RituSharma The Indian Express Group


43,000 applicants for 300 Gujarat govt assistant junior clerk jobs

Tuesday 17 December '13

Vacancies in Ahmedabad civic body, 14,000 have Master’s degrees.
Govt schools in tribal districts run without maths, science teachers

Friday 6 December '13

Even tribal districts of Sabarkantha and Banaskantha share similar fate.
AMC set to open five new English-medium schools

Tuesday 19 November '13

These schools will open in five different zones of Ahmedabad.
Now, workload assessment to judge performance of govt school and college teachers

Saturday 2 November '13

the assessment will be based on the recent guidelines laid down by the University Grants Commission.
Most UP, Bihar, Jharkhand invitees stay away

Friday 18 October '13

Only 75 out of 600 invitees from the three states attended the summit.
Teacher stands up to Gujarat govt dress code, writes to Narendra Modi

Thursday 10 October '13

A dress code insists teaching assistants to wear sarees instead of salwar-kameez.
No takers for PTC colleges across state

Monday 16 September '13

With only 18 per cent seats in PTC colleges being filled this year, a sharp decline in youngsters opting for the teaching profession has become apparent
Have nothing to say, says Modi's family

Friday 13 September '13

Narendra Modi left home in 1967 and has been absent ever since, his mother says.
Over 4.37 lakh kids suffer from anaemia, malnutrition

Sunday 7 July '13

Over 4.37 lakh schoolchildren in Gujarat are suffering from anaemia and malnutrition, reveals a latest report on a health project conducted across schools in the state where several “nutrition interve...
School health project detects STDs among students in Gujarat

Saturday 6 July '13

Of the over 1.5 crore schoolchildren in Gujarat, 787 suffer from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) while there is a high number of tobacco users among them, a state government’s health programme h...
Saffron uniform for Gujarat govt school in walled city

Friday 7 June '13

Students of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation's first English-medium school wear dark blue shorts and saffron T-shirts.
This time, Praveshotsav to focus on school dropouts

Thursday 9 May '13

To ensure 100 per cent registration of children in entry-level class in government primary schools, the annual enrolment drive Praveshotsav conducted in Gujarat, will also focus on dropouts this year.
Gujarat hires 181 women as bus conductors

Wednesday 24 April '13

Twenty-two-year-old Shabnam Pathan got married this Monday.
2001 quake memories haunt Mansi residents

Wednesday 17 April '13

Residents of Mansi apartment’s A-block were sitting in the common plot, their fears of 2001 back after the tremors they felt around 4.21 pm.
Gujarat: English schooling for Rs 11 in Muslim area

Friday 29 March '13

It will charge a one-time registration fee of Rs 11.
AMC opens an English-medium public school

Wednesday 27 March '13

The school was announced recently by the Municipal Corporation which had allocated Rs 50 lakh for it in its school board, mainly to contain the drop-out rate and provide quality education to the under...
Through a museum, 23-yr-old wants Ahmedabad to talk about its conflicts

Sunday 24 March '13

She was 12 when the 2002 riots hit Ahmedabad, but those days, says Avni Sethi, still remain etched in her memory.
Concours d’Elegance: Ahmedabad’s ‘first family’ vintage bike steals the show

Thursday 7 March '13

The third edition of the event was held recently in Mumbai.
In Juhapura, Muskan gets to smile

Sunday 24 February '13

Over 300 children in Juhapura, home to Ahmedabad’s largest Muslim population, have never been to school.
SG Highway expansion: Akal Takht, Gurudwara committee approve shifting of Nishan Sahib

Wednesday 13 February '13

Contrary to the claims of Gobind Dham Gurudawara authorities that the Nishan Sahib at the Gobind Dham Gurudwara premises cannot be shifted for the widening project of Sarkhej Gandhinagar Highway, Jath...


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