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ashok68

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Under Arvind Kejriwal govt, enrolment & pass percentage have fallen in Delhi govt schools​

A report by NGO Praja Foundation highlights falling enrolment, poor retention and a massive drop in pass percentage in Delhi government schools.

 

ashok68

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Delhi govt PSUs incurred Rs 2,909 cr losses as on March 2018: CAG Report​

By March 2018, there were 18 state PSUs which included 16 government companies and two statutory corporations

The Delhi government's Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) incurred losses of Rs 2,909.83 crore as on March 2018, a CAG report tabled in the Assembly said on Tuesday.

 

ashok68

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Delhi's 3 civic bodies have outstanding loan of over Rs 3,000 cr: CAG​

Loans are provided to civic bodies on a quarterly basis under various projects and schemes and these are adjusted from the basic tax assignment due to them


Loans amounting to Rs 3814.89 cr were outstanding against the three municipal corporations in Delhi as on March 31 last year, according to a Comptroller and Audit or General (CAG) report released on Monday.


 

ashok68

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Delhi Jal Board yet to repay debt of over Rs 20,000 crore: CAG report​

No amount has been repaid in the last five years, said the CAG report

The Delhi Jal Board (DJB) has an outstanding loan of more than Rs 26,000 crore and "no amount was repaid" in the last five years, according to a Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) report released on Monday.

"Total loans disbursed to the Delhi Jal Board since 1998-99 is Rs 26,620.04 crore, out of which only Rs 351.16 crore was repaid leaving Rs 26,268.89 crore as outstanding as on March 31, 2018," the audit report said.

"No amount has been repaid in the last five years. Interest liability on account of the outstanding loans of the Delhi Jal Board is under reconciliation by the Principal Accounts Office and the agencies concerned as intimated by Department of Urban Development, Delhi government," it said.

 

ashok68

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The Jallikattu protest was both an agitation and celebration of Tamil youth and their cultural identity with multiple narratives of socio-economic, political, cultural realities shared in the context of the politics of the state and India.

The jallikattu protests and the subsequent passing of the Bill making way for conducting the bull-embracing sport, has, among many other lessons, taught us that power of youth can be harnessed to make the State act, and that use of force is not the solution for enforcing law and order.

After jallikattu, what next? Tamil Nadu's young people seek to build on protests, push for change​

Social media activity coalesces anxieties around a variety of concerns.


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The page, “A Change – Tamil Nadu 16th Assembly under Students control with new System”, describes itself as the next political alternative in Tamil Nadu. The organisers, who did not wish to be identified, said the page was created to help Tamil Nadu become [a] better to best place to live.”

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Discontent with Dravidian parties?

Besides anger towards the Centre, there has been a growing feeling of discontentment with Dravidian parties over the past 10 years, especially the current AIADMK government, said Ramu Manivannan, professor and head of department of Politics and Public Administration of University of Madras.

After the death of Jayalalithaa, there has been political turmoil and a power tussle in the AIADMK. VK Sasikala, Jayalalithaa’s aide, is attempting to take over the reins of the state from O Panneerselvam, who took over after the popular leader’s death in December.

“Tamil Nadu, in the recent period, has been going through a turbulent political transition with the passing away of Jayalalithaa,” he said. “There is a big transition in the leadership. But the party did not perform for the last four years, and there was very little governance during that time. All the manifested in the form of an anger against the state, jallikattu being a more cultural rallying point it really moved people into action.”


According to Yuvaraja Muthusamy, state president of Tamil Maanila Congress’ youth wing, the impact of the protests may felt during the local body elections this year. “We may have more youngsters contesting as independent candidates,” he said. “But right now, no party can immediately benefit by the students. We have to wait and see who can take their votes.”

Aalur Shanavas, the deputy general secretary of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi, said the protests may bring about polticial change, as their intensity and spread would prompt parties to think about revamping their way of functioning.

“After this protest, we are also motivated to look at where we went wrong,” said Shanavas. “We are discussing among ourselves why people have lost trust in politicians and what we may have done to incur their anger. We may have missed something somewhere.”

