The government is proposing to allow new free schools to select up to 100% of pupils according to their parents’ religion, and has a public consultation open until 12 December. Since 2007, in a bid to increase diversity, no new academy or free school has been permitted to admit more than 50% of its pupils based on faith. The Catholic church, however, has refused to open any new schools on this basis, saying it needs to be able to select up to 100% of pupils on their faith. Guy Shirley, parent and founder of the Kingston Fair Admissions Group “I moved to an area with very good schools, only to find our house was in a triangle between two Catholic schools that were 100% selective by faith, and a Church of England school that at the time was the same. It’s important to remember that at least half the population no longer has a faith. The admissions criteria of some faith schools – church attendance, participation in church events – encourage parents to act … [Read more...] about Should new schools be able to select all children by faith?
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Admissions to bachelor of veterinary science and animal husbandry (BVSc AH) course at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) for the 2020-21 academic session will done on the basis of marks obtained in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test-Under Graduate (NEET UG-2020) to be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on May 3 2020.Candidates interested in admission to the College of Veterinary Science, Ludhiana, College of Veterinary Science, Rampura Phul and Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Amritsar, are required to register themselves for NEET (UG)-2020, said GADVASU registrar Sushil Prabhakar.The NTA has already announced the NEET notice on its website, the registration for which is open till December 31, he said. The marks obtained by the candidates in NEET (UG)-2020 will be the criteria for admission in GADVASU veterinary colleges for Punjab candidates only. NRI candidates and those recommended … [Read more...] about GADVASU to admit students in vet courses through NEET-2020
Psychosis has historically been defined as "the loss of contact with reality" and can be observed in various mental disorders, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder. The chief symptoms of psychosis include hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking, and a range of negative symptoms that represent an absence or loss of normal human experience. Source: Mark L. Ruffalo, D.Psa., L.C.S.W. Schizophrenia, long considered the classic psychotic disorder, demonstrates the complexity and variability of psychotic symptoms. Prior to DSM-5, the disorder was diagnosed according to five subtypes—paranoid, disorganized, catatonic, undifferentiated, and residual. More recently, some authors have suggested that "schizophrenia" is better understood as describing a range of different diseases, perhaps more than 100, rather than a single disease entity (Frances, 2013). Since the founding of modern scientific psychiatry in the mid-to-late 1800s, … [Read more...] about Three Rare Psychotic Syndromes
By John Mayaki Progress means getting nearer to where you want to be, and in the past few months, I have made tremendous progress in my academic pursuits, particularly in the mastery of the media and communication.Enrolling at the prestigious Coventry University, United Kingdom, and earning a Masters Degree in Communication, Culture, and Media, amid other notable awards, in flying colors has, without doubt, enriched my life and chosen career. This is due to the fact that the post-graduate level course is distinct in the enhancement of skills and other career opportunities. Modules such as Managers as Effective Leaders: Contribution to Creating and Communicating the Organization has proven useful for me in the areas of professional networking and management, particularly in diverse and creative fields. Why Toyin Abraham cannot re-marry now — Manager(Opens in a new browser tab) In addition to all of these, my enrollment at the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) for a Global … [Read more...] about Onward to Oxford University
One of the seven farms whose strawberries were sabotaged with sewing needles has been pushed to the brink after supermarkets refused to take its stock. Stephanie Chheang, whose mother and stepfather run Donnybrook Berries, shared a heartbreaking video of harvested fruit being dumped from a loader. 'This is no doubt the worst thing to ever happen to my family. This is worth more than you could ever imagine and within three days we lost it all,' she said. Stephanie Chheang, whose mother and stepfather run Donnybrook Berries, shared a heartbreaking video of harvested fruit being dumped from a loader The company was the third brand hit by the national panic that started when a man was rushed to hospital after eating a spiked strawberry on September 9. The small family business north of Brisbane was forced to dump millions of strawberries in a ditch after its brand was recalled. 'We have to throw them out because the markets wouldn't take our strawberries due to the needle … [Read more...] about ‘Within three days we lost it all’: Daughter of strawberry farmers shows the stark reality of her family’s livelihood and years of hard work being ‘dumped’ after the needle sabotage