-Waking up early to reach school at 8am was a different fun, and one of the annoying things too.
-Funniest thing for a student was getting late dairy notes and standing in punishment early morning.
-Attending boring maths lectures and yawning in front of the teacher, it was one of the hilarious things we miss about our school life.
-Assembling together to attend the morning assembly is one of the things that is being missed badly.
-Sitting at last benches with group of our friends and passing on funny comments is kinda thing that every student has experienced in his school life.
-Making excuses for washroom and water and roaming all the school around as if “hum hi to principal the na school k”
-One of the sarcastic thing ever was students going to medical room and asking for hajmola by acting for fake stomach ache. “Literally sare k sare hospital k patient lgte the”
-Waiting for lunch break and eating lunch like “junglees” and jab uske bad pet nai bharta tha to rushing to canteen and aur “thoosna” was one of the funniest things a child must have done in his school life.
-Bunking boaring lectures and sitting in some room or washroom to escape from the teacher was one of the humurous things have ever done.
Hit like to school life because it was the best!
Education expenses can get you tax benefits
In order to promote education, the government provides benefits to individual taxpayers in respect of certain expenses incurred by them for education. Let us discuss these tax benefits.
Tuition fee for children
You can claim deduction up to Rs 1.50 lakh every year for tuition fee paid for full-time education of your children in India. A taxpayer can claim this deduction only in respect of two children. In case you have more than two children, your earning spouse can separately claim deduction for other children. This tax benefit is available by way of deduction with other eligible items like provident fund contribution, Public Provident Fund, repayment of principal of home loan, life insurance premium, National Savings Certificate, Equity Linked Savings Scheme, etc. The educational institution has to be situated in India to be eligible for this benefit.
Since this benefit covers expenses for full-time education only, payments made to coaching classes are not eligible for this benefit. Parents can You can claim this benefit irrespective of whether your child is financially dependent on you or not.
This deduction is available for tuition fee only and any payment in the nature of donation or development fee paid to the educational institution is not eligible for this benefit. In case the fee for even one child exceeds the eligible amount of Rs 1.50 lakh in a year, the other spouse can claim the deduction in respect of the balance amount for the same child within the available limit of Rs 1.50 lakh.
Interest on education loan
In addition to tuition fee paid, you can also claim deduction under Section 80E for interest paid for education loan taken for higher education of some specified relatives. Higher education for this purpose means any educational course undertaken after completion of SSC. You can claim this benefit for education loan taken for yourself, your spouse, children, or a child for whom you are a legal guardian.
This deduction is available for eight consecutive years starting from the year in which you start paying interest. It is available on payment basis. So in case of payment of arrears of interest in a year, the benefit is available for full interest paid during the year, irrespective of the year to which the interest paid pertains.
There is no limit on the quantum of deduction available for interest. This benefit is available even for education loan taken for part-time course anywhere.
The education loan for availing this benefit has to be availed from a financial institution or an approved charitable institution in India. The financial institution includes bank or any other institution approved by the government. The charitable institution should likewise be recognised by the central government. So if you borrow from your friends or relatives for your education, you cannot claim this deduction for interest paid to them.
In addition to the above benefits available to all individual tax payers, whether salaried and self-employed, tax laws also allow exemption for certain allowances received by employees from their employer.
An education allowance up to Rs 100 per month per child for two of your children is fully tax-free. Likewise a hostel allowance received and spent by you is exempt up to Rs 300 for each child, for up to two children. You can claim these exemptions only if your employer provides you such allowance separately as part of your salary
Mumbai: School principals concerned for SSC students’ academic performance
School principals across the city are concerned about whether SSC students’ academic performance in the board exams will be poor if not better, following the change in syllabus and the scrapping of the 20-marks internal exams. The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) introduced a new syllabus this year and also declared a new paper pattern for 100 marks instead of scrapping exams of 20 marks.
Some school principals said the students have already performed poorly in the recent semester exams than in the previous year. A principal from a western suburb school said, “This semester exam class 10 students, who will be appearing for the SSC board exam have performed worst then students before them. It is may be due to the new paper pattern and most of the exams are 100 marks. Their poor performance is seen mostly in the language papers that don’t have an internal 20 marks exam. Our principal’s association have approached the board and we have heard that they may think of something for students. How the students will perform in board exam we will come to know after they give their prelim exam.”
