Selective approvals confirmed by state perspective plans is the way forward, says HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar.
President Kovind’s presence on the Allahabad University campus maybe seen as a sign of his confidence in Rattan Lal Hangloo, which could be embarrassing for Prakash Javadekar.
Vodafone India and Idea Cellular have partnered DoT to provide services in 2,000 and 1,000 panchayats, respectively.
Opposition Congress, which had earlier called Ravi Shankar an agent of the BJP-led government in the Ayodhya dispute, sought to know the government’s stand on it.
“I will give just one figure…One crore new PF accounts were opened in one year. PF account can be opened only when a person gets a job…One crore new accounts in 2016-17),” said Javadekar who was in the state to participate in BJP’s Gujarat Gaurav Maha-sampark Abhiyaan on Sunday.
At a press briefing, Javadekar called the Congress “anti-people”, and expressed confidence of BJP’s victory in the Assembly elections due next month.
IGNOU and Jamia Millia Islamia’s distance learning programme have already made education free for transgenders.
Prakash Javadekar is the minister for human resource development (HRD).
The human resource development minister said the ruling BJD was trying to promote Patnaik by putting up posters and banners across the state, highlighting an award given to the chief minister by a news magazine.
The Railways has said that adding coaches is normal during rush. Vinay Srivastava, the official who took the train, has denied allegations that the coach was attached on his request.
Prakash Javadekar said, “It is a cause of worry…students from Class VIII become slaves of these coaching institutes. They are being taught to only face competitive exams. The coaching institutes are promoting rote learning and not imparting actual knowledge to the students.”
Education minister Prakash Javadekar said 7.51 lakh teachers will get benefits of the 7th Pay Commission
The leader said the BJP’s prospects in the upcoming state elections in Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh and Karnataka are still bright because of the credibility enjoyed by the party and the PM.
The panel that made the suggestion is one of the five committees set up by the UGC on April 25, to investigate the complaints of irregularities against 10 central universities.
“The committee studied various aspects and I have not seen what they have said, but there is neither such decision nor is there any such intention to change the names (of these universities)”.