Profile of Dr.Subramanian Swamy: The Only honest and able leader that India can boast of

The Only honest and able leader that India can boast of

Almost everyone in India has heard of Dr.Subramanian Swamy. The first response in India of even his political opponents on hearing his name is that he is very intelligent, highly educated, very courageous and completely honest.

Born in Mylapore, Chennai on September 15, 1939, Dr.Swamy holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University, where he also taught for ten years, and has published famous joint papers on the Theory of Index Numbers with Nobel Laureate Paul A. Samuelson. He is recognized internationally as an authority on the economy of China. Dr.Swamy still teaches every summer session at Harvard two courses in Economics, one on mathematical methods, and another on China. He has been elected five times to Parliament since 1974 [three Lok Sabha, two Rajya Sabha] and has held senior Cabinet rank position twice [1990-91&1994-96].

His honesty is acknowledged widely by the fact that he has publicly challenged and fought against Prime Ministers, Chief Ministers, and other high officials by filing cases of corruption and fraud in courts of law, but no one in government or outside has yet found anything to charge him with any offence, let alone file a case against him in a court.

Dr.Swamy is a catalyst in India’s public life, which he entered politics in 1970. In the ensuing decade Dr.Swamy created a national stir by challenging Indira Gandhi’s Soviet influenced socialist planning.

He had then published a “Swadeshi Plan” as an alternative to the Five Year Plans. In it, Dr.Swamy advocated for a market economy with self-reliance for Indiain which full employment, minimum sustaining consumption, and defence expenditure of the nation be integrated with development planning to generate a 10 percent growth rate. He became a pioneer in advocating for India the development of nuclear technology for weapons, for scientific growth and industrial modernization. He also suggested that agriculture be lifted by exports and by constructing a national water grid. So popular his suggested alternative became that Mrs. Gandhi had to take the floor on March 4, 1970 during the Budget Debate to denounce Dr.Swamy as “a Santa Claus with dangerously unrealistic ideas”. But Dr.Swamy was vindicated in 1991 when as a senior Cabinet Minister in the Prime Minister Chandrashekhar’s government he authored the reforms package which the successor Narasimha Rao government implemented with great success. Dr.Swamy also held a Cabinet rank post in Rao’s government as Chairman of a Commission on WTO issues.

During the State of Emergency [1975-77], Dr.Swamy emerged as a courageous hero by helping organize the underground movement. For half of the Emergency period he escaped abroad to mobilize the Indians in US, Canada andU.K., to demonstrate against the atrocities at home. To prove that the underground organization was well networked in India, Dr.Swamy arrived suddenly in New Delhi from London on August 10, 1976 undetected despite an arrest warrant pending against him, entered Parliament made a point of order intervention when the House Chairman was reading out the obituary resolutions, then walked out to fly back to London ! Mrs. Indira Gandhi and her cabinet colleagues were all left astounded. The world wide publicity to the event made everyone realize, as the Washington Post wrote, that the Emergency had become a joke. This one event propelled Mrs.Gandhi into declaring a General election a few months later—that she lost. With this act, Dr.Swamy emerged in the country as a young mass public figure, and the Emergency halo has remained with him since then.

In the 1980s, Dr.Swamy set about catalyzing India’s foreign policy changes from being utterly pro-Soviet to a more balanced policy with better relations with China, Israel and US. With Prime Minister Morarji Desai’s support he became the first ruling party politician to travel to China and Israel and hold discussion with top leaders of those two countries. In China he was received by Chairman Deng Xiao ping and in Israel by Prime Minister Menachim Begin, and the process of thaw in relations thus began with those two visits. Dr.Swamy also persuaded Chairman Deng to open the Mount Kailash–Manasarovar route in Tibetfor Hindu pilgrims and in 1981 became the first Indian after 25 years to be allowed by China to trek to that holy spot. Since that effort by Dr.Swamy, every year 500 pilgrims are trekking to Kailash.

After having successfully catalysed and initiated changes in economic and foreign policy, Dr.Swamy has now dedicated himself to propagating the need for a Hindu renaissance in the country. From the very first day when he entered politics he had advocated such a renaissance for a healthy mindset of the people, and for the nation’s identity as Hindustan– which he defined as a nation of Hindus and those others who proudly acknowledge that their ancestors are Hindus. India he said is of an indigenous people. He ridiculed the Aryan–Dravidian theory as concocted as early as in 1968, in a paper he sent to the Indian History Congress, which of course took no notice of it, and refused even to list it for discussion. Now modern researches on Indian DNA have vindicated Dr.Swamy.

Ever since the shocking arrest of the Kanchi Shankaracharyas on a bogus charge of murder in November 2004, Dr.Swamy has moved into the forefront of the campaign to warn the nation of the threat to Hinduism from sinister and camouflaged enemies. He has documented this in a recent book titled Hindus Under Siege—A Way Out [published by Haranand]. This book was endorsed by His Holiness Sri Jayendra Sarasvati and by Sri K.S.Sudarshan, and was formally released by the respected Sarsanghchalak of the RSS at a grand public function in New Delhi on September 17, 2006. In October 2006, Dr.Swamy met Pramukh Swami in Chennai who not only blessed his efforts for justice for Hindus, but encouraged him to visit Swaminarayan Mandirs all over the world to propagate the cause of Hindus. The Sringeri Mutt Shankarcharya, His Holiness Bharati, has also blessed the efforts of Dr.Swamy. On November 3, 2006, Swami Dayanand Sarasvati lauded the Tamil edition of the book which was released by the International Vice President of VHP Sri Vedantam at an impressive function in Chennai. Sri Amma Melvaruthur Adigalar also blessed the book when he met him in October 2006. On December 23, 2006, at a gigantic public meeting in Gorakhpur U.P., the Jagadgurus Shankaracharya of Puri and Dwarka jointly blessed the book and released the Hindi edition. The Mahant of Gorakhnath, Sri Avaidyanath presided over the meeting in which three lakhs sadhus and devotees assembled.

Dr. Swamy is determined to catalyse the movement to usher a Hindu renaissance. That determination enjoys credibility with all the prominent dharmacharyas of India. In mid October 2005 he was the only political leader to be invited by Swami Dayananda Sarasvati to address the Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha second conference held in Mumbai. In 2005 and 2006, on behalf of the Kanchi Forum he traveled to many cities in the US where Hindus live and addressed meetings to speak about the need for a new mindset for the Hindus. He was also invited to address gatherings in BAPS temples of the Swaminarayan Movement in Florida and Illinois.

The following are the excerpts from Dr.Subramanian Swamy’s interview with LokVani.

What motivated you after your PhD in economics from Harvard to get involved in Politics?

I returned to India and started teaching at IIT Delhi. As a professor of economics I strongly advocated a market economy.  The students loved my ideas which were considered revolutionary at that time. I was asked to talk at different forums. I proposed “Swadeshi Plan” as an alternative to the Five Year Plans. In it I  advocated a market economy with self-reliance for India in which full employment, minimum sustaining consumption, and defense expenditure of the nation be integrated with development planning to generate a 10 percent growth rate. I became a pioneer in advocating nuclear weapons for scientific growth and industrial modernization. I also suggested that agriculture be lifted by exports and a national water grid. People, especially youngsters were very taken with my suggestions.

My suggested alternatives became that Mrs. Gandhi had to take the floor on March 4, 1970 during the Budget Debate to denounce me as “a Santa Claus with dangerously unrealistic ideas”. Later in 1991 I felt vindicated when as a senior Cabinet Minister in the Prime Minister Chandrashekhar’s government I authored the reforms package which the successor Narasimha Rao government implemented with great success.

