplying technical assistance to the AP Department of Mines and Geology to support geological mapping necessary for attracting investment into the mining sector;

- A professional staff development exchange between the AP Economic Development Board and the WA Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation.

They also agreed on the importance of finalizing an agreement between Curtin University and partners in Andhra Pradesh to establish a world-class Mining Institute in the state.

During their meeting, the two leaders witnessed the signing of an articulation agreement between Acharya Nagarjuna University and Curtin University, under which students can receive advanced standing (credit) for studies at Acharya Nagarjuna University on beginning a new course at Curtin University.

Speaking on the same to ANI, Deputy Premier Cook said, "Today, in our meeting with the Chief Minister (Chandrababu Naidu), we talked about the important role of the relationship between the two communities/states; in particular what we talked about is the agreement that we made between the Curtin University and Acharya Nagarjuna University, in relation to new courses around engineer. What this will do is provide great opportunities for engineering students in India and in particular, undertake coursework, which will be recognized by Curtin University in Western Australia and provide them with an opportunity to study in Western Australia as well."

The two leaders also witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the Andhra Pradesh Department of Roads and Transport and Western Australian company KSI Global, under which its unique roller safety barriers will be trialled on a notorious 'black spot' on the road to Tirupati temple.

Talking about another focus point, healthcare, Roger Cook said, "As Minister of Health in Western Australia, I am particularly interested to see how our economies can work together to develop medical devices and technology, with which we can work together to improve the health of the people in our two states."

"One of the things we are very impressed with is the way, in AP, they are supporting companies to develop their medical devices, manufacture them in the state and provide them to the community at an affordable price. We have a round of companies that are developing devices in the digital space and as a result of that, we are very much looking forward to engaging with AP to make sure that we can see AP as an opportunity to base our manufacturing," he added.

The two leaders also looked forward to the signing of a MoU between Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University and the University of Western Australia for research and teaching collaborations in the field of drylands agriculture once approvals from the centre were finalised.

Further speaking about the meeting, Peter Baldwin, the regional director (India) in the Government of Western Australia's trade office, told ANI, "Western Australia is one of the leading states in the world for minerals and geological survey. We have developed a massive number of skills and technologies. Our governance of geological sector and mining sector is renowned worldwide. We are really happy, as part of our sister state relationship, to share this knowledge, expertise with Andhra Pradesh to help it become more of a powerhouse in India."

"Western Australia has always placed Andhra Pradesh at the forefront of its international partnerships and we hope to raise this partnership in the fields as diverse as economy, public policy, trade, investment education, technology, innovation and culture," said J.Krishna Kishore, Chief Executive Officer, Andhra Pradesh Economic Development Board.

Andhra Pradesh and Western Australia signed a Sister State Agreement in December 2016, and since then both parties have been working to establish public and private sector partnerships in a variety of fields, reads a media statement by Government of Western Australia.

Western Australia's total trade with India was valued at 2.14 billion dollars in 2016-17, with gold and copper products among the top exports. Western Australian companies are already active in Andhra Pradesh, with NSL Consolidated operating and expanding a low-grade iron ore mining and beneficiation operation, and Geomysore Services (India) soon to commence gold mining operations, both in Kurnool District.


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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

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Salary hike for college, varsity teachers

About eight to nine lakh teachers in higher educational institutions are set to get a salary hike, with the Centre ready to take the proposal to the Cabinet.

The hike would range from 20-25%, said an official of the Ministry of Human Resource Development who did not wish to be named.

“It is already done and it is ready to go to the Cabinet for approval. Once Cabinet approval comes, teachers in colleges and universities will get their revised salaries,” he said. The lower level — that of assistant professors — is expected to get a hike of 20%, which will go up at the levels of associate professor and professor.

Payment of arrears

However, arrears — which the teachers are supposed to get from the time the UGC pay committee was set up — may come in a staggered manner, given the large number of beneficiaries.

Teachers in colleges and universities acquired a slight edge over the Central government servants in terms of salaries from the time of the Sixth Pay Commission, and this is expected to stay. Much of the difference has been because many entry-level teachers have a Ph.D. or M.Phil, for which they get additional increments.

The revision will benefit employees of the central universities, State universities and government-funded technical universities.

The UGC had set up the pay committee under VS Chauhan. It had recommended that these be at par with the salaries offered to the government employees by the Seventh Pay Commission.

Later, the HRD Ministry set up a committee to review its recommendations.

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8-day training for teachers from Sep 11

Hanamkonda: The Bharat Scouts and Guides district chapter is organising an eight-day residential training programme for teachers in order to propagate ideals of patriotism, discipline and leadership qualities among students.
The training will be held at St Anthony High School premises at Karunapuram near Warangal from September 11 to 18. The training is meant for the teachers, who wish to join Scouts and Guides and in turn train the students, the organisation state vice-president and MP A Seetaram Naik and district commissioner S Srinivasa Chary said.
The teachers will be trained to serve as Scout Masters and Flock Leaders. For Scout Masters training, both male and female teachers are eligible while for Flock Leaders training only female teachers are eligible, they told presspersons in Hanamkonda on Wednesday.
The teachers from all government and private schools from across erstwhile Warangal district along with other neighbouring districts can participate in the training programme. They will be paid travel expenses, free lodging and boarding.
For the government teachers, on-duty provision will be given during the training programme. The district educational officers of all the concerned districts have been intimated in this regard. Those intending to take part in the training need to pay a registration fee of Rs 330.
For registering for the training, interested teachers can contact Bharat Scouts and Guides assistant state organising commissioner S Venkateshwarlu at his mobile number: 7673920554 or its district secretary A Srinivasulu at 9441681288.
On-spot registration is also available, provided the teachers have to arrive at the training venue by 11 am on September 11. The teachers need to carry their own bedding material.
Warangal District Un-aided Private Schools Association (WADUPSA) has consented to mobilise teachers for the training programme as Nizamabad MP K Kavitha, who assumed charge as first Chief Commissioner of Bharat Scouts and Guides of Telangana wanted Bharat Scouts and Guides, introduced in all the private educational institutions. The state assistant commissioner N Narayana Reddy and state body member GV Ramanaiah were present.
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Less regulation, not removal of minority status, will improve Universities

Cancelling minority status of two universities will do little to help regulate institutions or improve the quality of higher education in India, when the problem lies with the regulatory system–consisting of at least eight central-level bodies, some of which are inefficient while others have been investigated for corruption.

