HC says Schools to allocate free winter uniforms to its poor students

Delhi High Court, free winter uniforms to its poor students, Justice Manmohan

On Friday, The Delhi High Court asked an unaided private school to offer winter uniform free of cost to all those kids that belong to economically weaker section that study in the school.

Justice Manmohan ordered this on the petition of nine EWS children who study at Vidya Bharti School. The petitioners told to the court that they are unable to buy study materials, expensive books and uniforms because they are poor and this is stopping them from getting the quality education.

They also pleaded that if they are provided such facilities, they will entitle to same as Right to Education Act and Delhi Right to Education Rules. Advocate Khagesh Jha filed this petition on the behalf of the children, school and the Directorate of Education (DoE).

Bangalore University is installing CCTV cameras for paper valuation

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To monitor the paper evaluation and to avoid malpractices, marks scams and paper evaluation scams, Bangalore University is now installing CCTV cameras for paper valuation. From November 27, 2014, UG examination paper evaluation started in the University and Around 44 CCTV cameras have been installed the evaluation centre and the university is taking all steps to restrict the entry of unofficial people to the evaluation centres

According to The Registrar of Evaluation, Prof Ningegowda, approximately 3,500 evaluators will evaluate the exam papers and each evaluator will get a package of 18 papers. He also said those 35 CCTV cameras in 2013 and it has been amplified to 44.  The University issued ID cards to evaluators without which they will be permitted to evaluate the paper at evaluation centres.

Government decision to make Sanskrit third language in KVs

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On Thursday, The central government confirmed the news that Sanskrit will be the third language in lieu of German in Kendriya Vidyalayas from class 6 to 8 and there should not be any doubt about it.

Government’s Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi submitted affidavit about this decision about the government in the court after the decision of the government sparked controversy all over the country. The government is facing strong objection from the parents whose kids have chosen German as their third language.

A notice has been issued to the central government and Kendriya Vidyalayas  by a bench headed by Justice Anil R.Dave challenging the government’s decision to replace German with Sanskrit in the the academic mid-session

India can lead with Quality Education: President Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee said that a “quality-oriented” education system is highly needed to transform this country into one of the most dominant country on the world.

Saying that the teaching and learning method is quickly changing, the president asserted the fact that India has shaped itself as a diverse, pluralistic and secular society and is highly capable of dealing with challenges, aspirations and changes.

He as addressing the birthday celebration function of Wardha Shikshan Mandal stablished by Shrikrishnadas Jajoo and Jamnalal Bajaj, both late associates of Mahatma Gandhi.

Union Minister for Transport and Shipping Nitin Gadkari, Wardha Shikshan Mandal chairman and industrialist Rahul Bajaj, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Maharashtra Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao were also presented in the ceremony.

No Step to make changes in NCERT textbooks: HRD Ministry

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The central government has rejected the move to change NCERT textbooks especially history segment. The human resource development ministry has informed the LOK sabha that there is no any intention of the government to take “corrective measures” to change the NCERT books syllabus.  The ministry said that Aryan culture and Vedic age are sufficiently reflected in the curriculum in books educated in CBSE-affiliated schools.

Minister of state for HRD, Upendra Kushwaha, Said in a written reply that the textbooks of class VI which is published by NCERT Aryan culture and Vedic is well explained in chapter 5 and chapter 6. Kushwaha also stated that the course if fully based on the academic accomplishments of great Indians and are taught in several range of books such as technical, artistic, scientific, philosophical and scriptural.

Demand for management education is on sharp decrease in the country

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MBA colleges in the country are on the verge of closure because enrollment to management courses is sharply decreasing.  Nagpur University suffers from the problem badly as its students are now looking for courses that provide a chance of becoming an entrepreneur or job prospects.

NU officials informed that about half a dozen NU colleges that are offering management degrees (MBA), are at the risk of closure on account of the lack of students.  Some colleges have applied for the shutting down the operation from the next academic session (2015-16) itself. Some others have applied for the closure of some courses.

