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‘Udaan’ proves a boon to Chittorgarh’s tribal girls

The girls in tribal district of Chittorgarh, who either dropped out of mainstream education or failed to enroll due to social taboos, can now gain admission to schools — thanks to ‘Udaan’ programme.’Shiksha Chopal’, under the same programme, meanwhile, is proving a boon to government schools, helping it upgrade infrastructure on the lines of private schools through the funds being collected from rural folks.The administration holds ‘Shiksha Chopal’ at gram panchayat, organising education fair and speeches of meritorious girls, so that rural folks get motivated towards the education and also enroll their wards. Till date, 100 such chopals, held at panchayats, have got a whopping Rs 8 crore through crowd funding.”At these chopals, we hold education fair and speeches of meritorious girls. Seeing how education can change life through these activities, the rural people have started donating funds which we use for upgrading infra of the government schools. Till date Rs 8 crore have been collected from the people, of which we have spent Rs 3.5 crore already,” said Chittorgarh district Collector Inderjeet Singh, who launched the programme here.”Those who have come forward to contribute are no less than heroes,” said the Collector. “For instance, an 85-year-old person, impressed with programmes held at Shiksha Chopal, contributed Rs 35,000 which he arranged after withdrawing an FD (fixed deposit) before maturity,” he said.Shiksha Chopal is part of Udaan programme, which is aimed at ensuring that all girls in the district are enrolled in school on the lines of the Centre’s Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme. This campaign aims at reducing dropout rates at upper primary and secondary levels, reinvigorating school management committees to enhance the girl child’s access to education. “Under the campaign, a door-to-door survey was conducted at the village level. We found nearly 25741 child, majorly girls, were out from school, out of which we got 22,448 (87%) enrolled,” said the Collector.CrowdfundingChittorgarh administr-ation has so far amassed Rs 8 crore by conducting chopals at panchayats. The money is contri-buted by the rural people after realising the benefits of education.

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Students to get modified Education policy

Rajasthan school education policy soon will be modified with practical recommendations which experienced by two school going students of Jhunjunu district. The decision was taken by the CM Vasundhara Raje when she got impressed by the suggestions given by the two students during ‘CM Jan Sanwad Program’ in Surajgarh, Jhunjunu on Wednesday.School students Ankit Kumawat and Abhishek Kumawat who came to attend the program at RS Barasiya TT school suddenly got an opportunity to have a dialogue with the CM on what they think of current school system.When they started unfolding their minds what innovations could be adopted and what improvements are needed in the school education, Raje got very much impressed by their thoughts. It was an unusual scene which surprised the locals and officials present on the occasion as well.Immediately, she directed officials that both ‘brilliant’ student will be invited to Shiksha Sankul building, where they will be given an opportunity to once again share their detail suggestions.The officers there will hear their suggestions and these will be adopted too in the school education, Raje assured to the teenage students. During the program, the CM disposed of grievances of the locals.She directed officials to hold camps in Surajgarh to issue leased deed (patta) in next fortnight and also instructed discom officials to provide electricity connection under ‘Deen Dayal Gram Jyoti’ scheme to the complaining farmers.Raje also announced to open an Army canteen in Buhana, where there are many numbers of army people residing in the area.For this, the Soldier Welfare officer has been instructed to draft a proposal within a week.Feedback of jal abhiyanDuring the visit, Raje came to know the feedback of ‘Mukyamantri Jal Swavlamban Abhiyaan’. Sarpanch Ranveer Nada told the CM that a cemented pool constructed under the campaign provided villagers drinking water and get rid the off contaminated water.
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2-day seminar to promote Sanskrit in Nov

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>In a bid to promote Sanskrit language in the education sector, the Bhartiya Bhasha Manch (BBM), an autonomous organisation, along with RSS-backed Bhartiya Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas, will organise a two-day seminar in the national Capital in November.Among the major issues to be raised during the seminar titled ‘Rashtriya Sanskrit Sammelan’, to be held on November 25 and 26, are increasing demand for foreign languages in schools as an option under the three-language formula and the decline in the enthusiasm about the Sanskrit language among the youth.”It’s alarming that the children and their parents these days choose foreign languages such as French and German, instead of Sanskrit, under the three-language formula. Through this event, we will create awareness about the language among common people and also submit a memorandum with the CBSE to promote Sanskrit in its schools,” said Bhartiya Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas’s Delhi coordinator Sanjay Swami.Under the National Education Policy, students in Hindi-speaking states should learn a modern Indian language — apart from Hindi and English — and in non-Hindi-speaking states, they should learn Hindi along with the regional language and English.Swami further said that the youth has a “very wrong” perception about the language. “We need to tell the young minds how NASA is conducting research in Sanskrit language, knowing the fact that it is the origin of most languages in the world,” he said.According to Vrashabh Prasad Jain, national coordinator of BBM, it is the first time that “valuable” inputs of common people are being collected for an “intellectual” event like this. “We are conducting a survey throughout the country, wherein we are asking people about their views and expectations from the Sanskrit language. We are receiving a very good response,” he said.During the event, teachers, students, and language enthusiasts will come together from across the states. “We are trying to make it a platform where teachers and scholars from both regular and Sanskrit schools will join hands to give the language a push,” Jain added.

