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AP Government Directs No Jeans, Tees and Mobiles for Teachers

By HIOC Team

School teachers were issued instructions by the commissioner and director of school education to follow a dress-code and attend the school in ‘appropriate to the profession’ and should not use mobile phones during class hours. The instructions should be followed by all teachers, including the state government schools. Teachers are asked not to wear... »

Government to Regulate Tuition Fee in Private Schools

By HIOC Team

Government of AP is reportedly going to hold stake in deciding amount to be collected from students as tuition fee. The norms come into for in 2013-14. Authorities are framing a set of regulations for private schools, in line with those for private professional colleges before the start of the next academic year in... »

State Decided to Reduce the PET Staff in Government Schools

By HIOC Team

14 May 2011: The state Government has recently taken a decision to reduce the strength of Physical Education Trainers in the government schools. This decision seems to be strange as other states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka are more emphasizing on improving the physical education curriculum, our state is acting in reverse. The... »

New Guidelines for School Buses to Obtain Fitness Certificate

By HIOC Team

12 May 2011: The RTA has designed 32 new rules and regulations for the schools management to renew or obtain fitness certificate for their school buses, without which they will not be allowed to run in the twin cities. The new rules include having a fire extinguisher, first aid kit, experienced driver and a... »

New Guidelines for School Buses to Obtain Fitness Certificate

By HIOC Team

27 April 2011: The RTA has designed new rules and regulations for the schools management to renew or obtain fitness certificate for their school buses, without which they will not be allowed to run in the twin cities. The new rules include having a fire extinguisher, first aid kit, experienced driver and a speed... »

Hike in Private School Fees to be Regulated by New Act

By HIOC Team

15 April 2011: The state government has come up with new Act, as a part of Right to Education (RTE) Act, to make new regulations to private schools. This measure is directed to control the annual fee hike in the private schools. The regulations will be laid out by the secondary education department. The... »

Schools Lacking Fire Safety Measures Not Allowed to Run

By HIOC Team

27 March 2011: The Fire Prevention Wing (FPW) of GHMC found that there are about 1,169 private, recognized schools which lack minimum fire safety measures, putting the lives of many students at risk. It issued notices to all the schools to abide by fire safety norms, failing which the schools will not be allowed... »

Schools Shrink Summer Vacations

By HIOC Team

Many schools in the city in the city have decided to conduct classes for the next academic year soon after the final exams of the current year. This decision is taken by various schools management considering the present ongoing Telangana agitation in the city. Already loosing many working days in the current academic year... »

Schools Forcing Parents to Pay for their Publicity

By HIOC Team

Everybody knows that the cost of education in today’s private schools is more than exorbitant. Apart from regular fees, many schools are forcing parents to contribute money for events conducted at schools. Not only for regular school anniversaries, they are charging even for events such as “Global Handwash Day” and religious festivals like “Krishnashtami”.... »

New Guidelines for School Vehicles

By HIOC Team

The transportation department included a provision according to which both parents committee and the school management should verify the fitness of the school vehicles every month. For this purpose they need to maintain separate registers and record their findings in that register every month. Principal of schools should maintain a separate complaint book along... »

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