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Wednesday, September 16, 2015
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BSE to auction investment limits for Rs 561 crore government bonds
Friday, August 28, 2015
The Bombay Stock Exchange
Leading bourse BSE will auction, on Monday, investment limits for
foreign investors to buy government debt securities worth Rs 561 crore.
The auction will be conducted on BSE's ebidxchange platform from 1530
hours to 1730 hours after close of normal market hours on August 31,
the exchange said in a circular.
The debt auction quota gives overseas investors the right to invest in the debt up to the limit purchased. Depository
data showed that total investments, including limits acquired by
foreign investors through the auction route, stood at Rs 1,23,876 crore
till August 6, which is 99.5 per cent of the total permitted investment
limit of Rs 1,24,432 crore in government debt securities.
exchange would conduct an auction for the allocation of unutilised debt
limits on August 31. A mock bidding session would be conducted today to
check the system performance, BSE (formerly known as Bomabay Stock
Exchange) said. During earlier auctions, government bonds have always
been subscribed multiple times, given the huge interest among foreign
investors, while the demand for corporate bonds remains less. Earlier
this month, National Stock Exchange (NSE) conducted an auction for
government bonds worth Rs 556 crore, which attracted bids worth Rs 974
investors are allowed to invest up to USD 25 billion (Rs 1,24,432
crore) in government debt securities through auction while an
investment of up to USD 5 billion (Rs 29,137 crore) is permitted 'on
tap'. Further, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is in talks with the
government to reset FII limit in government bonds in rupee terms.
NRI puts girl in Telangana school, adopts it
Friday, August 28, 2015
NRI’s daughter, Lalitha, teaches her classmates at a government school. (Photo: DC)
With an aim to help make government schools a better place, an NRI has
enrolled his only child in a government school in Hyderabad to prove
that practice is better than preaching.
Machiraju, a native of Cheerala of Guntur district who was working as a
middleware consultant in Colorado, returned to India in 2013 despite
having a chance to apply for the coveted green card.
initially enrolled his daughter in a private school. However, he
shifted her to the Zilla Parishad High School of Kapra this year.
realised that unless I am a stakeholder I won’t be able to do justice
to my aim of making India a better place for everyone. I am a part of
the school development team now,” Mr Machiraju said.
Lalitha Praneetha, his daughter, who is in Class 8 now, accepts that the transition wasn’t easy.
Initially, Praneetha found it difficult to strike a conversation with the classmates and teachers due to her accent.
was a bit hard initially. I am really not used to taking notes. Also,
the teaching methodology in the American school was very interactive.
Here, it is mostly rote learning and hardly anyone actually understands
the subject,” the 13-year-old said of her experience of three months in
the government school.
Praneetha and her dad now teach around five to six kids from her class in their free time at their house.
“I usually help them with mathematics, English and biology and at times, computer basics,” said Lalitha.
“The school is teaching me important life lessons,” the child said.
we were learning why child labour should be banned, one of my
classmates missed school as she had to work in place of her ailing
mother,” Praneetha said, adding that the school also taught her that
“not just currency notes, even coins can keep one happy’.
Praneetha engages with the kids, Mr Machiraju engages with the parents.
He has launched “Organising for the Future,” a community engagement
platform and has henceforth not taken up any high-paying jobs and is
focusing on training people in vocational courses and life skills.
Machiraju has no plans to go back to the US or take up a job in India.
“I will do this as long as I can. I can always take up farming in my
village,” he said with a confident smile.
University Grants Commission calls student elections
Thursday, August 27, 2015
University Grants Commission has asked universities to implement the
directions of the Supreme Court seeking implementation of the Lyngdoh
committee report submitted to it in 2006. The Lyngdoh committee recommended conduct of student elections in all universities.
the absence of elections, students are to be represented in the
decision making bodies of the varsities like the executive council and
academic senate. The
Lyngdoh committee cautioned that student representation, in lieu of
elections, must only be an interim measure and elections are mandatory
in the long term.
The Lyngdoh committee was formed in 2005 by the Union human resources (HRD) ministry based on an order by the Supreme Court. The
court accepted the recommendations of the Lyngdoh committee in 2006 and
directed that they be be implemented by all universities.
of the varsities in the state are following the directions. Pursuant to
this, the UGC wrote to universities asking to ensure that the Supreme
Court directions are implemented fully.
50 per cent CBSE schools have poor sanitation
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
It is not just State Board schools but even schools belonging to the
Central Board of Secondary Education fall short on providing proper
sanitation facilities to students.
to the National School Sanitation Initiative, nearly half the CBSE
schools have poor sanitation facilities and require urgent attention.
Most of these schools are the prestigious Kendriya Vidyalayas.
Union HRD and urban development ministers along with the Germany-based
GIZ had developed norms under the NSSI and advised schools, affiliated
to the CBSE as well as those that are state-run, to obtain ratings for
themselves. Schools are divided into different categories depending on
the kind of facilities they have.
CBSE had tied up with GIZ, or Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale
Zusammenarbeit, to provide methodologies and approaches.
to the NSSI, only 85 CBSE-affiliated schools in TS and AP have obtained
ratings. Of which 44 were rated red. Red indicates that sanitation
facilities are grim and adherence to norms is below 33 per cent.
Osmania University students wait for post-graduate results
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Osmania University's post-graduate students are awaiting results even
after three months of their semester exams. The most annoyed are those
who took the final semester exams and are planning to apply to other
universities or for competitive exams.
such student belonging to the chemistry department said, “Earlier the
university used to declare results by July and it used to work out for
students as by many universities have last dates for applying to PhD in
August. Even some job notifications by the Centre have the last
application date in August.
the Telangana agitation results have been coming late. This year August
has almost come to an end and still results have not yet been released,”
the student added.
When an official
from the examination department was asked about this he said, “The exams
were conducted in May for regular students and for those with backlogs
it was held in June and some exams in July. The results for the regular
as well as backlog exams will be released together because of which it
took time. Moreover, in OU double valuation is done for all papers. We
will soon start releasing results department-wise and by September first
or second week all the results will be out.”