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AHSTA slams move to sanction new HS schools

The State government's reported move to sanction new Plus Two schools and additional batches in existing schools in the unaided sector has drawn from flak from various quarters including the Congress- supported Aided Higher Secondary Teachers' ... The Hindu, 10 hours ago
A glut of Plus-Two seats in Kochi The Hindu, 1 day ago
CCE system for Class X from this year Deccan Herald, 3 days ago
Irish Independent

Prince George masters art of walking

In a portrait released to mark his first birthday on Tuesday, he is seen practising his walking unaided It's tricky to uphold royal traditions when youre not quite one — but Prince George has proved himself more than equal to the nation's ...
 Gulf News3 days ago New picture shows Prince George walking unaided ahead of first birthday  Irish Independent4 days ago Prince George takes first unaided steps before first birthday  Melbourne Age4 days ago One Is One Prince Georges First Birthday  Big News Network2 days ago
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'Red tape delaying grant to 19 private law colleges'

Unaided Private Law Colleges Association (UPLCA) have blamed the Social Welfare Department for the delay in clearing the file pertaining to grant-in-aid for 19 private law colleges in the State. Addressing a press conference here on Friday, Association ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago Govt. urged to implement salary grants  The Hindu4 days ago
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Controlling AIDS possible by 2030 - UNAIDS

There is a chance the AIDS epidemic can be brought under control by 2030, according to a report by the United Nations Aids Agency. It said the number of new HIV infections and deaths from Aids were both falling. However, it called for far ...
 ERTA6 days ago UNAIDS calls for extending treatment to curb epidemic by 2030  Big News Network6 days ago AIDS can be brought under control by 2030: UNAIDS  Times of India1 week ago Aids can be controlled by 2030: Unaids  Oman Tribune1 week ago
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Scaling up HIV therapy can end this epidemic by 2030: UNAIDS

The opening session of the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014) began here Sunday with tributes being paid to the six delegates who lost their lives aboard the Malaysian Airline flight MH17 in Ukrainse.A one-minute silence was observed in their ...
 Prokerala3 days ago HIV figures unchanged since 2012  Asian Age1 week ago Health issues: Good news at last as efforts against TB starting to pay off says Report  The Express Tribune1 day ago Study reports worldwide drop in HIV cases  Individual.com1 day ago
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ACB seeks legal opinion in Rizvi College case

The ACB has sought opinion from the higher education department on the rules governing colleges with unaided courses after the Rizvi College money-for-admission case, said additional commissioner of police Vishwas Nangre Patil on Monday. The ACB also sought ...
 Times of India1 week ago

BMC scraps RTE admission’s offline round

The BMC has scrapped the offline round for admission to the 25% seats reserved under the Right to Education Act in unaided non-minority schools.
 Times of India1 week ago Admissions for education Act quota seats go offline  Times of India3 weeks ago RTE quota: BMC scraps offline admissions  Indian Express3 days ago RTE: Private schools deny admission to children  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Private medical colleges charging Rs 1 crore capitation fee: PIL

The PIL said while admission process and fee structure were as per rules in government colleges, private unaided institutions charged up to 1 crore for medical seats.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Kusma says fee rules illegal  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Relaxed norm for tag not acceptable: Minority schools  Deccan Herald1 month ago Proposals invited  E Pao!1 month ago

Unaided schools get in line with 'modified' MoI policy

"We presently offer five subjects and Konkani/Marathi will now be the sixth subject," he said.
 Times of India2 weeks ago 'Modified policy' to recognize private unaided schools  Times of India3 weeks ago

Unaided minority schools exempted from keeping 25% seats under the RTE Act as per Supreme Court might see their protection being challenged

Unaided minority schools that have been exempted from keeping 25% seats under the Right to Education Act as per a Supreme Court ruling may soon see their protection being challenged. A recent order by the state child rights commission states that every child ...
 DNA1 month ago Confusion reigns over dates for RTE admissions  Times of India2 months ago Competing claims of social justice  The Telegraph2 months ago Minority schools welcome exemption  The Telegraph2 months ago
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