RASHTRIYA SHIKSHA AAYOG
First RSS ‘Army’ school from next April; Ist batch to have 160 students
School to follow Central Board of Secondary Education syllabus; prospectus ‘ready’.
Budgetary allocation for interest-free education loans to be hiked: Prakash Javdekar
Talking of the government's plan to further hike the bud...
Seventh pay commission recommendation soon to be implemented for teachers
Rajasthan higher education minister Kiran Maheshwari said that popu...
Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget for 2019-20: Key Highlights
At first glance, it looked like Union Budget 2019 has disappointed Dalal Street.
NCERT books to have QR codes from next year: Prakash Javadekar
The government has made a provision of Rs 6,600 crore for bearing the interest component on education loans, Javadekar told reporters in national capital.
Big shift in disinvestment policy: Plan to privatise profitable CPSEs in works
Niti Aayog may be told to draw up a list of non-strategic blue chip companies for sale.
Better payouts, digital payments to spur financial inclusion: NITI Aayog
"The government has launched many flagship schemes to promote financial inclusion and provide financial security to empower the poor and unbanked in the country," it said.
Niti Aayog to reach out to cabinet secretary to move methanol blending plan
The official alleged that the petroleum ministry is not moving ahead on the proposal despite committing itself to the project at a high-level meeting led by the cabinet secretary in the last week of July.
Ram's work must be done: RSS chief
“Ram's work has to be done, and Ram's work will get done,” Mohan Bhagwat has flagged his organisation's insistence on the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya.
Centre okays Rs 5,000 crore for 1,000 institutions to boost higher education
The amount (Rs 4,889 crore) was approved by Project Approval Board (PAB) of Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) under the HRD ministry.
How autonomous colleges are breaking India's rigid degree system
Armed with autonomy, colleges are gaining full control of their destiny and of their students.
Technology will be strongest point of National Health Protection Scheme: Niti Aayog
Election-bound Karnataka will roll out Universal Health Coverage (UHC) from November 1, bringing all government health schemes under one umbrella.
NHPS upper limit can be Rs 1,082 per family: Niti Aayog
The mega health insurance scheme, which is looking to insure 40% of the population will cover all pre-existing diseases and will be portable across all states and union territories.
Universities will now have to compete for funds
The Centre also plans to provide 75 colleges Rs 4 crore each as grants, besides upgrading them to model degree colleges.
3-day Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh strategy meet begins this week
Prant pracharaks meet every July to take stock of the Sangh Shiksha Varg, the annual camp of the RSS held in Nagpur that facilitates final training of the organisation’s karyakartas that ends in May.
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