Another principal, and secretary of Mumbai Principals Association, Prashant Redij said, “Maybe due to the new syllabus, students can’t refer to previous papers. So they have performed badly this semester exam. Also, because some of the exams are now for 100 marks, students will need to write more as internal marks exams are scrapped. We are worried about how well students perform in the board exams. The board says that when students were given internal marks, they were scoring poorly in theory exams. In order to improve their writing skills 100 marks exams are introduced.”
7th Pay Commission: A big salary hike forthcoming in January 2019
The Maharashtra Government is ready to execute the proposals of the pay commission soon. This is certainly a good news in connection with the 7th pay commission for a certain segment of the employees.
The Maharashtra Government has planned to enforce the recommendations of the pay commission according to Deepak Kesarkar, Junior Finance Minister. He made this announcement in the Legislative Council in reply to a question asked by Question Hour.
Reportedly, he mentioned that the state government had established a committee under KP Bakshi, a retired bureaucrat and it’s report would be released soon. However, he added that the government would not wait for the report and the implementation of 7th pay commission will begin from January 2019.
When will it be implemented?
The Junior Finance Minister reportedly said that the proposals of the pay panel would be enforced from January 2019 onwards. The good news for the employees is just a month away.
5 day week norm
Reportedly, the minister also said that the consent would be taken by the Bakshi committee on the constant demand by the employees for the five day week working in Maharashtra state as adopted by the Centre.
The minister also added that the arrears of the 7th pay commission will be provided with retrospective effect from January 2016 . The dearness allowance will be provided with retrospective effect from the last 14 months. To pay the arrears of 7th pay commission from January 2016, the state would require Rs20,000 crore. The government would need Rs5,000 crore yearly to revise the pay band width for nearly 19 lakh government employees.
Ganga rejuvenation Plan: How far have we succeeded in cleaning the Ganges ?
There had been repeated assurances by the union government and the Namame Gange authority about cleansing of the Ganges and making it completely free of pollution by 2019 but it seems that despite the best efforts of the agencies concerned this 20000 crore over ambitious flagship programme of prime minister Narendra Modi seems to be not up to the mark with the speed of progress being quite feeble as compared to the zeal and enthusiasm it posessed in the initial years of the start of this revival project in 2014 after the BJP led NDA government assumed power at the centre.
The previous minister of Water Resources and Ganga Rejuvenation Uma Bharti who’d been quite active in her efforts to achieve the proposed target had assured that the Ganges will be made pollution free by 2018 but was divested of her responsibilities and Nitin Gadkari brought in, in her place.
Gadkari is considered to be an action oriented minister who’s believed to have been quite active in achieving the proposed targets by 2019.
The national elections are due for next year, just 8 months ahead and no concrete or credible progress seems to have been done in this regard till yet.
There have been constant protests and fast unto death hunger strikes by the proponents of clean Ganges movement and two of the saints and environmentalists Swamy Nigmanand and Dr. GD Aggrawal alias Swamy Swaroopanand had already laid down their precious lives after undertaking about 100 days fast demanding pollution free Ganges and complete stoppage to mining along the banks of Ganges and construction of big dams affecting the smooth and constant flow of the ancient river.
As per the report of the swachindia. ndtv till 2017 during the three years only 35 to 40 of the 86 Sewage Treatment Plants have been completed n 1114.75 kilometres of the sewage network completed against the proposed 4031. 41 kilometres. About 64 crematoriums along the banks of the Ganges have also been built to discourage immersion of dead bodies in the river but the achivement seems to be quite less as compared to the actual requirements. Even Ganga Ghats have been modernised in all the five states through which the Ganga flows but the pollution level has hardly shown any improvement as was expected.
According to Vijay Goyal, minister of state for water resources and Ganga Rejuvenation Plan, the remaining work would be completed by 2020. Similarly out of the total 704 polluting industries alongside the Ganges thoroughly inspected by the Ganga River Basin Authority merely 48 industries have been asked to be shut down.
