12-06-2014, 03:18 PM
Central School (KVS), the Parliamentary Committee on Human Resource Development Ministry officials criticized the Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) on welfare to provide inaccurate data on Wednesday drew SC / ST children .
All meeting was attended by senior officials and heads of autonomous bodies. However, added to the anger of the parliamentary panel Avinash Dixit absence of Commissioner KVS meeting. Faggan Singh Kulaste, in the future, said the head of the parliamentary panel was initiated and the present case he is not able to do it for his absence will be required to seek prior permission. The MOU signed with Germany, initiated already in the eye of a storm of controversy over the German-Sanskrit.
On socio-economic development of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes to investigate the role of educational institutions HRD parliamentary panel had sought a meeting with officials.
Parliamentary panel said the 2.07 million mark and 61 889 SC and ST students in these schools in KVS is wrong does not represent the real situation. Rajisr Bhattacharya, Secretary, School Education and Literacy, apologized for the mistake and promised to improve the data. A senior joint secretary in the Ministry responsible for the faulty data is asked to decide.
Senior officials also said that the true reason for the absence of initiation did not report the parliamentary panel. It is believed initiated against him issued by a court in south India was working with non-bailable warrant. "The ministry was aware of it. It's to the point KVS related warrants against" the official said.