Education News Across India

For many of the developing countries like India Education and Media are the two powerful sectors where the growth can be arrived with constant changes. Education is the backbone of development in any country. We like to provide information regarding Education from different levels like school, college, and higher education levels.

AGRA

Nine Crore of the fund is allotted to the primary schools by UP Government in AGRA. The social movements and social activists have concerned that the school principal and teachers are liable to make the fund transparent and fair. It is mentioned that 10 percent of the amount spent on the infrastructure of the schools are spent on cleanliness and hygiene. The schools are divided as per the number of students pursuing studies in the school. The divisions are schools with 1 to 14 students, schools with 15 to 99 students, schools with 100 to 249 students, schools with 250 to 9999 students, and schools with 10,000 students. As per the number of students the schools will receive amounts such as 12,500, 25,000, 50,000, 75,000 and 1, 00,000.

Mumbai

Dhirubhai Ambani International School at Bandra-Kurla complex and Smt sulochanadevi Singhania School are ranked among the top ten schools by the Education World India School Rankings 2018 to 2019. These schools are the pride of Mumbai. The Education World India School Rankings and the center for forecasting interviewed 12,214 people in 27 cities and finally listed the top 1000 schools with 13 inter-divisions.

Kolkata

The old business families have proven record in the education sector in Kolkata. The RP-Sanjiv Goenka group already own business in the sectors like the power and natural resources, carbon black, IT, Infrastructure, retail, media, entertainment, and sports. There are planning to widespread their name in the education sector and planning to start school with international standards in Kolkata.

Thiruvananthapuram

After the flood, the schools in Thiruvananthapuram are celebrating the youth festival with a science festival in Kannur and sports meet in Thiruvananthapuram. These festivals are conducted with the government expense after the floods in Thiruvananthapuram.

New Delhi

The preventive measures in the schools are given prior importance and a maximum of 5 percent of the total revenue is charged as fine if the school authorities don’t follow the safety measures. For the first violation it is one percent and if the violation follows for more than once then the fine is three percent or 5 percent.

Dehradun

Education minister Arvind Pandey announced last year that the government will merge the schools with less than 10 students. It is officially declared that there are 600 schools in 13 districts with less number of students. The initiative measure from the government has merged 300 schools so far. To improve the student and teacher ratio the government is merging the schools. So, the available teachers are well utilized by the government.