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Be suspicious if something seems “off” about the tone or pacing. Often, Patiala on Sunday. Team of RAF personnel deployed at Nabha jail after the five prisoners, It afforded participants the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the educational experiences of migrants and refugee students; consider approaches required to foster greater access for migrants and refugees to Jesuit schools and cultivate more effective integration in our schools. In his keynote address,Msgr Anthony J Figuerido of the Vatican Dicastery for Integral Human Development Migrants and Refugees Section summoned all Jesuit educators to ‘prophetic boldness’ in ‘service to migrant and refugee students’ People are on the move worldwide The increasing migratory movement is evident in the diverse make up of students within classrooms in many countries Dr Krizan Vekic co-ordinator of the Education for Justice and Reconciliation Programme Jesuit Schools Ireland gave participants an international perspective on the distribution of migrant and refugees students across schools in Europe Australia and the United States Drawing on case studies he showed how once given access to education children and young people work extremely hard and achieve well Dr Vekic added that many migrant and refugee students have what researchers have coined ‘a dual frame of reference’ Thus coming from situations with little hope of gainful futures students seize the opportunity to progress in education with commitment and dedication Ms Mary Kenny English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Development Officer with the Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education Training Board explored the importance of language learning She informed those present of the policies and procedures in Ireland for teaching and tracking achievement in students for whom English is not the first language Equally the significance of all second-level subject teachers to assisting students in language learning was highlighted This coupled with ‘regular focused’ assistance helps migrant and refugee students attain a higher competency in the language of their new country Challenges ongoing and overcome Language learning is only one of many challenges facing students from families living in ‘direct provision’ in Ireland David Moriarty of JRS Ireland laid out the severe and harsh shortcomings for some 4500 asylum seekers presently residing in ‘direct provision’ accommodation settings It is a system apparently designed to discourage people from seeking asylum in Ireland Mr Gerry Cullen past pupil of Jesuit Belvedere College Dublin now principal of a multi-ethnic DEIS girls’ school in Dublin spoke of the positive impact the enrolment migrant and refugee students had on his school over the last 15 years He explained that the school’s approach to care the willingness of staff to learn from best practice and the school’s disposition to always focus on meeting the educational and developmental needs of their students meant that the school has gone from strength to strength in terms of raising student numbers their expectations and their academic achievement Sixty per cent of the school’s young women graduates now go on to third level to study an array of courses; medicine law engineering education and technical disciplines Collaboration is key A disconnect between the Jesuit Social and Education Apostolates was identified by Jose Ignacio Garcia SJ during his presentation At the seminar the diverse sharing of information on and experience of the social and educational requirements of young refugees and migrants emphasised the overlapping concerns and areas of work within the two apostolates The necessity for those engaged in and passionate about social justice to collaborate and bring their diverse skills to the issues was clear “Be it in Ireland or elsewhere in Europe a key takeaway from the seminar for myself” says participant Carol Maxwell “was that strategic collaboration between the apostolates could assist these young students in ensuring they had access to our Jesuit schools and were effectively integrated into whichever country they eventually settled” The event was organised by Dr Krizan Vekic and Mr Brian Flannery the Education Delegate for the Irish Jesuit Province It follows on from a seminar held last year in Brussels Other speakers who presented at the seminar included Mr Enda O’Neill Head of Office Designated and Official UNHCR Ireland Such is the importance of this theme for Europe that JECSE envisages planning similar events and initiatives in the futureWritten by Mohammad Hamza Khan | Jaipur | Published: November 10 2017 12:16 am Vasundhara Raje Rajasthan Ordinance Rajasthan Criminal Laws Bill Rajasthan Assembly Kalyan Singh BJP India news Indian Express Related News The Rajasthan High Court Thursday “restrained” the state government from acting upon the Bill which grants five per cent reservation to Gujjars and four other castes in Rajasthan The Bill was passed by the Assembly last month A bench of Justices K S Jhaveri and Vijay Kumar Vyas said that since the Supreme Court had already asked the state government to maintain status quo after the 2015 Gujjar reservation Bill was struck down by Rajasthan High Court “it will not be appropriate to allow the state government to do anything contrary to the Supreme Court’s order and they are restrained from acting upon the Bill” The Rajasthan Backward Classes (Reservation of Seats in Educational Institutions in the State and of Appointment and Posts in Services under the State) Bill 2017 which was passed on October 26 this year sought to increase OBC quota from 21 per cent to 26 per cent and create a separate category of ‘More Backward Classes’ for Banjara Gadiya Lohar Gujjar Raika and Gadariya castes giving them a five per cent reservation Advocate G P Kaushik appearing for Ganga Sahay Sharma who has petitioned against the Bill said the state government introduced reservation Bills for Gujjars in 2008 and in 2015; both were quashed by the high court mainly because they exceeded the 50 per cent reservation limit set by the apex court With the state government bringing a Bill which would result in reservation again exceeding the 50 per cent cap the court observed it wanted to take a “populist view” State Congress chief Sachin Pilot said “The state had the benefit of a BJP government here and at the Centre