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Trade unions in Asia India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea IndustriALL Consultant

, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea IndustriALL Consultant industriallyoon@gmail.com Relationship between workplace unions and global unions workplace No union Non- Unionised Workplace YES union Independent Union (in-house) National Center Industrial Federations or Unions Workplace unions ITUC Global Unions India Workers (2005): 464.3 million Trade unions (2005): –68,544 registered unions (but, only 7,812 union “returned” to government) –24,601,589 registered/


India. Already KNOW NEED to Know Will Learn Words to Know   Ganges River   Arranged Marriages   Subsistence Farming   Caste System   Monsoons.

been swept away during monsoon rains.   Despite the potential for destruction, the summer monsoons are welcomed in India. Farmers depend on the rains to irrigate their land. Graphic Organizer (Right Side) Politics: Federal Republic, Parliamentary Democracy History: British colony. Gandhi fought for democracy and independence Pakistan: Divided India between Hindu and Muslim. Both have nuclear weapons. Environmental Issues: Pollution of the Ganges River Economy/


Mrs. Rosiline Mary Mr. S.Ketheeswaren Mr. N. Vishvanath MSc(LIS). Students Bharathidasan University Federated Searches over Indian Repositories: A Study.

, whether these be abstracting and indexing databases, full-text e-journal services, CD-ROMs, library catalogues, information gateways or local collections. FEDERATED SEARCH AT INDIA  Cross Archive Search Services for Indian Repositories: This service is a part of the ongoing project "Development of OAI-Based Institutional Research Repository Services in India", sponsored by Department of Scientific & Industrial Research, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of/


Electoral Politics. Republic of India A federal republic with a parliamentary system of government capital: New Delhi.

–state governments have more room to maneuver when central government is weak since 1998 Federal system considerable center-state conflict when ruling political party in a state is different from national ruling party Parallel state structure Formal political structure / Upper House Rajya Sabha (Council of States) not more than 250 members –12 are nominated by the President of India –the rest are indirectly elected by state Legislative Assemblies The Council of States can not be dissolved –members have terms/


Where Are We Coming From?

began to improve girls education program. Establishment of 12 new universities to enhance access to a Federal University in all states. Significant improvement in students performance in public examinations from 23% in 2010 to 39% in 2012 for WAEC and 9% in 2010 to 31% in 2012 for NECO 2) Special Intervention Establishment of a High Impact Fund to support higher institutions of learning to become Centers of/


An Analysis. This entry in the notification exempts services provided to UNO or specified international organisation. UNO has not been defined and it.

the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs of the Central Government, (v) the International Olympic Association or a federation recognised by the International Olympic Association or (vi) a federation or a body which regulates a sport at international level and its affiliated federations or bodies regulating a sport in India; 11. Services by way of sponsorship of sporting events organised:- (a) by a national sports/


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by the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs of the Central Government, (v)the International Olympic Association or a federation recognised by the International Olympic Association; or (vi)a federation or a body which regulates a sport at international level and its affiliated federations or bodies regulating a sport in India; Services by way of sponsorship of sporting events organized,- (a) by a national sports/


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Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs of the Central Government, (v) the International Olympic Association or a federation recognised by the International Olympic Association or (vi) a federation or a body which regulates a sport at international level and its affiliated federations or bodies regulating sports in India; 38 11.Services by way of sponsorship of tournaments or championships organised,- (a) by a national sports/


The law and Indian medicines in the USA Professor Amir Attaran Canada Research Chair Institute of Population Health and Faculty of Law.

the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI). The constitution gives both Federal and State governments regulatory powers. These are divided rather schismatically. The Federal drug safety laws are obsolete: both the Drugs and Cosmetics Act (1940), and the Rules (1945) remain in force. Later amendments (e.g. 2005) have not kept pace with global standards. There are extremely dangerous lacunae in Indias obsolete laws. Lacuna 1/


Wal-Mart In India What’s the Impact of Giant Retailers?

in IndiaSetup Wholly Owned Subsidiaries in India Sell only to Whole SellersSell only to Whole Sellers Cannot sell to Retail CustomersCannot sell to Retail Customers Whole Sellers are defined as “Government certified Whole Seller who holds a Sales Tax registration Number” Whole Sellers are defined as “Government certified Whole Seller who holds a Sales Tax registration Number” Regional Government Rules In Addition to the Federal/


