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Bengaluru private school accused of punishing students for non-payment of fees by making them stand on the terrace. What really happened? 

The school has also said that they have had to slash teachers' salaries in order to make up the resources, and that there has been no relief from the government either

Published on 23rd December 2021
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With nine-year-old testing positive for Omicron in Mysuru, Karnataka's total tally rises to 20

The primary and secondary contacts both in the child's school and neighbourhood around home are being traced and tested for COVID and Omicron variant. Officials said that the school is sanitised 

Published on 23rd December 2021

National Award-winning teacher in Pune claims innocence after allegations of financial misconduct against him surface

"I worked here with honesty and with a vision to transform the school but an attempt is being made to make me a scapegoat," the teacher said

Published on 22nd December 2021

NEP 2020 helps bridge the gap between theory and practical applications, Karnataka CM Bommai says

Bommai said that every room in Rani Chennamma University will be digitised. He promised that his gov't would complete infrastructural works for the varsity within a year

Published on 22nd December 2021

Fill up senior teaching posts at all state-run medical colleges: Allahabad High Court tells Uttar Pradesh  government

The court said that the vacancy in the department of Radio-Diagnosis has existed since 2018 and "not much efforts have been made to make fresh appointments" 

Published on 22nd December 2021

These colleges in rural Islamabad are facing an acute shortage of teaching and non-teaching staff. Here's why

The cases of creating these posts in both colleges were presented in the May 2019 meeting of the austerity committee (finance division), said the Pakistani publication

Published on 22nd December 2021
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This Sanskrit science documentary on Mangalyaan is the first of its kind. Here's what's in store for you

Mankara said it would be a complete Sanskrit docu-film by all means as the entire script and dialogues would be in the ancient language

Published on 22nd December 2021

More than 2,700 cases of ragging since 2018, 1,300 perps punished: MoS for Education

The Minister said that 620 were suspended, 616 were let go with a warning, 17 were expelled and 43 had to pay fines

Published on 21st December 2021

Hyderabad women's college protests against bars near educational institutes. Here's how KTR came to their rescue

There are already five liquor shops in the 1.5 km-radius of the institute. Setting up bars near educational institutions is unlawful and the proposed establishment will be a threat, said the students

Published on 21st December 2021

Eleven new medical colleges to be inaugurated soon, graduates need to focus on rural medical services: Tamil Nadu CM Stalin

Recalling the crucial role played by late Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, Stalin said that it was due to Karunanidhi's efforts that the government ushered in several people-friendly health schemes

Published on 20th December 2021

Colleges under Lucknow University face difficulties implementing NEP 2020. Here's why

The principals said that though the NEP 2020 prescribes that a student can opt subjects of other streams/faculties, the varsity has not given permission for it

Published on 20th December 2021

Sambalpur University asks alumni to pour in Rs 1 crore for development of its premier colleges

The university officials said that under the Mo College (my college) scheme, the donations made by the alumni network would be matched by the government in its grant

Published on 20th December 2021

Law colleges need to introduce practical courses for students rather than impart only theoretical knowledge: CJI Ramana

The CJI urged law graduates to consider gaining experience at trial courts before moving to practice at higher forums. He said that there is highest pendency before trial courts and need for lawyers

Published on 20th December 2021

Schools in Tamil Nadu to be under microscope after Tirunelveli tragedy

Poyyamozhi said that the gov't has allocated Rs 250 crore for the demolition and maintenance of school buildings. He said that the earlier AIADMK gov't had allocated only Rs 75  crore for the same

Published on 20th December 2021
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Central Zone Task Force nabs duo producing fake certificates of Andhra University, Telangana University

Radhakishan Rao said that apart from the fake educational certificates, they also printed counterfeit reliving and offer letters and charge about Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000

Published on 18th December 2021

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