Teachers can develop Nationalistic thoughts at college, universities

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023

Mangaluru: Why we need universities with anti-national stands and it is high time to think what would be the reason for such environment in few universities of the country, Karnataka Rajya Mahavidyalaya Shikshaka Sangha (KRMSS) State President Dr. Raghu Akmanji opined. Presiding over the Karthavya Bhodha Diwas and Syndicate Felicitation program organised by Mangalore University […]

Government plans to recruit new teachers : CM Bommai

Tuesday, September 6th, 2022

Bengaluru : In the coming days, the government will recruit the total number of teachers who will retire in that year, recruit the equal number of new teachers, impart training and post them in the places of retiring teachers, said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. Speaking after inaugurating teacher’s day celebrations on the occasion of birth […]

Teachers removed rakhis from students’ wrists and throw them in dustbin

Saturday, August 13th, 2022

Mangaluru :  Hindu organisations and BJP workers staged a protest on Friday against Infant Mary English Medium School in Katipalla, after teachers removed rakhis tied around the wrist of children and threw them in the dustbin. Harinakshi, whose nephew goes to the school, said parents and children were pained after teachers had forcefully cut rakhis […]

Government School teachers tested positive for COVID-19 in Dakshina Kannada

Wednesday, January 6th, 2021

Mangaluru : Two teachers from Government Higher Primary School were among the 44 who tested positive for COVID-19 in Dakshina Kannada on Tuesday. According to Block Education Officer from Sullia H.D. Mahadev, the two teachers from Balapa and Subrahmanya, respectively, had undergone RT-PCR test before reopening of classes on January 1. Pending result, the teacher […]

Education Minister ordered teachers not to teach ‘Yaga’ syllabus to sixth standard

Thursday, August 27th, 2020
suresh Kumar

Udupi : The Minister for Primary and Secondary Education, S Suresh Kumar, has ordered teachers not to teach a lesson in the social science text book of the sixth standard that satirically speaks on ‘Yaga’, the staff of Admar Mutt said. Admar Mutt seer Eshapriya Theertha Swami had raised objections on the lesson prescribed for […]

Teachers too responsible if ‘anti-India’ slogans raised at universities : Adityanath

Thursday, March 5th, 2020

Lucknow : Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath said last night that the role of teachers would come under the scanner when “anti-India” slogans are raised at universities and institutions of higher education. “When anti-India slogans are raised at institutions of higher education, we should be prepared to ask why this type of distortion occurrs […]

Mangaluru : Hike in honorarium of special school teachers sought

Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

Mangaluru : Members of the Karnataka State Union for Differently Abled Service Organisations have demanded the state government to double the honorarium for special school teachers. “The teachers are paid Rs 13,500 a month. The honorarium has not been revised since 2014,” said Vasanth Kumar Shetty, general secretary of the Union. He was addressing the […]

Teachers and Paraents should check sugar powder like drug sachets placed in students bags

Saturday, July 20th, 2019

Mangaluru : City Commissioner of Police Sandeep Patil has warned the heads of educational institutions and parents of school going children, against the drug menace. Speaking to mediapersons in Mangaluru City Police Commissionerate Office on Friday, he said that during the raids conducted by the City police recently against the drug abuse and drug trafficking, […]

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, […]