AADHAAR – India’s experiment with the Universal ID Number Anit N. Mukherjee National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi Presentation.

delivery – Financial inclusion – Transparency Timeline: 18 months from August 2009 Target: To cover 600 million in 5 years Focus: The poorest sections of the population Public Service Delivery – Both Federal and State governments – Overlapping beneficiary sets – Overlapping programs with same target group Financial Inclusion – Only 5% of India’s population had bank or post office a/c until 2005, increased to 20% now/


Negative List & Mega Exemptions in Service Tax Presented by CA Virendra Parwal B.Com, FCA, LLB. 1 Workshop on Service Tax at ICAI Jaipur Branch on 04 th.

manager for participation in a tournament or championship organized by a recognized sports body;  another recognized sports body; “recognized sports body” means (i)The Indian Olympic Association, (ii)Sports Authority of India, (iii)A national sports federation recognized by the //2011- TRU dated 10-5-2011 20.Services by way of transportation by rail or a vessel from one port in India to another of the following goods:-  relief materials meant for victims of natural or man-made disasters, calamities, /


® IBM India Research Lab © 2006 IBM Corporation Challenges in Building a Strategic Information Integration Infrastructure Mukesh Mohania IBM India Research.

Mapping (nicknames) Integrated Information Data Service ODS cache XMLSQLWeb Services IBM India Research Lab 6 Challenges in Integrating Information  Structured and unstructured data  Diversity of data sources /in a standard way  Viewing a collection of data resources as a single integrated entity  Placing data so as to exploit available processing/storage for performance and scale Lower TCO IBM India Research Lab 10 Distributed Data Management and Grid Computing Collaboration & data sharing Federation/


Virtual techdays INDIA │ 9-11 February 2011 The Whole New Windows Azure Platform Management Portal Saranya Sriram │ Developer Evangelist, Microsoft.

current “primary server” for read and write operations (based on SQL session) – Security, lockdown and isolation enforced in SQL tier Highly scalable and state-of-the-art HA technology – Automatic failure detection; client request re-routed to new/ and load balancing across shared resource pool virtual techdays INDIA │ 9-11 February 2011 Windows Azure App fabric Internet-scoped overlay-network bridging across IP NATs and firewalls with federated access control Service Bus – Expose RESTful or SOAP services/


Swiss politics and political institutions: 2a) Federalism and Municipalities Prof. Dr. Andreas Ladner iMPA 2011.

of national level F.Financial disparities between the federal units and mechanism of equalization Stalder 1999: 3 | ©IDHEAP – andreas.ladner@idheap.unil.ch | | 30/06/2015 | The Constituent Units  From 2 (St. Kitts and Nevis, Bosnia-Herzegowina) to 50 (USA) or 86 (Russia)  The largest unit may be bigger than many countries (Uttar Pradesh in India: 160 million people, California: 34 million)  Some/


Chapter 28 Government Profiles

communist state of the People’s Republic of China, and the constitutional monarchy of Japan, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role of the citizen in terms of voting rights and personal freedoms. The Republic of India Became independent of Great Britain in 1950 Became a federal republic – has a parliamentary democracy 3 Branches of government: Executive, legislative, and judicial The Republic of/


Human Resource Practices in India

” to “human resources.” Please read the following articles to get a better understanding of employment laws in India: Employment Law (scroll to Employees Rights and Remuneration) : http://www.iptu.co.uk/content/india_employment_law.asp. Doing business in India: http://www.indialaw.org/laws.html#law1. ©SHRM 2008 Federal Employment Laws The Minimum Wage Act of 1948 established minimum wages that vary from state to state/


Economy of India. Economic System Mixed economy that is moving away from a command system Mixed economy that is moving away from a command system India.

past engineering and computer science. Corrupt tax system makes operating a business in India difficult. For whom to produce? Food production is for people of India (mainly for their own family) software and business process outsourcing industries expanding markets for private Indian companies. CommandMarket $ India Federal Republic of India (Federation) a national government as well as 28 state governments President and a Prime Minister. the leader of/


