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Over 36% Schools In India Without Electricity: HRD Minister

"As per Unified District Information System for Education (UDISE) report, 2017-18, 63.14 per cent schools have power supply," he said. According to the report, Assam has least number of schools with electricity at 24.28 per cent, followed by Meghalaya at 26.34 per cent.

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Chhattisgarh Schools Re-Opened: Students From Classes 8 To 12 Will Study For Free

Students of classes 8 to 12 in Chhattisgarh private and govt schools will be able to study free of cost from Monday. This will encourage more students to study and will prevent them from dropping out.

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Manish Sisodia Aims To Have Not More Than 60 Kids In A Class

Manish Sisodia claimed the increase in the number of classrooms has improved the student classroom ratio from 62:1 in 2015 to 46:1 currently, and will improve further to 33:1 by June.

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4,000 Schools May Be Reopened In Rajasthan

With the merging of the schools, the new schools were nearly 5 km to 20 km away for the student.

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Preparing Students For The Unknown Is The Best Answer Today - Dr. Neeru Madhuri Parti

Students today are educated in different ways as schools prepare them for the unknown. Highlighting important elements of administration, the BW Education Leadership Summit 2019 hosted a panel discussion to elaborate further on the topic.

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SC Slaps Fines On 5 States And Delhi For Not Taking Mid-Day Meal Scheme Seriously

Amidst allegations of disappearing foodgrain and lack in data submission, the Supreme Court has slapped a fine on 5 states and the national capital for not ensuring the proper implementation of the mid-day meal scheme.

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Principals From India Attended Educational Workshop at Trinity Hall Cambridge, United Kingdom

Silverzone Foundation organized a Workshop Come Training Programme on Modern Education and Techniques at Trinity Hall Cambridge, United Kingdom

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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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Rs 1 Lakh Relief To Child Who Failed CBSE Class X Over A Delhi School Negligence

An inquiry committee found that the student’s class teacher had accidentally marked him absent while uploading students’ marks on the CBSE portal.

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