The State of Emergency really drew me into politics and I became one of the founding members of the Janata Dal.

You played a very critical role in ensuring the collapse of the State of Emergency. How did you help end the State of Emergency?

During the State of Emergency[1975-77] I  helped organize the underground movement. For half of the Emergency period I escaped abroad to mobilize the Indians in US, Canada and U.K ., to demonstrate against the atrocities at home. To prove that the underground organization was well networked in India, I arrived suddenly in New Delhi from London on August 10, 1976 undetected despite an arrest warrant pending against me, entered Parliament, made a point of order intervention when the Vice President of India was reading the obituary resolutions to the House, then walked out to fly back to London. Mrs. Indira Gandhi and her cabinet colleagues were all left astounded. The world wide publicity to the event made everyone realize, as the Washington Post wrote, that the Emergency had become a joke. This one event propelled Mrs. Gandhi to declaring for a General elections a few months later– that she lost.

You were instrumental in making many foreign policy changes. Could you describe your work in creating new directions in India’s China policy?

In the 1980s, I set about catalyzing India’s foreign policy changes from being utterly pro-Soviet to a more balanced policy with better relations with China, Israel and US. With Prime Minister Morarji Desai’s support I became the first politician to travel to China and Israel and hold discussion with top leaders of those two countries. In China I was received by Chairman Deng Xiao ping and in Israel by Prime Minister Menachim Begin, and the process of thaw in relations began with those two visits. At that time I also persuaded Chairman Deng to open the Mount Kailash–Manasarovar route in Tibet to Hindu pilgrims, and in 1981 became the first Indian after 25 years to be allowed by China to trek to that holy spot. Since that effort, every year 500 pilgrims are trekking to Kailash and I am very proud of that.

You moved away from the center into the State of Tamilnadu after having served as an MP from Mumbai. What made you shift your moorings?

The Mandal commission helped regionalize politics. After winning two elections from Mumbai the regionalization of politics made me realize that being a Tamilian it would be better for me to run from Tamilnadu. I also felt it was an opportunity to bring Tamilnadu’s voice to be heard in Delhi. I have been successful in doing that.  People in Tamilnadu have accepted me with open arms.

You have had an interesting political relationship with Jayalalitha, sometimes you have worked with her and at other times you have not got along with her. How would describe the AIADMK supremo ?

Jayalalitha is a very intelligent woman. She has the capacity to understand issues and has the courage to take actions. Unfortunately the cinema world has warped her mind and at times she has done things that are quite unacceptable which has made it difficult for me to work with her at different times.

She was responsible for the arrest of the Kanchi Shankaracharya, a case you have taken a deep personal interest in. Could you give some insights into the case?
A false murder case was foisted on the Acharyas of the 2500 year old Kanchi Mutt.  The Supreme Court has however held that the case has “no worthwhile prima facie evidence..”. The case thus is without basis and is bogus because since then the Tamil Nadu police have failed to uncover any further or new evidence to sustain the case.  It is very clear that this atrocity could not have been heaped on the Mutt without the aid and abetment, or even the instigation of the power behind the throne in Delhi, a devout foreign-born Catholic.

The sad part of this whole issue is that the majority of Hindus have been just passive or at most satisfied with discussing gossip.  It is incredible that in a nation of more than 80 % Hindus the democratically elected state government dared to foist a bogus case on a Shankaracharya without a spontaneous uproar and mass protest by Hindus. The time has come for Hindu renaissance

Recently you have been working hard to support the Hindu cause. Why now?

This is not new at all. From the very first day when I entered politics I have advocated that the nation needed Hindu renaissance, and a national identity as Hindustan– which means that India is a nation of Hindus and those others who proudly acknowledge that their ancestors are Hindus. India is of an indigenous people. I refuted the  Aryan Dravidian theory as bogus in 1968, in a paper I sent to the Indian History Congress, which of course took no notice of it, and refused even to list it for discussion. Now modern research on Indian DNA has clearly shown the validity of my argument and the BBC in its broadcast in October 2005 denounced the theory as inherently racist.
Today as never before Hinduism is under an invisible multi-dimensional siege. The manifestation of this siege can be seen by those who are alerted to it. I am working on creating the awareness in the US. In my book Hindus Under Siege – The Way Out, I have detailed the problem and the solutions.

What has been the reaction of the Hindu Dharma Gurus ?

They have whole heartedly supported my efforts. My book was endorsed by His Holiness Sri Jayendra Sarasvati and by Sri K. Sudarshan, and formally released by the respected Sarsanghchalak of the RSS in New Delhi on September 17, 2006. In October 2006, I met Pramukh Swami in Chennai who not only blessed my efforts for justice for Hindus, but encouraged me to visit Swaminarayan Mandirs all over the world to propagate the cause of Hindus. I have also got the blessings of the Sringeri Mutt Shankarcharya, His Holiness Bharati. On November 3, 2006, Swami Dayanand Sarasvati lauded the Tamil edition of the book which was released by the International Vice President of VHP Sri Vedantam at  function in Chennai. Sri Amma Melvaruthur Adigalar also blessed the book when he met me in October 2006. On December 23, 2006, at a public meeting in Gorakhpur U.P., the Jagadgurus Shankaracharya of Puri and Dwarka jointly blessed the book and released the Hindi edition. The Mahant of Gorakhnath, Sri Avaidyanath presided over the meeting in which three lakhs sadhus and devotees assembled.  In mid October 2005 I was the only political leader to be invited by Swami Dayananda Sarasvati to address the Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha second conference held in Mumbai.  In 2005 and 2006, on behalf of the Kanchi Forum. I was also invited to address gatherings in BAPS temples of the Swaminarayan Movement in Florida and Illinois.  I feel honored to have the trust of all these Gurus.

What can NRI’s do to help bring about the renaissance?

You can do a lot and many of you are doing a lot.  The government of Andhra Pradesh under Y.S Rajashekara Reddy, (btw S stands for Samuel) had made a move to take over four of the seven Tirumala hills in Tirupati, which house the sacred Balaji Temple to give it away to other faiths. The protest organized by Swami Dayananda in Chicago forced them to take back their move.

I also appreciate the efforts of groups like the Hindu American Foundation who are working on correctly the misrepresentation of Hinduism in History textbooks. We need to work on teaching the correcting the Indian History.
I would urge all of you to talk to the Acharyas who come to speak to you to find a way to campaign for the abolition of the caste system. As Dr. M.V Nadkarni says in his essay – it is essential to demolish the myth that the caste system is an intrinsic part of Hinduism.

You also advocate the use of Sanskrit as a link language. Why?

The base for most Indian languages is Sanskrit. Sanskrit is a vehicle to connect all Hindus. As you all know NASA too had concluded in its journal that Sanskrit is the most perfect language.
Karunanidhi, that man who is a Tamil fanatic himself has a Sanskrit name. I am very appreciative of the efforts to teach Sanskrit.

What does the future hold for Dr. Swamy? A Primeministership?

(Laughs) Well I came close to getting the Priministership at one point. Astrologers have predicted that I will have an opportunity again. I am not worried about the future. I will continue to be in politics and do the best I can to help the people of India.

24 Responses to Profile of Dr.Subramanian Swamy: The Only honest and able leader that India can boast of

  1. Ashwini says:

    When system is not in a proper way,there are suffering a lot for a little shudra or a high profile mathadhish brahman.Till hindus are standing on four legs or more legs ,there can not be “Punarjagran”.There is no more need for Punarjagran,but need for “Punargathan”.There is need for one guru ,one manager,one rule for hindu society.Once hindu society is reconstructed,hindu dharma will get its right place.First of all,punish and target the traitors within us,then other and outsiders of our society will tremble like ghost and run away.Hindu society must become two way.If one goes from us to another alien relgion,hindu society must accept aliens into us,if anyone wants to come in.By

  2. Keep it up Dr Swamy. Your singlehanded efforts to uncover truth in the various scams, your analytical mind and your calm and unagressive manner of public debate are your major strengths.