I D B I C A P I T A L 1 Public Pension Fund Management in India Conference on Public Pension Fund Management September 24-26, 2001.

of requirement n State Govt Bonds yield 15-20 bp over Federal Govt n Govt Bond yields have fallen sharply in the past four years EPF Rate I D B I C A P I T A L 39 PF Rate compared to Mutual Funds n Mutual Funds is a nascent industry in India l Experience for only 2-3 years n Equity Funds/


Political Institutions & Parties

state governments have more room to maneuver when central government is weak since 1998 Federal system considerable center-state conflict when ruling political party in a state is different from national ruling party Parallel state structure Formal political structure /Upper House Rajya Sabha (Council of States) not more than 250 members 12 are nominated by the President of India the rest are indirectly elected by state Legislative Assemblies The Council of States can not be dissolved members have terms /


WEL-COME TO ALL SOCIAL STUDIES PPT. TOPIC –FEDERALISM. PRESENTED BY. Sh.K.SETHI.TGT S.St. Sh.K.SETHI.TGT S.St. JNV PHULBANI ODISHA.

. is at the centre & the state Govts. At the state level. Example-India. CENTRIPETAL In centripetal form of federalism here some small states are united, joined and make a confederation. This kind of federalism is called as Centripetal federalism. Example- USA. FEATURES OF FEDERALISM. The followings are some of the major features of federalism. Two sets of Govt. Division of power. Double citizenship Written constitution. Independent judiciary/


1 LEGAL PRACTICE BILL [B20 – 2012] Comparative Perspectives: Australia, Ireland, India, Namibia, Nigeria, United States of America and Zimbabwe (5 June.

Education Committee with 5 members of Bar Council and 5 co-opted (academics). Has established a Directorate. 5 India State Bar Councils: Composition: Between 15-25 advocates elected as council members; Advocate-General ex officio member. Term/ certificates (issued yearly on payment of fees). Need fully-staffed independent professional standards office in each state of the federation to deal with complaints against lawyers and bring disciplinary action against them before an independent disciplinary/


Pakistan. Pakistan’s Creation Originally part of British India. The British initially widened the divide between the Muslims & Hindu’s in a strategy to.

offers a fertile roadway into India for possible invasion. Partition and Bloodshed  Millions leave their homes to resettle in Hindu and Muslim lands  Hindu-Muslim violence erupts during this movement; one million die Some basics… Independence on August 14, 1947 East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) and West Pakistan 4 provinces: Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan, NWFP 3 territories: Azad Kashmir, Federally Administered Tribal Areas, and Gilgit/


8th class: Self-Rule: Distribution of Powers Thomas Fleiner Prof. Thomas Fleiner*/ Prof. Dr. Lidija R. Basta Fleiner Theories and Praxis on Peace, Federalism,

, Spain, Malaysia Australia Expenditure competence: high:Malaysia, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, USA low:India, Spain ex.aut.regions Harmonization Tax system is harmonized in: Switzerland, Australia, Canada Germany, Malaysia Russia Spain Not harmonized in: USA, Brazil, India Borrowing: all federal States except Nigeria, requires governmental approval (Germany?) No race to the bottom, but also in some states competition Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfer Reduction of Regional Fiscal Disparities Three/


Asia/Pacific AMHS Implementation Workshop AMHS Description and Implementation December 15-16, 2008 Chennai, India.

9705 (2005) Identified states with major backbone network responsibility Australia China Fiji Hong Kong, China India Japan Singapore Thailand USA Federal Aviation Administration 19 These BBIS would implement AMHS with ATN Router ATN/OSI (AMHS) AMHS/ China Thailand Fiji India Singapore Australia North America Europe Middle East Africa 27 Federal Aviation Administration Asia/Pacific ATN Regional Router Plan Federal Aviation Administration 28 Conclusion The ATNICG has envisioned that States in the region with /


India By Maya and Lindsay GOV/ECON Government: federal republic Government: federal republic Capital: New Delhi Capital: New Delhi Economy: open market,

India By Maya and Lindsay GOV/ECON Government: federal republic Government: federal republic Capital: New Delhi Capital: New Delhi Economy: open market, industrial deregulation Economy: open market, industrial deregulation / the lalbagh botanical garden. Have a great dinner at blue ginger Day 3 Calcutta third most populated city in india, with a population of around 5 million. third most populated city in india, with a population of around 5 million. Go to park street cemetery, tipu sutan mosgue then dinner/


Southern & Eastern Asia Government SS7CG7a. Compare and contrast the federal republic of The Republic of India, the communist state of The People’s Republic.

