32 coaching centres found without licence will be sealed

  • | Friday | 8th December, 2023

NOIDA: The district inspector of schools (DIoS) on Wednesday issued closure notices to 32 coaching centres that were found operating without registration under the UP Coaching Institutes Regulation Act. The order asked the institutions to close down with immediate effect. The education department had started a drive in March this year, in which it scrutinised some coaching institutes in the district to check the registration details.Since then, several notices have been sent to the institutions that were found to be breaching the rule. In June, the department sent notices to 54 coaching institutes in Noida and Greater Noida, out of which only 20 responded.On November 9, the department formed 12 teams to carry out a survey of coaching centres in Noida and Greater Noida. At that time, 32 establishments were found operating with registration, the majority of them from Sector 62. Several notices have been sent to the institutions, but they have not responded. It is a matter of safety and security for the students. To run any coaching institute, the registration must be done with the district administration, said DIoS Dharamveer Singh.In some of these institutes, over 200 students are enrolled. Officials have advised the owners of such institutes to return the advance fee of students. However, there is no official order on the same. If any institution wants to register themselves, they can still do it. We will continue to conduct such drives, said the DIoS.We also published the following articles recentlyAllen Career Institute acquires DoubtnutTest prep firm Allen Career Institute acquires AI-led doubt solving platform Doubtnut in a deal worth USD 10 million. Allen will provide its curriculum and academic offerings to Doubtnuts student base, benefiting from the platforms ability to enhance the learning experience. The acquisition reflects Allens commitment to technology-led learning solutions and expanding its reach to a wider audience.AU first educational institution in UP to have international standards astroturf groundThe first astroturf hockey ground at Allahabad University is ready to hold international matches. Constructed by the Smart City Mission, the ground has met the standards of Global Category Class II and has been approved by the International Hockey Federation. The ground was inspected and tested on various parameters, including ball pressure, bouncing ability, and water holding capacity. The astroturf, costing Rs 5.37 crore, will continue to perform for at least another 10 years. Certain items are banned from the turf area, and the field can accommodate 1,000 spectators.Patients forced to wait for hours at cancer instituteDelhi State Cancer Institute (DSCI) has withdrawn the online appointment system, causing chaos and long waiting times for cancer patients seeking treatment. A circular issued on November 29 announced the discontinuation of the online system from December 1. Patients and their relatives are now queuing up early at the institute without a cut-off time for registrations. The decision to remove the online system came from higher authorities, according to Dr. Vatsala Agarwal, the director at DSCI. Despite initial chaos, Agarwal believes the new system will benefit patients in the long run.

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