Vol III Issue No. 08                                                                                                                                                                           August 2017

Cooperative Federalism  |   Administrative Reforms  |  Rural Economy  |  Education Reforms  |  Skill Development Economic Reforms

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TOP STORIES

DoPT clears way for tariff regulatory body for railways
The Indian Express, August 30, 2017

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has finally laid down the terms and conditions for setting up the long-awaited tariff regulatory body for the railways, a senior railway official told PTI.  More....

Will a New Vice-Chairman mean a New NITI Aayog?
The Wire, August 09, 2017

​The success of Rajiv Kumar’s tenure, who has moved from the left of the ideological spectrum to the right, will depend whether he succeeds in moving the Aayog away from being a government mouthpiece and creating a shared narrative around job creation.  More....

24 states look set to scrap no-detention policy in schools from 2018
The Times of India, August 05, 2017

As many as 24 states are likely to scrap the no-detention policy in schools from 2018 with the Union Cabinet and Parliament approving the amendment of the relevant provision of the right to education act that allows the states to bring back evaluation-based promotions.  More....
 


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