Education

CBSE provides relief to school students: Syllabus to be reduced

So as to lighten the study burden of school students, CBSE ( Central Board of Secondary Education) has come up with the decision to cut at least 25 percent  of the  syllabus  for the kids studying till Class 8 in Delhi government schools. The decision was announced by the education minister, Manish Sisodia who said that the plan will be ... Read More »

Rajasthan to introduce new school syllabus from next academic session

The Rajasthan Government has planned to introduce a new syllabus in the schools from next academic session, which would include stories of ‘mahapursh’ (great leaders) among other topics. The step is being taken as an endeavour to make the children aware about Indian culture and values. On September 5, commemorating the occasion of Teachers’ Day, the Rajasthan Minister of State ... Read More »

Andhra Pradesh signs MoU with TISS to increase employability of students

On September 5, the Andhra Pradesh government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). The MoU envisages implementation of programme activities of ‘Andhra Pradesh University Students Employability Skill Development Programme,’ a flagship initiative of the state government. As per an official release, the MoU was signed in Visakhapatnam on the occasion of Teacher’s ... Read More »

Commercialisation biggest drawback for education system: CM Kejriwal

On September 6, the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the biggest drawback for any education system is commercialisation and it is one such sector which should not be turned into business as it gives platform for many irregular practices. He said that, “There are certain indicators in the society which tell that commercialisation is creeping in the education ... Read More »

Punjab government awards 38 teachers on Teachers’ Day

On September 5, the Punjab government felicitated 38 teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day. These teachers were conferred with the State Award for their meritorious services in the field on education. The event for giving the awards to the teachers was held at Mohali. The Education Minister of Punjab, Daljit Singh Cheema honoured the teachers at the function and ... Read More »