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Monday, June 30, 2014

Workshop on Meditation & Stress Management

A rejuvenating workshop on Meditation & Stress Management was conducted by BramhaKumaris at The Indian Heights School, Sector-23, Dwarka, on June 25, 2014.For over thirty years, the Brahma Kumaris have been helping to bring people of different faiths and cultures together, believing that a deeper understanding between faiths, based on acceptance and respect, will contribute to a culture of peace and non-violence in our world community. Theypractice and teach a form of meditation that relaxes the mind and nurtures a healthy balance between our inner and outer worlds.

This workshop was an eye opener as it revealed the causes of stress and how stress can lead to unhealthy state of mind and body. Stress Management is basically managing our own minds. Some of the highlights of the workshop were to follow a healthy life style, the essential self is silence and Self-knowledge and Self introspection is the need of the hour. Overall, the teachers enjoyed and learnt a lot on being positive.


Concerned at the sharply escalating number of assaults on women, rapes and murders, we urge the govt. to consider the following suggestions put forward by our group in a quest for justice and making our country safe for its women citizens.

1. Amendment of Juvenile Justice Laws

Some parts of current juvenile justice laws are not in tandem with international protocols, and also scientifically unsound. They need to be reviewed and revised and evolve with the society they are designed to serve.
*The age of 16-18 years should be considered as a ‘transition zone’ between childhood and adulthood. Delinquents falling in this age bracket must not be under the jurisdiction of juvenile courts only. In this subset, those convicted of heinous crimes like homicide and rape, must be tried in an adult court and given a severe sentence.
*For younger offenders committing serious offences like sexual assault and homicide, the minimum sentence should be 10 years in a remand home. After which, there must be proper re-evaluation by a board of expert psychiatrists before they are declared fit enough to be released from the home and reintegrated into the society at large.
*Records of mental health and crimes committed by teenagers must be maintained meticulously by the remand homes for each delinquent.
*Rapes of minors should be treated as a special category and special wards for minors should be set up in hospitals. All hospitals to be directed to comply with this requirement forthwith. Teams consisting of paediatricians, counsellors and specially trained nurses should handle such cases.

2. Speedy and trustworthy processing of samples in Criminal Forensic Laboratories
*The collection and processing of data such as vaginal swabs in rape cases is wholly inadequate and needs thorough overhaul.
*The current laboratories should conform to international ISO Protocols and all records should be independently verifiable and specimens preserved for review by other labs in case of conflicting reports.
*Scientists/ lab assistants who allow specimen tampering should be considered to be aiding and abetting the crime and dealt with in the severest possible manner.
*The long waiting period for sample processing should be brought down to one month by increasing the number of forensic laboratories from the current 3-4 existing today. The entire cost of a good DNA Analysis system along with supporting infrastructural requirements is currently well under 1 crore. Thus, apart from their being a necessity, new centres are easily affordable.

3. Speedy implementation of Police Reforms

Police reforms to begin being implemented, in stages if necessary.

Low tolerance for non-performance of duty by police officers and those preventing lodgement of FIR’S unnecessarily should be deemed to be aiding and abetting the criminal.

All FIR‘s lodged should be in camera. This will discourage rude behaviour from police officials and perhaps bring down the rate of lodgement of false and vengeful counter FIR’S against the victim and victim’s family.

4. Schools to modify curriculum where incomplete

Moral science (ethics and values) must be made a mandatory subject in all syllabi.

Gender equality must be emphasised by teachers.

Teachers and counsellors in schools to educate children on the need to speak up if sexually assaulted/teased inappropriately.

Punishments must be put in place for sexually inappropriate behaviour in schools with a view to discourage students from such behaviour from an early age.

Students to be encouraged to employ and enjoy clean humour while bantering with friends.

5. Treatment of Sexual assault victims on priority basis

Victims of sexual assault and acid attacks should be given top priority in medical treatment at government hospitals.

The initial cost of treatment up to Rs 1 lac should be borne by the concerned state government. Criminals accused of sexual assault should also be forced to furnish a monetary fine along with incurring a life sentence/ death penalty. Funds collected from wealthier criminals who can furnish such should be used to set up a rape victims’ welfare trust.

All victims should also be provided with free counselling and psychiatric assistance to not give in to despair and be able to get back to a happy and healthy life soon.

6. Basic infrastructure such as Public Toilets should be universally available

Public toilets, separate ones for men and women, must be provided in every village and at regular intervals in bigger towns and cities. This should be an immediate priority, along with electricity and water.

The Justice Seekers is a group of serving and retired professionals and several women’s NGO’s working together to improve women’s safety and gender equality in India.

Padma Shri Awardee Dr KK Aggarwal receives the IMA AMS Dr R.K. Menda Memorial Oration Award 2014

Recognizing outstanding contribution in the field of medical ethics, IMA AMS – the research and academic wing of the Indian Medical Association felicitated Dr. KK Aggarwal with the Dr. R.K. Menda Memorial Oration Award at their annual day function held at Hotel Hindustan International in Kolkata on Sunday. The subject of his oration was "How to respond to complaints of medical negligence".

An eminent cardiologist, President of Heart Care Foundation of India and the Senior National Vice President of the Indian Medical Association, Dr. KK Aggarwal has played an active role in streamlining the procedure of handling medical negligence cases and creating guidelines which all doctors must follow through his books and writings. Medical negligence can have a profound impact on the career of a doctor and therefore it becomes extremely important for them to be aware of the steps they must take to avoid any such situation.

Commenting on the oration, Dr. K.K. Aggarwal, Sr. National Vice President of the Indian Medical Association and the President of the Heart Care Foundation of India said, "The number of medical negligence cases we get at the Medical Council of India and the Delhi Medical Council are increasing by the year. With the increasing work pressure and competition, doctors often ignore some of the basic steps that they must take when dealing with any patient. It is extremely important that all doctors not just follow the line of treatment which has been decided in consultation with the patient or his family, but they must also document what they do and save that incase any dispute arises in the future. Following these three simple steps can help the doctor safeguard himself and his practice".

Dr. KK Aggarwal is the recipient of three National Awards, namely the Padma Shri for brilliance in medicine and the Dr. BC Roy award for excellence in socio–medical awareness and DST National Award for Outstanding Efforts in Science & Technology Communication. Dr. KK Aggarwal has also served as a Director at IMA AKN Sinha Institute, Finance Secretary at IMA and Chairman at IMAAMS in the past.

In a joint statement, Dr. R.D. Dubey, Chairman of the organizing committee of National AMSCON 2014 along with Dr. S.K. Raj, Chairman IMA AMS HQ Hyd and Dr E. Prabhavati, Hony. Secretary IMA AMS HQ Hyderabad said, "It gives us immense happiness to present this award to someone as deserving as Dr. KK Aggarwal. His vision and outlook towards creating health awareness and streamlining the medical practice is commendable. We congratulate him on another achievement and hope that he continues to serve the society the way he does in the future as well"."

