Transcription of dictation no.40 

Nagaland Governor, Dr. Ashwani Kumar today felicitate the toppers and rank holders of the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate and Degree students of 2014 at Durbar Hall in the Raj Bhawan, Kohima. Addressing the toppers and awardees, the Governor said that victory will depend on the practice and passion of the student and also the support and dedication of the parents and the institution. While appreciating the efforts made by the students and the institution for the colorful outcome, the Governor also expressed his concern on the poor performances of the students from Government schools. He pointed out that only nine out of fiftyfive toppers were from the Government Higher Secondary Schools and colleges. He encouraged the students and teachers, particularly those studying in government institutions not to deter but give their best to be at bar with the rest. The Governor urged the students to remain grateful to the institutions and to strive for higher and greater achievements. Altogether 55 toppers of HSSLC from Arts, Science and Commerce streams were awarded today. The award carried a laptop, cash prize and a citation.

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Parliamentary Secretary for Higher Education, Deo Nukhu today said Higher Education subsystem in the State is guided by tnp{s Es-Expansion, Equity and Excellence. He was speaking at the Meritorious Award ceremony for toppers and rank holders of the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate and Degree students of 2013 at Durbar Hall in Raj Bhawan Kohima. Mr. Nukhu informed that at present one central university and four private universities are catering to the requirements of higher and technical education in the State. He said with fifteen Government colleges and around forty-five secular private colleges catering to about thirty thousand students in the State, the achievement in expansion and equity is commendable. Mr. Nukhu expressed the view that higher education need to be expanded further by consolidating the existing institutions rather than opening new ones. The Parliamentary Secretary also informed that the department intends to introduce Post Graduate programmes in the colleges in §Ufej€Cte like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and other subjects were mere is demand and NU has limited seats.

Nagaland Parliamentary Secretary for CAWD and Economics & Statistics, R. Tohanba said an economy cannot improve without proper statistics, and called for correct statistical data In the State. Assigned with the additional charge of Economics & Statistics, Tohanba visited the Directorate in Kohima yesterday, and said that the economy of the State cannot grow without strengthening this department.

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Transcription of dictation no. 39

The Supreme Court held that a woman employee of central government can get uninterrupted leave for two years for child care, which also includes needs like examination and sickness. A bench of justices S J Mukhopadhaya and V Gopala Gowda set aside the order of Calcutta High Court which had held that Central Civil Services (Leave) Rules do not permit uninterrupted Child Care Leave for 730 days. The court passed the order on a petition filed by a woman government employee challenging government’s decision not to grant her leave of 730 for preparing her son for secondary examinations. AH arrangements are in place for tomorrow’s fifth phase of Lok Sabha polls in 121 Constituencies spread over 12 States and 77 Assembly segments in Odisha. The Lok Sabha Constituencies include all 28 seats in Karnataka, 20 in Rajasthan, 19 in Maharashtra, 11 each in Uttar Pradesh and Odisha, 10 in Madhya Pradesh, seven in Bihar and six in Jharkhand. In Naxal afTected areas in seven Assembly segments in Bihar special security arrangements have been made to ensure peaceful voting. Polling in these segments in Mlinger, Lakhisarai, Jehanabad and rural areas in Patliputra parliamentary constituency will end at 4 P.M. Extra vigiol is being kept by district administration in Hassan district of Karnataka at 17 polling stations identified as vulnerable to elephant attacks in Alur and Sakaleshpur constituencies. Forest department officials have been deputed on duty along with poll staff in the wake of elephant menace. Two teams with tranquilizer guns and cages have also been deployed in areas \ where leopards have often been spotted.

The final percentage polling of the April 9 Lok Sabha election has been declared by the office of the Returning Officer’s office for the Nagaland Parliamentary Election, 2014 at 88.57 per cent The EVMs are being kept in the Strong Rooms of the office of the District Electoral Officer with round-the clock security and under CCTV scan in all twelve Strong rooms. Counting of the Votes will be taken up on May 16.

The inaugural programme of the Monument built in tribute to Major General John ML Grover, MC, General Officer Commanding 2nd Division, 33 Corps and Ins officers and soldiers was held today at Jotsoma Centenary Ground, Kohima Brigadier G.K. Bibby, who spoke on behalf of the visitors from Great Britain said Jotsoma people played a critical role in the victory of Great Britain over Japan in the battle of Kohima.

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