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Skill Formation in the Unorganised / Informal Sector in India

categories of vocational education prevalent in India today: Lower school stage (since 1993-94); Class 10+2 stage (Vocationalisation of Secondary Education - since 1988-total training capacity is estimated at about 10 lakh per annum); at the specialised level Vocational Training – Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD); Ministry of Labour and Employment (MOLE) MHRD – Minimum level of training required higher secondary education - through degree, diploma, certificate/


An Indian Perspective on IT & Engineering Programs: The Quality Imperative Vijay Bhatkar International Institute of Information Technology, Pune, India.

have not been able to match upto the quality benchmarks of publicly funded premier institutes. Gap in Quality Education in India Although the number of students enrolled in higher education institutes has grown significantly over the years… Growth in Enrollments – Higher Education Gap in Quality Education in India …However, there remains a sizeable unmet demand for top quality professional education InstituteAnnual Intake Average number of applicants IIT’s 3,800170,000-> 2% success rate IIM/


A STORY between Flanders and India. CHAPTER 1 BEGINNINGS.

million new faculty required for 30% GER Distortion of higher education landscape Shortage of school teachers: 1 million European Challenges 25% decline in welfare level European Challenges 2060 1/3 population over 65 in most European countries (EC eurostat) Massive retirement of baby boomers Increasing costs of health care systems Increasing costs of pension systems Complementarity The India Platform Vision A social translation of globalization: “Globalization does/


Education and Equity Michael Kremer Harvard University April 2009.

achievement 0.1 to 0.15 s.d. in government schools and low-quality private schools  Reduced fees at higher-quality private schools by 21 percent Community monitoring: Other cases  Interventions in rural communities in India  Meetings on school conditions  Meetings plus community participation in student testing  High household participation but no impact on performance of village education committees school involvement/knowledge of parents teacher absence  School/


Nov 19, 2006 1FKSTA: Cape Town ICT: Education – Technology - Development Uday B. Desai Dept. of Electrical Engineering IIT-Bombay, Powai Mumbai, India.

: Cape Town ICT in India and Africa? Computer and Internet Penetration in India and Africa, almost comparable Computer and Internet Penetration in India and Africa, almost comparable Number of Internet users in India almost twice that in Africa Number of Internet users in India almost twice that in Africa Cellular penetration and users much higher in Africa Cellular penetration and users much higher in Africa Key Reasons for ICT flourishing in India Strong Emphasis on Education even during hard/


PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE OUTLINE Session 1. INTRODUCTION OF ALL IN MBA CLASS !!! Self Entrepreneurship story !!! Nature and development of Entrepreneurship.

system in place. Companies that follow other world wide Systems Companies that have quality problems from HR problems Companies that are Struggling to survive in todays market !!! STANDARDIZATION IN INDIA/Education to supplement their Entrepreneurship qualities. 4. Programs and incentives for Entrepreneurs to start business in back ward areas 5.Develop Entrepreneurial talent in India, In/ Debtor-Velocity= ReceivablesX360 days –Higher the ratio higher the efficiency Creditor/Velocity=CreditorsX360divide /


Address to be delivered in STI Workshop at Tehran, Iran, July 26-31, 2015.

. 54 Discovery is scholarship driven Solution based strategy is market & society driven Innovation is competition driven In India the Innovation eco-system is relatively weak on account of mismatch of development and poor risk bearing capacity in the manufacturing sector. 55 Set the right legal and technological infrastructure in place. Liberalize higher education, now. Realize that innovation triggers growth. Provide incentives to innovative organizations who significantly invest/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Chapter 9: Development The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography.

encouraged. Rostow Model © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Explain the usefulness of the model in understanding contemporary social and economic change with reference to the following: –Cultural differences Rostow’s model does not account for differences in religion, language, political beliefs, profit motive, colonial legacy, or gender. Religion—In India, Hindus may hinder development of middle class b/c of caste system preventing upward mobility. Political beliefs/


Prof. Vasudha Kamat Vice Chancellor SNDT Women’s University Prof. Vasudha Kamat Vice Chancellor SNDT Women’s University ICT Integration in Higher Education.

