Nishtha Training at Diksha.gov.in Commences on 01 August 2021, Rajasthan Teachers to Join

In NISHTHA Training program starting from 1st August at https://diksha.gov.in, the headmasters and teachers of all the state and private schools of the Rajasthan state to participate.

Jaipur, 28 July 2021: Based on the recommendations of the new National Education Policy 2020, loyalty training program is being started online on the Diksha portal for overall skill development of teachers.

Private Schools Students to get benefits of Mahtari Dular Scheme

Chief Minister’s major announcement: Chhattisgarh Government to bear the expenses of destitute children in private schools

Such children will have a choice to join Swami Atmanand English School or to continue their studies in the same private school

Destitute children of people who lost their lives to COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh to be provided free education under Chhattisgarh Mahtari Dular Yojana

Scholarship provision of Rs 500/month for students of Std 1 to 8th and Rs 1000/month for students of Std 9th to 12th

Bilaspur: Strict action will be taken on complaint of fees extortion by private schools

Bilaspur: Strict action will be taken on complaint of extortion fees by private schools

Bilaspur on July 22, 2020, during the round of Kovid 19, strict disciplinary action will be taken against them by private schools on the complaint of non-payment of fees from the parents.

District Education Officer Bilaspur said that a committee has been formed to investigate the complaints received regarding extortion fees.

This committee will visit all private schools and test the condition of goods.

Chhattisgarh Sarkar warns again private school for "No Fees in Corona Lockdown"

Private schools will not be able to recover fees in the lockdown: instructions issued by the state government to all district education officers
Some private schools are also sending messages to parents about the fees deposited in the lockdown

     Raipur, 09 April 2020 Following the directive of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the fees have been banned in all private schools of the state during the lockdown. In this regard, an order has been issued by the Directorate of Public Teaching to collect fees from private schools.