The union government is opposing the minority status of two universities funded by the taxpayer: It indicated it will soon withdraw its support for Jamia Millia Islamia’s minority status (the case is ongoing in the Delhi High Court), as it did for Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in the Supreme Court in July 2016, arguing that these universities were established by Acts of Parliament and not by Muslims.

The government has chosen to cancel the minority status of these two universities, even though these are not the only ones that have minority status. The government’s stance on Jamia and AMU, instead of underscoring ideology, should have opened up the debate on the larger regulatory mess in higher education, Pratap Bhanu Mehta, vice chancellor of Haryana-based Ashoka University, wrotein the Indian Express on August 8, 2017.

Mehta further argued that a minority college such as St Stephen’s has an autonomy over admissions that a college such as Shri Ram College of Commerce lacks, despite both colleges being part of Delhi University. “It does create situations where institutions that are identical in purpose face differential regulation merely on account of who started it,” he wrote.

Minority-status institutions are allowed to set aside half their seats for a particular community, such as Muslim or Sikh, and not reserve any seats for Dalits. A minority institute can also decide who will be part of their governing council, but so can most other universities. Minority-status institutions also follow regulations binding on other publicly-funded universities, such as rules on teacher employment and salaries.

For instance, minority institutions “can’t say that for vice-chancellor we will have other qualifications (different from other institutions)”, said Irfan Habib, historian and professor emeritus at AMU.

These rules were formed as part of the St Stephen’s College judgement, which upheld the Christian-minority college’s right to function as a minority institution even though it is part of Delhi University. The ruling said the college will be subject to regulation.

Even after the cancellation of minority status of two universities, the University Grants Commission (UGC) would still preside over universities and colleges that fall into several categories: Private universities, those funded by the union government, those funded by state governments, and those deemed-to-be universities (which are institutions considered to hold the highest standards in a field, and labelled as “universities” by the central government. These can include private universities).

At least 8 central-level regulators, several other state-level regulators

The main problem in Indian higher education lies in its over-regulation, and easing regulations could open up university education to many more in a country where about a quarter of people between the ages of 18 and 23 years were enrolled in higher education institutions in 2015-16, according to government data.

There are more than eight regulators. There are also higher education commissions and regulators at the state level, said C Raj Kumar, vice-chancellor of privately-owned O P Jindal Global University, who has campaigned for less-intrusive regulation and for public universities. He said the number of regulators could be about 20.

At least half of those enrolled in higher education in India are enrolled in private higher education, according to O P Jindal University’s research.

The eight higher education regulators have different structures and report to different ministries. Some are statutory bodies created by acts of Parliament. They give permission for new courses and colleges, additional seats in existing colleges, disburse public money, and exercise quality control.


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Tuesday, 29 August 2017

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Today's all educational news date 30/08/2017

Education is the easiest thing to carry around, and it can help you go places - that's what David B. Allen, CFA, 29, a Shanghai-based Canadian, believes in.

He is the founder of Language Partners, having taken up a career in education to bridge the world's cross-cultural learners.

In 2014, Allen came to China in pursuit of his master's in finance from the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. China's rapid economic growth, rich culture and the smart locals of Shanghai convinced Allen to become a part of the dynamic metropolis.

"I'm a problem-solver, and have always been entrepreneurial at heart. During my first year in China, I spent much time learning Chinese, and I quickly learned about the demand and need for language tutors. This need promises continued growth," Allen said.

In February 2016, with support from government policy, a university and an incubator, Allen rode his passion for, and insights into, education to found Language Partners in Shanghai.

The company intends to connect English and Chinese native speakers, providing 1-to-1 experiential learning opportunities for both sides.



It regularly holds fun and interactive English learning events for children, and also provides organizational training to remove communication barriers in offices.

In addition, it is now developing its mobile app to better streamline the process of connecting Chinese and English native speakers.

"We continue to grow and learn at a controlled and managed pace with minimal downside risk," said Allen. "I'd like to see Language Partners getting recognized for its 'Living the Language' initiative, with customer service outlook and attention to detail."

The government and the university play indispensable roles in the company's development. The Shanghai free trade zone provides entrepreneurs with tax incentives. And visas are now more supportive of foreigners starting up in China.

Furthermore, the Belt and Road Initiative contributes to sound relations and deeper understanding among countries and people.

"I think it's a great initiative that should encourage more foreign students to stay on in China to start their own businesses," Allen said.

The SUFE provides its young entrepreneurs with workspace, connections and resources. The Entrepreneurship Center brought Allen fund-raising opportunities and participation in Guan Sheng Yuan International's incubator program.

Besides, Allen is eyeing expansion into Canada. He recently visited his hometown Fredericton, New Brunswick, to forge cooperation agreements with local English teachers and doctoral candidates. He hoped Canadians with top-level writing and speaking abilities can meet increasing demand for English-language classes among the Chinese.


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The big relief given by State Bank of India for the processing fee of the loan

In order to encourage retail loan portfolios, the country's largest public sector bank State Bank of India has given a lot of relaxation on its personal loan processing fees. This fee waiver will be exempted from other banks' takeover of home loans.
Bank said in a statement today that 100% of the processing fee for car loan, personal loan, gold loan and other loans will be allowed. This is a part of the festival offers announced by the bank. The processing fee on car loans will be waived of all the customers, who will apply till December 31. Apart from this, upto 31st October, 2017, the processing fee on the personal gold loan will be 50% off. Customers who apply for Express Credit Personal Loan until September 30, 2017, will be given 50 percent of the processing fee. The bank has made this announcement three weeks after the deduction of interest rate in the savings bank.
Meanwhile, the Reserve Bank of India has cut interest rate by 0.25 per cent. However, the State Bank or any other bank has not yet reduced its interest rates. However, in the near future, banks are being considered to review their interest rates. Customers are also eagerly waiting for interest rates to decline. Then it will be seen that banks will offer less flexibility in interest rates to customers.