Centre to merge school education schemes

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Central government plans to improve the reach of education at the school level for children from Classes 1 to 10 by merging two of their schemes meant to guarantee universal education.The Ministry of Human Resource Development plans to merge Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) — two similar schemes of the government for education to be universalised. Currently, while SSA is applicable from Class 1 till Class 8, RMSA is only for Class 9 and 10 only.A meeting to deliberate on possibilities of merger of these two schemes was held in the ministry last week and a group of secretaries working on it will submit its report in the coming days. “During the discussion, it was agreed upon by everyone that it will be a good idea to merge these two schemes as they have similar mandate. We are now working on how to work on the merger and will come up with a detailed report soon,” a senior official in the ministry of HRD said.He added that the plan to merge these schemes was proposed because it was found that there was a lot of non-utilisation of funds. Both SSA and RMSA gets different budget. The separate schemes were created because the Right to Education did not extend upto Class 10 and the government needed a plan to bring children to school after Class 8.”We saw that funds in these schemes were not being utilised properly. If a state has taken care of its primary education and does not need to spend so much for children up to class 8, they should be able to use the same fund for the older children. However, under the current mandate it was not being possible. Hence, we have decided to merge them,” the official added.

Mahatma Gandhi may have studied abroad, but he wasn’t influenced by western education: RSS Chief

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday said that the leading figures of the freedom movement including Mahatma Gandhi and Rabindranath Tagore had been educated under a “western” system but were never influenced by it.Bhagwat was pointing out that it is not only the schooling, but a child’s parents and the atmosphere at home and in the society that play a larger role in upbringing.Various Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) outfits have spoken out against “westernised” education, demanding an overhaul of the education system.There is a “consensus in the society” that the education system needs to be changed, Bhagwat said.”…the Macaulay education system, which we say is a foreign education system, produced Vivekananda, Lokmanya Tilak, Gandhiji and Rabindranath Tagore…So why did that school education system not influence them? The entire generation which participated in the freedom movement studied in the Macaulay education system,” he said.The RSS leader made these remarks at the launch of the Indian Education Manual (Bhartiya Shiksha Grant Mala) by Ahmedabad-based think-tank Punarutthan Vidyapeeth.Dinanath Batra, the Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan head known for controversial statements on education, was present on the dais when Bhagwat was speaking.

New metro policy ‘anti-people’: Mayawati

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>BSP president Mayawati today said the Centre’s new metro rail policy was “anti-people” and alleged that it would adversely hit metro projects in Uttar Pradesh. A day after the Union Cabinet approved the new metro rail policy, which opens a big window for private investments across a range of operations, Mayawati said it would make setting up of metro projects impossible. “The new metro policy announced by the Narendra Modi government is anti-people. It will become impossible to set up metro projects, especially in Kanpur, Varanasi and Allahabad … Besides, it will endanger the expansion of the ongoing Lucknow metro project,” she said in a statement here. The new policy has made “participation of private players and capitalists necessary” in metro projects. The government is running away from its reponsibilities, Mayawati alleged. She claimed the Centre was reducing its share in the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme and the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan. “The Centre’s aim is to somehow get ‘prime minister’ afixed with all the schemes to gain mileage and publicity,” Mayawati alleged, without elaborating further. She also charged the Yogi Adityanath government with betraying farmers in the name of loan waiver.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Yogi Adityanath’s Independence day diktat for madrasas: hoist tricolour, sing national anthem, record it on camera

