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International Education: Picking the right university and course

Studying abroad has countless perks. In a growing economy like India, it is obvious that the millennial generation has aspirations to get the best education that the world has to offer. So, it doesn’t come across as a big surprise that the demand for study abroad options is growing by the day.

Recommended for : University Of Chicago , Study In USA

Publish Date : Sep 11, 2017

CBSE mandates all schools to hire special educators for children with disabilities

CBSE has issued a circular to its affiliated schools to make it mandatory to recruit special educators to facilitate quality education for children with disabilities. CBSE has taken this step to promote inclusive education and as a reaction to strict guidelines of the Right to Education Act.

Recommended for : CBSE , CBSE Inclusive Education , Right to Education , RTI , Education for Children with Disabilities

Publish Date : Jun 27, 2017

Panneerselvam Demanded Rs. 100 crore for RTE Act Implementation

Nearly Rs. 100 crore has been sought by the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Mr. O. Pannerselvam from the Centre, in order to implement Right to Education Act (RTE) in Tamil Nadu.

Recommended for : Pannerselvam , Right to Education Act

Publish Date : May 9, 2015

Non Detention Policy (NDP) guidelines formed by SCERT in Nagaland

Under the Right to Education Act the Non Detention Policy guidelines were drafted by the Nagaland State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) and were ordered to be implemented with immediate effect.

Recommended for : Right to Education Act , Nagaland State Council of Educational Research and Training , Vipralhoue Kesiezie

Publish Date : Apr 18, 2015

Kannada to be Mandatory Subject in Karnataka Schools

In order to make Kannada, the primary medium of education at all the government as well as all the other government aided schools upto class V, the Karnataka legislative has recently passed a bill. Students from class I to X of in any education institute would have to take Kannada as mandatory subject in Karnataka.

Recommended for : Karnataka schools , Right to Free and Compulsory Education , Karnataka legislative assembly

Publish Date : Apr 6, 2015

Transgender Kids to Attend School under ‘Disadvantaged Category’

The transgender kids will now be able to attend school unlike other children to pursue their studies throughout the capital.

Recommended for : transgender , kids , Najeeb Jung , Right to Education , RTE Act , school , children

Publish Date : Oct 17, 2014

CABE proclaims Goa among 8 other states that didn’t conduct TET

Goa, Karnataka, Jammu & Kashmir and five other north-eastern states have not held Teacher Eligibility Test (TET), which is conducted for the appointment of teachers in schools.

Recommended for : Teacher Eligibility Test , TET 2014 , Right of Child to Free and Compulsory Education Act , Central Advisory Board of Education 2014

Publish Date : Aug 8, 2014

Apex Court Directs Schools to Must Have Separate Toilets for Boys and Girls

The Supreme Court ruled out that separate toilets provision for boys and girls as well as facility of clean drinking water are vital part of Right to Education and hence all schools including the education institutions run by Minority community must comply with the directions of installing and setting up these basic human requirements.

Recommended for : Supreme Court , Right to Education

Publish Date : May 12, 2014

Admissions under RTE to Go Online In Maharashtra Division Headquarters from 2015

To streamline the process of admissions under the 25% reservation quota of the Right to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, the state government of Maharashtra will take the admission process online to be done in the 9 divisional headquarters of the state.

Recommended for : RTE , Right to Education , Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act , RTE Quota Admission

Publish Date : May 2, 2014

Tamil Nadu Schools are Asked to Cover up the Gap in Last Year's RTE Quota Intake

Observing Tamil Nadu’s failure at meeting 50% of its admission goal for admissions of underprivileged children to matriculation schools in the 2013-14 academic year under the 25% reservation clause of the Right To Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, a directorate of matriculation schools issued circular to all matriculation schools and chief educational officers in various districts for the same.

Recommended for : Tamil Nadu , Tamil Nadu Schools , Right to Free and Compulsory Education , RTE , RTE Act

Publish Date : Mar 28, 2014

IIM-A Students Help Parents to Claim Right to Education for their Children through RRC Project

Students of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, have come forward to help needy parents enroll their children to school under Right to Education government scheme.

Recommended for : Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad , IIM A , Right to Education , RTE , RTE Resource Centre , RRC

Publish Date : Feb 17, 2014

Admissions under RTE Quota to Begin from 15 February 2014 On Trial Basis

The director of primary education, Mahavir Mane, confirmed on 27 January that the entry-level school admissions under Right to Education (RTE) will be commenced from 15 February 2014 across the Maharashtra State.

Recommended for : Right to Education , RTE , School Admissions under RTE

Publish Date : Jan 28, 2014

A Convention to Monitor the ‘RTE Act Progress’ Held at New Delhi

Minister for Women & Child Development, Smt. Krishna Tirath, inaugurated a two day National Convention on ‘Three Years of Completion of the RTE (Right to Education) Act" in New Delhi.