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IT earnings on non-tax payers despite high interest income through bank FD

An attempt to achieve a target to increase the number of taxpayers in the country

New Delhi, Ta. August 28, 2017, Monday
The income tax department is open on thousands of people with high interest income but not paying income tax through fixed deposits. The tax department has decided to conduct inquiries into persons currently having interest of more than Rs 5 lakh but do not pay income tax or file returns or show interest income to them. These individuals also include senior citizens, a senior tax department official said.
These movements are part of the government's steps to increase tax levels. The tax department plans to hire professionals who are involved in the consultancy business, including lawyers, who charge fees in cash and also lead a life of impoverishment.
During the last year's demotixation exercise, the department officials said the action was being taken on the basis of various datasets received by the Income Tax Department. However, when a large amount of TDS is being deducted by banks on fixed deposits, such person is caught in the tax net. But it is seen that the tax has not been filled up. Banks are checking the tax department's deduction of TDS tax.
However, we want to catch large fishes. Sources said that the department will not worry about the people having a small interest income. The department's target is to increase the number of taxpayers by one crore. The current fiscal year is aimed at increasing the revenue through direct tax to Rs 9.80 lakh crore. This will be possible only by increasing the number of taxpayers, sources added.


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Monday, 28 August 2017

OU to conduct seminar on ‘Media, Politics and Higher Education’

Hyderabad: The Osmania University Centre for International Programmes (OUCIP) is organizing a two-day national seminar on “Media, Politics and Higher Education” from August 29.

The introduction of media education has brought remarkable changes in the level of reception from the students. Especially, digitization of universities reduced both time and space in research. Multimedia and ICT proved to be effective tools in the world of education. The political climate in the higher education has been unstable in the recent past. Many untoward incidents have been witnessed in the academic corridors and media has played its role in bringing it to light. However the academia needs a strong support from media and politics to sustain its goals and establish itself as a hub of knowledge. The proposed seminar will focus on the impact of Media and politics in World of Education, according to an OU press release.

The convenor of this seminar is Prof. A. Karunaker, Director, OUCIP. Dr. T. Hanuman Chowdary, Editor, Bharatiya Pragna will be the Chief Guest will inaugurate the seminar at 10.00 a.m. in Auditorium of OUCIP. Dr. Madabhushi Sridhar Acharyulu, Commissioner, Central Information Commission, New Delhi will deliver a key note. Prof. M. Channa Basavaiah, Honorary Director, ICSSR, Southern Region Osmania University, Hyderabad will be the Guest of Honour Prof. S. Ramachandram, Vice Chancellor, Osmania University & President of this seminar will preside over the inaugural function.

Nearly 75 papers will be presented in parallel sessions by the eminent Professors and scholars from various universities and colleges from India. The seminar will offer a prominent platform to bring together scholars, academics, journalists, writers and critics in the domain of Media, Politics and Higher Education and as well as related multi-disciplinary areas to discuss and deliberate on issues and concerns in numerous areas. The seminar will contribute new research topics to the aspiring research scholars as there is greater need to examine the role of Media and Politics in Higher Education a fresh perspective.

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This Indian boy is amongst the rare one per cent of the world's population

A 13-year-old Indian-origin boy in the UK has got the highest possible score of 162 on a Mensa IQ test, placing him in the top one per cent people in the world who achieved this feat.

Dhruv Garg, from Wokingham in south east England, was looking for something to occupy his time during the summer holidays and decided to try out for the intellectual society.

The schoolboy achieved 162 in his entry IQ test - the maximum possible, which places him in the top one per cent of people in the world, the Daily Mirror reported.

He also scored in the highest mark in the second test, known as the Culture Fair scale, getting 152.

This score qualifies him amongst the rare one per cent of the population who take the Mensa exam worldwide in both the exams.

Garg, who goes to Reading School, a grammar in Berkshire, has also been developing an app to combat social isolation by helping lonely people meet up.

The app connects people who live in the same area who want to meet new people.

"I was just so surprised to get the result. I was looking for something to do over the summer holidays and so I thought I'd try taking the test, but did not expect to do so well," he said.

"I'm really looking forward to the new school year, I really like school and want to use the app to help people," Garg said.

His mother, Divya, said the whole family is proud of their young prodigy, whoes favourite subjects are maths and chemistry.

"When he got the maximum score they told me it's the highest mark possible but I didn't realise what it meant. It was only when I spoke to Mensa that they told me I said 'oh my God' this is special, this is really something worth celebrating," she said.

A keen cricketer and table tennis player, Garg can also complete a Rubik's Cube in under 100 seconds.

"In year one was when we started to realise he was gifted as his teachers said he was very sharp and had to have special lessons, so all along he was always special. He is an avid reader and reads a lot of journals," Garg's mother said.

Mensa is believed to be the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. Membership is open to anyone who can demonstrate an IQ in the top two per cent of the population, measured by a recognised or approved IQ testing process.


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Sunday, 27 August 2017

Job vacancy in INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH

Maharashtra: The INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION AND RESEARCH has asked the application for posts. If interested in applying read the details above.

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Saturday, 26 August 2017

Special programmes for education of ST students

Minister for Welfare of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes A.K. Balan has said that special programmes will be implemented to raise the standard of education among Scheduled Tribe students.

He was speaking at the inauguration of an education programme under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in Kuttampuzha on Saturday, said a press release here. Ten ‘Ooru Vidya Kendras’ would be started in Kuttampzuha and Vengoor panchayats, the press release added.

“A hundred common study places will be arranged this year to improve the standard of education of the students,” the Minister said. The study centres would be equipped with computers and internet connectivity, he added.

Tribal language

Teachers who know the tribal language have been appointed in schools to ensure that the children are taught in their own language. “A total of 241 teachers have been appointed in this category,” the press release added.

Mr. Balan said hostel facilities for tribal students had been improved and steps were being taken to improve employment opportunities. He said steps would be taken to ensure that land titles were provided to members of the 67 families that migrated to Panthapra Colony from Warriam Colony following attacks by wild animals. Antony John, MLA, presided.

The Minister said 1.55 lakh tribal families would get Onam kits.


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School director, teacher arrested for student's suicide

The director and a teacher of a private school in Chhattisgarh's Raigarh district have been arrested in connection with the alleged suicide of a girl student in the school premises last week.

The girl (15), a Class 10 student, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the third floor of the school in Kharsia town on August 17, a local police official said today.

Based on investigation, the school director, Ashok Agrawal (58), and the student's class teacher, S K Bhanwar (37), were arrested yesterday on charges of abetment of suicide, he said.

The investigation so far has revealed the victim's father, a labourer, had sought some time from the school management for depositing fees after his daughter's admission in June, he said.

The director and the teacher allegedly frequently scolded the student over the delay in fee payment. Apparently upset over it, she took the extreme step, the official added.

