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Telangana: Poverty hinders education
Monday, November 23, 2015
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Hyderabad: Child labour, migration and taking care of siblings are three major reasons behind children being out of school in Telangana, as has been found by researchers from the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, Professor Jay-ashankar Telangana State Agricultural University.
The study was conducted on school dropouts in two of the most backward districts in Telangana in terms of literacy — Mahabubnagar, which has 55.04 per cent literacy, and Adilabad, with 61.01 per cent.
The study revealed that nearly 24 per cent of out of school students had dropped out because of moving with their parents who migrated in search of better jobs. 
Shockingly, another 21 per cent of children were out of school so that they could generate income for their families.
Other reasons for not attending school was the necessity to be home to take care of younger siblings or because they simply did not have interest in studying, which was about 14 per cent of the sample size.
None of the children in the sample cited poor health condition as the reason behind dropping out of school.
The researchers also found that a large number of students listed as enrolled in schools by the government were actually dropouts, creating a large disparity between the data claimed by the government and the actual picture. 
Researchers observed that nearly half of the students, 46.4 per cent, had enrolled in school but had dropped out.
“These findings are in tune with the research studies conducted both in India and abroad that vulnerable households tend to withdraw children from school as part of their coping strategy to deal with shocks to income, often in order to work, save on costs or to free other household members up to work,” said the researchers. The research was conducted by Dr L. Umadevi and Dr V Kavitha Kiran.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/151123/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-poverty-hinders-education

Sri Chaitanya group ran the school illegally
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Scores of residents gather outside the school in Dilsukhnagar where the four-year-girl died (Photo: DC)
Scores of residents gather outside the school in Dilsukhnagar where the four-year-girl died (Photo: DC)

Hyderabad: It has come to light that the school run by the Sri Chaitanya Group, where the Nursery student died in an elevator mishap on Tuesday, does not have permission from the State Education Board.

The school located in Dilsukhnagar, however, has been functioning for more than four years. Education officers found that there were several other primary schools run by the group that did not have permission to operate.

The Education Board is now receiving flak for turning a blind eye to the scam pulled off by one of the biggest educational groups in the state. Officials say that they had raided a few schools in June and July, but the school management had duped them.

Experts say, the Sri Chaitanya Group had used a technical flaw in the government’s education policy to run the schools without registration or permission from regulatory bodies.

“We do not have regulations for playschools, and the government is yet to come up with a policy to regulate such schools. Sri Chaitanya management is running this school as a playschool, but they also have 1st standard and 2nd standard here, which is illegal,” said Mr M. Somi Reddy, district education officer of Hyderabad.

Alarmingly, the Education Board does not have a count of illegal primary schools run by the Group. “We have now found that there are hundreds of such schools run by the Chaitanya Group as playschools in the twin cities and nearest districts. We are starting legal procedures against the management,” said Mr Reddy.

Officials claim that during a check in June at Dilsukhnagar, the school management convinced them that it was just a playschool. “We have come to know now that there are 1st and 2nd standard students studying in the building,” said an education official. No one from the school management were available to comment.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/151118/nation-current-affairs/article/sri-chaitanya-ran-school-illegally

Central Information Commissioner order on answersheet photocopies
Monday, November 16, 2015
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Khammam: The Central Information Commissioner will be sending notices to all universities in the country not to collect more than Rs 2 per page from students for photocopies of answer sheets.

It is students’ right to know the marks they got for the answers written by them and universities should honor it. However, some varsities have been collecting a lot of money for providing photocopies of answer sheet to students to discourage them from seeking them.

“It is not proper and genuine and we will issue notices to all universities in this regard,” said the Central Information Commissioner, Mr Madabhushi Sridhar.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/151116/nation-education/article/central-information-commissioner-order-answersheet-photocopies

Telangana tech colleges to hike fees
Friday, November 13, 2015
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Hyderabad: Another fee revision for professional courses is on the cards for the coming academic year (2016-17) in Telangana State.

The TS government had effected a steep hike in MBBS/ BDS fees for the current academic year (2015-16) and it’s now the turn of other professional courses such as engineering, MBA, MCA, B.Ed, Pharmacy, Law etc., for a fee hike.

The hike will vary from college to college based on the availability of qualified faculty and infrastructure facilities in colleges and the expenditure the managements have incurred on them.

The managements of these professional colleges have been seeking fee hikes ranging from 10 per cent to 30 per cent for these courses from 2016-17. The fee revision is due for 2016-17 since the fee was last  revised three years ago, in undivided AP in 2013-14.

Fees should be revised every 3 years

As per existing norms, the fees for professional courses has to be revised every three years based  on inflation, income and expenditure statements of colleges. This will be the first fee revision to be effected by the TS government for professional courses other than medical / dental courses.

The TS government has  constituted an Admissions and Fee Regulatory Committee, headed by retired High Court judge Justice P. Swaroop Reddy, to make recommendations on the fee revision.

“Majority of the colleges want a hike of 30 per cent while those with deficiencies in qualified faculty and infrastructure facilities seek a 10 per cent hike. We will submit the proposals to the committee once the notification is issued, which is expected in a week,” said Mr Ramesh Nimmatoori of the Consortium of Telangana State Professional Colleges Associations.

The committee had written to the government in October urging it to issue a notification inviting fee revision proposals from colleges. However, the government had asked the committee to wait since the full-fledged committee comprising 11 members was yet to be formed.

Sources in the Higher Education department said the committee had written again to the state government last week stating that any more delay in issuing the notification would delay the fee fixation process affecting the admission schedule in 2016-17 since counselling for admissions could not be conducted till the fee was finalised.

The committee brought to the notice of the government that since it had to decide college-wise fees by examining the proposals and audited financial statements of every college, it may take around six months to complete the process.

It suggested that it would be better if the notification was issued at the earliest and give about two months time for the colleges to submit their proposals for which there was no need for having a full-fledged AFRC.

It added that the government could appoint a full-fledged committee by February when it would need to examine the proposals of the colleges.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/151113/nation-education/article/telangana-tech-colleges-hike-fees

Telangana says ‘no’ to grading for XI, XII
Wednesday, November 04, 2015
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HyderabadThe Telangana government has dropped plans to introduce  grading in Class XI and XII due to the complexities and inter-linkages with other state and national exams. The system is also incompatible with the Centre’s latest plans for a uniform curriculum, question paper and marking pattern for all states in the country. 
The government was thinking of introducing the grading system and online evaluation of answer scripts. Now both have been shelved. Deputy CM Kadiam Srihari had earlier announced that the state was considering the grading system in first and second years of Intermediate and a computer-based valuation system of answer scripts. However, he later said that it was only a proposal. But sources informed that the same has been dropped now due to the complexities involved. 
Intermediate marks carry 25 per cent weightage in TS Eamcet and, as of now, also in JEE Main. A top 20 percentile score or a minimum of 75 per cent in Class XI and XII is also a requirement for JEE Advanced. Unless absolute marks are awarded weightage can’t be decided. At present only the CBSE gives grades for Class XI and XII but that is along with absolute marks. Sources said the Union HRD Ministry had also recently said a uniform curriculum, question paper and marking pattern are to be evolved for the 2016-17 academic year leaving TS no choice but to drop its plans. 
“When there is going to be a uniform all India policy for Class XI and XII, a separate plan for grading would be futile. It was meant to reduce competition but can’t be implemented now,” sources said. At the same time, computer-based valuation has also been dropped as reported earlier in these columns.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/151104/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-says-%E2%80%98no%E2%80%99-grading-xi-xii

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