Dean of Colleges Devesh Sinha said, “I met Manish Sisodia a week ago. He asked for more names and we will be sending the list soon. The Election Commission had unanimously rejected the earlier panel, so we sent a list of 157 names to the government.”
An education department official said they have been forced to come up with the circular after receiving complaints from teachers and other staff that complaints in writing are not being accepted by some principals.
In February, the Delhi government had issued advertisement for filling vacant posts in the existing CWC. In April and May, meetings were held for the state-level selection committee to recommend eligible candidates for the same.
In Delhi government schools, principals are appointed either through promotion or direct recruitment through the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Vice-principals are usually promoted as heads of schools.
Addressing a media conference organised by Anujman-e-Haideri, a society of Dargah Shah-e-Mardan in Delhi’s Jor Bagh. AIMPLB’s Mufti Aijaz Arshad Quasmi said, “We should also get our right — the masjid needs to be built. We have no problem if they want to construct a temple nearby.”
The handle used a photo of Kawalpreet Kaur in front of Delhi’s Jama Masjid, holding a placard that had been morphed to read: “I am an Indian but I hate India, because India is a colonial entity that has occupied nations such as Nagas, Kashmiris, Manipuris, Hyderabad, Junagadh, Sikkim, Mizoram, Goa.”
“As a short-term measure, we are hiring retired teachers for two-three months. They will be paid on a per lecture basis. Candidates can be within the age of 60-70 years,” Atishi Marlena, advisor to Education Minister Manish Sisodia, said
“His friends and teachers told me that he mostly played with children his age. So there is no chance that he might have known the Class XI boy. He never complained at home about being harassed,” Sushma said.
While Madina Masjid at Kathputli colony was razed within 15 minutes, a building on its side stood tall, prompting residents to ask why the mosque could not be demolished last — once all of them had been moved out.
“This kind of rating is being developed to enable parents to make informed choices about schools they would pick for their children. The entire idea is not to rank schools as first or second, but it could be in the form of grades with the intent to help parents."
“After the murder, Nepali people working in the city had contributed and given the family Rs 1 lakh. Nine years have passed. Since then, nothing has changed for them. His mother’s condition is poor,” said a member of the Mool Pravah Akhil Bharat Nepal Ekta Samaj.