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Come August 15, madrasas in Uttar Pradesh will bear a new look. The Yogi Adityanath-led state government has directed all madrasas across the state to hoist the national flag, recite the national anthem, sing patriotic songs, organise cultural and sport-related programmes, and pay tribute to freedom fighters on Independence Day. What has caused a flutter amongst the madrasas is that they have to show proof of the activities by videotaping everything.A circular in this regard was issued by Rahul Gupta, Registrar, UP Madarasa Shiksha Parishad to 8,000 madrasas recognised by the Paishad and 560 others that are government-aided.
ALSO READ ‘BJP is doing good work’: SP MLC Bukkal Nawab resigns; praises PM Modi, Yogi AdityanathThe circular issued by the Uttar Pradesh governmentThe circular says that after hoisting of national flag and recitation of national anthem, tributes will be paid to freedom fighters and students will be told about the importance of Independence Day. Students are also asked to sing songs based on nationalism. A cultural program on national unity and sports events will follow then and the program will end with sweet distribution.This is for the first time in state’s history that madrasas have been directed to organise more programmes than just hoisting the national flag and reciting national anthem. “We were previously issued such directives. But now the government has taken steps to ensure that the directives are followed by directing the madrasas to videograph the event,” said Mohammad Faiyyaz, a teacher in a local madrasa.The state government has also warned the madrasas that if the directives aren’t followed, the state will then withdraw government aid to these institutions.Baldev Singh Aulakh, a minister of state in Yogi Aditynath Cabinet, said that the order to recite national anthem and song and other programs are mandatory for all madrasas. “The government will withdraw grants if anyone fails to follow the directives,” he added.

Ad-hoc teachers block traffic demanding compensation for

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Demanding an adequate compensation for the next of kin of one of their deceased colleagues, the shiksha mitras (ad-hoc teachers) of the district today blocked the Agra-Mathura road here for about an hour, the police said. Shiksha Mitra Udai Singh (32), a resident of Shankargarhi under the Naujhil police station, died of a cardiac arrest today. He was working as a teacher in a nearby primary school. “The blockade was lifted on the assurance that the sub- divisional magistrate (SDM) would find a way for an immediate assistance from the government,” said City Magistrate Basant Agrawal. The shiksha mitras had earlier blocked the road in protest against the Supreme Court judgment quashing their appointment as regular teachers. The apex court, on Tuesday, had upheld the September, 2015 verdict of the Allahabad High Court, quashing the regularisation of shiksha mitras as assistant teachers in primary and junior high schools of Uttar Pradesh by the then Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party (SP) regime.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

No plans to remove Tagore from school books: Javadekar

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The government has no plan to remove Ravindranath Tagore from school textbooks, HRD Minister Prakash Javedekar told Rajya Sabha today. Responding to the issue raised by Derek O’Brien (TMC) during the Zero Hour, the Minister said the government respected Tagore and all others who had contributed to the freedom and literature of the country. “We hail everybody and nothing will be removed,” he said. Javadekar said for NCERT books, teachers and others have been asked to give suggestions to correct or remove “any factual errors” in textbooks. Naresh Agarwal (SP) said the Nyas has also suggested the removal of Urdu words and Mirza Ghalib from the textbooks. As many as 7000 suggestions have been received, Javadekar said. “We will not do anything which will create some problem.” Raising the issue, O’Brien said the HRD Ministry had called for suggestions and one of the suggestions from RSS- affiliated Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas was to remove Tagore’s works and references from the syllabus. “Rabindranath Tagore does not need a certificate from anybody,” he said and asked the minister to disassociate from the Nyas. After the minister’s statement, O’Brien walked up to Javedekar to present to him three books on Tagore for his reading. During the Zero Hour, D Raja (CPI) raised the issue of thousands of college and university teachers staging a demonstration in the national capital to protest the government “apathy” regarding the education sector. UGC and AICTE are under a cloud of uncertainty and there are fears of they are being dismantled and replaced, he said, adding this was an attempt to “bureaucratise, centralise and commercialise education”. He demanded an increase in te budget allocation to education to 10-15 per cent of the GDP. Javedkar said his ministry was engaged with the teachers. “We are not dismantling anything,” he said. “We are reforming the regulator and giving more autonomy to the institutions.”(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

MPs raise issues on sanitisation of NCERT books by RSS-affiliated educational body

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Members of Parliament raised the issue of an educational body affiliated to RSS wanting to sanitise NCERT books first reported by DNA on July 8.Referring to news reports that NCERT wants Rabindranath Tagore out of school text books, Trinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brien said that the HRD Ministry has a lot to explain on the issue.DNA had reported earlier that an education body affiliated to ruling BJP’s ideological parent RSS wants to ‘sanitise’ NCERT’s Class 1-12 Hindi textbooks by removing Urdu and Persian words. The Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas, under RSS ideologue Dinanath Batra, also wants to remove verses of Mirza Ghalib and other Urdu poets from the books.Serious concerns were raised in Rajya Sabha on multiple question papers being given to students appearing for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test).Raising the issue during the Zero Hour, Derek O’Brien (TMC) said till 2013, the English question paper for medical entrance examination, NEET, used to be translated into regional languages. But this year, those attempting NEET in Bengali or Tamil got question papers that were entirely different, he said, adding that 40,000 of the 56,000 students who wrote the exam in Bengali or Tamil had ‘disastrous’ results.AIADMK members also demanded scrapping the applicability of NEET to Tamil Nadu. A Navaneethakrishnan (AIADMK) said a uniform NEET syllabus should be introduced first.Both TMC and AIADMK members wanted the government to respond, but with no word coming, they rushed into the Well of the House raising anti-NEET slogans.EARLIER REPORTAGEDNA had reported earlier that an education body affiliated to RSS wants to ‘sanitise’ NCERT’s Class 1-12 Hindi textbooks by removing Urdu and Persian words

