HoS are the leaders of their respective schools. We have trusted their leadership which has given us 98% results today- Shri Manish Sisodia
Each Head of School has his own story to share. We need to learn from each other’s experiences and adopt what suits us to overcome our own shortcomings. In the coming years, this approach will lead to a record 100% results- Manish Sisodia
Shri Manish Siosdia interacts with HoS of 19 Delhi Govt schools, discusses their experience with a special focus on areas that need improvement.
Delhi Govt. School principals share their individual experiences, highlight the role of Mission Buniyad in improving the learning levels of students and delivering outstanding results.
New Delhi: *04-08-2020*Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister of Delhi, Shri Manish Sisodia met with Heads of Schools from 19 Delhi Government Schools who secured highest turnaround in pass percentage or Quality Index here at the Secretariat on Tuesday.
The Education team of Delhi adopted three strategies to invite the HoS of the high performing schools. Delhi Govt. Schools that exhibited highest improvement in pass percentage in class 12, schools that exhibited highest improvement in pass percentage in class 10, and schools that recorded the Highest QI amongst all Govt. schools in their respective district were called upon for this special interaction with the Hon'ble Education Minister of Delhi along with the Education Team of Delhi.
Mr. Shailendra Sharma, Principal Advisor to Director of Education, Govt of Delhi and Ms Atishi, MLA , Kalkaji were also present at the occasion.
HoS are the leaders of their respective schools. We have trusted their leadership which has given us 98% results today- Manish Sisodia
Appreciating the efforts of the Heads of Schools who have been committed to help their students by establishing a constant communication channel with them, keeping a tab on their performance and arranging for special classes to get their doubts cleared.
Shri Manish Sisodia said, “Heads of Schools are the leaders of their respective schools and we have entrusted them with this great responsibility of working on performance of their students and they have delivered.” “I also need our HoS to focus on both the quantity and the quality of education. Our onus is to educate every child of Delhi,” said Shri Manish Sisodia.
Each Head of School has his own story to share. We need to learn from each other’s experiences and adopt the ones that suits our context to overcome our own shortcomings. In the coming years, this approach will lead to a record 100% results- Manish Sisodia
Dr. Suresh Kumar, HoS, Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Narela (whose school recorded a 96.5 pass percentage by improving 27 percentage points) spoke about a unique experiment that he did by identifying specific teachers with a good grasp on certain topics and making them take classes on those topics. “When these expert teachers used to take class on the topic which they are expert in, I would call all my students, even those from other sections to sit in his/her class and take notes. This helped a lot in getting their doubts cleared in those specific topics,” he said.
Mr Ram Bharose Verma, HoS, Vijay Enclave , SBV (whose school recorded 98.3 pass percentage and, a 25% jump in class 12 Board exams and 16% jump in class 10 Board exams) stressed on the importance of giving personal time to the students every week, conducting subject wise analysis and holding meetings with teachers to understand the lapses in teaching-learning.
Akhil Prakash Gupta, HoS, Bharat Nagar, GBSSS, said, “We first traced the weak students, understood the topics or subjects they were facing difficulty in coping with. I then devised a plan to conduct parallel classes for Science and Maths for these students. Our first target was to get these students securing passing marks.” The impact of assigning homework in school and checking the copies then and there itself was great, he said. “I also used to be on rounds and do surprise inspection of the classrooms,” he added. The school has recorded 100% pass percentage in both class 10 and 12 board exams.
Ms Indu Gupta, whose school scored 391 QI, highest QI in District East said that small groupings of students facing difficulty in certain topics or subjects helped a lot in improving their performance and marks.
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*Around 10800 companies did not pay full tax to Delhi government despite collecting tax from the citizens*
*Around 970 companies have paid ZERO tax to Delhi government from January to March this year*
*Delhi govt has issued notices to all the defaulters under 3A of GST Act and tax should be paid within 15 days*
*- Government will take stringent action against the tax defaulters if they do not pay the tax immediately: Manish Sisodia*
NEW DELHI : 04 August , 2020-The Delhi state Trade & Taxes Department under Finance Minister & Deputy Chief Minister Shri Manish Sisodia has started analysing the return filing status of taxpayers registered in GST. Shri Sisodia on Tuesday held a meeting with the officials of the department where it was presented that around 15000 taxpayers were analysed and nearly 970 taxpayers have not filed returns for 2020-21 from January to March. The Delhi government has also found that this year nearly 10800 companies paid lesser or zero tax from January to March. Taking cognizance of these findings the Delhi government has prepared a list of defaulters. Deputy CM Shri Sisodia has appealed all the companies to immediately deposit the taxes. He also said that the Delhi government will take stringent actions against the defaulters. The Delhi has till now evaluated 15,000 companies but in the future evaluation of 7 lakh companies registered under GST will be done. The Delhi government will take strict action against all the defaulters after the evaluation.
*This year from January-March the tax collection has been only Rs 3777 crores*
The analysis of the Delhi government has found that this year nearly 10800 companies paid lesser or zero tax from January to March and nearly 970 taxpayers belonging to both centre and state jurisdiction have not deposited any tax for the last two quarters. The Delhi government has received around Rs 2015 Crores lesser tax than that of the last year. In 2019 the Delhi government collected around Rs 5792 crores as tax returns but this year from January-March the tax collection has been only Rs 3777 crores.
*Delhi government has issued notices against 111 liquor companies that did not pay VAT*
The Delhi government has started issuing 3A notices to the defaulting 10800 taxpayers and in case they fail to file their return within the prescribed time (15 days) the department will proceed to make best judgement assessment of such taxpayers. The Delhi government has also issued notices against 111 liquor companies that did not pay VAT from January to March.
*- Government will take stringent action against the tax defaulters if they do not pay the tax immediately: Manish Sisodia*
"I appeal to all the companies whoever has not deposited the full tax to immediately deposit the amount. This is public money which the companies have collected from the people but did not deposit to the government. This will affect government work for the development of the citizens including the fight against the COVID pandemic. The Delhi government will take stringent actions against the companies who will not deposit the full amount of tax," said Dy CM Shri Sisodia.
The Delhi state Trade & Taxes Department has started analysing the return filing status of taxpayers registered in GST. Around 15000 high turnover taxpayers were analysed and it was seen that almost 970 taxpayers belonging to both Centre & State jurisdiction have not filed returns for Q4 2019-20 and Q1 2020-21. The extended time period granted for the filing of GST return for Q1 2020-21 got over in July 2020.
The Delhi government is also identifying the taxpayers evading tax. The department has been able to recover Rs. 10 Crore from two such defaulting companies in the last one week. The department is also analysing the tax payment profile of such taxpayers along with their overall tax profile in the previous quarters.
Last week, three major search operations were conducted against the defaulters, including marble and granite companies and bulk taxpayers and a tax of Rs 20.70 lakh was collected from them. In one case, the company's office was sealed. In the second case, the company's papers were confiscated. The Delhi government has also taken action against movement of goods without carrying e-way bills. With effect from June 23 around 140 vehicles have been detained and tax and penalty collected to the tune of approx. Rs. 1 Crore.
*Default Sectors*
*Sector* *No. Of Dealers* *% of 10,800*
Grand Total 10800 100
Properties, Leasing & Rental 1051 9.73
Services (Misc) 954 8.83
Consulting 590 5.46
Retail 355 3.29
Electronics 354 3.28