US moved out from United Nations agreement on immigration and refugees

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The US today said it has been out of the global agreement on immigration. Behind this step, he has argued that many provisions of this agreement with the United Nations under Obama’s rule are “conflicting” of its immigration and refugee policies and immigration principles of the Trump Administration.

US moved out from United Nations agreement on immigration and refugees

The American mission for the United Nations said in a statement: “President Trump has decided that America is ending its participation in the process of this agreement, whose goal is to achieve international consensus in the United Nations in 2018.” Earlier, the American Mission made the United Nations Secretary-General aware of the American decision to end participation in the global agreement on immigration.

As said in a statement, “There are several such provisions in the New York Declaration that are inconsistent with the immigration system of American immigration and refugee policies and the Trump administration.” America’s participation in this process of the agreement was started in 2016.

US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said that the US is proud of its moral leadership to provide its immigrant property and assistance to refugees and migrants around the world.

He said that no country has done so much more than the US and its generosity will continue.

He said, “But our decisions on immigration policies should be taken only by Americans. This decision will be about how we will control our boundaries better and who is allowed to enter our country. The global view of the New York Declaration is not favorable to American domination. ”

Under Trump’s regime, the US has separated itself from many global commitments. These include the exclusion of UN cultural and educational units, UNESCO and Paris climate change agreement itself.

Hafiz Saeed’s party Jamaat ud Dawa to contest Pakistani general election 2018

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Mastermind Hafiz Saeed, the mastermind of the Mumbai terrorist attack, today confirmed that his party Jamaat ud Dawa will participate under the banner of the Milli Muslim League in the General Election to be held in 2018. Saeed told reporters at the headquarters of Jamaat-Ud-Dawa in Chauburji here, “Milli Muslim League is planning to land in the general elections next year. I also dedicate the year ‘2018’ in the name of those Kashmiris who are fighting for independence.

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Saeed, who was under arrest since January this year, was released on November 24 after the Pakistan government decided not to further custody in any other case.

Saeed said, “I want to tell India that I will continue to support the Kashmiris. It does not matter what troubles there are. India wants us to stop voicing the voices for the Kashmiris. He is pressurizing the Pakistan government. I want to tell Pakistan that the diplomacy released from behind the curtains has only damaged the issue of Kashmir.”

Saeed said, “I want to tell India that I will continue to support the Kashmiris. It does not matter what troubles there are. India wants us to stop voicing the voices for the Kashmiris. They are pressurizing the Pakistan government. I want to tell Pakistan that the diplomacy released from behind the curtains has only damaged the issue of Kashmir.”

Hafiz Saeed’s petition to remove his name from terrorist list

The Mumbai terrorist attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has filed a petition in the United Nations to remove his name from the list of terrorists. He has argued that neither terrorism nor any other charges have been proved in Pakistan court against him.

The US has declared a reward of $ 10 million for terrorist activities on Jamaat-Ud-Dawa (JUD) chief Hafiz Saeed. The Pakistani government ended her custody in other cases, after which he was free from Friday. He was in detention since January this year.

Mirza & Mirza Law Associates, a Lahore legal company, filed a petition in the United Nations on behalf of Saeed.

EWS Admission 2018-19 Delhi | Online Application Form, Registration – Edudel.nic.in

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EWS Admission 2018-19 application form shall be available on the website from Monday, January 01, 2018. The hard copy of Application form shall NOT be accepted. No queries shall be entertained at the school office. Children born and raised in Delhi can apply for the admissions.

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EWS Admission 2018-19

What is EWS Admission 2018-19?

Its a process of admission to the Entry Level Classes (Nursery, KG and Class I) in Private Unaided Recognized Schools of Delhi for the session 2018-19.

Who Can Apply: Citizen of Delhi, willing to admit his/her child in Private Unaided Recognized Schools of Delhi under EWS/DG (Economically Weaker Section/Disadvantage Group) category.

Selection Criteria: Only those short-listed (through the lottery draw), shall be called for Interaction as the seats are limited in number.

Fees: There are no application fees.

What else? Click here for complete information on EWS Admission 2018-19 – Registration, Application Form, Eligibility and How to Apply.

EWS Admission 2018-19 Age Criteria

Between three years to four years as on April 01, 2018. (Children born between 1st April 2014 and 31st March 2015, both days included.)