The two were booked under IPC sections 306 (abetment of suicide) and 34 (common intention), among others.

Conviction for abetment of suicide invites jail term extending up to 10 years.

The duo was produced in a local court which sent them in 14-day judicial remand, the officer added.


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Friday, 25 August 2017

Duty to keep minimum balance from student's scholarship!

- Commercial views of banks

If there is a balance in the bank, why not take a scholarship! : Insistence of 500 to 1000 balances

If there is no minimum balance then penalty or charge is also levied
Ahmedabad, 25 August, 2017, Friday
Various schemes and scholarships are being benefited by the students of various classes studying in schools. In which children of SC-ST annually, 1000 annually to religious linguistic minorities, Rs. 300 to disabled children. 120 When the financially backward children are annually annually Scholarships of 75 to 150 are offered.
This amount is deposited directly into the student's bank accounts. But since most of these students do not have minimum balance, banks cut off the penalty or charge for not keeping the minimum balance from the amount deposited by their scholarship !!
Nationalized banks, including State Bank of India, have given millions of dollars in lending to industrialists and billions of rupees. Many of which have been lending. This figure also happens in thousands of crores. While on the other hand, banks are not condescending at very poor and poor students.



It just opens an account with zero balance. Thereafter, banks are not ashamed of all the rules of the bank, which are applicable to the masters and cut off the charge from the nominal amount of money. Bankers' managers often threaten school staff that if your salary account is in private banks, why do you come here to open a children's account? click here...  


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Government Talent Shows and Gazotsav will be held on 29th of the school year

Gandhinagar, Friday
Ganapati festival is celebrated in the Capital of Gandhinagar with the Hershollas. A unique talent show of children studying in the government schools of the city- Gajogesh will be held on Tuesday 29th of the 8th to 10th stage C-22. Through this gazette program, our Foundation will try to connect the pro-active children to society. Workers will be working in the gambling.
At the stage of the Se-22, our Foundation has given this opportunity to our Foundation by the Public Ganeshotsav Samiti, in which the children of the government's primary school, the economically weaker family and the students of Aadarshvariya school and the Special Children's Home also have the intentions of bringing out the latent powers within them. In this Talent show, hundreds of children will participate. Various programs, including Ganeshwand's, fashion show, seaging, tabla, sensor, Krishna, Marwadi dance, comment dance, ring dance, ancient Garbo, Bollywood dance, Bharat Natyaam will be presented by Children of Children. Giving gifts to the children participating in the festival will be given a Vasunset gift. Through this program, urban citizens will also be able to identify the talents and power of children. click here....  


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Today's all educational news date 26/08/2017

London: UK for higher studies On the other hand, the Barshi students prefer to go back to India even after the completion of their studies, despite the tenure of the visa. Or do not want to extend the tenure of the visa, according to the figures of the National Statistics Office (NSO), based on the figures of 2016-17.
         According to the report, 7469 Indian students had returned to India before their visa expired. While 2209 students chose to stay in the UK for extended visa.
         Especially in India and China, students do not like to extend visa. While students from Russia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia prefer to stay further in Britain. click here.....  


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Thursday, 24 August 2017

Today's all educational news date 25/08/2017

A week after rumours of the transfer of School Education Secretary T. Udayachandran did the rounds, the State government on Thursday night appointed Pradeep Yadav as Prinicipal Secretary, School Education Department. It retained Mr. Udayachandran as School Education Secretary in-charge of curriculum development, possibly in response to the court insisting on his continuation in the post.

Kumar Jayant, managing director of the Tamil Nadu Adi Dravidar Housing Development Corporation, has been posted as Principal Secretary to the Food and Consumer Protection Department. Rajendra Kumar, Principal Secretary, Chairman and Managing Director of the Electronics Corporation of Tamil Nadu is posted as Director of Industries and Commerce.

S. Palaniswamy, Deputy Secretary to the government, Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries department, has been posted as Director of Town Panchayats. K. Gopal, Principal Secretary of Tamil Nadu Civil Supplies Corporation, made Principal Secretary, Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries Department. Ashok Dongre has been posted Principal Secretary, Adi Dravidar and Tribal Welfare department. Rajendra Ratnoo has been posted as Commissioner of Disaster Management.


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Schools told to block access to harmful sites

Hyderabad: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed the officials of its affiliated schools to ensure that the students do not access to websites and mobile apps relating to harmful games like Blue Whale.

Such games, the CBSE circular has said, will stunt the mental growth of schoolgoing students. The CBSE guidelines unequivocally directed the officials to see the students in the school do access only pre-selected websites appropriate to their age. It asked the officials the schools to deploy ‘digital surveillance system’ on their campuses to prevent student from accessing harmful websites and mobile apps.

The CBSE officials pointed out that the children, if allowed to access internet without safety mode, may fall prey to harmful activities or suffer cyberbullying. The officials stressed the need to educate students on safety rules in using internet.

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Jio's official website crashed as pre-booking started

Pre-booking for JioPhone has started. With the start of the company website has crashed. According to sources, the website is getting a clean error and the website is not open. Besides, the MyJio App is not showing the booking option too. So it is difficult to book a phone from that too. It is worth mentioning that when the company has started sending the phone book notification to be sent for 2 days in advance, the question is how will the users pre-book the phone? Earlier, this problem was also on the last day of Geo Dhan Dhan Dhan Offers.

According to Reliance Geo, the JioPhone will be available before pre-booking. During pre-booking, customers will have to pay 500 rupees while the phone will have to pay 1,000 rupees for delivery. However, after 3 years, the phone will be returned to the customers after returning good condition 1500 rupees.


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Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Pre-booking of Jio phones will start today, by giving 500 rupees in this way you can book

NEW DELHI: Pre-booking of GeoPhone, a new telecom company, Reliance Geo, will begin today, ie on August 24, in the evening 5 hours. The company has targeted the target of 50 crore feature phone users in the country. The company is aiming to provide 50 million geophos per week.

Company sources say that booking of Geophone will start from 5 hours in the evening. Phone pre-booking can be made with a payment of 500 rupees, from the company's website or app mieggio and Reliance Digital Store. The company has kept the price of this phone at Rs 1500 for the deposit amount. Rs 500 will be paid at pre-booking time and the remaining amount will be given after receiving the phone. Here we are showing a process of booking more than one phone of jio.

