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Don’t question patriotism of students, says Smriti Irani

Minister Smriti Irani today said students are “sensitive” and their patriotism should not be questioned.


Delhi Confidential: Extra work

Irani has directed officers of DS/Director rank to devote “at least one hour everyday” in the facilitation centre for redressal of public grievances


From the gallery

The day to day happenings in both the houses of Parliament House.

Delhi confidential: STAFF ON NOTICE

An upset minister has given a week’s time to brush up space. He would undertake an inspection again soon.

500 meritorious students felicitated by HRD Minister

While a total of 1,074 students were identified from various states, only 515 students could visit the capital for the ceremony.


Smriti says Yale degree comment ‘misconstrued’

HRD minister was reported to have said at India Today Woman Summit that she had a degree from prestigious university in US.


HRD minister asked to act on errors in class XII books

Dr Goyal had filed a PIL in the Punjab and Haryana High Court to highlight errors in class XI and XII Biology textbooks.

Delhi Confidential: Mark of a minister

The staff were quite impressed by Irani’s gesture as most do not recall a single instance of any other minister dropping in to meet the junior staff.


Educational qualification of minister should not concern anybody: Rashid Alvi

Alvi said that he agrees that they (ministers) should be judged on the basis of their performance, whether they were successful or not.


Modi gives Smriti big job, Cong takes a cheap shot

The Prime Minister has given her the portfolio (of HRD) on the basis of her capabilities, said Prasad.


Mulling increasing spending on higher education: HRD Minister Smriti Irani

The minister said that the lapsed legislations on higher education are being studied for their possible introduction afresh.

Proposal to cut the working hours of KV teachers was unlikely to be passed, said sources. (Reuters)

Kendriya Vidyalayas set to switch to 5-day week for primary classes

The proposal to switch to a five-day schedule is in keeping with the Right to Education Act.


Raju meets Sonia,unlikely to quit

Raju met Sonia Saturday and the Congress chief advised him to not act in haste.

Bihar: 600 schools stop midday meal

The state government has decided to discontinue midday meal at more than 600 schools


Bihar mid-day meal tragedy: Centre says need for collective responsibility

Tragedy has sparked blame game with Bihar govt refuting Centre’s contention that it had sent alerts.