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No Staff To Work Without At Least One Covid-19 Vaccine Shot: Delhi To Private Schools

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According to a senior DoE official, the Directorate of Education has instructed all private schools to guarantee that all teachers and school personnel, including transportation staff, who have not yet gotten their vaccinations get vaccinated by October 15.

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KIIT World School Teachers Felicitated By Delhi Govt.

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This year state teacher award honours the work done during the trying Covid-19 pandemic when schools and teachers suddenly found themselves confronting new realities and the need to adapt to the circumstances.

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Inkclick Launched In Collaboration With Delhi Government’s Skill Development Council

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The platform is exclusively meant for students from 6 years and above and is designed to enhance the students’ knowledge to help them carve a path in their professional journey.

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'Chunauti' Education Scheme Based On Abhijit Banerjee's Work: Arvind Kejriwal

Nobel Prize winner Indian-American Abhijit Banerjee was the inspiration behind the Delhi government's education reform scheme 'Chunauti' to put a check on dropout rate of the students, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said.

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Delhi To Have First Sports Varsity Of India: Arvind Kejriwal

The main aim of Sports University would be to groom the students who would excel in various sports in school, the government said.

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Manish Sisodia Inaugurates Mega Book Fair For Delhi Government Schools

Inaugurated at the School of Excellence, Rohini, the book fair which offers books for pre-primary, primary to senior secondary levels, will end on October 11.

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CBSE Class 10, 12 Exam Fee For 3.14 Lakh Students To Be Paid By Delhi Government

The cabinet took this decision in its meeting chaired by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The scope and coverage of this decision is to give complete subsidy to the students towards CBSE Board exam fees.

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Delhi Government To Provide Coaching To IAS Aspirants In Urdu

The Delhi government is likely to provide coaching to IAS aspirants in Urdu, taking steps towards making the language a means to build a career, an official statement said.

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Delhi To Have Its Own Next-Gen Board Which Will Not Be Replica Of CBSE: Sisodia

The Delhi government envisions the board to be the answer to the current situation where students prepare for board examinations with the help of schools but have to take the help of coaching centres to clear their engineering and medical entrance exams, said Manish Sisodia.

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AAP Government Extends Free JEE, NEET Coaching To All Need-Based Students

The 'Jai Bhim Mukhyamantri Pratibha Vikas Yojana' earlier covered only reserved category candidates. The Delhi government bears all expenses, up to Rs 50,000 per student for exams including UPSC, SSC, Bank and railway recruitment as well.

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