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  1. Replying to an RTI query, ministry’s central public information officer (CPIO) Anand Prakash, also the deputy secretary, informed that he had directed the department of school education to take necessary action on the issues related to MHRD urgently, as directed by Madras HC. He also sent a copy of his reply to Dr Indrajit Khandekar, professor and in-charge of Clinical Forensic Medicine Unit (CFMU) at Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS), Sevagram. In the order, justice N Kirubalan had directed the central government to take a decision to introduce free and compulsory comprehensive sexuality education at the high school level. It should be done to enable students to understand gender identity, sexuality, age-related physical changes and problems, and to protect themselves from sexual advances and abuses. “India has its commitment under United Nations International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Agenda 1994, affirming the sexual and reproductive rights (SRRs) of adolescents and young people as per Article 253 of the Constitution of India,” the judge had said.
  2. The Union ministry of women and child development has asked the MHRD’s department of school education to act on introduction of “comprehensive sexuality education” Replying to an RTI query, ministry’s central public information officer (CPIO) Anand Prakash, also the deputy secretary, informed that he had directed the department of school education to take necessary action on the issues related to MHRD urgently, as directed by Madras HC. He also sent a copy of his reply to Dr Indrajit Khandekar, professor and in-charge of Clinical Forensic Medicine Unit (CFMU) at Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS), Sevagram. In the order, justice N Kirubalan had directed the central government to take a decision to introduce free and compulsory comprehensive sexuality education at the high school level. It should be done to enable students to understand gender identity, sexuality, age-related physical changes and problems, and to protect themselves from sexual advances and abuses. “India has its commitment under United Nations International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Agenda 1994, affirming the sexual and reproductive rights (SRRs) of adolescents and young people as per Article 253 of the Constitution of India,” the judge had said. View full entry
  3. Thane is a hotbed of illegal schools, the number of which continues to increase every year, reveals an RTI (Right to Information) query. The RTI response revealed that year 2018-19 saw the number of illegal schools rise to 62. Of these 62, the maximum increase was seen in English medium schools — 49 schools compared to last year's 38. The RTI response revealed that year 2018-19 saw the number of illegal schools rise to 62. The number of illegal schools for the financial year 2017-18 was 55, as reported by DNA in April this year. And in 2016-17, there were 39 such schools in Thane. Of these 62, the maximum increase was seen in English medium schools — 49 schools compared to last year's 38. The number of illegal Hindi medium schools have grown to 10 from last year's eight. On the other hand, the number of illegal Marathi medium schools have declined from seven to three. Most of these illegal schools are in Mumbra, Kalwa and Diva. There are over 271 civic, government, aided, unaided and private recognised schools in Thane. And 184 are unaided but recognised private schools in Thane. When contacted Manish Joshi, deputy commissioner- education, TMC confirmed that such schools mushroom in Mumbra, Diva. "People want schools at their doorstep, and are least bothered to know whether it is legal or illegal," says Joshi.
  4. The RTI response revealed that year 2018-19 saw the number of illegal schools rise to 62. Of these 62, the maximum increase was seen in English medium schools — 49 schools compared to last year's 38. Thane is a hotbed of illegal schools, the number of which continues to increase every year, reveals an RTI (Right to Information) query. The RTI response revealed that year 2018-19 saw the number of illegal schools rise to 62. Of these 62, the maximum increase was seen in English medium schools — 49 schools compared to last year's 38. The RTI response revealed that year 2018-19 saw the number of illegal schools rise to 62. The number of illegal schools for the financial year 2017-18 was 55, as reported by DNA in April this year. And in 2016-17, there were 39 such schools in Thane. Of these 62, the maximum increase was seen in English medium schools — 49 schools compared to last year's 38. The number of illegal Hindi medium schools have grown to 10 from last year's eight. On the other hand, the number of illegal Marathi medium schools have declined from seven to three. Most of these illegal schools are in Mumbra, Kalwa and Diva. There are over 271 civic, government, aided, unaided and private recognised schools in Thane. And 184 are unaided but recognised private schools in Thane. When contacted Manish Joshi, deputy commissioner- education, TMC confirmed that such schools mushroom in Mumbra, Diva. "People want schools at their doorstep, and are least bothered to know whether it is legal or illegal," says Joshi. View full entry
  5. Nearly 600 of Delhi's government schools are running headless and some of them for the past six years, according to an RTI reply. According to the information sought under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, there are 918 posts of principals in 1,024 Delhi government schools. Some 106 schools don't have such posts. Out of 918 posts of principals, 595 are lying vacant, the reply revealed. It said 768 vice principals are holding the charge of the head of the school "due to principals not physically working or some schools have(ing) no post of principal". "As on July 12, 595 posts of principals are vacant out of 918," it said. And of 323 principals, 71 have been re-employed after their superannuation. In most of the schools, the post is vacant for more than a year and some have not had principals for the past several years. But the recruitment of principals in Delhi government schools is done by the Union Public Service Commission. Asked about the huge number of vacant principal posts, AAP leader Atishi Marlena said the recruitment is a matter of Services that is being currently looked after by the Lieutenant Governor -- the central government's representative on administrative affairs of the national capital.
