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After PM, Goa CM urges all MLAs to promote tree-plantation

PANAJI:  Taking cue from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal letters to sarpanchas across the country urging their participation in water harvesting efforts, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant has urged all state ministers and MLAs to undertake tree plantation to increase Goa's green cover.

Punjab Education Minister prohibits sale of uniform and books in school premises

CHANDIGARH: Taking strict note of the reports of economic exploitation of parents by the managements of certain private schools, Mr.Vijay Inder Singla Education Minister Punjab has issued directions that all the private schools affiliated to CBSE/ICSE and Punjab School Education Board across the State shall not direct or compel parents to buy school uniform and books from an earmarked shop/firm. The sale of uniform and books within the school premises has also been prohibited, henceforth.

Comprehensive & Foolproof measures in offing for eradicating doping menace: Rana Sodhi

CHANDIGARH: “The Punjab Government would leave no stone unturned to eradicate the menace of doping from sporting arena and weaning the youth away from this peril.”

JAC Delegation meets Ex-PM of India

MOHALI: A delegation of Joint Action Committee (JAC) met Ex-Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh at New Delhi. Chairman, JAC, Ashwani Sekhri; President, Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA), Dr. Anshu Kataria; President, ETT Federation, Nirmal Singh Ji etc were the part of the delegation.  

Punjab Govt launches campaign to eradicate child labour from the state: Sidhu

CHANDIGARH: In a bid to completely eradicate the social evil of child labour from the State, the Punjab Government today launched a dedicate campaign which will last till 21 June to nab the offenders who are still engaging the children below 14 years of age in hazardous activities.

Modi's major minority outreach: Slew of plans to be rolled out soon

NEW DELHI: The Modi government is working on a major outreach to the minorities in the country through a slew of programmes, including building of educational infrastructure, encouragement to girls education and expanding the scholarship scheme.

To catch erring officials in the act, Yogi plans surprise checks across UP

NEW DELHI:  Amid a sharp spike in crime and worsening law and order situation across Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is set to launch a whirlwind "feedback tour" of the state, starting June 16, state government sources said.

Woman and two children burnt alive in fire in Haryana

CHANDIGARH: Deputy Commissioner, Faridabad, Ashok Kumar Garg has expressed deep condolences on the death of a woman and her two children due to a tragic fire incident in a house and playway school in Dabua area of Faridabad city.

Haryana to start recruitment drive for government jobs

CHANDIGARH: After the massive victory in the Lok Sabha elections, in the next 100 days, the Haryana Government will initiate recruitment process for government jobs along with improving the level of education in schools and colleges, strengthening security system and improving health services besides focusing on permanent solutions to problems of every section of the society.

Punjab Governor presides over interaction session with Chandigarh school principals

CHANDIGARH: An interactive session was held at the conference hall of U.T. State Guest House with the Principals of Senior Secondary Schools and Heads of Secondary Schools of  Chandigarh. on Thursday.

Delhi to get CCTVs from Saturday: Kejriwal

NEW DELHI: After four years of struggle and a long battle with the Central government-appointed Lieutenant Governor, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party's flagship CCTV project will start from June 8, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday.

Writer Swanand Kirkire says youth awareness vital for change

MUMBAI: National Award-winning lyricist Swanand Kirkire, who has penned the song "Hawa aane de", which talks about the perils of air pollution, says the young generation should be made aware of these issues in schools.

Row over 'arms training' at Thane BJP MLA's school

THANE: A controversy erupted over alleged 'weapons training' being imparted to students at a Mira Road town school, owned by local Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator Narendra Mehta, here on Sunday.

Jindal B-School hosts over 70 recruiters, scripts impressive placement record

The Sonipat-based Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) was a favoured choice for over 70 top recruiters in 2019, with international placements and top salary packages for their fresh graduates touching Rs 30 lakh per annum.

Helpful Tips to Crack SNAP 2019 Exam

The Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) is a national level common entrance exam for securing admission in the MBA Programmes in the 15 Symbiosis Institutes affiliated to Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune, including the highly-sought after SIBM and SCMHRD management institutes. The SNAP exam is conducted in an online mode only in a single session, consisting of multiple choice questions to be attempted in a duration of 120 minutes. The SNAP 2019 exam will be held on December 15, 2019.

Helpful Tips to Crack SNAP 2019 Exam

The Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) is a national level common entrance exam for securing admission in the MBA Programmes in the 15 Symbiosis Institutes affiliated to Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune, including the highly-sought after SIBM and SCMHRD management institutes. The SNAP exam is conducted in an online mode only in a single session, consisting of multiple choice questions to be attempted in a duration of 120 minutes. The SNAP 2019 exam will be held on December 15, 2019.

Anti-ragging rules to be extended in Chandigarh schools

Soon anti-ragging rules will be extended in schools also in Chandigarh. The Union Grants Commission (UGC) has found that the menace was also making inroads in schools. Hence, the Commission has decided to extend the area of operation of anti-ragging rules to schools. Despite the fact that the universities, colleges and higher educational institutes have banned ragging which of the results in untoward incidents including death it has perpetrated with impunity. 

Delhi to hold special coaching to improve Board results

Weeks after the CBSE announced the Class 10 and 12 results, the Delhi government is working out a strategy and planning for organising special classes to improve the board results by giving special focus on subjects in which students have scored the lowest marks.

MP Collector's daughter studies in 'anganwadi'

Katni district Collector in Madhya Pradesh, Pankaj Jain, an IAS officer, sends his daughter to an 'anganwadi' - a rural child care centre - for her pre-school learning, saying it was better than many private play schools in the area.

Punjab DGP sets priorities to control terrorist crimes, gangsters, drugs

CHANDIGARH:  Aiming at control of crimes and elimination of drug menace,Punjab Director General of Police Dinkar Gupta today set the priorities for the Punjab police and stressed upon to put effective control on terrorist crimes, gangster activities, drive against drugs and heinous crimes in the states. In addition to this, he also directed the field officers to prevent and control the crimes against women and redress the public grievances on priority.

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