’s University Prof. Vasudha Kamat Vice Chancellor SNDT Women’s University ICT Integration in Higher Education ICT Integration in Higher Education National Seminar on Governance of Higher Education National Seminar on Governance of Higher Education 9/5/20152 Agenda  ICT and Twenty-first Century Skills  Impact of ICT in Higher Education  National Initiatives  Institutional level e-Governance Prof. Vasudha Kamat, SNDTWU, India 9/5/20153 ICT and Twenty-first Century Skills Prof. Vasudha Kamat/


P K Jain & Geeta Khulbe. Genesis and Growth of NKC The Prime Minister of India, Dr. Man Mohan Singh constituted National Knowledge Commission on 13th.

is flexible, sustainable, inclusive and creative. It suggests for significant increase in public and private investment in Vocational Education and Training (VET). Higher Education India has one of the largest Higher Education System in the world. There were only 20 Universities and 500 in Colleges at the time of independence in 1947 but today there are 416 Universities out of which 251are State Universities, 24 Central Universities, 103 Deemed Universities, 5 Institutions/


John Asha Stamenka Daniel Kanwar Uvalić-Trumbić Who’s Afraid of Cross-Border Higher Education? A Developing World Perspective.

? help developing countries develop their HE systems? Can cross-border higher education What is Cross-border HE? Can it help developing countries develop their HE systems? - A ccessibility - A vailability - A ffordability The Challenge - World Conference on HE (1988) - WCHE + 5 (2003) The Challenge - World Conference on HE (1988) - WCHE + 5 (2003) The reality of cross-border HE in: -- India -- Jamaica -- Sierra Leone “ to judge from/


© Educomp Solutions Ltd, September, 2011 Grooming Young India - Trends and Opportunities in Education 1 www.educomp.com NICT- Guwahati 2nd Sep. 2011.

and learning management system called Class Transformation System (CTS) A centralized software solution plays an important role in order to properly manage all training systems, provides quality content accessible in different ways Classroom collaboration/ Analytics Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) © Educomp Solutions Ltd, April, 2011 Technology Trends in Higher Education in India Internationalization will become a dominant theme Global-accreditation & Certifications will become the gold standard /


INDIA HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2011 TOWARDS SOCIAL INCLUSION To the Members of Parliament 26 th April 2012 Institute of Applied Manpower Research Planning.

 Employment, Asset Ownership, and Poverty  The Right to Food and Nutrition  Health and Demography  Education: Achievements and Challenges  Supporting Human Development: Housing, Electricity, Telephone, and Roads  Vulnerable Groups 59 Disabled  Magnitude  Official estimates of disability in India is around 2 percent  Estimates using more inclusive definitions suggest a higher incidence of disability (of at least 5-8 percent)  Number of disabled persons increased from/


1 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON REVISIT INDIAN EDUCATION VISION-2020 Sushma Berlia President, EPSI.

with self – regulation is important for quality assurance  The type of education imparted should make the student employable  Flexibility in programmes & courses  Multiple entry and exit system, provision for lateral entry  Industry participation in disigning of curriculum, teaching-learning process and research & development 6 Education in India Indian education system largest in Common wealth countries and 2 nd largest in the world next to USA.  Tremendous Growth since Independence  But still/


Universities as Seed Farms of Innovation to Sustain India’s Economic Growth Shyam Sunder, Yale University Colloquium on Reforms and Internationalization.

is the result of the investments made in education during the past fifty years Indian system focused on educating bachelor’s degree holders to meet the current demand Not even top one percent of the students attracted to careers of scholarship The quality of instruction and scholarship in Indian higher education is in a steep decline Sunder: Seed Farms of Innovation in India Planting the Seeds Enjoying the fruit of/


Borderless Higher Education: Challenges Ahead Dr. Hans de Wit Dean Windesheim Honours College, VU University Amsterdam/Windesheim University of Applied.

, India, Malaysia and South Africa are examples of countries that have recently introduced restrictions on institution and programme mobility. Consumption Abroad Consumption abroad is the provision of the service involving the movement of the consumer to the country of the supplier;Consumption abroad is the provision of the service involving the movement of the consumer to the country of the supplier; In higher education/


NAMIBIA 29 August 2005 Public Lecture ODL in an international context: trends, prospects and challenges.