  6. 65% of Delhi Government Schools are without principals despite 26 per cent of its budgetary expenses for education. Nearly 600 of Delhi's government schools are running headless and some of them for the past six years, according to an RTI reply Nearly 600 of Delhi's government schools are running headless and some of them for the past six years, according to an RTI reply. According to the information sought under the Right to Information (RTI) Act, there are 918 posts of principals in 1,024 Delhi government schools. Some 106 schools don't have such posts. Out of 918 posts of principals, 595 are lying vacant, the reply revealed. It said 768 vice principals are holding the charge of the head of the school "due to principals not physically working or some schools have(ing) no post of principal". "As on July 12, 595 posts of principals are vacant out of 918," it said. And of 323 principals, 71 have been re-employed after their superannuation. In most of the schools, the post is vacant for more than a year and some have not had principals for the past several years. But the recruitment of principals in Delhi government schools is done by the Union Public Service Commission. Asked about the huge number of vacant principal posts, AAP leader Atishi Marlena said the recruitment is a matter of Services that is being currently looked after by the Lieutenant Governor -- the central government's representative on administrative affairs of the national capital. View full entry
  7. As the first round of admissions for junior colleges opened up two days ago, sending students into a flurry to bag seats of choice for themselves, a parent association has written to the deputy director of education (Pune) to bring uniformity in the fee structure for all the colleges. The association, which calls itself System Correction Movement, backed their demand following a Right to Information (RTI) report, which revealed that the state education department had fixed the fees for classes XI and XII 40 years ago. While the fee has not been revised over the last four decades, colleges have been imposing hikes at their own will, which has led to a disparity in the fees of various institutes. The RTI has also revealed that in the last 40 years, no college has approached the state education department to revise the fees and bring uniformity, either. The association has underscored the subsequent unfair disparity in fees among the colleges. Meenakshi Raut, deputy director, education, Pune, said, “We have received the letter from the parent association. It is true that the fee has not been revised in 40 years. We will hold a meeting where the fees of FYJC will be decided.”
  8. An RTI query on the matter by a parent body has forced the babus to swing into action; a uniform fee structure is on the anvil As the first round of admissions for junior colleges opened up two days ago, sending students into a flurry to bag seats of choice for themselves, a parent association has written to the deputy director of education (Pune) to bring uniformity in the fee structure for all the colleges. The association, which calls itself System Correction Movement, backed their demand following a Right to Information (RTI) report, which revealed that the state education department had fixed the fees for classes XI and XII 40 years ago. While the fee has not been revised over the last four decades, colleges have been imposing hikes at their own will, which has led to a disparity in the fees of various institutes. The RTI has also revealed that in the last 40 years, no college has approached the state education department to revise the fees and bring uniformity, either. The association has underscored the subsequent unfair disparity in fees among the colleges. Meenakshi Raut, deputy director, education, Pune, said, “We have received the letter from the parent association. It is true that the fee has not been revised in 40 years. We will hold a meeting where the fees of FYJC will be decided.” View full entry
  9. It's official. A student studying under any Government-run University or College anywhere in India can now opt to view their corrected answer sheets by applying for it like they would file any RTI petition. The Central information Commission (CIC), the body that governs the working of all Information Officers within government departments and agencies, has now upheld the Supreme Court in 2016 that said that a student's exam paper was a piece of information, a manuscript, and should be up for scrutiny. This may effectively sound the death knell for re-evaluation and photocopy fees — which are known to range from a few hundred rupees to Rs 1500 and more. In fact, it was the excessive levy of this fee that led to a suit being brought before the SC against the CBSE, eventually leading to the ruling. Universities complain that it increases work for them The respondents in the case, University of Delhi, said that the decision would hinder the mechanism that is already in place to deal with this issue. They said the process would become cumbersome since they (the evaluation committees/ institutes) would be required to maintain two separate mechanisms — one for providing the hard copy as per their own regulation and another for inspection of answer sheet as per the RTI Act. They were also worried that the inspection process could lead to students taking digital images of their answer scripts. However, the commission felt that the issue involved a larger public interest affecting the student's future which would affect their right to life and livelihood. The order further noted, "The marks obtained by the student would affect their future career prospects which in turn would ostensibly affect their life to life and livelihood. Deprive a person of his right to livelihood and you shall have deprived him of his life." The Commission also trashed the excuse that the decision would make the process cumbersome since "timely access to information is the essence of the provisions of the RTI Act and denial of such information could prejudice a student's future career prospects and right to their livelihood." With regard to students misusing the answer sheets, the commission felt that the issue can be dealt with the appropriate public authority and that was no reason to stop the students from gaining access to their papers.
