RASHTRIYA SHIKSHA AAYOG
Over 37 per cent of schools in India have no electricity
While only 62.81% schools in the country have electricity connections, Jharkhand is at the bottom of the list with just 19% schools in the state having access to electricity.
Modicare to offer 20% lower rates than CGHS rates
The health ministry has finalised the rates for 1,354 packages, which will be covered under...
Will scrap Citizenship Amendment Bill if voted to power: Rahul Gandhi
"We will not allow the Citizenship Amendment Bill for it is detriment...
Niti Aayog wants states to promote zero budget natural farming
Under ZBNF, neither fertiliser nor pesticide is used and only 10 per cent of water is to be used for irrigation as compare to traditional farming technique.
Budget 2019: Read full text of Piyush Goyal's speech in Parliament
In Budget speech, FM not only tried to woo the middle class, but also tried to address rural stress.
Modicare: Private hospitals may be roped in for NHPS
Centre may ask states to incentivise private sector to set up infra, create trained manpower for National Health Protection Scheme’s implementation.
Modicare: What we know so far about 'world's biggest healthcare' scheme
Niti Aayog estimates NHPS will cost the government Rs 5000-6000 crore at a premium of RS 1000-1200 per family assuming 50% coverage in the first year.
Government committed to turning 'brain drain' to 'brain gain': Prakash Javadekar
"We see research scholars who go abroad because of better infrastructure and facilities. We are committed to turning brain drain into brain gain," the minister said.
Tensions among farmers in Uttar Pradesh on the rise as stray cows run amok
Farmers in UP who once took pride in keeping cattle at home, have found them to be their biggest enemies.
If Modi wins again, this could be his plan for India@75
Modi govt has got a blueprint from NITI Aayog to take the country's economy to $4 trillion in the next 5 years
Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan 'way of the mark' in development, faculty support
RUSA to adopt accreditation as a mandatory quality assurance framework and encourage higher educational institutions to devote themselves to do research and innovation.
Education not a subject for 2019 elections: Prakash Javadekar
"Education is not a subject for politics..it will also not be a subject for 2019 elections. It is a subject of future generations and everybody must have an access to it," he said at an event.
Government plans to link Aadhaar with five big schemes focussed on children
These schemes are Mid-Day Meal Scheme, Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan, Rashtriya Madhyanmik Shiksha Abhiyan, Integrated Child Development Services and Integrated Child Protection Scheme.
India's farm woes just breached a crisis point; severe test is at hand for Narendra Modi
Modi is soon likely to have his hands full as farmers disgruntled with long government apathy look all set to come out onto the streets in millions.
Share of spend in government expenditure, GDP on education falling for 3 years
Looking at education spend as a share of the GDP, which is what international trackers do, the trend is clear — having dipped from 0.63% of the GDP in 2013-14 to 0.47% .
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