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” said Inspector General Shashi Prabha Dwivedi, villagers are readying to put up betel vines on land the government had acquired two years ago. On Kumar’s remark that after separation a person vents anger, “What happened in ten years?” Prasad wondered and criticised Kumar for not honouring the protocol due to the Gujarat chief minister when he came to Bihar in 2010 Even as BJP and JD(U) washed their dirty linen in publicRJD President Lalu Prasad said people of the state would now take them to task “The JD(U) government may not go as it has mustered support of the four independent MLAs and the Congress MLAs (4) may bail it out during the trust vote tomorrowbut the beginning of the end of this government has well and truly begun” he told reporters Reports from the districts said the bandh triggered mixed response A report from Nalanda said the bandh supporters halted Rajgir-Dananpur train at Rajgir in the morning NH-32 was also blocked by the protestors In Kisanganj district which has a large Muslim populationBJP workersled by former MLA Sikander Singhjammed NH-31 A total of 21 persons were arrested from the district Markets were closed and thin vehicular traffic was witnessed in BhagalpurGayaMuzaffarpurSitamarhiMunger and Darbhanga In MuzaffarpurBJP MLA Suresh Sharma received minor injury following a clash between pro and anti-bandh supporters For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: November 23 2017 10:01 pm Sachin Tendulkar who is the face of the event said it’s his vision to see every Indian fit and healthy (Source: File) Related News Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar will flag off the second edition of the IDBI Federal Life Insurance Kolkata Marathon at Red Road on February 4 Tendulkar who is the face of the event said it’s his vision to see every Indian fit and healthy “I am looking forward to being back in Kolkata the energy and turnout witnessed last year was exhilarating I am hoping to see more participation from Kolkata this year Come on Kolkata” Tendulkar stated in a release The event will carry a prize purse of Rs 10 lakh Runners across the country can register online at http://s.wwwkolkatafullmarathoncom in four categories: full marathon half-marathon 10K and 5K Hope Run For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Janaki Nair | Published: April 1 2017 12:00 am In its shockingly mistaken interpretation of these guidelines JNU has taken a notification about supervision to mean admission and has slashed research student intake by 86 per cent Top News Something eerily similar to the now notorious “notebandi” is being planned in Jawaharlal Nehru University with the university administration’s decision to drastically curtail admissions to research degrees this year by 86 per cent This follows a July 2016 UGC regulation which has reduced the number of students that teachers can accept for supervision The notification which has led to consternation in many universities nationwide is yet to be debated and adopted through due academic process In May every year some 85000 young people take the entrance examination at 76 centres across the country to enter JNU for an undergraduate post-graduate or research degree Every year a little over 2100 students are admitted to 48 schools and centres across the university of which about 1800 are for post-graduate or higher degrees The story is similar in several other universities across India This large number of aspirants is neither because JNU has received the highest university accreditation from the NAAC — 391 on a 40 scale — in 2012 nor because it won the Visitor’s Award for the Best Central University earlier this year Most of those who apply (civil service aspirants apart) do so because universities like JNU are recognised both nationally and worldwide as research universities JNU for instance produces a creditable 600 PhDs per year Of the 5219 students who were pursuing their PhDs last year a good half (2661) were students belonging to the SC/ST/OBC categories In addition due to JNU’s uniquely derived and hard-won deprivation points a large number of students are from regions that count as backward or underdeveloped (the statistics are from the National Institutional Ranking Framework Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and JNU annual reports) This profile of the university is now set to change dramatically as the JNU administration shows unseemly haste in following and indeed exceeding the directives of the UGC (which supersedes its own regulation of 2009) In its shockingly mistaken interpretation of these guidelines JNU has taken a notification about supervision to mean admission and has slashed research student intake by 86 per cent As a result many centres and schools will see a zero admission of MPhil students this academic year Why do JNU centres and schools have a higher than the recently-mandated number of research students today In part this is because a number of centres such as the Centre for Law and Governance or the Centre for Community Health and Social Medicine are exclusively research centres with only MPhil and PhD programmes There will be no teaching in such centres perhaps for years to come This is nothing less than a planned waste of public resources Also following the 2006 reservation of seats for OBCs the existing faculty were required by law to shoulder the enhanced load of an extra 54 per cent students until all vacancies were filled The supervisor-student ratio therefore has inched up from 65 to 9 plus This was done willingly by teachers with no adverse impact on student satisfaction or output The JNU administration has overlooked the fact that a number of students will complete their degrees this July It does not recognise that there are centres where MPhil students do course work for a year requiring no supervisor Nowhere has the UGC mandated that additional procedures that have been developed over decades of thought discussion and struggle must be extinguished in one fell stroke This is what the JNU administration has done by removing deprivation points for MPhil and PhD degrees this year after agreeing to maintain them on February 11 For students from underprivileged backgrounds and regions and for women this means nothing less than a cruel end to the hope of a higher education Following serious critiques