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wage earning population. Largest democracy which is comparatively stable and functions in an open set-up Strong & reliable judiciary system Robust financial markets and deep capital markets More than 735 mn population between age 15 and 59 in 2011 which is expected to grow at 2.5% p.a. over the next decade. India with literacy rate of 74%, large English-speaking workforce and having/


The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Established by an Act of Indian Parliament The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949.

in India 160K Members spread throughout the country and in different parts of the world 160K Members spread throughout the country and in different parts of the world Sizeable studentship base Sizeable studentship base Increase in percentage of members joining industry Increase in percentage of members joining industry Chartered Accountants are rendering services in every walk of economic life - Politics, Judiciary/Management Accounting Information Technology and Systems Control Business Ethics Examination /


Presented by: Research Foundation for Governance in India.

?! The Practice has not yet been Institutionalised Do you think the practice should be institutionalised? Research Foundation for Governance in India Litigation has become like the caste system, only the person having a father can enter it. –Professor NLSIU Research Foundation for Governance in India Juniors should not look at money if they want to enter this profession. How much do you get paid per/


Hierarchy of Courts.

delivered at the end of the trial. - Execution of the operative part of the judgment. System of Courts in India At National level – Supreme Court of India At State level – High Court At District and Subordinate level – Subordinate Courts (Civil and Criminal/exceeding Rs. 5000 Separation of powers Three organs of government - Legislative – Making laws - Executive – Enforcing laws - Judiciary – Interpreting laws and resolving disputes Same person should not form part of more than one of the three organs of/


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India Business Opportunities Market Access for Italian Companies Surinder K. Suri, President Global Economic Management & Associates

and creation of special economic zones Trade liberalization: reduction in tariffs, compliance with WTO regulations and creation of special economic zones Legal system: Common Law. Independent Judiciary. Protection of intellectual property rights. Company law Legal system: Common Law. Independent Judiciary. Protection of intellectual property rights. Company law VII. Markets and Penetration The diversity of India is unique in terms of geography, religions, culture, languages and attitudes and/


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a pressure for self-censorship. In systems of government where authority actually requires ‘responsible’ use, this is essentially a basis for a system of formal censorship. For this/others, for preventing the disclosure of information received in confidence, or for maintaining the authority and impartiality of the judiciary. Article 10 is a qualified right and as/.bytesforall.pk/node/39 INDIA Source: http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/can-block-websites-like-china-delhi-high-court-warns-facebook-google/


CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN PAKISTAN

SEP 1954 CA REPEALED PRODA AMENDMENT OF SECTION 9,10,10A,10B OF GOVT OF INDIA ACT 1935 (UNDER PROCESS) 24 OCTOBER 1954 MALIK GHULAM MOHD DISSOLVED CA AFTERMATH MOLVI/ NA (150 PLUS 150 MEMBERS) PARLIAMENTRY FORM OF GOVT NATIONAL LANGUAGES INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY ISLAMIC PROVISIONS CHANGE IN GOVT 8TH SEPTEMBER 1956 M.ALI RESIGNED AND HUSAIN SHAHEED SAHARWARDY BECUM PM/ YAHAYA BECUM PRESIDENT 4TH APRIL IMPLEMENTED PCO 28 NOV 1969 ABOLISHED ONE UNIT SYSTEM 25/03/1970 ISSUED LFO 7 AND 17 DEC GEN.ELECTIONS FOR NA AND/


India’s Business, Legal System & Labour Laws Raj Chakrabarti Partner Kochhar & Co., Mumbai.

India’s Business, Legal System & Labour Laws Raj Chakrabarti Partner Kochhar & Co., Mumbai © Kochhar & Co., Mumbai (2006) Kochhar & Co. Full Service Commercial Law Firm. One of the Largest Law Firms in India. Firm with a True National Presence. Representing Major International Corporations. Unique Client Satisfaction Policy. Proactive, Modern and Responsive Culture. Preferred Law Firm for most of the Fortune 500 companies doing business in India/., Mumbai (2006) …Indian Judiciary Parties are free to choose /


1-2 Unit 2 Indian Financial System : Monetary And Fiscal Policy,Economic Trends, Price Policy,Stock Exchange Of India,Role of regulatory instituions in.

