Apprenticeship Pakhwada Ends With Commitment Of 7 Lakh Apprentices For Current Fiscal Year

Apprentice Pakhwada ends with commitment of 7 lakh Apprentices this fiscal year   NEW DELHI: The 15-day Apprenticeship Pakhwada (Fortnight) which saw participation of State Governments and the Industry came to a close today with the commitment to contribute 7 lakh apprentices in the current fiscal year. It is speculated that the number of apprentices would have doubled after the 15-day Apprentice Pakhwada. Apprenticeship Pakhwada, which literally translates to Apprenticeship Fortnight, was launched in Delhi on September 30 by Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, the Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Many significant reforms were announced during this period including a…

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‘Emperor Akbar The Precursor To The Secular Values Of Modern Day India’: AMU History Symposium

Prof Habib, Prof Moosvi and Ms Safvi released the book ‘Allahu Akbar’ at the event.   ALIGARH: The Centre of Advanced Study (CAS), Department of History, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) observed the 477th birth anniversary of Mughal emperor Akbar with a symposium elaborating the Mughal as the precursor to the secular values of modern day India, an official release from the varsity said. During a technical session of the symposium chaired by eminent historian of ancient and medieval India, Professor Emeritus Irfan Habib and renowned writer and historian Ms Rana Safvi, Prof Shireen Moosvi…

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