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HRD Ministry invites applications from class 6 to 12 students for training-cum-entrepreneurship competition

The students will have to send their ideas on 11 core themes including environment women safety, education, health, traffic, infrastructure, agriculture, social welfare, disability, travel and digital literacy

Huge gap between demands and allocations for HRD's higher education department: Parliament

HRD higher education department should review its overall mechanism right from making the proposed demand till the final expenditure is incurred and also assess the impact thereof, said the Parliamentary panel. It also said that the allocation for central universities is inadequate.

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Delhi: Teachers’ body slams HRD for trying to ‘arm-twist’ DU

The DUTA also said the MoU “pushes the task of expansion of student intake explicitly to the existing universities which would require more teachers, non-teaching staff and physical infrastructure."

E-recruitment trend across India picks up pace in February: Report

As per reports, hiring activity witnessed growth in February this year, which suggests optimism across industries including BFSI and insurance even as the ITeS sector continues to reel under pressure.

Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti (NVS) releases answer keys for non-teaching staff exam 2017 at nvshq.org, raise objections

NVS non-teaching exam 2017: The answer keys for non-teaching post exam have been released at the official website - nvshq.org.

Day before I-Day: Punjab govt issues fresh guidelines for schools as per MHRD order

In its orders dated August 7, MHRD said that schools have to organize 'Sankalp programme' near 'Shaheed Smaraks' and an oath has to be undertaken vowing removal of corruption, poverty, terrorism, casteism and communalism by 2022 to form a 'New India'.

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NEP panel plans to replicate Gunotsav in other states

This time, the education policy will have a roadmap, which was missing in the previous policies, said Subramanian.

MHRD has several questions on university’s pension scheme

The Centre has raised questions about how the university was planning to deal with its financial liabilities.

Framing of New education policy: Providing quality education in govt schools is first step

Academicians from across the city have also criticised the decision of the previous government to make class X board exams optional.

Responses to new education policy- What students want: Mandatory educational trips, no burden of homework, tech-driven teaching

CBSE has invited online feedback from the students of classes VI-XII to take their responses.

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