Procedure to Apply online for EWS Admission 2018-19

The form to be submitted through ONLINE process only. For registration, You can apply online through official website edudel.nic.in.

The status of the application form shall be available soon. The parents need to use their Login ID and password generated at the time of Online Registration of Application. Here is the list of schools under EWS/DG category.

List of Documents to be submitted at the time of Interaction, if shortlisted

Photograph of Child, Mother & Father (to be pasted on the form)

A photograph of the Birth Certificate from Municipal Corporation attested by Ghaziabad Officer.

A photocopy of the Proof of Residence (Latest Electricity bill / Ration Card / Telephone Bill / Aadhaar Card / Driving Licence / Rent Agreement or any such document acceptable by Govt. of India as Residence Proof. The passport shall not be considered as proof of residence.)


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AAP announced doorstep delivery of 40 public service through Mobile Sahayak, Complete list here

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Aam Aadmi Party announces first of its kind doorstep delivery of public services. Initially, it will start will 40 services and each month they will add another 40 services. The decision was taken today by the Delhi Cabinet.

AAP announced doorstep delivery of 40 public service through Mobile Sahayak

In the first experiment in India, AAP government will send officials to the doorstep to collect papers for certificates & 40 other govt service in Delhi, equipped with all technical verification devises, said Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.

He added, Every month 40 additional services will be added under the scheme, “Mobile Sahayak” will be hired through an agency who will be equipped with biometric verification devices.

List of 40 Services which will be delivered by at your doorstep by AAP government

No. Company
1. Issuance of Caste (OBC) Certificate
2. Issuance of Caste (SC) Certificate
3. Issuance of Caste (ST) Certificate
4. Issuance of Domicile Certificate
5. Issuance of Income Certificate
6. Issuance of Delayed Birth Order
7. Issuance of Delayed Death Order
8. Issuance of Lal Dora Certificate
9. Issuance of Land Status Report
10. Issuance of Permanent Identity Card to the Disable Person
11. Issuance of ROR
12. Issuance of Solvency Certificate
13. Issuance of Surviving Member Certificate
14. Registration of Marriage
15. Enrollment of Civil Defence Volunteer
16. Duplicate RC Certificate
17. Change of Address of RC
18. Transfer of Ownership
19. Hypothecation Addition
20. Hypothecation Termination
21. Issue of NOC
22. Learner’s License
23. Permanent Driving License
24. Renewal of Driving License
25. Duplicate Driving License
26. Change of Address in D/L
27. Delhi Family Benefit Scheme
28. Handicap Pension Scheme
29. Old Age Pension Scheme
30. Issuance of Priority Household Card
31. Updation of Member Details in AAY / Priority Household Card
32. New Water / Sewage Connection
33. Mutation
34. Reopening (After rebuilding of House etc.)
35. Disconnection
36. Registration of Construction Workers under Building and other Construction Worers (RE & CS) Act, 1996
37. Renewal of Registration of Construction Workers under Building and other Construction Worers (RE & CS) Act, 1996
38.  Delhi Pension Scheme in Distress (Widow Pension Scheme)
39.  Financial Assistant to poor widows for performing the marriage of their daughters and Orphan Girls
40.  Marriage License to Solemnize Marriages between Indian Christians

Last day to alter the choice of examination city GATE 2018 | gate.iitg.ac.in

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As per the notice issued by GATE 2018 examination authority, Candidates willing to change GATE 2018 examination center preference can do so during 13th-17th November 2017 (Monday to Friday). Applicant must pay Rs 400 to alter the choice of examination city GATE 2018. Candidates can change exam city preference by logging at gate.iitg.ac.in.

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GATE 2018 application submission is closed. Applicants can download GATE 2018 Admit Card through official website from 5th January 2018 onwards.

Click here for examination city change

The Gate 2018 examination will be conducted in two spans on the following dates 3rd, 4th, 10th and 11th of February 2018.The timing for forenoon is 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon and the timing for the afternoon is 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

Idea, Airtel, Vodafone suffered huge losses after TRAI’s decision to cut IUC

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Shares of telecom companies such as Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular plunged up to 7.4 percent today after Trai reduced mobile interconnection charges (IUC) by more than half to 6 paise a minute.

