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Contractual teachers at several Kendriya Vidyalayas not paid for months: Report

Over 22,000 contractual teachers working across KVs in India. While the salaries of the regular teachers are paid by the government, the contractual teacher depends upon the respective regional bodies.

KV schools vacate 'unsafe' part of building, classes timing rescheduled over shared space

A total of 21 Kendriya Vidyalaya buildings across the country have been found partially or fully unsafe in an audit by the HRD. The maximum of these decades-old buildings are in Maharashtra (8), followed by Assam (3).

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HRD Minister launches 'one student, one tree' campaign, aims to plant million saplings in KVs

Launching the initiative, Pokhriyal said in a tweet, "we aim to plant one million trees in KV schools across the county." The initiative is aimed at KV school students only.

Supreme Court refers plea against Sanskrit prayers in Kendriya Vidyalayas to larger bench

The bench observed that the matter deserves to be looked into preferably by a Constitution bench of five judges and directed that it be placed before the Chief Justice of India to be allotted to an appropriate bench.

Government-run bodies still to pay dues worth Rs 60 cr for setup of Kendriya Vidyalayas

A report tabled in Parliament Tuesday has pointed out that as on March 31, 2016 an amount of Rs 59.67 crore was due for 81 such schools

13 KVs in seven states, one Navodaya Vidyalaya in Madhya Pradesh

The 13 KVs will be establised in -- Banda (Uttar Pradesh), Washim (Maharashtra), Chakpikarong (Manipur), Parbham (Maharashtra), Nawada (Bihar), Mirjapur (Uttar Pradesh), Bhadohi (Uttar Pradesh), Palamau (Jharkhand), Siddipet (Telangana), Kudamalakunte, (Karnataka), CISF Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), Devkund (Bihar) and Baoli (Uttar Pradesh)

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No guidelines issued to Kendriya Vidyalayas about morning prayers: HRD Ministry

The minister also maintained that the Supreme Court has not asked for any clarification in this regard from the HRD Ministry.

Govt to set up more Kendriya Vidyalayas: Irani

The HRD Ministry is trying to get additional budgetary allocation in the next fiscal so that more Kendriya Vidyalayas can be set up

Former Congress MP says UPA missed chance to push Sanskrit

The event was organised by Sanskrit Shikshak Sangh and other Sanskrit promotion organisations.

KVs asked to revive Sanskrit as optional subject at Plus Two level

According to senior government sources, this is not a shift at the policy level since on paper KVs were always offering Sanskrit in Classes XI and XII.

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