? help developing countries develop their HE systems? Can cross-border higher education What is Cross-border HE? Can it help developing countries develop their HE systems? - A ccessibility - A vailability - A ffordability The Challenge - World Conference on HE (1988) - WCHE + 5 (2003) The Challenge - World Conference on HE (1988) - WCHE + 5 (2003) The reality of cross-border HE in: -- India -- Jamaica -- Sierra Leone “ to judge from/


India and the Knowledge Economy: Leveraging Strengths and Opportunities Carl Dahlman and Anuja Utz World Bank Institute November 9, 2004 New Delhi.

info Extension services: agricultural Using knowledge Depends on cost and benefits Depends on education, skills, complementary inputs Depends on economic and institutional regime © K4D, WBI Performance in Innovation Over Time Global R&D Effort in Comparative Perspective ©© K4D, WBI Source: World Bank SIMA Database Potential for Innovation Key Elements of the Innovation System in India India is endowed with a critical mass of scientists, engineers, and technicians/


National Knowledge Commission Government of India National Knowledge Commission 2009.

Network Libraries School Education Vocational Education Higher Education Innovation Agriculture Health e-Governance NKC Strategy Knowledge Pentagon Challenges National Knowledge Commission Government of India School Education Recommendations National Knowledge Commission Government of India School Education Central legislation for the Right to Education backed by financial commitment: –NKC endorses the speedy enactment of a central legislation that will ensure the right of all children in the country to/


Education Loans Revised- July 2014. Introduction –Education Scenario in INDIA, Latest trends, Why Education loans Customer Insights –Potential of Education.

their opting for Education Loan Lack of funds for higher studies is a huge deterrent Why Education Loans? No specialized financial institutions catering to education loan market in India Education loan volumes are growing at 35-40%per annum driven by: –High priority on education in the Indian culture –Privatization of post-secondary education –Emergence of private high-end educational institutions –Rising costs of education –Introduction of online system for processing loan applications/


Building India 2022- A Human Resource Super Power Partnering to Establish India as the Skill Capital of the World February 10, 2016.

Aimed at delivering expected outcomes Inclusiveness Equal opportunity for all sections of society to participate in higher education www.centumlearning.com 35 India 2022- Human Resource Super Power Readiness Index Awareness about the issues, opportunities 2 1 2 3 4 Articulate & Elaborate policy, procedures and PPP formats 2 Detailed systems and procedures for skills for employability 1 Regular to establish, control and correct standards 1/


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Effects of Colonialism/Imperialism on India. Dadabhai Naoroji, former president of the Indian Congress, described the effects of British imperialism on.

Britanica – law and order creates political unity previously unknown in India Best railroad system in Asia, 4,000-40,000 miles National Postal and telegraph system Canal system irrigates millions of acres Public health measures against cholera, smallpox, etc. lower death rate Famine relief system aided millions when harvests were poor New schools at all levels – English is used in higher levels of ed. – study ideas of democracy and/


Innovative Approaches to Engineering Education – An Indian Perspective CAETS Symposium & Annual Meeting  Budapest  June 27-28 2013 Indranil MANNA J C.

and Consultancy Institutions (2), Institutions of National Importance (30). Establishment of the National Commission for Higher Education and Research Higher and Technical Education Engineering Education in India Weakness and Problems:  Very small PhD Scholars (~1000-2000/year), Very few post-doctorates  Poor Academia-Industry interaction, need to revamp engineering education system, faculty-mentoring/assessment/support services  Need to redefine goals/quality, pursue excellence, introduce sense of/


Education System in India. History of Education in Indian Subcontinent The "history of education in the Indian subcontinent began with teaching of traditional.

Education System in India History of Education in Indian Subcontinent The "history of education in the Indian subcontinent began with teaching of traditional elements such as  Indian religions,  Indian mathematics,  Indian logic at early Hindu and Buddhist centres of learning such as  Taxila (in modern-day Pakistan) and  Nalanda (in India) before the common era.  Islamic education became ingrained with the establishment of the Islamic empires in the Indian subcontinent in the Middle Ages while/


Indian Higher Education: Negotiating Globalization and the Knowledge Economy Fazal Rizvi University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign July 2008.

aim is to transform India into a vibrant Knowledge economy. This entails a radical improvement in existing systems of knowledge as well as the creation of avenues for generating new forms of knowledge. (NKC 2006) July 2008 Five Aspects of the Knowledge Paradigm Access to Knowledge: Literacy, Libraries, Translation, Language, Networks, Portals Knowledge Concepts: School education, vocational education, higher education, open and distance education, professional education (medical, legal, management/


Teachers as Gurus to Build a Prosperous, Powerful, Intellectual & Ethical India By Dr T.H. CHOWDARY Director: Center for Telecom Management and Studies.

