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A state police officer seldom says no to a task he or she is assigned The pride of the force is that it is also free from communal or caste feelings Ability to lead and stringent democratic roots add to the strength of the police force The average level of education at the forces entry level is also rising The West Bengal police has perhaps the most educated police leadership cadre in the worldaccording to the document For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghna Malik Gurdarshan Singh | Chandigarh | Published: June 30 2016 7:33 am (Illustration: CR Sasikumar) Top News Even as students continue to aspire to become engineers and doctors an opportunity to work in government offices public and private sector undertakings has come across as the major driving force for students opting for vocational courses such as Stenography and Computer Applications “The two-year course in Stenography and Computer Applications not only helps students in learning shorthand and typing it also teaches them communication skills The course provides students an opportunity to work in the private sector as well as with all the wings of the government ” a trainer for Stenography and Computer Applications at a government school told Chandigarh Newsline Having learnt the course a lot of students seek to work in the capacity of personal assistants in various government offices and public sector undertakings Kirti Singhal a student who finished her schooling from Government Model Senior Secondary School Sector 19 said “In my senior secondary I opted for Stenography because it provided me with the basic training in computers as well as shorthand After finishing school I joined a private company” Singhal however said that she now plans to continue with her education and will study BCom Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Even as these vocational courses groom students to take up jobs in a professional capacity after school a majority of them however choose to continue with their higher education On the other hand some students also opt for distance learning programmes as they continue to work after school whereas few discontinue with their studies due to financial constraints “I have a few students who took up vocational courses in Electrical Technology and are now working as electricians Due to personal and financial constraints they are unable to go for higher studies By learning a vocational course they are at least able to make a living for themselves now” said Vinod Kumar teacher at a city government school With government schools taking a lead in providing skill-based training private schools on the other hand are not catering to any vocational courses In private schools students only have the option of being a member of various clubs “There are a lot of clubs that encourage students to take up their hobbies and others that help them become responsible citizens A lot of these clubs instill a sense of social responsibility in students” said Anju Mehta a teacher at Sacred Heart Convent School A visit to city’s private schools and colleges has revealed how absence of skill-based training has failed to prepare students for future challenges Even though a lot of students grow up to become successful professionals they lack basic understanding of finances and everyday chores “I do not know how to cook It is because I have to devote all of my time to studies My mother does all the chores and she keeps me free from household works so I can study” claimed Sandeep Kumar a student of Panjab University (PU) “I don’t have much idea how to fill government forms or how to fix my car’s tyres These are things I have never been taught and I always turn to my parents to help me out” lamented Amarjot Kaur a student of Class XII studying at a private school in the city A lot of teachers and professors however feel that students should learn such skills from their parents “One cannot count on education completely for these life skills – these are skills that students learn from their parents Parents should make sure that they do not provide everything to their children on a silver spoon” said Swati Gupta teacher at a private school However city resident Paramjeet Sethi who has two sons studying at different private schools has a different view “Parents these days hardly find time from their work And in several families both parents are working Schools should include short term courses in basic vocational skills so that our children grow up to be responsible adults” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Suzuka | Published: October 7 2016 6:49 pm Lewis Hamilton will start with a 23-point gap to Nico Rosberg (Source: AP) Top News Lewis Hamilton’s engine problems are down to bad luck and “anybody with an ounce of intelligence” knows Mercedes did not sabotage the Briton’s car in Malaysia last weekend team technical head Paddy Lowe said on Friday Triple Formula One world champion Hamilton retired at Sepang when his car’s engine suffered a fiery failure 16 laps from the end while he was leading the race comfortably He said afterwards that “someone doesn’t want me to win” later clarifying that he was referring to a “higher power” and not the team Lowe told reporters ahead of Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix which Hamilton will start with a 23-point gap to team mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg that it was just chance “We all know that you can throw three double-sixes in a row That is possible statistically And yet when you see it done emotionally you feel ‘how did that happen’ We have got a little bit of that scenario with Lewis” he said “It is the way the dice have been thrown “Things do go wrong We understand that and it just so happens that by pure coincidence that has occurred repeatedly on Lewis’ car” Lowe said Hamilton’s post-race comments had been misinterpreted “I can’t agree with you that the driver hinted there was sabotage” said Lowe when asked about that “Lewis has been very clear certainly with us that that’s completely out of the question “We’ve had other failures in the year that are very unfortunate and if we were good enough to arrange such sabotage we wouldn’t have any failures” he added “We never…would ever even contemplate it even if we could engineer it which we couldn’t Anyone intelligent could work that out” Mercedes traced Hamilton’s engine failure in Malaysia down to a “big-end bearing failure” and have introduced measures to guard against further problems this weekend Hamilton who converted a 43-point early-season deficit to Rosberg into a 19-point lead with a streak of six wins from seven races going into the August break faces an uphill task in producing a similar comeback The Briton who suffered a slew of engine-related problems earlier in the season while Rosberg won the first four in a row needs to win on Sunday but also knows that the German has raised his performance Rosberg was fastest in both Friday practice sessions at Suzuka For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsShalesh Singh a merchant navy officer who was stranded on a vessel without food water and salary for nine months on a ship in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) waters sees the Indian government’s move to include sailors’ recruitment in eMigrate as a positive oneStreamlining recruitment of Indian sailors abroad Image courtesy Rejimon K "It was a hell like situation for us We all onboard were struggling even for drinking