Approx 0.9 million overseas students learning in the USA

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Currently, Approx 886,052 international students are studying in the USA.  In the academic year 2013-14, there is an 8% enhance in the total number of international students studying in the USA. The Institute of International Education (IIE) just published their annual Open Doors data which is one of the most comprehensive data about the US students studying abroad and the international students studying in US.

As per the reports of IIE, New York University is the most popular University for both international students and study abroad.  The report also revealed the fact that students from India increase every after three years decrease.

The USA has more colleges than that of the world’s 4.5 million globally mobile college and more students than any country of the world. It has almost double students hosted by the UK.  This report is published every year the Institute of International Education with the co-operation of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Nearly, 50% of international students belong to China, India and South Korea. Approx $27 billion has been contributed to the US economy by international students in 2013-14.

CAT 2014: Candidates Can Change Their Birth and Gender If Needed

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The CAT exam for year 2014 had been scheduled to take place on November 22, 2014. As per the students, the exam paper was mixed with tough questions on the first day and there were easy questions on the second day.  In general, the CAT paper was easy compared with the least year exam papers.

IIM Indore offers students a chance to edit / correct the incongruity filled by them.  Aspirants are permitted to change/correct/edit their date of birth / gender in the CAT 2014 application starting from November 25 to November 28, 2014. Candidates are permitted to make improvement in the application form only by visiting the CAT website.  Nearly 1.96 lakh students had registered for the CAT 2014 examinations.

Delhi University would launch skill-based courses

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With the assistance of the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), Delhi University is starting skill-based courses with an intention to increase the employment potential of students.  These courses will be available in all colleges affiliated with the DU both short and long term.

Skill-based training along with the graduation syllabus will start from January in many DU colleges.  Students will get training of several industries such as the automotive industry, tourism and hospitality, media and entertainment, healthcare, IT and IT-enabled services, financial services and insurance and banking.

As per DU media manager Malay Neerav, 70% of all students will be assured to get a job through placement or become a business person in above sectors.  The main motto of this initiate is to increase the employment potential of the students with placement help, certificates of ability and systematic training.

Delhi High Court told playschools to admit 25 percent poor kids

Play School

On Monday, the Delhi High Court said that playschools in the capital which got land from the government at concessional rates will have to enroll 25% students from weaker section of the society totally free of cost.  A division bench of Chief Justice G. Rohini and Justice R.S. Endlaw gave the verdict that if any school breaches the ruling of the court, the DDA will resume the process of annulment of the lease.

The ruling of the court come on a petition filed from NGO Justice for all by advocate Khagesh Jha.  The bench also criticized the government and the DDA for not developing any machinery for ensuring fulfillment of the condition where the land distributed to schools much below the market rates. The Directorate of Education (DoE) of the Delhi government did not abide by its duty of ensuring fulfillment by the schools

Problems And Challenges Faced by Indian Education System

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Every year, new schools and colleges are being opened in almost all cities in India, but the quality education is still a long awaited dream for millions of Indian students. In this article, we will bring your attention towards the problems and difficulties prevailing in the education system in this country:

 

  No practical knowledge:

In schools and colleges, lots of attention is given to theory and books and practical knowledge is completely ignored. When these students pass the exam, they forget all the things they have studied due of lack of practical experience.  In India, parents and teachers expect their students to score high in the exam (rather than acquiring the quality knowledge) and thus the education becomes a rat race.  Practical knowledge and skill based education is still far away from the reach of students studying in schools, colleges and universities.

 

Lack of Research or critical analysis:

 

Problems solving skills are one of the most important things that are required when students complete their studies and look for jobs to earn money and build up their career.  This can be learned by participating in problem solving projects with the use of creative and critical thinking.  In India, despite the fact that we have the highest number of engineering graduates, still we lack technological innovation.  Students must have capability to solve the problems and difficulties that the country is facing today.  Most of the students don’t have their own approach towards any problem and they do so only on the instruction of their parents, teachers, neighbors and friends.  Schools and colleges must pay attention to case studies, research based assignment and problem solving project so that students can get the fresh ideas about their surroundings and can easily solve the problem they face.