,Stock Exchange Of India,Role of regulatory instituions in Indian financial system – RBI and SEBI, National Income,Role of Industry in Economic Development, Foreign Trade and Balance of Payment,Poverty in India, Unemployment in India, Inflation, Human /Budget:- Taxation is the main source of income and examples of revenue expenditure are expenditure incurred on Police and Judiciary system, administration expenditure, govt. office expenditure etc. 2. Capital Budget :- Internal borrowings (e.g. from /


The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India Established by an Act of Indian Parliament “The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949”

in India 160K Members spread throughout the country and in different parts of the world 160K Members spread throughout the country and in different parts of the world Sizeable studentship base Sizeable studentship base Increase in percentage of members joining industry Increase in percentage of members joining industry Chartered Accountants are rendering services in every walk of economic life - Politics, Judiciary/Management Accounting Information Technology and Systems Control Business Ethics Examination /


Latin American Conference on Reproductive Rights Challenges in the Construction of Ethical Discourse in Defense of Dignified Life S. Muralidhar Judge,

single location. Improvement in referral system, safe and prompt transportation. Women to be routinely considered ‘bread winners’, at least under NFBS. Improved quality of data on performance of JSY for categorisation of States as HPS and LPS. Positive impact of court intervention  Judicial intervention was effective in highlighting the issue and catalysing changes in law and policy.  Government of India launched in June 2011 another scheme/


1 United States Comparing Alternative Economic Systems.

13a Economic Functions of Government-Legal Structure United States:  The Constitution provides protection of property  An honest and independent judiciary  A sound code and laws for the resolution of contract property disputes between private parties  The right to buy, / makes the economic system worse for society the more they try to get involved. Rigid regulation has been shown, time and again, to breed corruption and to stifle growth, just as it has in India. We are happy to live in a country that/


GOVERNMENT, POLITICS, etc….  Describe the political situation in the Czech Republic before 1989. Czech Republic before 1989.  What is the situation now?

The judiciary (also known as the judicial system) is the system of courts that interprets and applies the law in the name of thestate. The judiciary also /system of government, known as the Westminster system, has been adopted by other countries as well, such as Australia (significantly modified with a supreme, codified constitution as well as a federalist senate adopted from the US Congress), Bangladesh, Canada, Kenya, India/


NHRIs and Human Rights Education and Training

participation of its officers working in Investigation Division in programmes conducted both at home and abroad. Human Rights Training for Civil Servants & Judiciary NHRC –India is continuously sensitizing civil servants in the country about human rights/ Jordan, Nepal, Uganda, Rwanda and Maldives in installing the software of Complaint Management Information System in their local language. Staff Exchange visits between various NHRIs and NHRC-India for building-up and strengthening their capacities. Release/


Integrated Child Protection Scheme Mrs. Loveleen Kacker Joint Secretary (CW) Ministry of Women and Child Development Government of India.

(CARA) functions as the Central Authority for promoting Adoptions in India The Ministry recognizes that there are gaps in the existing Adoption system The Ministry recognizes that there are gaps in the existing Adoption system A draft Scheme has been prepared to streamline the Adoption System in the country A draft Scheme has been prepared to streamline the Adoption System in the country Proposed Adoption Scheme The major components of/


I NTER -N EWS Spring 2013 Volume 35 The Newsletter of the Division of International Criminology of the American Society of Criminology In this second issue.

rate so high? Why is there such a huge backlog of cases pending trial? Is all this symptomatic of the criminal justice system’s neglect of a heinous crime simply because the victims are women? Mangai Natarajan I NTER -N EWS Page 5 The Delhi / when receiving petitions at police stations? Are there enough women in the ranks of the police and judiciary? What is being done to improve the reporting and recording of sexual crimes? When women report rape in India they are often blamed for the crime. If heard at/


2 nd EXPERT GROUP MEETING OF SAWEN Country Presentation – India 29 January, 2011 Paro, Bhutan.