They will be registered by the retailer who will reach their respective places. Based on this information, the company will deliver the phone to the retailer. Every city has a retailer of the company. If you want to get a quick Geo phone, first contact your nearest retailer and register yourself. You will have to give a copy of the support card to the retailer, along with it will have to pay 500 rupees for pre-booking and the remaining 1000 will be given at the time of delivery of the phone.

One ID can be booked by one or more of Geio phones. For every phone you have to pay Rs 1500 which will be refundable. This amount will be returned to the customer after 3 years. If you want to buy a phone bulk then you can register in the business category. After booking, Geo phone delivery will start from the week before September.

Pricing can be done by paying 500 rupees. This amount will be adjusted completely refundable, one-time, security deposit at the time of delivery. Remaining Rs. 1,000 securities deposit will be payable at delivery time of the device. Geophone users can use geophone for 36 months and then return to GeoPhone to Rs. 1,500 securities deposit can be completely refunded.

Online booking can be done on Geo's website. This bookings will start for a few hours only if you believe in the media report. It will be easier to book online than online. The phone can also be booked from the myjio app. It will be updated from 12 o'clock on the night of August 23.

SMS can also be booked by SMS. For this, by typing jpeg in an SMS, typing the code of your area by giving a space. After that, give another space and type store code near the geo store near the area. Now let's send SMS to number 7021170211. Make your registration.

Click on Geo's website www.jio.com Go Find A Store here and search by entering your pin code, there will be a list of geo stores located on their zip code. From which call the store number of your nearest store and ask that store's code.

Voice calls on geophone are always free. Geo will provide unlimited data to customers on geophone. Geo will offer free voice and unlimited data at Rs 153 per month. GeoPhone is pre-loaded with messaging, entertainment, geo apps, especially for Geo TV. Geo TV has 400 live TV channels as well as geomusic and geosynmic support, which will give you the latest entertainment in various regional languages. The GeoPhone will also include the most popular instant messaging and social networking apps, the users will enjoy it.


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Today's all educational news date 24/08/2017

Following her visit to a government girls’ higher secondary school in suburban Bahour, Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi on Wednesday made a quick assessment of the quality of education being imparted at the Thiruvalluvar Government Girls’ Higher Secondary School in the city.

Among the Class XII students who expressed views was one who complained that she could not hear the teacher’s voice in commerce class and another who wanted to “change a teacher but the school wouldn’t do so.” Students also sought better toilets and facilities for indoor sports and games.

“The feedback from students revealed the big difference in education standards between the rural and urban schools,” Ms. Bedi said.

She assured the students that the Education Department will do the needful.

“Do you know you can be your own teachers by being self-learners? Form groups to learn and then test each other to improve,” she advised them.

Pointing to the possibility of some among the students being first generation learners in their family, the Lt. Governor conveyed to them that the onus was as much on them to work harder and prepare for multiple options. “Admissions are now by merit. So you need to work hard to qualify to join professions of your choice”, she said.

Summing up her experience, the Lt. Governor said that the visit was most helpful in getting a first hand feedback of students on the specific needs to take them to the next level of learning.

‘Make surprise visits’

Ms. Bedi has instructed the Directorate of Education to make surprise visits to schools on a daily basis to identify areas of improvement in the education system. “Visit one school daily and take feedback from students to identify gaps. Organise intensive teacher training programs based on the learning outcomes mandated by Government of India. Develop customised training packages for rural and urban schools for their upliftment,” she told L. Kumar, Director of School Education.

She asked him to partner with the Labour Department to provide after-school skills training to students and emphasised the need to start career counselling for students as early as Class IX “so that they did not experience frustration related to employability once they graduate from school.”

Ms. Bedi also took to Twitter to lament over the education system where “our examination system in school may pass them (students) from one class to the next, but sets them up for failure post school”.

Ms. Bedi added that she has written to all elected representatives to undertake visits to schools in their constituency and ensure that rural students are not put to unfair disadvantage.


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BlackBerry KEYone launched in India, see Specification and Price

BlackBerry has launched QWERTY-equipped Android Nuga 7 based smartphone in India. It is noteworthy that the company is calling this phone a limited edition smartphone, which will be available only in black color.
BlackBerry Queen has a 4.5-inch LCD display. The phone has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. However, assisted storage of micro SD card can be increased to 2TB. This phone has a 3505mAh battery, which gives 26 hours of talktime according to the company.
The phone has a 12-megapixel primary and 8-megapixel front camera. The physical keyboard of this phone is touch sensitive, which responds to the gestures. The phone also has a fingerprint sensor that is integrated with the keyboard's space bar. This phone runs on the latest Android, which also includes BlackBerry Keyboard, Blackberry Hub and BlackBerry DTEK. This phone also has BlackBerry security features. This phone has been priced at Rs 39990 and the Blairberry phone can be bought from Amazon only.
The company has partnered with American Express and Vodafone. If users with an American Express credit card buy a smartphone from Amazon and return the payment credit card, they will be given bonus points. Vodafone users will get 75GB of data free with 3 month validity.


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Modi government's biggest decision, now how much revenue will be the benefit of OBC reservation, details

New Delhi: The Center has made a big decision on the OBC reservation. The Central Government has increased the limit of Crimea's limit from 6 lakh to 8 lakh in OBC reservation. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said this.
Let me tell you that the last review for OBC reservation was done in 2013. Due to this decision of the government, most people of OBC category get reservation in jobs and recruitments.
With it, the Union Cabinet has decided to make an order to create a sub category under OBC so that the decision of reservation can be met by the need. The commission will get the report within 12 weeks of being formed.
The Finance Minister said, on this issue, in the year 2011, the National Backward Classes Class Commission recommended that such a sub category be made. The same recommendation was made by the Parliamentary Standing Committee also in the year 2012-13. It was accepted after discussions in the ministerial conference. The recommendation has been sent to the President to make an order in the OBC list to create sub category.


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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Today's all educational news date 23/08/2017




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TET-2 Exam 2017 Language Question Paper And Solution

Gujarat State Examination Board Has Published Notification For Teacher Eligibility Test-2 Exam 2017. A large numbers of candidates have applied for this TET-2 Exam. This Is the Big Opportunity for the Candidates who want Teacher JOB in Upper Primary Schools in Gujarat State. Gujarat State Conducts Teacher Eligibility Test -2 For the candidates who are interested In Teacher JOB. This is a most awaited and Prestigious JOB In Gujarat.


