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In the absence of background conditions, however, the argument will have to be remodeled and Tuckness brings a fresh perspective when showing that Locke's universalisation argument (holding that doctrinal establishment has to be opposed in one place so that it can be opposed in all places, differences notwithstanding) was the one Locke thought to be more persuasive.
According to Mukesh Kumar, Project aims at tackling problems like fake enrolment, fudged dropout, retention numbers as well as universalisation of elementary education
We are now moving towards universalisation of secondary education through Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan.
Universalisation of compulsory basic education is more effective than remedial measures that deal with the education of illiterates.
Consequently, full-time formal school is accepted to achieve the interlinked goals of universalisation of elementary education and elimination of child labour.
As a state owned company, Entel has focused primarily on social services and universalisation efforts rather than on developing new technologies.
For further increasing throughput on the existing network, carrying additional traffic and bolstering freight earnings, universalisation of all routes on Indian Railways as CC+9+1 (Carrying Capacity+9 tonne+1 tonne) is being planned.
The funds will go to promote universalisation of international non-proliferation and nuclear security instruments, to enhance protection of proliferation-sensitive materials and equipment as well as to strengthen detection of, and response to, illicit trafficking of nuclear and other radioactive materials, said the Council in a statement tonight after a meeting in Luxembourg.
Outlining his priorities, the MoS stressed the universalisation of education along with quality and relevance of what is taught to the students.
The Left Parties, who have accused the Congress-led UPA Government of bring insensitive to the concerns of the common man, have been demanding universalisation of the Public Distribution System and changes to the Food Security Bill.
Every country is obliged to work towards the universalisation of the norms of the convention and resolution, including assisting states that do not have sufficient capacity to implement biosecurity systems.
She urged that after universalisation of primary education, it was time to work in the same direction for secondary education as well.