Written by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Published:August 17, 2017 4:51 am According to the government, this change has been made after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) allowed Class IX in the patrachar (private) mode. With A large number of private candidates — who were under Vishwas group in Delhi government schools — having failed the Class X boards this year, the group has now been created for Class IX. Under the “Chunauti” scheme — a project to improve learning levels in...
Written by Shradha Chettri | Bareilly | Published:August 11, 2017 3:59 am The teen at her in-laws’ house in Bareilly district. Amit Mehra It has now been a month that the 18-year-old has been married. To fellow residents of a village in Bareilly, she has been married to the man who had been accused of raping her. To the bride herself, she has finally been united with the man she loves. The teen, who also has a nine-month-old son, is now living happily in her in-laws’ house. Her nikah was...
Written by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Updated: August 8, 2017 4:28 am The Indian Express has learnt that of the 864 sanctioned posts of post graduate teacher (PGT), 636 are vacant. Even as the Delhi government talks about creating a sports university in the city, the number of physical education teachers at Delhi government schools is woefully short. The Indian Express has learnt that of the 864 sanctioned posts of post graduate teacher (PGT), 636 are vacant. These teachers are supposed to...
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