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” read a statement from the organisation that has surfaced in social media. Actors Vijay and Vikram were the latest celebrities to voice their support for Jallikattu. A journalist was there who asks various questions to Aaliya and makes her uncomfortable when Raman reaches there and says that Aaliya is the only daughter in law of Bhalla family and he’ll prove the annulment. As she was about do that Ishita reaches there and holds her hand. visiting a programme that Pratham was running. When we walked into a school we saw a group of teachers sitting on the verandah enjoying the mild November sun; the head invited us to sit with them “No classes today” “No The Pratham people are here They are doing a great job Very sincere” “How about the rest of the standards — isn’t the Pratham programme only in third and fourth” “Well the older children have not shown up today And the ones who have come are busy” She motioned towards the other end of the verandah where a couple of sixth or seventh standard girls were minding twenty-odd first and second standard children We did not know what to say The conversation drifted towards the problem of student attendance “Parents these days care more about getting some work out of the children” she offered with no apparent sense of irony There were no classes going on in the other school either Except the ones conducted by the Pratham team The younger kids were sitting under a large tree watching lunch being prepared The head invited us to join him at his table “Aren’t you teaching” “I don’t teach” He motioned towards the register suggesting that it keeps him busy The teacher who does teach was out for the day “Her problem is that she is very beautiful One of the people in the district administration keeps harassing her” “The whole system is corrupt When I first took the job we were paid a few thousand rupees Now I get paid so much that I can’t spend it The problem is that people take the job for the money” That was a first — someone complaining about being paid too much The usual presumption is of course the opposite — that high salaries are the way to attract the best people and motivate them — and this is the stated justification for why UP pays teachers more than ten times the state’s per capita GDP For comparison the highest ratio of maximum teacher pay to per capita GDP in Europe is in Cyprus where it is close to 25 Yet it is clear that such a high pay could be counterproductive attracting the wrong kind of people Perhaps in the old days when teachers were poorly paid people went into teaching because they valued the respect that good teachers got from the community and therefore strove to do their job well Perhaps also the fact that they needed the money more encouraged them to work harder on becoming known as a good teacher so as to be able to attract students for tuitions All of this is compounded by the fact that there is no obvious reward for performance Those who are absent a lot and put no effort into teaching get their raises just like those who do Children are promoted automatically and for the most part there is no one who is keeping track of what they are learning It cannot be easy unless you are especially motivated to muster up a lot of enthusiasm for teaching a bloated syllabus to kids who have as Pratham’s Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) shows year after year mostly fallen way behind This is why this year’s release of ASER needs to be greeted with more than the usual worried nod; it is true that the bad news is not new but it’s really bad as the deputy chairman of the planning commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia acknowledged while releasing the report — 78 per cent of children in standard III and 53 per cent of children in standard V cannot read a standard II level text Moreover this year’s data removes all doubt that the scores have substantially deteriorated after 2009 ironically the year the Right to Education Act was passed We are in a crisis; we might as well call it that The good news is that Ahluwalia is not the only one There seems to be a permeating sense of a crisis in the upper echelons of the federal government and some of the state governments Acknowledgment of the problem from the very top of the hierarchy down to the district administration will be essential if teachers are going to be persuaded to take teaching seriously Perhaps one reason why Bihar and Punjab do relatively well in ASER while Tamil Nadu does badly is that the state leadership in those states recognises that there is a big problem while Tamil Nadu has mostly taken the view that the ASER data is wrong Once there is agreement on this issue there is a lot that there can be done (in addition to trying to get teachers to care) Ahluwalia mentioned remedial teaching to help children catch up — the state and/or district authorities in Bihar Haryana Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Punjab UP and West Bengal have teamed up with Pratham to develop these kinds of programmes He also mentioned that the insistence on covering the syllabus often at the expense of teaching the child is a big problem We could not agree more Finally one idea that is gaining increasing traction inside and outside government is increased reliance on public-private partnership and private schools We know from the work of Karthik Muralidharan and others that private schools deliver at least as much learning at a fraction of the cost because unlike government schools they pay teachers market wages At the same funding level they may be able to do much better At some level this is acknowledging a fait accompli: In 2013 about 28 per cent of rural children were in private schools up from 18 per cent in 2006 Yet there is a risk that the public-private partnership idea becomes the new mantra — a new distraction a new way to avoid asking the real question If private schools are really going to be a large part of the solution what happens to the million and more teachers on the government payroll Given their political weight it is unlikely that any government will let them go The large majority of teachers and perhaps students will thus remain in government schools and finding ways to make them work has to be a matter of national urgency Betting entirely on private schools and letting the entire government system slowly bleed to death would be cynical and dangerous The initiatives taken by some state governments suggest that it does not have to be this way Banerjee is Ford Foundation International Professor of Economics at MIT US Duflo is the Abdul Latif Jameel Professor of Poverty Alleviation and Development Economics in the department of economics at MIT Abhijit V Banerjee and Esther Duflo For all the latest Opinion News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News a graduate and an LIC agent. the accused had contended that he was falsely implicated as he had asked the woman and her husband to return the money he had lent them.Written by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Published: September 6 what are you doing for your Purvanchali people? All the ruling party did was to reciprocate the aggression that the main opposition party displayed.

The Lalit Modi controversy and the Vyapam scam are serious issues that call for extensive debate in Parliament. when Occupy Central protesters — “Central” is Hong Kong’s main downtown district — advanced a civil disobedience campaign scheduled for October 1. bringing the electoral rights of Hong Kongers on par with the mainland, It ill behoves the Union ministers of home and HRD.

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That would have taken me to a different level.ideological orientation and political style the subsequent histories of the respective movements that the two men helped to found were radically different. Mashriqi staged his violent protest against the demolition of a mosque in March 1940 in Lahore while the founder of Pakistan Mohamed Ali Jinnah was issuing the roadmap for a new state for Muslims at a nearby venue Mashriqi bitterly opposed the All-shlf1314 Muslim Leaguewhich was to hijack most of his movement Under the spur of what the author calls sado-masochismMashriqi not only prescribed a weekly programme of drillmilitary exercise and social workbut also insisted on a deliberately harsh regime of corporeal punishments Smoking without permission and unsatisfactory standards of personal hygiene were seen as grave offences Anybody who arrived at the weekly training session late was publicly flogged The stated target of these assaults was the un-martial mental and physical condition produced by everyday lifeoften described as torpor or listlessness by authors such as Mashriqi or Ghulam Jilani Barq? The book says: ? who the coach – himself a school teacher – had scouted.

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