A fresh study conducted by the Praja Foundation regarding the quality of education in public schools, reveals the government schools in abysmal condition when 45.08 per cent of students failed to even attend 10th grade in the 2015-16 academic session.
In order to provide proper education to the underprivileged street children, the Maharashtra government has planned to launch ‘signal schools’. There are plans to form a committee also which will suggest measures to tackle the issue. Representative Image RELATED STORIES
In order to bring the weak students on par with meritorious students, initiatives like ‘Prerna and Prayas’ have been taken and instructions have been issued to the teachers to conduct separate classes for weak students and pay more attention to
While the Sport Ministry send its proposal to the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, the HRD Ministry responded to Sport Ministry citing most of the schools falls under the jurisdiction of state government and it is for the later
Maruti Suzuki India and the government of Gujarat state together took an initiative called ‘All Gujarat Institute of Driving, Technical Training and Research (AGIDTTR)’. The objective of this public-private-partnership was to provide lucrative employment opportunities to the tribal youth through
On Thursday, the government announced that students studying in classes 5 and 8 may have to appear for annual examinations. “Under the CCE framework, schools and respective governments are free to conduct periodic examinations for children of all levels,” said
Thomas Huxley had rightly said, ”Science and Literature are not two things, but two sides of one thing.” The Ministry of Science and Technology is planning to grade and validate the books related to science by a team of experts,
In a bid to ease the burden of overcrowded classrooms in Delhi’s government schools, the education department has decided to proportionately allot students across the schools. “We are mapping schools for redistribution but a major overhaul cannot be done mid-session.
Taking a tough stand, Himachal Pradesh government ordered a Solan-based medical college to commence the admission process under 50 per cent government quota without delay. Earlier, the institute denied admissions to 150 MBBS aspirants. The government also directed the college