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Friday, September 07, 2012

Merit Scholarship for Single Girl Child in CBSE

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CBSE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR SINGLE GIRL CHILDREN

1. Objective 
The objective of CBSE merit scholarship scheme is to provide scholarships to the meritorious Single Girl Students, who are the only child of their parents; and have passed the CBSE Class X Examination with 60% / 6.2 CGPA or more marks/ grades and are continuing their further school education of Class XI and XII. The scheme is aimed to recognize the efforts of the parents in promoting education among girls and to provide encouragement to meritorious students. As per the approval of the Competent Authority dated 23.07.2012, all children born together are Single Girl Child of their parents.

2. Allocation of scholarship 
The number of scholarships for a particular year shall be variable and shall to awarded to all such "Single Girl Students" who have secured 60% / 6.2 CGPA or more marks / grades in the CBSE Class X Examination in that year.

KVS is not granting MACP Scheme to teachers of KVs...

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KVS is not granting MACP Scheme to teachers of KVs...

In Lok Sabha the Minister of Human Resource Development Dr.D.Purandeswari answered to the question of whether the KVS has implemented the ACP Scheme for its teachers, she said in its written reply that KVS has not implemented MACP Scheme for its teachers of KVS.

Additionally she said, “Assured Career Progression (ACP) was recommended by the 5th Pay Commission and the teachers of Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan had not opted for this scheme. The 6th Central Pay Commission has recommended Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) Scheme.  The ACP introduced in the year 1999 provided for grant of two financial upgradation at the interval of 12 and 24 years of continuous regular service. The MACP introduced in the year 2008 provided for grant of three financial upgradation at the interval of 10, 20 and 30 years of continuous regular service”. 

Ratio of Student - Teacher in Kendriya Vidyalayas Schools

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Ratio of Student - Teacher in Kendriya Vidyalayas Schools

In Lok Sabha the Minister of Human Resource Development Dr.D.Purandeswari answered to the question raised by the member, in a written reply she said, the overall present student-teacher ratio in Kendriya Vidyalays (KVs) is 29:1


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