 

Absence of personality development program:

 

Schools and colleges in India demand student’s performance in terms of marks and they are not well exposed to the external world.  When students complete their graduation and enter into the job market, they face problems to get a job as per their capability simply because they don’t meet the criteria and skills required for the job.  Companies want to hire those individuals that are aware of the course of the action. It is highly essential to start personality development program is schools and colleges to improve the education standards.

 

Absence of Entrepreneurship development scheme:

The majority of the students want to get a job after finishing their education. They don’t like starting their own business because they are of the view that they can’t become a business person and face the challenges during the circulation of their business. The absence of Entrepreneurship abilities is halting the progress of our country in several fields.  Our education system should be such that it should generate enthusiasm to become a business person and it should also produce scientist, writers, thinkers, designers etc only that India can be knowledge based economy and claim to be regarded as superpower.

 

Cast reservation and paid seat:

 

In Indian education system, seats are reserved for reserved cast and rich students. The education system should give equal chance to all students irrespective of their cast and creed.  In India, the child of good a rich family gets good education just because of ample money whereas the child of a poor family hardly gets the primary education.  The government data discloses the better reality that only one child out of 7(that takes birth in India) goes to school. This problem should be taken into notice as soon as possible and do some serious work to change the situation as soon as possible.

 

 Outdated syllabus:

There is an urgent need to change the present system of higher education in the country. We need to ensure quality in education as well as quantity. Students are getting the knowledge from outdated syllabus. Lots of technological and scientific improvements are taking place in India and therefore the courses are Graduate and post graduates must be updated as per the industrial and technological development.

 

Other problems:

1) Expenditure in our universities are as high as 50%

2) Many schools and colleges use foreign languages as the medium of instruction which hampers the natural educational growth of millions of students who are not at home in foreign languages

3) Too much importance to examination and Political interference in schools and colleges

4) Rapid increase of irrelevant college and universities and

5) Absence of library, laboratory and other facilities in schools and colleges.

 

Breathing in Bodhi “Life Skills, Attitude and Values” – A Must for Children for India to Succeed

Life skills and Attitude & Values

 

 

The system of education followed in the schools today are not extensive knowledge of basic writing, reading and numeric skills that are needed to get along with the competitive world of growing technology and complications. The education system of India undoubtedly has lots of pros one can ever praise of, but not to ignore, a majority of them focus on making children the robots.

There is much more in life beyond all this which can help children manage and enjoy life in a better way. And life skills are an indispensable part of it.

Life skills – the emerging necessity!

Life Skills are the skills that help in managing and living a high quality life by reaching our life’s goal and live to our complete potential. There is no comprehensive list of life skills. The life skills to be adapted by a person depends on the culture, beliefs, age, region to which he belongs and the external environment influencing him.

To be very precise, life skills encompass skills like personal skills, communicative skills, literacy, numeracy etc. which are highly essential for any person to survive in the current trend of the world. Having good skills will definitely make children of India both in terms of knowledge and discipline.

Learning life skills in the proper way will help children to communicate, understand, and perform well in school as well as at work in the future. Communicative skills help them in mingling with others and learning the proper way to interact with people in different situations. Personal skills help the children learn discipline. These skills give a perfect touch to the way they dine, the way they dress themselves. The methods they use to manage stress and emotions thus making life more simple and happy for them to live.

Literacy and numeracy skills help the children in the aspect of verbal and quantitative aptitudes. In the present world, nothing can be achieved without these two. Hence, to make children more sharp and bright these life skills are highly essential.

And like it’s said, it’s not aptitude but your attitude that decides your altitude!

Attitude does not have a perfect generation as it is an individual’s attribute and varies from person to person. It can vaguely be defined as the reaction of a person to an action, place or a thing.  The attitude of a child determines its future. It determines how the child views its future and will perform actions based on this attitude.

