Free Press Journal
  • DOWN GOES 377

    Rainbow flags come out of closet as LGBTQ+ community celebrates historic verdict

  • Google pays tribute to all teachers on Teachers’ Day with animated doodle

    New Delhi: Google on Wednesday celebrated Teachers’ Day with an animated doodle as a tribute to every teacher around the globe. The doodle showed a spinning globe with spectacles surrounded by many subjects. Some of the subjects depicted were sports, music, astronomy and chemistry — showing that knowledge need not be just bookish.

  • JNU makes attendance compulsory for teachers

    New Delhi: The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has made attendance mandatory for teachers. The decision was taken at the university’s 146th Academic Council meeting on Friday.

  • Student intake doubles in Mumbai Public Schools, 300 new teachers appointed

    Mumbai: Around 301 teachers have been appointed for Mumbai Public School (MPS) as the intake of students in these schools has doubled. MPS faced a lack of teachers but the BMC has now focussed on increasing recruitment by hiring good quality teachers.

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    Mumbai: Teachers to be trained for 13 international Zilla Parishad schools

    Mumbai: Teachers or Anganwadi sevikas will be trained in terms of international curriculum to be started in 13 Zilla Parishad (ZP) schools by the state education ministry. Anganwadis or pre-school education centres will be incorporated in this project as it aims to cater to students from Kindergarten (KG or pre-school) to Class 3.

  • Mumbai, teachers, Teachers protest, Azad Maidan, maharashtra state run schools, demands

    Mumbai: 300 teachers of state-run govt-aided schools protest over unfulfilled demands by state

    Mumbai: More than Over 300 teachers of all state-run government aided schools protested on Wednesday at Azad Maidan over various demands to be fulfilled by the state government. Teachers claimed they will continue to protest unless their demands are catered to before the start of this academic year as they have been suffering due to increasing corruption done by state education officers.

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    Mumbai University students fear replay of last year’s mess in assessment

    Mumbai: Students and teachers fear a replay of the mess in assessment and hiccups in results, even as the process of selection of a new VC for Mumbai University has reached it its final stage. Five candidates have been shortlisted, out of which one will be appointed by the Governor.

  • Mumbai, Class IX students, Class IX results, teachers, Lack of Clarity, re-examinations

    Mumbai: Lack of clarity over re-exam date for Class IX students may delay results; claims teachers

    Mumbai: Students of Class 9 are in a fix as the dates for re-examination for those who fail have not been decided by the state. Teachers claimed this would affect result declaration process and delay results of Class 9 as students will not have clarity if they are promoted to Class 10 till June, cause additional burden on teachers and create confusion among students when the academic year begins.

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    Mumbai: Teachers of colleges propose state education ministry to allow to conduct FY and SY semester exams

    Mumbai: Teachers of various colleges have proposed to the state education ministry that colleges be allowed to conduct the semester examinations of First Year (FY) and Second Year (SY) of various graduation courses. Even senate members of Mumbai University (MU) had proposed this shift to reduce the university burden and to award more power to colleges.
    Teachers of Mumbai Regional Junior College Teachers’ Organisation (MRJCTO) have written a letter to the state education

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    Mumbai University informs teachers to stick to online assessment through On-Screen Marking system

    Mumbai: Teachers involved in assessment of Mumbai University (MU) semester examinations have claimed they prefer manual correction of papers to complete assessment faster. But the university has sternly informed all teachers to stick to online assessment through On-Screen Marking (OSM) system as it is the new process adopted for assessment of all examinations in the future.

  • Mumbai, Class IX students, Class IX results, teachers, Lack of Clarity, re-examinations

    Mumbai: Teachers to focus on assessment only to declare results on time

    Mumbai: Teachers have complained about schools and colleges given them additional work during time of assessment. The state board and Mumbai University (MU) has informed principals of schools and colleges to avoid any kind of tasks which would take time of teachers and delay assessment followed by declaration of results.

  • CBSE paper leak: 30 people questioned by Delhi police

    New Delhi: The Delhi Police on Friday interrogated over 30 people, including students and teachers of private coaching centres, in connection with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) paper leak case.

  • Mumbai: BMC warns teachers of irregular attendance

    Mumbai: Teachers of Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) schools have been instructed to maintain attendance and fulfill their duties during examination time. A strict inquiry will be conducted and action will be taken against teachers who fail to have regular attendance by the civic education department.

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    Mumbai: Teachers await SSC and HSC answer papers to complete assessment, avoid result delay

    Mumbai: Teachers of state-run schools and junior colleges have claimed they have not received answer papers of ongoing Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) board examinations for assessment. The answer papers are supposed to reach teachers at their respective schools or colleges in three days from date of examination.

  • Ujjain: Teachers demand solution for problems

    Ujjain: Madhya Pradesh Teachers’ Association organised a meet on Wednesday, in which teachers put forward their problems and demanded that the state government should settle all issues as soon as possible. The teachers demanded that digital attendance should not be made compulsory for them. They also demanded to take action against officials, who released their salary late in spite of clear orders of the district education officer.