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krish44

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The Jallikattu protest was both an agitation and celebration of Tamil youth and their cultural identity with multiple narratives of socio-economic, political, cultural realities shared in the context of the politics of the state and India.

The jallikattu protests and the subsequent passing of the Bill making way for conducting the bull-embracing sport, has, among many other lessons, taught us that power of youth can be harnessed to make the State act, and that use of force is not the solution for enforcing law and order.

After jallikattu, what next? Tamil Nadu's young people seek to build on protests, push for change​

Social media activity coalesces anxieties around a variety of concerns.


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The page, “A Change – Tamil Nadu 16th Assembly under Students control with new System”, describes itself as the next political alternative in Tamil Nadu. The organisers, who did not wish to be identified, said the page was created to help Tamil Nadu become [a] better to best place to live.”

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Discontent with Dravidian parties?

Besides anger towards the Centre, there has been a growing feeling of discontentment with Dravidian parties over the past 10 years, especially the current AIADMK government, said Ramu Manivannan, professor and head of department of Politics and Public Administration of University of Madras.

After the death of Jayalalithaa, there has been political turmoil and a power tussle in the AIADMK. VK Sasikala, Jayalalithaa’s aide, is attempting to take over the reins of the state from O Panneerselvam, who took over after the popular leader’s death in December.

“Tamil Nadu, in the recent period, has been going through a turbulent political transition with the passing away of Jayalalithaa,” he said. “There is a big transition in the leadership. But the party did not perform for the last four years, and there was very little governance during that time. All the manifested in the form of an anger against the state, jallikattu being a more cultural rallying point it really moved people into action.”


According to Yuvaraja Muthusamy, state president of Tamil Maanila Congress’ youth wing, the impact of the protests may felt during the local body elections this year. “We may have more youngsters contesting as independent candidates,” he said. “But right now, no party can immediately benefit by the students. We have to wait and see who can take their votes.”

Aalur Shanavas, the deputy general secretary of Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi, said the protests may bring about polticial change, as their intensity and spread would prompt parties to think about revamping their way of functioning.

“After this protest, we are also motivated to look at where we went wrong,” said Shanavas. “We are discussing among ourselves why people have lost trust in politicians and what we may have done to incur their anger. We may have missed something somewhere.”

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If TN has to well it is possible only it promotes excellence in education and jobs.
They need to msintain high standards in education and reward meritocracy.
They need to
wean people away from films and film star politicians.
They can shut down cinema halls and replace them with shopping malls
They can restrict temple timings
They can be told to believe in working hard to make a living.
They can scrap reservation of any sort for anyone.Banning all quotas can help.
 

ashok68

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First of all, we should stop compare Tamil Nadu with other Indian states. Every state has its own system. Similarly, Tamil Nadu Education has, time-tested unique one of having CBSE, State Syllabus, Matriculation and Anglo-Indian, .

Of course, in India education system is following the same Macaulay method.

TN tops GER in higher education in country: Governor Banwarilal Purohit​

Chennai:
The government’s efforts in this direction have resulted in the highest Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) in Higher Education amongst all States in India at 49.3 per cent, he said, while participating in the golden jubilee celebrations of Sri Vidya Mandir Association here.

He said the government has opened new colleges, commenced new courses, invested in improving infrastructure, created more posts of teachers and filled teacher vacancies to make higher education more accessible and to enhance quality.

Stating that the contribution of the private sector to promote the cause of education has also been commendable, he said many philanthropic trusts have come forward to set up schools, colleges and universities in the State.

Observing that some of these institutions attract students from all over India and even from abroad, Purohit said these schools, both in the public and the private sectors, lay stress on the inculcation of skills that enable the students to get employed after completing their education.

‘’Today students want the education system to equip and stir their innovative and creative minds. They are the creators. A good system of education should be able to satisfy their insatiable hunger for knowledge’’, he added. He said education should also focus on inculcating moral values and national spirit in the students.

“Teachers in schools have extensive knowledge about their subjects and enormous experience in various facets of life. Their skill, learning and experience provide them with the necessary capability to mould the student in a manner that is helpful to him, to his family and to the society’’, he said and added that a society properly educated was always progressive, peaceful and prosperous.