A pioneer of leading health initiatives, Dr. KK Aggarwal has been instrumental in bringing treatments such as clot dissolving therapy for acute heart attacks and Colour Doppler Echocardiography in the country. In addition to this, he has also conceptualized and organized unique consumer driven health awareness platforms such as The Perfect Health Mela and the Run for your Heart as a part of his role as the President of The Heart Care Foundation of India. His most recent project within the NGO called the Sameer Malik Heart Care Foundation Fund is playing an instrumental role in providing heart care for all patients in need of treatment but do not have the financial or technical means to fund it.

Dr. KK Aggarwal’s other roles also include Dean of the Board of Medical Education Moolchand Medcity, Member Ethics Committee Medical Council of India, Chairman Ethics Committee Delhi Medical Council, Editor in Chief IJCP Group of Publications and eMedinewS and Chairman Legal Cell Indian Academy of Echocardiography.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Delhi Gaurav Samman 2014

Employ your New Joiner

Everyday, or at least every week, organizations have new joiners coming on board who have gone through the recruitment process – from the lengthy to the bizarre. Generally the first day is spent knowing people, identifying work spaces, receiving hardware and settling other administrative and general queries.

It is imperative that one provides the new joiner quick and well directed joining process – and this is what most organizations do. But is this enough?

Well laid instructions, processes and procedures, be it in the form of handouts, organized interactions or one-to-one meetings can quickly make the new joiner feel comfortable and at home. This is what every organization should aspire to do. After all, it is only then that the employee can actually focus on what he was hired to do in the first place – WORK.

Good organizations interact with prospective employees even before their joining date to sort out their requirements and administrative hassles so that they are at peace of mind when they finally join on the given date. However, there is scope of doing more.

When an employee comes from a different organization or even if he is a fresher and this is his first job, he carries tremendous potential to add value to the organization. He has ideas not only regarding his domain knowledge but can also improve/change processes that have been written on stone and followed since ages in the new organization. But is there a system in place to accept, validate and implement these ideas? Most often than not, the answer is no!

This is where a good organization is different from the not so good ones.

They encourage people to share their ideas and concerns and acknowledge them for it. Then they sieve through them to separate the ones that are implementable and add value to the system and finally implement them for the benefit of all.

This not only optimizes the value add from new joiners but also acts as motivators for their employees, who feel accepted and get involved in the functioning of the organization.

The key to this is to tap and extract ideas from the new joiners immediately after they are boarded. Given time to settle down, they will imperatively go with the flow and accept processes and procedures of the organization instead of trying to change them. They will know who the top boss is and what are his pet projects and hence dare not disturb or disrupt them. After settling in, they will not have the time, energy or intent to challenge or change things that have already been written in stone.

Here is a check list to help organizations benefit from the new joiners immediately instead:

Interact: interact with candidates who have been offered a position even before they report to join. Try and find out any special requirements that they might have. Help them to settle in especially if they are relocating from a different geography.

Near to the joining date: get all administrative and hardware issues solved. It is a crime to hire someone and then waste the first two days of work because he does not know where he is supposed to sit or he does not have a laptop. This requires internal coordination between different departments because most of the time the IT and the administration people do not know who or how many will join on a given date. 

The joining day: in an ideal situation all new comers should be briefed in a group regarding the general rules and procedures of the office. What seems very logical and taken for granted for an existing employee may not be that simple to a new one. Remember the case of the employee quitting Microsoft who was too shy to ask for the rest room. It is a good idea to give the new joiners a tour of the facilities and introduce them to the key members of not only their team but also of central facilities and support services. This is also the time to cater to any requests that were made by them during their interaction in serial 1. 

The white board: earmark a person or a group if required to whom they may voice their concerns, ideas or suggestions without any threat of retribution. Ideally their immediate manager should not be part of this group.

Responsibilities of this group:
1.Encourage people to speak out and contribute ideas and then ensure that these reach the right people in the organization.
2. Create a repository of these ideas even if they are not implementable now, they might be in the future.
3. Once an idea is implemented, give acknowledgement to the individual who suggested it. Not necessarily monetary awards, even recognition can be a great motivator for a person who is new to the organization and is trying to get a foothold there.
4. Highlight and popularize this scheme, this will not only help you extract optimal benefit from new joiners but may also act as the differentiator when people have the option to choose to work for your organization or your competitor. 
In a hyper competitive environment, organizations that come up with new and innovative ways of employee engagement and can optimize contributions from employees by creating an environment that fosters trust and cohesiveness will have strategic and economic advantage to fuel their growth.

Maj (retd) Sandip Mukherjee
User acquisition & analytics at Themeefy

Sri Jagannath Rath Yatra

Annual Sri Jagannatha Rath Yatra in Puri 
God is actually able to ride on the Rathayäträ cart, and in His form as the Deity, bestow His blessings upon all. Who can deny God if He wishes to appear before us? Lord Jagannätha is Kåñëa Himself - He rides on, and the devotees feel pleasure at heart, and all persons factually receive His blessings on the occasion of Rathayäträ. 

Yoga means to link with God in loving exchange. Lord Kåñëa teaches in Bhagavad-gétä (6.47) that the highest yogé is “he who always abides in Me with great faith, worshiping Me in transcendental loving service.” The Rathayäträ Festival is a potent transcendental stimulus for developing love of Godhead. The Rathayäträ procession—the gigantic, opulently decorated Deity cars and thousands of people chanting Hare Kåñëa and dancing ecstatically—can attract even the materialistic person. By becoming attracted to the Supreme Lord in His form as Jagannätha one loses his attachment to the illusory happiness of the mundane world. Thus simply by seeing the Deities, simply by hearing the transcendental sound vibration of Hare Kåñëa, Hare Kåñëa, Kåñëa Kåñëa, Hare Hare/Hare Räma, Hare Räma, Räma Räma, Hare Hare, or simply by tasting foodstuffs offered to Kåñëa, anyone can begin his progress back to Godhead without difficulty. And by applying his energy in understanding the Kåñëa consciousness movement and participating in glorifying the all-blissful Lord of the universe, one can revive one’s eternal loving relationship with the Supreme Personality of Godhead. As stated - “Real religion is that which awakens unconditional, unmotivated love for the Lord from within our hearts. The love for God, which is dormant in the heart of all living beings, can be awakened by chanting of holy names of the lord.”

Externally, Rathayäträ is spectacular—colorful and entertaining. Yet the Gauòéya Vaiñëavas, the followers of Lord Caitanya, see in the Festival of the Chariots much more than just a happy event. The pulling of the cart by the Lord’s devotees symbolizes the attempt of the Vrajaväsés, especially Rädhäräëé and the gopés, to bring Kåñëa, Balaräma, and Subhadrä back to Våndävana. Today those who take part in a Ratha-yäträ festival can share in the feelings of Kåñëa's devotees who drew Him back to Våndävana with their love.

