Telangana Police Recruitment Board to reconsider selection of a candidate having criminal antecedent; Telangana HC

Telangana High Court heard a matter pertaining to an individual who applied for the post of Driver in pursuant to the notification dated 31.05.2018 issued by Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board, and qualified in the selection conducted in pursuant of the said notification. However, the petitioner is not deputed for induction training, which commenced on 17.01.2020. The Petition was heard by the bench of Justice P Naveen Rao. The counsel appearing for the Petitioner contended that merely on the ground that he was shown as accused in a criminal…

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Candidate on Nation scholarship score

A 21-year-old candidate from Tharaka-Nithi County who was studying on a Nation Media Group scholarship has scored A-minus in the recently announced Kenya Certificate Secondary Education examination results. Gideon Gitonga from Gatunga village earned the scholarship for his four-year study at Mang’u High School after scoring 391 marks in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination. The candidate, the last-born in a family of eight children, comes from a low-income background. Speaking to the Nation at his home, Gitonga said he hoped to score an A-plain but was content with…

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Penn State students discuss how each presidential candidate could affect education

No issue hits closer to home for many college students than education. Students from both major parties discussed how their candidate would reform the American education system. “Luckily, both candidates do agree on one thing — there needs to be more of an investment in school infrastructure,” O’Neill Kennedy, communications chair for the College Democrats, said. Hillary Clinton’s campaign website states she would expand on the Build America Bonds program, which was introduced by President Barack Obama to provide more funding to local governments. The major contrast in the two…

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