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Haryana launches ‘I am not afraid of English’ programme for primary school students

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Haryana launches ‘I am not afraid of English’ programme for primary school students The initiative aims at capacity building of teachers to enable them help students to read, write and speak in English right from class 1. 5 SHARES SHARE

Delhi govt to send 400 teachers to Singapore for training

In Delhi-NCR, 23% of kids are dropouts: CRY report

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In Delhi-NCR, 23% of kids are dropouts: CRY report About 23 million children between 15-18 years of age in India are working, of whom 19 million have dropped out of school.  324 SHARES SHARE

SISODIA LAUNCHES RESULTS OF MISSION BUNIYAAD

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SISODIA LAUNCHES RESULTS OF MISSION BUNIYAADTuesday, 10 July 2018 | Staff Reporter | NEW DELHI 1 2 3 4 5
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Madhya Pradesh fails to pass elementary education test The net enrolment ratio (NER) for primary education as on March 2016 was lower than the national average. Published: 15th July 2018 12:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th July 2018 12:24 PM  |  A+A A- Image used for representational purpose only. By Anuraag Singh BHOPAL: An audit of implementation of the Right to Education (RTE) Act has brought to the fore the sorry state of universal elementary education in Madhya Pradesh. The Comptroller and Auditor General’s (CAG) audit between March-August 2016 that covered the period right from the inception of the RTE Act in 2010 till 2016, revealed that the Act’s objective of providing universal elementary education couldn’t be achieved even after six years. The net enrolment ratio (NER) for primary education as on March 2016 was lower than the national average. There was a decline in NER at the Class I to Class V level from 93.66 per cent in 2013-14 to 78.93 per cent in 2015-16. However, MP achie…

MP: RSK plans reforms to improve competency level of students

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NCPCR Recommends Artificial Intelligence to Deal with Fee Related Problems in Unaided Pvt Schools The framework includes digital strategies to deal with the menace and suggests that appropriate government must develop a suitable online mechanism using digital technology and artificial intelligence.News18.com Updated:July 15, 2018, 8:34 AM IST Picture For Representation. (Getty Images) New Delhi: National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), an autonomous body under the Ministry of Women and Child Development, has prepared a Model Fee Regulatory Framework for unaided private schools, and shared it with the Human Resource Development Ministry to be further passed on to the states.

The framework includes digital strategies to deal with the menace and suggests that appropriate government must develop a suitable online mechanism using digital technology and artificial intelligence.

This online system shall be accessed by the administrator at state level, and district fee regulato…

No Student Can Be Failed Upto Class VIII For ‘Any Reason Whatsoever It May’: Chhattisgarh HC.

No Student Can Be Failed Upto Class VIII For ‘Any Reason Whatsoever It May’: Chhattisgarh HC...

Read more at: http://www.livelaw.in/no-student-can-be-failed-upto-class-viii-for-any-reason-whatsoever-it-may-chhattisgarh-hc-read-order/

Blow to primary education of tribes

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KERALA Blow to primary education of tribesGiji K. RamanIDUKKI,JULY 14, 2018 18:37 IST UPDATED: JULY 15, 2018 00:10 IST Govt move to close down Multi-Grade Learning Centres in tribal areas including Edamalakkudy The government’s move to close down Multi-Grade Learning Centres (MGLCs) or single-teacher schools will deal a blow to the people living in remote tribal areas, especially in Edamalakkudy where settlements are scattered in a wide forest area. The MGLCs are run by a single teacher where students of different age groups learn the basic lessons under one roof. It is the only hope for many to get primary education in Edamalakkudy where only one primary school functions, at Societykudy. Set up under DPEP The MGLCs were set up in 1997 under the District Primary Education Project (DPEP) to provide universal education in backward and remote areas. However, after the enactment of the Right to Education Act, 2012, the State government announced the conversion of the MGLCs into primary scho…