His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada very simply explained the meaning of Ratha Yatra. He said that Ratha Yatra is the meditation on bringing Krishna back into our hearts. Krishna resides within the heart of all living beings, but we have forgotten Him. The real purpose of spiritual life is to make our heart a suitable home for God to reveal Himself to us. If we are inviting God to reveal himself in our hearts it must be clean. But if our hearts have accumulated the dirt of lust, envy, arrogance, greed, anger and illusion then He will not be happy to reveal His home within our heart. The purpose of every great spiritual path in this world is to help one another to honestly and sincerely clean our hearts, to cultivate the character of humility, charity, love for God and compassion to all beings.

The Deity of Lord Jagannatha 
King Indradyumna informed the sage of the episodes that took place. Narada Muni then informed the King that the form of Lord before him was authentic & actually Lord Krishna in a most merciful form.

That night, Jagannatha spoke to the king in a dream and reassured him, explaining that He was revealing Himself in that form out of His own inconceivable desire, to show the world that He can accept offerings without hands, and move around without feet. Lord Jagannatha told the king, "Know for sure that My hands and feet are the ornament of all ornaments, but for your satisfaction, you may give Me gold and silver hands and feet from time to time." Devotees now worship the same "unfinished" forms of Jagannatha, Baladeva, and Subhadra in Puri and in temples around the world. These forms are part of their eternal pastimes.

Narada Muni, during his conversation with King Indradyumna, explained to him about the origin of the strange form of Krishna as Jagannatha, which he had fortunately seen once before.

Information shared by Balaji S, ISKON.

Monsoon and Dengue on the Door

Bed netting is of little use since the dengue mosquitoes are most active during the daytime said Padma Shri, Dr. B C Roy National Awardee & DST National Science Communication Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Sr National Vice President Indian Medical Association.

Remaining in well–screened or air–conditioned buildings during the day can reduce the risk of exposure. When outside during the day, one should wear clothing that reduces the amount of exposed skin and use an effective mosquito repellent, such as N, N–diethyl–metatoluamide (DEET).

Because dramatic plasma leakage can develop suddenly, substantial attention has been placed upon the early identification of patients at higher risk for shock and other complications. The following clinical features are of help in this regard.

Duration of illness: The period of maximum risk for shock is between the third and seventh day of illness. This tends to coincide with resolution of fever. Plasma leakage generally first becomes evident between 24 hours before and 24 hours after fever is over.

Alarm signs: Severe abdominal pain, persistent vomiting, abrupt change from fever to hypothermia, or abnormal mental status, such as disorientation, are noted in a minority of patients.

Hematocrit: An elevation of the hematocrit is an indication that plasma leakage has already occurred and that fluid repletion is urgently required.

Platelet count: Severe trrombocytopenia ( < 100,000/ mm3) is one of the clinical criteria for the dengue hemorrhagic fever and usually precedes over plasma leakage.

Serum aspartate transaminase (SGOT): Mild elevations in serum transaminases are common in both dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever. However, levels are significantly higher in patients with dengue hemorrhagic fever, and elevated SGOT levels are noted earlier in illness.

Patients with suspected dengue who do not have any of the above indicators can be safely managed as outpatients as long as close clinical observation is assured. Daily outpatient visits may be needed to permit serial assessment of blood pressure, hematocrit, and platelet count.

A patient should be hospitalized when:
Blood pressure< 90/60 mmHg
Hematocrit> 50 %
Plarelet count < 50,000/ mmHg
Evidence of bleeding other than petechiae

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Special meeting for 2nd Dwarka Toppers Students Award-2014 held

Members of Organising Committee special meeting for 2nd Dwarka Toppers Students Award-2014 held at Shiksha Bharti Public School, Sector-7, Dwarka. In this meeting Prof. Prassannanshu Jain-Natioonal Law University, Mr. S. S. Dogra, Dr. Kirti Kale-National Poetess, Mrs. Mamta Gupta-Principal, Mrs. Neeta Arora-Principal, Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sec.18, & Mr. Sanjay Mishra were present.

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Not My Life, widely acclaimed film on global tragedy by Oscar nominee
Robert Bilheimer airs on DD National, June 29 2014, 9:30 PM
Producers: Mike Pandey and Robert Bilheimer
A child disappears in India every eight minutes

Prembabu Sharma

“Indian children go missing in India every eight minutes,” says Kailash Satyarthi, one of the prominent human rights activists interviewed for Oscar nominee Robert Bilheimer's Not My Life, the first film to depict the harsh realities of human trafficking on a global scale. 
Mike Pandey(riverbank studios), Sumitra Mishra(I partners), Kailash Satyarthi
(bachpan bachao andolan),V K Jain, Tripurari Sharan DG Doordarshan,
K B Kachru (Chairman South Asia, Carlson Rezidor)

 "These children don't just disappear into thin air," asserts Satyarthi. "They become slaves. They work in factories and in brothels, in agriculture and in stone quarries, they make bindis and cigarettes, and they number in the millions." "We are in denial about the reality of child slavery and human trafficking not only in India, but around the world."

Not My Life, the award-winning film in which Satyarthi appears, has been hailed by critics as a "seminal work" and a "masterpiece". The 56-minute documentary puts a sharp lens on the multiple forms of child exploitation and human trafficking that exist in almost every country in the world today.

Filmed on five continents, in a dozen countries, over a period of more than four years, Not My Life has been been specially edited for broadcast and distribution in India, and is a eo-production of Worldwide Documentaries, and Riverbank Studios in Delhi.

The documentary, translated into Hindi, airs on DD June 29th, in its "featured film" 9:30 - 10:30 pm time slot. The telecast is co-sponsored by Carlson and the Carlson Family Foundation. Carlson, a global travel and hospitality company is proud to be an industry leader in the prevention of human trafficking. It is a signatory to the ECP AT (End Child Prostitution, Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes) Code of Conduct and the UN Global Compact, furthering its commitment to human rights and Responsible Business. Carlson is also a founding member of the Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking. 
Tripurari Sharan DG-Doordarsha with Mike Pandey CEO Riverbank Studios

"This project was, and is, a labor of love", Bilheimer says. "We kept asking, who will speak for those who cannot speak for themselves? In the end we felt that making Not My Life was not only our job, but our mission, because far too much silence still surrounds this issue."

"Carlson and the Carlson Family Foundation are proud to be part of the global fight against human trafficking, a cause that is one of modem society's most widespread human rights violation. We have been championing and supporting this cause for the last 10 years as part of our efforts to be a responsible business in the global communities that we operate in. As a leader in the hospitality and travel industry in India, we are in a unique position to influence and effect change. We urge more businesses to join us in intensifying efforts to fight against human trafficking," said K.B. Kachru, Chairman, South Asia, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.

