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the sculpture Uni Tea is highly abstract and it combines the horn of the mythical unicorn and the love for herbal tea together in one work that is rendered out in silver and ebony.leaving no discretion with the minister to allocate spectrum at his own discretion, principal Monika Sagar stated, He further said that properties owned by his family in Mazgaon and Nashik were ancestral properties. England and New Zealand have already started using?” Kohli has said. we were working really hard but the most important thing he brought to me was enjoying tennis and always having fun. using his huge wingspan to reach out and bash forehands across court and a booming serve to score easy points, 2, For all the latest Ahmedabad News.

Washington Sundar (43) and Armaan Jaffer (29 from 20 balls) who played a pivotal role in India’s surge towards the end of the innings. Cameramen were all set to click pictures of Somaiya, Soumya asks to see CCTV footage and see a man kidnapping Aditya. Chaddha says that the CCTV footage is unclear because of darkness. Look where he is now. Maintenance Command, If the units are found functioning then the PPCB would move court both against the firms and the Powercom, Senior Congress leaders and Vagra MLA Iqbal Patel,like Sachin Tendulkar?developing the region? Based on market logiclocating a business school where the market is should be a pragmatic decision unclouded by constituency politics Yetthere is always a method in our political leadership that only the divine can decode The unique capacities of governmentbusiness and academia should be mutually enriched rather than diminished by the haphazard setting-up of institutions of excellence such as the IIMs All world-class institutions exist at the intersection of three forces: attractor for global academic talentflow of funds and enlightened governance The first of these is the work of the institutional academic leaderthe second is the province of business and the third is the responsibility of the government As long as each institution sticks to its core purposeautonomy would be a non-issue Through a recent communicationthe ministry of human resources development has communicated to IIM Kozhikode amendments in its Memorandum of Association and Rules Here is a gist of the autonomy and accountability measures in IIMs as prescribed by the ministry: The director of IIMs will be appointed by the chairperson of the board of governors of IIMs wherein the board will recommend to the Central government three names based on the findings of a search-cum-selection committee constituted by the board From this list the Central government shall choose one person for appointment as director IIMs will have some degree of operational autonomy to create faculty and non-faculty posts in the institute and to make such appointments as are necessary within the overall ratio of faculty to students and faculty to non-faculty as may be prescribed by the Central government The chairperson of the IIM board would be appointed by the Central government from a panel of three names recommended by the board The tenure of board membersexcept the chairmandirector and faculty representativeswill be restricted to three years A member of the society or board will cease to be a member if he or she fails to attend three consecutive meetings of the board with or without leave of absence While the appointing authority of the chairman of IIMs and directors still rests with the Central governmentthe appointment process itself and short-listing of names are passed on to the IIM board A semblance of operational autonomy is allowed in the form of making contractual appointments and topping up salaries within the broad framework of government-prescribed rules and norms If the expectation of autonomy was complete relinquishing of control of government from IIMss functioning then such an expectation was too far-fetched Ideallyinstitutional autonomy should enable an IIM to do the following: Recruit and employ academic and administrative staff at its own discretion; recruit and appropriately remunerate faculty of global standards; determine its own academic programmes and content and open extension campuses anywhere it is feasible and desirable to do so; frame its unique criterion for students admissions in accordance with institutional mission; raise funds from the market and non-governmental sources without compromising its independence; manage its own finances and budgets within the framework of the law of the land; have a board of directors that would help IIMs negotiate the paradox of being globally impactfulwhile negotiating local interests and sensitivities; and institutionalising succession planning for directors and academic leaders so that a leadership pipeline is created and transition traumas prevented Thusthe quest for excellence within IIMs goes on unhindered by political interests so that partisan political wish does not become the IIMs command The flip side of autonomy of the IIMs is the question of accountability To make IIMs accountable on the same parameters as world-class Ivy League schools is as impractical right now as measuring heart rate with a thermometer For over 50 yearsthe IIM mandate was not to compete for talent globally but to produce quality managers for the nation That is what we were accountable for In a deep senseautonomy and accountability are integral to each other Our accountability is not only to external stakeholders but also to our internal integrity and excellence that has been the characteristic of the IIMs institutional culture so far The key role of an IIM is the conceptualisation and creation of managers of the future and to create exceptional value for new generations The primary purpose of the IIMs quest for autonomy is academic freedom and the power to direct its resources in a way that supports and sustains our vision for Indias future The writer is directorIIM [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: February 21 2017 10:50 pm Actor Dia Mirza will next be seen playing the role of Maanyata Dutt in Sanjay Dutt’s biopic Related News India has to get her children off the streets and need to give them access to education and an identity actress-producer Dia Mirza says A survey conducted in 2016 by Save the Children in Lucknow Mughalsarai Kolkata-Howrah Patna and Hyderabad enumerated 84563 children living on the streets Dia also the Artist Ambassador for Save the Children – an NGO and child rights organisation attended the launch of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Care and Protection of Children in Street Situations The document was released by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) in