SC asks CBSE, UGC to ensure admission of students giving compartment exams
The top court asked CBSE and UGC to work in tandem to ensure that the careers of two lakh students giving the compartment exams, from September 22 to 29, are not jeopardized.
What happened to Clause 6 report on Assam Accord, asks students' body
In a written reply to a question of Sambhaji Chatrapati in Rajya Sabha,...
IIMB faculty, students express solidarity with Umar Khalid, condemn arrest of activists
"Peaceful non-violent protest is not only a fundament...
Nearly 354 Kashmiri students stranded in India for over six months permitted to travel to Pakistan
“We approached Indian and Pakistani authorities and urged them to allow our travel before the start of the semester,” a third-year student of Rawalpindi Medical University from southern Kashmir told ET over the phone. “There are about 354 students who have been permitted to travel. Any delay would have resulted in the waste of a full academic year.”
Justice Lokur, Prashant Bhushan speak out against arrest of students, activists
Bhushan also sought a review of the order challenging his conviction. Bhushan had in two of his tweets been sharply critical of the Supreme Court for failing through its acts of omission and commission in safeguarding Indian democracy, especially the people’s right to free speech and dissent.
Delhi riots: Police arrests former JNU student leader Umar Khalid
Earlier this week, Khalid was called by the Crime Branch for questioning in the northeast Delhi riots case. He was let off after the questioning.
NEET 2020: Rahul Gandhi wishes students appearing for medical entrance exam
"My best wishes to the students appearing for NEET exam and my sympathies to those who couldn't take it due to the Covid pandemic and floods. Wish Modi ji was as concerned about JEE-NEET aspirants and students as he is about his crony capitalist friends," he said on Twitter.
Students with high temperature but not COVID positive will be allowed to take NEET exam: Odisha
Those students will be isolated and be provided seats in separate rooms. Maximum 12 students will be allotted a seat in a room keeping in view the physical distancing. Also, invigilators attending the students having symptoms of COVID-19 will wear PPEs while performing examination duty.
Students to study in 2022 under new curriculum as envisaged by NEP: PM Modi
The new curriculum will be a future-ready and scientific. It will have new skills to promote critical thinking, creativity, communication and curiosity, Modi said. The prime minister noted that the Ministry of Education has received over 15 lakh suggestions from teachers on the implementation of NEP within a week through the MyGov portal.
SC terms 'frivolous' PIL on rising suicides in IITs, imposes Rs 10K fine on lawyer
Lawyer Gaurav Bansal, during the brief hearing, said that around 50 students have died by suicides in IITs across India in last five years and requested the court to intervene and direct the Union Education Ministry and IITs to formulate and implement a 'Student Wellness Program'.
Delhi riots: Court dismisses ex-JNU student leader Umar Khalid's plea seeking to meet family
Khalid is in police custody for 10 days, till September 24, in a case related to the large conspiracy in the communal violence in north east Delhi in February.
NEP will play key role in creating 'Atmanirbhar Bharat': Modi
Modi spoke about the importance of education as a key component for creating an "Atmanirbhar Bharat" (self-reliant India).
SC rejects states plea for postponing JEE-NEET exams for safety of students
The Supreme Court has dismissed the petition made by states seeking review of its August 17 order which allowed the holding of JEE, NEET exa...
Indian Embassy takes up concerns of Indian students with China
It is reiterated that following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year, the Chinese government had restricted the entry of foreigners into China, permitting such entry only in specific circumstances, an Indian Embassy press release said.
COVID-19: Schools in Delhi to remain closed for all students till Oct 5, says Delhi govt
"All government and private schools will remain closed for all students till October 5. However, online teaching and learning activities will continue as usual," an official order issued by the Directorate of Education (DoE) said.