Launching of “tigernet” ; a web enabled reporting system for tiger & other wildlife mortality (in association with TRAFFIC India) Launching of “tigernet” ; a web enabled reporting system for tiger & other wildlife mortality (in association with TRAFFIC India) Creation of STPF in 13 Tiger Reserves Creation of STPF in 13 Tiger Reserves Launching of “M-STrIPES” in selected Tiger Resereves Launching of “M-STrIPES” in selected Tiger Resereves Successes: contd. Guidelines for/


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. One of the most Ancient and Living Civilizations Dates back to more than 5, 000 years. Glimpses of India Parliamentary System of Government With a Bicameral Parliament & three branches: The Executive, Legislative and Judiciary. Well Developed Independent Judiciary System The Supreme Court : Apex Judicial Authority. High Courts in every State & Lower Courts at Town levels. Existence of Arbitration Mechanisms outside the Courts. Languages English is the/


India’s Political Circus Ramesh Menon. Politicians? Ugh! What are the things that come to your mind when you think of India’s politicians?

capture power by dividing the voters on basis of caste, religion, language, sect and region. Poor intelligence gathering system Security system in shambles. Poor professionalism. Inter department rivalry. Do not share information. No team spirit. Poor security leadership. Poor technology/ factors play their role in India. Which caste are you from? Which community? What is the kind of money you spend? What kind of manipulations can you do to sway public sentiment? Collapsing Judiciary Badly needs reforms Is /


The Role of the Board in Related Party Transactions Jospeh A. McCahery University of Amsterdam 2006 OECD Policy Dialogue on Corporate Governance in India.

Dialogue on Corporate Governance in India New Delhi February 16-17, 2006 Setting the Theme Related Party Transactions Play important and legitimate role in economy But if left / bar press Seldom uncovered by regulators Board responsibility: establish effective detection system Role of Corporate Governance Detect and deter expropriation via Theft Fraud Related/ante control of self-dealing, controlling for Log GDPpc and efficiency of the judiciary. Anti-Self-Dealing Index and Ln Firms / Pop Figure IV : Partial/


11-January-20061 Fostering India ICT to Global Reach : e-Governance Solutions & Products A Value Chain from NIC M.Moni (Sewa Ratna Award 2006 – The Centenary.

in Catalising “Informtics for Development” in India. Informatics & Productivity National Informatics Centre – Meeting the People Needs 11-January-20064 Mission V“Reaching the Unreached” V“from Digital Divide to Digital Opportunities” to facilitate “informatics-led development” V“e-Government” (e-service, “e-Governance”, e-Democracy and e-Judiciary/ informatics specialists, network engineers, information science specialists, systems analysts, hi-tech programmers, and IT Trainers NIC has a/


POL 312 Comparative Politics This course intends to examine different political systems from a structural-functional perspective. Why are there different.

second part of the course examines different political systems in the world such as the United States, France, Russia, India, Nigeria U.K, Brazil and China. Chapter 1 Comparative Political Systems 1. Issues in Comparative Politics Structural Framework and Main definitions:/s Congress (NPC) – legislative 2. State Council-executive functions 3. Communist Party Leadership 4. Judiciary: Supreme People’s Court Supreme People’s Procuratorate Party Structures National Party Congress Central Committee: Exercises the/


Strengthening Climate Justice Initiatives: Focus on Farmers Presented by- Dr. Kirit Shelat-Executive Chairman, NCCSD-INDIA 1.

. By Public leadership we mean both elected and non elected members of public Governance System-and it includes all three wings-the legislature, the judiciary and executive. NCCSD’s Initiative-on Climate Justice NCCSD has held an International conference on in November 2014,this was addressed by Chief Justice of India and presided over By Governor of Gujarat. There were more than 400 participants/


India and International Environmental Law

Diversity Act, 2002 National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 Role of Judiciary Judiciary is playing a major role in the development of Indian Environmental law Judicial activism Judicial Decisions “/a dam is well-known in India and, therefore, the decision in A.P. Pollution Control Boards case will have no application in the present case.” Precautionary /while living within the carrying capacity of the supporting eco-systems…. We have no hesitation in holding that "Sustainable Development’ as a balancing concept /


Cyber Security – Indian Perspective

system or network. Data theft ( using flash/pen drives, digital cameras). Virus or worms, Malware or Trojan horses. Identity Theft E- mail spoofing Botnets and Zombies Scareware Cyber Incidents - Indian experience Cyber crime in India resulted in/ efficiency of existing cyber security training programs and devise domain specific training programs ( ex: Law Enforcement , Judiciary , E – Governance etc). Promote private- sector coordination for well coordinated, widely recognised professional cyber security /


Education for Democracy in India: Educating every child for life in a democracy M.V.S.V. Prasad Asst. Professor (Political Science) Department of Education.