The scrip of Idea Cellular tumbled 7.4 percent to Rs 76.85, Bharti Airtel tanked 6.25 percent to Rs 370, Reliance Communications dipped 4.21 percent to Rs 19.30 and Tata Teleservices lost 2.53 percent to Rs 6.15 on BSE.

Shares of RIL, however, gained 3.82 percent to Rs 872.10 at its 52-week high.

Telecom regulator Trai yesterday announced slashing of mobile call connection charge by more than half to 6 paise a minute and said no rate will apply from January 1, 2020, a move that may benefit newcomer Reliance Jio.

Mobile companies currently charge 14 paise a minute for allowing a domestic call from a rival operator to terminate on their network. This charge, called Interconnection Usage Charge or IUC, will be 6 paise per minute from October 1, 2017, Trai said in a statement.

Established telecom operators have argued that every call on the network has a cost, and expenses of an incoming call on their network should be borne by the operator from whose network the call has originated.

Airtel, Vodafone accused TRAI for favoring Jio

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Leading telecom operators Bharti Airtel and Vodafone slammed the regulator Trai’s decision to reduce call connect charges, saying that the move will benefit only one operator and worsen the financial health of the stressed industry.

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TRAI issues Regulations on Domestic Termination Charges

Key features of the Regulations are:

  • For Mobile to Mobile, termination charge has been reduced from 14 paisa per minute to 6 paisa per minute w.e.f. 1st October 2017.
  • For other types of calls (such as wireline to mobile, wire-line to wireline and wire-line to mobile) the termination charge would continue to remain zero.
  • From 1st January 2020 onwards the termination charge for all types
    of domestic calls shall be zero.

Click Here to Read Full TRAI Information note on Domestic Termination charges

Airtel, Vodafone dismayed by TRAI’s decision

Vodafone, the country’s second-largest operators in terms of the number of subscribers, has termed the Trai’s decision as “retrograde regulatory measure”.

The incumbent operator in a statement alleged that the move will significantly benefit new entrant (Jio) alone and would adversely affect the rest of the industry.

Airtel said, “The suggested IUC rate, which has been arrived at in a completely non-transparent fashion, benefits only one operator which enjoys a huge traffic asymmetry in its favor.”

Expressing disappointment at the new regulations, Airtel said the industry is facing severe financial stress and the cut in the interconnection usage charges (IUC) will “further worsen” the situation.

The comments come in response to the telecom regulator yesterday announcing cut in mobile call connection charges to six paise a minute, and a complete phasing out of these rates from January 1, 2020, a move that will benefit newcomer Reliance Jio and deal a blow to established players.

“As part of an industry, which continues to be a critical driving force behind the economic growth in the country, we are genuinely dismayed by this decision,” said Airtel, India’s largest telecom operator.

Last night, Vodafone had expressed dismay at TRAI’s latest decision and had claimed that the “retrograde” measure, unless mitigated, will have serious consequences for investment in rural coverage and government’s vision of Digital India.

Airtel, Vodafone to challenge TRAI’s decision on IUC in court

Mobile companies currently charge 14 paise a minute for allowing a domestic call from a rival operator to terminate on their network. This charge, called Interconnection Usage Charges or IUC, will be brought down to six paise per minute from October 1, 2017, TRAI has said.

Cellular industry association COAI has termed the move “disastrous” and warned that most of its members will take legal recourse on the issue, to protect their financial interests.

Mexico Earthquake: 149 killed as 7.1 magnitude quake fells buildings

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Mexico Earthquake: A powerful earthquake has shaken central Mexico, collapsing buildings in plumes of dust and killing at least 149 people. Thousands fled into the streets in panic, and many stayed to help rescue those trapped.

Dozens of buildings tumbled into mounds of rubble or were severely damaged in densely populated parts of Mexico City and nearby states yesterday.

mexico earthquakeMayor Miguel Angel Mancera said buildings fell at 44 places in the capital alone as high-rises across the city swayed sickeningly.

Hours after the magnitude 7.1 quake, rescue workers were still clawing through the wreckage of a primary school that partly collapsed in the city’s south looking for any children who might be trapped. Some relatives said they had received Whatsapp message from two girls inside.

The quake is the deadliest in Mexico since a 1985 quake on the same date killed thousands. It came less than two weeks after another powerful quake caused 90 deaths in the country’s south.

