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Jamia Millia Students develop eco friendly cart

TIA NEWS /New Delhi/ Students of Jamia Millia Islamia have developed an eco-friendly food vending cart which has provisions for waste disposal and solar power generation. Jamia project was among the six entries selected out of 114 for presentation at the recently concluded Festival of Innovations at Rashtrapati Bhawan. The product has been developed by … Continue reading Jamia Millia Students develop eco friendly cart

CBSE to buy metal detectors to frisk students

AMN / Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, is planning to buy 8000 metal detectors to frisk candidates appearing for professional examinations conducted by it. This is being done to curb unfair practices using hi-tech gadgets. According to a tender notice issued by the Board, to curb any unfair use of electronic devices, candidates will … Continue reading CBSE to buy metal detectors to frisk students

CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Board exams begin

The examination for class 10th and 12th CBSE board will began on March 1 . The exams for class 10th will continue till March 28th and class 12th will end on 22nd of April. Nearly 15 lakh students will appear for 10th and over 10.5 lakh for 12th exam. The first examination for Class 12th … Continue reading CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Board exams begin

PM Modi at BHU, asks students to be innovative

  AMN / Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called upon students to work innovatively to bring solution for challenges facing India and the world. Addressing centenary year convocation today at Banaras Hindu University campus, prime minister lauded the role played by the university in its one hundred years. Remembering Mahamana Madan Mohan Malviya’s great role … Continue reading PM Modi at BHU, asks students to be innovative

Govt trying to address English language barrier: Smriti Irani

The Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani has said English language barrier is a great challenge for many students in the country and the Government is trying to address the issue. Responding to the queries of participants in the Education Conclave organized by a Englishs daily in Chennai, she said a new aptitude test … Continue reading Govt trying to address English language barrier: Smriti Irani

Centre to set up Sanskrit University in Deoghar

The Centre has agreed to Jharkhand’s proposal to set up a Sanskrit University in Deoghar district. The approval came during a meeting between Chief Minister Raghubar Das and Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani in New Delhi yesterday. Jharkhand education minister Neera Yadav was also present during the meeting.

Centre to open 15 more tool rooms to train youths: Kalraj

Union Minister Kalraj Mishra has said that the Centre will open 15 more tool rooms throughout the country to provide technical training to the youths and help them get a job. Union Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Kalraj Mishra said that 18 tool rooms are currently in operation in the country and a … Continue reading Centre to open 15 more tool rooms to train youths: Kalraj

No interview for junior-level posts in central govt canteens: DoPT

AMN / There will be no interview for junior-level posts in central government canteens. Department of Personnel and Training in an order said the recruitment to these posts will be made purely on the basis of written test or skill test by the concerned Ministries taking into consideration job requirement for specific post. There are … Continue reading No interview for junior-level posts in central govt canteens: DoPT

CBSE to provide counseling to students appearing for boards exam

AMN / CBSE will provide counselling from next month to students appearing for boards examination. Counselling will be provided through telephone, newspapers and also on-line to help students overcome exam-related stress. CBSE in a statement released in New Delhi said, Counselling will begin from February 1 and will continue up to April 22. Class 10th … Continue reading CBSE to provide counseling to students appearing for boards exam

UGC seeks details of activities for welfare of disadvantaged sections

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has sought details of activities undertaken by the Equal Opportunities Centres (EOCs) set up by the institutions for the welfare of disadvantaged sections. UGC Secretary Jaspal Sandhu in a letter to the Vice Chancellors of all varsities sought details of activities of EOCs. He said, the regulatory body wanted to … Continue reading UGC seeks details of activities for welfare of disadvantaged sections

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