HRD Ministry evaluation found Jamia Millia Islamia's performance for 2019-20 'outstanding', says university
Akhtar said the achievement is all the more significant because of the challenging time the university went through in the recent past.
Schools have to reimagine teaching, learning: HRD ministry issues guidelines for online classes limiting screen time
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank said that the guidelines have been made with a focus on online education for students who are at home.
Give admission, don't ask TC: HRD Ministry issues guidelines on education of migrant workers' children
Such children, who have left, maybe shown separately in enrolment as temporarily unavailable or migrated.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the DU varsity has decided to conduct open book online exams for final-year students.
Final year exams in universities will have to be conducted by September-end this year, the HRD Ministry announced on Monday, deferring the schedule from July in view of the spike in COVID-19 cases.
In May, the Centre had said that JEE (Main) that acts as a gateway to engineering colleges across India and a first step towards admission into the IITs will be held between July 18-23.
Managements of pre-primary schools, who said they were under financial distress, have also written to the minister to allow them to start classes.
The ministry has also advised the universities to set up research teams and study the levels of awareness of COVID-19 in villages near their campuses.
Following the communiqué, many schools have reportedly send messages to teachers and students to download the app.
One such case is that of elementary teachers. They have been asked to come to school to plan the next academic year.
Debate, discussions and lectures were organised in central universities across the country to generate support in favour of the Citizenship Amendment Act, the Human Resources Development Ministry
DU teachers are on strike since December 4 demanding that all ad-hoc teachers be absorbed permanently.
The HRD Ministry had intervened last month and formed a three-member committee to resolve the stand-off between the university and its administration.
It was attended by the JNU registrar, proctor and other admin officials who briefed the ministry officials on the sequence of events that unfolded on the campus and the measures taken to restore norma
Experts saw the move as possible “saffronisation” of textbooks in J&K, which is directly under the Centre now.