MLC polls: BJP wins three seats, JD(S) two, Congress one

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Bengaluru : BJP has won three out of the six seats in the recently concluded biennial elections to the Karnataka Legislative Council from Graduates’ and Teachers’ Constituencies. The JD(S) has emerged second by winning two seats, while the Congress has come a distant third by securing just one seat. Elections to the six seats — […]

MLC elections  : Graduates -43%, Teachers-36%’ vote polls in DK at 1 pm

Friday, June 8th, 2018
Ganesh Karnik

Mangaluru : The Karnataka Legislative Council from the South West Graduates and Teachers’ constituencies has commenced at 7 am on June 8, Friday. The three major parties Congress, JD(S) and the BJP have fielded candidates in all six seats. The polling recorded in Dakshina Kannada at 1 pm from Graduates -43%, Teachers-36%’. Capt. Ganesh Karnik, […]

4 die, 10 injured in Kalaburagi bus collision

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018

Kalburgi: It was a foggy and rainy morning and drivers were said to be in sleepy mood when mishap occurred. Another driver who was stuck in bus was removed carefully by the locals, but he lost his legs. Jevargi people came to the help of passengers stuck in the buses. They took out all passengers […]

Teachers’ representatives had failed to solve teachers’ problems: Bhoje Gowda

Saturday, May 26th, 2018

Mangaluru: the people elected as the teachers’ representatives had failed to solve the problems faced by the teachers’, alleged Janata Dal (S) candidate for the South West Teachers’ Constituency S L Bhoje Gowda speaking to the media at a press conference at a private hotel here on May 25th. “The salary structure of the teachers […]

Don’t use cellphones in class, education department tells teachers

Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

Mangaluru: Expressing concern over teachers using cellphones during class hours or in their free time in school, the state education department has sent a circular to all school authorities to confiscate phones and, if needed, install public telephone coin boxes in schools. The January 1, 2018 circular states that teachers must dedicate their entire time […]

MLCs will stage indefinite dharna in front of the Vidhana Soudha from Sep.6

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017
Ganesh karnik

Mangaluru : The State Legislative Council will stage an indefinite dharna in front of the Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru from September 6 pressing the government to fulfil various demands of teachers, according to Ganesh Karnik, MLC. The participating MLCs are from the teachers’ and graduates’ constituencies, he told presspersons here on Monday. Mr. Karnik, the […]

Teachers should contribute even after retirement too : K Byrappa

Monday, July 17th, 2017
K Byrappa

Mangaluru : Teachers should never opt out of the field of education after attaining superannuation, Mangalore University vice chancellor Prof K Byrappa said. Post-retirement, teachers should remain active by contributing to the education field in particular and society in general by publishing their research papers and by involving themselves in community service, he advised. He […]

Teachers are the sculptors of future generation: Pramod Madhwaraj

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Udupi: “Teaching has been considered as one of the noble professions. Teachers shape the students and help them to build a better carrier. They are the sculptors of future generation,” said district in-charge Minister Pramod Madhwaraj. He was addressing the gathering after presenting best teacher award of Udupi district, at Shyamili auditorium on Monday. “When […]

Teachers should teach humanity to the children: J R Lobo

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

Mangaluru: “Teachers should try implanting humanity in children along with academic requirements,” said Mangaluru South MLA J R Lobo. He was speaking in teachers day celebration programme organised by ZP, Sarvajanika Shiskshana Ilakhe and teachers’ welfare foundation, at St Aloysius auditorium on Monday. “If we succeed in developing humanitarian values in students now itself, after […]

‘Not enough funds to give all schools equal facilities’

Saturday, July 5th, 2014
Kimmane Ratnakar

Bangalore : Minister of State for Primary and Secondary Education Kimmane Ratnakar has said that giving government-aided schools all facilities and extending pension and salaries to teachers on a par with government schools would be difficult, given the huge financial implication. Replying to two separate queries raised by BJP MLCs Kota Srinivas Poojary and Arun […]

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