In addition till now only 134 modernised river ghats have been constructed and 3234 villages along the river Ganges made defecation free wheras the target is much much higher.
Ganga which is 2,525 kilometres in length passing through the five states supplies 40% water to the entire populace of the country.
While thousands of crores have been already spent on Ganga rejuvenation plans by successive governments but no credible work seem to have been carried to clean the Ganges .
Till 2017 the concerned agencies and Namame Gange authority could hardly use Rs. 2000 crores roughly in the works related to clean Ganga mission.
Meanwhile , the union government is deliberating with the experts from Germany, Laos, Austria and Egypt among others to evolve a modern n hi tech Ganga River Basin Management Plan.
At a two day workshop convened by the German Society for international cooperation and the National Mission of Clean Gange in New Delhi, the union government discussed the experience of the countries managing foreign rivers such as Danube, Rhine n Mekong. The conference focussed on finding the sources of pollution and ways and means to clean it.
According to the director of the National Mission for Clean Ganga Ranjan Mishra there is already a draft Ganga law in the anvil that is meant to ensure the health and ecological viability of the river and is under active discussion at the ministrial level to be further passed by the union cabinet.
The river basin plan is much more comprehensive said Ranjan Mishra. The joint conference focussed on seven missions for mandatory interventions viz. Ecological restoration, smooth and uninterrupted ( constant ) river flow, Disaster management, Geological safeguarding, Sistainable agriculture, Environmental knowhow n sensitisation.
Prime minister Narendra Modi infact needs to be lauded for his incessant efforts and credible initiatives to ensure that the ancient river is cleaned, made pollution free and rid it of the increasing onslaughts of hundreds of tanneries, chemical industries supplying highly toxic substances, huge drains throwing poisionous silt in Ganga and the people throwing tons and tons of rubbish including the dead bodies into the river.
But despite all this the spate of progress is too slow with alleged wastage of funds worth thousands of crores since long.
There is more of politics in the Ganges rejuvenation process than the actual execution of credible work. If compared to the rivers of countries abroad the Ganges seems to be in quite and ugly shape n lots needs to be done with the hi tech intervention in collaboration of the foreign companies with expertise than dealing with the issue indegionously.
HRD Ministry prescribes weight limit of school bags, does away with home work for students till class II
No homework for students of classes I and II and prescribed weight limit of school bags for each class are part of the fresh directives issued by the HRD ministry to states and union territories across the country.
According to the official order, the HRD ministry has “instructed all the states and Union Territories to formulate guidelines to regulate the teaching of subjects and weight of school bags in accordance with the Government of India instructions”.As per these instructions, which the schools have been asked to comply with, institutions cannot assign homework to students of classes I and II.
“Schools should not prescribe any other subjects except language and mathematics for classes I and II and language, EVS and mathematics for classes III to V students as prescribed by the NCERT,” the order said.Students should not be asked to bring additional books, extra materials and the weight of a school bag should not exceed the prescribed limit, the order added.
The weight of school bags for students of classes I and II should not exceed 1.5 kg, while the school bag of students of class III to V should weigh between 2 kg to 3 kg.The school bag of students of classes VI and VII should not be more than 4 kg, while weight of school bags of classes VIII and IX students should not be above 4.5 kg. The school bag of a class X student should not weigh above 5 kg, the order said.
Shame on we Delhites?
SHAME ON WE DELHITES ?
Despite the stringent directives of the Supreme Court of India restricting Delhites to use fire crackers only for two hours from eight to ten PM on the Diwali day i. e. today the 7th of November, hardly had an impact to any extent in controlling the sound and fire cracker pollution emanating toxic gases adding to the already existing pollution in the capital city of India, Delhi and its surroundings, the national capital region viz Gurugram, Noida etc.
Deepawali is the most ancient festival of the majority community in India and worldwide where ever the Hindus live celebrated with utmost gaiety and fervour.
But the increasing global warming and the worsening climatic conditions and environment due to the rapidly and multiply enhancing pollution due to green house emissions, pollution from construction activities, stubble burning in Haryana n UP flouting court’s orders , factory emissions, emmisions from the 80 lakh odd vehicles in Delhi including thousands of Diesal trucks that pass through the Delhi territory, emission through millions of air conditions during the summer and of course the Diwali emissions that breaks all records, have finally compelled the Supreme court issue directives curtailing fire cracking limit on Deepawali for just two hours from 8 to 10 AM.