A mutual fund's portfolio is structured and maintained to match the investment.No matter what type of investor you are, there is bound to be a mutual fund that fits your taste.


It's important to understand that each mutual fund has different risk and reward profiles. In general, the higher the potential return, the higher the risk of potential loss. 


Although some funds are less risky than others, all funds have some level of risk – it's never possible to diversify away all risk – even with so-called money market funds. This is a fact for all investments. 


Each mutual fund has a predetermined investment objective that tailors the fund's assets, regions of investments and investment strategies.At the most basic level, 


there are three flavors of mutual funds: those that invest in stocks (equity funds), those that invest in bonds (fixed-income funds), those that invest in both stocks and bonds (balanced funds), and those that seek the risk-free rate (money market funds). 


Most mutual funds are variations on the theme of these three asset classes.Let's go over some of the many different flavors of funds. We'll start with the safest and then work through to the more risky.


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You will be amazed to hear such strange names from the villages of India

Some places in our country are named Ajiborib, which will also make you happy. You might be wondering why this place's name is scary. So let's know this 8 space name. Which is somewhere in the name of animals, somewhere pictorial
Look at this buffalo
The Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh is a fame for the pada, but there is a village in Mathura district, which is named Bhishna. If you are reading that the accused of the kidnapping of a feticide is caught, then you will become laughable.



Kala goats
The name of a village in Jalandhar, Punjab is Kala Bakra.

So this village is like a common village, but its strange name makes it special.


Madhya Pradesh
A small village in Madhya Pradesh's Baitul district is famous because of its name. When people from this village would tell their friends that they came from the mud, they would become a center of junk.



Kuttala of Karnataka is made up of natural beauty
Kutta is a small village of Kurg district in the state of Karnataka. Travelers traveling to see the beautiful scenery of Karnataka all over the world never forget to see the natural beauty of Kutta.



There are no trains, trains are there
Vedic word means flood in Hindi. The railway station named after Patna is named after it. When this station comes, people inevitably say that our train stayed on the stairs.



This is the punei of UP
We all keep on trying, that we should stay away from adolescence. But people of a village in Uttar Pradesh's Chitrakoot district can not even do this. The name of this village is paanuti.



This alcohol will not drink
Whether you have the pleasure of drinking alcohol or not. But by going to this village you can say that he went to alcohol. The name of a village in Jharkhand state is liquor.



Tattinas
You will spoil your face by hearing this name. This is not a place for you, you are thinking. Tatti Khan is a village in the Rangareddy district of the state of Telangana. People here also keep clean.


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Such a good news for SBI account holders, loans to be cheaper;

Customers are getting better know-how for loans. The country's largest State Bank of India has reduced processing fees of all types by 100%. Following that, taking a loan from SBI will be much cheaper.
According to the statement from the bank, 100 percent of the car loan and 50 percent of the basic gold loan processing fees have been eliminated.
The country's largest bank has said that on December 31, 2017, 100% of the processing fee charged on the car loan has been waived. Apart from this, on 31 October 2017, 50% of the processing fee charged on the personal gold loan was also granted.
Benefits on Personal Loans
Apart from car and personal gold loan, on 30 September 2017, SBI is also offering relief to its customers on processing fees. While taking personal loan, customers will be allowed 50% processing fee while availing loan by express credit. It is worth mentioning here that Express Credit is an option for SBI to provide personal loans to customers soon.
If you want to buy a car in the festival season or if you are thinking of getting a gold loan or personal loan for other expenses, definitely the news of cheap loan from SBI is good for you.
For information, the different processing fees for different banks are different. In many cases this fee is dependent on case-to-case. Processing fee includes stamp duty, certification charge, file charge etc.


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Monday, 21 August 2017

Today's all news and job education News date : 22/08/2017

Over two decades ago, getting an engineering seat in Tamil Nadu was like playing musical chairs. If you had the marks, you could run, but you had to be closest to the seat when the music stopped. The situation has changed over the last few years with the colleges now doing all the running around and there being more chairs than students.

In recent years, thousands of undergraduate engineering seats have been vacant after counselling, even in the more attractive branches such as Computer Science, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics, and Civil Engineering.


This year, major branches accounted for 1,47,744 government quota seats offered through single-window counselling. But, of these, only 46% (68,735) seats were filled in the just concluded Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA 2017) counselling conducted by Anna University. On top of it, when the MBBS/BDS counselling begins, a few hundred applicants, who have been allotted seats in engineering colleges, could drop out.

This year, there were also reports that many colleges could interest fewer than 10 students during counselling. “We have to collect the data on admissions made through the single-window counselling, as well as admissions made by self-financing managements. Only then will it be appropriate to identify single-digit admissions,” said an official at the Directorate of Technical Education.

A revival in Information Technology as a subject seems to be a good news of sorts. In the last two years, more students have taken IT than they did between 2012 and 2015. Colleges began adding more IT seats in 2012 and the trend continued in 2013. But finding fewer takers, colleges began to keep away from the branch in the subsequent years.


Interest in Civil Engineering, whose graduates could be in demand in the construction industry, has also been falling steadily in the last five years. In 2012, there were 19,097 seats, of which 14,707 were taken. This year though, against the 25,257 seats available, only 8,199 students have chosen the branch.
A similar situation prevails in Mechanical Engineering — known to be a recession-proof, all-weather choice. It is one of the branches of engineering which, traditionally, students have felt would remain in favour in the industry. Students have maintained that no industry can do without machines and hence, they would never be without jobs. Yet, even in this branch, seats have gone abegging. With placements taking a downturn, most experts feel it may be time to shut down non-performing engineering colleges so students’ future could be secured. The better performing ones may be served by a revamp of not just the syllabus, which has been instituted, but also of the quality of teaching, as well as the overall academic environment, they say.


Teaching quality
S. Kuppuswami, principal of Kongu Engineering College, says: “You should look at the counselling process holistically. When there are many colleges, the clincher is the quality of teachers.” Recalling his stint at the All India Council for Technical Education, the MHRD and the University Grants Commission, Mr. Kuppuswami says the advice offered 10 years ago to the State government to not allow private players to start too many engineering colleges went unheeded with the result that the State is now burdened with too many colleges of uneven standards.

