KOZHIKODE: The plight of Malaparamba Aided Upper Primary School is still hanging in the balance as P K Padmarajan, who was the manager of the school before the demolition of its building and the owner of the land, is maintaining his stance to close down the school by May 31, 2015. The school was the… Read More Malaparamba school’s fate in govt hands
Citing discrimination in nursery admission process in private schools, the All India Parents Association said the Delhi School Education Act, 1973 should be amended to put an end to such practices. The organisation also wrote to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to bring the issue to the fore. “Every child has a fundamental right to equal… Read More City parents demand amendment to edn Act
A small town man with big dreams, 26-year-old Srinivas was drawn towards doing an MBA in the hope of securing a successful future. He had performed reasonably well in his academics while pursuing BCom from Aurora Degree College in Hyderabad, but the native of Guntur, Andhra Pradesh struggled to find a job. After working in… Read More Is an MBA Degree Worth Your Time?
The Washington Post’s America’s Most Challenging High Schools list is designed to recognize schools that challenge average students. These top-performing schools, listed in alphabetical order, were excluded from the list because, despite their exceptional quality, their admission rules and standardized test scores indicate they have few or no average students. Non-neighborhood schools with SAT or… Read More Top-performing schools with elite students
Even after a year since UGC order for category in admission forms; feel awareness needs to begin at school The decision to induct the transgender population into the mainstream — that began with the landmark Supreme Court judgment last year according them the ‘third gender’ status to facilitate college admission — seems to be a… Read More Not a single student admitted as third gender, say colleges