  3. i am very like to leader sri.dr.subramaniyan swamy.a very patriat leader india yesterday(30-9-2012) i see the sathyam t.v.dr.swamy program very interesting speach.iam very like is the patriat hero leader in our nation

  4. The problem with majority of Hindus, they don’t even have time to listen if I try to make them understand the magnitude of danger we are facing and to make them comprehend the way we lived under SANTANA DHRMA. When that is the situation look how difficult it will be to make them to feel proud of our past glory leave aside listening to Dr. swamy.

  5. Nitin Tripathi says:

    I have not seen a single hard line comment against Dr. Swamy that he cannot handle. Thats the scholar we need to produce more and more, but I am very hopeful that even one like Dr. Swamy is enough to fight against these corrupt politicians. I admire him as god of kalyuga… he is a sign of strength and hope for the youth who wants to see the nation on the top.

  6. athmaram nagaraja rao says:

    He is relentless in keeping the corrupt and the mighty on their toes. We need Dr.Swamy to continue his crusade to save India from the dynasty

  7. Hemen Parekh says:

    UPA 3 or NDA 2 ? What is your Choice ?

    Our country is facing a long list of Economic and Social problems
    Many of these require enacting new legislation
    Equal number require strict implementation of existing laws
    Solutions of quite a few problems , need bold / innovative and often , unpopular steps demanding deep sacrifices from different sections of our society

    All of these need,

     A heightened sense of co-operation ( National interest comes first )

     Willingness to reach compromises ( win some / lose some )

     An acute sense of urgency ( get going now / improve along the way )

    Unfortunately , during the past few years , hardly any progress could be made towards Political / Social / Economic reforms , since no single political party got an absolute majority in the Lok Sabha
    And , unless the Indian voters understand the shortcomings of the Coalition Government and decide to give one party ( it does not matter which ) , an absolute majority in the forthcoming 2014 national elections , we can expect repetition of the history !
    No Government which has to hopelessly depend upon its coalition partners , can carry out the desired reforms
    I believe , any major national party ( only Congress and BJP ? ) , which gets less than 275 seats in Lok Sabha , will continue to be blackmailed by its coalition partners
    And it would make absolutely no difference whether Rahul Gandhi or Narendra Modi heads UPA 3 or NDA 2 , as the Prime Minister !
    Either would be an impotent puppet of “ Coalition Dharma “ where corrupt partners dictate the shape of reforms !
    It is simple
    Either we give 300 seats to a single party or we continue to suffer for another 5 years !
    Remember , an imperfect decision is any day better than No Decision !

    • hemen parekh

  8. santhosh says:

    he is a wonderfull person with a vision and clarity in his thought and speech but unfortunately our peoples were not intellligent enough to grasp is ideas and policy…….

  9. atul says:

    bravo dr.swami.

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  13. Education:

    The exact purpose of education is to teach the children how to communicate, how to handle the situations, how to maintain relationships, not to create students – Jack of all trades, but Master or Expert in the fields they got interest, in short, how to succeed in career & lead a problem free life – to enjoy Heaven on Earth.

    But what we see today, engineering graduates, professionals fail in communication skills – the funniest thing is, even Information Technology students lack communication skills – this is because of lack of fluency & command over language.

    Scientists have discovered and revealed through their scientific experiments that children, at their very earlier stage, have quick observation, open mind to learn new things, absorbing and exhibiting skills of languages.

    Our education system should be scientific and should utilize the natural ability in the children, so that they become very good citizens, with good communication skill in, as many languages as possible.

    To begin, we start with 3 languages and give importance to languages, along with simple arithmetic, relationships etc.,

    The first 3 years, from 1st to 3rd classes**, 3 languages are to be taught, in such a way, that the child becomes expert – in speaking, reading and writing. For that purpose, the lessons should be the same, in all the languages, which will make the students, to understand the language easily, effectively, with meaning of each and every word.

    The languages should be, 1st language – the state or regional language, 2nd language – Sanskrit* and 3rd language – English.
    *Sanskrit because by learning this language, it will be easy for the children, to understand or pick-up, any other Indian languages – Since Sanskrit is the basis for all Indian Languages.

    Apart from the languages, simple mathematics like addition, subtraction, multiplication and division is to be taught.

    How to behave with Parents, elders, young-ones, relatives, guests, neighbors, friends, teachers, etc., The values of parent, teachers, friends, relationships etc.,

    The children should be taught how to deal with the Strangers. (Dealing, or handling or managing or speaking or avoiding etc.)

    What is nature – rivers, mountains, hillocks, grass lands, forests, storms, sea, Ocean, ponds, lakes, dams, check dams, agricultural lands, farms, cultivable lands, uncultivable, etc., Animals, Birds, Reptiles, Insects, etc.,– teaching them to love Nature and keep the nature pollution free

    For the 4th & the 5th Class**, the students should be continued with the above + introduction and love for the trees, plants, flowers, fruits, vegetables, animals, birds, herbs, medicinal plants etc.
    Introduction & identification of the items and their beneficial aspects, which are normally/commonly used in the kitchen, like Rice, Wheat, Cereals, Pulses, Oils, Milk, Curd, Butter milk, Ghee, Cheese, Ginger, Pepper, Turmeric, Asafetida, Tamarind, Tomato, Coriander, Pudina, Kari leave, Keerai, Potato, Brinjal, Lady Finger, Dry Ginger, salt, sugar etc (along with their taste, beneficial aspects for the health – vitamins, proteins, fat, carbohydrates, etc). Plants having medicinal value like thoothuvalai, murungai, agathi, thandu, pasalai, kuppaimeni, nannari, pirandai, etc.,
    Fruits – varieties, tastes, how it help to improve the health etc. Value of Seasonal Fruits, Vegetables, etc.,
    Trees and plants – importance of them and how they help to keep, the environment pollution-free etc.,

    Awareness Class –
    Importance or value of Banks, Post Offices, Courier service, Transportation of Goods, Transport facilities like Bus, Taxi, Call Taxi, Auto, Share Auto, Train, Airplane, ferry, boat, ship etc., Police, Army, Para military, Fire Brigade, Ambulance, First aid, Road rules, etc.

    Primary Health Centers, Hospitals, Clinics, etc.,

    Importance of Vaccination, precaution to be taken during season changing or seasonal diseases commonly occur or any out break of endemic, contagious, virus infection or communicable diseases etc.,

    How to behave in a critical situation like fire, accident or natural calamity etc

    To teach the children to be polite, humble, simple, at the same time brave and strong. (Not to be afraid or fear or arrogant or ridicule or criticize). Without lying, what to speak and what not to speak – to whom, where and when – according to the situations.

    Self-defense technique is to be taught, so that they gain self-confidence and ready to face any situation.