"From DD's point of view, the June 29 broadcast is an opportunity to bring the national and international tragedy of human trafficking and modern slavery to the attention of our huge audience. For those who watch—and we hope millions do—Not My Life is both an eye-opener and a profoundly moving call to action. We here at DD are proud to be the launching pad for what we all hope will be a sustained awareness effort throughout our country in the years to come." Tripurari Sharan, Doordarshan's Director General.

Plans are already underway for a re-broadcast of Not My Life on DD in November, along with an Indian premiere of Not My Life in New Delhi, and the announcement of a three-year community-based awareness campaign designed to radically alter how Indians from all walks of life understand, and respond to, human trafficking and modem slavery crimes.

India is widely recognized as having the world's largest number of trafficking and slavery victims, many of whom are children. Exploitation and slavery in India includes sex trafficking, and multiple forms of slave labor. Victims of these practices are conservatively estimated to number more than 10 million.

India is by no means alone, however, as a country where children, women, and men are trafficked within, or across, a nation's borders. Human trafficking is emerging as one of the cruellest and most widespread human rights violations of modem times. It is also big business, with billion-dollar annual profits rivalling profits reaped by criminals who deal in arms 'and narcotics.

Bina Rani, CEO of iPartner India, one of the NOOs spearheading the nationwide awareness campaign being launched with the DD telecast of Not My Life, notes that Indians need to be able to understand trafficking and slavery in both national and international contexts. "One of the many compelling features of Not My Life for Indians is that it does not shy away from the problem we have here, but it also helps us understand that we are not alone in this. Trafficking and slavery are human problems, really, not just Indian problems."

Mike Pandey, whose Riverbank Studios produces the popular environmental series "Earth Matters" for DD, and is a producer of Not My Life / India, emphasises the urgent need for a nationwide collective effort at all levels if we want slavery to end. This alone will ensure a secure future for our children and a life without fear".  Director Robert Bilheimer agrees.

"There's a wonderful statement at the end of Not My Life by Kailash Satyarthi," Bilheimer says. "And what Kailash tells us is that if we rediscover, and reanimate, that profound sense of moksha and mukti embedded in Indian culture-- that sense of liberation and release-- then we can indeed create a tsunami and turn this issue around. We have a big vision here, but it's doable, I believe, and that's why we are all so excited about Not My Life on DD at the end of this month."

Latest film release - Ek Villain

Film: Ek Villain ; Release Date : 27, June 2014
Director ---Mohit Suri
Producers -Ekta Kapoor
***** Starring *****
Sidharth MalhotraShraddha Kapoor, Ritesh Deshmukh, Prachi Desai

Heartiest Congratulations and kudos to all the Class X students - JM International School

Congratulations for yet another consecutive year of stupendous CBSE results at JMIS that’s amazing! 


It is the celebration time for the entire JMIS-community which includes students, teachers and parents…..all. For us, the purpose of education is to build up the children in a holistic manner, so that they acquire an all round personality, developed in all aspects – mind, body, heart and will – power. We have been trying to develop the potential of our students along this vision. This time our CBSE results like the past years have been the best in league. The achievements made by our students have been amazing. About 28% of students got highest CGPA 10, 34% got CGPA 9-10, 12% got CGPA 8-9 and remaining got 7-8 CGPA. Kanica Goel, Nikhil Mishra, Divya Patniak, Gagan Gupta, Devangi Jain, Ashutosh Shukla, Simran and Vignesh Sivan have made their alma – mater proud with their academic excellence.

One would really want to know ‘The Real Life Learning’ JMIS talks about. It is a very different kind of approach!
We are setting children up for their future and we think that the learning should be for the life, not for the marks alone. The surge should be for overall excellence, not for mere numbers and grades. Our school is known for our approach and work around ‘Real life learning’. We believe that students need to see the connections across the curriculum through meaningful and purposeful learning experiences. Having drawn on their past we prepare them for the future in a global world. Through our innovative teaching methods, interactive sessions, audio-visual modules, workshops, seminars, counseling, hand-on-activities, emphasis on life-long learning, we engage our students in quality learning journeys and give them opportunities to use their deeper understanding and knowledge to ‘be the difference’ in their lives and lives of others.

What kind of specialized teaching-learning brings out such academic excellence in children.
As far as the specialized teaching-learning at JMIS is concerned, I would say it comes from the Specialized Facilitators, content, teaching methodology and the motivated Learners. Skilled facilitators are the pillars of our institutions. School invests a lot in selecting developing and empowering these facilitators. The training programmes, workshops, seminars and conferences in school and outside are one of the integral features which result into such a strong foundation to out teaching-learning programme. We have been further enriching the teaching-learning process for our teachers and students through the regular guest lectures by a panel of subject

Experts, motivational talks and ‘inspire – time’. We also give opportunity to our children to share their views in the ‘open-house’ and ‘circle time’. These are some of the most dynamic features of our progressive curriculum.

What should be the direction for school students in 21st Century
Our school direction is heavily influenced by JMIS vision of seeing young people creative, energetic and enterprising. Bringing to them new knowledge and technologies to secure a sustainable social, cultural, economic and environmental future for our country – students who are confident, connected and actively involved in lifelong learning.

What should be the most important aspect of Academic learning
It is the concept, ability to think, analyze and apply the concepts and most importantly the ability to connect the concept with real life situations. JMIS specially trains and encourages its facilitators to particularly tap this most important aspect of Academic learning.

Can ‘academic excellence’ alone ensure the success in life
Academic excellence is a vital part but the success comes through the proper development of all the faculties. In fact, ‘emotional quotient is far more important than intelligence quotient’ to succeed in ‘real’ life. In consonance with this vision, JMIS – curriculum lays a lot of emphasis on EHV (Education in human values) and life-skills. It is a path breaking programme which has several innovative learning experiences for children as school-cinema, daily meditation, open-house, motivational good morning… to name a few.

What are the core values which you aim to develop in children
As a crux of several enabling values for life, the core values which we would want to bring in our students are – Bravery to have the mind set of exploration and discovery, Resilience to push through, Responsibility to see, own and act & Fun to enjoy the journey.

How will you sum-up the JMIS-Shikshantaram
‘Shikshantaram’ means ‘Be the difference’ and that is our curricular mission. We see our students and staff strong and assured in their purpose, having a voice of influence knowing the can make a ‘difference’. We see a school that is recognized widely for its authenticity, students ownership and future oriented approaches.

We see a school that places high stake on individuality, excellence and creativity. Above all, we see a school that is bold in its conviction to challenge the redundant conventional approach to education, placing high the value of innovation in ‘real life contexts’ ...… a pioneering spirit of discovery.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Good wishes message for 2nd Academic Excellence Award

CBSE Workshop held at The Indian Heights School

To throw light on the dynamics of classrooms in today’s times and the challenges faced by the pedagogues’ and the learners, a workshop was organized on June 26, 2014, for the teachers by CBSE resource people at The Indian Heights School, Sector-23, Dwarka. It was a One Day Capacity Building Program on Class Room Management. The facilitators were advised to enable the students to be at par with the ever changing dynamics of the world, to be sensitive towards individual needs and help the students to tap into their innate and inherent potential.

