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Appointment of SSA, RMSA staff: Protesting teachers in Jalandhar to take 1-hour extra classes

Around 8,800 SSA and RMSA teachers have been protesting for the past three weeks across Punjab, with many of them sitting on fast unto death in Patiala.

Appoint 819 teachers or transfer salary, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan teachers tells V P Singh Badnore

“After sending two mails to the administrator on September 23 and 27, no action was taken. So, I have again sent an SOS mail to the administrator to give appointment to the teachers or solve the problem. Or else we are left with no option but to march to Raj Bhawan,” Arvind Rana, president, SSATWA

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Political budget, not for common man, says Tharoor

“Only Rs 30 per person has been collected as against the promise of Rs 15 lakh for each bank account holders.”

Out-of-school children: SSA figure exceeds Maharashtra data

While the state govt survey found nearly 81,000 out-of-school children, national survey says state has nearly 1.45 lakh such children.

SSA body demands fair probe

The members of the association mentioned about various orders which said that teachers should not be given charge of handling school funds, SSA and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan.

At SSA training centres, no benches for students, often no shelter

There are no dedicated rooms for teaching and children are made to sit in open areas sometimes, and the boundary walls of schools are used as blackboard.

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PM Modi wants aptitude test for students

SSA, a flagship programme under the HRD Ministry, aims to achieve universalisation of elementary education in a time-bound manner.

No more economic bandaids

There are expectations of bold reform that will shift India to a high-growth trajectory. But better implementation of socialist policies or mere announcements of projects will not deliver results. The reforms that matter are deeper institutional changes — we need high-performance government organisations, necessary in a mature market economy. Such reforms would threaten discretionary power, laziness […]

Secys rue lack of jobs, poor education after rural visits

Submit reports to the PMO after visiting the districts from where they had started their Indian Administrative Service careers.

Where school means 8 hours of holding back from going to toilet

The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, launched in 2000-01, and the central sanitation policy that was christened NBA in 2010, stipulate separate toilets for girls in school.

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