.state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/humanrightsreport/index.htm#wrapper Federal Republic of India India has 28 states and seven union territories that have the independence to settle problems of law and order *This is already typed on your table in the other column* (individual states in India are more tightly controlled by the central government than states in the U.S.) Based on the information about/


Colonization Timeline Terry Luong. British East India Company gained control of all Indian trade Occurred June 27, 1757 The British Company defeated the.

. Gandhi Assassinated January 30, 1948 Gandhi was assassinated by a Hindu radical who believed Gandhi was too nice to the Muslims. India Becomes a Democracy 1950 India adopted democratic elements of both American and British systems with the fact that they are a federation of states and a parliamentary government. With over a billion people residing in India, it is the world’s largest democracy.


GHSGT in Social Studies McEachern High School. Social Studies GHSGT 90 multiple-choice questions. 4 possible answer choices; only one is the correct answer.

the global social, economic, and political impact of the Cold War and decolonization from 1945 to 1989. – Analyze the revolutionary movements in India (Gandhi, Nehru), China (Mao Zedong), and Ghana. – Describe the formation of the state of Israel. – Explain the arms/to unionize. After passage of the Wagner Act, industrial workers began to unionize. Describe the Wagner Act The American Federation of Labor (AFL) was hesitant to organize industrial unionism, because it was committed to craft-based workers such /


Domestic Regulation Related Barriers faced by Developing Countries in Developed Country Markets by Suparna Karmakar Developing Countries and Services Negotiations.

Market Access (Article XVI) and National Treatment (Article XVII) obligations Disciplines on all services or only those in which the Member has taken specific commitments? Depth of disciplinary action: entails obligations on federal and sub-federal levels, and quasi-government institutions 25 years of ICRIER - Linking India to the World Economy GATS & Right to Regulate: US-Gambling Case The main issue here relates to/


The Government of India What type of government system is used in India? How is power shared in India? What is the role of the citizen in India?

type of government system is used in India? How is power shared in India? What is the role of the citizen in India? Government System The government of India is a federal parliamentary democratic republic. Citizens elect representatives to make decisions on their behalf. The central or national government has three branches 1.Executive 2.Legislative 3.Judicial Executive Branch The executive /


COMPARATIVE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION MPA 503 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN INDIA LECTURE 26 1.

RESULT OF POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL CHANGES. 2 INDIA INDIA IS A FEDERATION WITH A PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM GOVERNED UNDER THECONSTITUTION OF INDIA WHICH SERVES AS THE COUNTRYS SUPREME LEGAL DOCUMENT. IT IS A CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC AND REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY, IN WHICH "MAJORITY RULE IS TEMPERED BY MINORITY RIGHTS PROTECTED BY LAW“ FEDERALISM IN INDIA DEFINES THE POWER DISTRIBUTION BETWEEN THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE STATES. THE GOVERNMENT ABIDES BY CONSTITUTIONAL/


UP TO 70% OF WOMEN EXPERIENCE VIOLENCE IN THEIR LIFETIME.

UP TO 70% OF WOMEN EXPERIENCE VIOLENCE IN THEIR LIFETIME RISING CASES OF CRIMES AGAINST GIRLS IN INDIA WHAT CAN WE DO? Presenting, FREEDOM FROM FEAR HOW? Make them SELF RELIANT TRAIN THEM IN SELF DEFENSE Presenting, Freedom from Fear is a Women Empowerment initiative by KOOH Sports in association with Taekwondo Federation of India (TFI) based on the approach that all women should be better prepared to/


Mohammad Waseem.  The 1935 India Act (federation-in- making)  The 1940 Lahore Resolution: maximum provincial autonomy (a con-federal formula?)  The.

