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Mar 30, 2019
'We've been reduced to a vote bank': Overworked and underpaid, Jharkhand's Shiksha Mitras fume as govt puts them on poll dutyThe Shiksha Mitras were appointed in Jharkhand as ad hoc teachers to combat the dearth of regular teachers in the rural areas and ensure that SSA achieves its target
Oct 09, 2018
In Bundelkhand's Khandeha village, one teacher for entire schoolThe students of Khandeha – all 155 of them – have one teacher who teaches them all the subjects.
Sep 20, 2018
India has 97% children enrolled in school, but teaching them basic skills is the next challenge: ReportIn 2000, when the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan was launched in India, almost one in five children, was not enrolled in primary school.
Jun 23, 2018
Governor’s Rule in Jammu and Kashmir: For many, NN Vohra taking over reins of administration is reason to rejoiceJammu and Kashmir governor NN Vohra has a difficult job to do. But for a change, he seems to have the people on his side.
Oct 04, 2017
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan: Delhi Assembly passes bill to regularise 15,000 guest teachersThe Delhi Assembly on Wednesday passed a Bill to make about 15,000 guest teachers in government schools in the national capital permanent.
Aug 04, 2017
Over 37 percent schools in India didn't have electricity till March 2017: HRD ministry informs RSAccording to the latest statistics from Ministry of Human Resource Development, over 30 percent schools in the country do not have electricity connection
Apr 17, 2017
Parents opt for private schools as enrolment in govt-run institutions falls by 13 million over past 5 yearsBetween 2010-11 and 2015-16, student enrolment in government schools across 20 Indian states fell by 13 million, while private schools acquired 17.5 million new students.
Apr 06, 2017
Overcoming disability: How children with special needs found their place in Mumbai’s classroomsThe number of Indian children with special needs who are out of school is 594,000 (28.2 percent), compared to 6 million children or 2.9 percent of all children who are out of school.
Mar 06, 2017
Mandatory Aadhaar for welfare is fine but govt should address privacy, connectivity issues firstThe Aadhaar project has its uses, certainly, but it is time for some stock-taking of its implementation, including concerns about its creep
Nov 27, 2016
Kashmir: Literacy without learning a 'ticking time-bomb', says education min Naeem AkhtarBut Jammu and Kashmir’s education minister Naeem Akhtar was in a feisty mood on Friday evening.