Apart from the four major spheres of music, dance, visual arts and theatre, CBSE has recommended introducing culinary art from classes 6 to 8.
IIT-Madras tops the list of best institutes for higher education, while JNU and BHU are ranked seventh and tenth, respectively.
Despite all evidence which shows the importance of working together and cooperation, many people still believe that competition is the most efficient way to organise society.
CBSE had introduced a host of optional vocational subjects, but less than 10 students sat for 6 of them. Four of these 6 subjects will be dropped for 2019-20.
HRD ministry looks to name VCs to Jamia Millia Islamia, Mahatma Gandhi Central University and Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya.
Students who took admission in Class 1 in 2011-12 batch have completed Class 8 this year, which means the RTE Act's EWS quota no longer applies to them.
Minutes of an HRD meeting mention 'national priorities' but govt never issued a circular nor an order directing universities to comply with it.
About 15 HRD ministry officials of the rank of joint secretary and above are heading to Mussoorie on a three-day official retreat from 21 April.
A report by NGO Praja Foundation highlights falling enrolment, poor retention and a massive drop in pass percentage in Delhi government schools.
NIT-Kurukshetra issued a circular on 16 March, describing such behaviour as 'unethical and immoral’.