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Delhi Government Limits Weight Of School Bags Till Class 10

The decision of the Delhi Directorate of Education follows Centre’s order and guidelines for capping the weight of school bags for classes 1-10.

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Delhi Government Schools Teachers To Go On Indefinite Strike From Nov 20 Demanding Safety, Security

The announcement of an indefinite strike comes two days after a government school teacher was assaulted with a metal rod by a student in Saket because the teacher reprimanded him over low attendance

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Learn Sanskrit For Life, Not For Exams: Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia

While urging students to try to implement its teachings in their lives, he said the aim of the government, through these programmes, "is not to make Sanskrit popular, but to make life beautiful with it".

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Delhi: Starting December, 5,800 Schools In City To Be Evaluated

The DCPCR has clarified that the exercise is not aimed towards penalizing schools for shortcomings but enabling them to attain best practices within each criterion. The final report is expected to be ready by May 2019

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Delhi Government Partners With British Council To Create More Learning Opportunities For Its Students And Teachers

The state govt signs this MoU to strengthen partnership in Education, English language learning, youth skilling and Art and culture.

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Delhi Government Launches CM's Urban Leaders Fellowship Programme

The deadline for submitting applications for the CMULF is November 4. Interested candidates can apply at cmulf.dtu.ac.in

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Child Rights Panel Calls For Probe In Delhi School Ceiling Collapse Case

The incident took place on September 7, when the false ceiling of a classroom collapsed at Bluebells International School. The child rights body had received a complaint from parents, raising safety concerns, following which the order was issued

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Modernizing Government Schools Of Delhi

After decades of negligence and staying a complex governance subject in India, education is that one sector in which the AAP government is trying hard to make a mark in Delhi. They are working hard so that the students of their state are not left behind, so they excel in life when they graduate from schools.

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Delhi Govt To Develop A Policy For School Dropouts

NGOs and Corporate Houses can submit their applications to the Education Department by 28th April

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Delhi Govt To Set Up 70 World-Class Skill Centres In 2 Years, Kejriwal

"The economy is wavering. It is passing through a challenging phase following demonetisation and implementation of the Goods and Services Tax. We will work for the creation of maximum job opportunities for the youth," Kejriwal

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