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Monday, June 27, 2011
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China in our city
Blown with the wind
Para Vayu gave an engaging performance
Indian? Prove it
If you are not born with the trademark Indian features and visiting Salar Jung Museum to view the ‘Treasures of Ancient China' exhibition, you may be in for a shock. When I approached the counter for a ticket I was asked to pay Rs. 150 ...
VOICE YOUR VIEWS - SCHOOL FEE HIKE
Education for all
Hiked school fees schools which decreases the opportunities of giving good education is a serious problem. In order to fill their pockets and to maintain their standards the educationists increase the school fees, making it all the more ...
The budget of a middle class family with school going kids goes haywire with the reopening of schools. Every year there is a steep hike in school fees. The inflationary trends may reflect in the cost of education also, but what we a ...
Today's students are tomorrow's citizens. The parents are paying school fees for their child's success and bright future. The school fee must be reasonable, but not a burden to the parents. Nowadays schools have been increasing fee ...
Education has become big business today and most of the educational institutions raise fee for their own benefit. Hike in fee really gives mental stress to the parents who can't afford to send their children to well reputed institutions, ...
Education have become more commercial nowadays, schools are demanding high fees. Parents are paying these fees with difficulty to fulfil their kid's dream, but a kid from middle class family cannot afford. It is the responsibility of ...
Hiked school fee is most welcome but it should be win-win situation for all , parents, school, students and teachers. School is the sacred place where little ones are nurtured. Schools and all others education institution should be free from ...
Govt schools fail
Parents are ready to bear any fee to provide good education to their children in private and corporate schools by sacrificing their savings since government educational institutions fail to produce any rankers in competitive tests. It is ...
Sky rocketing fees
The fee hike for students across all schools in twin cities is real burden for the parents with already high inflation rates with frequent petrol diesel price hike. The school managements are not adding any facilities for which they can ...
Create a balance
This will be a great burden for the parents. The school administration should make a balance between the fees and administrative expenses.
It is the responsibility of the school to fix the fee according to the guidelines set by the ...
Dreams at stake
Bright, cheerful faces disappear when the bell rings. Parents struggle hard to make ends meet, so this increase will only add to their troubles. Unable to afford ,children will have to drop out of school thereby abandoning their ...
More govt schools needed
So many private schools are sprouting in our cities, however, the government school are not functioning properly. Due to this parents are forced to admit their kids to private schools. The private schools are exploiting the situation of demand ...
To become educated human beings is increasingly becoming a problem for the children, parents and school management. Due to the hike in school fees, the parents are not in a position to send their child to school to be get educated.
Burning hot from Mexico
A Mexican chocolate drink, laced with vanilla
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Tea, coffee, desserts and big bites, Le Caf has something for all times
Riding it rough
A new show on telly about super biking
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