Teachers’ assns demand hike in project allowance as several schools are in financial trouble
Students of Classes 1-8 of all dists to get these for 46 days in a year
The parents alleged that despite complaints to the headmaster and block education officer, no step was taken to provide MDM to the students.
Court turns letter from student into PIL, summons top govt honchos to disclose all relevant data within four weeks
District Collector Jafar Malik had lunch with Class IV students of the Government LP School in Thrikkakara on Wednesday.
Food and Civil Supplies Minister G R Anil who had lunch with the students of Cotton Hills Government School spotted a hair strand in the food that was served to him.
Programme Officer ICDS, Jayanthi, did not respond to calls and text messages for a comment on the issue.
With Covid-19 cases on decline, schools for Classes I to VII had reopened on February 28.
Of the 3,700 centres in the region, nearly 770 have not been using LPG cylinders for many years.
CM takes part in bhoomi puja for `70 crore Hare Krishna Gokula Kshetram at Kolanukonda
College students who traverse long distances to attend class, will be given free lunch ranging from rice sambar to mudde sambar, at the newly established Nrupatunga university.
The incidence of stunting and underweight are common among children even before they start school especially for those from vulnerable communities.
Remark on providing eggs in schools misreported: Udupi Pejawar mutt chief Swami Vishwaprasanna Teertha
The Swami said efforts were made by some sections to turn people against him over his opinion that students should have the option to choose what they eat.
Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh said there was no compromise on the quality of meals served in the Adarsh schools and Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBVs) in the State.
The study will include tracking height, weight, and nutritional status of students, among other factors.
The seer said that hundreds of seers have signed the memorandum urging the government to withdraw the order.
The proposal remains pending with the KKRDB board owing to election code of conduct during which the board cannot make new approvals
The government has planned to provide eggs in mid-day meals for 14,44,322 children from seven districts for 46 school days.
By regularly measuring the body weight and height of the students, the improvement in the nutrition levels will also be gauged.