Keyword : Prakash Javadekar

PM suggests involving business groups for tiger conservation

Calling conservation a means to achieve development, prime minister Narendra Modi said that various business groups can be involved in tiger protection programme through corporate social responsibi

A web portal to enhance transparency in environmental regulation

 The government has launched a web-based application on integrated waste management system (IWMS), ‘iwms.nic.in’, for better management of waste. All the industries dealing in haza

Modi inducts 19 ministers in cabinet, sacks five

Prime minister Narendra Modi expanded his cabinet with 19 new ministers of states who were inducted into the union council of ministers on Tuesday. The new ministers took oath at a ceremony held at

Chalk in the hands of the scholar

Hamidur Rahman, 27, a research scholar from the department of industrial engineering and operations research (IEOR), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, conducts a lecture every week for u

Why on earth did Rahul Gandhi meet Chinese envoy?

 There is a huge difference between chalk and cheese. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, it appears, has not developed acumen to decipher it. He is not a quick learner. But, when a major st

Exams enable students to deal with challenges: Javadekar

 The cabinet has approved the scrapping of the no-detention policy in schools till Class VIII and students will now have to take exams in class V and VIII. This has been done as the quality of

“Parents need to be taught that each child is special”

It has been a year since you took charge of the new ministry. What is your biggest worry as in charge of education in India? My first priority – and that reflects my

70 words that define India, why Doklam stand-off won’t lead to a war, and more

As India celebrates 70 years of freedom, Governance Now looks back and picks 70 words – or phrases, buzzwords, slogans, events – that best define this ancient nation and young democra

Halving NCERT syllabus may double the tension

The decision to cut the NCERT syllabus by half is a laudable move, but one that is fraught with long term risks. The NCERT syllabus will be reduced by half from the 2019 academic session to

CBSE paper leak: PM asks Javadekar to take strict action

Taking cognisance of the alleged CBSE paper leak of Maths and Economics for classes 10 and 12, respectively,  prime minister Narendra Modi asked union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar to take st

India takes over COP Presidency from China for two years

India has expressed resounding commitment to finding long-term solutions for minimizing the impact of desertification and land degradation as it took over the presidency of the Conference of Partie



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