Luis Felipe Puente, head of the national Civil Defense agency, reported last night that the confirmed death toll had been raised to 149.

His tweet said 55 people died in Morelos state, just south of Mexico City, while 49 died in the capital and 32 were killed in nearby Puebla state, where the quake was centered.

Ten people died in the State of Mexico, which surrounds Mexico City on three sides, and three were killed in Guerrero state, he said.

The count did not include one death that officials in the southern state of Oaxaca reported earlier as quake-related.

The federal government declared a state of disaster in Mexico City, freeing up emergency funds. President Enrique Pena Nieto said he had ordered all hospitals to open their doors to the injured.

Mancera, the Mexico City mayor, said 50 to 60 people were rescued alive by citizens and emergency workers in the capital. Authorities said at least 70 people in the capital had been hospitalized for injuries.

The federal interior minister, Miguel Angel Osorio Chong, said authorities had reports of people possibly still being trapped in collapsed buildings. He said search efforts were slow because of the fragility of rubble.

“It has to be done very carefully,” he said. And “time is against us.”

At one site, reporters saw onlookers cheer as a woman was pulled from the rubble. Rescuers immediately called for silence so they could listen to others who might be trapped.

Mariana Morales, a 26-year-old nutritionist, was one of many who spontaneously participated in rescue efforts.

She wore a paper face mask and her hands were still dusty from having joined a rescue brigade to clear rubble from a building that fell in a cloud of dust before her eyes, about 15 minutes after the quake.

Morales said she was in a taxi when the quake struck, and she got out and sat on a sidewalk to try to recover from the scare. Then, just a few yards away, the three-story building fell.

A dust-covered Carlos Mendoza, 30, said that he and other volunteers had been able to pull two people alive from the ruins of a collapsed apartment building after three hours of effort.

“We saw this and came to help,” he said. “It’s ugly, very ugly.”

Alma Gonzalez was in her fourth-floor apartment in the Roma neighborhood when the quake pancaked the ground floor of her building, leaving her no way out until neighbors set up a ladder on their roof and helped her slide out a side window.

Gala Dluzhynska was taking a class with 11 other women on the second floor of a building on trendy Alvaro Obregon street when the quake struck and window and ceiling panels fell as the building began to tear apart.

She said she fell down the stairs and people began to walk over her before someone finally pulled her up.

“There were no stairs anymore. There were rocks,” she said.

They reached the bottom only to find it barred. A security guard finally came and unlocked it.

The quake sent people throughout the city fleeing from homes and offices, and many people remained in the streets for hours, fearful of returning to the structures.

Alarms blared and traffic stopped around the Angel of Independence monument on the iconic Reforma Avenue.

Electricity and cell phone service were interrupted in many areas and traffic was snarled as signal lights went dark.

The US Geological Survey said the magnitude 7.1 quake hit at 1:14 PM and was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 123 kilometers southeast of Mexico City.

Puebla Gov Tony Gali tweeted there were damaged buildings in the city of Cholula, including collapsed church steeples.

In Jojutla, a town in neighboring Morelos state, the town hall, a church and other buildings tumbled down, and 12 people were reported killed.

The Instituto Morelos secondary school partly collapsed in Jojutla, but school director Adelina Anzures said the earthquake drill that the school held in the morning was a boon when the real thing hit just two hours later.

“I told them that it was not a game, that we should be prepared,” Anzures said of the drill. When the shaking began, children and teachers filed out rapidly and no one was hurt, she said. “It fell and everything inside was damaged.”

Earlier in the day, workplaces across Mexico City held earthquake readiness drills on the anniversary of the 1985 quake, a magnitude 8.0 shake that killed thousands of people and devastated large parts of the capital.

In that tragedy, too, ordinary citizens played a crucial role in rescue efforts that overwhelmed officials.

Market stall vendor Edith Lopez, 25, said she was in a taxi a few blocks away when the quake struck yesterday. She said she saw glass bursting out of the windows of some buildings. She was anxiously trying to locate her children, whom she had left in the care of her disabled mother.

Local media broadcast video of whitecap waves churning the city’s normally placid canals of Xochimilco as boats bobbed up and down.

Mexico City’s international airport suspended operations and was checking facilities for damage.

