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Run down minority institutions at our own peril, observes Delhi HC
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HC moved again over Delhi government's school fee order

New Delhi, April 28 (IANS) Ryan International, a private unaided minority school, on Thursday moved the Delhi High Court challenging the city government order that private unaided schools allotted land by the DDA shall not hike fees without prior ... Yahoo! India, 1 day ago

Pvt lecturers sent back from valuation centres

Lecturers from private unaided colleges staged a protest outside a few pre-university answer script evaluation centres on Friday condemning the Department of Pre-University Education's decision to decline their services after issuing orders asking them to ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Panel to Probe PU Colleges Offering Integrated Courses  New Indian Express1 week ago Govt 'coerces' unaided college lecturers into PU evaluation duty  Deccan Herald1 week ago State ropes in retired lecturers for PU evaluation  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Mumbai schools to keep RTE seats vacant

More than 3,000 seats reserved under the Right to Education (RTE) for children from economically weak families in unaided, non-minority schools in the city will have to be kept vacant throughout the year, as they did not find any takers in the first ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Parents rue no help desks for RTE admissions  Times of India4 weeks ago Quota seats will remain vacant  HT Syndication1 week ago Lottery held for RTE: 6,000 vie for 10,000 seats  Times of India1 week ago
Tanzania Today

UNAIDS Ende Civil Society Engagement on Approach to Combat AIDS

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Monrovia, April 20 -- Ahead of the 2016 United Nations General Assembly High- Level Meeting on Ending AIDS slated from 8-10 June in New York, the United Nations ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago Liberia: UNAIDS Engages Civic Groups(NEWS)  AllAfrica.com1 week ago Liberia: UNAIDS Ende Civil Society Engagement On Approach to Combat Aids  AllAfrica.com1 week ago UNAIDS Special Representatives Mette-Marit speaks about hope amidst Aids scourge (Audio)  Tanzania Today2 weeks ago
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No rules as UP board recognises schools

Allahabad: Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UP Board) has granted recognition to 682 unaided schools across the state without ensuring whether they fulfill eligibility criteria for the same. The list, brought before the regional recognition committee, ...
 Times of India1 week ago Results 2016: Kerala Board SSLC (Class 10) Examination Results 2016 | DHSE Class 10th exam result 2016 declared...  ABP Live2 days ago Boycott effect: Now, exam results delayed  Times of India1 week ago

Unaided schools to boycott RTE admissions if fees not reimbursed

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, April 2 -- Unaided schools across the state have decided to boycott the ongoing admissions to Right to Education ( RTE) seats and not admit students ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago RTE admissions arrears not paid: Schools  Asian Age4 weeks ago Unaided schools write to BMC commissioner, allege corruption  Times of India1 month ago Discrimination alleged in textbook distribution  Times of India1 month ago

Punjab's Unaided Colleges Association demand govt to release funds for post matric scholarship scheme of SC/ST students

Punjab's Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) has requested the state government to immediately release the funds meant for Post Matric Scholarship scheme (PMS) for SC-ST students in the state.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Release around 625 crore under PMS before exams:-PUCA  5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago Release Rs 625cr of Post Matric Scholasrhip: Unaided colleges to Punjab govt  Times of India2 weeks ago Panel formed to highlight problems faced by unaided colleges  Times of India2 months ago

Govt sets aside fund for unaided school teachers

Allahabad: The state government has made a provision of Rs 200 crore to be distributed to teachers of 19,000 non-government secondary schools affiliated to Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UP Board) as wages for this year. However, the board is yet to ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Teachers from unaided schools protest government negligence  DNA1 month ago Unaided school teachers rejoice  Times of India2 months ago

UNAIDS announces budget plans on Fast-Track ending AIDS epidemic

The projected need of $ 26.2 bn in 2020 is down from a previous estimate of $ 30 bn. New findings suggest that the world can reach ambitious Fast-Track targets for preventing new HIV infections, AIDS-related deaths and discrimination with fewer ...
 Mehr News3 weeks ago UNAIDS: Lower price tag on investments needed to Fast-Track ending AIDS epidemic  Islamic Republic News Agency3 weeks ago

Setback for AAP govt: Delhi HC restores management quota in nursery admissions

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday restored the management quota in nursery admissions in the national capital's private unaided schools, saying the AAP government's order to scrap it was "without the authority of law". The post Setback for AAP govt: Delhi HC ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Scrapping management quota without authority of law: Delhi HC  Prokerala2 months ago Delhi HC restores management quota in nursery admissions  MSN India2 months ago Nursery Admissions: Management quota is prone to misuse, says Delhi government  Asian Age2 months ago
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