The government resolution (GR) that was issued by the home department last week offers hawking licences plus Rs 1 lakh or Rs 3 lakh in compensation should they choose to not opt for the licence.
Following a news report in The Indian Express, the TMC has issued notices, to the schools to stop collecting fee from 2017-18.
Maharashtra has joined hands with National Yuva Co-operative Society (NYCS) to set up centres to provide skill development courses to interested students.
The matter came to light when an advocate, Shakeel Ahmed, approached the Court Naka municipal school in Thane for the admission of his son. Ahmed found out that the school charges a fees of Rs 1850 per year from students. While TMC officials call it a nominal fee, activist say that the civic body cannot charge a single rupee from the students.
Alleging violation of Right to Education (RTE) Act 2009, an educational rights group has threatened to move court against the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) after seven English-medium schools under the civic body were allegedly found charging fees.
Ex-MP, Muslim bodies seek President’s intervention to ensure perpetrators of violence are brought to book
Islamic International School was on the verge of shutdown when it was taken over by Samajwadi Party MLA Abu Asim Azmi’s Niyaz Welfare Trust
Bengaluru turned out to be the highest perpetrator with 70 per cent elders experiencing abuse and mistreatment in public places, followed by Hyderabad (60 per cent), Guwahati (59 per cent) Kolkata (52 percent), Chennai (49 per cent) and Mumbai (33 per cent)
CM has announced that a police commissioner’s office will soon come up in the region along with an independent tehsil office
Many aspirants belonging to NT and ST communities complained that they could not apply for the posts announced at the last minute while those who applied did not get relaxation of age as stipulated.
Maharashtra SSC result 2017: The family plans a small celebration at their 8X12 feet home located in a dingy corner of a chawl in Babu Jagjeevan Ram Nagar at Mulund west.
Visually impaired girl fights all odds to score 90.8%. Priti’s score was not less than an achievement for her hospitalised mother, who had ferried her to and fro Khar and her school everyday. On Tuesday, her mother was undergoing a follow-up surgery for an injury suffered in a road accident two years ago.
While the matter came to light in March in the Legislative Council after a calling attention motion was raised by MLC Amarsinh Pandit and others, the state departments of labour and state excise appointed a 16-member committee on Saturday, aiming to amend the Maharashtra Shops and Establishments Act, 1948.
The state government, in May 2012, banned recruitment of teachers in primary, secondary and higher secondary schools till the excess teachers were absorbed in service. Despite this, 7,228 teachers were recruited between 2013-2016.
NCP legislator Amarsinh Pandit and other legislators in the Upper House had raised an attention motion and said that many liquor shops, permit rooms, beer bars and beedi brands have such names.
The study groups, comprising four members each, will conduct a detailed study on the delays and other hurdles faced by these two departments in implementing these schemes.
On Tuesday, the state cabinet passed a decision that only those who clear an online screening and aptitude test will be hired by schools as teachers.
Currently, students who are unable to continue schooling have to drop out while those who fail in exams can appear for their board exam only as private candidates.
Teachers will be hired based on their scores in a specials aptitude and entrance test that will be conducted online by the state school education department.
“We have come walking all the way from Pune. During the nine-day-long march, none of the ministers of this government visited us. We are no criminals. We walked for the cause of farmers," said Raju Shetti.
“Taxation of sanitary napkins which is a basic necessity, denies its access to many. It will make sanitary napkins unaffordable for millions of poor Indian women, and the health is jeopardised” Wagh said.
Shetti warns of ‘blood’ if officials try to acquire farmers’ land without consent for Samruddhi project
According to Maloji Ashtekar, Marathi-speaking people demanding their rights is what the Karnataka government has termed as “anti-government”.
Education minister Vinod Tawde will take a final call in the matter following a meeting with student leaders and university officials by May 30.
The survey said that around 84 per cent, that is at least 8 out of every 10 teenagers, in Mumbai shop online.
The app will be launched on July 15 this year on the occasion of Skills Day.
Days after Karnataka minister R Roshan Baig sparked a row with his statement against chanting of the “Jai Maharashtra” slogan in the southern state, Maharashtra Revenue Minister Chandrakant Patil on Tuesday wrote to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, threatening legal action. Baig, Karnataka’s urban development minister, had allegedly said in Belgaum on Sunday that if elected […]
Draws up plans for honey collection, solar charkhas, pottery industry
As of now, the state government’s statistic for the 2017-18 academic year says 92,19,397 students are to be covered in 86,707 schools.
The profit margins for Lokare and Satpute’s workshop have shrunk from 40 per cent and 35 per cent a month to just 10-15 per cent, the two claim.
Sourav Ghosh posts apology for saying some ‘silly things’, MNS wants FIR filed.
As part of the session, several women who had been given arbitrary oral triple talaq shared their opinions on the practice.
Laxmi Vasant Bhilare (75), who has been a housewife for over five decades now, looks after the books stacked in her premises in the village.
Representatives of the community reiterated their demand that the city’s 38 koliwadas be mapped and demarcated as CRZ III at the earliest
Failing to attract students, more Marathi-medium schools in the state are facing the inevitable conclusion — a shut down.
The protesters had also demanded that the government publish a white paper on the state of these schools.