Recommended for : Right to Education , RTE Act , Minister for Women & Child Development , Smt. Krishna Tirath , National Commission for Protection of Child Rights , NCPCR

Publish Date : Jan 17, 2014

Government to Setup Helpdesks to Facilitate Filling of 25% Reserved Seats under RTE

To help the Economically Weaker Section families and their children obtain their right to free education, the government has decided to initiate a pilot project of online admission system to fill the reserved 25% seats under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009.

Recommended for : Right to Education Act , RTE , Economically Weaker Section

Publish Date : Jan 3, 2014

Poor Income Not The Only Criterion For Admitting Students Under RTE Quota in Private Schools

The low annual income is just one of the many criteria for allowing admission in private schools under the Right to Education Quota, which is created for ‘disadvantaged groups’ and ‘weaker sections’ by the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act.

Recommended for : RTE Act , RTE quota , disadvantaged groups category , Right to Education

Publish Date : Dec 19, 2013

Right to Education soon to be a Part of Education System in Jammu & Kashmir

The Government of Jammu & Kashmir has decided to provide free education to children between the age group of four and 14 in the state...

Recommended for : Jammu and Kashmir Government , J&K , right to education , RTE

Publish Date : Dec 13, 2013

Bombay HC Seeks Report on the Implementation Process of RTE

Bringing judgment to a petition filed by a union of teachers against the non-implementation of the 'Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act' (RTE), the Bombay High Court on 12 December

Recommended for : Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act , Right to Education , RTE

Publish Date : Dec 13, 2013

Admission Process for 25% RTE seats will likely to begin in June Next Year

The process of admission to fill 25% seats saved for students belonging to economically weaker backgrounds as stated under the Right to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act is yet again to be amended for the next school academic session 2014-15. Hence, the admission process for the same will start from June onwards, at the time when schools are reopened for the new academic session.

Recommended for : Admission for RTE seats , School Admissions , Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act , RTE Act

Publish Date : Nov 19, 2013

Delhi Government are directed to decide new Nursery admission rule, going along with RTE Act

On 25 September 2013, the Delhi High Court asked Delhi Government to take a decision within three months on a petition seeking revision in admission process for nursery standard to synchronize it properly with the Right to Education (RTE) Act that forbids screening of kids for admission.

Recommended for : Delhi High Court , Nursery Admission , Nursery Education , Right to Education , RTE , Delhi Government

Publish Date : Sep 26, 2013

‘Right to Education’ Campaign Kicked off on 26 September 2012

The school level campaign programme over the Union Government’s ‘Right to Education Act’ kick started on 26 September 2012. For more information, read ahead.

Recommended for : Right to Education Campaign , Right to Education Campaign on 26 September 2012

Publish Date : Sep 27, 2012

Maharashtra Games up for New Education Structure

Maharashtra state's school education structure is to go through a transformation. For information, read ahead.

Recommended for : Maharashtra , Right to Education , state's school education structure

Publish Date : Jul 19, 2012

Right to Education Campaign fastens today, 11 July 2012

Shiksha ka haq abhiyan campaign is in place to raise awareness about the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009. For more information, read ahead.

Recommended for : Right to Education act , RTE act in Goa , Education news RTE act

Publish Date : Jul 11, 2012

Delhi High Court laid new guidelines for admission under RTE Act

The Delhi High Court has asked the Capital's private unaided schools to admit children from economically weaker sections and disadvantaged groups in the 25 per cent reserved quota under Right to Education Act

Recommended for : delhi high court new order for schools , right to education act , delhi high court

Publish Date : Feb 2, 2012

Right to Education now to Destitute Children

Delhi Directorate of Education has initiated the admission process of mentally challenged children in the Government-run mainstream schools from the academic year 2012-13

Recommended for : delhi directorate of education , right to education for mentally challenged children , asha kiran home

Publish Date : Jan 23, 2012

Release answer sheets of students under RTI: Supreme Court

Supreme Court on 9 August 2011 made it mandatory for all public agencies in India that conduct any educational or professional examination to disclose to the student her answer sheets under Right to Information Act

Recommended for : supreme court of india , right to information act , answe sheets of students , central board of secondary education

Publish Date : Aug 10, 2011

Fighting the Odds with a Smile

Learn young the art of remaining functional and productive under duress

Recommended for : education , mentoring , staying focused , right perspective , rethinking , optimism , productivity , college life , enthusiasm , fighting the odds

Publish Date : Jan 31, 2011

A Step in the Right Direction: Befriending Classmates

Befriending and mingling with unknown faces in your new college is part challenge and part fun

Recommended for : education , college , campus , friends , new students , interaction , mantras , ragging , new phase of student life

Publish Date : Jan 18, 2011
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