Govt funds new 80-bed acute mental health facility in Hillmorton

The Government has granted final approval for a new 80-bed acute mental health facility at the Hillmorton Hospital campus, Health Minister Andrew Little says. “This is the second stage of Hillmorton’s major infrastructure redevelopment program and is one of the largest investments ever made in New Zealand’s mental health infrastructure in history. “This … Read more

Govt funds new 80-bed acute mental health facility in Hillmorton

The Government has granted final approval for a new 80-bed acute mental health facility at the Hillmorton Hospital campus, Health Minister Andrew Little says. “This is the second stage of Hillmorton’s major infrastructure redevelopment program and is one of the largest investments ever made in New Zealand’s mental health infrastructure in history. “This … Read more

West Bengal govt orders CID probe into DElEd question paper leak case

The West Bengal government on Tuesday ordered a probe by state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) into the alleged Diploma in Elementary Education (DElEd) paper leak, a senior official said. “The CID has been asked to probe the DElEd paper leak and file the report quickly,” the official told PTI. Allegations were leveled that the … Read more

GOVT. COLLEGE OF YOGA EDUCATION AND HEALTH CLINCHES OVERALL TROPHY (WOMEN)

LUDDI TEAM OF THE COLLEGE ALSO WINS 2ND PRIZE AT PANJAB UNIVERSITY ZONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL, 2022 Gace2News/Chandigarh governor College of Yoga Education and Health, Sector 23 A, Chandigarh participated in 74th Panjab University Annual Athletic Meet held at PU sports grounds from 21st November to 23rd November 2022. Among various education colleges of PU, Yoga … Read more

High Court asks govt to decide on CLC for BEd, MEd in 90 days

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court has directed the state government to decide on an application submitted by a private education institute seeking college-level counseling for filling vacant seats in BEd and MEd courses. Malwanchal Ashaskiya Shiksha Mahavidhyalalya Sangh president Pandit Rambabu Sharma had filed the petition through his counsel Mitesh … Read more

Kenyatta Avenue Signpost, Govt Bed Sheets & Other Bizarre Items in Kenyan Homes

A photo of the Kenyatta Avenue signpost, which is supposed to be erected in the Nairobi Business District (CBD), made rounds on various social media platforms raising concern, especially about the safety of government infrastructure. The Kenyatta Avenue sign post was captured on a table in an enclosed room with other household items igniting debate … Read more

Govt College of Education Jammu organizes mega placement drive – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

GCOE Principal along with selected students & representatives of participating schools & colleges after placement drive. Excelsior CorrespondentJAMMU, Nov 18: Placement Cell of Government College of Education, Canal Road conducted a mega placement drive for B Ed. and M Ed students of final semester and pass out students in its campus.Around 70 students of M … Read more

Govt fixes distance for river bed material extraction to prevent threats to bridges – Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism

Amendments to curb illegal activities of mining mafia*Several activities exempted from Environmental ClearancesMohinder Verma JAMMU, Nov 16: In a major initiative towards curbing the illegal activities of mining mafia near the bridges and public civil structure, the Government of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has carried out amendments in Minor Mineral Concession, Storage, Transportation … Read more

Haryana Govt may discontinue diploma course in elementary education : The Tribune India

Ravinder Saini Tribune News Service Rohtak, September 9 The fate of 342 private colleges offering Diploma in Elementary Education (D.EL.Ed) course across the state slopes in balance with the state government contemplating to make no fresh admissions to the course from this academic session. Course discontinued in government colleges The 2-year course … Read more

State Govt. Decision Not To Recommend Further Recognition To New B.Ed. Colleges On The Need/Requirement Basis Not Arbitrary : Supreme Court

The Supreme Court observed that a State Government decision not to recommend further recognition to the new B.Ed. colleges on the basis of need cannot be said to be arbitrary. When the State Government is required to provide detailed reasons against grant of recognition with necessary statistics, it includes the need and/or requirement, the bench … Read more