Finding the Best Talent to Work for Local Organizations

Organizations that specialize in non-profit operations often need focused and dedicated people working for them.  These executives need to have a desire to do good for the community rather than make money for themselves.  They must be fully committed to the mission of the organization that hires them.   Finding the right kind of talent in the local pool can be a challenge, however.  Some people are not aware of these job openings.  Others may not think they are qualified to take the positions.  By putting your application and resume…

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Making It Easier for Organizations to Get Funding

Finding adequate funding can be a challenge for New York institutions. There are opportunities that are available and access to funding that is available, but bureaucracy minimizes the efficiency of the funding request process. With this in mind, the state of New York as well as other states have taken steps to change the way that state resources are allocated. The goal is to make the allocation process more efficient in order to fulfill economic development needs.   Consolidated funding application requests are allowing entities that need funding to use…

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Use The Best Of Data Recovery And Be Tension Free

Nowadays there are many people who do different types of businesses. No matter which business you are involved into you should always want to protect your data in the best possible manner. If you are really willing to save the data you should always look forward to the software that is indeed the best one. The data recovery software is soon gaining popularity and if you are interested in using it you will always appreciate it. The software that is used by people might be different but when this one is used…

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Scholarships For a Private School

Getting Started Early The data is out there that suggests that those students who attend private schools are more likely to land in college and universities of their choosing–particularly higher-ranked colleges and universities. As such, it’s become more important than ever for parents to take their children’s primary education in earnest. With an emphasis being placed on the necessity for a degree in order to even get a toe in the door for certain career paths, public school may not be enough to equip your child with the necessary education…

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Top Tips To Learn Chemistry Efficiently

Chemistry is one of the most interesting and practical subjects. Chemistry is seen everywhere and the concepts can be related to real-life scenarios. This is also one of the subjects that forces one to question the rationale of nature and understand the formation of substances. Though this subject is very interesting, some of the students often find it difficult to grasp the concepts and eventually start to dislike the subject. In this article, some of the important tips are given that can help the students to learn chemistry in a…

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BBAU varsity VC did not deal sensitively with sexual harassment case: Scheduled Caste Commission

The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) has said that Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (BBAU), RC Sobti, “lacked sensitivity” when dealing with a case of sexual harassment filed by a woman scheduled caste official. It said recently that the vice chancellor “lacked maturity” while handling the complaint of BBAU’s woman registrar, a Dalit. NCSC made these observations after the registrar, Sunita Chandra, moved a petition with the commission, drawing its attention to the sexual harassment she alleged she faced on campus. Earlier, NCSC had pointed to flaws in the reservation…

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Centre depriving Chandigarh schools of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan funds

With the Union ministry of human resource development (MHRD) releasing just half of the budget allocated under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), child-centred activities in UT government schools have been suffering. Implementation of self-defence training, remedial teaching and other components that are given the go-ahead by the Project Approval Board (PAB) were affected last year due to fund crunch. Sources say this year, too, children will have to suffer too. In 2015-16, the PAB, which is under the MHRD, released only 60% of the approved budget to UT. Against the…

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Toppers flunk: 50% Class­-10 merit students in Punjab fail talent test

Barely two months after chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh expressed his displeasure at just 57% pass percentage in Class-10 exams in the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB), questions are being raised on the quality of toppers as well. Sample this: Only around half (50%) of Class-10 toppers (students with a score of 80% and above) who applied for a seat at 10 government-run Meritorious Schools in the state have cleared the entrance test for admission to Class-11 this year. WHAT ARE MERITORIOUS SCHOOLS A brainchild of former chief minister Parkash…

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Exclusive: CBSE plans Class 10, 12 Board exams on same date in two shifts

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) proposes to hold the finals for classes 10 and 12 on same dates in two shifts, a move that will reduce the examination period and give teachers extra time to check answer-scripts more thoroughly. The new plan was designed after the board met principals of some of the top schools in New Delhi and its satellite cities. The CBSE, which has two panels committees to suggest ways to improve the system, will review the suggestions before a final decision is taken. The country’s…

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No students in this school: Sanskrit institute with four teachers in dire straits

From a distance, this government-run Sanskrit school in Sikar district of Rajasthan appears like any other run-down school with the building in need of paint. But once you enter the premises, it becomes clear that something else is amiss. The school is erringly quiet – there are no children on the small playground or, for that matter, in the classrooms. The Government Upper Primary Sanskrit School in Pratappura village has six classrooms, four teachers — but not a single student. The teachers report for work at about 8am, water the…

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