3.75 mln grads/year Young 17 Y/22 Y to are in Varsities: Asian AV 15%; world AV: 30% THC_CTMS S397_OCT 08 How Equipped is India for Higher Education *Suggest: Begin having a University for each District * Every Private / the Vedic period. Even today, the largest used number is Peta: 1015.  The place value system, the decimal system was developed in India in 100 BC.  India invented the Number System.  Zero was invented by Aryabhatta. THC_CTMS S397_OCT 08 BHARAT MAHAN! : Science & Technology  Sushruta/


Examples of SBE training and curriculum in EU an Italian experience Mumbai October 16th 2004 Francesca De Filippi, Irene Caltabiano Polytechnic of Turin.

European dimension of vocational training systems and practices. Francesca De Filippi, Irene Caltabiano Polytechnic of Turin – Dipt. Casa - Città HIGHER EDUCATION LEVEL Higher education plays a central role in the development of both human/ Obiective: to promote sustainable partnerships between higher education institutions in Europe and Asia. Participants: European Union Member States and: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal/


Envisioning of CEC’s objectives and goals and realigning in the context of HE policies on ICT & e-learning 16 th November, 2011 Pradeep Kaul Senior Consultant,

Higher Learning connected through BSNL Internet + VPN Plan. As on Sept, 1, 2011, 375B+10M Universities and 12435+194 Colleges have been connected CONNECTIVITY (Net) Tools for setting up of Virtual labs for quality enhancement are being developed, so that the learners in distance education system/ INDIA: 240 Million Homes Medium Scenario in India India enjoys 24% & 29% growth in Internet & telephone connectivity respectively. Tele density in India is 52.74%. Medium (As on March 31, 2010) Installations in /


Trade Policy, Inequality and Performance in Indian Manufacturing Kunal Sen IDPM, University of Manchester.

towards the involvement of the private sector in the provision of vocational skills and in higher education. Given the state ’ s fiscal constraint in expanding places in publicly funded universities and institutions, this can come about with a more liberal attitude towards the involvement of the private sector in the provision of vocational skills and in higher education. Finally, the role of manufacturing in India’s future economic growth One surprising feature/


The education system in india & abroad - Shivani Gupta F.Y.IT.

as a link between primary and higher education. A child’s future depends a lot on type of education the child receives. HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIA Higher education of india is one of the most developed in the entire world. Its scenario is improving in quantitative and qualitaive terms. Students from various parts of the world are coming to india for achieving higher education. LEARNING CURVE AMERICAN EDUCATION SYSTEM American education system requires that students complete 12 years of/


Imagining Universities as Seed Farms of Innovation to Sustain India’s Economic Growth Shyam Sunder, Yale University University Administration and International.

system is focused on educating bachelor’s degree holders to meet the current demand Few of the top students in India are attracted to careers of scholarship With its inability to attract even the top one percent of each year’s class into PhD programs, the quality of instruction and scholarship in Indian higher education is in a steep decline Sunder: Seed Farms of Innovation in India Planting the Seeds India/


INDIA BUDGET 2009 IMPACT OF BUDGET 2009 ON TAX LAWS.