Mohammad Waseem  The 1935 India Act (federation-in- making)  The 1940 Lahore Resolution: maximum provincial autonomy (a con-federal formula?)  The 1947 Independence of India Act (Section 92-A): Centres powers of dismissing provincial governments  A quasi-federal state?  Two wings of the state: State elite (West Pakistan)/ demographic preponderance (East Pakistan)  One-province-dominates-all  Military-bureaucratic formula for the 1956 and 1962 Constitutions: --One Unit/


FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS MARKET DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE (MDA) SCHEME ADMINISTERED BY DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MINISTRY OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY.

-focus area with ceiling of Rs.15.00 lacs. ACTITIVITIES UNDER THE FOCUS-AREA PROGRAMMES FEDERATION OF INDIAN EXPORT ORGANISATIONS Reverse Trade Visits of Foreign Buyers/Delegates for participation in BSMs i)Return Airfare in economy excursion class upto entry point in India and hotel charges ii)Venue Charges iii)Other organizing expenditures (All other expenses relating to stay, per diem allowance, local travel etc/


Asia Government. Distribution of Power Unitary a form of government in which power is held by one central authority.

appoints and dismisses the Ministers of State. Yukio Hatoyama has been prime minister since 16 September 2009. COUNTRY TYPE OF GOV’T How do they become leaders in this country? Form of Leadership PersonalFreedoms? India Federal Democracy President – Electoral College Prime Minister – Head of Majority legislative branch President – head of state Prime Minister – head of gov’t 18 and older vote ChinaRepublic(fake/


A2 Historical enquiry: India and the British Empire, 1757-1947.

President Truman demanded repayment of lend-lease Labour decided to transfer power to a united independent India within the new Commonwealth What happened 1946? Cabinet mission proposed two new constitutions – a) loose federation b) two state – neither was accepted Communal violence increased Britain made secret plans to / and its Legacies’ Consider how far Britain is to blame for what happened in India after the handover Rosemary Rees textbook chapter on partition – wraps things up. Give to them to analyse


Indian constitution Part I abhishek s arackal. EAST INDIA COMPANY PHASE Regulating act 1773Pitts India Act - 1784Charter Act - 1793C A - 1813C A - 1833C.

OF LEGISLATIVE COUNCILS 2. REPRESENTATIVE SYSTEM IN INDIA ICA - 1909 MORLEY-MINTO REFORMS FIRST ONE JOINED IN COUNCIL IS SATYENDRA PRASAD SINHA SEPERATE ELECTROTE FOR MUSLIMS INDIANS IN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF VICEROY GOI ACT 1919 MONTAGUE CHELMSFORD REFORMS CREATED NEW OFFICE FOR HIGH COMMISSIONER OF INDIA IN LONDON ESTABLISHED PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION INTRODUCED BICAMERALISIM GOI ACT 1935 ESTABLISH ALL INDIA FEDERATION RESIDUE POWER WITH CENTRE POWER DIVIDED BETWEEN/


Southern & Eastern Asia Government SS7CG7a. Compare and contrast the federal republic of The Republic of India, the communist state of The People’s Republic.

.state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/humanrightsreport/index.htm#wrapper Federal Republic of India India has 28 states and seven union territories that have the independence to settle problems of law and order *This is already typed on your table in the other column* (individual states in India are more tightly controlled by the central government than states in the U.S.) Based on the information about/


India. India: Thinking back What do you remember about India from what we learned before Christmas Break? Write it down in your notes..

after independence government ended Caste system, however, it is still evident in Indian Society -Hindi- -Official language of India -English -Used in Business and Government Both Originated in India India Today Government –1950 India established its own constitution –Federal Republic The Republic of India Similar to the system of Great Britain –Federal Parliamentary Democracy Federal = Power is Divided between federal and state Democratic Citizens get to vote fairly. Ages 18 Parliamentary -Prime/


Government in South Asia January 29, 2015. After Independence  When Britain first granted the Indian colony its independence, the Indian National Congress.

countries?  2. What type of government does India have?  3. Who is in charge of India’s government?  4. Who has the right to vote in India?  5. Who do the people of India vote for?  6. Who elects the president of India?  7. What type of government does Pakistan have?  8. Who is in charge of the federal government of Pakistan?  9. Who has the right to vote/


Southern & Eastern Asia Government SS7CG7a. Compare and contrast the federal republic of The Republic of India, the communist state of The People’s Republic.