Constitution 2 Understanding Secularism 3 Why Do We Need a Parliament? 4 Understanding Laws 5 Judiciary 6 Understanding Our Criminal Justice System 7 Understanding Marginalisation 8 Confronting Marginalisation 9 Public Facilities 10 Law and Social Justice 10 / in India since Independence Chapter 1 Challenges of Nation-Building Chapter 2 Era of One-Party Dominance Chapter 3 Politics of Planned Development Chapter 4 India’s External Relations Chapter 5 Challenges to and Restoration of the Congress System /


Courting Social Justice: Judicial Enforcement of Social and Economic Rights in the Developing World Varun Gauri, Daniel M. Brinks, Editors May 12, 2010.

in India) Dialogical judicial rulings (South Africa Kate – a “dialogue” with provincial govts, Brazilian Ministerio Publico administrative inquiries, Indonesia Con Court ruling on education, India and vehicular pollution) →Accountability: responsibility, standards, penalties The Role of Courts in Democracies Removing “political obstacles” in systems “immune to political correction” Sounding “fire alarms” in/ power of the judiciary does not manifest its chief worth in the few cases in which the legislature /


Corruption in India H.S. Sandhu. A World Leader India is ranked 85 out of a 179 countries in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index.

)2169 Govt. Hospitals2017 RFI (Farmers)1543 Municipal Services550 Income Tax (Individual Assesses)496 PDS (Ration card/supplies)358 Water Supply143 Total21068 Judiciary Corruption is rampant in the judicial system of India. According to Transparency International, judicial corruption in India is attributable to factors such as –"delays in the disposal of cases, –shortage of judges and –complex procedures, –all of which are exacerbated by a preponderance of new/


English settlers brought knowledge of political system to establish laws, customs, practices Colonists brought three ideas: 1. Ordered government - created.

governed by colonists. -Governors elected yearly by male property owners. -Used a bicameral system. -Laws made are not subject to governor’s veto or king’s approval. -Judges/3 ships in Boston Harbor dumped East India’s tea in the water Colonist boycotted English goods 1774 - 56 delegates - 1st Continental Congress met in Philly /person chosen by Congress and removed by majority request of States governors - Judiciary appointed by Executive 19 To gain ratification of the new constitution, three compromises/


2007 AECEN Regional Forum: Public Participation in Environmental Compliance and Enforcement in Asia §Shangri-La Hotel, Beijing  Peoples Republic of China.

composed of the bicameral Senate and House of Representatives, and the judiciary. I. The Philippine Legal System and The Role of the Judiciary The Judiciary  Judicial power is vested in one Supreme Court and the lower courts established by law. /and officials of environmental agencies in Australia, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Shri Lanka, Thailand and the United States, as well as key personalities from the academe and public interest groups in the Philippines. IV. Greening the Judiciary § On July 21,/


The Judiciary CHAPTER 16. I.The idea of judicial review A.Only in the United States do judges play so large a role in policy making A.Only in the United.

In Britain, Parliament is supreme. a)In Britain, Parliament is supreme. b)Judicial review is effective in only a few other countries with stable federal systems that have history of judicial independence (for example, Australia, Canada, Germany, India). b)Judicial review is effective in only a few other countries with stable federal systems/But federal judiciary evolved toward judicial activism, shaped by political, economic, ideological forces of three historical eras. 6.But federal judiciary evolved toward/


TRADE MARKS & COPYRIGHTS IN INDIA PHILIPABRAHAM PHILIP ABRAHAM.

marks Challenges in registering ‘non-traditional marks’ No guidelines for filing, examination or search Re colour marks, no particular system of shade/in quick redressal on account of limited infrastructure and over burdened Courts Absence of dedicated Courts for IP matters Considerations Indian judiciary has exhibited a pro-active stance in/ by impairment of goods Existence of physical/material differences in the goods authorized for sale in India and those being imported Imported goods do not comply with/


Every Government generally consists of Three organs. Such organs are Legislature, Executive and Judiciary. The Legislative wing of the union government.

to various ministers regarding their department. Control over finance -> In parliamentary system legislature are exercises control over finance. It generaly passes the annual Budget and supply has power to impose taxes upon the general people. Its committees like estimate committees and public accounts committees also control the finance of the nation. Electoral Function -> In India parliament also exercises certain electoral functions. The members of/


