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English medium on hold in Telangana
Thursday, June 09, 2016
The education department has not been able to take any decision as some educationists are demanding Telugu medium in primary schools.
It is learnt that the state government plans to organise a meeting with educational experts to take a decision on the issue.(Representational image)
 It is learnt that the state government plans to organise a meeting with educational experts to take a decision on the issue.(Representational image)

ADILABAD: The state government has postponed its decision to introduce English as the medium of education in government schools for the 2017-18 academic year, according to Deputy Chief Minister and education minister Kadiam Srihari.  

The education department has not been able to take any decision as some educationists are demanding Telugu medium in primary schools and are opposing English as the medium of education, while others want English medium from LKG itself, Mr Srihari said.

However, school management committees can introduce English medium if they are willing to, he said, adding that the government will not do so.

“We have put on hold the idea of introducing English medium in government schools form next year as there was no consensus on the issue,” Mr Srihari said.
He some educational experts feel that teaching the students in their mother tongue is important for their all-round growth.

It is learnt that the state government plans to organise a meeting with educational experts to take a decision on the issue. The meeting will also discuss ways to increase student's enrolment in government schools for 2016-17, by least 10 per cent.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/090616/english-medium-on-hold-in-telangana.html

Telangana schools face PIL on using wrong tag
Wednesday, June 08, 2016
S. Kiran alleged the tag was cheating parents and students.
He added in his petition that such schools were collecting fee in lakhs of rupees from parents with the help of false tags.(Representational image)
 He added in his petition that such schools were collecting fee in lakhs of rupees from parents with the help of false tags.(Representational image)

Hyderabad: The Telangana private teachers, lecturers and students’ federation president S. Kiran approached State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) on Tuesday seeking action against private schools which are using the ‘international’ tag without prior approval. He alleged the tag was cheating parents and students.

He added in his petition that such schools were collecting fee in lakhs of rupees from parents with the help of false tags. Mr. Kiran also asked the SHRC to issue directions to the government for strict implementation GO-92 and GO-42 - on controlling the fee structure.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/in-other-news/080616/telangana-schools-face-pil-on-using-wrong-tag.html

Hyderabad: Students find tech school rules too harsh
Wednesday, June 01, 2016
Moral policing is an issue that students complain about.
Students join RGUKT soon after Class X and stay in campus for six years. (Representational Image)
 Students join RGUKT soon after Class X and stay in campus for six years. (Representational Image)

Adilabad: For students of Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (RGUKT), Basar, stepping out of their campus or mingling with those of the opposite sex is a difficult task.

Students complain of a prison like atmosphere in the university as it is mandatory for everyone to take an out pass before they step out of the university.

“Leave alone stepping out for leisure, even for buying something required for projects or other academic purposes we had to prove the necessity. Two signatures granting permission were required. It was next to impossible for girls to get an out pass,” said Sai Krishna, an alumnus of the university.

Students join RGUKT soon after Class X and stay in campus for six years. It is obvious that once in a while they would like to go out or call their friends to campus. Outsiders are never allowed apart from parents, he said.

Moral policing is an issue that students complain about. Another former student, Muhammed Zubairuddin posted on an online forum, “It is a sin here to even talk to a girl. Don't ever do that, you will be dragged into a lot of trouble.”

He wrote of how he was once pulled up by a non-teaching staff member for shaking hands with a girl who was congratulating him on getting a good placement offer.
 

Students also complain of the university not allowing outside food on campus. A student from Computer Science department says, “We are not allowed to bring outside food to the campus, even for occasions like birthday or New Year celebrations. The security guards at the hostel throw away our food if we try to bring anything. We are forced to buy from our own hostel mess if we want something special.”

When contacted, a senior university official said, “If students are allowed to go out they might drink outside and come to hostel or girls and boys might go out together. We cannot take risk of something happening to our students. Outside food is also not allowed to be brought in campus to avoid food poisoning issues.”


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/010616/hyderabad-students-find-tech-school-rules-too-harsh.html

Telangana: Medical aspirants’ Eamcet set for July 9; result on 14
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Online registrations will commence from June 1 till June 7 without fines.
The registration fee for the test is Rs 250 for SCs and STs and Rs 500 for others. (Representational image)
 The registration fee for the test is Rs 250 for SCs and STs and Rs 500 for others. (Representational image)

Hyderabad: The Telangana Eamcet for filling MBBS and BDS seats in various colleges in the 10 districts will be held on July 9.

With the Central government promulgating an ordinance to exempt a few states from the uniform national test, NEET, for this year, Telangana is conducting its own entrance test for filling seats in government colleges and in the convener quota of private medical colleges.

Online registrations will commence from June 1 till June 7 without fines. However, with a late fee ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 10,000, students can apply for the exam till July 7. The registration fee for the test is Rs 250 for SCs and STs and Rs 500 for others.

Hall tickets can be downloaded from July 2 onwards. Unlike the usual practice of holding the medical entrance test in the afternoon, this time the exam will be held from 10 am to 1pm. The results will be announced on July 14.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/in-other-news/260516/telangana-medical-aspirants-eamcet-set-for-july-9-result-on-14.html

Hyderabad: Summer vacation hits school checks
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Nearly 162 schools have been shortlisted for carrying out checks.
Authorities are likely to seek additional time to complete this process. (Representational Image)
 Authorities are likely to seek additional time to complete this process. (Representational Image)

Hyderabad: The summer vacation has come as a speed-breaker for the education department’s inspections in schools in GHMC limits.

Nearly 162 schools have been shortlisted for carrying out checks, but authorities could hardly cover half of the schools since the drive commenced a few weeks ago. In this backdrop, authorities are likely to seek additional time to complete this process.

Due to summer holidays, teachers and office staff are not available and hence the school managements have sought additional time from inspection teams landing on their doorsteps. Besides education wing staff, an audit official has been made part of these teams to identify financial irregularities.

“We are asking information regarding fee structure, students’ strength, faculty salaries, expenditure, year of establishing etc. Almost all schools have sought time till reopening to furnish all information,” a senior official said.

The department had planned to complete the drive before June first week, but it has been ruled out now. The High Court is hearing this issue following a petition filed by the Hyderabad School Parents Association. The next hearing is in the first week of June and the court has sought a report on the 162 private schools.
Inspections were carried out in 12 private schools earlier.

Bro. Show Reddy, president of Missionary Schools Association, said the fee structure was very reasonable in these schools. An education wing official said that any amount collected in excess of Rs 5,000 at the time of admission amounts to violation of rules.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/240516/hyderabad-summer-vacation-hits-school-checks.html

    
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