I personally kept a tab to watch whether the Supreme court’s moratorium on fire crackers would be abided by the citizens of Delhi or not. I was however satisfied that till 10.20 PM atleast 65 to 70 percent of the people stopped using fire crackers with thirty percent still busy defying the court’s order.
Being the festival season it’s next to impossible for the police personel and the department to curb this menace fully as it has to deal with serious crimes as well and the staff too is on Deepawali holiday.
It’s actually the people who are to be blamed. Sounds shocking and worrisome that majority of the population of the capital city is educated and well aware of the apex court’s orders as well as the anguishing situation of the enhancing pollution levels leading to various hazardous deseases taking place and causing unparalleled harm to the patients of critical illnesses, heart deseases, patients of lung infections, asthmatic patients, patients inflicted with tuberculosis and cancers etc but the rich and influential are still showing their money power and hostile prestige in exploding more and more fire crackers not only des – respecting and openly flouting the court’s orders but also making thousands of Delhites die of various pollution oriented physical n mental disorders.
Just about two weeks’ ago the Air Quality Index was the highest to 426 PM 2.5 in the capital making peoples’ lives hell to respirate and live comfortably.
Just imagine what will happen after Deepawali when thousands, even lakhs of tons of fire crackers emanate unacounted amount of pollution in our environment already having become toxic and not prone for healthy living.
Now enough is enough. For God Sake give up the crackers, once for all. Now its 45 minutes over 10 PM, I could easily hear fire crackers being exploded again with full speed and against the open dereliction of the Apex Court’s orders. Shame on we Delhites. The Supreme Court of India should take suo motto cognizance of this violation and call the chief secretary Delhi and the Delhi Police Commissioner to respond on this?
First Swamy Nigmanand and then Swamy Swarupanand ! Will these sacrifices be really honoured? Would Ganga be cleaned ?
Sounds completely irrational, callous and unjustifiable that on the one hand the government of India talks so much about cleaning the Ganges, (which is of course highly appreciable) by way of allocating over twenty thousand crores in phases on the other hand, a seer and a crusader fighting for saving the Ganges from the illegal miners demanding ban on mining and hydro power projects on the banks of the Ganga to ensure its regular and smooth flow is allowed to die and the minister of the environment, the secretary environment and even the chief minister of the state do not find time to know about his environmental concern n the health of Ganga including his own who’d been on fast unto death for the last 111 days at Matri Sadan Ashram Haridwar finally letting him die of Cardiac arrest due to various serious complications, particularly after he gave up consuming water a day or two before his tragic death.
The union government and the prime minister Narendra Modi had been appreciably, personally taking keen interest in the clean Ganga and rejuvenation plan since he came to power at the centre and had also specifically created a separate ministry for the cleaning and rejuvenation of the Ganga which was his long cherished dream.
The previous minister of the Water resources and Ganga rejuvenation ministry, saffron clad Uma Bharati was shunted out from the cabinet during the last reshuffle for not being serious on clean Ganga mission.
In addition to this, the prime minister Narendra Modi and union minister Nitin Gadkari had been making several announcements about the save Ganga mission’s success and introduction of several waterways, improvement in Ghats, installation of sewer treatment plants, closing of polluting factories along the Ganges and cleaning of the Ganges in a phased manner etc to the people of the country and also enhancing the budget from the initial five thousand crores to 20 thousand crores.
But it sounds anguishing and shocking that despite so much of its concentration on cleansing of the Ganges and allocation of such a huge budget not only has the previous Congress and BJP governments have allegedly given affidavits in the Apex court through the union environment ministry in favour of large dams in Uttarakhand thus effecting the health of the free and smoothly flowing rivers but will also in the due course lead to eruption/ occurance of massive ecological disasters.
Above all, the precious life of the crusader to save the pious Ganges which has now become excessively polluted, could not be saved unambiguously showing the callous and indifferent attitude of the union environment ministry and the concerned minister in not responding to his demands and health issues.