Political and Government Environment

executive and acts as a mirror of public opinion. Executive or Government. Judiciary. Legislature Most powerful institution Role is to make the law Powers Policy / or unions - Freedom to move freely throughout the territory of India - Freedom to reside and settle anywhere in India - Freedom to practice any profession or to carry on trade /men and women. To protect the workers, especially children. To regulate the economic system of the country that is does not lead to concentration of wealth an means /


ADB’s Role in Strengthening Environmental Governance and Rule of Law Irum Ahsan Legal Counsel, Asian Development Bank 30 August 2013 Thimphu, Bhutan.

on environment. Senior judiciary in Asia plays a key role in environmental enforcement: Senior judiciary in Asia plays a key role in environmental enforcement: Direct: making environmental decisions, issuing rules and directions to lower courts, establishing green benches Direct: making environmental decisions, issuing rules and directions to lower courts, establishing green benches Indirect: leading the legal profession towards credible rule-of-law systems that promote environmental sustainability/


1 A handbook on HIV, law and human rights for the judiciary: A critical tool in a human rights-based HIV response Richard Elliott, Alison Symington and.

United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Poland, Mexico, India and Ghana. provided input on the format and content of the resource. 7 Contents Introduction /of Principles on HIV, the Law and the Judiciary in sub-Saharan Africa (Meeting of Eminent African Jurists on HIV and the Law in the 21 st Century, December 2009) 11 / advice and scientific information. 12 Using Judging during the Epidemic (2) given diverse legal systems, rules of evidence and procedure, diversity of laws, range of possible fact patterns, the/


Chapter 4: System & Structure of Administration (Part 1)

of several different systems in their government Types of Governments Federation Union of several states Central government holds more authority than State government Everything in the country is standardized (education, defense, finance) Malaysia, USA, India, Canada, / governments (DBKU, MBKS), Police, Customs Power Separation Doctrine Judiciary Defends the supremacy of the Constitution and defends justice Ensure no abuse of power in Executive and no strong power overlap between Executive and Legislative/


National Level Projects Central Information Commission (CIC) The Central Information Commission (CIC) set up under the Right to.

in the Indian Judiciary – 2005” submitted by e-Committee (Supreme Court of India), with a vision to transform the Indian Judiciary by ICT enablement of Courts. The objectives of the project are:  To help judicial administrations of the courts in /Charter and Scheme details TPDS and other particulars. District wise allotment of food grains. Arms Licensing Information System http://web3.kar.nic.in/alis/ All matters pertaining to Arms and Ammunition such as acquisition, possession, manufacture, sale, import,/


ADJUDICATION OF SERVICE DISPUTES RELATING TO DEFENCE IN INDIA.

IN THE ROLE OF HIGHER JUDICIARY Article 136 Special leave to appeal by the Supreme Court 1. Notwithstanding anything in this Chapter, the Supreme Court may, in its discretion, grant special leave to appeal from any judgment, decree, determination, sentence or order in any cause or matter passed or made by any court or tribunal in the territory of India. 2. Nothing in/ or instructions formulated so far to introduce a system to deal with cases filed in Armed Forces Tribunal or with RTI or other tribunals/


WHAT IS LAW? 9/10/20151santhi narayanan. Law is... an instrument of social justice of the state that seeks to provide justice, stability & security in.

courts can declare a law to be unconstitutional (concept of ultra vires) 9/10/201542santhi narayanan Indian Judiciary Supreme Court High Courts Subordinate courts 9/10/201543santhi narayanan Subordinate courts Civil Courts- District judge Civil /The system of dispensing justice in India has come under great stress for several reasons mainly because of the huge pendency of cases in courts. In India, the number of cases filed in the courts has shown a tremendous increase in recent years resulting in /


What is DRTAP and its future? Expanding Committee on Disability Rights Tribunal in Asia & Pacific Chair of the Committee Senior Attorney Yoshikazu Ikehara.

no definitions of discrimination.  How can persons with disabilities in such a nation claim their disability rights, if their government and judiciary are arbitrary on judging discrimination and/or reluctant to admit discrimination. How should we expand an appropriate system and good practices in one country to others?  Seven governments (Australia, Hong Kong China, India, Philippines and Republic of Korea) reported to UNESCAP that they/