    From 6th Class** for the girls, the classes are to be conducted separately in a separate campus. The reason for this is some may attain “puberty” during this time and to avoid any embarrassment or shyness. Only, repeat, only lady teachers take classes for them, no male teachers,

    Lady teachers be given training by the lady Gynecologists – to counsel the girl students during first puberty, pre cautions to take, not to panic, how to maintain cleanliness to avoid any infections, any health problem, how to overcome the stress or fatigue or anger during this period etc., what kind of food items or juices be taken etc., What kind of changes occur – physical and mental & how to behave with family members, relatives, neighbors, friends etc.,

    The subjects taught from 6th to 8th** can be Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer operations, Accountancy, Economics, Duties and Rights prescribed in the Constitution of India – like Legislative, Executive and Judiciary Powers – its 22 Parts, 395 Articles and 12 Schedules – whether India is Federal or Unitary or Quasi-federal etc, Since our – Indian – Constitution is big one, split it to 4 or 5 parts and be taken each part from 8th class, so that when the student completes +2 he would be well versed with the Constitution of India, Political Science. One more foreign language like Japanese/Spanish/German/French etc, be added from 6th Class onwards.

    Extra-curricular activities like sweater knitting, paper bag making, tailoring, Rangoli, cooking, craft, etc. These can be taught, to the students’ mothers, who are housewives and students’ unmarried elder sisters – so that this will help them, to earn and can be self-reliant and self-sufficient.

    From 9th** onwards, students be segregated according to their interest in subjects like Science, Arts, Commerce, Biology, Engineering( Civil, Architect, Mechanical, Automobile, Aeronautics, Electrical & Electronics, Computer Science, Information Technology), Pharmacology, Animal Husbandry, Poultry, Horticulture, Agriculture, Fisheries, Textile Designing, Interior Designing, Music, Fine Arts, Dance, Beautician, Fashion Designing, Journalists, TV reporters, Anchors, MJ, VJ, DJ, Insurance Agents, Share/mutual fund brokers, Social Thinkers, NGOs, Energy sector like nuclear, wind, solar, hydro, thermal etc., Exploration studies like Mining, Geology, Gas, Oil, Communication studies like telephone, cellular, Wi-fi, Broad band, 3G, 4G, Satellite communication, Remote sensing, Remotely controlled or operated items, Radar, Laser technology etc.,
    In sports – field & track events, boxing, wrestling, Badminton, Basket ball, volley ball, Hockey, Base ball, Gymnastics, Water sports like Swimming, Diving, etc, Car racing, Skiing, Ice hockey, Skating, Sailing, Yachting, Archery, Shooting, Fencing, Cricket, Football, Kabaddi, Carrom, Chess, Beach Volley ball, Judo, Karate, Kick boxing, Horse riding, Tennis, Golf, Cycling etc.
    ** – syllabus or curriculum, a model has been attached separately.
    Courses and practice of Yoga & Meditation are continued through out their studies. Also, learning of Constitution of India.

    Extra-curricular Activities like NCC, NSS, Scout, Red cross or St.John Ambulance, Self-defense group, Student co-operative society etc.,

    Examinations should be in 3 languages, though the syllabus for 3 languages are same, the questions should not be the same, may be one translation question can be asked, so that their fluency and skill in the communication can be tested.

    Examinations will be written, submission of project or thesis, & viva voce. These examinations are not to create fear or anxiety among students but to analyze students’ ability. No memorization.
    Overall grade will be given, instead of individual mark for individual question. No marks only “grading”. Teachers or instructors should note down the strong and weak points and guide the students to overcome their weakness.

    Children be asked what they want to be in future like a VAO, Group 4, Group 2, Group1 government official or an entrepreneur, industrialist, an actor, musician, doctor, scientist, auditor, company secretary, engineer, politician, professor, teacher, lawyer, agriculturist, horticulturist, farmer, air hostess, pilot, etc and accordingly they should be grouped and their education syllabus or curriculum should be made on that basis.
    They should be taught the Duties and Responsibilities of each profession, (Whatever they choose/ prefer), so that they succeed in their career and gain popularity in the society..

    In schools, for 10th studying students, coaching and training classes, for those who are willing to become VAO, Group 4, Security Guards, Police constable, Soldier etc., should be conducted.

    Awareness Class:
    Getting a driving license for 2 wheeler/ 4 wheeler, LCV, MCV, Heavy vehicle, JCB, Bull dozers, Dumpers, Tractor etc., How to rectify small or minor repairs in 2 wheeler or other vehicles etc.,
    Constitution of India – Constitutional institutes like Courts, CAG, CVC, CBI, Election commission, Parliament, Speaker, President, Prime Minister, Chief Minister, Governor, Cabinet Minister, Power of Assembly, power of Lower & Upper houses, etc.,– their responsibilities and duties for the country and for common man, should be taught.

    Importance of Banks – how to open an account in bank, claim a loan for education, number of services offered by Banks etc., How to start a micro industry, cottage industry, small scale industry, medium scale industry, Large scale industry.

    Insurance – Life, Health and Accident (Fire, Burglary, Natural calamity etc.,)
    Stock Markets – Shares, Debentures, Stocks, Mutual Funds, Government bonds, Debt bonds, On-line trading, commodity etc., The importance of opening Demat and Trading account, getting Pan card etc.,

    Giving priority and importance to Essential Basic things like Food, Water, Dress, Shelter, Sanitary, Health and Education for all – then for other things. It means the first priority Agriculture, Nationalization of Rivers – constructing flood control check dams, water purification and pumping stations, laying pipelines for drinking water supply, Textile (incl. Khadi, Handloom etc), Under ground drainage system – with hard waste and water purification and power generation through them, Garbage collection and utilizing the same for power generation so that every village, city has enough self-sufficient power supply, Hospitals incl. primary Health centers, Educational Institutions – Anganwadi, Primary, Secondary, Higher Secondary, ITI, Polytechnic college, Arts & science college, Engineering, IIT, IIM, IIS, Medical college, Agriculture college etc., Solar power be installed in as much places as possible. Property Development etc., Good roads with connection to all places – including bridges, fly-over etc, transport facility, Rail connections wherever possible, Airport connections wherever possible etc.,
    For building commercial airplanes, aluminium alloy is used, but the Boeing Company has built its latest Dream Liner 787 with CFRP – Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic – which made the aircraft lighter and saved 20% fuel. A developing country like India, which imports a large quantity of crude oil, is very much needed, this kind of innovation. 20% saving in fuel, really saves a good amount of Government exchequer. This is the innovation of Toray Industries, Japan. All Nippon Airways (ANA) got the first delivery of 787 and they now fly around 100 – 787 aircrafts. This was shown by NHK World TV, Japan on 27th April 2014, in complete detail and the whole process of aircraft building, comparing the Tensile strength of CFRP and Aluminium alloy. This kind of innovation is, what we want from our educational institutions. So, Engineering colleges should be encouraged, for this kind of research and development in their colleges, by UGC. “Our DD channel should have MOU with foreign broadcasters like NHK World Japan, DW TV from Germany, Russia Today RT TV, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, History Channel, Animal Planet etc and show this kind of innovations & information are translated in Tamil, and other regional languages”, so that common man & the students be aware of these things, that is going around the world and they do not sit & waste time by seeing “agonizing & antagonizing TV serials”. R&D dept. should be opened in all engineering colleges, so that new innovations can be developed – research can be done whether this CFRP can be used for building Cars, Buses, Trucks etc.

    Sahanaa vavatu, sahanau bhunaktu, saha veeryam karavaa vahai, tejas vinaavadhi tamastu maa vidvisha vahaihi. OM SANTHI, SANTHI, SANTHI
    Let us be together, let us eat together, let us be vital together, let us be radiating truth, radiating light of life, never shall we denounce anyone, never entertain negativity, Let PEACE, PEACE, PEACE prevail – Upanishad.
    Sangachchhatvam, samvadadhvam, samvo manaamsi jaanataam
    Devaabhaagam yatha purve samjaanaanaa upasate.
    Go together, speak together, know your minds to be functioning together, from a common source, in the same manner, as the impulses of creative intelligence, in the beginning remain together, united near the source – Rik Veda 10.190.2

    Samaanee va aakooti, samaanaa hrudayaani vaha, samaanamastu vo mano yatha vaha susaha satihi.
    United be your purpose, harmonious be your feelings, collected be your mind, in the same way as all the various aspects of universe exist in TOGETHERNESS – WHOLENESS – Rik Veda 10.190.4

    These above 3 verses students can tell daily during PRAYER meeting and before going to home in the evening.

