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Private school to lose affiliation for denying admit cards

Feb-22-2013 | 0 Comments

Private school to lose affiliation for denying admit cards NEW DELHI: Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has directed Delhi Government to cancel the affiliation of a private school for withholding the admit cards of several Class XII students. It has also directed the principal and chairman of Bal Mandir Senior Secondary School to cough up Rs 75,000 a... Read Full Story »

India, UK signed agreements to develop community colleges and strengthen education sector

Feb-21-2013 | 0 Comments

India, UK signed agreements to develop community colleges and strengthen education sector NEW DELHI: India and United Kingdom signed two MoUs to promote development of community colleges and implementation of School Leadership Programme on Wednesday. The MoUs were signed on behalf of India by minister of state, HRD, Jitin Prasada and for United Kingdom by David Willetts, minister for Universities ... Read Full Story »

Germany happy with response in schools to learning language

Feb-20-2013 | 0 Comments

Germany happy with response in schools to learning language NEW DELHI: Encouraged by the success of German language programme in Kendriya Vidyalaya schools across the country, German Ambassador to India Michael Steiner on Tuesday said that in another four years one million students would have learnt the language.

"Our goal is that by 2017, one million I... Read Full Story »

GMAC launches soft skills assessment for students, career advancement, schools and corporations

Feb-20-2013 | 0 Comments

GMAC launches soft skills assessment for students, career advancement, schools and corporations NEW DELHI: The Graduate Management Admission Council, which conducts that GMAT, in partnership with Hogan Assessments, launched a soft skills assessment for students, career advancement, schools and corporations on Wednesday.

Reflect by TM GMAC is a soft-skills solution for use by students, pro... Read Full Story »

Jamia student's on a 12-day cycle journey for 'Save Water, Save Earth' campaign

Feb-15-2013 | 0 Comments

Jamia student's on a 12-day cycle journey for 'Save Water, Save Earth' campaign NEW DELHI: A group of 25 students (19 boys and 6 girls) of Jamia Millia Islamia started their 12-day cycle rally to spread the message of " Save Water, Save Earth." The rally was flagged off by the vice-chancellor of the university, Najeeb Jung from the campus on Thursday.

This concept of cycl... Read Full Story »

Nursery outside RTE ambit: Centre

Feb-14-2013 | 0 Comments

Nursery outside RTE ambit: Centre NEW DELHI: The Centre Wednesday backed autonomy to Delhi's private unaided schools in nursery admissions, clarifying that RTE Act doesn't apply to nursery classes and the state
government may frame its own policies.

Additional solicitor general Rajeeve Mehra informed a bench of chief jus... Read Full Story »

Sex education should be made part of school curriculum: Government

Feb-14-2013 | 0 Comments

Sex education should be made part of school curriculum: Government NEW DELHI: With a minor named as accused in the Delhi gang rape incident, HRD Minister M M Pallam Raju feels that sex education should be made an integral part of the school curriculum.

"We have already started talking about this... Something has to be part of our curriculum," he said today, re... Read Full Story »

Crunch business lessons into small capsules for success

Feb-12-2013 | 0 Comments

Crunch business lessons into small capsules for success NEW DELHI: A good score in business studies generally signals a capacity to marshal large quantities of information with ease. Shaurya Dhall, a Class XII commerce student at Amity International School, Saket, has mastered that particular art.

The trick, says Shaurya, is to be able to reduce la... Read Full Story »

Delhi University students at book fair: Photocopying study materials is not infringement of copyrights

Feb-11-2013 | 0 Comments

Delhi University students at book fair: Photocopying study materials is not infringement of copyrights NEW DELHI: Post 3 pm, visitor on the last day of the New Delhi World Book Fair were taken by surprise by 24 Delhi University students trying to justify the act of photocopying study material by them on Sunday. The students distributed over 1,000 pamphlets at Pragati Maidan trying to convince visitors that pho... Read Full Story »

RTE does not apply to nursery admission: Tharoor

Feb-02-2013 | 0 Comments

RTE does not apply to nursery admission: Tharoor NEW DELHI: Minister of State for human resource development Shashi Tharoor Friday said the right to education (RTE) does not apply to nursery admissions.

"The RTE doesn't apply to nursery admissions as the law specifies eight years of compulsory schooling from the age of six to 14. Nursery chi... Read Full Story »

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