Smriti Irani on Tuesday held interactions with various public and private corporate houses, with several committing to participate in the government’s ‘Swachh Bharat’, ‘Swachh Vidyalya’ campaign.
With Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani watching, Higher Education Secretary Ashok Thakur chose to dwell on — what else — his love for golf.
The key message from the function was Hinduism is a global legacy, with Bhagwat saying that it is not an “ancestral property” of Indians, but it is for everyone.
Sources claim her exit would impact the process of curriculum revision, with changes likely in the expert panel.
A former teacher, 78-year-old Kohli is redefining the Raj Bhavan ever since he was sworn in as the state Governor
Patel said the state government had holistic plans to make Gujarat clean by 2019.
If convicted, section 500 of the IPC entails a simple imprisonment for two years or fine or both.
An important component of the mission is the construction of toilets in schools.
Professor Talat Ahmad said he would meet the HRD minister and propose setting up a medical college.
DUTA members met Irani and submitted a memorandum on the various issues being faced by the teachers.
There are currently 40 central universities under the Ministry, of which 16 were created in 2009 under one Act.
There was also a session on a ‘single Act for central universities’ based on the A M Pathan committee report.
Irani downplayed controversies surrounding the appointment of a few vice-chancellors during the UPA regime.
Another key area of discussion will be “internationalisation strategy” for the universities with respect to academic collaborations, faculty and students.
She observed that higher technical institutes today are far removed from rural India.