This will elevate the young minds to love the country, to love other human beings. The right kind of education based on moral values will upgrade the society and the country, he said.



Source: https://www.dtnext.in/News/TamilNad...-in-higher-education-in-country-Governor-.vpf

And that is why students from other State throng towards Tamil Nadu, they study here and settle better in in their life. It is enrichment of knowledge which is ensured. And the thread opener is not an exception.

If I remember right, the thread opener, has enrolled his children in Anna University. Why..? Is there no college/University at Delhi..?

Preaching is only for others lol.
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Here is more proof

Tamil Nadu among eight academically well performing states: K P Anbalagan

COIMBATORE: The gross enrolment ratio of the state has reached 49% which was higher than the previous year, minister for higher education K P Anbalagan said while addressing at the 36th 36th convocation of Bharathiar University in the city on Wednesday.

He said with 51 universities and 2,400 colleges, Tamil Nadu was one among the eight academically well performing states in the country.


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ashok68

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இந்தியா டுடே வார இதழின் அட்டை பக்க கட்டுரை தலைப்பின் தமிழாக்கம்-

தமிழகம் முன்னேற்ற பாதையில்

தேசத்திலேயே சிறந்த செயல் திறன் மிக்க மாநிலம் “தமிழ்நாடு” - அனைத்து துறைகளையும் உள்ளடக்கிய ஒட்டுமொத்த வளர்ச்சியில் - மற்ற மாநிலங்களை விட ஒரு படி மேலே

இது போதுமா இன்னும் வேணுமா ..?

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Janaki Jambunathan

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They can scrap reservation of any sort reseefor anyone.Banning all quotas can help.(#368)

The reservation iist is like அனுமார் வால் ! - growing to monstrous length! day by day - Horizontal 7.5 % reservation for Govt. School Students in Medical admission this year. SC has struck down the 50% reservation for Govt.Doctors in super speciality Post doctoral courses which was upheld by Madras HC yesterday! இட ஒடுகில் கை வைப்பது தமிழனுக்கு அநீதி!
 

Janaki Jambunathan

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To day Vanniyars are on road agitating for 20% reservation for them - claims their population is about 25% TN Population - Govt. announced Caste vice enumeration! .
 

ashok68

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On the first day……​

Train services disrupted near Chennai as PMK men block tracks, cops register two cases​

"The miscreants will be booked under the relevant sections of the railways act for sabotaging railway property,” P Rajan, Superintendent of Police, GRP, Chennai, told The New Indian Express

On the first day of the agitation called by the PMK demanding 20 per cent reservation for Vanniyars, partymen picketed railway tracks in two places between Tambaram and Vandalur, resulting in disruption of train services for more than six hours on the Chennai – Chengalpattu section. Four express trains were delayed for two hours and over 30 workmen suburban specials suspended between Tambaram and Chengalpattu.

The PMK supporters placed long rail bars, empty electrical junction boxes, sand bags and iron barricades on the tracks obstructing train movement near Tambaram railway station. In another incident, partymen pelted stones at the Chennai-bound Ananthapuri Express between Vandalur and Perungalathur, damaging the locomotive.

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Janaki Jambunathan

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There is a surge in digital transactions of late. UPI leading by 80% increase in December! IMPAS is free and available 24×7 . It is customer friendly and easy. But the banks are not interested in increasing the server capacities as per demand - as it is a free service. I sent ₹25000 to settle a bill towards Solar Heater for my Bangalore flat. Though the trasaction failed the amount was debited in account. This was reverted on the next day only. I believe as per RBI guidlines the banks will bear a penalty ₹100 per day. If not for this the thanks would take their time to revert the failure transactions!
 
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krish44

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Chennai and TN with cyclones hitting and heavy rains may not have much to show in terms of progress.Most of the state is living on freebies.Small scale and MSME are folding up.
Most left over TB are shifting to bangalore .
Only those living on state doles will continue there.
Dravidian politics has run its course. Film stars like Rajini or Kamal may not dent the electorate much.
Will TN get a new order led by manuvadi bjp?
 

ashok68

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It does not matter if people want to delude themselves about Tamil Nadu’s achievement, progress, etc

Better wish that such people who are incorrigibly ignorant and intolerant at least stop being condescending!

