Education

Courses to be offered in English by degree colleges in Andhra

The Andhra Pradesh government declared on Tuesday that all degree colleges in the state will employ English as the medium of instruction starting from the 2021-22 academic year.

Government is Indebited to Teachers for making Punjab Leader in the field of Education : CM Capt Amrinder Singh

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Thursday said that his government and people of the state would ever remain indebted to the teacher fraternity for their strenuous efforts which made Punjab number one in school education in the country.  

Pokhriyal approves release of Report of All India Survey on Higher Education

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ Thursday approved the release of the report of All India Survey on Higher Education 2019-20. This Report provides key performance indicators on the current status of Higher education in the country.

60% students against internal marks for Class XII score : Survey

While 80 per cent of Class XII students are relieved and pleased that the board examinations have been cancelled, nearly two-third of them are concerned about the use of internal school assessments to calculate results, a survey revealed on Tuesday.

TN forms panel to decide class 12th marks

The Tamil Nadu education department minister has constituted a committee to look into how Class 12 students can be awarded marks after the cancellation of the board examinations.

12 member committee sets up to decide criteria for Class 12 results by CBSE

Following the cancellation of Class 12 exams, the CBSE has constituted a 12 member committee to decide on the criteria for the results. The committee, which comprises Joint Secretary 

Tremendous Enthusiasm by Students in Online Summer Camps for Government Schools

In order to inculcate creative interests in the students of government schools, teachers have started online summer camps in various government schools under the leadership of Education Secretary, Mr. Krishan Kumar.

Summer holidays extended for schools till June 15 in Telangana

The Telangana government on Monday extended summer holidays for schools till June 15. The decision was taken at a meeting Education Minister P. Sabitha Indra Reddy had with officials to review the situation.

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