.state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/humanrightsreport/index.htm#wrapper Federal Republic of India India has 28 states and seven union territories that have the independence to settle problems of law and order *This is already typed on your table in the other column* (individual states in India are more tightly controlled by the central government than states in the U.S.) Based on the information about/


PREPARED BY DEVNA MATHUR  USA - The federal government: carries out the roles assignment to the federation of individual state.  INDIA - India has.

federation of individual state.  INDIA - India has a parliamentary system of government based largely on that of the United Kingdom. The legislature is the Parliament. It is bicameral, consisting of two houses: the directly- elected, Lok Sabha indirectly-elected and appointed Rajya Sabha..  USA - Small family: parents and the children.  INDIA - Big family: parents grandparents and children living in/ a reputation to get the job done.  INDIAIn India also the end result is the most important. However/


As far back as 1875, in Britain, the Friendly Societies Act, enacted the definition of old age as, "any age after 50" Most developed world countries have.

) There were more than 36,000 assisted living facilities in the United States in 2009, according to the Assisted Living Federation of America in 2009 Assisted Living Federation of America Elder care facilities are residential family care homes/Homes for Elderly People to be established within Public Institutions and Organizations. WE, The People of INDIA CONSTITUTIONAL PTOTECTION Fundamental Rights Directive Principles of State Policy LEGISLATIVE PROTECTION Personal LawsCriminal Law GOVERNMENTAL PROTECTION /


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identification proof mandatory for its services, and others are soon to follow.The Times of India reports. 9/13/2010 India Launches Universal ID System with Biometrics India has launched an ambitious program to fit each of its 1.2 billion residents with /fed into a database, where it can be shared with other agencies and databases, and mined or analyzed. LinkLink Millions in federal grant dollars have been handed out to police agencies nationwide for ALPR devices. The groundwork has been laid for weaving /


GOVERNMENT IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA

democratic. c. Describe the two predominant forms of democratic governments: parliamentary and presidential. SS7CG7 The student will demonstrate an understanding of national governments in Southern and Eastern Asia. a. Compare and contrast the federal republic of The Republic of India, the communist state of The People’s Republic China, and the constitutional monarchy of Japan, distinguishing the form of leadership and the role/


Goal 3 Knowledge Sharing & Knowledge Services Update from Knowledge Sharing Committee SAI India 1.

also has six observers.  The last meeting of the KSC Steering Committee was held in New Delhi, India in September 2013.  The next meeting of the KSC Steering Committee would be held in October 2014 in Cairo, Egypt. 3 Comptroller and Auditor General of India Working Groups & Task Forces SAI India - Chair SAI Russian Federation - Goal Liaison. Working Group on Public Debt (Chair: Mexico) Working Group on IT/


Web statistics 1 Sub header text. Welcome There are more than 25 federal countries in the world today, which together represent 40 per cent of the worlds.

Quebec, October 1999 2nd International Conference on Federalism in St. Gallen, Switzerland, August 2002 3rd International Conference on Federalism in Brussels, Belgium, March 2005 4th International Conference on Federalism in India, November 2007 5 th International Conference to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2010 Learning Activities in Partner Federations AustraliaAustriaCanada IndiaMexico Nigeria Switzerland GermanyEthiopia Learning Activities in Partner Federations Australia; The Forum has held Global/


POLTICS ECONOMY AND SPORTS PERFORMANCE PRESENTED BY DR. RAJESH KUMAR IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION P.G.G.C.G. SECTOR -11, CHANDIGARH.

advise the Government on the coordination of all programmes and activities in the field of Physical Education and Recreation in the country. In 1954, the School Games Federation of India was formed in order to organise and conduct annual Inter-state / National Championships in games and sports for the school students of various age groups. In 1956, A National Plan of Physical Education and Recreation was prepared by/


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