Five bills introduced in Lok Sabha
Five Bills were introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday
Five Bills were introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday. These were:
1. The National Council for Teacher Education (Amendment) Bill: Grants retrospective recognition to central and state universities running teacher education programmes that are currently not recognised by the National Council for Teacher Education.
Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. Pic/ PTI
2.The Payment of Gratuity (Amendment) Bill: Proposes that the central government will notify the ceiling on payment of gratuity after retirement.
3.The Dentists (Amendment) Bill: Removes the representation of a certain category of dentists from the central, state and joint Dental Councils.
4.The Indian Forest (Amendment) Bill: Amends the Indian Forest Act, 1927 to remove 'bamboo¿ from the definition of 'tree¿.
5.The Representation of the People (Amendment) Bill: Introduces proxy voting for overseas electors (NRIs).
The second batch of Supplementary Demands for Grants for 2017-18 was also presented in Lok Sabha today. Both Houses of Parliament were later adjourned for the day following repeated disruptions.
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