India Inc termed the Budget as "growth provoking and welfare inducing"
Budget 2020: Govt announces Rs 99,300 cr for education sector; new education policy to be announced soon
She also said that a new education policy will be announced soon, adding that "external commercial borrowings and FDI to be leveraged to improve the education system.
Budget 2020: Finance minister must co-opt costs of modernising teaching, infra in allocation for education sector
It is imperative that the higher education system is thoroughly revamped so that students receive quality and contemporary education and are ready to join the workforce of the future.
Experts from health, education and rural development sectors on Monday suggested a dedicated fund for the protection of children, a policy to encourage healthy food habits, and more financial allocations for secondary-level schools
Every morning, children of Chiraigaon village in Varanasi don their red and grey school uniforms and head to Barthakalon Secondary School — to sweep, mop and clean it.
Crisis in Indian universities worsening: 33% teaching posts vacant, no varsity in country among top 100 globally
A third of teaching posts are vacant in India’s central universities and no Indian university finds a place in the global top 100.
Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan says Centre's move to replace UGC with HECI will restrict role of states in education sector
The Centre's 'unilateral' decision to do away with the apex higher education regulator, UGC and replace it with the HECI will lead to far-reaching repercussions in the field of higher education, he said
Mumbai University not among India’s top 150 institutes; experts blame politics, lack of research programmes
The University of Mumbai has performed poorly, ranking between 151 and 200, in its debut attempt at Centre’s overall ranking of universities and institutes of management, medicine and engineering.
The provisions in the GST bill could be extrapolated to mean that private education in India would be liable to tax once GST becomes law.
As a result, Bihar spends a lower proportion of its elementary education budget on teacher salaries, training and inputs than Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan, according to this 2014 study, How Much Does India Spend Per Student on Elementary Education, by Accountability Initiative.
It also warns the schools against any discrimination against students from weaker sections of the society.
Kelkar also stressed on reforms in education sector to become a knowledge economy
The sector is in need of policy reforms, Seshasai said.
Key policy reforms and sound policy initiatives to stimulate growth and sector-specific reforms for the education sector are in anticipation
Business school graduates are now increasingly preferring to work in public sector undertakings over private entities owing to a plethora of factors including job security.
Microsoft will invest in enabling educators in the state to connect with each other, increase access to technology and training for learners in classrooms and on campuses and thereby enhance career opportunities.