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RTE quota children may have to pay for textbooks, uniforms

The children who have secured seats in unaided schools under the RTE quota will now have to pay fees for textbooks and uniforms, if the school managements demand the amount from them. All this while the schools unofficially collect extra money from parents ... Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

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Statistical volunteers, teachers lathicharged, RJD MLA booked

Police on Monday resorted to lathicharge on hundreds of accredited statistical volunteers and teachers of unaided educational institutions near JP roundabout under Gandhi Maidan police station area.
 Times of India1 day ago

Unaided Teachers Takes out March to Secretariat

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Unaided school teachers took out a march to the state secretariat on Saturday demanding enactment of legislation which lays down clear-cut service and pay conditions for teaching and non-teaching staff in the unaided sector. ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago Teachers threaten to end lives on Guru Pournima  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Teachers try to disrupt traffic to Vidhan Sabha  Asian Age1 week ago Pvt school teachers may get 6 months' maternity leave  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Textbook printing over: Rabb

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Says 9 lakh books to be distributed in unaided schools The first phase of printing of school textbooks for the current academic year has been completed and only the distribution is pending, Minister for ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Panel warns self-financing colleges against charging excess fee

Justice S.Rajeswaran, retired Judge of Madras High Court, appointed as Chairman of the Fee Determination Committee for unaided professional colleges. Fee Determination Committee Chairman Justice S.Rajeswaran has warned of initiating penal action ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

‘4,000 schools will shut down if Rs 218 crore grant is not given’

The Permanently Unaided School Principals Association Action Committee has warned the government of shutting down the around 4,000 unaided schools in the state if chief minister Devendra Fadnavis does not grant them an audience and give his nod for issuing of ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Principals’ body to continue stir  Asian Age2 weeks ago Principals threaten mass suicide  Asian Age6 days ago

House clears fee regulation bill

The state legislative assembly on Wednesday cleared three important bills, including one on fee regulation in private unaided institutions running professional courses.
 Times of India1 week ago
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Barré-Sinoussi: There is less attention for HIV

To mark the publication of new data by UNAIDS, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the world can look forward to a "generation free of AIDS." His "ambitious but realistic" aim is that, working together, rich and poor countries will ...
 Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago AIDS epidemic can end by 2030: UNAIDS  Business Standard3 weeks ago ECOSOC United Nations Economic and Social Counci : Activities of Secretary-General in Ethiopia, 12-16 July  4 Traders1 week ago Goal to End AIDS Epidemic by 2030 "Ambitious but Realistic": UN Chief  Sudan Vision Daily1 week ago

No HC relief, 450 BDS students to lose year

Around 450 "illegally" admitted students of Bachelor of Dental Science (BDS) course in private unaided dental colleges in Punjab will lose at least one academic year with the Punjab and Haryana high court on Thursday dismissing their plea against Baba Farid ...
 Times of India1 month ago Ask schools to re-admit wards under RTE: Bombay HC  Times of India2 months ago HC breather for RTE quota students  Times of India2 months ago

55% private unaided schools screen EWS applicants, 10% take admission fees from them : DCPCR Study

There are more violations of the law with with regard to EWS/DG (economically weaker section/disadvantaged group) admissions in private schools.
 Times of India1 month ago
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