Govt kicks off drive to get special kids to attend school

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>For 14-year-old Shabana, a specially-abled girl from east Delhi’s Patparganj area, it was a dream come true when a group of government teachers visited her home last month and convinced her parents to enroll her in a nearby school. Until then, joining a school was only a dream for her.“We never send her to school fearing humiliation as she has been suffering from deformity since birth and can’t walk without crutches. But now when some teachers from Delhi government schools approached and assured us that she will not feel any discrimination , we have decided to send her to a school,” said her father Mohammad Israr, a daily-wager.Delhi government’s special drive to enrol Children With Special Needs (CWSN) turned out to be a blessing for hundreds of specially-abled children like Shabana who were deprived of education due to financial stress and lack of awareness. Under this drive, the Office of UEE (Universal Elementary Education) mission — a part of Directorate of Education (DoE)– has directed the teachers, who are working under Special Training Centers (STCs) running in several government schools in the national capital and those working under Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, to identify such children in their respective localities and motivate their parents to enrol them in nearby government schools. The STCs train children, who are drop-outs or never attended a school, and then shift them to regular classes according to their respective ages.“It’s very important to reach such children coming from financially challenged background and talk to their parents who consider disability a social stigma. Most of these people don’t even know about the facilities like STCs being offered at Delhi governments school. So, such initiatives are really important,” said BK Sharma, Principal, Shaheed Hemu Kalani Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya, Lajpat Nagar.A communication in this regard has also been sent to all the schools working under the DoE, MCD, NDMC, DCB and those which are aided by the government saying that “another such drive has been planned from July 10 to August 10 for bringing these children to the schools near to their residence.”According to a senior official at the DoE, it has also been decided to rope in Residential Welfare Associations (RWAs) to identify and motivate such students. Catch them youngUnder this drive, the Office of UEE (Universal Elementary Education) mission — a part of Directorate of Education (DoE)– has directed the teachers, who are working under Special Training Centers (STCs) running in several government schools in the national capital and those working under Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, to identify such children in their respective localities and motivate their parents to enrol them in nearby government schools.

‘Dr Hedgewar had proposed cow slaughter ban in 1920 Cong meet’

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Dr K B Hedgewar, who was associated with the Indian National Congress (INC) before founding the RSS, wanted the INC to announce a complete ban on the slaughter of gau vansh (cow progeny), RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has said. “Dr Hedgewar had a comprehensive vision. In the 1920 convention of the All India Congress Committee held in Nagpur, he had proposed two resolutions, including a complete ban on the slaughter of gau vansh (cow progeny),” he said. Bhagwat was speaking at the valedictory ceremony of the ‘Sangh Shiksha Varg- Trutiya Varsh’– RSS’s summer camp for the final year course of the trainees here last night. “Dr Hedgewar was the in-charge of the convention arrangements, wherein he had put forth two proposals before the regular committee of the INC. He wanted the INC to announce a complete ban on gau vansh slaughter and complete freedom to India.” Similarly, he wanted an independent India to aim at bringing the world out of the web of the capitalist economy, the RSS chief said. “Dr Hedgewar was of the view that the capitalist economy prevailing in the world does not follow the value and the ethics and this capitalist economy runs on the exploitation of the weak. “He wanted the world to come out of the web of capitalist economy. This ideology of values and ethics was mooted by Dr Hedgewar five years before the formation of the RSS in 1925,” Bhagwat said.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

UP 10th Results 2017: Upmsp.nic.in & upresults.nic.in UP High School Results 2017/ UP Board Result 2017 declared

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>UP 10th Results 2017: And the wait is over! Students who appeared for UP Board Class 10th board exams can heave a sigh of relief as the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has announced UP High School Results 2017 / UP Board Class 10th Results 2017.It’s a welcome news for over 34 lakh students who appeared for UP Board 10th Exams 2017. The UP 10th result 2017 can be known by logging on to the official websites upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in & upresults.nic.in​. The students can also know UP 10th Result 2017 / UP High School Result 2017 via SMS.The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh and started conducting examinations in 1923.The primary functions of the board are to recommend the syllabus, propose rules and specify courses of instruction and textbooks, teaching by correspondence courses, recognition of high school and intermediate education of schools in Uttar Pradesh.Here’s how to check UP 10th Class Result 20171. Go to either of the official websites to access UP Board 10th Results 2017. The websites are upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in & upresults.nic.in​2. Click on UP Board High School (Class X) Results 20173. Click on the UP 10th Result link4. Keep details like roll number and other details handy5. Download the result and keep a print out ready for future reference