    If anyone says by introducing Sanskrit, Hindutva/Hinduism is propagated, never mind those irrational and ignorant people words- it is as truer as saying that by teaching English, Christianity is propagated or by teaching Arabic, Islam is propagated. It is because, they don’t know the difference between preaching religion and teaching & learning a language.

    To achieve 100% literacy; the First step is, the government should make education free up to higher secondary level – including ITI courses.

    Second step is to make Arts, Commerce, Science, Mathematics, Agriculture, Horticulture etc., and studies until graduation free – including Diploma courses given by Polytechnic College.

    Post-graduation, Professional courses are paid.

    Colleges including professional colleges can conduct coaching cum training courses for Group 1, 2, UPSC, ESIC, Insurance, Bank, DRDO, ISRO, Combined Armed Forces – Army, Navy, Air Force etc., Meteorology, Share Marketing, Air Ticketing – how to get IATA approval, DGCA, Airline – Air hostess, steward, crew member, Pilot, Air Traffic control officer, Ground crew, NDA, OTA, GATE, CET, SLET, TET etc.
    And, not only that, the colleges should be allowed to have MOU with reputed international institutions, industries abroad like automobile, aircraft manufacturing, ship building, human resource development, tourism, hospitality, hotel management, catering technology etc and give practical training to their students in the relevant industries & institutions, for a minimum period of 2 years. Like House surgeon or internship given for medical graduates.
    Because of this, students will have a better job opportunity and placements.
    UGC – University Grant Commission
    IIT – Indian Institute of Technology
    IIM – Indian Institute of Management
    IIS – Indian Institute of Science
    AIIMS – All India Institute of Medical Sciences
    CAG – Comptroller and Auditor General of India
    EC – Election Commission of India
    CVC – Central Vigilance Commissioner
    CBI – Central Bureau of Investigation
    DRO – District Revenue Officer
    RTO – Regional Transport Officer
    IAS – Indian Administrative Service
    IPS – Indian Police Service
    DGP – Director General of Police
    IG – Inspector General of Police
    DIG – Deputy Inspector General of Police
    CP – Commissioner of Police
    DCP – Deputy Commissioner of Police
    ACP – Additional Commissioner of Police
    SP – Superintend of Police
    DSP – Deputy Superintend of Police
    IFS – Indian Foreign Service
    Customs and Central Excise Commissioner
    Commercial Tax Commissioner
    Sales Tax Commissioner
    Income Tax Commissioner
    Forest Officer
    CISF – Central Industrial Security Force
    RPF – Railway Protection Force
    RMS – Railway Mail Service
    Chief of Army – General
    Chief of Navy – Admiral
    Chief of Air force – Air chief Marshal
    BSF – Border Security Force
    CRPF – Central Reserve Police Force
    ITBP – Indo-Tibetan Border Police
    MEG – Madras Engineering Group
    Gorkha Regiment
    Army Corps Signals
    UPSC – Union Public Service Commission
    TNPSC – Tamilnadu State Public Service Commission.
    ESIC – Employees’ State Insurance Corporation.
    DRDO – Defense Research and Development Organization
    ISRO – Indian Space Research Organization
    IATA – International Air Transport Association
    NDA – National Defense Academy
    OTA – Officers’ Training Academy
    DGCA – Director General for Civil Aviation
    GATE – Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering
    CET – Common Entrance Test
    TET – Teacher Education Training Test
    SLET – State Level Eligibility Test
    SAIL – Steel Authority of India Ltd
    NPGC – National Power Grid Corporation
    BHEL – Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd
    BEL – Bharat Electronics Ltd

    BEML – Bharat Earth Movers Ltd

    LIC – Life Insurance Corporation of India

    IOC – Indian Oil Corporation
    GIC – General Insurance Corporation
    ONGC – Oil and Natural Gas Corporation
    BP – Bharat Petroleum Ltd
    HP – Hindustan Petroleum Ltd
    CIL – Coal India Limited
    NTPC – National Thermal Power Corporation
    NLC – Neyveli Lignite Corporation
    FCI – Food Corporation of India
    CCI – Cotton Corporation of India
    CFRI – Central Food Research Institute
    CII – Confederation of Indian Industries
    RBI – Reserve Bank of India
    SBI – State Bank of India
    IB – Indian Bank
    IOB – Indian Overseas Bank
    AB – Andhra Bank/ Allahabad Bank/ Axis Bank
    CB – Canara Bank
    SB – Syndicate Bank
    CbI – Central Bank of India
    BOB – Bank of Baroda
    DB – Dena Bank
    OBC – Oriental Bank of Commerce
    UBI – Union Bank of India
    BoI – Bank of India
    FB – Federal Bank
    IIB – Indus Ind Bank
    KVB – Karur Vysya Bank
    TMB – Tamilnad Mercantile Bank
    CUB – City Union Bank
    LVB – Lakshmi Vilas Bank
    VB – Vysya Bank
    HSBC – Hong Kong Shanghai Bank of China
    SCB – Standard Chartered Bank
    IDBI – Industrial Development Bank of India
    WB – World Bank
    IMF – International Monetary Fund
    ADB – Asian Development Bank
    UNSC – United Nations Security Council
    SAARC – South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation
    BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa conglomeration

    Now coming to the competitive examinations like VAO* or Karnam as called in earlier period, for example – in Tamil paper they are asking in grammar Panpu thogai, thema, pulima, vinai thogai etc., – do these questions have any relevance with the person’s profession?

    *VAO – Village Administrative Officer should know, how to maintain the population record of that village – male, female, Adults, Children, age wise etc.,
    Land record – Agricultural, non-cultivable, Panchami Lands, Poram Pokku, Patta Lands, Nanjai, Punjai, and Water facility – Tanks, Ponds, Lakes, River, and Wells available.
    Patta – to whom the patta should be given and the procedures for the same.
    Chitta & Adangal, Survey Number how and on what basis these patta, chitta, adangal, Survey numbers are given.

    Number of houses in that village – drinking water facility, sanitary, electricity, Roads – gravel, mud roads, concrete roads, roads width, Mud houses, brick houses, concrete houses, streets, Community Halls for Public functions, farmers, farm laborers, Zamindars, Tractors, Trailors, godown or warehouses to stock the grains and other agricultural products produced in that area, women self help groups, children of different ages, Primary schools, Middle schools, High Schools, Higher secondary school, College, Polytechnic college, Agriculture college, soil research center, crop research unit, insect control, disease control in the agriculture produce, Primary Health Center, Anganwadi, infant mortality, main profession, any agro based micro, cottage, small scale industry for value added products.

    Birth and death record – infant mortality rate – longevity of men & women – Annual income of that village – Number of people who are below poverty level – Income certificate for the individuals – Nativity certificate – he should know each and every individual and family of that village.

    Facilities and availability of government schemes like PDS, MNREGA, Concrete House etc.,

    VAO should know his immediate higher official name and his office and line of hierarchy etc., He should guide and help the people of his village, to solve their problems with revenue dept or other relevant government dept.

    Any natural calamities like due to scarcity of rain or due to flood, if the harvest is affected, he should report that to the government. He should not ask the villagers to approach higher authorities, instead he should help them to get due compensation from the government.

