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Education Department, Government of Gujarat by its GR dated 31-3-2010 (Annex-A)

constituted a Committee to re draft the Gujarat ( Bombay )Primary Education Act, 1947 and Gujarat

Compulsory Primary Education Act, 1961 in the context of, and in consonance with The Right of

Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RtE Act) enacted by Government of India. The

GR also mandated the Committee to draft rules and suggest procedure to give effect to provisions of

admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in the RtE Act.

The Committee co-opted a few members and held several meetings. It constituted three sub

groups to work on


(i) admission of disadvantaged children to unaided schools

(ii) recognition of unaided schools

(iii) Gujarat (Bombay ) Primary Education Rules 1949

The Committee held meetings with teachers, school managements and association

representatives in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot and greatly benefited from their views.

The Committee submitted draft of Gujarat Elementary Education Act to State Government in

August 2010. As requested by the Education Department, the Committee submitted draft rules on the

admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in July 2010. Draft of revised

Gujarat Elementary Education Rules was submitted in January 2011.

The Committee examined many complex and controversial issues associated with RtE Act. The

thinking of the Committee on some of these issues is summarized in the following paragraphs as this

will explain the reasons for some of its recommendations:


The RtE Act increases Government control in elementary education and this could result in administrative malpractices. The Committee felt that there should be adequate checks and balances to reduce the opportunities for misuse of authority, particularly in the context of requirement of all unaided schools to obtain recognition. The Committee has recommended that all applications for recognition should be examined not by Education Department but by committees consisting of retired teachers andGovernment officials, and educationists; and grant of recognition or otherwise should be based on the report of these independent committees.

6 The Committee has also recommended that the existing practice of annual inspections by Education Inspectors should discontinue as it no longer serves any useful purpose. The Committee has recommended that academic committees consisting of educationists should be given responsibility of academic supervision and guidance of elementary schools. The Committee has also recommended thatreputed schools and other education institutions should also be associated in academic supervision.


Primary school inspector duties

Every elementary school should have the benefit of such supervision at least twice a year and the report of such supervision should be forwarded to CRCs and DIETS for providing suitable training and other academic assistance to teachers.


7 The RtE Act puts enormous responsibility on local bodies for successful implementation of free and compulsory elementary education to all children within their jurisdiction. While District and Taluks Panchayats, and Municipal Corporations in Gujarat are well equipped for this, most of the municipalities are not. The Committee was informed that out of 165 Municipalities and Municipal Corporations only


19 are providing elementary education and such municipalities, are called ‘authorized municipalities’. The remaining 146 have resolved that they are not in a position to take this responsibility and the State Government has therefore entrusted this responsibility to the concerned District Panchayat. The Committee was informed that the main reason for the refusal of unauthorized municipalities to manage elementary education was that State Government provided only 95% of expenditure and the remaining5% was to be borne by the local body. Since these municipalities did not have financial resources, they opted not to provide this service. The Committee was firmly of the
this responsibility and recommended that as in the case of District Panchayats, State Government should fully reimburse to ULBs the expenditure on elementary education. The Committee has also recommended that even though the financial position of Municipal Corporations is stronger, this is nottheir core function and they should also be provided full grants and not 85% as per the present practice.


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Education Department, Government of Gujarat by its GR dated 31-3-2010 (Annex-A)

constituted a Committee to re draft the Gujarat ( Bombay )Primary Education Act, 1947 and Gujarat

Compulsory Primary Education Act, 1961 in the context of, and in consonance with The Right of

Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RtE Act) enacted by Government of India. The

GR also mandated the Committee to draft rules and suggest procedure to give effect to provisions of

admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in the RtE Act.

The Committee co-opted a few members and held several meetings. It constituted three sub

groups to work on


(i) admission of disadvantaged children to unaided schools

(ii) recognition of unaided schools

(iii) Gujarat (Bombay ) Primary Education Rules 1949

The Committee held meetings with teachers, school managements and association

representatives in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot and greatly benefited from their views.

The Committee submitted draft of Gujarat Elementary Education Act to State Government in

August 2010. As requested by the Education Department, the Committee submitted draft rules on the

admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in July 2010. Draft of revised

Gujarat Elementary Education Rules was submitted in January 2011.

