In 2018-19, Bihar used SC/ST scholarship funds to build roads and embankments


roads. dams. Medical colleges. Government buildings. This is among the projects to which, in 2018-2019, the Bihar government has transferred over Rs 8,800 crore by engaging in a fund exclusively dedicated to SC/ST scholarship – which indicated a lack of funds and was rejected for many eligible students for six years. The Indian Express learned of this transfer to the Scheduled Sub-Plan (SCSP) Fund by the Comptroller and Auditor General in its 2018-2019 Report on Bihar State Finances. It happened

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Miss Wichita Scholarship competition crowns winner


Wichita, Kansas (KWCH) – The Miss Wichita Scholarship Contest kicks off this Saturday at WSU The competition began at 3 p.m. Saturday at the CAC Theater, where family and friends watched young women compete for the Miss Wichita, Miss Sedgwick County and Miss Air Capital jobs for scholarships. Taylor Clark, Miss Kansas, says, “If you’re a young woman between the ages of 13 and 26, you can qualify for the Teen or Miss program. Personally, I’ve won over $17,000 in

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Why should we promote STEM?- by an F1 in Schools engineer, Ayman Chowdhury St Olave’s Grammar School


Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is critical. It’s the basis of manufacturing, food production, healthcare, and so much more, and frankly, we might take it for granted, but we certainly can’t live without it. STEM education (which refers to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education is typically delivered through hands-on, relevant, real-world learning experiences. F1 in Schools is an international STEM competition for schoolchildren (ages 11-19), in which groups of 3 to 6 students have to design and build

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Hertingfordbury school integrates CrossFit into the sports programme


Photo: Carl Nathan Hill Submitted for publication at Hertfordshire Mercury Prep School in Hertingfordbury is leading the way by fully integrating CrossFit into its athletic program. Saint Joseph in the Garden I realized that sports play a vital role in promoting children’s well-being and mental health. Since its inception twenty years ago, CrossFit has been a popular form of exercise for people of all ages and fitness levels but rarely practiced in elementary school. It includes a variety of forms

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Opinion | D.C. schools improved under mayoral control. Why do some council members want to undermine that success?


Post opinion | About The Washington Post Editorial Board Editorials represent the views of The Washington Post as an institution, as determined by discussion among members of the editorial board, located in the opinions section and separate from the newsroom. Editorial staff members and areas of focus: Editorial Page Editor Fred Hyatt; Deputy Editorial Page Editor Karen Tumulty; Deputy Editorial Page Editor Ruth Marcus; Assistant Editorial Page Editor Jo Ann Armau (Education, Capital Affairs); Jonathan Keyphart (National Politics); Lee Hochstadter

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Delhi schools to reopen for all classes, few schools to start after Diwali


Many schools in the national capital are set to reopen for all classes from Monday after being closed for 19 months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, while many have chosen to postpone reopening until a week after the festivities. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) announced last week that schools will reopen for all classes from November 1, although teaching and learning in mixed mode will continue. Delhi Power Classes Schools The DDMA has also said that schools must ensure

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New Brunswick government locks out CUPE union members from schools – New Brunswick


The New Brunswick government shut down all non-assigned employees of two striking local unions on Sunday in what it described as an effort to provide stability to students and families. The affected employees – members of local residents 1253 and 2,745 of the Canadian Federation of Public Employees – include guards, bus drivers, school library assistants and administrative support workers, as well as a number of educational assistants. Read more: Schools closed after thousands of public sector workers in New

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SE: New Scholarship Set to Honor the Pioneer of K-State Rowing


by: Scott Fritchen Sarah Swann Posey (99) was a sophomore when she saw Jenny Hill standing outside the Kansas State Student Union. Once a rower at Harvard Radcliffe, the oldest women’s rowing program in the Ivy League, Hill, beyond a playful smile and magnetic energy, was in the midst of building something big at the Little Apple. That day, Hill participated in standing outside on campus, talking to as many would-be women rowers as possible. During the 1996-1997 school year,

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Canberra parents criticise ACT school infrastructure as inaccessible, unwelcoming


Nicholas Billy loves school. She loves learning – especially about caterpillars – and being with her friends. But every day, the nine-year-old struggles to get through the heavy and narrow front door of Latham Elementary School. The Canberra student lives with cerebral palsy, autism, low vision and ADHD, and is dependent on a walking structure and a wheelchair. The school staff worked tirelessly to make sure it had the resources to access the curriculum and demonstrate its learning, but it

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First Class photos 2021: Your complete guide


First Class Photos 2021: Your Complete Guide Calendar Desktop calendar icon. Eliminates Symbol of a circle with a diagonal line across it. caret A block arrow symbol points to the right. email Paper envelope icon. Facebook social networking site Icon for the Facebook “f” tag. google browser Icon for the Google “G” sign. linked in Icon for the Linked In tag. Log out Icon representing logout. Profile personly An icon resembling a human head and shoulders. phone Icon of a

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