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Hatekar was suspended on January 4 on grounds of ‘moral turpitude’ ‘violation of code of conduct’ and ‘misguiding media’ Hatekar teaches microeconomics II to students in semester II of Masters in Arts (Economics) and multiple linear regression and its Extension (a technique in econometrics) to semester IV students Microeconomics II is a compulsory subject while the other is elective The total strength of students in these two batches is 118 Lectures on these subjects have not been held since Hatekar’s suspension “We are suffering substantial academic loss MA Economics is a credit based course and a minimum of 72 credits are required to clear it Exams are conducted every six weeks The university administration did not plan for the academic implications Professor Hatekar’s suspension would have on us” said a student Another student said “He (Hatekar) is one of the best teachers for these subjects His suspension would affect the students the most as these subjects are fundamentals in economics and improve students’ potential for research and employability” According to students the Department of Economics (autonomous) University of Mumbai also wrote to the Vice-Chancellor on January 7 seeking advice about corrective measures so that students don’t have to face academic loss However it has not received any official reply Dr Naresh Chandra Pro-Vice-Chancellor of MU said “We cannot take any action against what happens outside the university gates We are concerned about students and will ensure that they do not suffer any academic loss We will ask the head of the economics department to arrange for a substitute and conduct lectures” [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samarpita Banerjee | Published: June 21 2012 1:05 am Related News RTE ACT These schools would not have to admit 25% students from economically weaker sections The Pune Municipal Corporations (PMC) Education Board on Wednesday released a list of 30 minority unaided schools in the city that would not have to admit 25 per cent students from economically weaker sections (EWS) as per the RTE Act All other schools will need to implement it starting this year There are as many as 400 schools under the jurisdiction of PMC Education Board Only minority schools that have never taken any assistance from the government will be exempted Meanwhilethe students wing of political parties met the deputy director of education Ramchandra Jadhav on Wednesday About 4-5 groups from different political parties met the deputy director of education and asked him to ensure that at least one school starts implementing the Act so that other schools can follow suit Over the past few weekswe have been receiving complaints from parents who have not even been allowed entry into some schools?the invigilators conducted a surprise check and found that the handwriting of one candidate did not match with the signatures printed on the identity card. We have arrested Yogesh and a case of cheating and impersonation has been registered against him, a police officer said A second case was reported the same day when the invigilator found that a person by the name of Jayant Kumar had come to write the examination for one Satendera resident of Haryana Preliminary investigations revealed that Jayanta resident of Sonepatin Haryanahad taken money to appear for Satender Jayant has also been arrested on the charge of impersonation With around seven FIRs registered at the RK Puram police station in South Delhipolice are now trying to identify the common link in all these cases The earlier cases of impersonation were detected on March 1 and 2during the national-level test for data entry operators and data entry skill tests On the first daythree candidatesincluding a womanwere caught impersonating in the two tests One more was caught on the second day For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 16 2013 3:37 pm Related News Ultra-left All India Students Association on Monday swept the Jawaharlal Nehru University Student Union electionswinning all the four top posts The AISA won the posts of presidentvice presidentgeneral secretary and joint secretaryretaining its hold over the prestigious students’ body Last yearit had only lost the president’s post to SFI-JNUnow known as DSF AISA’s Akbar Chaudhary was elected president handing down a crushing defeat to Democratic Students Federation (DSF) candidate Ishan Anand Chowdhary polled 1979 votes against Anand’s 660 AISA candidates won with big margins except for the post of joint secretary where the difference was just 59 votes SFI’s RahulNSUI’s Pran Veer SinghABVP’s Alok Kumar Singh and Concerned Students’ Chandrasen were also in the fray along with Kazakh national Akhmetbekov Zhassulan for the top postvoting for which took place on Friday Anubhuti Agnes BaraSandeep Saurav and Sarfaraz Hamidall from AISAwere elected vice presidentgeneral secretary and joint secretary respectively A total of eight candidates were in the fray for the post of presidentfive for vice-presidentsix for general secretary and three for joint secretary AISA also clinched most of the councillor’s seats in the university’s three main schools- School of LanguagesSchool of International Studies and School of Social Studies among others Besides the central panelAISA secured 14 councillor seats Three candidates supported by it also emerged victorious as councillors The results of the election were declared today after three days of counting of votes Bara polled 1966 votes against DSF candidate Zeeshan Ali’s 914 votes In a race of six candidatesSaurav won the post of general secretary polling 1657 votes His immediate rival Caroline of NSUI polled 720 votes Hamid won the post of joint secretary defeating DSF candidate Sonam Goyal by 59 votes Hamid polled 1705 votes against Goyal’s 1646 votes “This mandate is against autonomycommercialisationand corruption and in recognition of struggles across the country” Bara saidreacting to AISA’s victory in the polls She said “less weightage for viva-vocepublication of dissertationincrease in merit-cum-means scholarship amount are among the issues AISA plans to take up during its tenure” Last yearV Lenin Kumarthe candidate of the SFI-JNU (now known as DSF) and AISF alliancewas elected as president of the students body The other three posts had gone to AISA An estimated 56 per cent turnout was recorded for the polling on September 13 DSFwhich contested the JNUSU elections last year as JNU-SFI along with All India Students’ Federation (AISF) after a split in Students’ Federation of India (SFI)contested the polls alone this time Gourab Ghosh29-year-old PhD fellow who is the first gay candidate to contest the pollspolled 599 votes for the post of general secretary as an SFI’s candidate Women’s safetystate of Indian economyhostel accommodationNaxalismcaste-based discriminationcommunal riots and inflation were among the issues that were raised during the presidential debate Enhancing the merit-cum-means scholarship amount was a common agenda point for all the contestants For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Dubai | Published: April 13 2017 10:42 pm Mohammad Shahzad has to respond to the charge within 14 days (Source: File) Top News The International Cricket Councilannounced that Afghanistan’s wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Shahzad has been charged with an anti-doping rule violation under the ICC Anti-Doping Code The sample Shahzad provided in an out-of-competition test which was conducted on January 17 at the ICC Academy and analysed at the WADA-accredited laboratory in Salt Lake City was found to contain Clenbuterol a prohibited substance which appears in Section 12 of the WADA Prohibited List (in the category of other anabolic agents) “In accordance with the ICC Anti-Doping Code pending the outcome of the disciplinary process Shahzad will be provisionally suspended with such suspension coming into effect on 26 April 2017 unless he exercises his right to challenge the imposition of the provisional suspension before such date” the ICC said in a statement The matter will now be dealt with in accordance with the process set down in the code and until such time as the process is resolved the ICC said it will make no further comment on this matter Within five days from the date of the notice of the charge Shahzad has the right to request that his B sample is analysed Within 12 days from the date of the notice of charge?

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