30 Sep 2014

41 private schools to refund fees as per Delhi High Court Order

The Delhi High Court has ordered 41 private schools to refund the extra fees charged by them in 2009 along with interest.A judicial panel in this regard was set up by the court, consisting of a three member committee in 2011 which inspected into the matter and gave the recommendation.The committee headed by former Rajasthan high court Chief Justice Anil Dev Singh,examined the financial records of 81 schools out of total 1,172 schools.A sixth interim report was then submitted before the bench was headed by Justice B D Ahmed.The committee examined the financial records of 741 private schools in the city, wherein it found that there was an unnecessary hike in the school fee which should be returned to the parents of the students.The step was taken to determine the validity of the city government’s February 2009 notification permitting them to hike tuition fees by scrutinizing the accounts of different private schools.

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30 Sep 2014

Uttarakhand TET- Selected candidates to be given appointment letters

A notification from the Department of Education, Uttarakhand says that primary school teachers selected in the Teacher Eligibility test this year will be given appointment letters by 30th September, 2014.S.Raju,Chief Secretary School Education, Uttarakhand, said that the Basic Education department will intervene as per orders given by the High Court in context of appointment of the 2794 unemployed teachers. The Department of Basic Education made preparations to carry out this process after the High Court fulfilled the formalities.This process is expected to fill all the vacant teaching positions and provide employment to candidates selected in the merit list of TET exam.The appointments will be done on regular and backlog post basis.National Council for Teacher Education (NTCE) earlier decided not to consider a B.Ed degree for the post of Primary teacher and such consideration will be valid in Uttarakhand only till 30th September, 2014.

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30 Sep 2014

Attestation of documents by students for admission not required anymore- PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a decision to simplify the hectic process of applying to universities, schools and colleges, has conveyed that  students will no longer have to attest documents to their applications and only a self certification would be sufficient.The decision has been conveyed to Vice Chancellors of universities across the country to take immediate steps for implementing the orders.The authorities at universities have been given a week’s time to comply with the directions.The Commission as quoted in a daily reads “It is requested that the process of abolition of affidavits and adoption of self-certification may be complied with at the earliest and compliance report be sent to UGC with a week of the issue of the letter.”This decision would bring big relief to students as they were earlier required to wait long hours at the Gazetted offices running from pillar to post for attestation of mark sheets, domicile certificates, birth certificates etc for various admission and test taking purposes.

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30 Sep 2014

Karnataka Public Service Commission

Organisation  Karnataka Public Service Commission 
Posts Senior Assistant Director in the Department of Information: 03 posts
 Principals in Morarji Desai Residential Schools in the Directorate of Minorities Welfare: 50 posts
 Assistant Engineer (Civil) in the Department of Sericulture: 01 (BL) post
 Lecturer in Pharmacognosy: 01 BL Post
 Lecturer in Pharmaceutics: 01 BL Post
 Information Assistant in the Department of Information: 10 Posts
 Kannada Language Teacher: 50 posts
 English Language Teacher: 50 posts
Hindi Language Teacher: 50 posts
Urdu Teacher: 50 posts
Mathematics Teacher: 50 posts
General Science Teacher: 50 posts
Social Science Teacher: 50 posts
Physical Education Teacher: 50 posts
Computer Teacher: 50 posts
Art & Craft Teacher: 50 posts
First Division Computer Assistant: 50 posts
Wardens of Morarji Desai Residential Schools Hostel: 50 posts
Wardens of Matric Hostel (Men): 38 posts
Wardens of Post Matric Hostel (Women): 56 posts
Superintendents of Pre-Matric Boys Hostel (Men): 27 posts
Superintendents of Pre-Matric Girls Hostel (Women): 39 Posts
Assistant Librarian in the Dept. of Kannada & Culture: 01 post
Female Staff Nurses in Morarji Desai Residential Schools, Department of Minorities Welfare: 07 Posts
Receptionist cum Librarian in the Dept. of Information: 07 Posts
Inspector of Co-operative Societies in the Department of Co-operation: 50 posts
Physician (Unani) in the Dept. of Ayush: 09 posts (Backlog)
Physician (Nature Cure & Yoga) in the Dept. of Ayush: 01 post(Backlog)
Total No. of Post 901
Important Dates  Opening Date for Registration: 25 September 2014
Closing Date for Registration: 25 October 2014


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30 Sep 2014

Central Coalfields Limited (CCL), Ranchi

Organisation  Central Coalfields Limited (CCL), Ranchi 
Posts 1.    Security Guard: Total 500 (Fifty Hundred).
2.    Asst. Revenue Inspector: 15 (Fifteen)
3.    Accountant: Total 12 (Twelve).
Educational Qualification For Post 1: Matriculation or equivalent from the recognized Board or University or Institution.
For Post 2 : Matriculation with Surveyor-ship Certificate or equivalent from ITI or equivalent.
For Post 3: Intermediate Examination of ICWA or CA or equivalent.
Age Limit The candidates should not be exceeding 30 years as on 20 November 2014 and Age relaxation for the category candidates should be as per rules.
Important Dates  Opening Date for Submission of ONLINE Application:  26 September 2014                                          
Closing Date for Submission of ONLINE Application: 31 October 2014 (Midnight)                             
Last Date for Submission of Hardcopy or Offline Application: 11 November 2014
For more information www.ccl.gov.inon


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