Maharashtra Government Approves School Opening and Online Learning SOP

The Maharashtra government approved the reopening of schools and the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) of online learning on Monday amid Corona epidemic crisis. It was submitted to the government by the Education Department on 12 June. State Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray approved it in a meeting with Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad. According to this SOP, the new academic session will…

IGNOU’s 13 Offline Courses Will Now be Available Online

After the approval from UGC, IGNOU has first approved 13 courses for which students had to go to the study center. Now this course is made available online and there is no need to visit the study center. IGNOU is also offering the option to test it in online mode. Students can apply by the end of July. Chancellor of…

First Time Universities Give Four to Five Opportunities For Application

Due to Corona’s growing transition in the capital, other educational institutions, including the central university here, have taken a more liberal approach this time about admission. Many institutes have changed their application date from 4 to 5 times. The probable date to start the admission process of the graduate in DU Standing Committee is June 20, but it is expected…

University of Ranchi: Seventh Pay Scale to 151 Teachers

The salary of 151 teachers of five minority colleges of Ranchi University was fixed in the seventh pay scale. These include St. Xavier’s College Ranchi, Nirmala College, Yogada Satsang College, Gosner College, Maulana Azad College. At the same time, due to non-submission of necessary documents by the college of nine teachers of Paramveer Albert Ekka College Chainpur, the salary could…

Government Company NFL will train ITI students

The state-run company National Fertilizers Limited (NFL) has decided to impart training to youth in various trades (skills) to contribute to the government’s “Skill India” initiative. The company is also tying up with industrial training institutes (ITIs) near its plants to increase the chances of employing youth in heavy and process industries. The company’s Punjab-based Nangal plant under the Department…

NIRF Rankings 2020

NIRF Rankings 2020 Live updates: Ministry of Human Resource Development will announce NIRF Rankings 2020 today. It was scheduled to be released in April but was postponed due to Corona virus infection and lockdown. The ranking will be released on the official website of the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) at www.nirfindia.org. Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank himself…

CBSE: Small syllabus will be ready in a month, unnecessary topics being removed

CBSE President Manoj Ahuja said that the institute has started work on rationalizing the syllabus to bridge the educational disadvantage and the reduced syllabus will be ready in a month. Ahuja said that we are keeping the core elements in the syllabus and removing the parts which are unnecessary. Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ announced on Tuesday…

Consider a New scheme of Fellowship to Attract foreign students in IIT

A new scheme of fellowship is being considered to lure foreign students in Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Under this, talented foreign students will be invited to study at IIT by giving fellowship. The IIT Council has decided in this regard. Preparations are underway for its implementation. IITs are keen to admit foreign students to their institutions. Three years ago…

Fee collection is reduced in Delhi Schools

The lockdown has also impacted the income of schools. In the capital schools, parents have reduced the fees, due to which the collection of schools has decreased significantly from April to June. Due to lack of money, schools are also facing problems in paying their staff. However, the parents association says that the lockdown has also hit the parents, so…