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« on: November 17, 2010, 08:25:17 AM »
Nov 16, 2010, 09.26pm IST LUDHIANA: The usual claim of shortage of teachers imparting education in government schools has been proved false after information was sought under Right to Information Act (RTI).

As per the reply of the authority concerned there are a total of 2,373 teachers for 84,002 students in government schools in the district, where as there should be 2,100 teachers according to the norms of one teacher for every 40 students under the Right to Education Act, 2009.

"The major reason for this disparity is political interference in transfers of teachers that has resulted in this disparity contrary to the claims of the government of bringing about education reforms," said RTI activist Rohit Sabharwal.

In the information sought by the activist from the district education officer he had demanded comprehensive information about implementation of the Right to Education Act, 2009 in addition to other related information. The department has given an elaborate detail of the number of students in government schools in every village and the teachers as well.

There are numerous examples of disparity in the number of students and teachers in these villages.

There are three teachers for 622 students in Dhandhari Khurd against the requirement of at least 16 teachers, there are nine teachers for 328 students in the village Dad.

In Mundian Kalan there are four teachers for 482 students against the requirement of at least 13 teachers according to the norms, there are 10 teachers for 346 students in Dakha while there should be at least eight teachers, five teachers for 151 students in Salempur attest the disparity that has many more such examples.

"Department has failed to allocate jobs to teachers properly as per the requirement and the department also says that they are yet to receive the Right to Education Act, 2009 from the department," added Sabharwal.
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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2010, 08:27:05 AM »
Tune into PU's radio station today

CHANDIGARH: After a long wait, Panjab University's community radio would go on air at 91.2 FM from Tuesday, with its first programme scheduled to be a special discussion on 'Media and Education' featuring people from all walks of life. The programme would be run in three slots of half-hour each. A section would also focus on PU bulletins that would be aired within a 7-km range.

Station manager Kanwaljit Singh said city residents would get another radio station to tune into from Tuesday. ''It won't work round the clock initially and there will be three half-hour programmes aired at 11 am, 1.30pm and 5pm daily,'' he added.

Singh said the first segment over media and education would have panelists from the fields of media, academics and society. The station would also air news and information related to the university. A slot for PU bulletin will be kept in between programmes, with students of the mass communication department going live during this time, an official added.

''We are preparing a bank of programmes and will soon increase the on-air duration,'' Singh said. The university is also in the process of developing programme content related to health and hygiene. The station has been named Jyotirgamaya and its tagline is 'Parho Aur Parhao' (read and teach).



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 RTE Section-16 Notification

[download]http://download.ssapunjab.org/sub/instructions/2010/December/RTESection16Notification15.03.2011.pdf[/download]

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« Reply #9 on: November 15, 2011, 01:21:55 PM »
any body plz tell me can i have any kind of inf direct through RTI from BDPO office? from where i can get application form?

 

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