APEC ministerial meeting eyes boosting regional economy

APEC ministerial meeting eyes boosting regional economy
Albert del Rosario, chair of the ministerial meeting, said in a briefing that the ministers of the APEC member-states strongly agreed on the need to enhance human resource development through pursuing strategic cooperation in human capital development …
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Aided status for 35 AIP schools
It was launched by the Ministry of Human Resource Development under the National Education Policy framed in 1986 and amended in 1992. Under the IAP, the government had permitted six higher secondary schools, 11 upper primary schools, and 24 lower …
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International Migration from Kerala and Its Impact
The book then discusses the role of migration in Kerala's human resource development. The authors attempt to analyse the educational/occupational status of the migrants and compare them with that of non-migrants. While emigration drains Kerala of some …
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'Setting up IITs in Karnataka, Kerala will rectify regional imbalance'

'Setting up IITs in Karnataka, Kerala will rectify regional imbalance'
Murthy, who has written to Union Minister for Human Resource Development Smriti Irani, said Karnataka and Kerala had been educationally conscious, and getting quality faculty members to IITs in the two States would not be difficult compared to many of …
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Mani-Talk: 'Governance, Modiji, Is About Making Choices'
And it is they and the vested interests they represent that have always loudly resented as "give-aways" whatever is reserved for poverty alleviation (oops, I mean, of course, "poverty elimination", ha, ha) and human resource development. It is comical …
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Are Smaller States the Answer?
Kerala was created by merging the Malabar district of the Madras Presidency with Travancore and Cochin. Kannada-speaking areas of Bombay, … The people of Jharkhand wanted a state for themselves as they perceived that Bihar was being unfair to them …
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