The Committee examined many complex and controversial issues associated with RtE Act. The

thinking of the Committee on some of these issues is summarized in the following paragraphs as this

will explain the reasons for some of its recommendations:


The RtE Act increases Government control in elementary education and this could result in administrative malpractices. The Committee felt that there should be adequate checks and balances to reduce the opportunities for misuse of authority, particularly in the context of requirement of all unaided schools to obtain recognition. The Committee has recommended that all applications for recognition should be examined not by Education Department but by committees consisting of retired teachers andGovernment officials, and educationists; and grant of recognition or otherwise should be based on the report of these independent committees.

6 The Committee has also recommended that the existing practice of annual inspections by Education Inspectors should discontinue as it no longer serves any useful purpose. The Committee has recommended that academic committees consisting of educationists should be given responsibility of academic supervision and guidance of elementary schools. The Committee has also recommended thatreputed schools and other education institutions should also be associated in academic supervision.


Primary school inspector duties

Every elementary school should have the benefit of such supervision at least twice a year and the report of such supervision should be forwarded to CRCs and DIETS for providing suitable training and other academic assistance to teachers.


7 The RtE Act puts enormous responsibility on local bodies for successful implementation of free and compulsory elementary education to all children within their jurisdiction. While District and Taluks Panchayats, and Municipal Corporations in Gujarat are well equipped for this, most of the municipalities are not. The Committee was informed that out of 165 Municipalities and Municipal Corporations only


19 are providing elementary education and such municipalities, are called ‘authorized municipalities’. The remaining 146 have resolved that they are not in a position to take this responsibility and the State Government has therefore entrusted this responsibility to the concerned District Panchayat. The Committee was informed that the main reason for the refusal of unauthorized municipalities to manage elementary education was that State Government provided only 95% of expenditure and the remaining5% was to be borne by the local body. Since these municipalities did not have financial resources, they opted not to provide this service. The Committee was firmly of the ew that ULBs cannot avoid this responsibility and recommended that as in the case of District Panchayats, State Government should fully reimburse to ULBs the expenditure on elementary education. The Committee has also recommended that even though the financial position of Municipal Corporations is stronger, this is nottheir core function and they should also be provided full grants and not 85% as per the present practice.


The Committee was of the view that primary education is not covered under 74th Amendment and that local bodies discharge this responsibility as an agent of State Government and are therefore entitled to full reimbursement of expenditure.

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Education Department, Government of Gujarat by its GR dated 31-3-2010 (Annex-A)
constituted a Committee to re draft the Gujarat ( Bombay )Primary Education Act, 1947 and Gujarat
Compulsory Primary Education Act, 1961 in the context of, and in consonance with The Right of
Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RtE Act) enacted by Government of India. The
GR also mandated the Committee to draft rules and suggest procedure to give effect to provisions of
admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in the RtE Act.
The Committee co-opted a few members and held several meetings. It constituted three sub
groups to work on

(i) admission of disadvantaged children to unaided schools
(ii) recognition of unaided schools
(iii) Gujarat (Bombay ) Primary Education Rules 1949
The Committee held meetings with teachers, school managements and association
representatives in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot and greatly benefited from their views.
The Committee submitted draft of Gujarat Elementary Education Act to State Government in
August 2010. As requested by the Education Department, the Committee submitted draft rules on the
admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in July 2010. Draft of revised
Gujarat Elementary Education Rules was submitted in January 2011.
The Committee examined many complex and controversial issues associated with RtE Act. The
thinking of the Committee on some of these issues is summarized in the following paragraphs as this
will explain the reasons for some of its recommendations:

The RtE Act increases Government control in elementary education and this could result in administrative malpractices. The Committee felt that there should be adequate checks and balances to reduce the opportunities for misuse of authority, particularly in the context of requirement of all unaided schools to obtain recognition. The Committee has recommended that all applications for recognition should be examined not by Education Department but by committees consisting of retired teachers andGovernment officials, and educationists; and grant of recognition or otherwise should be based on the report of these independent committees.
6 The Committee has also recommended that the existing practice of annual inspections by Education Inspectors should discontinue as it no longer serves any useful purpose. The Committee has recommended that academic committees consisting of educationists should be given responsibility of academic supervision and guidance of elementary schools. The Committee has also recommended thatreputed schools and other education institutions should also be associated in academic supervision.

Primary school inspector duties
Every elementary school should have the benefit of such supervision at least twice a year and the report of such supervision should be forwarded to CRCs and DIETS for providing suitable training and other academic assistance to teachers.

