Monday, 15 Apr 2019
Category: News Updates

Official! REET Answer Key 2015 released

Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan (BSER) has released the official REET Answer Key at the official website of the board. Aspirants who have taken the examination for teacher posts can download the answer key of exam papers from the official website of BSER i.e. to gauge their performance and roughly calculate their marks. REET 2016 Level 1 […]

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Govt working on creation of Higher Education Financing Agency

The HRD ministry is actively working on the contours of a Higher Education Financing Agency (HEFA), which has been proposed with the aim of funding infrastructure creation at top educational institutions like the IITs and IIMs. Senior officials said deliberations are on and HEFA is likely to be formed as a company under Section 8 […]

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UPSSSC Combined Subordinate Medical Services–1 results announced

Results of the Combined Subordinate Medical Services-1 (General Selection) Competitive Examination 2015 have been declared. The results were declared by the Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC). The exam was conducted on January 24, 2016. Candidates are advised to check their result on the official website of the UPSSSC. The exam was conducted for […]

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RethinkMedia returns to BCU

Birmingham City University’s annual #RethinkMedia conference returns this month to address the latest trends in digital and media innovation and what the future may hold for the creative industries. This year’s speaker line-up includes Mark Frankel, Social Media Editor for BBC News and Matt Shaw, Network Editor, Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube. Also speaking at the event […]

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25 lakh students to appear for CBSE exams this year

Over 25 lakh students have registered this year for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) exams-the highest in the history of the exam and 6.3% more than last year’s total. According to the data provided by CBSE, a total of 14,99,122 candidates have registered for the Class X (both Board-based and school-based) exams as […]

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Now, order state board textbooks online

Come April, parents will no longer have to stand in long queues to purchase textbooks. They would be able to order books online from the Balbharati portal. Parents can either get textbooks from the Balbharati depots across the state or get them delivered home. Balbharati publishes Maharashtra state syllabus textbooks for classes 1 to 12. […]

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HRD ministry reforms Philosophical Council to be Hinduisim-heavy

The Smriti Irani-led Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry has reconstituted the Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) bringing in Sanskrit scholars, a former BJP member of the Legislative Council in Karnataka, a retired IPS officer who has turned to Hinduism and religion in a big way and a scholar who is associated with an organisation […]

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There is need to improve quality of education, government says

Expressing concern over declining educational standards in both public and private schools, the government on Friday said there is a need to improve the quality of education to reverse the decline in enrolment. “There is a need to improve the quality of education provided in schools to arrest and reverse the decline in enrolment in […]

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All set for CBSE exams from March 1

More than 3.28 lakh students in Patna region, comprising Bihar and Jharkhand, are busy with final revisions to write Class X and XII examinations of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) commencing from March 1. Altogether 1,58,745 students, up by 15,000 compared to last year, will write Class X exams at 998 centres in the […]

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No decision on amendment to RTE Act, government says

The HRD ministry on Thursday said no decision has been taken to amend the Right to Education (RTE) Act and issues related to the no detention policy are being examined by a committee working on the evolution of New Education Policy (NEP). “There is no decision at present to amend the RTE Act,” HRD minister […]

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