Much of Mexico City is built on a former lakebed, and the soil can amplify the effects of earthquakes centered hundreds of miles away.

The new quake appeared to be unrelated to the magnitude 8.1 temblor that hit September 7 off Mexico’s southern coast and also was felt strongly in the capital.

US Geological Survey seismologist Paul Earle noted the epicenters of the two quakes were 650 kilometers apart and said most aftershocks are within 100 kilometers.

There have been 19 earthquakes of magnitude 6.5 or larger within 250 kilometers of yesterday’s quake over the past century, Earle said.

Earth usually has about 15 to 20 earthquakes this size or larger each year, Earle said.

Initial calculations showed that more than 30 million people would have felt moderate shaking from yesterday’s quake.

EWS School List 2018

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Here is the list for schools participating in online EWS/DG category admission process at entry level classes (Pre-school/Nursery, Pre primary/KG & Class-I) in Private Unaided Recognized Schools of Delhi for the session 2018-19. EWS School List 2018 and vacancies on the basis of information filled by the respective schools on departmental modules during the admission process 2018-19.

This vacancy data for 1158 Private Unaided Recognized Schools shall be finally used for online admission process for the session 2018-19. List is subject to change, so keep visiting this page regularly.

EWS/DG category vacancies in Private Unaided Recognized Schools for the academic Session 2018-19
SNo. District School Id School Name School Address Gender Nursery KG I
1 East 1001152 GREEN LAND PUBLIC SCHOOL 2126 GALI NO4 RAJGARH COLONY DELHI – 110031 Co-Ed 0 0 13
2 East 1001155 GYANDEEP SHIKSHA NIKETAN 107/52 EAST AZAD NAGAR DELHI – 110051 Co-Ed 0 0 11
3 East 1001156 PUNEET PUBLIC SCHOOL PATEL STREET,
VISHWAS NAGAR, DELHI – 110032
Co-Ed 26 5 15
4 East 1001158 HAPPY PUBLIC SCHOOL 32/125, STREET NO 10 VISHWAS NAGAR DELHI – 110032 Co-Ed 0 0 9
5 East 1001159 AMAR JYOTI SCHOOL KARKAR DOOMA DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 8 8 0
6 East 1001161 MODERN MONTESSORI SCHOOL RISHABH VIHAR DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 9 0 0
7 East 1001162 ARUNODAYA PUBLIC SCHOOL 1-A KARKARDOOMA INSTITUTIONAL AREA VIKAS MARG DELHI Co-Ed 15 6 8
8 East 1001163 BHARAT NATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL RAM VIHAR KARKARDOOMA DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 25 0 0
9 East 1001165 PANCHSHEEL PUBLIC SCHOOL C- 84 EKTA VIHAR (JHILMIL) DELHI – 110095 Co-Ed 0 0 5
10 East 1001166 NATIONAL PUBLIC SCHOOL SURYA NIKETAN DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 40 0 0
11 East 1001169 BHAI PARMANAND VIDYA MANDIR VISHWAS NAGAR JHILMIL DELHI – 110095 Co-Ed 10 10 10
12 East 1001170 SAROJ MONTESSORI A- 43 VIVEK VIHAR II – 110095 Co-Ed 0 8 0
13 East 1001174 HENRY DUNANT PUBLIC SCHOOL D-2/3 JHILMIL COLONY, DELHI – 110095 Co-Ed 7 8 5
14 East 1001175 DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL SRESHTA VIHAR DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 75 0 0
15 East 1001177 DAYANAND MODEL SECONDARY SCHOOL VIVEK VIHAR DELHI – 110095 Co-Ed 16 0 0
16 East 1001178 NEW CAMBRIDGE PUBLIC SCHOOL OPP TIKONA PARK, JWALA NAGAR SHAHADRA – 110032 Co-Ed 0 0 8
17 East 1001180 ARWACHIN BHARTI BHAWAN SR. SEC. SCHOOL VIVEK VIHAR – 110095 Co-Ed 56 18 20