He maintains that the number of students genuinely interested in the subject has remained more or less constant. This is borne out by how the top 100 colleges manage to fill seats without difficulty, Mr. Kuppuswamy says. “We have filled all the seats in Civil Engineering but there are still students who want to join our college,” he says, adding, “It is the availability of a good environment for students that brings them to good colleges.” Teachers in colleges that continue to be in demand say they have managed to fill seats in the core branches through the years. It is not buildings or infrastructure but faculty that make the difference, they add. The huge vacancies are generally only in self-financing colleges which do not have sufficient faculty or poorly qualified ones, they point out. There is a checklist for affiliation and colleges are expected to abide by them, say officials who go for inspection. Despite these measures, there could be faculty movement, especially when colleges do not pay their staff, says a professor, who has been in the university’s inspection teams in western districts. There is no way to check this exodus as it happens even during the academic year.


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Important News for Mobile Owners: Notice to More 9 Companies, Learn More

Government has sent notices to 9 other smartphone makers to check the security standards of the smartphone maker. The government has asked these companies to provide detailed information on security standards. The nine companies include Motorola, Asus, Honor, Vanplus, Coolpad, Inox, Blue, Oppo and Nubia. Earlier, the government sent notices to 21 smartphone maker companies, which included most Chinese companies.

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has taken this step to safeguard the cyberspace and digital framework in the country. With this, the government wants to strengthen the country's digital infrastructure. According to an official in the ministry, "Whatever phones are manufactured and sold in India, they have to give full details of the safety standards. An official said that so far the notice has been sent to 30 companies. "
This move of the government is to safeguard the information of the users, has been raised to ensure that. Because some companies are suspected of stealing information. It is also said that this information can also be sold to other companies. The companies which have sent notices to the government include the Chinese mobile maker Viva, Oppo, Chaomi and Geo. Let us tell you that information can be stolen in 4 ways.
Message:
Information about most of the users is found through the WhatsApp page. The hackers can also use these information incorrectly. So that users' privacy could be damaged.
Location:
Some users always stay in the phone. If you get information about your location of the users, then you can also get kindergarten like kidnapping.
Contact list:
The data are sold to telecommunications or ad companies in the phone's context list so that users may also face blackmailing.
Photo:
There are some private photos in the phone of the user, if these photos come at the hands of hackers, they can misuse and blackmail them too.


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Phonepe Has These Great Cashback Offers On Jio Recharge

A cash back service is also offered to you by some companies on the recharge. You will find a lot of apps that offer services or offers cash back on the mobile phone recharge. 

The promo code is used on the specified app to get cash back. This is why customers are given a cashback offer on the recharge of Jio on the platform called Phonepe.

Cashback of Rs. 75 is being given to recharge through Flipkart's PhonePe. Customers will have to recharge at least Rs 300 for Jio Recharge cash back offer on PhonePe. 

This offer is for prepaid users only. The deadline for Jio's cash back offer is between August 14 and August 21. This benefit will be available on the recharge of only one account holder. The amount of cashback will be added to your PhonePay account within 24 hours,

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Today's all educational news date 22/08/2017

Nguyen Van Duc graduated two years ago with a bachelor’s degree in economics from one of Vietnam’s best universities. Today, he earns about $250 a month as a motorbike taxi driver in Hanoi. Duc, whose parents took second jobs so he could be the only one of three children to attend college, is among thousands of Vietnamese college graduates who can’t land jobs in their chosen field, even though the nation’s unemployment rate is just 2.3 per cent.


“In university, we only received heavy theoretical training and a lot of Ho Chi Minh’s ideology with communist party history,” the 25-year-old said.


While Vietnam’s schools equip students with basic skills for low-wage assembly-line work, its colleges and universities are failing to prepare youth for complex work. As wages rise and basic manufacturing leaves for less expensive countries, that may threaten the government’s ambition to attain middle-income status, defined by the World Bank as per capita income of more than $4,000, or almost twice the current rate.


“Countries that have been successful moving up to the next economic stage already had developed country levels of education when they were middle-income economies,” said Scott Rozelle, a Stanford University development economist. “Countries that didn’t have that collapsed or became stuck in the middle-income trap.”


Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan developed high-quality colleges long before their economies needed a more educated workforce, he said. Conversely, economies such as Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico slowed after reaching middle-income status — in part because of insufficient investments in education, Rozelle said.


College students frequently spend much of their first two years learning about revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh, socialism and party history at the expense of critical thinking and other skills expected by employers. The upshot: firms are reluctant to pay more for workers with degrees that often lack commensurate skills, says the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The jobless rate among young people with university degrees is 17 per cent.


“You have private and foreign companies arriving that want better-skilled workers, quality managers, and engineers,” said Nguyen Xuan Thanh, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in Ho Chi Minh City. “The middle class is expanding. Vietnam families want better education. So the pressure is on the political system to deliver.”


More parents are now sending their children overseas to study to improve their work prospects. The number of Vietnamese studying in Japan, grew more than 12-fold in the six years to May 2016, reaching about 54,000.


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The Hindu education fair tomorrow

The Hindu in association with IDP Education India Pvt. Ltd. is organising an education fair with five representatives of Canadian institutions at IDP’s office the city on August 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The event is aimed at providing one-on-one interaction of students with the university representatives, profile assessment of students for admission with scholarships and on-the-spot application submission for 2018 intakes of US universities.

In the first half of the day, a two-hour workshop on ‘Career guidance and educational opportunities in Canada’ will be held at Raghu Engineering College, Vizianagaram, addressed by managers of IDP and representatives of Canadian institution.


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Launching Android O Today, many devices will be accessed without internet, know other features

New Delhi: Google will launch Android O, today, on August 21, the new version of Android. The official name of this software, launched in New York, has not yet been announced. It is said that it may be named as Orrio or Octopus. This software has been shared with the photos of Orrio, because of the tweet of Tipper Evan Blass.
Some features of this software have already been conformed, including cool battery life, safety tools and features such as picture and picture mode. The new version features a back ground limit. It is said that the new version has given more emoji than iOS. Users can also access third party calling apps in them. Considering the connectivity, the new Wi-Fi aviation feature has been provided. Many devices can be connected via Wi-Fi through one or the other without internet.
Notification can be channelized to the newest android's best feature. That is, every notification can be kept in its separate category. This does not appear in the notification bulk on the user's screen. Google will broadcast this new Endroynd Live. You can see live by going to android.com.