UP 10th & 12th Results 2017: UP Board Inter Results 2017 & UP Board High School Results 2017 will be available in few minutes on upmsp.edu.in …

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>UP 10th 12th Results 2017: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) will announce UP Board Results 2017 i.e. UP High School Results 2017 / UP Board Class 10th Results 2017 / UP Inter Result 2017 / UP 12th Result 2017 / UP 10th Results 2017 today in few minutes on board official website upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in & upresults.nic.in​. And the wait is about to over! Students who appeared for UP Board Class 10th & Class 12th board exams can heave a sigh of relief as the UP Results 2017 will be available online soon.It’s a welcome news for lakh of students who appeared for UP Board 10th Exams 2017 also known as High School Exams and UP Board 12th Exams 2017 also known as Intermediate / Inter Exams. The UP 10th result 2017 / UP 12th Results 2017 can be known by logging on to the official websites upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in & upresults.nic.in​. The students can also know UP 10th Result 2017 / UP High School Result 2017 / UP Inter Result 2017 / UP 12th Result 2017 via SMS. Students will hope that the pass percentage will be more when UP Board 10th Results 2017​ / UP Board 12th Results 2017​ is declared.The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh and started conducting examinations in 1923.The primary functions of the board are to recommend the syllabus, propose rules and specify courses of instruction and textbooks, teaching by correspondence courses, recognition of high school and intermediate education of schools in Uttar Pradesh.Here’s how to check UP 10th Class Result 2017 and UP 12th Class Result 20171. Go to either of the official websites to access UP Board Results 2017 i.e. UP 10th Results 2017 & UP 12th Results 2017. The websites are upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in & upresults.nic.in​2. Click on UP Board High School (Class X) Results 2017 for UP 10th Result 2017 and UP Board Intermediate (Class XII) Results 20173. UP Class 10th Students click on the UP 10th Result & UP class 12th students click on UP 12th Result link4. Keep details like roll number and other details handy5. Download the result and keep a print out ready for future referenceGood Luck Students for future endeavours!

UP 12th Class Result 2017: Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Results to be declared today at 12:30 PM

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The long wait is over for scholars who appeared for UP Board Class 12 board exams can heave a sigh of relief as the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) will announce Intermediate Exam Results tomorrow, June 9, 2017 at 12:30 PM.The examination was held between March 16 and April 21 and saw more than 60 lakh students. The result will be announced from the board office at Allahabad.The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh and started conducting examinations in 1923.The result will be available on the official website of the board. This year, 26 lakh students appeared for the Class XII exams.Students can also check their results on UPRESULTS.NIC.IN.How to check your resultsStep 1: Log on to the website – http://upresults.nic.in/ or http://upmspresults.up.nic.in/ or UPMSP.edu.inStep 2: Click on the iconStep 3: Enter your roll number and other required detailsStep 4: Check your marksStep 5: Keep a printout for future referenceAbout the UP BoardHistorical Over View:The Board was set up in the year 1921 at Allahabad by an act of United Provinces Legislative Council. It conducted its first examination in 1923. This Board is one in India which, from the very start, had adopted 10+2 system of examination. The first public examination after 10 years education is High School Examination and after the 10+2 stage, there is Intermediate Examination. Prior to 1923, University of Allahabad was the examining body of these two examinations.At present the Board is the biggest examining body in the World.In view of the ever multiplying load of work in successive years, the Board had been experiencing considerable difficulty in controlling and conducting its activities centrally from Allahabad. As such four Regional Offices of the Board were established at Meerut(1973), Varanasi(1978), Bareilly(1981) and Allahabad(1987) under the control of Regional Secretaries; the head office still being at Allahabad with Secretary as the over all executive head. Now Regional Office at Ramnagar (Nainital) has been separated from U. P. Board due to the creation of Uttaranchal as a new state w.e.f. 08-11-2000. Presently , the Board is holding the examinations and preparing the results of nearly 64 lakh students.

Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Results 2017: UP 10th Class Result 2017 (upmsp.edu.in) to be declared today on June 9 at 12 Noon

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>UP 10th High School Result time: Just a few hours more before the wait of 34,04,571 candidates will come to an end. Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP)​ will be declaring UP Board 10th Results 2017 on UP Board Website​ – upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in, upmsp.nic.in, upmspresults.up.nic.in​ for the examination that was conducted between March 16 to April 1.​UP Board SSC Result will be declared at noon. Students awaiting UP 10th Result can get access to UP 10th Class Result 2017 via SMS too.In 2016, 37,49,977 students were awaiting UP High School Results, when they were declared in the third week of May. With 93.73% being the pass percentage of 10th Result.Here’s how to check UP Board High School Results 2017:1. Go to either of the official websites to access UP Board Results 2017 – upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in 2. Click on UP Board 10th Class Results 2017.3. Click on Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Results 2017.4. Keep details like roll number and other details handy5. Download the UP Result.Take a print out ready for future reference.About Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP):The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh and started conducting examinations in 1923.The primary functions of the board are to recommend the syllabus, propose rules and specify courses of instruction and textbooks, teaching by correspondence courses, recognition of high school and intermediate education of schools in Uttar Pradesh.At present the Board is the biggest examining body in the World. In view of the ever multiplying load of work in successive years, the Board had been experiencing considerable difficulty in controlling and conducting its activities centrally from Allahabad.As such four Regional Offices of the Board were established at Meerut(1973), Varanasi(1978), Bareilly(1981) and Allahabad(1987) under the control of Regional Secretaries; the head office still being at Allahabad with Secretary as the over all executive head. Now Regional Office at Ramnagar (Nainital) has been separated from U. P. Board due to the creation of Uttaranchal as a new state w.e.f. 08-11-2000. Presently , the Board is holding the examinations and preparing the results of nearly 64 lakh students.

Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Results 2017: UP 12th Class Result 2017 (upmsp.edu.in) to be declared today on June 9 at 12:30 PM

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>And the wait is about to over! Scholars who appeared for UP Board Class 12 board exams can heave a sigh of relief as the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) will announce Intermediate Exam Results tomorrow, June 9, 2017 at 12:30 PM.The examination was held between March 16 and April 21 and saw more than 60 lakh students. The result will be announced from the board office at Allahabad.The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh and started conducting examinations in 1923.The result will be available on the official website of the board. This year, 26 lakh students appeared for the Class XII exams.Students can also check their results on UPRESULTS.NIC.IN.How to check your resultsStep 1: Log on to the website – http://upresults.nic.in/ or http://upmspresults.up.nic.in/ or UPMSP.edu.inStep 2: Click on the iconStep 3: Enter your roll number and other required detailsStep 4: Check your marksStep 5: Keep a printout for future referenceAbout the UP BoardHistorical Over View:The Board was set up in the year 1921 at Allahabad by an act of United Provinces Legislative Council. It conducted its first examination in 1923. This Board is one in India which, from the very start, had adopted 10+2 system of examination. The first public examination after 10 years education is High School Examination and after the 10+2 stage, there is Intermediate Examination. Prior to 1923, University of Allahabad was the examining body of these two examinations.

UP 10th High School Result Date: UP Board 10th High School Results 2017 to be declared today on June 9

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>UP 10th High School Result time: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) is all set to declare UP 10th Result. Students who appeared for UP High School examination between March 16 to April 1, can finally heave a sigh of relief. UP Board 10th Class Results 2017​ will be declared on UP Board Website – upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in, upmsp.nic.in, upmspresults.up.nic.in at noon.Around 34,04,571 candidates are eagerly waiting for UP Board High School Results 2017.In 2016, the pass percentage of UP High School Result was 93.73%, while this year the expected pass percentage of Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Results 2017 is 94.25%. So, all students who were waiting for UP 10th High School Result Date need not worry.Here’s how to check UP Board SSC Result:1. Go to either of the official websites to access UP High School Results – upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in 2. Click on 10th Result.3. Click on the Result link4. Keep details like roll number and other details handy5. Download the UP Board 10th Results 2017 and keep a print out ready for future reference.

UP 10th Class Result 2017: UP Board 10th High School Results (upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in) 2017 to be declared tomorrow on June 9

