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Pvt unaided school gets boost against state fee regulation

HC Stays Order To Pune School Not To Collect Hiked Amount Times of India, 20 hours ago
Permit English schools, govt tells DPI Deccan Herald, 3 days ago

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DoE again seeks enrolment data

The directorate of education has issued yet another circular reminding private unaided schools to furnish their enrolment data.
 Times of India3 days ago DoE wants parents to keep tabs on van drivers in Delhi  Times of India1 month ago

SSC results to arrive in time, teachers resume checking

The Maharashtra Unaided Schools Action Group has decided to take its boycott back on assessing the ongoing SSC examination papers. The group of over 10,000 teachers, had boycotted the assessment after the state failed to meet their long-pending ...
 India Today1 week ago Teachers call off boycott, will check SSC papers  Times of India1 week ago Assessment boycott may hit HSC, SSC results  Times of India2 weeks ago Teachers boycott SSC paper checking  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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State scraps decision to re-verify eligibility of unaided schools for grant, teachers call off strike

The association claims that it has over 35,000 schools affiliated to it across the state, and that the boycott may have resulted delay in declaring the SSC results. School teachers, who launched an agitation last week by boycotting assessment of ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Principals’ body gives a week’s ultimatum to state  Asian Age3 weeks ago Unaided school children attend art camp  Business Standard2 months ago Schools face an exodus of teachers  Bangalore Mirror1 week ago

Minority medical colleges to share seats with govt

While unaided engineering colleges in the State have refused to toe the line this year, medical colleges seem to have yielded to the governments demands for sharing seats. During a meeting with the government officials on Wednesday, Karnataka Religious and ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Govt can't force St John's to part with seats: HC  Deccan Herald1 month ago Unaided colleges in Mumbai not very disabled-friendly  DNA2 months ago In 2015, MGU will not approve new engineering colleges  The Hindu3 weeks ago

Bedlam over demands of contract teachers, data entry operators in Bihar Assly

BJP members today created ruckus in Bihar assembly in support of demands of contract teachers, teachers of unaided educational institutions and data entry operators, demanding from the state government to consider their genuine demands which forced ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago BJP makes condition of contractual workers an issue to attack Bihar govt  The Echo Of India1 week ago PTI - ASSEMBLY-BJP - BJP attacks govt over condition of contractual employees  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago BJP attacks govt over condition of contractual employees  Press Trust of India1 week ago

Agitating teachers not placated

Despite assurances from the government of addressing the demands raised by the Maharashtra State Permanently Unaided School Association (MSPUSA), schools teachers affiliated to the association have said that they will not withdraw their SSC answer sheet ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

Online Lottery for RTE Seats in Mess

BENGALURU: The online lottery system for allotting the final seats under the Right to Education (RTE) quota in private unaided schools has turned out to be a mess. As per documents available from the schools in the city, many ineligible students ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago RTE: Over, 7,000 applns received for 4,141 seats  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Maharashtra approves Rs 2,600 lakh fund for RTE admissions

Private unaided schools who have given admissions to children from the underprivileged section of the society under the 25% quota after the implementation of the Right to Education (RTE) Act, will finally get the fee reimbursed by the state government.
 Times of India1 week ago

Validity of CET for unaided colleges still unclear

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) will soon close the application process for Common Entrance Test (CET), 2015, but the validity of the entrance test for admissions to unaided professional colleges is still unclear. Stalemate continues as the State ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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