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NEP 2020: Digital learning gets big push, govt announces Divvang-friendly software, virtual labs and more
The draft of the policy had said that online question banks of higher order questions will be made available to teachers and students for this purpose
NEP 2020: No more red tape for approvals in education, colleges can soon use online self-disclosure approval system
In a provision suggested in the NEP, universities and colleges will no longer have to wait for approvals to build, start courses and so on. They will only have to self-disclose particulars online
The new National Education Policy proposes to cease the distinction between Arts and Sciences. What does this mean for students?
Plans had been in place to introduce a single higher education regulator in the country to replace other bodies such as the UGC and AICTE
NEP 2020: Modi's Ministry of Education ambitiously aims to achieve 50% Gross Enrolment Ratio by 2035
The GER in higher education has increased from 25.8 per cent in 2017-18 to 26.3 per cent in 2018-19. With the new NEP, the aim is higher
NEP 2020: Focus on promoting Indian languages, culture and traditions to students in Indian institutions
The new reforms in the policy also stated the introduction of e-courses in eight major regional languages instead of limiting the e-content to Hindi and English
After the approval of the NEP 2020, there will be degree programmes with multiple entry and exit points. Also, there will be an integrated master's programme for those interested in research
The new National Education Policy was approved by the union cabinet on July 29. It was drafted by an 11-member committee headed by Dr K Kasturirangan
The New Education Policy would allow global universities to set up their campus in the country. The new policy would also see an overhaul of the system in place in higher education
EIA is destructive, let nature reboot during pandemic: 50 student organisations write to Javadekar's Environment Ministry about new proposal
The EIA draft was released on March 12, right before the country went into a massive lockdown. Public opinions on this are open till June 30
Union Minister Prakash Javadekar is the chief guest on day one of the conference which falls on International Day for Biological Diversity, that is, May 22. You will be joining in, right?
This move comes hours after Home Minister Amit Shah addressed Nina Medical Association through a video conference, assuring them of safety
Besides this, the Prime Minister also gave a "shout out to all those working at the forefront to defeat COVID-19"
PM Modi to address the nation at 10 am on April 14, likely to announce lockdown extension, exemptions if any
Earlier, there were indications that the Prime Minister's Office is contemplating a graded lifting of lockdown measures, and marking the country into red, yellow and green zones
As many as 1.3 lakh trees have been felled and while the tribals have been protesting about it for a long time, it is now that their voices are being heard much more clearly
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