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Parents demand action against Mumbai school for keeping kids out
Mid Day

Two-day Ganpati holiday for BMC schools

The BMC sent a circular to principals of BMC's primary schools, private aided and unaided schools about changes in a holiday, whose notification that they had previously sent. BMC wants schools to give two days' holidays for the Ganesh festival ... DNA India, 10 hours ago
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2 months on, schools yet to get drivers verified

NEW DELHI: The Directorate of Education has sent out yet another reminder to district officers and private unaided schools to submit reports confirming their compliance to a previous set of instructions related to school transport for children. The ...
 Times of India5 days ago Free education for girls: Unaided schools fume after getting 20-yr-old GR  Mid Day5 days ago Special educators for unaided pvt schools  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Schools told to be disabled-friendly  Times of India3 weeks ago

Tepid response to DTEd course, 83 unaided colleges shut down

Dearth of jobs in government schools has resulted in a poor response to the admissions in the state-run diploma in teacher education (DTEd) course in over 1,000 colleges in Maharashtra.
 Times of India6 days ago

Private schools told to install GPS in buses

The transport department issued an advisory on Thursday directing all private unaided recognized schools to ensure safe transportation of children and install GPS system in buses.
 Times of India1 week ago No more annual update of recognition for private primary schools  DNA India2 weeks ago One-time recognition enough for primary schools, says civic panel  Indian Express2 weeks ago Private schools oppose installation of CCTVs  DNA India2 weeks ago

Fund crunch brings aided, unaided colleges on verge of closure in Punjab

As many as 170 aided and unaided colleges, affiliated with various universities of Punjab, are on the verge of closure in the absence of release of grant for salaries by the state government.
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Daily Guide Ghana

Cho Kah Sin: Indonesia's HIV prevention should be an example

TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - There has been discordant voices following the launch of the UNAIDS Gap Report on July 16, which details the prevalence of this deadly disease, and how governments attempt to prevent its spread. It was not particularly well ...
 Tempo.co1 day ago UNAIDS Targets Youth in HIV Campaign  Daily Guide Ghana5 days ago Can innovation drive HIV responses to meet 90:90:90 targets by 2020?  OpEdNews.com1 week ago 90:90:90 by 2020 Aims to End the Plague of HIV Globally  NewsBlaze2 weeks ago
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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 month ago Admissions for education Act quota seats go offline  Times of India1 month ago Unaided minority schools exempted from keeping 25% seats under the RTE Act as per Supreme Court might see their protection being challenged  DNA2 months ago Errors delay RTE admission round  Times of India3 days ago
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HC raps Delhi govt for non-refund of excess fees taken by

The Delhi High Court today pulled up the city government over delay in refunding the excess fee taken by unaided private schools. A bench of Justice B D Ahmed and Justice Siddharth Mridul also sought a status report from the government's Directorate of ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Delhi High Court raps Delhi government for non-refund of excess fees taken by unaided schools  Economic Times2 weeks ago High Court raps Delhi govt for non-refund of excess fees taken by unaided schools  DNA2 weeks ago Left out of school, despite RTE?  New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago
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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 India1 month ago 'Modified policy' to recognize private unaided schools  Times of India1 month ago

'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 Herald1 month ago
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