    VAO should be aware of his powers and he should use those for the development of the village – to improve the life style and living standard.
    In the cities, municipal, and corporation areas – they should be called as Zonal Administrative Officer (ZAO) and not VAO. According to the place, the same post can be given different titles. By calling VAO in cities we are treating the city as a “village” and not considering it as a city – does this make any sense?
    PDS – Public Distribution System or Ration Shops as commonly known
    MNREGA – Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act

    * In Andhra Pradesh VAO is called Village Secretary. Don’t know in other states, in what name this post is called.
    For Group 1/ Group 2 examinations – questions should be regarding Revenue department, Treasury department, Registrar office, Transport office, Commercial tax office, Sales tax office, Companies act, Industries act, Labor act, ESIC act, EB act, Police act, Block Development Office, Corporation act – Power & Authority of corporation & its limitation, Collector office, Water & Drainage department, Hindu Endowment Board, Wakf board, PWD, Court, Ranks in different offices equal or higher or lower etc.,
    For Group 1, it should be in a broader way – administrative power, limitations, financial obligations, executive powers, planning of all departments available in the state + good command in regional language and communication skills in a minimum of TWO languages including English.
    For Group 2 – the questions may be little bit same like Group 1 but with certain degree of lenience – this is because in case of absentia of Group 1 officer, then Group 2, senior most one, should be acting Group 1 officer, in that case, Group 2 officer should be aware of the responsibilities of Group 1 officer.
    For Group 4 – mainly this group comes at the lowest category of government offices like Typist, Clerk, Steno etc., So accordingly their examinations should be maintaining the records, typing skills, letter writing, short-hand skill, files maintaining, dispatch of letters, records of complaints received from public, forwarding that complaints to the concerned desks, maintenance of record rooms in a standard and proper way etc.,

    Apart from the above, in colleges training can be given for competitive examinations, as mentioned earlier, for Banks, Insurance, Airlines, Defense, UPSC, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretary ICWA, Human Resource Development, DRDO, ISRO, IATA, TET, SLET, GATE, IATA, Share Market Broker, Insurance Agent, etc., so that students can be ready for these examinations & face interview with confidence.
    “Vante Mataram” “Jai Hind”
    “All Glory to Gurudev – JAI GURU DEV”
    From 1st to 5th class students

    1. Thirukkural – selected kurals for class 1 to class 3 students
    2. Aathichoodi
    3. Naladiyaar – selected verses for class 1 to class 3 students
    4. Pancha Tantra stories
    5. Sravana Kumar, Nachiketan, Vikramaditya Stories, Adi Sankaracharya, Ramanujar, Madhvachariar, Gautama Buddha, Mahavir, Karaikaal Ammaiyaar, Avvaiyaar Stories, Kadai 7 Vallalgal, Tenali Raman Stories, Akbar – Birbal Stories, Sherlock Holmes, Thuppariyum Saambu, Ramalinga Vallalaar, Siddhar Stories, Bodhi Satwar Stories, Paramaartha Guru Stories, Veer Sivaji Raje Bhosle, Ranaa Pratap Singh, Prithiviraj, Jhansi Rani Lakshmibai, Velu Natchiaar, Maruthu Pandiar, Swami Vivekananda, Bal Gangaadhara Tilak, Gopal Krishna Gokale, Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Ambedkar, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Vaanchinathan, Tirupur Kumaran, Sardar Vallabhbai Patel, Lal Bahadur Sastri, V.O. Chidambaram Pillai, Subramania Siva, Thillai Valliammai, Muthuramalinga Thevar, U.V.Swaminatha Iyer, etc.,
    6. How to read, write and speak – pronounce (phonetic)
    7. Letter writing in all the 3 languages – this is their project.
    8. Essay writing – This will be their second thesis or project,
    9. Story writing and telling – on the basis of whatever they have learned so far – this will be their 3rd and 4th project..
    For 4th and 5th class Students – Thirukkural – Arathuppal, Porutpaal, Naladiyaar, Kaniyan Poonkundranar Padal, Perfect Health by Dr.Deepak Chopra, Self – Pulse diagnosis, Medicinal herbs, introduction of AYUSH – Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha, and Homeopathy. Commonly used in households items like Fresh & Dry Ginger, Pepper, Turmeric, Coriander (malli) seeds & leaves, Pudina leaves, Kari veppilai, Perungayam (Asafetida), Seeragam, Thippili, chittarathai, athimadhuram, vengayam, poondu, Keerai varieties & their use, etc., Nava dhaniyam, pulses, siru kuru dhaniyam & their use, varieties of flowers and their use, aloe vera (sothu katthalai), domestic animals like cow, buffalo, goats, sheep, dog, cat, etc., Domestic birds like hen, duck, parrot, dove, myna, etc.,

    For 6th to 8th class students – Science of Being & Art of Living by His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Perfect Health by Dr.Deepak Chopra, Self-pulse diagnosis course – how to read pulse, how to feel the different types of vata, pitta and Kapha, Pancha vayu, Pancha pitta, Pancha kapha and its corresponding physical areas where it dominates & how to rectify their imbalance. With these lessons, other subjects like Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Social science, Physical Training classes, Computer Operation, Computer Hardware, Computer Software Program, Programming languages, etc.,

    From 8th onwards the Constitution of India course until +2 or ITI or Diploma. The Constitution of India is available in Tamil Version written by P.R.Jeyarajan and published by Sripathi Rajan Publishers, Salem, so it won’t be hard for students to understand.

    From 9th class onwards students will be given their choice of subjects and made expert in that field but along with it, the self pulse diagnosis course continues, so that by feeling the pulse how to judge the imbalance or deficiency of Sapta dhatus (7 vital minerals in the body), and precautionary, preventive steps to be taken to avoid the ailments become more prominent or worse. By taking properly prepared food & how the seasonal diseases can be prevented and how the 7 dhatus, 3 doshas be balanced. They should be taught that “Prevention is better than Cure”. .(As Maharishi Patanjali said “Heyam dhukkam anaagatam”)

    When the students finish 10th class, according to their performance and interest, they can be given training in ITI, Diploma or, +2 and then Degree courses.
    Whether they finish ITI or Diploma or Degree courses, they should be given practical training for 2 years, in the relevant fields, in the relevant industries – for that purpose, institutes should be allowed, to have MOU with concerned industries or institutes or companies, within India or Abroad. After successful completion of Training, the ITI or Diploma or Degree certificates, should be given. Because of this, the students will gain exposure, for Industrial Laws/Company Laws/Labor Laws,/ International Laws and learn work discipline, etc., Through this, we, not only rise, our education standard to the International Standards, but also, reduce the unemployment problem, to a great extent. This will give confidence in the students and those who want to start their own micro, cottage, small scale or medium scale industries can do so, or they will have a good chance of getting employed immediately, after finishing the practical training, either within India or abroad.

    Those who want to work in the industries or companies; they should be taught how to write their curriculum-vitae or Bio-data and face the interview.

    Those who want to start their own business, should be taught, how to prepare a DPR ( Detailed Project Report),to whom to approach, the concerned government department for getting License, NOC (No objection Certificate), how to get Loan from the Banks, how to insure the raw material, machineries, finished products or hypothecation of the same with the banks, labor laws, company or industrial acts, minimum wages act, minimum bonus act, negotiable instrument act, environmental act, sanitary maintenance, effluent treatment plant wherever necessary, etc.

    Those who want to join in Armed Forces or Para Military or Police or Home Guards or Fire Department should compulsorily have NCC or Scout Training.