The topics which were covered during the Program were Classrooms of Today: A changed Educational Landscape, Coping with Change, Managing Class Room Dynamics through Planning, Time Management and Dealing with Stress/ Emotions. The workshop through various number of group activities provided a platform for the teachers to share their experiences and their suggestions on how to handle everyday classroom situations. The workshop was a rich learning experience and proved to be highly beneficial for all the teachers.

Ravi elected as the General Secretary of Asia Pacific Masters Alumni of Sydney University, Australia

Ravi  with S S Dogra
Our own young & energetic Advocate Ravi from sector 12 Dwarka, has been elected as the General Secretary of Asia Pacific Masters Alumni of Sydney University, Australia. Proud of Ravi, all the best for a bright future ahead. 

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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Sri VIS Continues Its Global Journey

Shama Kapoor, Headmistress and Reena Kalra, International Coordinator, from Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sector - 18, Dwarka visited their partner school Cynwyd Sant in Wales, UK as part of an ongoing British Council Connecting Classroom Partnership.

The visit led to greater exchange of ideas and technologies; thereby expanding the horizons of learning for both the schools. The partnership has become more meaningful as it involves the local community in Dwarka and Maesteg, Wales, UK as well.

The Indian teachers shared the literary richness of the Ramayana, poetry writing, numeracy games, art work and the river Ganges and Thames project. They brought back learning of creative crafts and teaching aids to enhance learning.  It is rightly said, “Whatever we possess doubles its value; when we have the opportunity of sharing it with others.”

नशा को रोकना है, तो नशा मुक्ति जरूरी

दिनांक 26.06.2014 को बिन्दाुपर डी.डी.ए. पार्क में श्री ज्ञान गंगोत्री विकास संस्था द्वारा विश्व नशा मुक्ति दिवस के अवसर पर कार्यक्रम का आयोजन किया गया। कार्यक्रम में मुख्य अतिथि के रूप में उपस्थित थाना प्रभारी श्री राजवीर सिंह ने कहा कि आज की युवा पिढ़ी नशे की लत से अपने समाज को दूषित वातावरण में ढकेलते जा रहे है जो आज के समय में मीठा जहर का कार्य कर रहा है। मैं संस्था के प्रयास को हर संभव सहयोग करने की कोशिश करूँगा। आगे उन्होंने कहा कि जब मैं पूर्वी दिल्ली में था तो छोटे-छोटे बच्चे जो कूडा-कचरा उठाते है वे विभिन्न प्रकार के नशे का सेवन करते थे उन्हें देखकर मुझे एहसास हुआ कि समाज के लिए स्वय सेवी संगठन अच्छा कार्य कर रही है।

आर.डब्ल्यू.ए. के प्रधान श्री डी.के.तिवारी ने बिन्दाुपर जे.जे.कलोनी में हो रहे नशा के रोकने के प्रति संस्था के प्रयास को सफल बताया और कहा कि मुझे इस कार्यक्रम से बहुत कुछ सीखने को मिला जो सामाजिक क्षेत्र में उपयोग किया जा सकता है।

कार्यक्रम का संचालन करते हुए संस्था के संस्थापक महासचिव भाई बी.के.सिंह ने कहा कि आज मधु विहार, राजापुरी, महावीर एन्कलेव, बिन्दापुर के करीब 2000 महिला-पुरूषों, युवाओं एवं बच्चों ने नशा को रोकने के लिए दौड़ लगाई और मद्य निषेध निदेशालय, दिल्ली सराकर के सौजन्य से नुक्कड़ नाटक पुस्तुत कर नशा से होने वाले विभिन्न प्रकार के नुकसान को विस्तार पूर्वक बताया। संस्था को एच.पी.सी.एल. ने भी सहयोग किया जो संस्था के लिए बहुत बडी़ उपलब्धी की बात है। कार्यक्रम में मेजर आर.बी.यादव, डाॅ मीरा कुमारी, डाॅ समदर्शी, रामधनी गौतम, रानी सिंह, डी.पी.कुशवाहा, विजय मोहतो एवं अन्य लोग उपस्थित थ और अपने विचारों को व्यक्त किया।

The first public performance of the Melody Music Form on 29th June

The first public performance of the Melody Music Form is on 29th June (Sunday) at 6-30 PM. Venue - Melody Foundation at T-32 Manish Global Mall (3rd Floor), Sector 22, Dwarka.

The purpose of this Forum is to deliberate on forms of music, share matters related to music among each other and offer public performances for music appreciation and testing music skills of the performers among a larger audience.

Please do attend the programme . Your attendance will encourage the performers.

Brief about Madhumita Acharyya Biswas

Madhumita Acharyya Biswas is a well known artist in Delhi. She has performed on several occasions in India International Center, India Habitat Centre, Poorva Sanskriti Kendra, Epicenter Gurgaon in addition to giving numerous other prestigious public and private performances. She has also given many performances in the corporate and the NGO sector. Madhumita sings bhajans, old melodies from films, folk, sufi and Bengali modern songs. Her devotional album “Ramakrishnayan” was released by T series recently. She has promoted Melody Foundation to train new talents and create space for them in the world of music. Madhumita believes that commitment must be kept and there is no alternative to hard work and dedication.

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Top 10 Ways to Keep the Kidneys Healthy

We all want our kidneys to last for a lifetime. We all should show our love for kidneys by adopting 10–step program for protecting kidney health, said Padma Shri, Dr. B C Roy National Awardee & DST National Science Communication Awardee, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Sr National Vice President Indian Medical Association.

*One should begin with monitoring blood pressure and controlling weight and then move on to the rest of the kidney–healthy tips.
*Monitor blood pressure and cholesterol.
*Control weight.
*Don’t overuse over–the–counter painkillers.
*Monitor blood glucose.
*Get an annual physical exam.
*Know if chronic kidney disease (CKD), diabetes or heart disease runs in your family. If so, you may be at risk.
*Don’t smoke.
*Exercise regularly.
*Follow a healthy diet.
*Get tested for chronic kidney disease if you’re at risk.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Consolidation of various cards & numbers

श्री नरेंद्र मोदी प्रधानमंत्री,               No. SKG/PMO/007             24 Jun 2014
5 Race Course Road,
New Delhi-110003.

