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Teachers News Daily Updated
« on: September 05, 2010, 07:56:35 AM »
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BEd teachers protest
Tribune News Service

Fatehgarh Sahib, February 15
The B.Ed Teacher's Front today burnt the effigy of Punjab government and raised slogans against Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy CM Sukhbir Badal.

The leaders of teachers' body alleged that father-son duo is misguiding masses and especially teacher's community by issuing false statements.

District president of the front, Sohan Singh, alleged that about 14,000 teachers were to be recruited by the government but only 8,000 of them were given jobs. Rest 6,000 vacancies are still lying vacant.

The spokesperson added that when teachers tried to enquire about the fate of the remaining teachers during CM's Vikas Yatra, Badal assured that the list of teachers is ready, and they would soon be inducted.

?However, concerned authorities refuted claims of CM and said they don't have any such list with them,? he added.

He said the Badal's are trying to befool the masses with their sops worth crores. ?These ministers are returning the hard earned money of the public in form of sops to woo votes for Lok Sabha elections,? said another teacher.

Press secretary, Joginder Singh, Harmeet Singh, Satnam Singh, Shingara Singh and a large number of other teachers were present during the occasion.
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« Reply #1 on: September 18, 2010, 10:23:55 AM »
Single entrance test
It will reduce students' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''stress

Students will no longer be bogged down by the multiplicity of entrance tests. Union HRD Minster Kapil Sibal, who has initiated many reforms in the education system, including making the CBSE Class X board examination optional, has once again taken an appreciable decision. Students of Class XI1 seeking admission to medical and engineering colleges will have to take one single entrance test by 2013. The proposed change that shall be preceded by a uniform science and maths curriculum for the students of Class XI and XII across the nation to facilitate the common test is undeniably a step in the right direction. Even more heartening is the fact that the higher secondary boards in the country have agreed to the core curriculum.

There is little doubt that multiple entrance tests not only create undue stress on students' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''minds but also lead to a cramming culture. The situation that prevails is one of the main reasons for the mushrooming of teaching shops that go by the name of coaching institutes. The advantages of a single entrance test are being realised by educationists in India. Earlier even the MCI had mooted a single common entrance test for all medical colleges in the country. Prestigious institutes like the IIMs and the IITs already have their common entrance tests. Now, the new single entrance test that will ensure admission to all engineering and medical courses will hopefully curb malpractices, often reported in private medical and dental colleges. Even the IIT admission procedure has come under cloud.

While both single entrance test and core curriculum will help students and ensure uniform evaluation and education, efforts must be made to improve the curriculum as well. Student-friendly initiatives should go hand-in-hand with upgrading the quality of education. The task force, which shall be constituted for the national entrance test proposal, too must have the welfare of students uppermost in its mind. While evolving a fair criterion for the entrance test, it must ensure that merit prevails. To truly make it a ' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  ' ' ' ''    ''  '  "milestone in the history of education' '   '  '' '    '' ' '   '' ' ' ''    ''  ' ' '    ''' '   ''  '  ' '    '' , as Mr Sibal thinks it is, all irritants, including the concerns of different states, will have to be sorted out. Implementing a change of such a magnitude will require both will and resources.

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School education outlay up by Rs 4,200 cr
Rs 500 crore to subsidise higher education for poor
Aditi Tandon
Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 26
Committed to the implementation of Right to Education Act, the government today increased the allocation for school education and literacy by Rs 4236 crore over the last year.

As against the allocation of Rs 26, 800 crore in 2009-2010, the school sector will get Rs 31, 036 crore this year, with the Budget also reserving Rs 3675 crore additional money for the states to implement the RTE Act which guarantees free and compulsory elementary education to children 6-14 age-group. The Act will roll from April 1.

?States will have access to Rs 3675 crore for elementary education under the 13th Finance Commission grants for the current year,? said Pranab Mukherjee. The Tribune has yesterday reported the Finance Commission?s recommendation to the government to reserve Rs 20,000 crore over the next five years to enable states to ensure children?s right to elementary education. The government has accepted the recommendation, as requested by the Human Resource Development Ministry.

Overall, the education sector has got Rs 42, 036 crore this year as against Rs 36, 400 crore last time - a hike of 15.4 per cent more. Out of this, major hike has been for school education, with RTE Act on mind. The higher education sector has seen a marginal budgetary raise from Rs 9600 crore to Rs 11,000 crore this year, as against the last year, when it received a major boost.

This time, the FM has reserved Rs 500 crore for the Educational Loan Interest Subsidy Scheme for students with meagre financial means. The scheme, earlier announced by HRD Minister Kapil Sibal, seeks to provide subsidy on the interest on loan borrowed from the banks, under the educational loan scheme circulated by the Indian Bank Association for perusing professional education.

Another sum of Rs 40 crore has been set aside for the effective implementation of reforms in higher education.

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