First the death of merely 34 year old Swamy Nigmanand Saraswati in 2011 in Uttarakhand after 115 days of fast unto death and thereafter the death of a professor of IIT n member secretary, Central Pollution Control Board turned saint due to the 112 days protest fast demanding ban on hydropower projects and mining in and on the banks of the Ganges to keep it clean, smooth in flow and healthy have indeed shed a doubt on the integrity and earnestness of the authorities concerned as well as the NDA government towards the noble cause of clean Ganga.
It may be recalled that late Swamy Gyan swaroopanand had thrice been on protracted hunger strikes in 2009 and 2014 demanding scrapping of the two big dams in Uttarakhand in which the government had to finally relent and cancell viz 380 megawatt capacity Bhairon ghati power project n 480 megawat Pala Maneri project . In 2014 too he undertook 115 days hunger strike against the governments inactivity in the National Ganga River Basin Authority. Similarly late Swamy Nigmanand too undertook 67 days hunger strike at Haridwar in 2007 for end to mining and excavation of natutal resources from the Ganges.
What’s your take friends?
Swamy Gyan Swarupanand no more, dies after 111 days hunger n thirst at AIIMS. Was demanding ban on illegal mining in the Ganges.
There is a very shocking news. It is very sad and unfortunate that an eminent environmentalist and the relentless fighter for preservation and protection of the ecology of the Uttarakhand himalayas whose entire life has been dedicated for the water, forests and land conservation including his relentless fight against big dams, professor GD Aggrawal aka Swamy Gyan Swarupanand has left for his heavenly abode after 111 days of fast unto death, stopping even consuming water after he was forcibly addmitted at All India Institute of Medical Sciences in view of his badly deteriorating health condition.
Professor Dr. Swami Gyan Swarupanand a highly enlightened and qualified saint on the environmental issues of Himalayas n the country , had been continuously protesting by being on fast unto death in his Haridwar Ashram Matr Shree for the last three months and 20 days against the illegal or legal mining in the pious Ganges demanding immediate ban on the illegal/ legal mining in the Ganges, construction activities around its banks, against the contruction of big dams and arbitrary felling of trees.
Unfortunately the vision less politicians and those at the helm of affairs in Uttarakhand and at the centre, including those at the helm of the environment ministry never bothered to give attention to late Swamy’s views and demands finally allowing him to die in such a precarious condition.
Prior to Swamy Gyan Swaroopanand, Swamy Nigmanand has also died out of hunger for 115 days at the mere age of 34 years during the regime of BJP on the same demands as of now, on 11th June 2011 at Jolly Grant Hospital at Rishikesh where he was forcibly lifted from the Anshan sthal due to the deterioration in his health condition.
The chief minister had been to Haridwar a few months ago in a Sant Sammelan but never bothered to visit the hungry and ailing swamy for the betterment of the ecology of the hills and maintaining the smooth flow of the Ganges.
Dr Agarwal has served as a faculty member of IIT Kanpur, was the Central Pollution Control Board Member Secretary and also a guiding force for pressurising the CPCB in taking tough action against industrial and urban polluters, and ensure that our rivers flow freely and remain healthy. He inspired thousands by his ascetic life and dedication to environmental causes.
Had the government of the day in Uttarakhand and the centre which boasts so much of protecting the interests of the saints n saffron robed swamys taken care of the demands and health of Swamy Gyan Swarupanand he would not have died after 111 days of hunger n thirst.
Such a callousness on the part of the authorities and leaders concerned for an environmentalist of eminence is something never heard of before. How can a precious life of such an enlightened environmental activist be allowed to perish due to the negligence of our political masters sitting at the helm of political and administrative dispensation is a moot question? May the Almighty give peace to his soul.
Prof Upendra Rao of JNU addresses Latvia convention and university students about Sanskrit n Indic studies and Budhist philosophy
The leading professor of Sanskrit and Pali. School of Sanskrit and Indic studies at Jawahar Lal Nehru University Professor C. Upendra Rao has been sent by the government of India to the Latvian university in Riga on 9th October for delivering lectures on various topics of Indic studies. Professor Rao had been privileged to have been specially invited by the Latvian parliamentary member Dr. Romualds Razuks with a request to deliver lectures in the Parliament annexe of Latvia on the significant subject of world peace and India’s contribution in attaining this goal as a major country being the largest democracy of the world.
