BISEG KARYKRAM JULY 2020 STD 9 TO 12
Van de Gujarat Channel 9 to 12 prasarit thanar Karykram july 2020
There are eighteen colleges in GB, including eight girls’ colleges and ten boys’ colleges. Ten of them are in the Gilgit district and seven are in the Skardu District. Seven are degree colleges, eight are intermediate[clarification needed] and other two are elementary colleges.
The Bolsa Família program has been mentioned as one factor contributing to the reduction of poverty in Brazil, which fell 27.7% during the first term in the administration of Lula in 2006 the Center for Political Studies of the Getulio Vargas Foundation has published a study showing that there was a sharp reduction in the number of people in poverty in Brazil between 2003 and 2005
Other factors include an improvement in the job market and real gains on the minimum wage. About 12 million Brazilian families receive funds from Bolsa Família,
which has been described as “the largest programme of its kind in the world. The government cash transfer programme in South Africa, for comparison, had 17.5-million individual beneficiaries in 2018 (over 75% of its labour force of 23-million) receiving a total of over US$20-billion per annum in state aid Also, as far as the ‘happiness index’ is concerned, India has performed poorly till now. On March 20, 2019, the United Nation released its World Happiness Report that put India in the 140th position in a list of 156 nations. The last three years rankings have been 118, 122 and 132, respectively. People from neighbouring countries of Pakistan, China, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh seemed to be happier, according to the report.
Programs employing various types of conditional cash transfer are social policies currently employed in many places in the world to fight and reduce poverty. In the short term, the aim is to mitigate the problems resulting from poverty. In the long term, the goal is to invest in human capital and interrupt the transgenerational cycle of poverty (i.e. from one generation to another). Conditional cash transfer programs began to gain strength in 1997. At the time there were only three countries in the world with this experience: Bangladesh, Mexico and Brazil.
At first, only primary and middle-schools were available. Gradually, these middle-schools were upgraded to high-schools. In the 1970s, students had to migrate in order to attend university. The revolution in education began when private schools began to emerge under the Jabir Bin Hayyan trust initiative. Then after a sudden several private schools began to emerge. According to one news report the private sector contributes 90% of the infrastructure for the overall education in Gilgit Baltistan. The Aga Khan foundation was also the other NGO which contributed to the spread of education.
India has already improved its ranking on a global healthcare access and quality (HAQ) index (based on 32 causes of death which could be prevented through proper medical care) from 153 in 1990 to 145 in 2016. However, it still ranks behind Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Brazil, Russia and South Africa and well below the global average. At a time when the global HAQ index average is 54.4, India’s scored 41.2 . This was 24.7 in 1990. The HAQ index was created on a study titled Global Burden of Disease.
On August 29, Modi will launch the movement from the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi. The programme will be telecast live on Doordarshan. During the launch, the PM will also administer a ‘fitness pledge’. RS Julaniya, Union Secretary (sports), told News18, “The whole idea was conceptualised by our Prime Minister. During the presentation, he gave us simple tips that can make us healthy in our day-to-day lives. The whole idea is to design your surrounding in a way that moves in equal intervals to keep yourself fit.”
He said, “I would like to clarify that it is not a campaign, but a movement. We want to suggest to people that bring simple ideas of exercise in daily life to stay fit. You don’t need a gym to keep yourself fit. You can stay fit by following simple rules like climbing stairs and playing. We are hopeful that there will be maximum participation from all the states.”
BISEG KARYKRAM JULY 2020 STD 9 TO 12