water It is unbelievable to realise how we survived for the nine months" Shalesh told Firstpost over the phone from Uttar Pradesh Shalesh and his cadets were stranded as his vessel owners couldn’t find a good business "Many a time we were not getting bunkers in Sharjah Port to anchor too as the owners failed to raise money to pay rent" Shalesh said After several cases of Indian sailors employed on foreign ships getting stranded the Indian government has brought sailor recruitment on foreign ships under eMigrate system According to the new move from 1 September this year foreign ships who want to employ Indians will have to apply through eMigrate which will ensure minimum wages and other rights protection India launched eMigrate an online registration system for foreign employers who want to recruit Indian workers in 2015 The eMigrate portal wwwemigrategovin is an online recruitment system initially established for blue-collar workers and housemaids seeking employment in 18 countries where they require emigration clearance from the office of the Protector of Emigrants Now according to sources new software for immigration of Indian seafarers has been developed for the eMigrate system The approved recruiters have to upload the employment data of sailors on the eMigrate system This data will be transmitted online by the eMigrate system to the Bureau of Immigration (BOL) When a seafarer whose data is entered into the system reports at the immigration checkpoint and swipes his passport then his data flashes on the immigration desk and he may be allowed to pass through Recently cases of 100 Indian sailors aboard 22 ships being stranded in the UAE waters for several months without salary food and medicine popped up The Indian government and Indian mission in UAE had to step in to rescue the stranded the sailors In some stranded cases the Indian mission had to provide food water fuel and even recharge of their mobile phones Shalesh was one among the sailors who were stranded without food water and salary "Including the sailors’ recruitment in eMigrate system will ensure the protection of their rights When we approached the Indian authorities to be rescued they were clueless about our details They were in a perplexing situation on how to help us" Shalesh said "They were unaware about us being employed in a foreign land If eMigrate system was present when we were recruited then we would not have landed deep neck trouble we were" Shalesh said Girish Pant a UAE-based Indian social worker to support the stranded sailors welcoming the Indian government’s move said the coordinated efforts of the whole team for the betterment of stranded sailors in the UAE waters would now benefit Indian sailors working across the globe "I would say this is the fruit of UAE teamwork The Indian embassy was proactive in these issues I am very happy that the issues we took up from the UAE received such huge support from the Indian government and this revolutionary step has been taken to stop the exploitation of Indian sailors working everywhere" Girish said Additionally the Indian government also has warned Indian fishermen not take up fishing jobs from Saudi and neighbouring Gulf countries in Iran waters Currently nine Indian sailors are stranded on an Iranian island without much support for the last few weeks after being caught for reportedly straying into Iranian waters The missions in Gulf countries also have been told to advise the Indian fishermen to take up work in fishing vessels from these countries to be extra cautious while venturing into waters near Iran According to the Indian government’s 29 May notice taking up jobs in these trawlers could lead to "possible detention arrest or even endanger their lives" Officials said the decision was taken after many instances of Indian fishermen working in the foreign vessels being detained by the Iranian authorities surfaced If these fishermen are seen as trespassers they will face legal actions including fines jail term or both Though there are no exact data of Indian fishermen who are employed in vessels in these countries which would possibly head towards Iran a few thousand Indian fishermen work in the Gulf countries According to Arul Antony a migrants’ rights activist at National Domestic Workers Movement (NDWM) in Chennai the nine stranded Indian fishermen are in a bad shape "The fishermen were working under a Saudi sponsor A group of four fishermen was arrested in the first week of July and another group of five fishermen were arrested during the last week of the same month They are currently imprisoned in Bandar Bushehr Iran” Arul said "The fishermen over the phone have informed the Indian Embassy in Iran about their situation The fishermen alleged that they are not getting enough food and they were beaten up by Iranian officials" he said The NDWM has filed a grievance on behalf the fishermen with the Indian government officially "Hope the fishermen are rescued without much delay" Arul said New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday accused BJP leader Subramanian Swamy of delaying the trial in the National Herald case filed by him against them and others This was stated by the Gandhis and four other accused Congress leaders in a reply to an application by Swamy who had sought admission or denial of various documents filed by him File image of Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi PTI They told Metropolitan Magistrate Ambika Singh that the application filed by the complainant "suffers from a series of infirmities and it needs to be rejected at the very outset" The reply said ".this exercise undertaken by the complainant to file multiple applications choosing to withdraw some and further choosing to change the relief sought in one by replacing it with another is nothing but an absolute disregard for the precious time of this court and of the larger judicial process" It sought dismissal of Swamy’s application Swamy in his complaint has accused the Gandhis and the others of conspiring to cheat and misappropriate funds by paying just Rs 50 lakh through which the Young Indian Pvt Ltd (YI) obtained the right to recover Rs 9025 crore that the Associate Journals Limited (AJL) owed to the Congress The BJP leader had filed a set of documents of around 450 pages reportedly relating to the Congress party National Herald and others before the court seeking a response from the accused as to whether these were correct The court has now posted the matter for further hearing on January 20 The Gandhis and the other accused — senior party leaders Motilal Vora Oscar Fernandes Suman Dubey and Sam Pitroda — have denied the allegations levelled against them in the case The court had summoned the accused persons besides the YI on June 26 2014 On 19 December 2015 it had granted bail to Sonia Rahul Vora Fernandes and Dubey who had appeared before it pursuant to summonses Pitroda was granted bail on 20 February 2016 when he had appeared in the court Sonia Rahul Vora (AICC treasurer) Fernandes (AICC general secretary) Dubey and Pitroda were summoned for the alleged offences of misappropriation of property criminal breach of trust and cheating read with criminal conspiracy of the IPC The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) alleged that a state-owned auditorium in Kolkata?the document says, It is a conspiracy. PTI Demanding the quashing of FIR against non-local students of NIT, The Olympic Torch was lighted on the school campus and a torch march was taken to Sarabha Nagar main market. she adds.