Students too are hard-pressed for money, having spent savings on protests.
Through a circular issued on August 20, the directorate of primary education’s office has asked all education officers in the state to make a complete report on number of vacancies.
The meet will have an attendance of over 70 vice chancellors from the country, experts from the field of education, officials from MHRD and delegates from foreign universities.
A review of all the schools registered for online admissions will be taken to check the number of seats allotted under the quota, said Mane.
He added, “There were as many as 3,500 students from Classes 6 to 8 in all the 43 schools.”
For tackling the out-of-school children problem, Bhapkar has come up with the unique application of the toll free number.
As part of the survey, all the primary school students from Class 2 to 8 will be required to appear for a test that will also be applicable to schools under other boards.
The women and child development ministry and the Central Board of Secondary Education have endorsed the movie. The movie would be telecast soon, said ministry officials
The family was torn apart after the tragedy 16 months ago.
At least 32 persons who joined in 2013 as education officers in the state had submitted false documents to get the job, said the complaint.
This means, almost 38 per cent of the seats in the state will remain vacant even this year.
The inspection was carried out for the period between May 1, 2012, and November 30, 2014.
Chandekars aid he was disturbed and felt threatened to even enter the institute after being gheroed by the students on Monday.
UGC has asked universities to avoid “elements” in the syllabus which may “advance the agenda of terrorism” to telling them to use “handloom fabric” for ceremonial dresses in their new notification.
Students’ body to protest outside Parliament.
There are a total of about 1,64,000 seats for various engineering courses in the state.
The current director, D J Narain, was appointed in 2011 for a three-year term and later given a one-year extension, which ends on July 18.
Standing up against her parents, villagers, 16-year-old chooses to go back to school to pursue her study.
What is worse is that even after a five-year long court case, which Nandan won, Ghaisas is yet to pay him his dues.
Newsline reporter zooms in on FTII campus through a wide lens.
The college had discontinued the course after students started to feel they had ‘similar symptoms’.
Parents say they are being ‘humiliated’ by schools.
‘We have an admission committee and grievance redressal committee... Secondly, parents can come and speak with me directly, if they have a problem,’ said principal Ravindrasinh Pardeshi
Anagha Ghaisas, who has a strong RSS background and whose husband was a long-serving Sangh pracharak, has made documentary films supporting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and about Ayodhya.
While many colleges have a separate column for the third gender in the application forms, they lack facilities like toilets.
Students can check their results on www.mahresult.nic.in and www.maharashtraeducation.com .
Jadhav said that colleges who failed to develop their websites by Monday would face action.
There are around 80,000 children in the 703 planned children’s homes in the state.
Ten years after RTI Act came into being, applicants still face hurdles in getting information.
The college authorities believe that MSEDCL should repair the damaged cable, the power utility is citing rules and regulations to put the onus on the college.
Jenny talks about a former husband of 17 yrs, much of that time spent apart.
The protesters are also frustrated with the callous attitude of the women and child development ministry.
Country’s top auditor had slammed awarding contract for online admissions to class 11 to MKCL.
As government fails to build the canal system to take the water to the farmers.
There is a huge need for a proper grievance redressal mechanism to address the issue.
Lack of social security, exploitation at work and lack of government assistance are the main problems faced by female domestic workers in the city, the report stated.
The autobiography of KM Mathew, who turned Malayala Manorama from a stagnant newspaper to a formidable media house, is a local tale, the like of which we seldom come across in English.