Almost 40-50% seats meant to be set aside for students from the economically backward class are not filled up for the 2013-14 academic year in schools across Malad and Goregaon, reveals a query sought under the RTI Act. Times of India, 3 hours ago
Admissions for 25% RTE seats to be held in June - Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Admission under 25% RTE scheme to begin from June - MyNews.in, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Members of Delhi RTE Forum wish political parties contesting the coming assembly election had gone beyond "sadak-bijli-paani(road-power-water )" in their campaigns. Civil society organizations, parents and children who form the forum ...Economic Times, 15 hours ago Manifestos of key parties disappoint on RTE Business Line, 2 days ago RTE ignored in party manifestos, rues Delhi education forum Business Standard, 2 days ago
The Delhi Congress, however, denies outright that is has missed the bus on RTE and ignored the issue of the school education altogether in its campaign.First Post.com, 1 day ago Delhi polls: Congress fails to claim glory for passing RTE Act First Post.com, 1 day ago
Bangalore: The Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has made it clear that schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) too should implement the Right to Education (RTE) Act and give seats to economically weaker ...Deccan Chronicle, 3 days ago Education dept asks Vivek High School to update 2011 RTE form Indian Express, 1 week ago Government asks CBSE schools to comply with RTE norms Times of India, 1 week ago Schools mull legal action against Maharastra over unpaid RTE bills Times of India, 1 month ago
The much awaited judgment on the applicability of Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009, on minority schools which was dated for hearing today is unlikely to be given out by Bombay High Court as the case has not appeared in the daily cause list that ...Indian Express, 1 week ago Hyd schools flout RTE norms Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago School's out for over 7,000 kids Times of India, 2 weeks ago Impact of the RTE Shutdown of Schools Forbes India, 3 weeks ago
Govt. of Maharashtra has started online admissions to ensure 25% admissions of poor students in reputed educational institutions. On the same lines, Govt. of A.P. will also take suitable steps to implement Right to Education Act very soon. It is ...Siasat Daily, 4 days ago Fee payback process for RTE goes online Times of India, 1 month ago Online allotment of seats under 25 pc RTE quota Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Fr. Arrupe Centre For Ecology & Sustainability of XLRI- Xavier School of Management has joined hands with the Rotary Club of Jamshedpur and JUSCO Education Mission (JEM) Foundation to address issues concerning RTE (Right to Education). As first ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago
During a photography workshop run by VV and Magnum Foundation | Photo: Community Correspondent Anita Bharti In a recent campaign launched by Video Volunteers, an international community media organisation, thousands of students from across India ...The Sunday Guardian, 4 days ago
Children being encouraged to smoke e-cigarettes by 'celebrity culture and excessive online advertising'
Children run to seek RTE for underprivileged news.taaza.com: (13 Days ago) New Delhi, Nov 14 (IANS) On the occasion of Children's Day Thursday, around 5,000 students from various schools and sections of the civil society ran a marathon to raise ...Taaza.com, 1 week ago Demilitarise schools in strife-torn areas: Report Taaza.com, 2 weeks ago Children run to seek RTE for underprivileged Prokerala, 2 weeks ago
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Under Right to Education (RTE) Act 25 per cent seats are to be reserved for the EWS and disadvantaged students in unaided private schools and the fees was to reimburse by the State Government. Majority of the school authorities feel that level of ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago Govt denies grant to schools under RTE for admitting far off students Times of India, 1 month ago 50,000 students enrolled under RTE: Minister Times of India, 1 month ago
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