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CBSE Practical’s will not be held in the Home-centers from year 2020

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is considering stopping practical examinations at the home –centers. The practical exams will be conducted at the external centers like theory exams ins... Read More

Kerala Government Appeals for the Case of School Unification

The government of Kerala has demanded for the withdrawal of the ruling issued by the High Court staying the merger of the three Directorates of school education.... Read More

NEP declares XI and XII to be integral to Schools and not “Junior Colleges”

The National Education Policy is set to alter certain deeply embedded perceptions we have about our education system. One of such point of views is the one which categorizes class XI and XII as Higher... Read More

Question of Vacant RTE seats and Loss of School’s Revenue—case of Maharashtra

The number of RTE quota seats filled stand at 46,900 while the total number of seats in the Maharashtra is as high as 2.44 lacs. Faced with a deadlock, or at least a bottleneck, there are suggestions ... Read More

Amid Protests, clause of compulsory Hindi dropped from NEP

The clause recommending mandatory Hindi teaching in schools, as expected, did not sit well with people in many states, most notably, Tamilnadu. Amid, intense backlash that the union government faced f... Read More

National Independent School Alliance questions the exclusion of the mention of Direct Benefit Transfer in the NEP draft

National Education Policy is posed as a democratic and inclusive draft, however, there are issues which have found vocal detractors. The fiercest opposition that erupted in the wake of NEP promulgatio... Read More

NCERT Led Review of NCF 2005 on the Cards

The guidelines issued with respect to the curriculum prior to the NCF 2005 include the 1975 guideline which directed the inclusion of General Science as a compulsory subject and recommended activity b... Read More

Telengana—Discrepancy in the board examination results leads to student suicides

Events took a tragic turn when 19 students from the state committed suicide after apparently getting morbidly disappointed by the examination results. The extreme step was taken by the students within... Read More

In a first, NCTE launces Teacher Training Programme with +2 minimum Qualification

The aspiring teachers have new horizons opening for them with the news that now they would be able to train as teachers after completing class higher secondary schooling. The ravages of unemployment i... Read More

Indian Army takes initiative in the interest of education of the children of the state of J&K

Amidst the ever present tension and conflict and undercurrents of mutual suspicion and cynicism, the Indian Army has yet again made its bid to reach out to the community by funding the education of th... Read More

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