The HRD Ministry headed by Union Minister Prakash Javadekar is all set to revamp panel that was earlier formed by former HRD Minister Smriti Irani before finalising the new education policy.
The Human Resource Development Ministry headed by Union Minister Prakash Javadekar is all set to revamp panel that was earlier formed by former HRD Minister Smriti Irani before finalising the new education policy. The panel that was formed by Irani was headed by ex-bureaucrat TSR Subramanian. Prakash Javadekar took over the MHRD in July 2016 when Smriti Irani was shifted to the Textile Ministry. The report that was filed by Subramanian’s panel in 2016 will now be taken as an input for the next report that will be filed by the new panel. Scientists Goverdhan Mehta and M A Mashelkar, former VC of Pune University Professor Ram Takwale, former UGC chairman Arun Nigavekar and former VC of Maulana Azad National Urdu University Professor Talat Aziz are being considered for the panel according to a report in Indian Express.
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Earlier in the week, The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) launched a mobile app called the Exam Centre Locator (ECL) app for students of Class 10 and 12 who are preparing to appear for their board examination starting March 9. The class 10 examinations will end on April 10 while the class 12 exams will continue till April 29. With the help of this app, students will be able to find their exam centre with the help of their roll number. Candidates can simply enter their exam roll number and accordingly the ECL app will locate their centre and show the exam centre on images with accordance to the geographical location. The information about a total of 4000 CBSE Board exam centres is available in this app.
Class 12 students appearing for CBSE examination on March 9 found the first paper – English – easy but lengthy. According to students and teachers, the question paper for the subject was easy barring the literature portion but was long. The examinations conducted by CBSE for class 10 and 12 began here for which 8,86,506 and 10,98,981 candidates had registered respectively.