Malappuram : Thirty-two students of Al Farooque English Medium School at Pandikkad, Malappuram were told to follow a different dress code from the rest of their brethren. School principal Abdul Kareem said the new system was launched as part of forming a prefect group to monitor cyber crimes and other discipline breaches. The Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (KSCPCR) and the district Child Welfare Committee had to intervene following students who complained that they felt discriminated following the new system. The Child Rights Commission has registered a case and sought a report from the school principal, Deputy Director of Education and district Child Protection Officer.
Kochi Ahead of the school reopening GPS made mandatory for school buses by Motor Vehicles Department MVD to ensure the security of children and reduce road accidents The GPS tracking and panic buttons are made mandatory for all the vehicles registered as educational institution buses and it has to b
N Chandra babu Naidu has resigned as CM of Andhra Pradesh after trends showed his Telugu Desam Party TDP leading in only 23 Assembly seats and winnind two YS Jagan Mohan Reddy led YSR Congress Party YSRCP is leading in 138 Assembly seats and has won 12 The legislatice Party meeting of YSRCP is set t
American news magazine Time of its May 20 issue has featured Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the cover page with a headline that may create controversy across India amid the election season The headline reads Indias Divider in Chief that is and carries a caricature of the Prime Minister criticising
Taking on unlicensed private sector service providers in railways Indian Railway Catering Tourism Corporation Limited IRCTC has approached lower courts Indian Railways’ catering arm has complained against many companies including Rail yatri and Travel khana for providing food ordering services witho
New Delhi The Ministry of Human Resource Development on Saturday postponed the National Medical Entrance exam NEET in Odisha which was scheduled to be held on May 5 in the wake of the aftermath of cyclone Foni Earlier the National Students’ Union of India NSUI Goa president Ahraz Mulla also penned