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No detention till Class 5, says new draft policy on education 2016

The draft for the eagerly awaited new Education Policy recommends amendments in the right to free and compulsory education Act 2009. Among its specific recommendations are:  

New Policy draft favours granting right to education to toddlers

A five-member committee was set up last year to draft the new education policy. The committee, in the report submitted last month but yet to be made public, has recommended that pre-school educatio

New education policy against politics in VC appointment, university campus

The New Education Policy draft, submitted to the HRD ministry last month, has recommended following changes in the teacher management system: The centre and state should jointly

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A five-member committee was set up last year to draft the new education policy. The committee, in the report submitted last month but yet to be made public, has recommended that pre-scho

Here`s how poll bound Punjab performs in primary education

Punjab, set for the assembly polls in 2017, presents a dismal picture of elementary education in its rural belt. A NITI Aayog sponsored study conducted by Guru Arjan Dev Institute of Development St

Representation sought for budget private schools in policy making

National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA) has demanded active representation of budget private schools in the policy making process. NISA members on Thursday met Anil Swarup, secr

Enrolment up, reading ability down: ASER report

The good news first. Across India, enrolment has gone up for all age groups. Now the bad news. The reading level in class VIII has declined. The Annual Status of Education Report (AS

How learning is set to change with New Education Policy

With the union cabinet’s approval for the much-discussed New Education Policy (NEP), learning processes in the country are set to undergo radical changes. The cabinet chaired b

Education taken over by mafia: former school edu secy

The education industry has been taken over by the mafia who are eating into the essentials of the system, says Anil Swarup, retired IAS officer, who also served as school education secretary.

NCERT content to be available in sign language too

Hearing Impaired schoolchildren will now be able to access education material in their preferred form of communication, Indian Sign Language (ISL), following an agreement between the NCERT and the

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