ON INCOME TAX IS WITHDRAWN EXCEPT CORPORATE ASSESSEE. EDUCATION CESS OF 2% & HIGHER EDUCATION CESS OF 1% REMAINS INTACT AS SAME AS IN LAST YEAR INDIA BUDGET 2009 Deduction in respect of Interest on loan taken for higher education (section 80E ) Section 80E of the Income-/ profession” or “Income from other sources”, shall be computed in accordance with either cash or mercantile system of accounting regularly employed by the assessee. The Hon’ble Supreme Court, in the case of Rama Bai Vs. CIT (181 ITR400) has/


Indian Education – The Regulatory Maze. Form and Character of Not-for-Profit Entity Trust, Society and Section 25 Company are recognized forms of ‘not-for-profit’

for higher education and research End of multiple regulatory bodies in higher education (UGC, AICTE, etc., will be subsumed in the NCHER) covers imparting of higher education through both conventional or distance education systems All /in the functioning of educational institutions The Foreign Educational Institutions (Regulation of Entry and Operations) Bill, 2010 aims to regulate the entry and operations of foreign educational institutions imparting or intending to impart higher education in India/


Strategy for Increasing India’s Share in Global Exports of Made-ups

Stipend programme for Secondary School Education in rural areas Regulations in Law such as “Citizens shall have the right to receive vocational education.” Skill Development: The Chinese Model VET System in China – School and Outside school system Vocational Education and Training (VET) School based Primary Education Junior Secondary Senior Secondary General Higher Education Vocational Junior Secondary Vocational Senior Secondary Vocational Higher Education Outside School System Pre-employment training, On/


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estimated 18,064 colleges and 379 universities and has the one of the best and largest higher education system in the world. Both central government and state governments are responsible in formulating their own polices relating to higher education. India has excellent instructors for higher education but cannot meet the ever growing demand for quality education. Canada can take the advantage of this situation has an opportunity to invite students from/


Chapter 1 and 2.

Hammurabi, it demanded an “eye for an eye,” but it placed a higher value on human life and demanded kindness and respect toward all people. The Hebrews/caste could reach nirvana. Brahmins opposed these teachings, and Buddha gained few followers in India during his lifetime. After his death, however, Buddhism spread throughout Asia. It /the economy. They standardized the currency and the system of weights and measures. Trade also during the Han Dynasty. In education, five texts known as the Five Classics were/


Accounting Education and Research as Infrastructure for a Modernizing Economy Shyam Sunder James L. Frank Professor of Accounting, Economics and Finance,

made in education during the past fifty years Today, most of the system is focused on educating bachelor’s degree holders to meet the current demand Few of the top students in India are attracted to careers of scholarship With its inability to attract even the top one percent of each year’s class into PhD programs, the quality of instruction and scholarship in Indian higher education is in a/


Bharatha Rathna M Viswehariah

say“When the world hears that the U. S American’s say“When the world hears that the U.S. education system is in decline, we scare away those who would otherwise come here to study. To keep America competitive, we must keep /resulting in dissatisfaction in terms of their career goals. This means that they would look for an change in employer or more likely pursue higher education in short to medium term to fast track their careers. In India, engineering graduates may pursue M. E. /M. Tech. or MBA In India, /


Building Brand India: Doctoral Education and Research as Infrastructure for a Modernizing Economy Shyam Sunder Yale School of Management New Haven, CT,

made in education during the past fifty years Today, most of the system is focused on educating bachelor’s degree holders to meet the current demand Few of the top students in India are attracted to careers of scholarship With its inability to attract even the top one percent of each year’s class into PhD programs, the quality of instruction and scholarship in Indian higher education is in a/


Universities as Seed Farms of Innovation to Sustain India’s Economic Growth Shyam Sunder, Yale University SSN College of Management and Computer Applications,

system is focused on educating bachelor’s degree holders to meet the current demand Few of the top students in India are attracted to careers of scholarship With its inability to attract even the top one percent of each year’s class into PhD programs, the quality of instruction and scholarship in Indian higher education is in a steep decline Sunder: Seed Farms of Innovation in India Planting the Seeds India/


India Partnerships Management and Regulation Pawan Agarwal Tim Gore.

education system; (3) meeting the education demand of the country; (4) preventing brain drain; and (5) attracting foreign capital into education Professor Sudhanshu Bhushan, Address to CABE August 2009 Shri Sibal said that his Ministry was in the process of formulating the structure for an overarching body for higher education that would be responsible for higher education/pdfs/grr-India-oct09_ag0908174.pdf British higher education institutions are entering into collaborations with Indian universities in a /


Global Competence as New Literacy: Why, What, and How Yong Zhao, Ph. D University Distinguished Professor Director, US-China Center for Research on Educational.

now clearly behind even Third World students in India and China, in addition to being in 24th place among developed countries. Source: http://www.2mminutes.com/pressblog6.html 2007 China India But… http://www.weforum.org/pdf//In December 2002, the Chinese Ministry of Education issued a policy designed to reform assessment and evaluation in elementary and secondary schools. This document, entitled Ministry of Education’s Notice Regarding Furthering the Reform of Evaluation and Assessment Systems in/


PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION ON CAREER & COURSE OPTIONS AFTER 10 th & 12 th STANDARD 1 Integrated National Development In Action I.N.D.I.A. TRUST.

