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Two transporters fail to deliver consignment on time, get 30-month jail

Thursday 9 January '14

Transporters have also been directed to pay a penalty of Rs 10,000 to the complainant.
72% Class X students prefer 'optional' board exams

Wednesday 8 January '14

Students are still opting for board exams against the school exams.
50 % kids with special needs in govt schools suffer from low vision: Survey

Monday 6 January '14

SSA conducts yearly survey to select CWSN, who are examined by experts to ascertain degree and type of disability, for govt schools
To popularise vocational courses, edu dept to start 60-day skill development programme

Thursday 2 January '14

Every student will also get jobs with salaries starting at Rs 7,000 per month.
Entry-level classes: Parents' troubles last through the day

Wednesday 11 December '13

At the end of it all, some schools received forms five times the number of seats available.
At CII fest, IRCTC offers attractive travel packages to Goa, Kashmir, Himachal...

Saturday 7 December '13

IRCTC is offering a three nights and four days package to Vaishno Devi at Rs 2,285 per head.
212 children with multiple disorders opt for home education

Saturday 7 December '13

The education department conducts a survey in December every year to find out the number of children suffering from disabilities and the ones who are completely bedridden.
Artistes representing old traditions going unnoticed at National Crafts Mela

Tuesday 3 December '13

Puppet show was something which started when kings ruled in the country.
Artistes representing old traditions going unnoticed at National Crafts Mela

Tuesday 3 December '13

Puppet show was something which started when kings ruled in the country.
Entry-level admissions begin, dismal sale in govt schools

Saturday 30 November '13

Only three forms have been handed out at the Government School in Sector 15.
5th National Crafts Mela begins, focusses on ‘Western India’

Saturday 30 November '13

The North Zone Cultural Centre (NZCC) has constructed temporary stalls made of cloth, pipes and bamboos.
It’s chilly mornings for students as govt schools fail to get winter uniforms

Thursday 28 November '13

The month of December is just three days away but the city’s government school children are yet to get their winter uniforms.
Consumer forum fines two leading firms for selling defective appliance

Thursday 28 November '13

Feeling ‘cheated’, the customer moved the consumer forum accusing the company for being ‘deficient in service’.
Education dept asks Vivek High School to update 2011 RTE form

Wednesday 27 November '13

Following Vivek High School’s (Sector 38) claims of being a minority school, the Education department has asked the school to update the Right to Education Act (RTE) form it had submitted in 2011.
Admissions to pre-primary classes start

Tuesday 26 November '13

Some parents visited schools to get forms, only to be told that these would be available online.
Filmy fun ends on last day of Chandigarh Carnival

Monday 25 November '13

The city’s three-day mega event, Chandigarh Carnival, concluded at Leisure Valley on Sunday.
3-day Chandigarh Carnival begins

Saturday 23 November '13

The theme of the Carnival was '100 years of Indian Cinema'.
Panel yet to hear their plea, Vivek High School claims minority status

Friday 22 November '13

DPI(S) says if the school doesn’t stop it, the education department will withdraw school’s affiliation; Mamik says ‘it’s entirely our decision, we don’t need any other proof’.
Opening doors to all, city madrasas turn over a new leaf

Monday 18 November '13

Out Of a total of 350 students at the Manimajra madrasa, there are 18 children who belong to the other community.
Lab testing further delays distribution of winter uniforms

Saturday 16 November '13

The wait seems to be never ending for students of government schools who have still not received their winter uniforms.


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