of and objections to the proportion of marks allotted to the viva voce of candidates on February 11 the administration agreed to change this criterion — the proportion of the viva voce marks was reduced from 30 per cent to 20 per cent But the new admission procedures passed without due discussion in the highest body of the university the academic council now introduce a three-stage process which makes the viva voce marks count for 100 per cent We might pause here to consider what the new UGC guidelines and especially JNU’s interpretation of them portend for the public university in India The academic “notebandi” which is being challenged by teachers and students will if carried forward snatch away “the gift of an interval” to adapt the words of the political theorist Michael Oakeshott The MPhil programme which now stands generally threatened is a crucial phase that equips students with little or no inherited cultural capital with the means to conduct research Reservations for Dalit and OBC students have changed the demography and texture of university campuses in India quite dramatically over the past decade They are pushing universities towards evolving a new pedagogy and more democratic and egalitarian academic practices We have not succeeded in addressing all the new challenges of the classroom and of supervision but the need for such change is felt more then ever before With the plans that are afoot the possible emergence of a new intelligentsia from among these aspirants with the potential to transform not only the future of our academic institutions but also our political imagination has now been curtailed No doubt there are many ways in which teachers can and must be brought to account and improvements made in research and supervision But the JNU administration’s determination to dismantle first and think later deals a blow to democracy and all institutions of higher learning For all of last year JNU was under sustained political attack which it survived The new administrative assault on the institution and the latest round of fire from the shoulders of the UGC is a continuation of that war by other means The writer teaches at the Centre for Historical Studies JNU For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sagar Shah | Updated: May 3 2014 11:29 pm Related News Around 17 kg of gold was allegedly pilfered from the vaults of one of the richest Hindu shrines in the country Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple In his report to the Supreme Court amicus curiae Gopal Subramaniam cited irregularities in the running of the temple A look at the temple’s treasure and that of other rich shrines across India Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple Kerala In 2011 the shrine became one of the richest temples in the country after an inventory assessment done by a team of observers following a Supreme Court directive found treasure worth Rs 100000 crore in its secret vaults The treasure included golden crowns 17 kg of gold coins and an 18-foot-long golden necklace weighing 25 kg This year an apex court-appointed amicus curiae while disclosing financial mismanagement by the temple administration said all the lockers were opened and “locker B appears to have been opened more than once” The SC then ordered former CAG Vinod Rai to supervise a special audit of the temple Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam Andhra Pradesh The most visited temple in the country this shrine has over 3000 kg of gold deposited in different banks and Rs 1000 crore in fixed deposits According to a survey the annual income of the temple is estimated to be Rs 650-700 crore The temple also holds the record for the highest collection on a single day — Rs 573 crore in April last year on Ram Navami Siddhivinayak temple Maharashtra The Mumbai shrine has an annual income of Rs 40 crore The temple earned an annual income of Rs 48 89 crore in 2010-11 Of this Rs 38 crore came through donations while puja bookings brought in around Rs 3 crore Other assets include fixed deposits worth Rs 144 crore110 kg gold and 1100 kg silver as per a 2011 media report Shirdi Saibaba Temple Maharashtra The temple has jewellery worth over Rs 505317473 and FDs worth around Rs 6275697488 as of March 2013 The temple also has foreign currency worth Rs 1705137 It claimed to be spending Rs 76 crore on charity including Rs 45 crore towards the development of an airport at Shirdi and hosting a Sai Bhajan Sandhya in London for Rs 2469239 In 2013 the temple received donations worth Rs 2061496152 The same year an official of the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust reportedly said that the temple had received cash and jewellery worth Rs 344 crore in three days — Rs 3 crore in gold and silver ornaments and the rest through sales at temple counters and devotees’ accommodation Vaishno Devi Katra Jammu & Kashmir The second most visited temple Vaishno Devi has an annual income of approximately Rs 500 crore The temple is said to be the fifth richest in India Between 2008 and 2012 1935 kg of yellow metal and 8163 kg of white metal was offered by devotees According to the shrine board only 78 per cent of the yellow metal and 30 per cent of the white metal was pure gold and silver Guruvayur Temple Kerala Run by a nine-member committee under the Kerala Devaswom Board the famous Krishna temple makes approximately Rs 25 crore annually and has around Rs 125 crore in fixed deposits The most sought after puja at the shrine the Udayaasthamana Puja has a wait list till 2049 The dawn to dusk puja costs Rs 50000 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newswe did plein air painting in the fields, says the Amritsar-born Singh It is sad to see those spaces threatened? could deprecate women deserting their rightful domestic place at home and co-mingling with men in political assemblies.2 per cent adoption.t it? he asks at an event to promote Love Aaj Kal at InoxCity Centre this Monday He has had to deal with accusations of plagiarism for most of his careerwhich is probably why the Love Aaj Kal soundtrack carries three credit notes to sourceseven if theyre small and not the core tunes inspiration The first song with a credit is Twist. “Her work was so good and unique, a middle-aged woman is busy finishing painting the top knot of Lord Shiva.

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