What is DRTAP and its future? Project :Disability Rights Tribunal in Asia & Pacific Funded by TOYOTA FOUNDATION Project Leader Senior attorney Yoshikazu.

no definitions of discrimination. – How can persons with disabilities in such a nation claim their disability rights, if their government and judiciary are arbitrary on judging discrimination and/or reluctant to admit discrimination. How should we expand an appropriate system and good practices in one country to others? – Seven governments (Australia, Hong Kong China, India, Philippines and Republic of Korea) reported to UNESCAP that they/


INDIA AND HUMAN RIGHTS Prof.Dr.T.S.N.Sastry Head & Member Management Council, Dept of Law University of Pune.

Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) is an inter-governmental body within the United Nations System. The UNHRC is the successor to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (/part of it through judicial interpretation of due process of law by the Judiciary. 30 HR and the Constitution The expansion of Art.21 expanded and/and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the Constitution or embodied in the International Covenants and enforceable by court in India. 33 Human Rights Act The NHRC shall consist of the/


Domestic Violence Against Women in India Dr. VARALAKSHMI.S. PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY INDIA.

bride burning Indian National crime bureau The Indian national crime bureau reports that there were about 6787 dowry death cases registered in India in 2005. Incidents of dowry deaths during the year 2005 (6,787) have increased significantly by 46.0 per cent / such as alcoholism and drug addiction and social evils such as the dowry system; 5. Judiciary (i) There should be a special court with a woman judge and magistrate in each district to handle domestic violence cases; (ii) Only women magistrates should/


Welcome to the Presentation

more difficult than the enactment of ordinary laws. Federal Government: Features Supremacy of Judiciary There is a duel government in a federation. The question of where the final authority lies to decide whether or not the two systems of government are keeping within their constitutional powers is fundamental in a federal system. In some federations, such as Switzerland, the constitution is placed under the guardianship of/


The Judiciary System Chapter 16. State of the Union Address What do know about the State of the Union Address. Why does the President give this speech.

Chief Justice presides over trials of presidential impeachment Britain ● Parliament is supreme Australia, Canada, Germany, India ● Independent Judiciary Judicial Review ● Courts’ chief weapon in checks and balances. o It is the power of the courts to declare laws unconstitutional. ● / a writ of certiorari to call up the case o Supreme Court accepts few cases each year ● Dual court system in US: o State and Federal The Politics of Judicial Selection ● Presidents appoint members of the federal courts with “/


What is DRTAP and its future? Project :Disability Rights Tribunal in Asia & Pacific Funded by TOYOTA FOUNDATION Project Leader Senior attorney Yoshikazu.

mechanism. Its mechanism will not be based on a conventional court system but a new tribunal system. It should have some jurisdictions. Because Asia & Pacific is geographically/ has already fulfilled the requirement of CRPD. If a domestic judiciary is not based on activism in disability rights issues, it can not work to promote disability / Action 2008-2015 is in line with the CRPD but there is no law. Whey? Current Situation in AP Seven governments (Australia, Hong Kong China, India, Japan, Philippines and/


The World Bank Sanjay Pradhan PREM Public Sector Governance Page 1 The Centrality of Public Finance Policy & Management in Development Presented to: Public.

Groups Executive-Central Govt PFM Systems Service Delivery & Regulatory Agencies Subnational Govt & Communities Check & Balance Institutions Parliament Judiciary Oversight institutions Oversight Groups in Society Civil Society Watchdogs Media /, Peru, Senegal, Tanzania, Zambia) Procurement oversight by CSOs (Philippines) Strengthening Public Accounts Committees of Parliament (India) Transparent, competitive e- procurement (LAC) Strengthening Public Accounts Committees of Parliament (Kenya, Ghana, Zambia -- /


Mid-Day Meals in India Achievements and Challenges.

No clear evidence yet in India, but.. Qualitative /in the system, in the absence of proper storage facilities A “kitchen” in Cuttack district Infrastructure No kitchens, no cooks, no utensils, no water, when it was operationalised in 2002 Improvements since then –Most schools have water and utensils now –Separate kitchens still an issue Overcoming implementation barriers Existing cases made learning possible –Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka Increased political acceptability and popularity –Role of judiciary/


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