18 East 1001181 VIVEKANAND PUBLIC SCHOOL B BLOCK ANAND VIHAR DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 15 0 0
19 East 1001182 VIVEKANAND SCHOOL D- BLOCK, ANAND VIHAR 110092 Co-Ed 53 6 7
20 East 1001183 DAV PUBLIC SCHOOL DAYANAND VIHAR DELHI DELHI Co-Ed 65 0 0
21 East 1001184 GREENWAY MODERN SCHOOL A-210, JHILMIL COLONY, DELHI Co-Ed 8 4 4
22 East 1001197 GREEN LITE PUBLIC SCHOOL 5/10 STREET NO-4 GEETA COLONY DELHI-31 Co-Ed 0 0 3
23 East 1001198 LOVELY PUBLIC SENIOR
SECONDARY SCHOO
Nirman Vihar, Delhi – 110092 Co-Ed 50 13 0
24 East 1001207 ANGELS PUBLIC SR. SEC. SCHOOL 3/33-35 SAHDEV STREET, VISHWAS NAGAR, SHAHDARA Co-Ed 11 4 7
25 East 1001210 G D GOENKA PUBLIC SCHOOL Plot No. F-18,Karkarduma Delhi-110092 Co-Ed 27 0 0
26 East 1002264 BHARAT BHARTI PUBLIC
SCHOOL
U-107 SHAKERPUR EXT. DELHI Co-Ed 10 0 0
27 East 1002265 HOMELY PUBLIC SCHOOL MASTER BLOCK SHAERPUR DELHI Co-Ed 0 0 7
28 East 1002266 INDIRA MEMORIAL PUBLIC SCHOOL 229/28 RLY COL. MANDAWALI FAZAL PUR DELHI Co-Ed 0 15 0
29 East 1002267 KESHAV VIDYA MANDIR A-160 WEST VINOD NAGAR KESHAV MARG DELHI Co-Ed 10 14 0
30 East 1002268 SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL KONDLI GHAROULI COMPLEX, MAYUR VIHAR, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 27 0 0
31 East 1002270 NATIONAL VICTOR PUBLIC SCHOOL I.P. EXTENSION, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 50 8 0
32 East 1002271 NEW OXFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL B, BLOCK (B-122A) VIVEK VIHAR-1 DELHI Co-Ed 5 0 0
33 East 1002273 ASN SR. SEC SCHOOL MAYUR VIHAR, PIN 110091 Co-Ed 50 0 0
34 East 1002274 PLATO PUBLIC SCHOOL I.P EXTN. (NEAR MEENA APARTMENTS), PATPARGANG, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 15 0 0
35 East 1002275 ST. ANDREWS SCOTS. SR.SEC. SCHOOL I.P.EXTN. (PATPARGANG) DELHI-92 Co-Ed 0 15 0
36 East 1002276 AHLCON PUB SCHOOL MAYUR VIHAR, PHASE-I, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 45 3 2
37 East 1002277 BAL BHAVAN PUBLIC SCHOOL POCKET B, MAYUR VIHAR, PHASE-II, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 61 0 0
38 East 1002278 MOTHER’S GLORY SCHOOL G-BLOCK, PREET VIHAR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 45 0 0
39 East 1002280 PREET PUBLIC SEC. SCHOOL B-BLOCK, PREET VIHAR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 0 23 0
40 East 1002281 EAST PINT SCHOOL FC-26, DALLUPURA, VASUNDHARA ENCLAVE- 96 Co-Ed 26 10 6
41 East 1002282 Hillwoods Academy G-BLOCK, PREET VIHAR-D PIN-110092 Co-Ed 30 11 5
42 East 1002283 ADARSH VIDYA BHAWAN I.P EXTN. PATPARGANJ, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 21 3 0
43 East 1002284 MAYUR PUBLIC SCHOOL I.P. EXTN. DELHI-92 Co-Ed 30 0 0
44 East 1002285 RISHABH PUBLIC SCHOOL POCKET IV, MAYUR VIHAR, PH-I, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 18 1 3
45 East 1002287 MAYO INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL PS-5 IP EXTN. , PATPARGANJ, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 20 0 0
46 East 1002288 SANKAR PUBLIC SCHOOL MAIN ROAD, MANDAWLI, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 15 0 0
47 East 1002289 BAPU PUBLIC SCHOOL PATPARGANJ, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 15 10 7
48 East 1002290 ASTER PUBLIC SCHOOL MAYUR VIHAR, PH-I, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 30 0 0
49 East 1002291 G.C.PUBLIC SCHOOL NEW ASHOK NAGAR, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 0 0 23
50 East 1002293 ANGLO INDIAN PUBLIC SCHOOL GHAROULI, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 0 0 28
