Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Pay teachers by cheque : self-regulatory commission for pvt schools – TimesOfIndia

Kolkata: The Self-Regulatory Commission for private schools has directed school authorities to henceforth pay teachers by cheque. The schools will also be asked to compulsorily produce balance...

Kolkata: Schools look to all-party meet to decide schedule – TimesOfIndia

KOLKATA: With no sign of the Hills unrest ending soon, uncertainty looms over the reopening of schools after the summer break. School authorities in Darjeeling...

Forced to Beg As A Child, This Kolkata Cabbie Now Runs 2 Schools And...

Seven-year-old Gazi Jalaluddin studied at the local village school. A studious kid, he was jumping with joy to tell his father that he had...

Six least-developed states spent more on education but students made little progress – HT

Even though six of India’s least developed states – among eight high focus states in government jargon – spent more on education per elementary...

Aadhaar mandatory for school kids too! Visit your bank to speed up process –...

Centre has asked Karnataka and 15 other states to complete Aadhaar enrollment of school children by August 31 and submit the data to ensure...

No-detention policy to go from next academic session – Indiatvnews

Union Minister of State for Human Resource Development Mahendra Nath Pandey on Thursday said the no-detention policy will be removed from the next academic...

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53 Schools Submit List Of Nearby Liquor Shops To Delhi Government – NDTV

NEW DELHI: Fifty-three government schools have submitted to the Delhi government a list of liquor shops in their vicinity, days after the AAP dispensation...

Punjab to fix and use discarded machines to acquaint schoolkids with computers – Indianexpress

Before starting the much awaited computer education programme in the government primary schools, the Punjab government had decided to use old, junked computers to...

No grant after May, Punjab schools serve midday meals on credit – Indianexpress

For over three months now, 19,811 schools in Punjab have not received any grant under the midday meal scheme to purchase ‘cooking items’. Payments...