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Updated List of Top 10 International Schools in India
When it comes to selection of schools, not only education, but the school infrastructure, extra-curricular activities and various other parameters are taken into account. Parents are concerned about the overall grooming of their children. However, good number of schools have come up in recent years. It has become difficult to evaluate the best school for a kid. To ease parents in finding all-roun...

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KV-IIT is Best Govt. School in India- Survey
Government schools many times make news for the lack of facilities, but, a recent survey conducted for government schools in 12 cities and few states has listed Chennai's Kendriya Vidyalaya- IIT-Madras campus at the first place. Ten other schools from Tamil Nadu have fared in the top 10 of the various categories. In the survey conducted in Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Mumbai, Ka...

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Govt. to Recruit 6,000 Teachers to fill Vacancies in Schools
To overcome the problem of shortage of teachers in the government schools in the national capital, Delhi government has hired more than 6,000 guest teachers and 10,000 more are expected to join soon, a senior official said here on Sunday. "Several initiatives are being taken to fill the gap of shortage of government teachers in capital as the focus is to provide quality education in government sc...

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Around 3,540 Anganwadis to Turn into Play Schools
The Telangana state government has plans to convert anganwadi centres in village and towns into play schools, under the KG to PG free education scheme. Further, kinder garten sections (LKG and UKG) in English medium will be introduced in the government schools.  The officials are working out on modialities to convert anganwadi centres into play schools. For this, the anganwadi centres will b...

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England's Most Challenging Schools Want Leaders-Apply Now
A network of 100 "talented leaders" will be sent into England's most challenging schools over the next two years, the government has announced.The scheme aims to recruit "the nation's best and brightest" heads and aspiring heads with a track record of transforming tough schools.It will focus on poor coastal and rural areas and the cities that often struggle to recruit head teachers.Strong heads "...

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5000 Scientists to teach in Schools and Colleges in India
The government has decided to make it mandatory for over 5,000 scientists, working in different central agencies including the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), to undertake 12 hours of lecture classes in an academic year in public-funded schools and colleges across the country.Announcing the decision, Union science and technology minister Jitendra Singh said it would be "man...

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PM Narendra Modi to Interact With Students on Teacher's Day
States across India are trying their best to organize student-Prime Minister interaction. The school are making preparation to help children listen to and interact with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on teacher's day. It is for the first time that the country's PM will have directly reach out to students.States like Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, Jharkhand and An...

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No Science Labs in Tamil Nadu Schools- Survey
Around 62% of schools in the state do not have science laboratories, putting students at a disadvantage when it comes to practical lessons.For the Class 10 and 12 board exams, practical sessions for science subjects are marked separately and without labs, students will be hard put to do well in these tests. The Class 11 district common examination also has practical examinations for science subje...

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Top CBSE Schools 2014
It's Chennai on top with three of its schools scoring the highest average aggregate in Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII exams in 2014. Following Chennai's three DAVs is the Heritage School of Gurgaon in fourth position.Analysis of the results showed there are eight schools in India whose average aggregate is 90% and above (English and best four subjects). State-wise too, Tami...

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UGC Instructs to Ban Animal Dissection in College
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has directed all the universities and colleges to stop dissection and experimentation on animals for training purposes for zoology and life sciences at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This step has been taken as an approach towards animal welfare and to prevent disruption of biodiversity. According to UGC, ban on animal dissection will maintain ecolog...

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