7 The RtE Act puts enormous responsibility on local bodies for successful implementation of free and compulsory elementary education to all children within their jurisdiction. While District and Taluks Panchayats, and Municipal Corporations in Gujarat are well equipped for this, most of the municipalities are not. The Committee was informed that out of 165 Municipalities and Municipal Corporations only


19 are providing elementary education and such municipalities, are called ‘authorized municipalities’. The remaining 146 have resolved that they are not in a position to take this responsibility and the State Government has therefore entrusted this responsibility to the concerned District Panchayat. The Committee was informed that the main reason for the refusal of unauthorized municipalities to manage elementary education was that State Government provided only 95% of expenditure and the remaining5% was to be borne by the local body. Since these municipalities did not have financial resources, they opted not to provide this service. The Committee was firmly of the view that ULBs cannot avoid ew that ULBs cannot avoid this responsibility and recommended that as in the case of District Panchayats, State Government should fully reimburse to ULBs the expenditure on elementary education. The Committee has also recommended that even though the financial position of Municipal Corporations is stronger, this is nottheir core function and they should also be provided full grants and not 85% as per the present practice.


The Committee was of the view that primary education is not covered under 74th Amendment and that local bodies discharge this responsibility as an agent of State Government and are therefore entitled to full reimbursement of expenditure.

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Education Department, Government of Gujarat by its GR dated 31-3-2010 (Annex-A)

constituted a Committee to re draft the Gujarat ( Bombay )Primary Education Act, 1947 and Gujarat

Compulsory Primary Education Act, 1961 in the context of, and in consonance with The Right of

Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 (RtE Act) enacted by Government of India. The

GR also mandated the Committee to draft rules and suggest procedure to give effect to provisions of

admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in the RtE Act.

The Committee co-opted a few members and held several meetings. It constituted three sub

groups to work on


(i) admission of disadvantaged children to unaided schools

(ii) recognition of unaided schools

(iii) Gujarat (Bombay ) Primary Education Rules 1949

The Committee held meetings with teachers, school managements and association

representatives in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot and greatly benefited from their views.

The Committee submitted draft of Gujarat Elementary Education Act to State Government in

August 2010. As requested by the Education Department, the Committee submitted draft rules on the

admission of disadvantaged children and recognition of unaided schools in July 2010. Draft of revised

Gujarat Elementary Education Rules was submitted in January 2011.

The Committee examined many complex and controversial issues associated with RtE Act. The

thinking of the Committee on some of these issues is summarized in the following paragraphs as this

will explain the reasons for some of its recommendations:


The RtE Act increases Government control in elementary education and this could result in administrative malpractices. The Committee felt that there should be adequate checks and balances to reduce the opportunities for misuse of authority, particularly in the context of requirement of all unaided schools to obtain recognition. The Committee has recommended that all applications for recognition should be examined not by Education Department but by committees consisting of retired teachers andGovernment officials, and educationists; and grant of recognition or otherwise should be based on the report of these independent committees.

6 The Committee has also recommended that the existing practice of annual inspections by Education Inspectors should discontinue as it no longer serves any useful purpose. The Committee has recommended that academic committees consisting of educationists should be given responsibility of academic supervision and guidance of elementary schools. The Committee has also recommended thatreputed schools and other education institutions should also be associated in academic supervision.


Primary school inspector duties

Every elementary school should have the benefit of such supervision at least twice a year and the report of such supervision should be forwarded to CRCs and DIETS for providing suitable training and other academic assistance to teachers.


7 The RtE Act puts enormous responsibility on local bodies for successful implementation of free and compulsory elementary education to all children within their jurisdiction. While District and Taluks Panchayats, and Municipal Corporations in Gujarat are well equipped for this, most of the municipalities are not. The Committee was informed that out of 165 Municipalities and Municipal Corporations only


19 are providing elementary education and such municipalities, are called ‘authorized municipalities’. The remaining 146 have resolved that they are not in a position to take this responsibility and the State Government has therefore entrusted this responsibility to the concerned District Panchayat. The Committee was informed that the main reason for the refusal of unauthorized municipalities to manage elementary education was that State Government provided only 95% of expenditure and the remaining5% was to be borne by the local body. Since these municipalities did not have financial resources, they opted not to provide this service.
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          Head administrator Narendra Modi on Saturday landed in India subsequent to closing his three-day visit to Japan where he went to the G20 Summit and met with the world chiefs including United States President Donald Trump. 
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On Saturday, the PM welcomed the G20 nations to join a worldwide alliance on fiasco flexibility, saying fiascos require speedy and compelling medicinal measures as they perpetually influence the poor the most. www.ehubinfo.com
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             Modi, who was in Osaka, Japan for the two-day G20 Summit, laid exceptional accentuation on structure a calamity strong future.
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               "Debacle versatile foundation is required for advancement, yet it is additionally important to battle regular cataclysms. In such manner I worried upon the need of a universal alliance in the G-20 gathering of Buenos Aires," he said at the G20 session on Quality Infrastructure Investment and Development Cooperation. 
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       He welcomed the G20 nations to join the International Coalition on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure.
           "I welcome the G-20 nations to join this alliance and offer their experience and aptitude," the PM said. 

