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About 855 results for "unaids"

Benefits sought for unaided school staff

The district unit of the Kerala Unaided School Teachers and Staff Union has demanded that the managements of unaided schools give a months pay as bonus to teachers and non-teaching staff for Onam. In addition to that, one months salary should be paid as ... The Hindu, 4 days ago

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Surrender land if you cannot follow rules, HC tells schools

The Delhi High Court on Friday told private unaided schools as that they can surrender the land provided to them at concessional rates if they are unwilling to comply with the conditions of allotment such as hiking fee with prior permission of the city ...
 The Hindu5 days ago Honour terms or give up land, HC tells pvt schools  Times of India6 days ago

Court asks errant Delhi pvt schools to surrender land

Unaided private schools can surrender their land and get compensation if they cannot comply with the allotment conditions like hiking fees only with government permission, Delhi High Court said today. The conditions of allotment of DDA land at concessional ...
 Business Line6 days ago Surrender land or comply with allotment conditions: HC  Press Trust of India6 days ago Follow norms or surrender land, HC warns pvt schools  New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago

HIV/AIDS in 2016 and Beyond

PrEP programs are expanding globally, from France and Australia to Kenya and South Africa. By 2020, UNAIDS has set a goal of reaching 3 million people with PrEP. However, PrEP remains expensive—about $13 000 per year in the United States, ...
 Journal of the American Medical Association6 days ago Marching towards a world free from HIV AIDS  Navhind Times1 week ago The battle against AIDS  EIU1 week ago HIV Prevention at AIDS 2016 21st International AIDS Conference Durban, South Africa 18-22 July 2016  National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project2 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Delhi govt takes over private school, High Court stays move

In a first, the Delhi government on Wednesday took over two branches of a private unaided school after lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung’s approval on Tuesday evening even as the process was halted by the Delhi high court later. The action has been initiated ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Delhi govt takes over 2 branches of pvt school, HC halts  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Delhi govt ready to take over 2 branches of pvt school  United News of India3 weeks ago Delhi Govt to take over 2 branches of private school  The Statesman3 weeks ago
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United News of India

Unaided colleges seek bailout

The Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) has urged the state government to solve the problems being faced by such colleges. More than 50 per cent seats in unaided colleges are vacant. The colleges are facing a financial crunch due to the ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago PUCA urged Govt to save dying Higher Education sector of Punjab  5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago PUCA urges govt to solve problems faced by unaided colleges of Punjab  United News of India2 weeks ago

Court rules out RTI for unaided institutions

AMBIGUOUS PROVISION CLARIFIED CIC's order clears confusion about RTI Act's application to unaided schools and colleges that do not get grants from government; says such institutions not liable to answer The Nagpur bench of chief information ...
 Pune Mirror3 weeks ago No fee hike till Aug 22, unaided schools told  Times of India3 weeks ago Don't hike fees till Aug 22: HC to pvt schools on DDA land  Business Standard3 weeks ago CBSE got 11 fee hike complaints in unaided pvt schools: govt  Business Standard1 month ago
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Times of India

Unaided college seats in Maharashtra overtake those supported by govt

Mumbai: The state is seeing the slow death of the aided collegiate system, an arrangement that historically had colleges charging ridiculously low fees. That worked as an inducement and opened campus doors to any youngster wanting to pursue higher ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Unaided college seats in Mrashtra overtake those supported by govt  Times of India2 weeks ago Convert dist hospitals into medical colleges via PPP: Government panel  DNA India2 days ago

Keep records ready for audit, pvt schools told

Taking a strong note of non-cooperation by 97 private, unaided recognised schools, the AAP Government has directed to keep their records and books of account ready for inspection by a team of chartered accountants from empaneled firms of the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago AAP government set to audit account books of 97 private schools  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Court seeks report on fee structure for unaided schools

The High Court, on October 11, 1996, upheld the constitutional validity of some of the provisions of the Act, including States power to regulate education by prescribing curricula, tuition and other fees, staff pattern, facilities, etc. This verdict led the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Petitioner told to approach govt. for fee structure panel  The Hindu2 months ago Consider plea to hike RTE fee reimbursement, says High Court  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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