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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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Mukesh Ambani wants emerging tech to create more jobs

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Over 1 lakh children died in India in 2016 because of air pollution, stated a study by World Health Organisation.

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Saudi is responsible for it

Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of late Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, has blamed Saudi Arabia for his murder. She wants the US to help her in unravelling the cause behind the murder of Washington Post columnist.

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India offers great opportunities for Japanese investors: Modi

While addressing the ‘Make in India’ Seminar in Tokyo, Modi was passionate about India’s future prospects

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While addressing the ‘Make in India: India-Japan partnership in Africa and digital partnership’ seminar, in Tokyo, Monday (October 29, 2018) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was passionate about India’s growth prospects and business culture.

He made it clear that India has improved a lot in ease of doing business, trying to make life easy for the citizens. Modi also stressed on the transition of India’s economy form an informal level to a formal one with the support of his pet projects like digital India and GST (Goods and Services Tax).

The Indian Prime Minister has invited Japanese investors to bank on India for better prospects as the world’s largest major economy provides them incredible opportunities in sectors like IT and electric mobility.

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Acharya M R Rajesh to be conferred with Mahashay Dharampal International Vedic Award

Acharya M R Rajesh has been spearheading a unique movement of democratising the Vedas for the last 15 years

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Eminent Vedic scholar Acharya M R Rajesh has been elected for the Mahashay Dharampal International Vedic Award, instituted by International Arya Sammelan, New Delhi.

Acharya Rajesh, the founder of Kasyap Ashram which is based in Kozhikode, Kerala, has been spearheading a movement of democratising the Vedas for the last 15 years.

An ardent follower of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, Acharya Rajesh has taken the Vedas to the masses

Under his leadership, Kasyap Ashram is conducting Vedic classes to all irrespective of caste, religion, age or gender.

An ardent follower of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati, the founder of Arya Samaj, Acharya Rajesh has taken the Vedas to the masses, encouraging the common man to absorb the ideals of Sanatana dharma in their daily life.

Mahashay Dharampal International Vedic Award is instituted to those who have devoted their lives to spread the message of the Vedas in society.

Acharya Rajesh has also published around 40 books in both Malayalam and English which includes the English translation of the Atharva Veda. The award will be presented to him at the International Arya Sammelan on October 27, 2018.

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