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Unmoved, Maharashtra govt releases timetable to close down over 1,300 schools -Alifiya Khan

-The Indian Express Issued by education department, it lists various tasks to be carried out for closure Pune: A day after the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) sent a notice to the Maharashtra government over its plans to close 1,314 schools in the state, a defiant education department remained firm on its decision. While state Education Minister Vinod Tawde issued a statement, saying he would defend the state’s stand before the NHRC, the...

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Delhi's shiny happy sarkari schools -P Anima

-The Hindu Business Line After decades of neglect, Delhi’s government schools are finally turning the page with much-needed improvements to facilities and teaching methods. But problems such as staff shortage and a broken primary education system refuse to go away easily Delhi’s bustling IP Extension has a familiar skyline — a linear arrangement of ageing residential complexes. A gleaming new building in their midst catches the eye. Until recently, the Rajkiya Sarvodaya...

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Uncertainty over test for school teachers -Basant Kumar Mohanty

-The Telegraph New Delhi: Tens of thousands of would-be schoolteachers have been left in the lurch with the Central Teacher Eligibility Test, usually held twice a year, not being conducted at all this year because of a pending guidelines revision. Although the states too hold their own Teacher Eligibility Tests, it's the central test alone that facilitates the selection of elementary teachers at central schools such as the Kendriya and Navodaya Vidyalayas...

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Born in 1945, enrolled in Class II: How private schools siphoned off Rs 600 crore in Madhya Pradesh -Hemender Sharma

-India Today Private schools in Madhya Pradesh have siphoned off about Rs 600 crore under Right to Education since 2011 by providing fake data of students enrolled under the programme. Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): A man, who was born two years before Independence, has been shown as a student of class-II in Madhya Pradesh's Barwani. He is enrolled in a private school as beneficiary from an under-privileged family entitled to get benefits under...

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Indicators that matter: On the quality of public healthcare -Soumitra Ghosh

-The Hindu Governments must be judged on the quality and extent of the public health care they provide The deaths of more than 70 children in one hospital in Gorakhpur and 49 in Farrukhabad, both in Uttar Pradesh recently, reflect the appalling state of public health in India. However, it needs to be remembered that India’s public health care sector has been ailing for decades. According to the latest Global Burden of...

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