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‘Padho Punjab’ test starts amid protests by contractual teachers

Tension prevailed at government primary school in Burj Sidhwan village of Malout in Muktsar after a teacher alleged that he was slapped by the DEO and police reached the spot.

Punjab: Protesting teachers allege punishment transfers

The Education Department, meanwhile, has claimed that out of 8800 protesting teachers, around 50 per cent have already opted for regularisation.

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SSA, RMSA teachers’ stir: 10 union leaders transferred, villagers lock schools in Mansa

The 9,000 SSA/ RMSA teachers had been appointed over 10 years ago and after annual appraisals, their salary had reached Rs 42,800, though they were not on government rolls.

Punjab: ‘Salaries slashed by 65%, will fast unto death’

The teachers under the banner of Sanjha Adhyapak Morcha burnt effigies of government across the state Wednesday.

Students can now get information on higher education online

Currently, information of 400 professional colleges is up on the portal.

Teachers to visit villages,claim will spread awareness on SAD-BJP’s ‘unfulfilled promises’

More than 14,000 teachers under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA),Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan (RMSA) and centrally sponsored scheme (CSS) are set to move to villages across Punjab on June 15 to “educate” villagers about the alleged unfulfilled promises made by SAD-BJP government.

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Special Olympics come to an end

Under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan category,Sangrur district was declared the winner.

VMC councillor stumps seniors; takes Anandiben on an unscheduled visit

The original structure had a small room and a washroom,which could only accommodate 25 children.

Teachers protest,seek regularisation

Hundreds of teachers appointed under the schemes of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyaan gathered in the city on Sunday and raised slogans against the state government.

Only 62 special educators for capital’s 18,000 special children

It has been four months since she went to school.

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