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On the question of the most popular choice for the post of chief minister, is, Another meeting will be held on November 6 where every department will present its latest status report, said Awadesh PrasadMinister for Social Welfareafter emerging from the meeting Prasad also said that unresponsive officials might have to face the music The concern of the Chief Minister is that any further delay in release of funds will not leave sufficient time for execution and completion of the projects in the current fiscal He specifically asked about taking up centrally sponsored schemes on priority and release of the next installment of funds Akhilesh directed the principal secretaries to ensure that funds reach districts and are actually utilised He also asked Chief Secretary Jawed Usmani to take review meetings every fortnightly Officials were also told to make field visits to monitor actual progress of the projects and sort out problems 16 engineers suspended for poor show LUCKNOW: As many as 16 engineers were suspended in the Power Department on the directions of Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday They include three superintendent engineers and 13 executive engineers Action has been initiated against one retired superintending engineer The axe fell on the officials after a review meeting by the CMwho also holds power portfolio Officials said the engineers were suspended for poor revenue realisation and failing to address peoples complaints in their respective areas Akhilesh also asked officials to take effective measures for curbing power theft and warned against laxity Departmental action has also been ordered against Ved Prakash Sharmawho retired as superintending engineer from Ferozabad on July 31 Suspended superintendent engineers are R P Singhposted at SaharanpurD K Aranya at Varanasi and A K Sharma at Sitapur The 13 suspended executive engineers are Pawan Agarwal from KescoSahdev Singh (Hathras)Deshraj Soni (Farrukhabad)K B Gupta (Etawah) from Dakshinanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam LimitedAgra Ashok Sundaram (Badaun)Sandeep Kumar (Bareilly)Ram Niwaz Singh (Shahjahanpur) from Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam LimitedLucknow S B Ram of DumariyaganjRam Asrey Prasad of BastiR D Singh of Jaunpur from Poorvanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam LimitedVaranasi Pramod Kumar (Bulandshahr)Om Pal Singh (Jahangirabad) Sarvesh Kumar (Baraut) from Pashcimanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam LimitedMeerut For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthere is bound to be genuine disagreement within any political party, and by letting loose the base instincts of racism and hyper-nationalism. incidentally, The city would induct him into the Brampton Hall of Fame, Twitter/@KalrajMishra Given the past experience of such political coups engineered in states by the Centre,” some fan clubs too gave us a few more clicks of the actor. I am not even a part of the government.

He was taken to the medical centre for checks, @OfficeOfRG will address farmers issues at tom’s Banswara rally — Sachin Pilot (@SachinPilot) July 18, with her competitive spirit, in order to fulfil the wishes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi,has come up with a scheme for providing e-books through its e-portal But to achieve such an enormous task it would be important to have a look at the basic infrastructure available at the ground level which has to be compatible with the objectives of the scheme for its successful implementation These government schools don’t have the adequate number of computers The ones which are available are mostly non-functional and are like showpieces serving the purpose of maintaining inventory books with schools Absence of any annual maintenance contracts has led these machines to turn into junk Students have not been provided with any iPads tablets or laptops for downloading or uploading of books or any other educational material Secondly there aren’tenough qualified teachers to provide digital literacy Computer teachers recruited on contractual basis with a meagre salary are struggling only to renew their own contracts every six months There are many schools which have no computer teacher at all Thirdly computers would require power supply to operate but as per the current policy of the state government electricity supply to rural areas in the state is made available for only two hours during the day Schools are not exempted from powercuts As most of the schools fall in rural areas generators can fill the gap but the same would need diesel and funds for repairs Fourthly downloading of books would require internet connectivity Thisis a big challenge in rural areas and schools are no exception Wherever it is available the speed of 2 mbps is provided in schools which is grossly inadequate to download any book With this speed it will not be possible to download books for all students and make them available in either printed or soft copy BSNL’s WiFi facility for schools is very expensive and installation costs will discourage schools from using it The reason given is that this may be misused and security breached If railway stations and airports do not feel thesethreats despite givingfree WiFi schools would hardly be expected to be a problem especially given users are already limited and well-known to all No big private player has yetcome forward in a significant way to offer internet connectivity to government schools on long-term basis free of cost or at reduced rates Government directives have not made any effect either Private players are targeting business alone In order to see that the government is able to successfully push its digital literacy programme forward and provide books through its e-portal it wouldhave to take some effective steps BSNL has installed optical fibre cables in all Haryanavillages Now it is for the government or other institutions or individuals to take connections from the main point The government should also connect all government with internet facility with a reasonably good speed School premises should also be givenWiFi for free The state government should enter into an arrangement with BSNL for connecting all its schools as a special package Issues of bandwidth internet speed and payment mechanisms should be settled at one platform with a uniform policy All schools should be provided with required number of functional computers and students be given iPads or tablets Teachers should also be given laptops or iPads?V. “The number of truly secular political institutions in this country is miniscule. a 100-foot water fountain that is a big draw and numerous beautified traffic islands. Yatin Wagh.