President Mukherjee said that the quality of students passing out from educational institutions is almost always inspired by the quality of teaching, research and orientation towards research and innovation.
Even though the ordinance was not on the regular agenda of the Cabinet, it was added at the last moment and cleared.
“Experience leads me to believe that our two nations do have the capability to significantly enhance our convergences and move forward,” said Mukherjee.
India-China business forum was told by the President that India would like to see greater market for Indian products in China in a bid to balance bilateral trade which is now in China’s favour.
While the Union Cabinet had cleared the ordinance Friday, President Mukherjee took a couple of days to consider it, and signed it on Tuesday.
Tawde tweets welcoming the move, says some respite to students.
President Pranab Mukherjee arrived in Guangzhou on Tuesday on a four-day visit to China that will see significant political and economic push to bilateral ties.
President Pranab Mukherjee will have talks with the top leaders of china including with his counterpart Xi Jinping on bilateral, regional and International issues.
The Supreme Court had earlier ruled that the students will have to appear for NEET starting this academic session to seek admission to any medical or dental colleges in the country.
Another issue expected to come up is China’s position on India’s membership of the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) — Beijing has raised hurdles in the past.
On Uttarakhand, the Union Cabinet met late at night on March 26 to recommend President’s Rule on grounds that the High Court found very weak.
Union Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda confirmed the new appointments in a series of tweets Wednesday night.
Mukherjee stressed India and New Zealand have “shared stakes” in a peaceful, cooperative and prosperous Asia-Pacific region.
The information denied by the Ministry seems to be available on social media platforms from unconfirmed sources.
Maintaining that the Constitution is supreme, Mukherjee said “each organ of our democracy must function within its own sphere and must not take over what is assigned to the others”.