          Calamities, normal or artificial, require snappy and powerful medicinal measures. They perpetually influence the poor the most. At the #G20 Summit, welcomed different countries to join the International Coalition on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure. Give us a chance to move in for a more secure planet,' Modi said on Twitter. 
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             'PM @narendramodi laying extraordinary accentuation on structure a catastrophe flexible future, welcomes G20 nations to join the International Coalition on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure,' Ministry of External Affairs representative Raveesh Kumar said in a tweet.
     
            During his stay in Osaka, Modi partook in a progression of summit sessions, two-sided and multilateral gatherings.
This was Prime Minister Modi's 6th G20 Summit which was hung on June 28-29.
             
             He touched base in Osaka on Thursday and met his Japanese partner Shinzo Abe and held wide going chats on the worldwide economy, issues of outlaw monetary wrongdoers and calamity the board and reported that the Indian President will take part in the royal celebration function of Emperor Naruhito in October. 
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              On Friday, Modi held reciprocal and pluri-parallel gatherings with numerous pioneers, including US President Donald Trump, Russian president Vladimir Putin and China's Xi Jinping.
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               Modi met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and held chats on a large group of key issues including exchange and venture, guard and counter-psychological warfare. 
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              As indicated by Ministry of External Affairs representative Raveesh Kumar, the two heads' discourses centered around exchange and venture, resistance, counter-fear based oppression, IT and common avionics.
              During his gathering with Indonesian President Joko Widodo, the two nations set an eager $ 50 billion focus for respective exchange by 2025.
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29 June 2019

SBI PO EXAM RESULTS DECLARED

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Political parties require financial back up to cover the cost of advertisements and other miscellaneous expenditures incurred by their parties during elections. The Election commission has laid a cap on expenditure by individual candidates during elections. A candidate is allowed to spend upto Rs 70 lakh in Lok sabha constituencies and Rs 28 lakh in state assemblies elections. However, the fixed cap laid by EC appears quite irrelevant when we consider that Rs 35000 crore was spent in 2014 Lok sabha elections, though the official estimate was just Rs 7000-8000 crore, which suggests the balance Rs 27000 crore was unaccounted money; this is nothing short of a mockery of democracy and a blot on fair and transparent elections. This huge inflow of unaccounted money into election reduces the electoral process to a mere show of strength of money and power.

Primary methods of funding of political parties include Individual funding, Funding by Trusts, Corporate funding, Foreign funding and public funding; donation by people during rallies, relief funds, sale of coupons and other miscellaneous fundings. What stands out in most of these methods is the unaccountability i.e who’s the donor, to whom the donor (individual political figure or party) is donating to, what’s the amount involve ;all these facts remain shrouded in secrecy making the whole process of electoral funding intransparent. That in turn leads to mistrust among the general masses about election process as a whole which is not an encouraging sign for the largest democracy in the world.Corporate houses, businessmen use corporate funding to flush the black money as donations to political parties. Besides, more the funding, the more the party becomes obligated to return favour if and when it comes to power which can only lead to gross misadministration. Every time before elections, whether State Assembly or General elections, lakhs and crores of unaccounted cash (which are used by political parties to buy votes, spend on luring voters) are recovered from several places.

ECI on its part has taken several steps to make the process of funding transparent, latest of which includes the “Electoral Bonds” launched last year where an individual or a group of people can buy bonds from designated branches of SBI and donate it to political parties which can encash those bonds in their designated accounts. This may be step forward in getting rid of black money as donations are mostly made in cash and also due to KYC process,bonds can be trailed. But more such steps are required in this direction like a specified bank account, donation only by digital means etc and finally bringing it all under the the ambit of RTI(Right to Information) which can prove to be the most effective tool in making the process of electoral funding in India transparent and fair.
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29 June 2019 .