In addition to the invitation from the Latvia member of parliament professor Rao also acknowleged invitation from the university of Latvia in Riga to address students and the faculty members on various significant topics viz : Introduction of Vedanta with reference to Dvaita, Advaita and Vishistadvaita. Apart from this he would also lecture on Budhista philosophy with reference to twelve link’s chain of the dependent origination / Pattichda- Sammuppada including on topics such as Introduction on Sankhya philosophy, Kalidaasa and his smiles, figures of speeches used in Sanskrit poetries and the role/ contribution of Pali literature in understanding the Indian culture.
It may be recalled that Prof. Dr. C. Upender Rao, is currently serving as a Professor of Sanskrit and Pali in School of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
He was Chairperson of Centre for Sanskrit Studies at J N U. He was Visiting Professor on ICCR chair in Cambodia and was teaching in Buddhist University in Phnom Penh. Prof. Rao has edited and authored 20 books.
At present he is working on various Indological issues in south East Asia. He recently presented his paper in Vietnam on Indian Culture in Sanskrit inscriptions of Cambodia. His recent (August, 2018) presentation on ‘Akshara purushottama philosophy’ in WAVES
conference held in Dallas, USA was applauded by many scholars.
In the month of April this year he had delivered lectures in two universities in Lithuania. He also presented his peace
lecture in Lithuania Parliament annexe. He was a visiting professor in National University of Keiv Mohyla Academy, at Keiv in Ukrain, and L. N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstan and taught Sanskrit language and Buddhist philosophy in these places.
In the month of April, 2018 he delivered various speeches in Lithuania including his main speech in the annex of Lithuanian parliament. He taught Sanskrit in the month of June, 2018 in Hue Quang Buddhist monastery of Hociminh city of Vietnam.
PROFESSORRao apart from being the HOD OF SANSKRIT AND PALI,
SCHOOL OF SANSKRIT AND INDIC STUDIES, JAWAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY and former VISITING PROFESSOR OF SANSKRIT AND BUDDHIST STUDIES ON ICCR CHAIR IN CAMBODIA was also the CHAIRPERSON OF SPECIAL CENTER FOR SANSKRIT STUDIES, JNU, member of executive, court and academic council.
Tips to select the right career for you
Selecting the right career may be a confusing and frustrating process. But selecting a career is an important decision. So it is wise to consider all factors before you make up your mind as you wouldn’t want to regret your decision later. Here are a few tips to help you choose the right career:
• Make up your mind
If you are interested in a writing career, then make sure you are passionate about it. Be prepared to spend your time and energy in writing articles or blogs or whatever interests you. Make up your mind after weighing the pros and cons of a career. Always choose a career that makes you happy and where your talents are utilized.
• Consider the job market
It is very important to consider the job market when you are deciding about your career. Study the job market and find out about the hottest jobs. Do some research and see which kinds of jobs are likely to be in demand in the future. This is important as you do not want to enter the job market with skills that are no longer wanted.
• Prerequisite requirement
It is important to be well-trained and prepared for a certain career. Make sure you have the required skill set and education that a certain career demands. Be prepared to do some hard work and ensure that you have enough or more skill set or education to move up in the career ladder.
• Realistic expectations
Not every job pays you so well that you end up buying a villa for yourself. It is important to have realistic expectations about the type of remuneration you may receive for the job. A career in teaching may not be lucrative. But a job in the IT industry may provide you a better pay. So make a wise decision by taking into account the pay and your personal preference.
• Career assessment testing
Seek the guidance of a career counsellor or an academic advisor. You may be able to make up your mind when you talk to a counsellor. Consider taking a career assessment test to identify a career that suits you the most.
Remember that choosing the right career is an extremely personal decision. Weigh the pros and cons of a career before taking up a job. Decide what suits you the most. Once you have chosen a career, then you ought to equip yourself with the required skills by undergoing some form of training so that you succeed in your career.
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