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« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2012, 12:22:35 PM »
Explain delay in giving free school books to poor - Court

April 16, 2012
New Delhi: Expressing anguish over the government's failure to print and distribute free books to over 18 lakh poor students in state-run schools, the Delhi High Court on Friday sought an explanation for the delay.

A division bench of Acting Chief Justice A.K. Sikri and Justice R.S. Endlaw sought an explanation from the education director by April 25.

The court expressed concern that even after the commencement of the new academic session the poor students in Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) and Delhi government schools were without books.

"How would the students do their home work in summer vacations without the books?" asked the court.

"Why have you not started the process of tendering and printing books in advance?"

The judges' remark came after advocate Ashok Agarwal brought to their notice that over 10 lakh students studying in MCD primary schools and eight lakh students in state government schools were without books.

Agrawal told the court that the study material including bags, textbooks, exercise books and pencils should have been given to the students on the day their annual result was declared in March.

"Failing to do so, is no less a criminal negligence on the part of the authorities and it also makes a mockery of the right to education," Agarwal said.

The Delhi Bureau of Textbooks, an autonomous body supervised by the education directorate, has the copyright over National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) textbooks which it reprints in Hindi. But it is yet to print and supply new books in the current session.

The books printed by the bureau are bought by all government and government-aided schools and distributed to students free. IANS

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« Reply #3 on: May 03, 2012, 05:07:54 PM »
Norms and standards to improve quality of education

May 03, 2012
New Delhi: The increase in the number of enrolment has led to a decline in the quality of education, and it has also bought pressure on the existing school facilities. In order to overcome this problem the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 lays down norms and standards for infrastructure, teachers, teaching learning equipment etc.

The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has further, conducted two rounds of National Learners' Achievement Surveys for classes III, V and VII. The findings of these two rounds of National, Learners' Achievement Surveys do not show any decline, but point to improvement in average learning achievement level of children.

National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 lays emphasis on ensuring that learning shifts away from rote methods, and on enriching the curriculum to provide for over all development of children, rather than remain textbook centric. The RTE Act also provides that the curriculum and evaluation procedure shall inter alia take into consideration the all round development of the child, building up the child's knowledge, potentiality and talent, and learning through activities, discovery and exploration in a child friendly and child centered manner.

States have been asked to undertake curriculum renewal in accordance with the principles of NCF-2005 and the provisions of the RTE Act, 2009. Several states have already initiated the process. SSA provides support to the states for both undertaking the curriculum renewal and training of resource persons and teachers.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Dr. D. Purandeswari, in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha on Wednesday.

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« Reply #4 on: October 29, 2012, 08:12:01 PM »
primary teachers ne ncert mutabik 8-14 saal tak de bachean nu  4 math skills develop krwaonian hundian han,mother tongue  write &read de yog karna hunda a,environment bare desna hunda a.

     kade paro punjab ,kadi parvesh  EH KI


.bachian hazar hon na hon nam nahi katna,kadi kise jamat vich rokna nahi, kise parkar di koi punshment nahi. phir teacheran de ki lod hai,projecter te jan ciname la jao,hathi kam karn ton manhi,jado ki pehlan  sandesh GURU NANAK SAHIB ne hathi kam karn da dita si. ki parvesh jan paro punjab  NCERT,SCERT MUTABIK SAHI HAI.  ki teacheran nu prahuna nahi  aonda . iuk war jarur soch ki daseo

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« Reply #5 on: October 29, 2012, 08:25:42 PM »
teachers nu padauna bilkul nahi aaunda,is karke sarkar nu new project shuru karne painde han...har sarkar nu chahida hai k apne mantria nu bi schoola te seminara vich bheje ta ki asi sare uhna to padaun de tarike sikh sakiay,pahla sarkar ne locals pritinidha nu bi principals de docters day kam kaaj bare nrikhan lai bhejia si.jihna to bahut gyan hasil kita gaya.ha ha ha.
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« Reply #6 on: October 29, 2012, 08:43:10 PM »
varinder ji khub.
tohade  teacher han hi seel gaan.
 jida  g karda a chon beh janda a.hahaha......

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« Reply #8 on: June 25, 2013, 06:15:57 PM »
NCERT asked to remove sentence from geography book

Guwahati, Jun 25 (PTI) NCERT has been asked by the Union Tourism ministry to remove a line from the class tenth geography textbook which stated that tourism has not been encouraged in north-eastern states and interior parts of the Himalayas due to "strategic reasons".

This was done following a Guwahati school student Kavya Barnadhya Hazarika's query to the Prime Minister and President's secretariat to clarify what the "strategic reasons" were.

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« Reply #9 on: March 24, 2015, 06:43:03 AM »
NCERT says no heavy bags, only 2 textbooks till class II
TNN | Mar 22, 2015, 05.52 PM IST

INDORE: National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), in a reply to RTI over loading children with heavy schools bags, claimed to have prescribed only two text books for class I and II while three books for students from class III to V.

RTI activist Rajendra Gupta sought guidelines, if any, on the weight of school bags from NCERT. NCERT in its reply mentioned that National Curriculum Framework (NCF), 2005 had advocated for reducing the weight of school bags. "Suggestions have been sent to all government and private schools," reads NCERT reply. Also, the activist had wrote a letter to PMO and human resource ministry apprising them about harmful effects of heavily loading children with school bags.

Highlighting the syllabus in RTI reply, the NCERT had categorically mentioned only two text books English and maths were prescribed for students of class I and II, while an additional book on environment was prescribed for students of class III to V. So there are only three books for the students up to class V.

Principal of Advanced Academy Manoj Bajpai said guidelines of NCF, 2005 is only for Central Schools. Nevertheless all schools follow it. "Books of students from nursery to Class II is kept in school so they do not need to carry heavy bags, in class III to V school teaches subjects like english, hindi, math and environmental science along with computers," said Bajpai adding that schools are concerned about the health of the children.

However, Gupta claimed that schools flout norms blatantly. "They frame their own syllabus and add as many subjects as possible, besides the three subjects prescribed by NCERT, in the name of optional subjects. He added that most of the children of private schools are forced to carry heavy school bags.

 

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