Was hearing case of minors rape in a school bus,mid-day meal issue
493 children were taken ill after they consumed cup cakes provided by the school.
As many as 493 children were taken ill Monday after they consumed cupcakes provided by the school as mid-day meal.
The states school education department has been sitting on the revised guidelines on the mid-day meal scheme.
The school,BMC,agency and school education dept blame each other.
Total of 654 kids were served the cake,two of them are in Dhanvantari Hospital's intensive unit.
Children consumed a cake served to then after which they started complaining of uneasiness.
Principals of schools across the state have threatened a shutdown in protest against the states school education departments decision to make them solely responsible for safety of students taking school buses.
Parents of students at Gokuldham High School and Junior College,Goregaon,have alleged that the school management has hiked fees by taking their written consent fraudulently.
On Wednesday,over 100 Yuva Sena activists barged into the principals office to demand an apology for her comments on Aditya.
New govt resolution makes principal responsible for safe transportation
According to Choudhary,the additional amount is deposited to another account of the trust,instead of the colleges official account.
The project was announced by PM Manmohan Singh in 2005 to mark the 75th anniversary of the historic march.
We appraised the governor of this injustice done to us and has assured us that he will look into the matter.
From wrong hall tickets,incorrect timetables to last-minute changes in seating arrangement,goof-ups during exams
have become an annual nightmare for students of Mumbai University.
The dean of commerce faculty,Dr Madhu Nair,has also written to university authorities on the issue.
The attendance of the students was recorded below 75 per cent in the current academic year.
The BMC claimed that the institute did not get two unauthorised floors demolished despite notices.
College had barred them citing low attendance.
While the report was submitted in July 2012,the state issued a circular only in June 2013,inviting suggestions and objections from stakeholders.