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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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Is Science Boring in the School? Scientist CNR Rao Spoke
Science taught in schools and colleges in India is "outdated", "most boring" and is no longer the one practiced in advanced laboratories, senior scientist and Bharat Ratna recipient CNR Rao."Science we teach in schools and colleges is no longer the science we actually do in advanced laboratories. What we teach is most boring. The science which is taught is completely outdated. The chemistry we te...

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CBSE HDFC School in Gurgaon- Launching Soon
India's leading housing finance company, HDFC, is planning to make its mark in education sector. HDFC has launched its first English medium school under the shade of CBSE in Gurgaon. The city is a growing financial and industrial place in Delhi-NCR.The HDFC School is situated in Sector 57 and is the first of the many to be launched by the housing finance major's wholly-owned subsidiary HDFC Educa...

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Rotary Clubs Starts 'Happy School' Project
The Rotary Club in Visakhapatnam ha, launched a state wide event ‘India Literacy Mission' in which books and education will be provided to the studentts in rural areas. The Club will collect books from Rotarians and others and will distribute them to children in the country. The state will participate in the India Literacy Mission by donating old books to the Rotary Club to make the state...

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Andhra Pradesh Starts School Admission Programme
Deputy Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Chinarajappa has launched a state-wide week-long special progamme to increase enrollment in schools. Named as 'Badi Pilustuni' (call from the school) the programme was commenced on 25 July and will wind up on 2 August. The main aim of the programme is to increase enrollment in schools for children in 6 to 14 age group and reduce dropout rate in the State...

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Fees Structure in CBSE Affiliated Schools
Education, these days, has become quite expensive. Most schools has been report to prohibit the Supreme Court order and consider education for commercialisation. Private schools are seen charging exorbitant fees during admission period, thereby creating a tensed environment for middle class families.The wish to educate childern with quality education appears to be affecting the daily bread and bu...

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More Number of CBSE Schools in Gujarat
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), lately, has received more than 100 applications regarding the launch English-medium schools in Gujarat. Whereas, mere 20 school managements have gone to the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) asking for establishing secondary schools teaching in English medium and around 50 for higher secondary English-medium schools.Th...

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