Delhi Commissioner of Police S N Shrivastava tweeted: “Very happy to share that at least five successful Civil Services aspirants come from Delhi Police family. Heartiest congratulations to Vishakha d/o ASI Rajkumar (6 rank), Navneet d/o Inspector Mann (33), ACP Natisha (37), ACP Garima (459) and Constable Firoz (645).”
Two students of Richmondd Global School — one in class V and another in class VII — had filed a petition in the High Court against the school through their father, alleging they had not been allowed to attend online classes since April over non-payment of fees.
The OBEs for final-year students were scheduled to start on July 1, and were subsequently postponed to July 10. Now, they have been postponed to August 10. Normally, DU students are done with final exams in May.
Areeba was a student of Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, New Friends Colony. She said although her teachers took special care in helping her prepare, her most constant teaching supervisor is her elder sister Zoya.
The report, Household Social Consumption on Education in India, released last week mapped 1.13 lakh households during July 2017-June 2018 accounting for 1.52 lakh students. In Delhi, it mapped 1,317 households.
At a press conference Tuesday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal highlighted that government schools had registered a better pass percentage, at almost 98%, than private schools for the fifth year in a row.