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Cabinet scraps no-detention clause. Has the 'essence of the RTE act been killed'?
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Cabinet scraps no-detention clause. Has the 'essence of the RT...

The Cabinet on 3 August decided to scrap the no-detention clause in the Right of Children for Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education (RTE) Act. This means that state government schools will now be allowed to detain students in classes VI, VII ... catchnews.com, 2 months ago

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Fifth columnist: Educational Apartheid

Politicians still believe that education is yet another route to patronage and vote bank politics Everyone agrees that education is the key that holds remedies to various ills that plague the world in general and India in particular. The big problem is not ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Make space for new students in Classes X, XII, CBSE tells schools

As it prepares to launch compulsory public exams for Classes X and XII next year, the CBSE has asked its affiliate schools to create space for new students. In an advisory, KK Choudhury, Central Board of Secondary Education examination controller, has asked ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Schools may detain, but can't expel failed students  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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HC turns down PIL seeking to book BMC for doc's death

The Bombay high court on Friday said while it was pained by the death of a senior doctor, who fell into an open manhole while wading through water-logged streets in Mumbai, it cannot consider a public interest litigation seeking lodging of an first information report against civic officials and award of compensation. The HC said these matters cannot be considered in a PIL and the relatives of the doctor should file a separate plea or complaint before the correct ...
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