, hotel,… Institutes School of Interior Design, Ahmedabad University of Madras Avinashilingam Institute of Home Science & Higher Education, Coimbatore Integrated National Development In Action I.N.D.I.A. TRUST 126 FINE ARTS - 1 Career & Course Options after /. Railway Services Railway department being one of the largest service in India, has lot of departments – Production, Electrification, Professional, training, computerised systems, etc. Politics and public life Entry into Lok Sabha, Raj Sabha/


“ Evolution of Technological Universities in India and the way Forward for 21st Century Technological Universities” Prof. P.B. Sharma Vice-Chancellor Delhi.

Delhi Technological University vcdtu@dce.edu, pbsharma48@yahoo.co.in vcdtu@dce.edupbsharma48@yahoo.co.in Opening Remark India’s higher technical education system is on the threshold of major institutional reforms. It is the right time to envision a bright future and create the desired eco-system to develop Technological Universities of 21 st Century in India. Tech Education in India-The Glaring Disparity We find a glaring disparity between leading/


Montgomery College, MD and India Team to Address 21 st Century Workforce Needs Innovations 2012 Conference Philadelphia, PA March 4, 2012 Dr. DeRionne.

Conference U.S. State Department Interest in Higher Education Department of State provides support for international higher education initiatives such as the well-known Fulbright Program Montgomery/in India, Brazil, and China Impact of globalization and technology on Community College System and their evolution Impact and success of India in developing an accessible and affordable post-secondary model of education based on US Community College System – Post-American Community College Model Passport to India/


HSERV 482 # 14 INDIA and CHINA. Review so far: Key ideas Primordial Epidemiology: "caring and sharing" Conception to age 2-5 is most critical period for.

interdependence between achievements BEFORE and AFTER reforms in 1979 accomplishments in education, health care, land reforms and social change in pre-reform period made significant contributions to lesser achievements in post- reform period China: Pre-reform achievements GNP per capita growth in pre-reform China not really higher than India, Grain production averaged 301 kg in 1955-7 and 305 kg in 1975-77, chronic undernourishment declined because of: –redistributive/


Empowering Rural India with Financial and Social Inclusion

Immigration & Visa Gram Panchayats India Portal Pensions Police e-Office Property Registration Posts Transport Treasuries Health Education Public Distribution System The Mission Mode Projects as a part of NEGP will continue to be implemented in India regardless of the changing / Panchayat => 1 branch => servicing more than 1,500 household Families. Both VSL and VLE will benefit from higher transaction volumes. Economies of Scope to drive Profits of the VLE - As new services are added and Transaction /


EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH ASIA. COMPARING EDUCATION SYSTEMS: PAKISTAN AND INDIA  Overall South Asia has low levels of health and education  Why.

Literacy Rates - Rampant teacher absenteeism - Low reading, writing and Math scores Higher Education - A highly centralized system - Low gross enrolment ratios - Paradox of brilliant graduates and a dysfunctional education system - Difficult to get into HIGHER EDUCATION : SOME CONCERNS India has significant advantages in the 21st century knowledge race: It has a large higher education sector — the third largest in the world in student numbers, after China and the United States. It uses English/


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to be made. Supreme Court decision in the case of : Manipal Academy of Higher Education – vs – RPFC. [2008 – LLR – 243] Note:- Reliance placed on earlier interpretation given by the Apex Court in Bridge & Roof case- [1963(2/ also initiated measures in instituting various assistance schemes to take care of needy and weaker sections of population. COVERAGE UNDER INSTITUTIONALIZED PROVIDENT FUND SYSTEM IN INDIA INDEX COVERAGE UNDER INSTITUTIONALIZED PROVIDENT FUND SYSTEM IN INDIA Non-Contributory Schemes /


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