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Students yet to get training Aparna Banerji Tribune News Service Jalandhar, October 21 The ignored and cornered disability sector in the city is in the news for all wrong reasons, yet again. While special schools from across the district are supposed to send special children for the Punjab State Special Olympics to be held in Sangrur from November 3 to November 4, none of the city schools have so far started training their students despite the fact that the city police made arrangements for it by going out of their way.

While none of the local special schools have special coaches to train students for the task, the Punjab Police provided a special coach to the city students for the task. But so far, not a single student has turned up for the same.

Disability activist Amarjit Singh Anand had requested Police Commissioner Gaurav Yadav to provide a coach to train students for the Special Olympics about a month-and-a-half ago. The Police Commissioner made an athletics coach a former player and presently an officer of the sub-inspector rank available within days and it was decided that the students would be coached at the Police Lines Ground where police cadets are also trained.

But even now after more than a month of the police making the coach available by going out of their way, none of the city special schools have bothered to send their children for the purpose.

Although this is not something that is under the jurisdiction of the police, we made the provision because it is a good cause and the Police Department thought it would facilitate the special children. We have no clue why students haven't turned up. Joseph's Convent School to send their children to be coached for the Special Olympics, but none of the schools have sent their students so far.

But it is a great opportunity and I will like to send my students to be coached, but only once I come back. We had written to both the Deputy Commissioner and the Police Commissioner to make arrangements for the transportation of students. Once it is done, we will be able to send our children. We hope that an arrangement will hopefully be made by Monday. He is a former athletics player. We were rather happy that some special children will be benefitted.

But we were surprised to see that leave alone any children turning up, no one had even bothered to call us about what went wrong.

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I had said even if they sent three or five children, we would coach them. But so far, not even a single special child has been brought to us after that. But the schools missed an opportunity to train children even as the police went out of its way to provide it to them. Earlier this year, there was a call to train special coaches from across the state in Patiala in view of the upcoming Special Olympics, but no one from Jalandhar was sent because it has no special coach.

Average national maternal mortality rate of the country is per one lakh live births Varinder Singh Tribune News Service Jalandhar, October 21 India may have been developing at a fast pace in diverse fields, but it has the highest maternal mortality rate MMR of per one lakh births in the whole world even after 65 years of Independence.

In his paper, Paritosh Vashisht, an engineer at the IIHMR, New Delhi, presented at the Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan and Expowhich concluded here recently, the grim aspect of maternity deaths in India and raised questions about the claims made about the holistic growth of the country. Though he acknowledged the efforts of the government, NGOs and other civil bodies to contain the adverse trend of high number of maternal deaths in India, he feels that India was likely to will miss the Millennium Development Goals.

Even after 65 years of Independence, India has the dubious distinction of one the highest MMRs in the whole world," he said. He added that states like Assam were "clear laggards", with an MMR of per one lakh births and Kerala has the best figures of less than But in the global context, we are still far behind and need to raise awareness, generate funds and develop a sensitive attitude towards conceiving mothers.

We need to have a very resurgent society and it is the onus of young generation to put in their bit in removing the ills that mar our society. University students presented special cultural programme, followed by curtain raising of the fiesta encompassing competitions in Indian and western music; western and classical dances; folk dances; theatrics; literary activities debate, elocution ; fine arts rangoli, poster making, cartooning, painting, collageetc.

The celebration also held a wide spectrum of informal events like fashion parade, rock band show, dandiya ras, added with ample range of fun and frolic-filled stalls. About 70 participating students were declared winners in different categories of competitions. On the occasion, Yuvraj Hans and Parul Gulati, star cast of an upcoming film, totally meant for celebration, added extra glamour to the fest by their thrilling presence, dance and actions.

As many as 30 schools took part in this contest, which was divided into two rounds. Only four teams qualified for the final round. Rohit Motwani also played well for his unbeaten knock of 42 runs studded with four hits to the fence.

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The opening ceremony began with the March Past by the participating contingents. Cadet Pranay Bharti, school captain of Sainik School, Nagrota held the march past and administered oath to the participants. Cadet Umar Iqbal of host school fetched yellow metal in shotput while Cadet Wasif Majid of same school bagged silver medal.

Mamta 1stNirmal Devi 2nd and Neha Kumari 3rd. Anju 1stLaxmi 2nd and Kajal Devi 1st. Rabuna 1stSuvidha Sareen 2nd and Neelam Rani 3rd.


Priyanka Kalsotra 1stNazia Kousar 2nd and Poonam 3rd. A cultural programme, patriotic songs, skits, poster making were also held to mark the occasion. Neha Bali secured first position in symposium while Mehroof Ahmed and Tranam Naz had to settle for second and third slot respectively.

Roomy Samyal bagged first prize in patriotic song competition. A workshop on the topic "Sustainable Development and uplifting of the College Campus" was also held.

Prof Seema Bahu presented the vote of thanks. The function began with the assembly of athletes followed by march past and recitation of mantras.

The sports torch was lit by the chief guest, who also declared the sports meet open. Prizes were also given to the students who excelled in various co-curricular activities like photography, solo singing, flower arrangement, yoga, salad competition, rangoli, debate, declamation and quiz. Vikas Singh and Rohini Bharti were declared best athletes in senior category in boys and girls sections respectively. In pre-senior category, Suvidha Sareen was adjudged best athlete and Rakesh Singh declared the best boy athlete.

The sports trophy was won by Amar House. Total 35 teams drawn from northern zone competed in the sporting event. Prinicipal of the School, Anita Bhatia has congratulated the team and wished good luck for their future endeavour at the forthcoming zonal nationals. She also made it into mts sprint final.