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Aser

(ā`sər), variant of AsherAsher
[Heb.,=happy], in the Bible, tribe of Israel. Its eponym was Jacob's eighth son. It occupied the northwestern part of ancient Palestine, and its position laid Asher open to influence from other nations and attacks by them.
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Launched in 2005 by Pratham, an Indian NGO, ASER India has conducted its surveys every year from 2005 to 2009 with a focus on the rural districts.
In the ASER report, there is a category related to the soldiers' experiences in direct combat--such as seeing casualties, being injured, witnessing killing, seeing dead bodies, and having killed others--which might be very disturbing to the young person.
With regard to school facilities in rural parts, the ASER showed that during the period 3,968 government and 1,532 private schools in 144 rural districts of Pakistan were surveyed.
Arts Canteen founder Aser El Saqqa said: "We are excited to be bringing this selection of work to the North East for the first time and that the work of contemporary Arab artists is finally being recognised and celebrated in the UK.
As children, we used to head to the 'Mutawa" after Aser prayers to memorise the Holy Quran, while the elderly started preparing iftar meals," Ahmad said.
Director IdaraeTaleemoAagahi, Baela Raza Jameel said that the ASER survey has been based on the information of 60,535 children of age 3 to 16 years including 39 percent girls by volunteer citizens who personally visited 18,536 households in 947 villages during year 2014.
Director ProgramsITA, Baela Raza Jameel, shared the findings of the ASER Pakistan 2014 in detail, expressing expressed pleasure over the fact that citizens can rise and collect extensive data in 14.
Currently, Tunbol vendors can be found in many areas throughout Sana'a, including on Zubairy Street, Tahrir Square, Al-Hasaba area, Aser area, and Bab Al-Yemen.
This special day that took place at the Armani Hotel, witnessed the presence of many Rotana Channels anchors, along with Arab stars, among others the infamous legend of Arabic cinema Nabila Obeid, Rania Youssof, Aser Yassine, Ayten Amer and others, not to forget the Oscar nominated Saudi Director Haifa Al Mansour.
Uttar Pradesh has low learning levels as shown by ASER 2012 and we hope to address these problems in the region," said Dr.
Although it doesn't point the finger directly at RTE, ASER seems to suggest that the Act has led to a relaxation in classroom teaching because the Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation ( CCE) system doesn't permit holding back of any student until Class 8.
As a family attraction, we are excited to announce the first of a number of planned attractions that will appeal to children and adults throughout the summer," said Aser Al Baseer, Wafi's communications manager.