Sub: Consolidation of various cards & numbers. Concerned Ministry: Home


We are passing thru a time when many data bases are being consolidated and/or put in de-materialized form. Like insurance policies, share certificates, KYC etc. One of the areas where this exercise required is also the various cards & ID proof one has to manage. Safe keeping of all these cards individual and maintenance of separate data abases by different Govt. agencies is a not only leading to inefficiency but also having a huge cost involved in it. When UID was launched it was meant to function as multi utility card for various purposes. However, it is observed that so many other types of cards & numbers for individuals still continue to be in vogue and have the potential to be replaced with a single UID to create a strong all India data base e.g.

a) Election I card,
b) Driving License,
c) Below Poverty Card,
d) Smart Card – National Health Scheme
e) Permanent Account Number,
f) PPF/PF No.
g) Gas connection number,
h) Tax Identification Number,
i) Pensioner Card
j) Passport Number
k) Bank Account Number
l) Debit Card Number

Issue of separate cards by several agencies is not only leading to duplication of work but also allowing suspicions persons to maintain multiple identities. For example the driving license issuing authority can easily be aligned with the job of issuing UID cards having a mention that person is authorized to drive the vehicle, thereby obviating the need for issuing a separate UID card by National UID Authority. Similarly many other departments can also align their activities like this. In times to come the even PAN of individuals may be replaced with UID, thereby saving the public from hassles of obtaining it. The UID must be necessarily mentioned on all the certificates & mark sheets issued by school & boards.

Conceptually & technically it is very much feasible that all the Govt authorities access one data bank and avoid issuing multiple cards. This will not only greatly facilitate handling of one single cards by an individual but also would have a significant impact on costs associated with issuing the UID. This will also help spreading the UID to public speedily.

With addition of each information there should be a provision to print updated version of UID by the relevant department.

This consolidation can greatly help in controlling tax evasion & also help in security issues.

The live example of such single data bank is the D-Mat account for buying & selling the securities, the companies all over India access to a unique data-bank of d-mat account for contacting the account holder be it dividend distribution or report sending or any other thing. The account holder only has to update the change at one place and all companies can have online access to updated record.

Likewise, any department updating the information about any individual will be doing it at the central data bank and all the other user departments can have access to latest updated record.

To spread it speedily quoting UID must be made mandatory for any transaction with Govt Department like:
i) Registration under NAREGA,
ii) Transfer of vehicle,
iii) Property Registration new & old,
iv) Issue of birth certificate,
v) Enrollment with school/college,
vi) Issue of insurance policy,
vii) Purchase of new vehicle,
viii) Application for any public sector job,
ix) Dealing with any tax department,
x) Apply for water, electricity, gas & telephone connection,
xi) Issue of pensioner card,
xii) Opening of bank account,

Request that consolidation of various types of cards be done for greater system efficiency, convenience and control in long run.

Citizen's reporter:
S K Goyal

शिक्षा पर काम करेगें रणवीर कपूर

प्रेमबाबू शर्मा  

संवरिया से अपने करियर की शुरूआत करने वाले चकलेटी हीरो रणवीर कपूर आज बालीवुड के सफल नायक है। बचना ऐ हसीना, वेक अप सिड, अजब प्रेम की गजब कहानी, राॅक स्टार, ये जवानी है दीवानी, बर्फी जैसी अनेक फिल्मों में उनके काम को पंसद किया गया। उनकी विश्व व्यापी लोकप्रितया को भुनाते हुए कई कंपनियों ने ब्रांड ऐम्बेडसर तक बना दिया।

चर्चा है अभिनेता रणवीर कपूर अब नेपाल में शिक्षा अभियान चलाएगें। यह अभियान उनके लिए शिक्षा अभियान के तहत चलाया जाएगा। युनेस्को की मदद से चलाए जा रहे इस अभियान की जानकारी देते हुए युनेस्को के अभियान प्रमुख विनोद खेतवाल ने बताया अभिनेता रणवीर कपूर को शिक्षा अभियान से जोडने का प्रस्ताव भेजा गया है। सबके लिए शिक्षा अभियान को देखते हुए रणवीर ने उसे स्वीकार कर लिया है।

अभिनेता रणवीर कपूर के उत्साह को देखते हुए सबके लिए शिक्षा अभियान का उन्हें युनेस्को ने ब्रांड ऐम्बेडसर नियुक्त किया है। सबके लिए शिक्षा अभियान के तहत रणवीर के संदेश नेपाल में सर्वमान्य होगें क्योंकि उनके परिवार (कपूर फैमली ) से संबध काफी घनिष्ठ रहे है।

AGM of PAHAL on 29th June

Annual general meeting of Pahal Social Organisation (Regd) is going to be held on 29th June’2014 at 10am.


All the members are requested to attend.

Good wishes message for 2nd Academic Excellence Award

वेद के आधार पर सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति की गणना

नवीन कुमार 

वेद संसार के अद्भुत ज्ञान का भंडार है । सभी विद्याओं का मूल वेदों में विद्दमान  है । वेदों के प्राचीन भाष्यकार महर्षि सायणाचार्य ने कहा है कि वेद वे प्राचीन ग्रन्थ हैं जिनमें इच्छित पदार्थो की प्राप्ति और अनिष्टकारी संभावनाओं से सुरक्षित रहने के दिव्य उपाय बताये गये हैं - जैसे इस भौतिक जगत को देखने के लिए नेत्रों की आवश्यकता होती है, उसी प्रकार दिव्य तत्वों को जानने तथा समझने के लिए वेदरूपी नेत्रों की आवश्यकता होती है । अतः वेद दिव्य तथा अलौकिक तत्वों को लौकिक रूप से लाभदायी बनाने की सेतु है । परंतु इससे पहले उस अलौकिक तत्वों को जानने तथा समझने की अति आवश्यकता है । समय-2 पर भारतीय मनीषियों ने अलौकिक तत्वों के सरलीकरण की प्रक्रिया को जारी रखा । इसी सन्दर्भ में वेदव्यास जी का प्रयास सराहनीय है । आरम्भ में वेद एक ही था परंतु बाद में श्रीकृष्ण द्वैपायन महामुनि व्यास जी ने वेद को चार भागों में विभाजित किया - ऋृग्वेद, सामवेद, यजुर्वेद एवं अथर्ववेद । इसमें ऋृग्वेद प्राचीनतम है । आज वेद के ज्ञान को समझने तथा उसे मानवोपयोगी बनाने की जरूरत है । आधुनिक काल में प्रकाश की गति की गणना जेम्स क्लर्क मैक्सवेल (James Clerk Maxwell) ने 19वी शताब्दी में की थी परंतु महर्षि सायण, जो वेदों के महान भाष्यकार थे, ने 14वीं शताब्दी में ही प्रकाश की गति की गणना ऋृग्वेद के आधार पर कर डाली थी । यथा -

‘तरणिर्विश्वदर्शतो ज्योतिष्कृदसि सूर्य ।
विश्वमा भासि रोचनम् ।।’            
                       ।।ऋृग्वेद 1.50.4।।
अर्थात् हे सूर्य ! तुम तीव्रगामी एवं सर्वसुन्दर तथा प्रकाश के दाता और जगत् को प्रकाशित करने वाले हो । इसी पर भाष्य करते हुए महर्षि सायण ने लिखा है -

