JEE Main 2020: Going by the number of candidates, Marathi and Telugu would be added in the JEE Main, first. As in JEE Main 2019 maximum candidates appeared from Maharashtra with 1.1 lakh applications and Andhra Pradesh and Telangana with the combined number of candidates at 1.60 lakh.
The no-detention policy in classes 5 and 8 was scrapped with the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Act moved by the central government, passed in both Houses in the winter session this year.
UP board exams 2020: The board has also commenced online correction process in certificates, where the students who appeared in the examinations 2017 onwards can apply for corrections. The students can apply through the website- upmsp.edu.in
NTA NEET 2021: "We have received lots of communications from the students and teachers across the country, and are thinking of conducting it twice a year like the JEE Main," said NTA director Vineet Joshi.
IIT M.Tech fee hike row: The ministry in a recent decision with consultation of the Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) hiked the course fees of the programmes by 900 per cent and also slashed the stiphen received by the students who will enrol in post graduate (pg) programme
World Tourism Day 2019: "The gap will be 7.55 lakh in non-managerial level and 1.09 lakh in managerial cadre by 2020-21 in tourism and hospitality sector," as per the data shared by the Ministry of Tourism.