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Comply with safe school vahan policy, CBSE guidelines: HC

The Punjab and Haryana high court on Wednesday directed the Association of Unaided Punjab CBSE Schools to comply with the state's safe school vahan policy and the CBSE guidelines to ensure the safety of children in school buses. Times of India, 7 minutes ago

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CBSE Class XII Results: Overall result sees slight drop from last year

Figures of private unaided schools dropped from 92.09 to 85.48 per cent. A large number of students may have secured more than 90 per cent marks this year, like every year, but the overall Class XII result seems to have witnessed a slight decline.
 Indian Express2 days ago 102 schools register cent per cent results in SSLC  The Hindu2 minutes ago Private schools in Bengaluru with 0 % SSLC results face closure threat  Economic Times6 days ago SSLC results: 102 schools in Mysuru in 'Club 100'  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

PUTIA objects to Punjab decision on PTU board of governors

Punjab Unaided Technical Institutions Association (PUTIA) has strongly objected to the decision made by the Punjab Government on formation of Board of Governors of PTU, Jalandhar.
 Times of India1 week ago PUTIA strongly objects Punjab Government decision on PTU Board of Governors  5 Dariya News - English1 week ago PUTIA objects Pb Govt's decision on PTU Board of Governors  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

High fees deter students from Science

The increasing number of unaided seats and growing popularity of coaching classes are putting the Science stream out of reach for many students.
 Times of India1 week ago

MCX, ITM Group of Institutions sign MoU to promote skill development

KOLKATA: (MCX), India's top commodity exchange, and ITM Group of Institutions, a leading private unaided group of institution in India, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote skill development, knowledge, research and financial ...
 Economic Times1 week ago MCX Multi Commodity Exchange of India : Press Releases : enters into MoU with ITM Group of Institutions  4 Traders1 week ago MCX enters into MoU with ITM Group of Institutions  MyIris1 week ago

Corporate school's poaching practice irk unaided institutions

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Corporate schools and unaided educational institutions are vying with each another to attract more students through marketing campaigns. Many schools in Vijayawada, Guntur, Visakhapatnam and other towns have ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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Fee Act signed by guv, to be implemented this year

On Wednesday, governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao signed on the ordinance of the ‘Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Education Institutions (Regulation of Admission Fees) Act, 2015, which will help the government control the fee structure of colleges and ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Maha ordinance to regulate fees, admissions of pvt colleges  Business Standard2 weeks ago Maharashtra ordinance to regulate fees, admissions of private colleges  DNA2 weeks ago Experts sceptical about new education act  Asian Age1 month ago
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Tuition fee structure for MBBS, BDS courses revised

The State government has revised with immediate effect the tuition fee structure for MBBS/BDS courses in unaided minority and non-minority medical and dental professional institutions in the State. According to government orders issued in this ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Fee Structure for MBBS, BDS Courses Revised  New Indian Express1 week ago

Ask schools to re-admit wards under RTE: Bombay HC

The Bombay high court on Friday asked parents of pre-primary students who were removed from private unaided schools to go back and ask the schools to re-admit their children under the Right to Education (RTE) quota.
 Times of India1 week ago Mumbai: SoBo school reinstates expelled RTE students  Mid Day1 week ago
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HC breather for RTE quota students

In a relief to thousands of pre-primary students admitted in private unaided schools across Maharashtra under the 25% Right To Education quota, the Bombay high court on Thursday asked the authorities to maintain status quo on their admissions
 Times of India2 weeks ago Maharashtra government move on RTE quota admission worries parents  DNA4 weeks ago Maharashtra approves Rs 2,600 lakh fund for RTE admissions  Times of India2 months ago City parents demand amendment to edn Act  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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