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'Padanamuri' project in Kerala to help marginalised students by providing them with mainstream educational facilities

'Padanamuri' – a project of the Kerala State Development Corporation for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe, was first launched in the district in 2017

Published on 25th September 2018
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1500 Kerala unrecognised schools to shut down, students to be admitted to govt, aided schools

According to sources, of 4,504 government schools and 7,277 aided schools, majority of the schools can’t admit many students due to the unavailability of classrooms and shortage of teachers

Published on 4th February 2020

50 per cent rise in children from EWS studying in private schools: Javadekar

Due to numerous schemes, policies and Acts, the number of students from economically weaker sections has increased dramatically in just 4 years

Published on 4th January 2019
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8-year-old student from Srinagar harassed after father presses for imposition of bus fee order

Imtiyaz Ahmad Ahangar, who is the father of the minor boy, alleged that the school authorities have directed him to 'take his kid elsewhere or be prepared to face the consequence'

Published on 25th February 2020
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90 per cent reduction in RTE applications in Karnataka after 2019-20 amendment

Currently, in the district, there as many as 3,566 schools among which 2,114 are government, 600 aided and 852 are private unaided schools

Published on 13th May 2019
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ABVP takes up JNU cudgel, makes UGC promise Rs 6.7 crore to varsity

The UGC has reportedly promised that the said budget will be released after the completion of the necessary formalities, along with the additional budget demanded by the JNU administration

Published on 13th November 2019
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Academicians ask World Bank to postpone loan to MHRD for 'STAR' project, demand wider consultation first

The signatories also asked World Bank and MHRD to hold wider public consultation citing inadequate consultation on the STARS project

Published on 21st June 2020
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All-India Forum for Right to Education appeals to Chief Justice to drop case against Anand Teltumbde

Teltumbde is a Member Presidium of the AFRTE was charged under the UAPA and was supposed to surrender to the police today along with activist, Gautam Navlakha

Published on 8th April 2020
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AMU students ask Superintendent of Police to take action on those demanding burqa ban

AMU students termed the demand for a ban "a step for spreading religious discord" and have placed several complaints to get the college to back down

Published on 13th September 2019
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Are private schools now our whipping targets? Let's find out!

While compulsory admission under the Right to Education Act deprives private schools of intake of paying students, the present demand noted above seems overbearing

Published on 13th June 2020
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CABE meeting: States raise funding issues over New Education Policy's implementation

Many ministers have said that the Indian education system is highly regulated but inadequately funded

Published on 6th October 2019
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Coimbatore School Education Department to conduct 10-day refreshment training for teachers who have not passed TET

The training will be conducted through the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT), Tamil Nadu

Published on 13th May 2019
Anna University Chennai

Complaint filed against Anna University for concealing names of 92 colleges found guilty of deficiencies

The University has penalised the colleges with 25 per cent, 50 per cent and 100 per cent deduction intake of students this year

Published on 18th June 2019
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Dalit student in Chennai allegedly asked to pay bribe for admission at Kendriya Vidyalaya 

The CBI sleuths have arrested the principal of Kendra Vidyalaya, Ashok Nagar on Monday night on charges of demanding a bribe of  INR 1 lakh

Published on 11th April 2018
Umar Khalid

Democracy is not about who your next PM is going to be: Umar Khalid

Indian activist and former Jawaharlal Nehru University student Umar Khalid talks to us about the state of minorities in India, youth in politics, education and lot more

Published on 1st May 2019

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