Karnataka Schools


'Karnataka Schools' - 9 News Result(s)

  • 1,000 Karnataka Schools To Turn English Medium By Year-End

    1,000 Karnataka Schools To Turn English Medium By Year-End

    Kannada is still the medium of instruction at government schools across Karnataka, despite a provision in the 2018 state budget to promote the use of English at 1,000 such institutions. Officials in chief minister HD Kumaraswamy's office, however, claimed the government has not deviated from its objective.

  • Biocon Chief Kiran Shaw, Kannada Development Authority Quarrel Over Tweet

    Biocon Chief Kiran Shaw, Kannada Development Authority Quarrel Over Tweet

    A war of words has erupted between Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and Kannada Development Authority after she called the KDA "an insignificant group of naysayers" for opposing the state government's proposal to introduce English medium classes in 1,000 primary schools.

  • School Admission In Karnataka Under RTE Quota Likely To Begin Today; Aadhaar Mandatory

    School Admission In Karnataka Under RTE Quota Likely To Begin Today; Aadhaar Mandatory

    The application process for admission to LKG and Class I to Karnataka schools under Right to Education act will likely begin today. The process will be online and this time Aadhaar number has been made mandatory to eliminate any risk of duplication in the application process.

  • Karnataka Schools Shut For 2 Days As Bus Staff Strike

    Karnataka Schools Shut For 2 Days As Bus Staff Strike

    Normal life was affected today across Karnataka, including , with over one lakh employees of four state road transport corporations commencing an indefinite strike, seeking wage hike.

  • In Karnataka, School Students to Learn From IIM Teachers Through Virtual Classrooms

    In Karnataka, School Students to Learn From IIM Teachers Through Virtual Classrooms

    After the visuals of mass copying and money taped to an answer sheet in Bihar made headlines, an ongoing project in Karnataka offers more positive news.

  • Falling birth rates hit school enrollment in Karnataka

    Falling birth rates have affected enrollment in Karnataka schools, with more than 3200 schools have less than 10 students each, a Government appointed commission has found. There are 693 government schools having five or less enrollment with 836 teachers and 2510 schools having 10 or less enrollment with 3394 teachers working against the sanctioned...

  • Child rights body seeks report from Karnataka on RTE opposition

    The National Commission on Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) on Thursday sought a report from the Karnataka government after incidents of discrimination against poor students in defiance of provisions of the Right to Education (RTE) act were reported in the state Action Taken Report (ATR) within a week.

  • Karnataka schools launch week-long bandh over RTE as talks fail

    Unaided schools today decided to launch a week-long bandh as talks between their managements and Karnataka government on the implementation of the Right to Education Act, broke down, sources said. Education Department secretary G Kumar Naik engaged the schools in a dialogue, but the latter decided to continue with their week-long school bandh launc...

  • Ayodhya verdict: Educational institutions in Karnataka to remain closed

    Ayodhya verdict: Educational institutions in Karnataka to remain closed

    With just two days left for the verdict on Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, the Karnataka government today declared September 24 and 25 as holidays for all the educational institutions in the state as a preventive measure.Also, mobile connectivity will be be suspended on the verdict day. Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa said the government had ta...

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'Karnataka Schools' - 9 News Result(s)

  • 1,000 Karnataka Schools To Turn English Medium By Year-End

    1,000 Karnataka Schools To Turn English Medium By Year-End

    Kannada is still the medium of instruction at government schools across Karnataka, despite a provision in the 2018 state budget to promote the use of English at 1,000 such institutions. Officials in chief minister HD Kumaraswamy's office, however, claimed the government has not deviated from its objective.

  • Biocon Chief Kiran Shaw, Kannada Development Authority Quarrel Over Tweet

    Biocon Chief Kiran Shaw, Kannada Development Authority Quarrel Over Tweet

    A war of words has erupted between Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and Kannada Development Authority after she called the KDA "an insignificant group of naysayers" for opposing the state government's proposal to introduce English medium classes in 1,000 primary schools.

  • School Admission In Karnataka Under RTE Quota Likely To Begin Today; Aadhaar Mandatory

    School Admission In Karnataka Under RTE Quota Likely To Begin Today; Aadhaar Mandatory

    The application process for admission to LKG and Class I to Karnataka schools under Right to Education act will likely begin today. The process will be online and this time Aadhaar number has been made mandatory to eliminate any risk of duplication in the application process.

  • Karnataka Schools Shut For 2 Days As Bus Staff Strike

    Karnataka Schools Shut For 2 Days As Bus Staff Strike

    Normal life was affected today across Karnataka, including , with over one lakh employees of four state road transport corporations commencing an indefinite strike, seeking wage hike.

  • In Karnataka, School Students to Learn From IIM Teachers Through Virtual Classrooms

    In Karnataka, School Students to Learn From IIM Teachers Through Virtual Classrooms

    After the visuals of mass copying and money taped to an answer sheet in Bihar made headlines, an ongoing project in Karnataka offers more positive news.

  • Falling birth rates hit school enrollment in Karnataka

    Falling birth rates have affected enrollment in Karnataka schools, with more than 3200 schools have less than 10 students each, a Government appointed commission has found. There are 693 government schools having five or less enrollment with 836 teachers and 2510 schools having 10 or less enrollment with 3394 teachers working against the sanctioned...

  • Child rights body seeks report from Karnataka on RTE opposition

    The National Commission on Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) on Thursday sought a report from the Karnataka government after incidents of discrimination against poor students in defiance of provisions of the Right to Education (RTE) act were reported in the state Action Taken Report (ATR) within a week.

  • Karnataka schools launch week-long bandh over RTE as talks fail

    Unaided schools today decided to launch a week-long bandh as talks between their managements and Karnataka government on the implementation of the Right to Education Act, broke down, sources said. Education Department secretary G Kumar Naik engaged the schools in a dialogue, but the latter decided to continue with their week-long school bandh launc...

  • Ayodhya verdict: Educational institutions in Karnataka to remain closed

    Ayodhya verdict: Educational institutions in Karnataka to remain closed

    With just two days left for the verdict on Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, the Karnataka government today declared September 24 and 25 as holidays for all the educational institutions in the state as a preventive measure.Also, mobile connectivity will be be suspended on the verdict day. Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa said the government had ta...

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