Education

CID to investigate missing TET question papers case

Recently, the question papers for the West Bengal Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) went missing while being transported to Serampore. Now, CID has taken over the probe, and it will look into the case of the missing TET question papers. As told by a highly-placed source in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), the driver and the helper of the bus, from ... Read More »

Brother-sister duo from Kota crack AIPMT

A 19-year-old girl and her teenaged brother, whose father was a farmer, have cracked the All India Pre-Medical Test. The AIPMT re-examination was conducted on July 25 and the results were declared on August 17. While Alka secured an all India rank of 432, her 18-year-old brother Pradeep stood third in the Scheduled Caste category in the test. Their father, ... Read More »

Mid Day Meal to be a ‘model scheme’ under Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana

                    The Centre, in an effort to make the Mid Day Meal programme a ‘model scheme’ in villages covered under Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY), has asked states to plug loopholes in its execution and adopt best practices that can be emulated by other schools. Taking into account its critical importance ... Read More »

Jawaharlal Nehru University goes paperless, adopts ‘e-governance’

  Jawaharlal Nehru University has undertaken an initiative to incorporate entirely paperless operations. Now, any file which lands up at JNU Vice Chancellor’s desk for his approval will be greeted with a stamp which says “kindly send through e-office system”, a move aimed at ensuring paperless administration. In a bid to make all its operations paperless, the varsity has computerised ... Read More »

Max. student failed in early secondary school

Understudies who leave grade school sharp and certain to realize very frequently slow down when they begin auxiliary, England’s schools inspectorate says. It urges head educators to make this period of educating, known as Key Stage 3, even more a need. Schools concentrate on GCSE and A-level years as a result of their significance, heads say. The Association of School ... Read More »

Birmingham mosque teachers was jailed for an Koran boy beating

Mohammed Siddique, 60, and his child Mohammed Waqar, 24, conceded wilful savagery to a youngster under 16. The four assaults occurred at the Jamia Mosque in Sparkbrook, Birmingham, in the middle of May and June 2014, Birmingham Crown Court listened. The pair, from the Tyseley region of the city, additionally confront an educating boycott. Sam Forsyth, arraigning, said the casualty ... Read More »