6:23:45
You are here: Home-> YOUTH/EDUCATION
YOUTH/EDUCATION
New Delhi, 9th March (IANS): The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea for issing directions to the Centre to ensure strict population control measures by making two-child policy mandatory across the country.
»
New Delhi, 7th March (IANS): There is a yawning gap between what Indian higher education (HE) students are taught and ground realities and one way of addressing this is to improve the relevance of the curriculum and pedagogy to fit the world of work and international developments, says a survey conducted by Indian stakeholders and experts at Bournemouth University, whose Pro-Vice Chancellor Sonal Minocha is the first woman of Asian origin to occupy the position at any British university.
»
New York, 6th March (IANS): There has been a significant drop in the number of child marriages worldwide and India contributed significantly to the global decline in the practice, the UN children's agency Unicef said on Tuesday.
»
New Delhi, 5th March (IANS): The Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) on Monday invited suggestions from the public on changes that they want done in the NCERT curriculum for classes I-XII.
»
Lucknow, 3rd March (IANS): Unhappy with the Uttar Pradesh government for non-reimbursement to private schools in last two years for providing education to children under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, schools registered with the Independent Schools' Federation of India across the state on Saturday announced that they will boycott RTE admissions for the coming session.
»