51 East 1002294 MOTHERS CONVENT SCHOOL 515 BUDHA MARG, NAMDAWALI JAZAL PUR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 0 0 25
52 East 1002296 RAJDHANI PUBLIC SCHOOL B-7 EAST VINOD NAGAR, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 0 0 13
53 East 1002297 ST. GEE VARGHESH PUBLIC SCHOOL MAIN ROAD KALYANVAS, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 13 0 0
54 East 1002298 CENTRAL PUBLIC SCHOOL 213 SCHOOL BLOCK, SHAKURPUR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 19 0 0
55 East 1002299 LAV KUSH PUBLIC SCHOOL A-281, GHARAULI EXTN.(MVR PH-III) EAST DELHI-96 Co-Ed 0 0 25
56 East 1002300 DELHI CONVENT SCHOOL GANESH NAGAR, PANDAV NAGAR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 1 0 10
57 East 1002303 GAUTAM PUBLIC SCHOOL KONDLI, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 0 0 27
58 East 1002304 SAINT RAMAN SCHOOL A-BLOCK, GHAROLI, MAYUR VIHAR-III, PIN-110096 Co-Ed 20 0 5
59 East 1002305 YOG BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL C-BLOCK, NEW ASHOK NAGAR, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 0 0 28
60 East 1002306 ANAND PUBLIC SCHOOL F-220, PANDAV NAGAR, SAMARPUR ROAD, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 0 0 15
61 East 1002308 EAST DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL PATPARGANJ, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 20 7 4
62 East 1002309 FLORENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL 19A PARTAP NAGAR, MAYUR VIHAR, PH-I, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 20 7 4
63 East 1002311 LAKHI PUBLIC SCHOOL MANDAWALI, FAZALPUR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 20 7 4
64 East 1002312 INDER PUBLIC SCHOOL 150, MANDAWALI, DELHI Co-Ed 20 7 4
65 East 1002313 COSMOS PUBLIC SCHOOL VASUNDHARA ENCLAVE, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 20 7 4
66 East 1002315 EAST END PUBLIC SCHOOL B-1/12, NEW ASHOK NAGAR, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 20 7 4
67 East 1002317 SARDAR PATEL MODERN SCHOOL GHARAULI, DELHI-91 Co-Ed 20 7 4
68 East 1002318 ST. PAUL EAST DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL D-593, WEST VINOD NAGAR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 20 7 4
69 East 1002319 MOTI MEMORIAL PUBLIC SCHOOL DALLU PURA, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 20 7 4
70 East 1002320 INDAL MEMORIAL PUBLIC SCHOOL Main Road, Kondli-92 Co-Ed 20 7 4
71 East 1002322 VIDYA BAL BHAWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL Mayur Vihar Phase-III Co-Ed 20 7 4
72 East 1002322 EVERGREEN PUBLIC SCHOOL VASUNDHARA ENCLAVE, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 20 7 4
73 East 1002347 THE BAPTIST CONVENT SCHOOL CGHS COMPLEX, I.P. EXTN. PPG. DELHI-92 Co-Ed 20 7 4
74 East 1002348 S.N.MODERN SCHOOL A-393 NEW ASHOK NAGAR, DELHI-96 Co-Ed 20 7 4
75 East 1002353 MOTHER MARY SCHOOL Site No I,Sahkarita Marg, Opp. OCS Apartment, Mayur Vihar, Phase-I, Delhi- 11 Co-Ed 20 7 4
76 East 1002355 Kala Niketan International School Main Rd.,No-56,DDA Residential Complex, Gazipur X-ing,ND-24,Gazipur,Delhi-96 Co-Ed 9 0 0
77 East 1002357 BHARTI PUBLIC SCHOOL Kondli Mayur Vihar Phase III Co-Ed 22 6 7
78 East 1002358 UNIVERSAL PUBLIC SCHOOL BLOCK-A, PREET VIHAR, DELHI-92 Co-Ed 25 3 3
79 East 1002359 Angels Public School Vasundhra Enclave Co-Ed 16 0 0
80 East 1002361 Amity International School Mayur Vihar,Phase-I Co-Ed 15 10 20
