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SC Students To Get Up To Rs 1.5 Lakh Aid For Coaching Classes Under Delhi Government’s Scheme

Students whose total family income is not more than Rs 6 lakh per annum are eligible for coaching under the scheme.

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No CBSE Fee For Delhi Government School Students: Manish Sisodia

All the Delhi government schools are using the Central Board of Secondary Education as board of education.

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Delhi Govt Wants To Do Away With Two Shifts In Schools

Currently, the Delhi government operates 1,027 schools from 700-odd buildings across the city in double shifts — one school operates in the morning shift and another, usually a boys' school, in the evening.

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Government Has To Invest More And More In The Education Sector: Manish Sisodia

In an extensive chat with BW Education’s Prerna Lamba, Sisodia outlines the policy initiatives of his government, what the reforms mean to him and his government.

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Delhi Govt To Challenge High Court Order Allowing Schools To Hike Fees Without Permission

Delhi government has decided to challenge the High Court order setting aside a rule which barred private schools built on public land to hike fees without seeking prior permission, a senior official said Monday.

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Cabinet Approves Setting Up Of 50 New Kendriya Vidyalayas

"The union cabinet today approved setting up of 50 new #KendriyaVidyalaya under Civil/Defence sector in different states of the country. This is the great decision . Nearly 1 lakh student will be benefited. This will also create more employment opportunity," Javadekar said.

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Focus On Anganwadis As Delhi Govt Plans Pre-Primary Push

Three agencies provide early childhood education in the city — pre-primary classes in government schools cater to 28,000 children.

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Delhi Government Ready To Take Over MCD Schools On Providing Adequate Funds: High Court

The responsibility of providing primary education lies with the local bodies, that is, municipal corporations of Delhi and the DoE provides education to children of classes VI onwards, the affidavit said.

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Education The Biggest Gainer In Delhi Budget: New Schemes, Courses Announced, Details Here

“Education was, is and will always be our top priority. Keeping people illiterate has been a strategy of political parties as of now. But, our government wants to change the face of politics by brining education in the mainstream,” Manish Sisodia said.

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Delhi Government Allocates Over Rs. 15,000 Crore To Education, 2 New Universities Proposed

"The education sector has the highest share of 26 per cent of the total budget allocation in 2019-20," Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said in his Budget speech.

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