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Puducherry: New education policy deserves to be appreciated, says BJP

The BJP’s Puducherry unit has welcomed the NDA government’s New Education Policy, saying it is timely and deserves to be appreciated in its entirety. Party’s local unit President V Saminathan said in a release that it was mind boggling that... Continue Reading →


Africa can expand higher education with Indian help

UNECA, AU, AFDB has suggested that African countries must learn from India's approach towards higher education for poor students African countries can expand university education by using the Indian method of not relying on expensive physical infrastructure to give access... Continue Reading →

Digital classrooms to impart performing arts education

Art lessons will no longer be a monotonous interaction between teachers and students in classrooms, thanks to the exclusive online platform "Virsa", which was launched recently with an aim to give free digital learning on Indian culture and music to... Continue Reading →

Secondary education enrolment on decline

Many  sanctioned posts of teacher, headmaster lying vacant.Despite tall claims of the government to improve the quality of education, the gross enrolment ratio has decreased from 66.29 per cent in 2014-15 to 66.1 per cent in 2015-16. Further, 182 of... Continue Reading →

Can’t allow school to be run from unsafe building: Supreme Court

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to allow a Mumbai school to continue its academic session from an old building, declared unsafe and unauthorised by civic authorities, saying the structure will be unable to sustain the onslaught of monsoon.... Continue Reading →

Government to launch 32 education channels through DTH

The Union HRD ministry has given its clearance to a scheme called Swayam Prabha, allowing 32 direct-to-home (DTH) television channels to broadcast programs for school and university students from August. Approved by Smriti Irani, the scheme is likely to be... Continue Reading →

How India’s National Education Policy evolved over the years

The government began the process of drafting a new National Education Policy last year with extensive grassroots consultations. The effort culminated in an expert committee assimilating the feedback and submitting about 90 inputs for the policy document. But the initiative... Continue Reading →

Saffronisation of Education good for India, said Ministers

Member of Parliament from Agra and Minister of State for Human Resource Development Ram Shankar Katheria has said, “There will be saffronisation of education and the country” and termed the process as beneficial for the country. Mr. Katheria was speaking... Continue Reading →

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