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With decorated walls, books and toys, Telangana gets its first 'child-friendly' police station 

The initiative aims to facilitate a friendly environment and encourage higher reporting of crimes relating to children

Published on 14th November 2019
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24k child sexual assault cases in 2019: Why SC wants special courts for districts with 100+ cases

It was revealed during the trial that NCPCR had no data available for cases registered under POCSO

Published on 26th July 2019
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Tamil Nadu promises birth certificates to rescued bonded child labourers

International Justice Mission (IJM)  has identified 51 children from Tiruvallur district in the age group of six to 13 years who do not have the certificates

Published on 12th June 2019
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New education policy: Transgenders to get safe, reliable schools

The policy document proposed to involve civil society groups that have gained substantial knowledge of and experience in working with transgender children

Published on 31st May 2019
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Regulate schoolbag weight, follow SCERT/NCERT books: National Commission for Protection of Child Rights

But officials in the education department feel that proper implementation can happen only from the next academic year

Published on 30th May 2019
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It will take India 87 years to have basic amenities in schools, RTE compliance, says report

Following U-DISE data the study goes on to say that India is far from being able to provide secondary education to all because there is a severe shortage of school infrastructure

Published on 13th March 2019
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Owing to an increase in incidents of sexual abuse, NCPCR seeks a detailed report from the Odisha Government

Anguished over growing cases of sexual assault of minor girls in residential schools in Dhenkanal, Kalahandi, Jajpur and Kandhamal districts, the Commission is seeking a report

Published on 30th January 2019
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No toilets in schools, children in Perumbakkam settlements have to defecate in the open

Children also complained about safety issues in the resettlements and that the local police have been of no help either

Published on 27th December 2018
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HRD Ministry sitting on guidelines fixing accountability of management in case of safety violations in schools

The management to be taken over by the state government in case of serious violations or a major crime on campus

Published on 8th December 2018
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NCPCR data on childcare homes 'frightening', says Supreme Court

During the hearing, the bench asked advocate R. Bala Subramanian, appearing for the Centre, if he has seen the social audit report of NCPCR and whether it shocked him or not

Published on 29th August 2018
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Government to rope in college, school students to be 'Modi Messengers' to publicise its policies

In the first phase, the plan is being started in four states in north-east, including Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, and Manipur which will see 500 principals and 700 college students being trained

Published on 6th July 2018
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Child rights panel feels NCERT guidelines for play schools has 'gaps'

The NCERT guidelines talk of play as the basis for learning, art as the basis for education, blend of textual and cultural concepts, and a mix of formal and informal interaction

Published on 2nd May 2018
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Childline sets up a help desk for women and children at Bhubaneshwar Railway Station

The help-desk was constituted after members of Childline wrote to the railways to ask for the desk, which will help in rescuing and dealing with such cases

Published on 22nd March 2018
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English, high costs and lack of concern by schools cause dropouts: Study

The study says that one of the main "excuses" given by a school is that after allotment (under EWS category), parents show no interest for admission while the institute fails to follow up on it

Published on 11th February 2018
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Get more women drivers, conductors: Maneka Gandhi to raise pitch at high-level MHRD meeting following Ryan student's murder

Several guidelines are expected to be raised in the high level MHRD meeting including strict rules on the employment of non-teaching staff to ensure safety of children in schools

Published on 12th September 2017

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