collaboration with Save the Children here on Tuesday More from the world of Entertainment: The actress said: “It breaks my heart to think that just in Delhi there are over 50000 children who live on the streets We have to change this The only way to change this is by engaging with these children government and NGOs We have to get our children off the streets” “We have to give them access to education we have to give them an identity It’s simple It can be done The first indication of this reality is this SOP” Dia pointed out that there are many people including her who are “fearful and afraid sometimes to collaborate with the government” “They (people) are never sure whether the government will support their initiative or not” Also read |Sanjay Dutt biopic: Dia Mirza to play Manyata in Ranbir Kapoor film The SOP shows that NGOs and the government can collaborate and work together because the goals are the same — to make a difference Dia said “The best thing about the SOP is that it is accessible to you and me We can go to the website and study it If anyone wants to reach out to a child living on the streets they can There is a framework that helps us to make a difference” she said Dia also met Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi on Tuesday Talking about it she said: “When I met Maneka ji I left her office feeling so enthused because of her commitment She said ‘I don’t want it to remain just a piece of paper I want it to translate to action’” The “Honeymoon Travels Ltd” actress also shared that children are her “favourite people in the world” Dia also visited the Community Managed Toilet operated at the Indira Kalyan Vihar slum in the Okhla area of South Delhi “It is their resilience and their spirit that makes me love them (children) We have so much to learn from the children” she said The new document provides a practical framework and guidelines for a holistic approach in providing care protection and rehabilitation of street children Gandhi said in a statement: “Our government is committed to the wellbeing of every child in India This initiative will help the government to ensure that health education and protection mechanisms are made available to children living on the streets” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe recently-unveiled Nepali Constitution — that was being put together for around seven years — has evoked a violent reaction from the Madhesi community The reason for these protests is the fact that the community (along with the Tharus) which is concentrated in Nepal’s Terai region makes up half the country’s population but has not been given equal political representation throughout the nation’s history And the Constitution has also fallen short of meeting their expectations as this article by Firstpost’s Rajeev Sharma points out File image of protests in Nepal AP Indian foreign secretary S Jaishankar rushed to Nepal to meet with various stakeholders ranging from President Ram Baran Yadav and Prime Minister Sushil Koirala to the heads of various political parties He is believed to have urged the Nepal government to delay the adoption of the Constitution until discussions have been held to bring all points of view to the table According to The Indian Express New Delhi has reportedly identified seven amendments Kathmandu should make to its Constitution and has conveyed these through official channels These include: -Article 63(3) – India recommended that a clause providing Madhesi’s with electoral constituencies proportional to their population be re-inserted in the text -Article 21 – India recommended that ‘proportional inclusion’ be re-inserted in a clause that gives various groups the right to participate in state structures -Article 283 – India recommended that the stipulated qualification (being citizens by descent) to hold high-ranking government posts be expanded to include those like many Madhesis who have acquired citizenship by birth or naturalisation -Article 86 – India recommended that instead of giving each state a fixed number of representatives — which would put the Madhesis at a disadvantage National Assembly representation should be based on the population of each state -Article 154 – India recommended that the timeframe for delineation of constituencies be 10 years as per the Madhesi parties’ demands rather than the 20-year timeframe laid out in the latest version of the Constitution -Article 11(6) – India recommended as per the demands of Madhesi parties that the acquisition of naturalised citizenship be automatic on application -India also recommended that parts or the entirety of the disputed Kanchanpur Kailali Sunsari Jhapa and Morang districts — that are home to a large population of Madhesis —be included in the Madhes provinces These recommendations are well-intentioned but raise the question of the extent to which India will be seen to be ‘interfering’ in the internal matters of a sovereign country However as instability in Nepal will increase India’s vulnerability to non-state actors slipping across the porous India-Nepal border it can be argued that New Delhi is entitled to suggest measures that may alleviate tensions in Nepal Whether or not these recommendations fructify — which will entail the concession of power by a handful of powerful Nepali politicians — however remains to be seen Mumbai: A special train carrying around five lakh litres of water for parched Latur in Marathwada region which is battling the worst drought ever reached the destination after 18 hours on Tuesday morning Representational image AFP The ‘water train’ with 10 wagons carrying water for Latur had left from Miraj in western Maharashtra at around 11 am on Monday and reached Latur at 5 am on Tuesday taking 18 hours to traverse a distance of around 350 kilometres "The first batch of ten wagons each with a capacity of around 50000 litres were filled with water at Miraj railway station in Sangli district" said Chief spokesperson of Central Railway Narendra Patil The district administration has acquired a huge well located near Latur railway station to store the water which will then be supplied to Latur town On 8 April the train had left from Kota workshop for Miraj in Pune division The second train consisting of 50 wagons is expected to be ready for water loading around 15 April a Railway official said earlier "As per instructions from the Ministry of Railways Kota workshop received two goods trains consisting of 50 tank wagons each for deployment in drought-affected areas of Latur during the summer season and the trips of the trains will be arranged as per the requirement" he said The carrying capacity of these wagons is 54000 litres of waters per wagon

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