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Teachers get a pat on the back from HRD minister for showing resilience and reinforcing their facilitating role

NET Exam dates soon, those awaiting appointment in JNVS will get letters after lockdown is over “Teachers across the country have discharged their responsibilities, which is commendable,” said union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal during a webinar with teachers today. The Minister expressed his gratitude to all the teachers for spreading awareness relating to COVID-19 among the students and society at …

Union budget: Positive vibes among education sector stakeholders

After the Interim Budget (vote on account) 2019 presented in February this year, the full budget for this fiscal was presented in the Parliament by the new Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, who for record is the first ever full time woman finance minister of India, on July 5.    Education sector has been allocated Rs 94,853.64 crore in the union …

2018 YEAR END SPECIAL: Revised CBSE Affiliation Bye Laws—a  well intentioned utopian reform   

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) after a gap of six years, in October  issued revised new affiliation bye-laws for its affiliated and aspirant schools in the hope that the cumbersome process before and after affiliation becomes affable. The revision of these affiliation bye laws (first notified in 1988 and revisited in 2012) had been ordered by the union …

Nothing Revolutionary About Education Budget 2017-18

Though this year’s budget proposals for education sector look like paying a closer attention than usual to this game changer sector and shifting focus on youth, in the ultimate analysis, education sector  continues to remain a neglected priority for the government in this budget too  Referring to the challenges of ambitions on growth, employment and social justice spelt in this …

Jaipur Festival of Education: Branding Rajasthan Education

In the coming month of April, Rajasthan Government in collaboration with GEMS Education, an international private education group of Indian origin operating several K-12 schools, brings to Jaipur the Festival of Education—a first of its kind multi-event conglomeration around education anywhere in India by a state and in the process hoping to project Rajasthan as an education destination Projected as …

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