Positive attitude is an approach to life in a positive way. It is a thought that everything good or bad happens for one’s good. This positive approach in life will help children achieve goals without any discouragement and distractions.

Values – they are of utmost value!

Values are essential elements in one’s life. They determine the character of a child. Adding good values into a child will make him a good person in the future. The values that have to be incorporated in children include truthfulness, respecting elders, honesty, loving all, being patient and give their best at whatever they do in school or at work.

Doesn’t matter, how better you equip the India’s next Gen with high end technology and facilities, comforts and luxuries, the generation would be worth appreciation if a proper dosage of life skills, attitude and values is given in perfect proportion.

In nutshell…

Having concluded that life skills, attitude and values are a must for the overall growth of the child, the fact that these three elements also result in the overall personality development and help a child to excel in studies cannot be ignored. Excelling in studies is not just limited to scoring good marks on the basis of memory, but rather academic excellence involves a bigger skill set comprising of punctuation, discipline, attitude, clear objectives, perspective, orientation, confidence and the list is big. All this is achieved fairly with the proper introduction of life skills, values and attitude.

 

 

President Pranab Mukherjee Presents National Child Award to Children

Pranab Presents National Child Award to 20 Children

President Pranab Mukherjee, on Nov 14 in New Delhi, awarded National Child Awards to 20 children for their outstanding accomplishments and capabilities in a variety of fields on the occasion of Children’s Day according to a statement issued by Rashtrapati Bhavan. Out of 20 awards, 5 were given to children from Karnataka, two each to Tamil Nadu and Haryana and one to the kid of Delhi.

Additionally, Mukherjee also gave the Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Awards, 2014 to three people from Karnataka, Punjab and Uttarakhand for their excellent involvement in the direction of service for children. The awards were given to awardees at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

On the sidelines of the function Mukherjee had meetings with the students personally and told them to look for motivation from the principles and sacrifice of Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first PM whose birthday is distinguished as Children’s Day Nov 14. He also called upon schools, houses, classrooms and surroundings clean.

Udaan Scheme for Girl Students has Launched

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The CBSE’s Udaan scheme as commended on Friday with in intention to challenge of lower girl enrolment rates in engineering colleges and encourage enlightening opportunities among girl students.   Udaan offers a platform for better learning opportunities for girls.

 

These programmes has been designed by Human resource development (HRD) ministry and is fully aimed at providing a base for talented girl students aspiring for getting higher education in engineering and help them to prepare for IIT JEE along with studying in class 11 and 12.

 

As per a representative of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE),   Udaan scheme for girl  targets the lower admission of females in engineering colleges and its first goal is to cover the quality gap between school education and engineering entrance through the three dimensions of education- assessment, transaction and curriculum design. There is also the provision of financial assistance to students based on their appraisal process built in the programme.

DU Would Installs Special Technology for Blind Students in Libraries

Delhi University

Delhi University is preparing to install a special technology to scan books and transcribe text to speech in all its libraries as it will be benefit visually-challenged students at a large scale. Several software has been allocated to make a suitable package in the course of the University Equal opportunity Cell.

According to an Officer on Special Duty at EOC, there are some universities in the country that have taken steps to meet the demands of blind students to provide the same learning same atmosphere. Another EOC official Bipin Tiwari said that certain universities in foreign countries to facilitate blind students to study and work in an independent fashion alike other students. But, in India, we are first university providing reading machines and accessible system to blind students.

Central Government to Launch Rashritya Avishkar Abhiyan

Central Government to Launch Rashritya Avishkar Abhiyan, Rashritya Avishkar Abhiyan

Last week at an event, Union human resource development minister Smriti Irani said that the Central government is planning to launch a new scheme Rashritya Avishkar Abhiyan(national innovation mission) next year.  She said that the government will start Rashtriya Avishkar Abhiyan on behalf of the government of India in a bid to inspire students of primary and secondary education to get enquiry-based learning for the subjects of maths and science as a profession, not only for pursuing their academics. Government is also willing to stop brain drain seriously.