    Those who want to write UPSC or State PSC can be given training, how to attend the written test, interview etc.
    Those who are good in sports, and weak in subjects, be given training in that sport after 10th class.
    Schools and colleges should be allowed, to have an MOU with famous sports club/ or coaches, so that the students can excel in the relevant sports field. Students can be conferred Diploma or Degree, in the relevant sports field.
    Track and field events, Gymnastics, Basket ball, Football(Rugby), Soccer, Base ball, Hockey, Volley ball, Kabaddi, Cricket, Carrom, Chess, Table Tennis, Tennis, Golf, Billiards & Snooker, Shooting – Pistol, Double-trap, Air rifle etc., Archery, Skating – Roller and Blade – figure, pair, artistic etc., Swimming – free style, Butterfly, Breast stroke, Back stroke etc., Diving, Go-kart, Rowing, Para Gliding, etc.,

    “All Glory to Gurudev – JAI GURU DEV”

    • Krishna Kumar. P says:

      A Great vision…prayers for the implementation and success of these thoughts… we need more people like you….
      Best wishes ! Jai Bharat !

  14. TUSHAR RAWAL says:

    Subramanian swami sir is a real honest politicians of indai

  15. Harshad Dave says:

    The quality of character and level of morale of ruling class of any nation is the exact reflection of internal hidden morale and character of those ruled by them.

  16. arjun yadav Utterpardesh says:

    sir i am inspired by you !!”” you are the real hero sir .i want to become like you and want to change atleast my UP”””now am doing B.A from Delhi university

  17. Baskaran says:

    Respected Sir:

    The recent release on bail of Jayalalitha is a turn around in the case after the verdict of Justice Gunha, is the judicial code has different lookout for the same case, or the verdict giv ne by Justice Gunha is fake, is the same judgement can be given to an ordinary citizen, who is facing a trial, Sir, with all humbleness, i plead you, please take up the case seriously and ensure the justice is upheld, that can be done only you Sir, She has in many instances, disrespected the court and Judges, simply getting postponement of the case, if the court order is given, she will demand in English, if provided in English, she demand the same in Tamil, she adapted all dubious means to postpone the judgement and insult the court and the judges, She deserves the maximum punishment under the law, I am not belonging to any party, but the Judge Gunha has gave an unbiased judgement and she has gone to Supreme court and bailed olut now. She is capable of coming out of the case totally using his money power. She is given the bail, OK as an VIP (as chief minister) why Sasikala, Ilavarasi and Sudhakaran (who are they) what way sasikala is related to Jayalalitha, whe is the wife of Natarajn a, (but they are not living together) but Natarajan will go the Bangalore and see her. Why saikala lives with Jayalaitha and not with her husband., but all her kith and kins are crore pathis now, how, Sir, if she is allowed to rule the State directly or indirectly, she will sell the state or purchase the state for her and Sasikala, Ilavarasi and Sudhakaran., Sir, pll dig Sudhakaran case (his personal attitude and behaviour) you will get lots of his fraudulant acts., they bandigoots Sir., Sir no one else in the sate has got the guts you have got, u are straight forward., and not scared of any one., pl do this for the sake of the Tamilnadu, Sir., all his party men are gullible Sir., it is akward and shameful for Tamilnadu, to have come to this stage of akward worshipping – when asked tro bend, they are ready to crawl before her, Sirji, pl save the state please Sir

  18. Kolla Gangadhar says:

    Dr. subramanian Swamy ji , Eminent Economist turned Eminent Intellectual Intelligentsia Politician of India has been in Politics for more than four decades was with Janata Party during emergency his heroics to lift emergency was branded him as Crusader of Democracy from Foreign Soil and he he was the President of Janata Party till it was merged with Bharatiya Janata Party. He has been Crusader of Eradication of Corruption that has been working wonderfully landing Corrupt Politicians in jail. His Has been Eminent Jurist that he has proved by filing Public Interest Litigation in the Indians Courts and has been rendering excellent service to eradicate corruption from Public life. I ask question to Dr. Subramanian Swamy Ji, Enormous Powers granted to T. Bhoj Raj Yadav, the then Inspector of Police, by N. Chandra Babu Naidu, the then Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, India in 1997 since then they have been destroying India, Indians, all Indian Constitutional Institutions has been imposition of Emergency or not ? Please you fight to liberate India, Indians, all Indian Constitutional Institutions by filing Public interest Litigation to Restore Genuine Democracy, Rule of Law to Destroy Anarchy of T. Bhoj Raj Yadav and his gang Quasim Razvi Terrorists. Kolla Gangadhar, Advocate, Human Rights Defender, The President, Democratic Lawyers Forum, India. Mobile No. 9290673693

  19. s krishamoorthy says:

    However brilliant his intellectual acumen and the grasping of our contemporary political social and economic problems and solutions thereon, he could not reach out to the mass. His presentations are applauded by the elite educated and more so pro Hindu people, but semi literate and working labour class which form part of huge chunk of electoral mass could not be inspired. This is the sad part of his innings. Sri Cho Ramaswamy once in his Thughlag said Dr Swamy’s thunderbolt approach is the cause for his political ruin. Let him go slow and steady in his handling of the affairs.

  20. m s mani says:

    i salute….. real great


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  22. Anoop sharda srivastava says:

    CA 4347-4375/14 1



    Civil Appeal Nos.4347-4375 of 2014

    STATE OF U.P & ORS Appellant(s)


    SHIV KUMAR PATHAK & ORS Respondent(s)

    (With appln.(s) for intervention and office report)

    WITH S.L.P.(C) No.62/2014 (With interim relief and office report) S.L.P.(C) No.1672/2014 (With office report) S.L.P.(C) No.1674/2014 (With office report) C.A. No.4376/2014 (With interim relief and office report) S.L.P.(C)…CC No.10408/2014 (With office report) S.L.P.(C) No.11671/2014 (With office report) S.L.P.(C) No.11673/2014 (With office report)

    Date : 17/12/2014 These appeals were called on for hearing today.


    For Appellant(s) Mr. R. Venkataramani, Sr. Adv. Mr. Satya Mitra Garg, AOR Mrs. Manju Aggarwal Singh, Adv. Mr. Yeshraj Bundela, Adv. Signature Not Verified

    Mr. Rakesh Dwivedi, Sr. Adv. Digitally signed by Chetan Kumar Date: 2014.12.18 16:46:36 IST Reason: Mr. Garvesh Kabra, AOR Ms. Preetika Dwivedi, Adv. CA 4347-4375/14 2

    Mr. Ashok Kumar Sharma, AOR

    Mr. Anjani Kumar Mishra, AOR

    Mr. Garvesh Kabra, AOR

    Ms. Preetika Dwivedi, AOR

    Mr. B.P. Singh Dhakray, Adv. Mr. Shakti Singh Dhakray, Adv. Dr. Kailash Chand, AOR

    For Respondent(s) Mr. Ranjit Kumar, S.G. Ms. Binu Tamta, Adv. Mr. B.V. Balram Das, Adv.

    Mr. Amit Pawan, AOR Mr. Abhishek Amritanshu, Adv. Mr. Suryodaya Tiwari, Adv. Mr. Shailendra Kumar, Adv.

    Mr. Vikas Singh, Sr. Adv. Ms. Deepika Kalia, Adv. Mr. Prashant Shukla, Adv. Ms. Abha R. Sharma, AOR Mr. Kapish Seth, Adv.

    Mr. Amarendra Sharan, Sr. Adv. Mr. Vivek Singh, AOR Mr. Gaurav Yadava, Adv.