  10. It's official. A student studying under any Government-run University or College anywhere in India can now opt to view their corrected answer sheets by applying for it like they would file any RTI petition. The Central information Commission (CIC), the body that governs the working of all Information Officers within government departments and agencies, has now upheld the Supreme Court in 2016 that said that a student's exam paper was a piece of information, a manuscript, and should be up for scrutiny. This may effectively sound the death knell for re-evaluation and photocopy fees — which are known to range from a few hundred rupees to Rs 1500 and more. In fact, it was the excessive levy of this fee that led to a suit being brought before the SC against the CBSE, eventually leading to the ruling. Universities complain that it increases work for them The respondents in the case, University of Delhi, said that the decision would hinder the mechanism that is already in place to deal with this issue. They said the process would become cumbersome since they (the evaluation committees/ institutes) would be required to maintain two separate mechanisms — one for providing the hard copy as per their own regulation and another for inspection of answer sheet as per the RTI Act. They were also worried that the inspection process could lead to students taking digital images of their answer scripts. However, the commission felt that the issue involved a larger public interest affecting the student's future which would affect their right to life and livelihood. The order further noted, "The marks obtained by the student would affect their future career prospects which in turn would ostensibly affect their life to life and livelihood. Deprive a person of his right to livelihood and you shall have deprived him of his life." The Commission also trashed the excuse that the decision would make the process cumbersome since "timely access to information is the essence of the provisions of the RTI Act and denial of such information could prejudice a student's future career prospects and right to their livelihood." With regard to students misusing the answer sheets, the commission felt that the issue can be dealt with the appropriate public authority and that was no reason to stop the students from gaining access to their papers. View full entry
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    Education Officer that he should use his powers under the Maharashtra Employees of Private Schools (Conditions of Service) Regulation Act, 1977 (hereinafter referred to as “1977 Act”) This judgment also considers situation of private institutes in the light of section 11 of the RTI Act. Its bearing in the matter, if any; can be pointed out by the parties to respondent No.1.
  12. Hello I am Yash And i am from a government school I had attended school more then the required attendence percentage prescribed by cbse As you know that board exam are coming so I took a holiday Then on same day principal called me and asked me to immediately come to school but due to lack of medium I wasn't able to get there . Next day I went there with my parents then the principal put a restriction on my entry in school by just saying that I disobeyed his orders so I will not be allowed to attend school WITHOUT GIVING ANY FURTHER INFORMATION now I have no idea what to do I want some really helpful suggeestion PLEASE!!!
