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May 31 2017

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PTI | | The recruitment process will start from November 1 for the faculty positions of Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor, the varsity also known as Hyderabad Central University said in a statement on Saturday.

Anubhuti Vishnoi | | The finance ministry has written to all government departments and ministries, directing them to check on the various autonomous and funded institutes.

PTI | | The Union HRD ministry will soon take a call on whether the Class X board examination should be made compulsory for students of CBSE schools. Speaking to reporters after the 64th CABE meeting on Tuesday, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said that many state boards are already conducting Class X exams.

PTI | | The Centre on Monday claimed in Delhi high court that government-run schools in the country were adhering to norms mandated under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act and regular monitoring and review was being done to check compliance.

PTI | | According to official sources, the HRD ministry has put forward a proposal to the Ministry of External Affairs and the Home Ministry to ensure the norms related to allowing foreign faculty are made easier.

Akshaya Mukul | | The government is set to announce the reintroduction of the Class X board exam for CBSE students. The exam was scrapped in 2010 and was replaced by continuous and comprehensive evaluation. This will be the first major decision taken by HRD minister Prakash Javadekar.

IANS | | Delhi’s Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday announced that the Delhi government will soon set up Early Childhood Care Education (ECCE) centres in Delhi.

  • PM spends Diwali with troops, gives call to defeat separatist mindset
  • India beat Pak 3-2, lift Asian Champions Trophy

    India’s hockey team gifted the country on Diwali its second Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament title after defeating arch-rivals Pakistan 3-2 in the final at the Wisma Belia Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

  • 5-hr Mumbai airport shutdown may hit schedule

    The airport will be shut down for flights between noon and 5pm to carry out runway maintenance work. Airlines and pilots have been informed in advance about the scheduled closure and flight timings have been accordingly changed or some flights cancelled.

  • Diwali goodwill alive on Gujarat-Pakistan border

    In Gujarat, BSF has been exchanging sweets with Pakistan Rangers at three border checkpoints over the last three days. This tradition has not been broken since the 1971 war despite incidents of ceasefire violation across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir and the International Border.

  • Awareness in kids cuts Mumbai’s Diwali decibels

    If you thought Diwali festivities were a tad less noisy this year, it s no figment of your imagination. This year s celebration has indeed been less noisy as compared to the past few years, said activists across the city. And a huge chunk of this credit, they said, goes to the rising environment awareness among tiny tots.





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