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NALSAR Film Festival

Nalsar University of Law, Shameerpet
Hyderabad
From: Saturday, March 28, 2015
To: Sunday, March 29, 2015
Timings: 10 : 30 AM - 3 : 45 PM
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Contact: +919000875390 / +919704847263 /+918498061722
Description: NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad is proud to host the 3rd edition of the NALSAR Film Festival.

Conceived in 2012, the idea of a Film Festival came up in the backdrop of the need to have an event that creates meaningful dialogue between socially committed artists, intellectuals and the student community in order to fully comprehend India's complex socio-political reality and broaden the ambit of traditional legal notions of justice.


New SQL Server DBA and Developer Courses Will Start on March 30th

SQL Training by Chreddy, Hyderabad
Hyderabad
From: Monday, March 30, 2015
To: Monday, March 30, 2015
Timings: 8 : 0 PM - 11 : 0 PM
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Contact: 9603485327
Description: Demo Session for "SQL Server DBA" has been scheduled on March 30, 2015 08:00 AM IST (March 29, 2015 09:30 PM CST) ?

Demo Session for "SQL Server Developer" has been scheduled on March 30, ?2015 09:30 AM IST (March 29, ?2015 11:00 PM CST)


Run For Jesus 2015 MARATHON

Lb Stadium, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad
Hyderabad
From: Saturday, April 04, 2015
To: Saturday, April 04, 2015
Timings: 5 : 30 AM - 5 : 30 PM
Ticket Price: 200
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Description: Run For Jesus is a Marathon Event .

INDOSIRI WALK-IN on 18th - 19th April 2015

Survey-No-26. Beside SAGE School, Opp: CPRI, Medipally
Hyderabad
From: Saturday, April 18, 2015
To: Sunday, April 19, 2015
Timings: 9 : 0 AM - 5 : 0 PM
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Contact: 91-888 522 3939
Description: INDOSIRI Software Technologies (P) Ltd. is a leading provider of Information Technology and Consulting Services. INDOSIRI is a custom software development company focusing on strategic initiatives of customers, offering full life cycle customization software programming services with multi-shore deliver capabilities. A growing business needs people who are also growing and you'll find INDOSIRI recognizes your interest in building your skills in many ways. INDOSIRI learning programs begin on from the reporting time of your first day and continue throughout your career. By working with INDOSIRI, you will have multiple opportunities to learn and grow, both professionally and personally.

PathFest2015

Hyderabad International Conventional Centre
Hyderabad
From: Monday, April 27, 2015
To: Sunday, May 03, 2015
Timings: 8 : 0 AM - 5 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: 5000
Contact: 9396555888
Description: PathFest2015 is an educational initiative by National Reporting Centre for Ophthalmic Pathology, Centre For Sight in association with Nizam’s institute of Medical Sciences and Basavatarakam Indo-American Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Hyderabad specifically aimed at post-graduate students in Pathology.

    
Government school enrolment falls by 2.27 lakh in Telangana
Saturday, March 28, 2015
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Hyderabad: A staggering 2.27 lakh fewer students went to school in Telangana in the current academic year when compared to the previous year.

The numbers are surprising in the context of enrolment going up in private schools by as much as 40 per cent in the state every year. However, government school enrolments are going down by 9 per cent annually.

After coming to power, the TRS government has been stressing on the importance of government schools and on the need to improve the quality in public schools. However, the government has been unable to arrest the slide in enrollment in public schools.

Enrolment in government schools has gone down by 9 per cent. At the same time, growth in private schools has been phenomenal with 40 per cent in enrolment. Despite this, as many as 2.27 lakh fewer students went to school in the state in this academic year.

Kalwakurthy Congress MLA C. Vamshi Chand Reddy said, “The first reason for decreasing strength is the increasing drop-out rate.” Senior officials in the School Education department added that one of the probable reasons for decreased school strength could be a slowing birth rate.

The fertility rate in erstwhile AP, fell from 2.1 to 1.8 over the last decade. “One of the reasons is that the birth rate in the state has been steadily declining, so lesser children are born,” a senior official of the School Education department said. Critics meanwhile say that despite the government’s verbal stance on regulating private schools, it has done little on that front. “In its manifesto, TRS had promised that its government would form a special commission with the objective of regularising fees in all private schools and improving quality of school education. But till now it has not done anything,” said Vamshi Reddy.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150328/nation-current-affairs/article/government-school-enrolment-falls-227l-telangana-state

Telangana: 7-year school record must to claim fee reimbursement, scholarships
Friday, March 20, 2015
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Hyderabad: The Telangana state government has made it mandatory for students to submit last seven years’ schooling records to claim fee reimbursement and scholarships.

This will be applicable with immediate effect, from the ongoing academic year 2014-15.

The government has allowed online submission of applications on the “e-Pass” website and students have to upload their schooling records to be eligible to claim the benefits, along with other documents like income and caste certificates.

Deputy CM Kadiam Srihari informed the Assembly on Thursday that only students who pursued schooling in TS for a maximum period out of seven years would be extended the benefit as per Article 371 (D) of the Constitution to determine “local status”.

Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari who is also the higher education minister for Telangana, said that Telangana is committed to implement the fee reimbursement scheme.

“As per norms in accordance with the Presidential Order issued under Article 371 (D) of the Constitution to determine the local and non-local status of applicants in education and employment opportunities, the school record of last seven years will be taken into consideration, and wherever a student has pursued education for a longer duration out of this period, he or she will be considered the local of that state,” he said.

Mr Srihari reiterated that the TS government was committed to implementing the fee reimbursement scheme despite severe financial implications on the state exchequer and had no plans of scrapping the scheme in future.

“The government has released Rs 1,790 crore fee arrears of students that were accrued in the undivided Andhra Pradesh during the last four years. This shows the sincerity and commitment of the TRS government towards funding the education of the poor and needy. For the ongoing academic year 2014-15 too, we have launched an online application system recently for which over 40,000 students have already applied. We have made necessary allocations in the budget to extend the benefit to over 16.57 lakh students this year,” he added.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150320/nation-current-affairs/article/telangana-7-year-school-record-must-claim-fee-reimbursement

SSC exams begin from March 25 in Telangana
Friday, March 20, 2015
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Hyderabad: The SSC Class X exams will begin in Telangana state on March 25. About 5.65 lakh students from 10,978 schools in the state will sit for exams this year. A total of 2,383 centres have been marked for the exams.

Barring the second language exam, where students will get 15 extra minutes, all other exams will be held between 9.30 am and 12.15 pm. This will be the first time that the exams will be held in the new pattern that was adopted last year. Written exams for regular candidates will be of 40 marks in each paper, except in the case of the second language that will be of 80 marks. Internal scoring for each subject will be out of 20 marks.

T. Chiranjeevulu, commissioner, school education, said, “Candidates will not be allowed into the exam hall after half-hour of commencement of exam. About 144 flying squads have also been constituted to keep vigil.”

The TSTransco has also been asked to ensure continuous power supply to the exam centres. A control room has been set up in the Directorate of School Education to monitor the conduct of exams.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150320/nation-education/article/ssc-exams-begin-march-25-telangana

Hyderabad: CBSE schools dump the junk
Friday, March 20, 2015
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Hyderabad: The Central Board of Secondary Education has clamped down on consumption of junk food in school canteens and nearby areas.

The Board has made it clear to schools that foods high in fat and sugar like wafers, fried foods, and sugar sweetened beverages should be restricted in schools and nearby areas.

Lauding the move, Simi Nagi, principal of Pallavi Model School, said, “We have been insisting on children getting home-cooked food. Chips are particularly a no-no in school. Yet there are times when we find sandwiches, burgers and French fries finding their way into meals. After three warnings, if it still continues, parents are called and they are explained the harmful effects of these foods.”

With the rising incidence of obesity in children, these days quite a few assembly sessions in schools deal with issues of nutritional food and a well-balanced diet.

Senior teacher Namita Yadav said, “We are asking parents to make the food interesting for their children. Hence making chapatis in different shapes or stuffed parathas in geometric sizes will interest children and they will develop the right taste buds.”

In some schools, parents are asked to make traditional lunches for children. There are some schools in RTC Colony, Trimulgherry, Alwal and also in Kompally, which have picked up this trend. The food items are mostly divided between two to three parents and on special occasions they arrange these lunches.

Parent Razia Jaorawala, said, “I find it very good, especially for children in primary section. They get to taste different kinds of traditional foods and their taste buds are accepting a variety of foods and adapting to it.”

Junk foods are mostly seen on TV and also on pamphlets and hoardings, making children yearn for them. School counsellor Suzzane Dias explained, “Lecturing small children does not help as they will not be able to understand. We have to work in the other direction by making them first adapt to healthy and balanced diets. Developing the right taste buds is an important challenge for children while parents have to understand that easy options are harming their children in the long run.”


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150320/nation-current-affairs/article/hyderabad-cbse-schools-dump-junk

Telangana to keep an eye on tutorials
Friday, March 20, 2015
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Hyderabad: In a bid to regulate and exercise control over coaching institutions, the Telangana state government is planning to enumerate all coaching institutions in the state.

The government is planning to freshly implement the 18-year-old AP Tutorial Institutions (Registration and Regulation) Rules. The rules were framed during the Chandrababu Naidu regime, but were never implemented. Under the rules, like schools and colleges, all coaching institutions have to be registered with the government and can run only with government permission. Registration of any coaching centres can be cancelled if the government feels there are technical lapses. The rules also provide for infrastructural facilities that coaching institutions are expected to provide to students. T. Chiranjeevulu, commissioner of school education, said, “We will enumerate all the coaching institutions currently running and issue notices for registrations. Details of all coaching institutions will be put up on a website.”

According to the rules, coaching centres have to provide details of the infrastructural and sanitary facilities. Each student shall have five to seven square feet space while a section or class can have a maximum of 30 students only. Requisite equipment and laboratories should also be provided.


Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/150320/nation-education/article/telangana-keep-eye-tutorials

    
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