Mamata Banerjee holding protest to ‘save herself’ from CBI, says Prakash Javadekar; claims breakdown of order in West Bengal
The situation in West Bengal is an Emergency imposed by Mamata Banerjee, not by us, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said on Monday.
Lok Sabha passes Bill to end no-detention policy in schools; Prakash Javadekar calls for rebuilding education system
Prakash Javadekar moved the 'The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Second Amendment) Bill, 2017', which sought for regular examination in classes 5 and 8
11 applications were received for IoE status under the greenfield category and only Jio Institute satisfied all the four parameters stated above.
The Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) examination will be held in multiple languages this year, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said on Monday.
"Rahul Gandhi is only on Twitter. His politics is confined to tweets. If you have mass support, then tweets are a symbol of strength, but doing politics through tweets is political bankruptcy," he told reporters.
New Delhi: There would be no tolerance for those involved in any ragging incidents and such students would not be allowed to continue their education, HRD minister Prakash Javadekar said.
MEA collaborates with CBSE for 'e-Sanad' initiative, to make online verification of documents easier
The new 'e-Sanad' initiative will make it possible to attest documents digitally. For CBSE students, certificates from 2016 would be accessible free of cost online.
Students planning to go abroad for studies will not have to run around colleges and universities or approach "touts" for verification of their documents
JNU seat cut row: Hiding under garb of 'improving' research is a systematic clampdown on higher education
The seat cuts in JNU are as much unreasonable as they confirm the systematic clampdown of an institution, not to mention by deceitful means.
In JNU, the Minister said, there were instances of professors guiding upto 20-25 scholars for their PhDs. "Have you heard (this) anywhere?" he asked.
HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar has in the past favoured making Board exam compulsory for CBSE students
The HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said that India lacks in innovation in education as children are discouraged to ask questions in schools something which should not be allowed to go on