  13. Hello, My sister passed her intermediate examination(BOARD OF HIGH SCHOOL AND INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION UTTAR PRADESH) in 2010. in which her name were misprinted in her marksheet and passing certificate. while in high school,it is correct. please kindly suggest me the way through which i can correct her name in intermediate marksheet and certificate. and also please tell me that till how many years after passing ,anybody can able to apply for the correction for the name in the certificate and marksheet
  14. Nisha ji

    Tgt 2011 sanskrit result

    Tgt 2011 answer key m ...in ques ka answer btaye sir..1-Meghdut ko sanskrit sahitya m ek navin kavya ki udbhavna ka shrey prapt h ,jo is nam s h ...1.sandesh kavya 2.khandkavya 3.gitikavya 4stotrkavya Sent from my Micromax Q340 using RTI INDIA mobile app
  15. I have appeared for B.E.D exam 2013-14 session from S.B.V.R College of Education under Yogi Vemana University, Andhrapradesh. I passed the BED exam this session. My registration no was - 131230576101. Now i can't understand whether my registration no is valid or invalid as the last three digit is 101. So i want to know the intake/capacity of this institution for the session 2013-2014 and whether this institution was ncte recognized or not recognized for the session 2013-14.So please provide me correct information. Sent from my Redmi 3S using RTI INDIA mobile app
  16. Hello, i want information on transport rule for schools and measures to check these rules
  17. One of the major tools available for the parents is Right to Information, as available under RTI Act, 2005 which can be effectively used to secure Right to Education as provided under Act of 2009 and also to secure better services from private schools through regulatory mechanism available with state, CBSE or other affiliating bodies. The RTI can also be used to secure the information about government schools under S 3, and also private schools as can be accessed through the Department of Education, as per Section 2(f) of RTI Act, which says: "information" means any material in any form, including records, documents, memos, e-mails, opinions, advices, press releases, circulars, orders, logbooks, contracts, reports, papers, samples, models, data material held in any electronic form and information relating to any private body which can be accessed by a public authority under any other law for the time being in force” Every private school has a duty to give information under the RTI Act, about admissions and education being provided to 25 per cent of students belonging to disadvantageous groups as prescribed under the RTE Act. They cannot escape saying they are neither public authorities nor NGOs/ institutions aided or substantially funded by the government because they are being reimbursed by the state for educating 25 per cent of students under the RTE Act. The private schools or so-called public schools in private are also liable to inform under the RTI Act through the regulatory i.e., department of Education, as per Section 2(f) of the RTI Act. Read the original article at: RTI, a tool for parents to take on private schools
  18. I am going to file an application requesting Information under RTI act with a Government Aided School and a Private School in Tamilnadu. Could you please let me know who will be the PIO and First Appellate Authority?
  19. Social activist Ali Azgar Mohammad, who filed an RTI in 2011, and got as many as 35 private schools demolished in Malwani, believes that the education institutions have been portraying him in a negative light. “When I filed the RTI in 2011, my only intention was to inquire the number of illegal schools in Malwani area. The reply that I got said that all these schools were built on government land. The land on which the schools are built, are supposed to be acquired by residents, it’s not for commercial purpose. Since the schools claimed that they have all the legal documents, I wanted to know which ones don’t. So I filed the RTI in the education department. Demolition was not my intention,” clarified Ali.Read more at; http://www.iamin.in/en/mumbai-north/news/%E2%80%98demolition-was-not-my-intention%E2%80%99-says-rti-activist-who-got-35-schools-shut-down-malwani-64454
  20. syed shaibaz

    how to open a school

    Hello, I would like to know the basic things required to start and run a school
  21. Hello, 1. I want to file RTI against Sanskar School, Vishwamitra Marg. Sirsi Road, Vaishali Nagar, Jaipur-302012. 2. Whom should I address it to, District Education officer or the school
  22. Around 334 private aided schools in the city is under the scanner as they have failed to comply with the norms of the Right To Education (RTE) Act after the expiry of the March 2015 deadline. While the future of around 1.2 lakh students is under threat, education department officials have maintained that the process to renew the recognition of the schools in question is in process and will be done by 2016. According to Ramesh Joshi, general secretary of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Teachers Association, who had sought information under the Right to Information (RTI) Act about the number of schools that had not renewed the recognition said that most of the 334 schools had flouted the norms of the Right to Education (RTE) Act and had failed to comply by the March 2015 deadline. Read more at: 334 schools in hot water | The Asian Age
  23. Hello, a advocate doing private practice and has done high school twice.Can we got his information through RTI.
  24. Hello, school is not providing transfer certficate.
  25. Sanitation facilities are grossly inadequate at nearly 471 government schools in the state. Besides, 582 government schools lack proper drinking water facilities, forcing students and staff members to fend for themselves. These facts were brought to the fore through an RTI application. Read more at: Sanitation, drinking water facilities poor at govt schools: RTI - The Times of India
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