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No Proposal To Recognise One-Year Master’s Degree From Foreign Countries: HRD Ministry

"As per the current policy, equivalence is accorded by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) only for those Master's degree awarded by approved, recognised or accredited foreign universities that are of two-year duration", Union Human Resource Development Minister said.

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CBSE Introduces Experiential Learning From 2019-20 Session

CBSE along with NCERT has been planning school syllabus under experiential learning from 2019-20 session onwards which would include life skills and other important topics.

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QS Rankings: HRD Ministry Reviewing Reasons Behind Prestigious Varsities Losing Out On Top Spots

The HRD Ministry is examining the reasons behind several prestigious Indian varsities, including JNU and the Hyderabad University, not finding top spots in the QS rankings.

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No Proposal To Implement Common Salary Package For CBSE Teachers: HRD Ministry

The HRD ministry on Monday ruled out any proposal to implement a common salary package for teachers working in CBSE schools across the country.

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Yogi Adityanath Writes To HRD Minister Urging Him To Establish IISER In UP

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has written to Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' urging him to establish an IISER in the state.

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8,663 New Schools, 46k Toilets Constructed Till March 31: MHRD

Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said under the RMSA till 2017-18 and Samagra Shiksha effective from 2018 -19, 12,896 new secondary schools, 53,789 additional classrooms, 66,286 toilets and 11,933 drinking water facilities in schools have been sanctioned.

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Non-Technical UG Courses Must Have Vocational Content

There is a huge gap between the skill needs of the Indian economy and the supply of graduates, a government backed report says, adding that non-technical, non-professional degree courses should have 20-35 per cent vocational content.

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Over 36% Schools In India Without Electricity: HRD Minister

"As per Unified District Information System for Education (UDISE) report, 2017-18, 63.14 per cent schools have power supply," he said. According to the report, Assam has least number of schools with electricity at 24.28 per cent, followed by Meghalaya at 26.34 per cent.

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JNUSU Claims University Trying To Impose Hindi On UG Students

JNUSU president N Sai Balaji said that the university administration mentioned the proposal of making Hindi a mandatory for the undergraduate students.

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HRD Ministry Launches SHREYAS To Skill Non-Technical Students

Coursework of 1,000 hours will be added to BA, BCom and BSc programmes; out of which 250 hours each will be given to soft and ICT skilling and rest 500 hours will be dedicated to specific skill courses.

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