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Sanjha Adhiyapak Morcha protests against ‘anti education policies’, submits memorandum to DC.

NAWANSHAHR: Irate over the proposed move of the state government to regularise the services of the contractual teaching and non teaching employees working in the state education department on the condition of employing them on basic pay for three years, the Sanjha Adhiyapak Morcha held a protest rally and dharna in  front of   the office of the Deputy Commissioner   here today. The contractual teaching and Non-teaching employees, as well as the activists of the different unions, gathered in front of the office of the District Education Office here in large number.

MRSPTU first choice for technical education colleges- institutions pledge continuation of affiliation with MRSPTU

BATHINDA: In a significant development and a boost to the fast growing Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda most of technical education colleges under its territorial ambit have decided to remain affiliated with the prestigious University. MRSPTU has well-established brand and become the first Technical University in Punjab to be registered under 12 B of the UGC Act 1956 making the Institute eligible for the central assistance.

Class XII exams of Punjab School Education Board to commence today

The Education Minister, Punjab, Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary has extended her best wishes to the students for the exams of Class XII which begin throughout the state on 28th February. The minister has exhorted the students to undertake the exams with utmost sincerety thus upholding the righteous principles as this is the delicate stage in their lives from where they would be embarking on their chosen career path.

Nawanshahr DC urges Secretary Education to rationalis teacher’s posts in schools

NAWANSHAHR: Taking serious note of the imbalance in posting of teachers in government schools in the district, Deputy Commissioner Amit Kumar today took up the issue with the Education Secretary, Krishan Kumar. The Education Secretary reportedly assured him that the rationalisation of the staff would be done in the district so that the surplus teachers could be deputed in the schools facing staff scarcity.