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>UP 10th High School Result Date: Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Results 2017​ has declared UP 10th High School Result Date. ​Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) will be declaring the UP 10th Class Result 2017 on June 9 around noon.Around 34,04,571 candidates appeared for UP 10th High School examination, held between March 16 to April 1. UP Board High School Results 2017 will be declared on UP Board Websites – upresults.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in, upmsp.nic.in, upmspresults.up.nic.in.UP Board HSC Results will be declared via SMS too. About Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) The UP Board, also known as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, was established in 1921 in Allahabad. It was founded for the promotion and development of Secondary Education in Uttar Pradesh and started conducting examinations in 1923.The primary functions of the board are to recommend the syllabus, propose rules and specify courses of instruction and textbooks, teaching by correspondence courses, recognition of high school and intermediate education of schools in Uttar Pradesh.At present the Board is the biggest examining body in the World. In view of the ever multiplying load of work in successive years, the Board had been experiencing considerable difficulty in controlling and conducting its activities centrally from Allahabad.As such four Regional Offices of the Board were established at Meerut(1973), Varanasi(1978), Bareilly(1981) and Allahabad(1987) under the control of Regional Secretaries; the head office still being at Allahabad with Secretary as the over all executive head. Now Regional Office at Ramnagar (Nainital) has been separated from U. P. Board due to the creation of Uttaranchal as a new state w.e.f. 08-11-2000. Presently , the Board is holding the examinations and preparing the results of nearly 64 lakh students.Here’s how to check UP Board 10th Class Results 201​7:1. Go to either of the official websites to access UP High School Results – upmsp.nic.in, upmsp.edu.in 2. Click on 10th Result.3. Click on the Result link4. Keep details like roll number and other details handy5. Download the UP Board 10th Results 2017 and keep a print out ready for future reference.All the best!

Govt may not conduct additional RTE rounds, say officials

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Even as 37 per cent seats under the Right To Education (RTE) quota in the city are lying vacant this year, the government might not conduct any additional rounds of admission. Officials at BMC’s Education Department said on Tuesday that there are no instructions about conducting more rounds.”There are no instructions from the goverment about conducting additional rounds for this year. We have already conducted five rounds of admissions and there are no further requests.” said Mahesh Palkar, BMC’s Education Officer.This year, a total of 7,449 seats were open for admissions across 334 schools in the city for which the BMC had got over 9,000 applicants, a trend which was observed in the city for the first time in the last four years.However, when it came to confirmations, only 30 per cent (2,798 admissions) were confirmed by the end of fifth round which ended on March 29.”Several students are left out of the RTE process for no fault of theirs. Students have been allotted schools far from their homes due to an issue in the online system that could not read the decimals in kilometer distance. Several other parents did not get allotment letters and SMS despite registering. There should be an extension to ensure that all these children get into schools” said Sudhir Paranjape, activist from the Anudanit Shiksha Bachao Samiti, an NGO working for students from the disadvantaged sections.Several parents and activists from the city had also participated in the statewide protest against the poor implementation of the Act in Pune on March 20.Activists are unhappy about the fact that those left out of the process will now have to waste an entire year. While asked about these issues, Palkar said “We have not received any official complaint from any parent regarding such an issue. We shall forward them to the government if we get it.”…& ANALYSISNot having an additional round of admissions will mean that over 4,600 seats in schools across the city would remain vacant. Several students who were wrongly allotted schools or who might have missed seeking an admission despite registering are at a risk of remaining out of school for another year.THE NORMSUnder RTE, all the unaided, non-minority schools are required to reserve 25 per cent seats for students from the disadvantaged sections of the society and have to offer free education to these students till class 8.
Schools have to reimburse all the other expenses like uniform, book charges for the students

Centre to open 94 new Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalyas

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Centre will open 94 new Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalyas (KGBV) across the country for girl students belonging to minority and disadvantaged sections. According to a senior HRD Ministry official, the new sanctioned schools are likely to start functioning by next year. KGBVs are upper primary residential schools for girls from SC, ST, OBC categories besides other minority and disadvantaged sections of society. While 75 per cent seats are reserved for girls from the mentioned category, 25 per cent seats are for girls from families below the poverty line. There are currently 3,703 KGBVs functional across India. The Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya scheme was introduced in 2004 under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan program to provide educational facilities for girls belonging to marginalised communities having access to limited facilities.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Ghaziabad dist admin issues show-cause notices to 18 schools

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Ghaziabad district administration has served show-cause notices to 18 schools here and sought an explanation to the hike in fee. The committee looking into the matter issued the notices two days ago following a meeting called by ADM Finance Rajesh Yadav, which was attended by representatives of the schools and several parents’ associations. The schools have been given 20 days to give their explanation. Till then no school will charge annual fee, District Magistrate Nidhi Kesarwani said. The committee has also asked the schools to explain why they were levying the annual charges, officials said. If their replies are not found justified, annual charges will be waived. Permission of taking annual charges from parents are not mentioned in the NOC of the district administration or CBSE, Kesarwani said. Following protest by parents under the banner of Bhartiya Kisan Sangh, SDM (Loni) Prem Singh Ranjan had issued a notice under section 133 (conditional order for removal of nuisance) of the CrPC to Salwan Public School yesterday. The SDM warned the management to decrease the escalated fee within a week or face legal action. On April 13, scores of infuriated parents staged a protest against 25 per cent hike in fee of private schools. They handed over a memorandum addressed to the district magistrate to take action against the owners of private schools. The protest was led by Shiksha Bachao Abhiyan Samiti (SBAS) and All Schools Parents Association (ASPA).(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Bill introduced in Lok Sabha to amend RTE Act