● 29 June : National Statistics Day

● Theme 2019 : Sustainable Development Goals

● 29 June : International Day Of The Tropics

● Lok Sabha Passes The Jammu & Kashmir Reservation (Amendment) Bill , 2019

● Mohan Markam Appointed Head Of Chhattisgarh Congress

● Athens Has Been Confirmed As The Host City For The 2021 IOC Session

● India's 1st Vegan Conference Will Be Held In New Delhi From July 7 To 8

● 7th Edition Of Kerala Health Tourism Will Be Held In Kochi From July 3 - 4

● Hyderabad To Host World Design Assembly (WDA) In October 2019

● 5 Hindi Writers Awarded With " Bararasi Prasad Bhojpuri " Award

● Russia To Host BRICS Summit In 2020 : Putin

● Australia & Indonesia Plot Joint Bid To Host 2034 FIFA World Cup

● 2nd Edition Of Invitational All India Blind Football Tournament Will Be Held In Bengaluru

● India’s Current Account Deficit At USD 4.6 Billion In Q4 Of 2018-19 : RBI

● India's Net Foreign Direct Investment At USD 6.4 Billion In Q4 Of 2018-19

● Wonder Cement Ltd. has Been Awarded Bhamashah Award 2019 By Govt Of Rajasthan

● IIT Kanpur Honours Pullela Gopichand With Honorary Doctorate

● Ram Vilas Paswan Elected Unopposed To Rajya Sabha From Bihar

● Padmashree Awardee Jharna Dhara Chowdhury Passed Away

● Lok Sabha Approves Extension Of President's Rule In J&K By 6 Months

● St Peters Youth Centre Open Hockey Tournament Held In Mumbai

● Central Railway Won Women's Tital At St Peters Youth Centre Open Hockey Tournament

● Union Bank Of India Won Men's Title At St Peters Youth Centre Open Hockey Tournament

● SAI Withdraws Controversial Order To Ban Parents , Coaches From Shooting Range

● Govt Cuts Interest Rate On Small Savings Schemes By 0.1%

● 24th European Union Film Festival 2019 Begins In New Delhi

● Cabinet Approved Bill To Fine People With Rs 10,000 For Blocking Ambulance

● Sebastian Coe Re-Elected As President Of International Association Of Athletics Federations (IAAF)

● ICC Cricket WC 2019 South Africa Beat Sri Lanka By 9 Wkts

● Odisha Finance Minister Niranjan Pujari Presented Budget For 2019-20

● General Adam Mohamed Was Appointed As Chief Of Ethiopian Army Forces

● Saudi Arabia Will Host The G20 Summit 2020 In Riyadh

● India's Foreign Exchange Reserve Touches Record High Of USD 426 Billion

● Pakistan To Unveil Maharaja Ranjit Singh's Statue On His 180th Death Anniversary In Lahore

● Chile Beat Colombia 5-4 To Reach Copa America Semifinal

● Argentina Beat Venezuela 2-0 To Reach Copa America Semifinal

● Pak PM Imran Khan Likely To Visit US Next Month

● Pakistan Parliament Passes Rs 7.022 Trillion Federal Budget For 2019-20

● Indian-Origin Priya Serrao Crowned Miss Universe Australia

● China Has Successfully Tested Its Latest Submarine " JL-3 "

● Airtel Shuts Down 3G Network In Kolkata , West Bengal

● Saudi Arabia Increases India's Haj Quota From 170,000 To 200,000

● 1.4 Million Indian Tourists Visited The United States In 2018 : Report

● BCCI Unveils New Jersey For Team India Against England Match

● Deepti Sharma Becomes 4th Indian To Play Kia Super League

● National Ranking Table Tennis Championships Held In Sonepat

● Manav Thakkar Won Men's Singles Tital At National Ranking Table Tennis Championships

● Prapti Sen Won Women's Singles Tital At National Ranking Table Tennis Championships

● US Beat France To Enter FIFA Women's World Cup Semifinal

● AC Milan Banned From 2019-20 Europa League

● Dimuth Karunaratne Became 1st Sri Lankan Batsman To Get Out For A Golden Duck In A WC

● India Team Beat Pakistan To Enter Semifinal Of Asian Team Snooker Championships

● Dutee Chand Has Pulled Out Of The Kosanov Memorial Tournament

● Tamil Nadu Govt Appointed K. Shanmugam As Chief Secretary

● Tamil Nadu Govt Appointed J.K. Tripathy As The Director General Of Police (DGP) .