‘तथा च स्मर्यते योजनानां सहस्त्रं द्वे द्वे शते-द्वे च योजने एकेन निमिषार्धेन क्रममाण नमोऽस्तुते ।।’
।। सायण ऋृग्वेद भाष्य 1.50.4 ।।

अर्थात् आधे निमेष में 2202 योजन का मार्गक्रमण करने वाले प्रकाश तुम्हें नमस्कार है । 

कई विद्द्वानों ने इसके बारे में यह बताया है कि यहा पर सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति की नहीं बल्कि सूर्य की गति की बात कही गयी है । परंतु इस संदर्भ में यह बात स्पष्ट है कि महर्षि सायणाचार्य जो कि वेद के भाष्यकार थे तथा गणित के भी विद्वान थे, अपने पूर्ववर्ती विद्वानों आर्यभट्ट, वाराहमिहिर इत्यादि के सिद्धातों से तो अवगत होंगे ही जिनमें सूर्य को हमारे सौरमंडल के संदर्भ में स्थिर ही माना गया है । अतः सूर्य की गति की जगह सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति के सन्दर्भ में ही सायणाचार्य के उपर्युक्त सिद्धांत है । 

उपर्युक्त सिद्धान्त के आधार पर सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति निकालने से पहले हमें निमेश तथा योजन के बारे में जानने की आवष्यकता है ।

निमेश की गणना -
महाभारत के शांतिपर्व के आधार पर
15 निमेष = 1 काष्ठा
30 काष्ठा = 1 कला
30.3 कला = 1 मूहुर्त
30 मूहुर्त = 1 अहोरात्र
1 अहोरात्र = 1 दिन-रात
1 दिन-रात = 24 घंटे

अतः 24 घंटा = 30x30.3x30x15 निमेश = 24x60x60 सेकेण्ड

अर्थात् 409050 निमेश =86,400 सेकेण्ड

अतः 1/2 निमेश = 0.1056 सेकेण्ड               - अ

योजन की गणना -
जहां तक दूरी का सवाल है तो हमारे पुराणों में योजन को एक प्रामाणिक इकाई माना गया है । इसकी गणना इस प्रकार होती है -

4 हस्त = 1 धनु
2000 धनु = 1 गवयुति (वह दूरी जहां तक एक सामान्य भारतीय गौ की ध्वनि सुनाई देती है)
4 गवयुति = 1 योजन
1 योजन = 4 ग12000 फीट त्र 48,000 फीट
48,000 फीट = 9.09 मील

अर्थात् 1 योजन = 9.09 मील                            - आ

महर्षि सायण ने जो सूत्र दिया अर्थात् सूर्य का प्रकाश 1/2 निमेश में 2202 योजन चलता है - इसे उन्होंने कैसे निकाला है इसकी जानकारी हमें नही है । परंतु इसके आधार पर सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति इस प्रकार है -

प्रकाश की गति = 2202 योजन प्रति 1/2 निमेश
= 2202 योजन प्रति 0.1056 सेकेण्ड                 - समीकरण ‘अ’ से
= 2202x9.09 मील प्रति 0.1056 सेकेण्ड                -समीकरण ‘आ’ से
= 189547.15909 मील प्रति सेकेण्ड 

अर्थात् ऋृग्वेद के आधार पर सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति = 1,89,547 मील प्रति सेकेण्ड परन्तु आधुनिक विज्ञान के आधार पर सूर्य के प्रकाश की गति =1,86,000 मील प्रति सेकेण्ड है । इस संदर्भ में हम भारतवासी का पुनीत कर्तव्य हो जाता है कि वेद के ज्ञान का विस्तार हो तथा इसके लिए भारत सरकार को वेद, वेदांग (उपनिषद) पुराण इत्यादि शास्त्रों के विद्वानों की समितियाँ बनानी चाहिए जिससे इनमें स्थित अलौकिक ज्ञान को मानवोपयोगी बनाने की प्रक्रिया शुरू हो । भारतीय गणित, ज्योतिश, स्वरशास्त्र, संगीत, राजनीति, समाजशास्त्र, विज्ञान, औषधि, वैमानिकी, युद्धशास्त्र, वनस्पति शास्त्र, योगशास्त्र, सौन्दर्यशास्त्र, वास्तुशास्त्र इत्यादि की बारीकियों को उजागर कर उसे तुरंत कॉपीराइट करायें जिससे वे मानवोपयोगी सिद्ध हो तथा हमारे भारतीय मनीशियों को विश्व मंच पर यथायोग्य सम्मान मिल सके । हम 1200 वर्षों तक गुलाम रहे परंतु आज तो हम आजाद हैं । अतः आज हमारी विशेष जिम्मेदारी हो जाती है कि हम अपने पुरातन खोजों को सबके सामने लायें जिससे हम सभी विश्ववासी लाभान्वित हो सकें । हमारा विश्व परिवार सुख, शांति, एवं समृद्धि को प्राप्त हो । सर्वेभवन्तु सुखिनः, सर्वे सन्तु निरामयाः, सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु मा कश्चित्दुःख भाग्भवेत । अर्थात् सभी प्राणी (मनुष्य एवं मनुष्येतर) सुखी हो, स्वस्थ्य हों, सभी हरेक को कल्याणमयी दृश्टि से देखें, इन दिव्य भावों के अलौकिक आलोक से सारा जग आप्लावित हो जाये ।

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

A delegation of teachers met the Director of Education

A delegation of six teachers met the Director of Education -Shri Jaisingh Ahlawat Presidential candidate ; Mishra secretary candidate ; Preetima Khandelwal Press secretary; Ravindra Singh ; Rajpal Kasana; Pandit Ramkishan and Gajendra.  A no of teachers gathered at DTE OF EDUCATION office to give full support.

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Monday, June 23, 2014

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Rajendra Dhar

Everywhere people in India keep cribbing at all levels that the various systems that constitute Governance are either in shambles or are crumbling whether it be the Criminal Justice System, the Economic System, the Education System, the Political System, the Parliamentary System or for that matter any other System. The tragedy is that the only sufferer is the "Aam Aadmi" & none else.

To analyse & arrive at the truth that is we will have to first understand the basics.

A set of detailed methods, procedures, and routines established or formulated to carry out a specific activity, perform a duty, or solve a problem.

An organized, purposeful structure, regarded as a whole and, consisting of inter-related and inter-dependent elements (components, entities, factors, members, parts etc). These elements continually influence one another (directly or indirectly) to maintain their activity and the existence of the system, in order to achieve the goal of the system.

All systems have
(a) Inputs, outputs, and feedback mechanisms,
(b) Maintain an internal steady-state (called homeostasis) despite a changing external environment,
(c) Display properties that are peculiar to the whole (called emergent properties) but are not possessed by any of the individual elements, and
(d) Have boundaries that are usually defined by the system observer.

