18 November 2016 Current Affairs

Delhi: Web portal launched for complaint against private schools

People can register their complaints against private schools pertaining to fee hike and others issues at doepvt.delhi.gov.in, and within 15 days, grievances will be resolved by district education officers concerned, said Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. In a view to take strict actions against errant private schools, the Delhi government launched a web portal on Thursday for parents to register their complaints against such institutes at a single platform.


DU Convocation ceremony to be held on November 19

“The convocation will be conducted on Saturday at the multipurpose hall of university’s sports complex. Chief Guest Nanda is associated with University of Denver, United Nations Association, American Bar Association, among others and is the recipient of various prestigious awards,” a Delhi University statement said. The Delhi University will conduct its 93rd annual convocation on November 19. Ved P Nanda, eminent jurist professor from University of Denver Sturm College of Law will present degrees to students for 2015 session.


911 permanent posts of Professors lying vacant in Delhi University

The Minister of State for Human Resource Development Mahendra Nath Pandey recently announced that over 900 permanent teaching posts are lying vacant in University of Delhi.In a major shock to aspirants willing to pursue the profession of teaching, on Thursday, Minister of State for Human Resource Development Mahendra Nath Pandey announced that over 900 permanent teaching posts are lying vacant in University of Delhi.It is said that the varsity has engaged people on an ad-hoc basis so as to make sure that the academic career of the students is not affected.


Hyderabad ties up with Bradford universities for research

The research will be conducted on novel nanotechnology based approaches to solving problems of current interest and the results are expected to have great societal impact due to the nature of diseases involved, according to a release from the University of Hyderabad. University of Hyderabad entered into collaboration with UK-based University of Bradford (UoB) to work on polymer based materials for therapeutics for diseases like cancer and tuberculosis. The research will be conducted on novel nanotechnology based approaches to solving problems of current interest and the results are expected to have great societal impact due to the nature of diseases involved, according to a release from the University of Hyderabad.


CBSE ask schools to provide key information publicly: Madhya Pradesh

All affiliated schools in Madhya Pradesh will have to upload geo-tagged photos and information on school buildings and transport on their website before November 30.The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued directions to all affiliated schools to provide enough information on their respective websites so that parents can choose the schools of their choice. All affiliated schools in Madhya Pradesh will have to upload geo-tagged photos and information on school buildings and transport on their website before November 30.”The data used to be collected at the time of affiliation only but now, it has been made yearly with a single form,” said the chairperson of Indore Sarvoday schools, Manoj Bajpai, as reported in HT.”Geo positioning and video clippings for affiliated schools will help in not only pin pointing the locations of schools for examination purpose but also detecting if wrong photos are being used by schools to get their affiliation,” he added.

Updated: November 18, 2016 — 5:34 pm

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