Delhi private schools issued notice parents can buy uniforms and books from any vendor of their choice | 17 April 2023 |

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1. Delhi private schools issued notice, parents can buy uniforms and books from any vendor of their choice.

The Directorate of Education (DoE) in Delhi has released a notice for private schools regarding the procurement of uniforms and books. According to the notice, parents are free to purchase books and uniforms from any vendor of their choice. However, private schools are required to provide the details of at least five vendors from whom these items can be bought.

2. Bright Scholar Senior Secondary School Sonipat.

We are proud to announce that our students have achieved an incredible feat at the District Soccer Championship. Brightians have clinched GOLD. This is a testament to their commitment and passion for sports. We are elated, happy & excited and wish them all the very best for all future bouts.


The State of Himachal Pradesh has bestowed the Highest Civilian Honour of the State– “Prerna Srot Samaan” 2023 upon Capt AJ Singh, Executive Director Pinegrove School, Dharampur and Subathu Distt Solan HP, for the exemplary work being done by him, in the field of education in general and the residential school sector, in particular.

4. South Bengal education campuses to stay shut for week to beat heat.

The Bengal government on Sunday instructed all schools, colleges and universities across the state, except those in Darjeeling and Kalimpong, to remain shut for a week from Monday in view of the heatwave-like conditions prevailing across south Bengal. The two back-to-back notifications sent out - by the school education and the higher education departments - made it clear that it was meant for all educational institutions.

5. Odisha schools and colleges to operate from 6:30 am to 11 am due to heatwave.

All schools in Odisha, up to Class 10, were closed due to the intense heatwave and will now reopen on April 17, 2023. The government had also revised the timings for schools and colleges, with classes running from 7:15 am to 11 am for students in Classes 1 to 12. However, the government released a new notification on April 15, 2023, stating that the revised timings for schools and colleges will now be from 6:30 am to 11 am.

6. NEET UG 2023 eligibility criteria revised for Indian candidates abroad.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has revised the eligibility criteria of the non-resident Indian (NRI) candidates for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET UG) 2023. Now Indian nationals, NRIs, overseas citizen of India (OCI), persons with Indian origin (PIO) and foreign nationals are eligible for admission in medical, dental, ayurveda, siddha, unani and homeopathy colleges subject to rules and regulations framed for it.