Of course, there are few self-righteous jacks who think that they have God given right to judge others.

With more ignorance, they always misjudge other’s views. They love to spread lies, misinformation, etc.

And hence, none accept or share their demented views.

Here is the ground reality…

Hurun Rich List: Kalanithi Maran richest Tamilian with Rs 19.1k cr wealth​

According to the list, the cumulative wealth of resident Tamilians in the list stands at INR 1,38,400 crore – three percent higher than what it was in 2018.

On Sunday, the Hurun Report India and IIFL Wealth released a detailed analysis of the richest Tamils across the country. Kalanithi Maran (Sun TV Network), Vembu Radha and Vembu Sekar (Zoho) Sadayandi Moopanar & family (Pothys) RG Chandramogan (Hatsun Agro Products), CK Ranganathan (CavinKare) A Krishnamoorthy (Amalgamations), Sita Venkatramani (Amalgamations) GSK Velu (Trivitron Healthcare), TT Ragunathan (TKK Prestige) are the top ten richest individuals featured in the list from Tamil Nadu.


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Tamil Nadu Startup Hub: An Ecosystem Of Entrepreneurs Focussed On Sustainability​

Tamil Nadu is home to SaaS unicorns such as Zoho, Freshworks

The startups in Tamil Nadu tend to have strong unit economics, says Omnivore partner Reihem Roy

In recent times, IIT Madras Incubation Cell, Nasscom have emerged as prominent enablers in TN

Tamil Nadu is a leader in terms of factories and industry workers, because of its rich automobiles and auto components manufacturing base. These traditional industries of the state have also impacted the growth of startups in Tamil Nadu. According to the stakeholders, Inc42 spoke to, the Tamil Nadu government does not recognise the potential of smaller entities such as new-age startups in the face of such manufacturing prowess.


“The state government prefers attracting big-ticket investments into state’s automotive sector instead of promoting startups. They are missing the bigger vision that a small startup can one day provide 10,000 employment opportunities similar to what someone like Paytm or Flipkart have done,” said Rajmanohar Somasundaram, CEO of Aquaconnect.

The Tamil Nadu government launched its Startup and Innovation policy as recently as 2019. The policy was introduced with a mission of creating 100K high skilled jobs, direct and indirect, in the startup ecosystem by 2023. The policy had also set out to create the Tamil Nadu Startup Fund of Funds with a corpus of INR 250 Cr ($21 Mn) for investments in startups.

Chennai has become a hub for software-as-a-service startups with success stories like Zoho, Freshworks, Orangescape and many others. This SaaS revolution has also sort of set the pace for other emerging startups from the state.

 
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ashok68

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Lol…who enjoy doles of AAP Government….??

Don’t throw stones sitting inside glass house…

Earlier Delhiites have to pay Rs 2 for using the public toilet but now it is free. This government has made everything like water, electricity and even wi-fi and CCTV free for.

Kejriwal keeps his promises on power tariff, free water in Delhi​

In its manifesto, AAP had promised to cut power tariff by 50 per cent immediately after coming to power. It had also promised 20,000 litres of free water to every household per month.

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AAP govt's free water scheme being misused by several housing societies: NGT panel

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krish44

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JJ ji sell off yes bank and jp associates if you have. They are hitting upper circuits.
I sold my shares today and booked profits
 
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krish44

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TN is lucky
BJp is trying for a foothold at fag end of their unpopular regime. They can only promote caste divide and bring disharmony.TN will cease to be a peaceful space for all communities.
Dravidian politics ony replaced brahmins with inter mediate castes. They treated dalits worse than brahmins
TN brahmins should keep away from bjp.
Steps should be taken to put an end to aruval kalacharam.Film stars like rajini kamal should be forced out of politics. TN can prosper only some decent people join politics and cleanse it and put it on path to progress. All doles should be ended and hard work rewarded .
 

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