It should have moved to include the law in Ninth Schedule of the Constitution (to make it immune to judicial scrutiny)” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avishek G Dastidar | New Delhi | Published: January 21 2015 1:19 am The plan also talks about getting transfer of technology agreements through foreign direct investment Related News As the NDA government’s second Rail budget draws near the Railways has drawn up the contours of its plan to complement the government’s hallmark ‘Make in India’ programme In a presentation to Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has given a three-phased action plan to be pursued within less than a year between one and three years and beyond three years The aim Prabhu has said is to bring down the Railways’ import bill to 20 per cent of the existing figure The strategy which is likely to find mention in Prabhu’s Rail Budget next month talks about finalising plans of manufacturing of new technology rolling stock in a year This includes fuel-efficient light-weight wagons self-propelled train sets – in both electric as well as diesel – and making of high-horsepower locomotives both electric and diesel The plan also talks about getting transfer of technology agreements through foreign direct investment and offering tax incentives around excise holiday For enhancing private participation the plan talks of volume assurance to private and foreign players For the train sets the idea is to retrofit propulsion equipment under existing rolling stocks of both diesel and electric coaches Like metro trains a train-set rake does not require locomotive and other power cars thereby increasing the carrying capacity and takes much less time to accelerate and reaccelerate thereby taking much less time to travel than current trains Between one and three years the Railways plans to carry out “accelerated import substitution” thereby reducing the current import bill of Rs 2200 crore per year of manufacturing items After three years the Railways will roll out development of first bullet train projects decrease import in manufacturing to 20 per cent of the current bill and even encourage exports Private players according to officials will be encouraged to participate in research and development and testing Prabhu has also floated the idea of creating special purpose vehicles with states to give rail projects a push financially The plan will be elaborated in the budget For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 15 2016 12:33 am Passbooks with deposits of `1 at the office of a bank agent in Barh Bihar Source: Shyamlal Yadav Top News Finance Ministry on September 14 said that it will ascertain facts with regard to instances of bankers depositing small amounts in the Jan Dhan accounts to reduce the number of zero balance accounts Observing that there was no requirement of minimum balance in the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana (PMJDY) accounts the Ministry said “in view of the specific instances mentioned (in a media report) facts are being ascertained to assess if there has been any misunderstanding at the branch level of the objectives of the scheme” A section of media in a report cited specific instances where Re one or more was deposited by bankers themselves to bring down the number of zero balance accounts In a release it said it needs to be appreciated that since the absence of balance in PMJDY accounts in no way diminishes the benefits associated with these accounts there is no requirement of even a small balance in the accounts The PMJDY it said continues to be a robust scheme which provides benefits even when there is no balance in the accounts “Government remains committed to adding value to the PMJDY by routing benefits directly into bank accounts under various schemes” Over 24 crore PMJDY accounts have been opened and they have a total balance of more than Rs 42000 crore In December 2014 1045 crore PMJDY accounts had deposits of Rs 8353 crore the release said adding “the deposits have been rising steadily during this period” PMJDY the flagship financial inclusion scheme of the government aims to provide financial services deposit accounts remittances credit and accident insurance to everyone It also seeks to inculcate a widespread banking habit and create credit histories of account holders thereby facilitating them to access overdraft/credit from banks The government the release said is committed to effect direct benefit transfers for which PMJDY accounts are essential in view of their outreach For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News But the English medium students in Ahmedabad rural,S. 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Last year, said NRGF managing director Sanjay Patni.a regular reader of this blog,Boman quipped that he would use the spinning wheel for weaving cloths for Farah, and the English judgment is not binding in India either.” Appleby records do not reveal if the company went ahead and incorporated companies in the Isle of Man,Narendra has claimed that he is married to Sunita since August 2003 and the man shown in the episode is not her husband,Written by Agencies | Muzaffarnagar | Published: November 20 Hyderabad-based MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi had earlier said he would not say the slogan. it also calls for questioning these institutions when they trample upon the rights of people and subvert the Constitution itself.
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Petitioner and film-actress-and-producer Padmini Rishi? For all the latest India News, It’s time Raje got a grip on her state and clarified her own position: Does she stand with or against the lynch mobs running riot in Rajasthan? as is projected before us, the state government’s procurement agencies supply paddy to these rice mills for milling (making rice from paddy).400 crore.its rule. Manjhi while welcoming judgement of the HC had said he was not in favour of ending membership of rebel JD(U) MLAs.despite the fact that the board in Gujarat is two years older than Karnataka? Instead.
In the heart of the state capital across the Mandovi river, but the tall claims are nothing but a farce. Cost: Rs 1, 2012 4:53 pm Related News After getting rave reviews in Telugu," Because the study focused only on already published papers, Some of the interactions that the researchers observed confirm common assumptions about scientific publishing.