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The government today introduced in the Lok Sabha a bill seeking to amend the Right to Education Act to allow elementary teachers time till 2019 to get acquire minimum qualifications as mandated under the 2010 law.As per the existing Act which came into effect from April 1, 2010, these teachers were to acquire minimum qualifications within five years by March 31, 2015.To bring in the required changes, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar introduced the ‘The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill, 2017’. The new bill has been brought as the state governments were not able to continue the training process for in-service untrained teachers. Subsequently, the state governments had requested for extending the period for “training untrained teachers so as to enable them to initiate and complete the said the training process”, according to the Statement of Objects and Reasons of the bill.The ministry has brought in the bill to insert a new provision in the Act — which provides for free and compulsory education to all children of 6 to 14 years of age. Under the new provision, “every teacher appointed or in position as on March 31, 2015, who does not possess minimum qualifications… shall acquire such minimum qualifications within a period of four years on and from the date of commencement of the proposed legislation”.The expenditure related to training of untrained teachers would come from the approved allocation under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan programme. The amount would be shared between the Centre and the states concerned.”It is estimated that a non-recurring expenditure of Rs 453.62 crore involved would be carried over to subsequent years to complete the training of untrained teachers by March 31, 2019,” the government said in the financial memorandum of the bill.

Act against those responsible for poor school education: AAP

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The AAP today accused the previous SAD-BJP and Congress governments of “turning a blind eye” to the government school education in Punjab and sought action against those responsible for it. None of the governments in the past ever took initiatives to revive the education system and make it as good as the private education system, claimed the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Reacting sharply to the report of CAG, AAP state convener Gurpreet Singh Ghuggi said the report shows that 1,170 government schools in the state are run by just one teacher. “It is the mockery of education system in state and poor and underprivileged people are deprived of their right to education,” he said. He demanded that the government must take strict action against those responsible for ruining the generation by not giving them chance to get good education. He claimed that the Rs 1362-crore fund received under Sarv Shiksha Abhayan were not released by the previous Badal government. CAG also raised finger on the embezzlement in the fund released for purchasing school books and uniforms of students, he said, and demanded that a case must be registered against those responsible. The AAP Convener suggested Chief Minister Amarinder Singh to revive the education system in the state like it was done in Delhi by the Arvind Kejriwal government. He also demanded an increase in the education budget of the state.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

The Education Minister expressed satisfaction that the

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>state government has succeeded in improving enrolment ratio of children in the age group of 6-14 years at 99 per cent and said that the teachers are being trained in such a manner that they will keep the little wards interested in learning in their local language. With payment of salaries to school teachers remaining a matter of concern in Bihar due to delays, Chaudhary passed the buck on the Centre for slashing allocation under the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) and said that even in the current fiscal, the Central government has not released its share under the scheme forcing the state government to make available Rs 2100 crore from its own funds for payment of salaries to school teachers. Earlier, opposition BJP MLA Sanjay Saraogi moved a cut proposal by Rs 10 to the Education Department’s budgetary allocation after Chaudhary tabled it in the House for discussion and passage during the post-lunch session. Saraogi, a three-term MLA from Darbhanga, in his opening remarks slammed the state government for its indifference to improvement of quality of school education in Bihar. Altogether 14 members belonging to various parties spoke in the House during three-hour debate on the education department’s budgetary allocation.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

Rs 892 crore spent under RMSA scheme in Raj: Minister

<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Rajasthan government has spent Rs 892 crore under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyhan (RMSA) in the state in last three years, the Vidhan Sabha was told today. Minister of state for school education, Vasudev Devnani, said this while replying to supplementary questions in the state assembly. He said enrollment in the state schools has increased with the efforts of the BJP government. School works worth Rs 38 crore have been completed by the government in last three years in Barmer district as against Rs 7 crore spent by the previous Congress regime, he claimed. Earlier, the Opposition cornered Devnani over “lack of classrooms” in middle and upper middle government schools in various parts of state. The minister said that proposals of schools where classrooms are insufficient have been sent to the Union government for approval. Under RMSA scheme the government had sanctioned Rs 614 lakh for 10 schools in the last financial year in Siwana constituency and works in seven schools were completed, Devani said while replying to a question from Siwana MLA Hameer Singh Bhayal. Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) is a centrally sponsored scheme of the Ministry of Human Resource Development for the development of secondary education in the country.(This article has not been edited by DNA’s editorial team and is auto-generated from an agency feed.)

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