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Yogi Adityanath govt approves a bill that restricts private schools from charging hefty fees

The new bill matters  a lot as our parents are fed up with the commercialization of education; it should be implemented without any dilution

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It seems to be a good move from Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government. On April 10, 2018, the government passed an Ordinance named ‘Uttar Pradesh Self-financed Independent School Ordinance 2018.’to rein in the private schools in the state.

Schools in Yogi’s Uttar Pradesh will not be able to change the uniform for five years

The Ordinance allows the government to keep a tab on the arbitrary fees hike by self-financed schools in the state. We can put it simple like this. Private schools cannot increase the fees according to their vested interests as per the new law.

Schools in Yogi’s Uttar Pradesh will not be able to increase the fees for five years. Also, they cannot change the school’s uniform for five years. The schools are restricted to charge any kind of capitation fee from students.

Before increasing the fees, the schools need to consult a regulatory committee, and the hike percentage is limited to eight. If the government can implement the new law in the right mode, it would be a great relief for the parents in the state. Also, it will put some limits to the process of commercialization of education

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Post-Pulwama, PM Modi’s popularity on the rise: Survey

Post-Pulwama attack, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ratings have increased by 7 per cent

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Post-Pulwama attack, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ratings have increased by 7 per cent

As the Election Commission of India just announced the general election dates of world’s largest democracy, here comes good news for BJP and Narendra Modi.

According to a survey conducted by Times Now and VMR, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ratings have increased by over 7 per cent after the Pulwama attack.

The survey points out that Modi’s popularity is on the rise post-Pulwama attack. Around 52 per cent of the people who participated in the survey are of the opinion that Modi has a good blueprint for the country. At the same time, only 27 per cent of the respondents bat for Congress president Rahul Gandhi.

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Here goes PM Modi’s masterstroke project for workers in the informal sector

It is for the first time since independence that this kind of a scheme is envisaged for the workers in the informal sector. Modi again scored

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Aiming at the workers in the unorganized sector, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched one more popular scheme ahead of general elections.

Modi’s new scheme, which is termed as Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan (PM-SYM) Yojana, will assure a monthly pension of Rs. 3,000 to the workers in the unorganized sector during their old age.

Prime Minister Modi thinks that respecting dignity of labour will take the nation forward

As a major portion of India’s labour force is working in the unorganized sector, the Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Maan-dhan (PM-SYM) Yojana is expected to have a profound impact in the lives of people.

Over forty two crore workers in the unorganized sector will be benefited from the scheme, according to the government.

During the launch of the project, on Tuesday (March 05, 2019), Modi said that it is for the first time since independence that such a scheme is envisaged for the workers in the informal sector.

The workers who earn less than Rs. 15,000 per month in the informal sector can enroll as beneficiaries under the scheme.

Simple process

What the workers need to do is filling up a single form with Aadhar number and bank details at any common service centre in the country. There’s no charge for the process.

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President Putin is with India in the fight against terrorism

Vladimir V Putin has offered great support to Narendra Modi in the fight against terrorism

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Russian President Vladimir V Putin has expressed deep condolences on the Pulwama terrorist attack, conducted by Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed on February 14, 2019.

President also expressed solidarity with India in the fight against terrorism while speaking to Narendra Modi on phone Thursday.

Modi and Putin made it clear that all support to terrorism should be stopped at any cost.

President Putin also reminded Modi of the invitation to the Prime Minister to attend the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok later this year.

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