Education

COVID-19: UGC, CBSE directed to coordinate release of CBSE compartment exams, says Education Minister

Earlier in the day, the Supreme Court suggested that the CBSE declare the results of the compartment examinations expeditiously and asked the UGC to ensure that students get admission in colleges saying "these are exceptional times".

SC asks CBSE, UGC to ensure admission of students giving compartment exams

The top court asked CBSE and UGC to work in tandem to ensure that the careers of two lakh students giving the compartment exams, from September 22 to 29, are not jeopardized.

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SC cancels NLSIU Bengaluru entrance exam NLAT-2020

The impugned notification provides that NLSIU shall not accept the scores of CLAT 2020 for admission to academic year 2020-21 and an examination called NLAT be conducted online.

The plea termed holding of a separate examination as "manifestly arbitrary and illegal".

Tech boost: SvaKatha to hold digital fashion show

Virtual fashion visualisation by a start-up incubated at IIT Gandhinagar

With 3D technology and software getting better, the fashion industry is on the verge of an upgrade.

Making Indian universities stay in the business

Over 250 universities may go out of business in four years if they don’t digitise: Schoolguru Eduserve

Rooj also adds that 50% of the college teachers are still not comfortable with teaching online, citing a recent Schoolguru study.

Students of 9 to 12 classes allowed to visit schools with written consent from parents in Punjab

The Punjab government on Sunday allowed students of classes 9 to 12 to visit their schools in areas outside containment zones on voluntary basis

Demand to regulate school fee raised in Rajya Sabha

Raising the issue through a Zero Hour mention, Rajamani Patel of the Congress said "crores of rupees in commission" were being charged on school material and dresses that parents are forced to buy.

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Calcutta University to now give 3 hours to write online exams from home

The university will conduct final semester examinations online from October 1 to 18.

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Punjab govt allows opening of institutions for PhD students, PG Technical courses

The guidelines were issued in compliance with the directives of the current phase of the coronavirus lockdown issued by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs.

As per the orders, online distance learning will be permitted and encouraged but schools, colleges and coaching institutions will remain closed for students and regular classes.

Constitute task force to frame rules for online classes: Congress MP Ahmed Patel in Rajya Sabha

Patel said that in 2014, the Narendra Modi government promised to provide broadband connectivity 2.5 lakh village panchayats by 2017, but so far only 23,000 have been connected.

Raising the demand in Rajya Sabha during the Zero Hour, Patel said the Centre must increase spending to provide digital support to poor students.

UGC NET 2020: Admit cards released for exam; check how you can download

The admit cards for the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) have been released by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

NEP: New education policy aims to achieve twin objectives of inclusion, excellence, says President Kovind

Addressing the Visitors' Conference on 'Implementation of National Education Policy 2020 in Higher Education', the President said the policy sets the vision of developing an equitable and vibrant know

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NTA JEE Main 2020 results soon! All you need to know about B Arch admission, cutoff

The results for JEE Main paper 2 conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) are expected to be declared soon.

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Enhancing students’ aptitude through Olympiads for holistic development

The kids today need to develop their strategic thinking and need to work on achieving holistic development. The education sector is currently undergoing a major revamp.

Not providing gadgets, internet to poor students for online classes digital apartheid: HC

The Delhi High Court Friday directed private as well as government schools like KVs to provide gadgets and an internet package to poor students for online classes, saying not doing so amounts to "disc

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Chhattisgarh’s ‘Korea’ students get ‘mohalla’ classes; how informal set-ups are helping students study

In order to educate students who do not have access to the technological means, many informal set-ups have been established.

No plan to drop civil services aptitude test (CSAT) from civil services examination: Govt

The civil services examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) annually in three stages -- preliminary, main and interview -- to select officers for Indian Administrative Se

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JEE advanced, JoSAA schedule 2020 dates announced! Check seat allocation process, key details

JEE Advanced 2020, JoSAA counselling schedule 2020: This year, IITs have announced that they would drop class 12 performance criteria for admission. Earlier, the student needed to score at least 75 pe

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COVID-19 crisis: Walls used to teach maths to poor students in Maharashtra villages

"We are trying to make children continue their education at home since schools are closed, and build an academic atmosphere in rural areas. The idea behind 'Mission Mathematics' is to impart lessons t

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St Stephen’s College releases its first cut-off list for undergraduate courses

This year's cut-offs are higher than last year. In 2019, the cut-off for BA(Hons) English and BA (Hons) Economics were pegged at 98.75 per cent for students from commerce background.

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Online classes: Education goes high-tech in Delhi govt schools

Project Aspiration 2020 has empowered hundreds of teachers, many of whom have limited experience using computers, by putting powerful digital tools and skills at their disposal

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COVID-19: Education Ministry launches schools’ alternative academic calendar for next 8 weeks

The purpose of mapping of themes with learning outcomes is to facilitate teachers and parents to assess the progress in the learning of children and also to go beyond textbooks, Nishank said.

UGC-NET 2020 Examination: National Eligibility Test postponed; check new examination date

Sadhana Parashar, Senior Director, NTA, was quoted by PTI as saying that the National Testing Agency will hold the ICAR exams on 16, 17, 22 and 23 September.

EMBA: Rise in online enrolments

SP Jain School sees 50% growth in enrolments for its executive MBA offering

In addition to the online version, SP Jain delivers an onsite Executive MBA in Mumbai, Singapore and Dubai. These too have performed very well.
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