Systems underlie every phenomenon, and are everywhere one looks for them. They are limited only by the observer’s capacity to comprehend the complexity of the observed entity, item or phenomenon. Every system is a part of a larger system, is composed of sub-systems, and shares common properties with other systems that help in transferring understanding and solutions from one system to another. Systems obey rules that cannot be understood by breaking them into parts, and stop functioning (or malfunction) when an element is removed or altered significantly. Together, they provide a coherent and unified way of viewing and interpreting the universe as a meta-system of interlinked wholes, and of organizing our thoughts about the world.

Although different types of systems (from a cell to the human body, soap bubbles to galaxies, ant colonies to nations) look so very different on the surface, they have remarkable similarities. At the most basic level, the systems are divided into two categories: (1) Closed systems: theoretical constructs that have solid boundaries and where only the components within the system are assumed to exist in a self-sufficient state. All other influences or variables from outside the system are considered to be non-existent or insignificant for the purpose of the system analysis. (2) Open systems: the real-world systems that have permeable boundaries through which they continually exchange energy, material, and information with their external environment the larger system in which they exist. Different systems methodologies (such as systems dynamics and systems thinking) classify systems differently.

The effective operation and sustainable development of the social system benefit from the coordination ability of social management. In fact, to manage is to coordinate. It is a human-centered process operated for the desired goal of social organization. However, because of the University of Coordination, coordination becomes the core element in the management across all functions. As the social coordination involves many factors, such as technology, institution, information even ethics, moral and so on, administrators who incorporate these influencing factors into an integral whole, have natural connections with coordination and it is more due to the demands of reality and the course of history, rising from the inherent mechanism of coordination to building harmonious society and harmonious world, we can see that the responsibilities of administrators are particularly important, very profound and far-reaching.


The Answer Is Not That Very Simple & Obvious. Corruption On The One Hand & Vested Interests Of The Capitalists & The Politicians On The Other Hand Are The Root Causes.

However There Are Some Who As Part & Parcel Of These Systems On Condition Of Anonymity Say That There Are Administrative, Political As Well As Other Compulsions Which Force Them To Deliberately Put These Systems Into Disarray (The Reasons That Are There Will Be Brought Out At A Later Point Of Time).

However it has been observed over a period of time idiosyncratic & impulsive decisions taken by the politicians in power boomerang on the society and the nation leading to various kinds & types of devastation.

It is high time that all of us should join hands to stem the rot that is eating into all the systems of governance and we have to move fast before impending ominous anarchical tendencies take root for good.

Sunday, June 22, 2014


The Indian Super League (ISL) has entered into a strategic partnership with the English Premier League (EPL) – the World’s most popular and successful Football League to bring its best practices to India under the exchange program.

The Co-operation Agreement between the Indian Super League, co-promoted by IMG-Reliance, the joint venture between IMG and Reliance Industries, Star India with support from All India Football Federation (AIFF) and the English Premier League will allow the ISL to leverage the league's expertise in nurturing and growing a high quality football competition.  

England’s Premier League is the most watched continuous annual Global sporting event in the World. Last season, 13.9 million fans attended matches with record average stadium occupancy of 95.9%. Across nine months, 380 matches are viewed in 175 countries with coverage available in more than 650 million homes.

The Indian Super League, set to kick off in September 2014, will receive strategic support, advice and assistance from the Premier League to further the development of the League and its Clubs. The EPL will also assist in establishing Club governance, shaping the brand, fan engagement, defining anti-corruption and anti-doping policies for the ISL, as well as joint promotion of the ISL and Premier League Football in India.

The co-operation between the Indian Super League and the Premier League lends credence to the Indian Super League’s mission to engage the 200 million-plus Indian football fan base by showcasing a quality football offering with International standards of governance and an unparalleled viewing experience.

Indian Super League is an unrivalled Football Championship, aiming to foster local talent and feature International stars, making the game one of the Country’s flagship sports and India, a name to reckon within the global arena. ISL will feature eight franchises from Bangalore, Delhi, Goa, Guwahati, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune.

India is the Premier League’s number one market in terms of social media engagement, with an average reach of 1.48m Indian fans every week.

Through the alliance, Indian Super League will help Premier League and its Clubs in staging Football matches and assist in other business development initiatives in India. This will encourage exchange programmes and partnership building between Clubs of the two Leagues. Indian Super League and the Premier League will also cross-promote Football coverage on Star India’s platform to the growing Indian fan base.  

AIFF President Praful Patel said he was “pleased to be a part of the strategic partnership.”  “The AIFF is extremely pleased to be a part of the strategic partnership between the English Premier League and the Indian Super League. This is an outstanding opportunity for the Indian Super League to build from the very best in the business when it comes to running a highly successful league. The EPL is revered around the World and by learning from the practitioners who have made it so successful, the Indian Super League will develop and grow in the right way, ensuring benefits not only for the League itself but also for the wider Indian Football ecosystem in the longer term,” he stated.  

Richard Scudamore, Chief Executive of the Premier League, said: “Having earlier this year signed a mutual co-operation agreement with the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), we are very pleased to also enter into this partnership with the ISL. This will see both organisations work together and share knowledge in several key areas including player development, refereeing, marketing and promotion.”

“We know from our broadcast partner Star India and our work with the AIFF on our long-established grassroots football project Premier Skills that we run in several locations across India, that the popularity of Football, and the Premier League, is growing. There is a further opportunity to develop the sport as a result of that increased interest and we hope to continue to make a real contribution to all levels of Indian football,” he added.  

Mrs. Nita M. Ambani felt “Partnering with Premier League brings credence to Indian Super League.” “Partnering with Premier League brings credence to Indian Super League and to our vision of popularizing the sport in India. I am confident that the tie-up will immensely help in nurturing and establishing Indian Super League with good governance and best practices. The alliance also presents a great opportunity of partnership and cross promotions between the ISL League Partners and Premier League Clubs,” she said. 

Meanwhile, Jeff Slack, Senior Vice President, IMG, Global Football Development, maintained that “Pairing the Premier League, an established best-in-class football organization, with the Indian Super League is a dream arrangement for football fans in India. The ability to leverage the Premier League’s experience in creating a successful League model for both Players and fans will be a tremendous value to the Indian Super League as it continues to grow the sport in India.”

Uday Shankar, CEO, Star India added, “The partnership puts belief in our Star's Sports philosophy ‘Believe.’ From a game that hobbled about on the fringes of Indian sports, there's promise that this partnership will lift and reinvigorate Football. Star strongly believes in creating local heroes, inspiring Indians to believe greatness is possible through sport and together we can create a world where sports comes first. The partnership with PL is going to help us achieve just that. Through this tie-up Star India will cross promote coverage of the Indian Super League and the Premier League to the growing base of Indian Football followers.”

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