    Mr. Sudhir Chandra, Sr. Adv. Mr. Rajeev Kr. Srivastava, Adv. Mr. Ajay Srivastava, Adv. Mr. Abhishek Srivastava, Adv. Mr. Rohit Singh, AOR

    Mr. P.P. Rao, Sr. Adv. Mrs. K. Sarada Devi, AOR

    For NCTE Mr. Gaurav Sharma, Adv. Mr. Prateek Bhatia, Adv.

    Dr. Monika Gusain, AOR Ms. Geeta Singh, Adv.

    Mr. Alok Gupta, AOR

    Mr. Garvesh Kabra, AOR CA 4347-4375/14 3

    Mr. Gopal Singh, AOR

    Mr. M. P. Jha, AOR

    Mr. Rajiv Ranjan Dwivedi, AOR Mr. Ashish Singh, Adv.

    Mr. T.N. Tripathi, Adv. Mr. Manohar Kumar, Adv. Mr. Dushyant Swaroop, Adv. Mr. Rameshwar Prasad Goyal, AOR

    Mr. Vipul Maheshwari, Adv. Mr. Ashish Mittal, Adv. Mr. Vishwa Pal Singh, AOR

    SLP 62/14 Mr. M. R. Shamshad, AOR Mr. Vivek Vishnoi, Adv.

    Mr. Anupam Mishra, Adv. Mr. Simanta Kumar, Adv.

    Mr. Shreepal Singh, Adv. Mr. V.D. Mishra, Adv. Mr. Rahul Singh, Adv.

    Mr. Nishit Agrawal, Adv. Mr. Utkarsh Sharma, Adv. Mr. Vipin Kumar Jai, Adv.

    UPON hearing the counsel the Court made the following O R D E R

    Hearing resumed.

    In course of hearing, we have thought it appropriate

    to pass an interim order by which the vacancies can be filled

    up and the academic climate in the State of Uttar Pradesh

    shall not suffer an unnecessary winter. CA 4347-4375/14 4

    Be it noted, this Court on 25th March, 2014, had

    passed the following order:

    “Leave granted.

    Hearing expedited.

    By this interim order, we direct the State of Uttar Pradesh to fill up the vacancies of Assistant Teachers in the schools pursuant to the advertisement issued on 30.11.2011 as per the directions issued by the Division Bench of Allahabad High Court in the case of Shiv Kumar Pathak & Ors. [Special Appeal (Defective) No.237 of 2013] and connected matters as expeditiously as possible at any rate within 12 weeks’ time from today.

    Further, the State in the letter of appointment that will be issued to the successful candidates shall mention that their appointment is subject to the result of the civil appeals that are pending before this Court.

    The appointee(s) shall not claim any equities at the time of final disposal of the civil appeals. All actions/proceedings of the State Government will be subject to the final result of these civil appeals.”

    Despite the aforesaid order, the State has not

    carried out the appointment process. After hearing the

    learned counsel for the parties at length on various CA 4347-4375/14 5

    occasions, we are inclined to modify the order passed on

    25th March, 2014, and direct that the State Government shall

    appoint the candidates, whose names have not been weeded out

    in the malpractice and who have obtained/secured seventy

    percent marks in the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET). The

    candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled

    Tribe/Other Backward Classes and the physically handicapped

    persons, shall be appointed if they have obtained/secured

    sixty-five percent marks. If there is any policy of the

    State Government covering any other category for the purpose

    of reservation, it may be given effect to with the same

    percentage. It shall be mentioned in the appointment letter

    that their appointment shall be subject to the result of

    these appeals and they shall not claim any equity because of

    the appointment, for it is issued on the basis of the

    direction passed by this Court. The letters of appointment

    shall be issued within a period of six weeks.

    At this juncture, we must state that the

    advertisement was issued to fill up 72,825 vacancies in the

    post of Assistant Teachers, who have to impart education to

    students of Classes I to V. We have been apprised by the

    learned counsel for the respondents that there are three

    lacs posts lying vacant as on today. In this context, we

    must recapitulate the objects and reasons from the Right of

    Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009, which CA 4347-4375/14 6

    read as follows:

    “The crucial role of universal elementary education for strengthening the social fabric of democracy through provision of equal opportunities to all has been accepted since inception of our Republic. The Directive Principles of State Policy enumerated in our Constitution lays down that the State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children up to the age of fourteen years. Over the years there has been significant spatial and numerical expansion of elementary schools in the country, yet the goal of universal elementary education continues to elude us. The number of children, particularly children from disadvantaged groups and weaker sections, who drop out of school before completing elementary education, remains very large. Moreover, the quality of learning achievement is not always entirely satisfactory even in the case of children who complete elementary education.

    2. Article 21A, as inserted by the Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002, provides for free and compulsory education of all children in the age group of six to fourteen years as a Fundamental Right in such manner as the State may, by law, determine.

    3. Consequently, the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill, 2008, is CA 4347-4375/14 7

    proposed to be enacted which seeks to provide,-

    (a) that every child has a right to be provided full time elementary education of satisfactory and equitable quality in a formal school which satisfied certain essential norms and standards;

    (b) ‘compulsory education’ casts an obligation on the appropriate Government to provide and ensure admission, attendance and completion of elementary education;

    (c) ‘free education’ means that no child, other than a child who has been admitted by his or her parents to a school which is not supported by the appropriate Government, shall be liable to pay any kind of fee or charges or expenses which may prevent him or her from pursuing and completing elementary education;

    (d) the duties and responsibilities of the appropriate Governments, local authorities, parents, schools and teachers in providing free and compulsory education; and

    (e) a system for protection of the right of children and a decentralized grievance redressal mechanism.

    4. The proposed legislation is anchored in the belief that the values of equality, social justice and democracy and the creation of a just and humane society can be achieved only through provision of inclusive elementary CA 4347-4375/14 8

    education to all. Provision of free and compulsory education of satisfactory quality to children from disadvantaged and weaker sections is, therefore, not merely the responsibility of schools run or supported by the appropriate Governments, but also of schools which are not dependent on Government funds.”

    Primary education can be equated to the primary

    health of a child. When a child is educated, the Nation

    marches towards civilization. No student can inculcate or

    cultivate education without guidance. Definitely not a

    child, who is supposed to get primary guidance from a

    teacher, for him he is like a laser beam. The State, as the

    guardian of all citizens and also with a further enhanced and

    accentuated responsibilities for the children, has a

    sacrosanct obligation to see that the children are educated.

    Almost two thousand years back, Kautaliya had stated that the

    parents who do not send their children to have the teachings,

    deserves to be punished. Similar was the climate in England

    almost seven centuries back. Thus, the significance of

    education can be well recognized. In such a situation, we

    cannot conceive that the posts would lie vacant, students go

    untaught and the schools look like barren in a desert waiting

    for an oasis. The teacher shall serve the purpose of oasis

    in the field of education. Hence, the aforesaid directions. CA 4347-4375/14 9

    The competent authority shall file a compliance

    report, failing which they shall face the consequences as the

    law provides and the law does not countenance disobedience of

    the law and orders of the court.

    Let the matter be listed on 25th February, 2015, for

    further hearing.

    (Chetan Kumar) (H.S. Parasher) Court Master Court Master

  23. Respected Sh Subramanium Swami Ji, Honble MP
    Sadar Pranam,
    I wish to meet you since long as I was in Gujarat. Now I have shifted to Delhi some time back. I am a practicing medicolegal advocate (MBBS,LLM) and after hearing your approach in Asharam Bapu Ji case, I want to give you some medically and Anatomically related facts which may be useful in this case as our profession is to provide best defence in the court of Law. Type of case and Judgment is not matters. For this,I would like to seek your some precious time for interaction. If possible, kindly intimate me.
    (Dr) P N Tiwari-Advocate-medical cases

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