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Students missing school for 30 days to be striked off register

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“We have asked them to honestly put names of students, who have not attended school for a month at a stretch in the dropbox, from which we can calculate the actual rate of out-of-school students,” said Nand Kumar.

“We have asked them to honestly put names of students, who have not attended school for a month at a stretch in the dropbox, from which we can calculate the actual rate of out-of-school students,” said Nand Kumar.

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Education loans have gone beyond students’ reach

Monday, 14 August 2017

Education has become a commodity. We have created an unequal access to education, which has become a source of discrimination. It is for the rich only, while the poor suffer. With rising private college fees, poor students are struggling

Education has become a commodity. We have created an unequal access to education, which has become a source of discrimination. It is for the rich only, while the poor suffer. With rising private college fees, poor students are struggling

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Is symbolism taking over our educational institutions?

Saturday, 5 August 2017

JNU VC had recently announced that the varsity will soon host an army tank in its premises to remind students of sacrifices made by our soldiers. But is this kind of tokenism really needed to inculcate patriotism among students?

JNU VC had recently announced that the varsity will soon host an army tank in its premises to remind students of sacrifices made by our soldiers. But is this kind of tokenism really needed to inculcate patriotism among students?

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Education loans inadequate for course, claim medical students

Friday, 4 August 2017

FRA DEFENDS MEDICAL FEE HIKE
Sakal Times contacted officials from the Fee Regulation Authority (FRA) regarding the unprecedented fee hike in medical colleges. An FRA member said, “The FRA inspects whether a college is utilising the finance credit given to them wisely. The fees is regulated as per the college requirements. According to the FRA policy, there is a raise in fee with every new batch. Also, students can get to know the official fee structure of all private colleges through our website. Although there is no separate provision announced to private colleges to declare their fee structure online, many colleges still put up all required information on their college website.”

FRA DEFENDS MEDICAL FEE HIKE
Sakal Times contacted officials from the Fee Regulation Authority (FRA) regarding the unprecedented fee hike in medical colleges. An FRA member said, “The FRA inspects whether a college is utilising the finance credit given to them wisely. The fees is regulated as per the college requirements. According to the FRA policy, there is a raise in fee with every new batch. Also, students can get to know the official fee structure of all private colleges through our website. Although there is no separate provision announced to private colleges to declare their fee structure online, many colleges still put up all required information on their college website.”

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No transgender pupil applied for IGNOU

Thursday, 3 August 2017

The university is planning to reach transgenders by conducting seminars related to health, hygiene and education. Hence, we have extended the date and are trying to publicise it to reach them,” said Senior Regional Manager of IGNOU, Masood Parveez

The university is planning to reach transgenders by conducting seminars related to health, hygiene and education. Hence, we have extended the date and are trying to publicise it to reach them,” said Senior Regional Manager of IGNOU, Masood Parveez

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GST Effect: Shortage of medicines at Pune Cantonment hospital

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Pune: The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Cantonment General Hospital (SVPCGH), run by Pune Cantonment Board (PCB), had been facing a shortage of medicines after the roll out of Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Many drug dealers and distributors had stopped stocking up medicines since GST was announced, anticipating the difference in tax payment and refunds post implementation. This had led to a shortage of supply of medicine in hospitals , including SVPCGH.

Pune: The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Cantonment General Hospital (SVPCGH), run by Pune Cantonment Board (PCB), had been facing a shortage of medicines after the roll out of Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Many drug dealers and distributors had stopped stocking up medicines since GST was announced, anticipating the difference in tax payment and refunds post implementation. This had led to a shortage of supply of medicine in hospitals , including SVPCGH.

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VET applicable from August 1 by all Cantonment boards

Monday, 31 July 2017

Pune: The Pune, Khadki and Dehu Road cantonment boards will restart levying of Vehicle Entry Tax (VET) from August 1 midnight.

The collection of VET was stopped in all cantonments after Goods and Service Tax (GST) came into effect, due to which all boards incurred a massive revenue loss. The regulation was passed after all cantonment boards received a letter from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) stating that VET is not included under GST.

Pune: The Pune, Khadki and Dehu Road cantonment boards will restart levying of Vehicle Entry Tax (VET) from August 1 midnight.

The collection of VET was stopped in all cantonments after Goods and Service Tax (GST) came into effect, due to which all boards incurred a massive revenue loss. The regulation was passed after all cantonment boards received a letter from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) stating that VET is not included under GST.

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Nitin Sonawane on world tour to spread Gandhian thoughts

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Sonawane was raised in a conservative environment, hailing from a village Rashin near Karjat taluka in Ahmednagar district. He said that he was more spiritual and religious than radical.

Sonawane was raised in a conservative environment, hailing from a village Rashin near Karjat taluka in Ahmednagar district. He said that he was more spiritual and religious than radical.

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Ayurveda’s popularity fails to carve niche

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Pune: Although many professionals are turning towards Ayurveda for its holistic approach for treating various maladies, this branch of medicine has lesser takers as students have been taking up modern medicine in large number.

Pune: Although many professionals are turning towards Ayurveda for its holistic approach for treating various maladies, this branch of medicine has lesser takers as students have been taking up modern medicine in large number.

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UGC cuts no. of applicants, who qualify to 6 pc

Friday, 21 July 2017

With the annual NET exam, we will be losing a second chance to take the exam in the same year. Earlier, in case one could not pass in the first attempt, a student had a chance to give another attempt . Now, a student will have to wait for another year. And now that they have reduced the qualifying criteria to 6 per cent, it gives a slim chance for candidates to achieve it,” said Sandip Mardhal, a second-year student of department of Hindi of Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), who is aspiring for Junior Fellowship

With the annual NET exam, we will be losing a second chance to take the exam in the same year. Earlier, in case one could not pass in the first attempt, a student had a chance to give another attempt . Now, a student will have to wait for another year. And now that they have reduced the qualifying criteria to 6 per cent, it gives a slim chance for candidates to achieve it,” said Sandip Mardhal, a second-year student of department of Hindi of Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), who is aspiring for Junior Fellowship

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