She also talked about other initiatives name by Unnat Bharat Abhiyan which involves IITS, IIMs and central universities for rural uplift. Greg Clark, the minister of state for universities, science and cities, UK spoke in summit that UK-India programme has been launched and more than 25,000 young UK aspirants will work in Indian schools as teaching assistants and will learn about the country through cultural immigration courses.

Polish Representative Says Students They Are the Future of India

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Tomasz Lukaszuk, Poland’s ambassador to India, in a school ceremony, said to students that they should consider themselves as the future of India and added that the future of the country, its greater acceptance and acknowledgment in the international comity of nations and the progress of the nation were in their hands.

Invited as the Guest of Honour at annual day and prize distribution ceremony of the Shanti Gyan International Senior Secondary School, Goyla, Dwarka, at the Airforce Auditorium, Subroto Park, New Delhi on weekend, Ambassador Lukaszuk praised the efforts of the school management and faculty for their praiseworthy efforts to encourage their students to think big and know how to use the education and other curricular activities for the nation’s benefit as well as the individual benefit.  He stated that India is going through a new phase and it will help students to know their full potential. Distinguished guests gave prizes to meritorious students in the meeting.

Application dates for XAT 2015 extended till Nov 30

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The application date for the XAT 2015 has been extended up to November 30, 2014. Previously, the last date application for it was November 22, 2014. The registration process for XAT was commenced in August 12, 2014.  No other changes were made in the schedule of XAT 2015. The conducting body of XAT, XLRI published this news on its official webpage.

It is not the first case that the application deadline for XAT has been extended. It was done at many times by XLRI. Approx, 90,000 aspirants appeared for XAT 2014.

 

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Children’s Day Celebration With DISHA PUBLICATION

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Every year, Children’s Day is celebrated universally on 20th November.  It is also acknowledged as Bal Diwas.  The birth date of India’s first Prime Minister Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru has been celebrated as children’s day for the welfare of children all over the world. This day is celebrated to encourage common exchange and understanding among children around the Globe.

Lots of activities are marked for children on this day. Events and activities are organized by schools to keep their students carefully enjoy. Also, the downtrodden street children are taken into notice.  In place of celebrating it with imperiousness, there is an urgent need to do something to bring some great changes into the lives of unprivileged children.

Keeping this thinking in mind, DISHA PUBLICATION, India’s leading book publishing house has started a programme in which deprived, but meritorious students will get useful books, gifts and rewards in so that they may feel like a mainstream kid and take interest in studies to make their future bright.  This program shows Disha’s commitments towards promoting education to all sections of Indian society and contributes to the goal of fully literate nation.

Coimbatore and Pune Among 100 Kushal Educational Centres Across India

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Coimbatore and Pune stand first among the 100 Knowledge upgradation centres for expert human accomplishment and education action (KUSHAL) planned by the HRD department.

The vice-chairman of UGC, H Devaraj, while speaking in the 24th Graduation Day of SNR Sons College, said that the proposed centres will match up the whole skill expansion attempts of higher education institutions.

The course of action on the scheme is being made by the UGC and is funded by the ministry. He also said that educational institutions need to bring in skill-based courses in this technology savvy era so that graduates can easily get familiar with the required skills and techniques needed for getting the job.

 

Haryana All Set to Develop State Universities as ‘Centers of Brilliance’

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Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that his government has planning to develop the Universities of the state as ‘centres of excellence’. On Sunday, while addressing teachers after launching the administrative block of Pt Neki Ram Sharma Government College in Rohtak said this.

The CM also invited teachers to give suggestions to improve the education system and said that the government will welcome all such suggestions. He stated that No one should be denied schooling because of unfavourable family state of affairs and sufficient chances should be provided to all brilliant students. He described teachers as the “helmsmen of the nation and said that teachers direct societies in the right direction by cultivating moral values among the youth.