81 East 1002364 VIVEKANAND INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL P.S. 3,I.P. Extension, Patparganj,Delhi-92 Co-Ed 0 0 0
82 East 1002365 Ahlcon International School Mayur Vihar Phase-I, Delhi-91 Co-Ed 40 0 0
83 East 1002366 Dinkar National Model School Old Kondli Min Market Delhi-96 Co-Ed 0 0 15
84 East 1003206 S.L.S D.A.V PUBLIC SCHOOL MAUSAM VIHAR DELHI Co-Ed 38 0 0
85 East 1003207 LOVELY PUBLIC SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL 251 NEW LAYAL PUR DELHI Co-Ed 15 0 0
86 East 1003208 SPRING BALES PUBLIC SR. SEC. SCHOOL BHAGAT SINGH ROAD NEW GOBIND PURA DELHI Co-Ed 5 13 0
87 East 1003210 CAREER PUBLIC SCHOOL 473 JHEEL KURANJA DELHI Co-Ed 5 5 5
88 East 1003211 LAXMI PUBLIC SR. SEC. SCHOOL X20, Institutional Area, Karkardooma Delhi-92 Co-Ed 18 4 6
89 East 1003212 ST. LAWRENCE CONVENT GEETA COLONY FACILITY CENTRE DELHI Co-Ed 17 0 0
90 East 1003214 GYAN DEEP PUBLIC SCHOOL B/27-28 GOLDEN PARK SHIVPURI DELHI Co-Ed 0 13 0
91 East 1003215 BAL BHAVAN PUBLIC SCHOOL A BLOCK SWASTHYA VIHAR, DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 21 8 6
92 East 1003216 MARY CONVENT SCHOOL 32 RADHEY PURI EXTN.-1 DELHI Co-Ed 0 0 8
93 East 1003217 BHAI LALO PUBLIC SCHOOL 12/192 -A GEETA COLONY DELHI-110031 Co-Ed 0 0 15
94 East 1003218 S.M PUBLIC SCHOOL C-45 EAST KRISHANNAGAR DELHI Co-Ed 0 0 13
95 East 1003219 BAL BHAVAN PUBLIC SR. SEC SCHOOL F-BLOCK LAXMI NAGAR DELHI – 110092 Co-Ed 20 0 0
96 East 1003221 BIGLOWS PUBLIC SCHOOL C-5/15 KRISHAN NAGAR DELHI Co-Ed 8 0 0
97 East 1003223 HANS RAJ SMARAK SCHOOL J-5/2 KRISHAN NAGAR DELHI Co-Ed 19 0 0
98 East 1003224 AMAR JEEVAN PUBLIC SCHOOL NEW GOVINDPURA DELHI – 110051 Co-Ed 0 13 0
99 East 1003225 VARDHMAN SHIKSHA NIKETAN F-198 MANGAL BAZAR LAXMI NAGAR DELHI Co-Ed 0 0 25
100 East 1003226 HAPPY ENGLISH SCHOOL (NO II) 11/294 GEETA COLONY DELHI – 110031 Co-Ed 18 0 0

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JNUSU Election Result 2017: United Left wins four posts of central panel

jnusu election result 2017

JNUSU Election Result 2017: In the election for the central panel of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU), United Left won all four positions.

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JNUSU Election Result 2017

Officials of the election panel said that the results of the counting of votes started yesterday night at 9.30 pm were announced late last night. The United Left candidates were ahead in the counting and their supporters had already started celebrating the JNUSU Election Result 2017.

JNUSU Election Result 2017: Earlier @ 9:30

After the elections for the Central panel of the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU), counting of votes has been released and more than 65 percent of the votes have been counted, in which the United Left Front has been heading for the top four posts and BAPSA has pushed ABVP in third place.

Officials of the election panel said that the counting of votes started at 9.30 pm last night is still going on. A total of 4,639 votes were cast in the elections.

He said that for the post of president, United Front candidate Geeta Kumari got 936 votes whereas Shabana of Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students Association (BAPSA) got 661 votes and Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) Nidhi Tripathi received 633 votes. Similarly, the candidates of the Joint Left Front are also on the posts of vice-president, general secretary, and joint secretary.