Anubhuti Vishnoi

Articles By Anubhuti Vishnoi

Bhutan makes it to cover of India tourism report

The Bhutan monastery was presumably mistaken for one in either Sikkim or Arunachal Pradesh.

Post-FYUP row in DU, private varsities now feel UGC heat

The UGC have written to all universities, for keeping courses in 10+2+3 format.

‘First the British, then history dominated by Marxists… can there be any Indian perspective?’

Days into his new office, Rao has kicked up a controversy with posts on his blog.

DoPT clarifies: Only PS from UPA regime can’t be appointed

The new order makes an exception for those who served as private secretaries to the Leader of Opposition in the RS and LS.

Eco zone of Okhla sanctuary may be 1.2 km: MoEF panel

Top government sources confirmed that the ESZ around the sanctuary will be notified at the earliest.

Selection of 80 Navodaya teachers in Bhopal under lens

‘Rs 8-10 lakh bribe paid to recruit ineligible candidates’, NVS seeks CBI probe.

IIT Kharagpur wants whistleblower out

The SC once called Prof Kumar one of the “unsung heroes who helped improve the system”.

HRD runs check on UGC chief’s foreign trip

The move raising questions about the UGC chairman’s Mauritius visit has come months after the trip was made.

Fresh directive: Pay attention to time-bound requests, PMO tells secretaries

The new communication, accessed by The Indian Express, indicates the secy's approval will be necessary on almost all documents moving out.

Scrap FYUP immediately, it violates 10+2+3 format: UGC to Delhi University

The UGC decision is said to have the support of HRD Minister Smriti Irani, who said the interests of students would be protected.

DU defends FYUP: All procedures followed before introducing course

In case President Pranab Mukherjee does not approve the DU amendment, FYUP will be rolled back.

Irani wants national ranking system for institutes

Interestingly, China already has its own rankings — the Shanghai rankings — that evaluates domestic as well as international institutes.

IGNOU tutors write to PM, to restore council

The DEC dissolution happened a year ago and was largely a government decision, said M Aslam.

BJP doesn’t want it so UGC U-turn, orders review of 4-year undergrad programme

The move to review FYUP comes when admission season is just set to open at the Delhi University.

Two Indian sites make it to UNESCO World Heritage list

While the stepwell was nominated in the cultural category, the GNHP was nominated in the natural category.

Defence projects near China border in fast lane

Boost for border roads, Mountain Strike Corps.

‘Too many Left academics in NCTE council’

Kumar is credited with undoing the saffronisation of textbooks that was said to have been effected under Rajput.

Month after Joshi complaint, HRD asks Joint Secy handling varsities to go

Raju, a Tamil Nadu cadre 1985 batch IAS officer, was until June 6 handling issues related to Central universities.

View from the right: Good beginning

The Organiser also defended of Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani, who was targeted for not being qualified enough for the job.

IIT, IIM in each state: Faculty, costs challenges

Setting up a new IIM could also cost anywhere near Rs 1,000 crore.