IIT-Madras Collaborates with Purdue University for Doctoral Candidates

IIT-Madras collaborates with Purdue University

On Friday, IIT-Madras reached a memo of understanding with US based Purdue University for combined administration of doctoral candidates between the two institutions. Legislative body of the two institutions anticipated that the corporation will lead to a combined PhD plan later on.

Purdue University head Mitch Daniels said that the faculty of both these two universities will advise doctoral students of both the universities.  Students will visit to the other university and this will foster international experience for students studying in these two universities.

Purdue University is the third most famous STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in United States of America and has ranked high among world universities in The Times Higher Education World University rankings and World Report rankings of undergraduate programmes.

More than a dozen faculty members from seven departments at IIT-M are engaged in combined research with their corresponding person at Purdue. This university has 1,500 students from India.

The presidents of the two institutions spoke about improvements being introduced in the university that will help students to learn the requirements of today’s job market.  Daniels said in a statement that there were looking for ways to change at least one of the university’s colleges to a project-based mode so that students could pursue the course according to their potential.

Delhi University holds job fair for undergraduates

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Delhi University has started a job fair for undergraduate students who will complete their graduation in 2015. Approx, 5,000 students will be able to get job opportunities. The Dean Students’ Welfare, DU said that 35 students have got job themselves successfully and three companies will hire around 100 students in the first session of placement drive. The job post offered to these candidates will include academic coordinators, customer care executive, nutritionist, content writing and business development.

He also said that the average package offered to candidates is INR4.8 lakh per year. It is well known fact that DU’s Central Placement Cell (CPC) starts placement drives every year wherein students can get registered for job vacancies in companies that visit the DU campus.

Smriti Irani Asks IIM’s to Create Original Knowledge

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The Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani asked IIM’s to create original knowledge and purposed a 13 point agenda for IIM’s for developing their organization proficiency in different areas comprising the National Development Goals.

While Addressing the Directors and Chairpersons of Institutes of Managements (IIM’s) in Bengaluru, she urged the Chairpersons and Directors of IIM’s to develop the plans and schemes to make the nation ready with both teacher and manpower.

She expressed that the IIM’s, along with IITs, IIITs and Central Universities, should make a method to create a worldwide Talent Pool of well-known persons that are capable to benefit not only IIM’s but also the other institutions in the country as well.  She said that IIM’s should build a knowledge association just like IIM Ahmadabad in a bid to add up various institutions to create possible notions such as twinning and credit transfer.

The meeting was concentrated on issues such as ICT, National Ranking Framework for the management institutions and enrolment procedure in IIM’s, review of the institutes, national development goals and steps to increase the publicly significant research to make a superior impact on national policy carrying out.

She also asked IIM’s to build up an extraordinary programme for students of the North-Eastern states and work with local industries and local communities with the intention of improve their supervision capability. She said IIM’s should contribute their management expertise for the development of national projects such as Green Cities and smart cities.  She expressed IIM’s need to build up a structure for ranking management institutions according to the priorities of the developing countries to assist domestic institutions practise educational excellence.

Teachers Backup MA English Students & Asked For Meeting of General Body

Teachers Support MA English Students

More than 50 English teachers from different colleges of Delhi University became unanimous and wrote a letter to Sumanyu Satpathy, the department of English. They supported the demand of MA English students’ for conversation on the subject of their complaint on educational matter.

More than 200 students of the MA English programme complained Satpathy in September in opposition to three newly-appointed teachers. They complained about their offensive statements and the standard of their lectures. Another group led mainly by students of history-had complained against employed all the way through reservation.

In October Month, the objecting students of the English department who were asking the HOD to assemble a general body meeting of students and teachers, were refused. The English teachers’ group-Joint Action Body is of the view that the counter allegations of caste prejudice in the department and poor-quality lectures can only be solved in a democratic platform.

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