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Your SBI ATM Card can be a block, know what's the reason

State Bank of India (SBI) account holders are being contacted by the bank, which has said that they have permanently blocked their debit card (ATM). The reason for blocking the ATM card is that the bank has decided to replace Magistrive (debit) debit cards with EVM Chip debit cards from security reasons.
SBI will issue EVM Chip Debit Card without charge
The bank has said in its website that the Bank has decided to permanently block the Magistrate Debit Card to comply with the RBI guidelines and for the security guideline. To change their ATM card, the account holders will have to go to the bank or apply via internet banking (www.onlinesbi.com). SBI will issue a no-charge EVM Chip debit card without.
Last year, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) asked banks to shift from EVM Chip and PIN based models of Magnetic Strip-based ATMs, so that the security of the cards could be ensured by cloning, skimming. Also, customers can be saved from other types of fraud. RBI was directed to all banks, including the white label ATM operators, that they would be shipped from the card based ATM till September 30, 2017.
EVM Chip Technology is currently the global standard for debit card payments. This technology has to follow the standard developed by Europe, MasterCard and Visa. This is a much more secure technology than Magestridge cards. Chip based cards have a maximum level of security.


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Sunday, 20 August 2017

Here's how you can witness The Great American Eclipse on August 21 from India

The August 21 solar eclipse has created lot of buzz and excitement among people. On Monday, United States is going to witness a rare phenomenon of total solar eclipse after a gap of 99 years. Last such celestial event was recorded in 1979 in US but was visible only from Pacifc northwest. However, eclipse like this happened in 1918 when total solar eclipse covered almost entire country. This time, the eclipse will pass through 14 states and people in US are gearing up to witness the astronomical phenonmenon. Though not directly but here's how you can watch the August 21 eclipse.

NASA is all set to live stream the eclipse beginning at 1 pm that will also include pictures from satellites, special telescopes, high-altitude balloons and research aircraft. CNN will also do two hours of live streaming and reporting from various parts of United States. One step ahead, The Weather Channel will begin its coverage from early morning at 6 am which will continue throughout the entire day. Science Channel will have live coverage from Oregon and Madras for four hours including commentary from experts.

 

The eclipse will complete its journey across the US in a time span of four hours and four minutes. It will give scientists a great opportunity to study corona, the outer realm of the sun. It is interesting to know that such kind of eclipse happen every 12 to 18 months in the world mostly over ocean as maximum part of earth is covered by water. Hence, not visible to human beings. 


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Easy to adopt easy to practice practice tips

Many parents have a problem that their child is dying, despite having a good study, whether its results are getting weak or if they suddenly get away from studying and even more playable.
In such a situation, you can make effective changes in the study of children by adopting some effective tips. If you have a child studying where you are studying or a different study room, then pay a little attention to it as well.
The study room is suitable in East, North and North. These directions are believed to be Swami Indra, Chandra, Shankar and Kubera. Knowledge and riches are gained by the grace of God. So if the study room is north-west and east or west, then it is also appropriate.
Keep the children's study table in such a way that the children's faces should be east, north, or northeast while studying. If the child does not have a separate curriculum, his / her face should remain in these directions when a child is in a study room. Students should not sit in bed or sit in bed while studying or spreading books.
Clock should be placed in the students' room in the north. A picture showing a water in the north or a blue color should be applied.
Keep bookshelf in North, East or Northeast.
If you have a computer, keep it in the south east.
Better if the classroom of the study room is in the upper east of the room.
Keep the table lamp in the southeast.
The room can be kept in color green, light green, blue, cream or white.
In the studio, you should keep a photo of Ganesha and Saraswati Devi.
The study room should be kept quite clean. When you sit to study, keep the steel or silver bowl filled with water. Doing so will increase concentration and also get success.


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Today's all educational news date 21/08/2017

About a third of the public money raised by the government for investments cannot be voted upon by Parliament.
 
Last week, the Cabinet added a little more to that purse — the secondary and higher education fund, known as the Madhyamik and Uchchtar Shiksha Kosh (MUSK).
 
It makes good government expenditure a bit more opaque without necessarily making the quality of spending better. It is also against its instinct when raising revenue to finance some of these schemes.
 
At the same meeting, the Cabinet approved a transparent means to raise Rs 9,020 crore to finance key irrigation projects in 2017-18 under the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana.
 
Both decisions sit well with the changes happening in the Budget, with more emphasis on expenditure management, while revenue raising becomes more predictable.
 
There were already seven schemes that the government shields from Parliament scrutiny by placing these outside the Consolidated Fund of India, as government Budget papers show. MUSK will be the eighth on the list.
 
Article 266(2) of the Constitution allows the government to provide this cover. At one time, this cover, known as Public Accounts, was mostly meant to house small savings schemes such as the Public Provident Fund and postal savings schemes where the government basically acts like a banker. So the shield from Parliament voting to, say reduce rates, was necessary to ensure people had the confidence to invest in those funds.
 
In recent years, this cover has expanded massively to include mega schemes such as the Central Road Fund, Clean Energy Fund, Rashtriya Swachhata Kosh, and Krishi Kalyan Fund.
 
In the previous financial year, the aggregate money that travelled through these funds was Rs 1,19,334 crore — a big sum when compared with the Rs 3,75,402.83 crore the government allocated for all of its other major expenditure schemes, excluding defence capital expenditure and subsidies. This financial year, the Budget estimate for the seven sequestered schemes was much lower. But that is sure to be breached later when the actual demands surface.
 
The finance ministry had in 2010 advised against making MUSK a part of Public Accounts. The department of secondary and higher education had argued that the sequestering was needed to ensure that the 1 per cent cess levied on all taxes was channelled only into spending for secondary education. But the finance ministry had pointed out that aggregate spending on the sector was already more than what the cess could raise. Plus, a Parliamentary oversight would plainly help. This was overruled by the Cabinet last week.
 
This will ensure that the finance ministry will have a little monitoring role in the spending on MUSK from now. The human resource development ministry can also add more areas to what it feels would qualify as secondary or as higher education.
 
At the same time, the government has made transparent the rationale for Nabard to borrow Rs 9,020 crore from the markets to finance projects under the Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme. It is a mega programme expected to irrigate 7.6 million hectares of agricultural land. The states will borrow at 6 per cent from Nabard to finance the projects. To make it possible for Nabard to service the loans, the Centre will provide interest-free funds. It is a large commitment, almost triple the size committed in the previous financial year. But the operational details are minute. The expenditure projects could do with more of the same.


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