No red signal for tutoring teachers yet

The practice of government, government-aided, and private school teachers engaging in the ‘business’ of imparting private tuitions in the city remains ungoverned. By Manasvi Gupta Good morning teacher! Wished the students. Good evening teacher! Wishes the students again—only this time at the teacher’s home. The teacher—surrounded by a group of students providing private tuitions thus […]

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Schools irresolute on Child Protection Policy

After some initial action, schools now lack provisions that are mandated under the state protection policy. Adilin Beatrice C Many schools in Bengaluru do not have Child Protection Committees (CMCs), suggestion or complaint boxes as mandated by the Karnataka State Child Protection Policy (KSCPP). Some schools initially followed the rules but later gave up.  Amruth […]

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A school without a Life

Government schools in Kushtagi struggles with poor facilities, unskilled teachers and high dropout rates Despite immense shortage of infrastructure and staffs/teachers, the people in Kushtagi Taluk of Koppal district continue to send their children to government schools. This is the state of a poorly constructed education system in Kushtagi. Pawan K is a twelve year […]

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