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Haryana Govt To Launch Anti-Tobacco Drive In Colleges From Jan 26

CM Manohar Lal Khattar-led Haryana government will start an anti-tobacco drive across all colleges and universities in the state from January 26. While painting anti-smoking slogans, the government would place volunteers near school displaying motivational messages. The recent orders ask every educational institution to place ‘Tobacco-free area’ sign outside the building and ‘Tobacco-Free Educational Institution’ within the premises. Earlier… read-more

Sun, 24 Jan 2021 - 07:46 PM / by Sakshi Teresa Emmanuel

Tags: Haryana, Haryana CM, Monohar Lal Khatrar, Anti-Tobacco Drive, Privatisation, Cigarettes, Banned, colleges, Universities, Slogan

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'Institutions of Eminence' Get Nod To Set Up Offshore Campuses

Indian educational institutions that qualify as 'Institutions of Eminence' (IOEs) have now been permitted to establish campuses abroad, read the latest University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines. The fresh guidelines, backed by the National Education Policy's (NEP) provisions, allow IOEs to set up three offshore campuses in five years but not more than one a year. However, permissions from the Education, Home, and External Affairs Ministry… read-more

Sat, 09 Jan 2021 - 03:01 PM / by Ashly Ann Varghese

Tags: Indian Education, NEP, UGC, colleges

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Karnataka To Re-open Degree Colleges From November Mid

Karnataka government announced on October 23 that all degree and diploma colleges in the state will commence from November 17. As per the Deputy CM CN Ashwath Narayan, students may enrol online or those who choose to attend offline classes will need their parents' consent. The continuation of classes and batches will be decided based on the student's strength and safety measures (norms) required to be followed.

Fri, 23 Oct 2020 - 02:38 PM / by Sakshi Amrutkar

Tags: Karnataka, colleges

Courtesy: Hindustan Times

Delhi government orders 12 colleges to pay outstanding salaries of the staffs from Students Society Fund

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Delhi Government Instructs Colleges to Pay Salaries from Students Society Fund

12 Delhi University colleges have been instructed by the Delhi government to clear payments of the due salaries of their staff from the Students Society Fund. The government has asked for a special audit of six colleges as well. However, the Delhi University Teachers' Association says it's "unacceptable" to pay the outstanding teaching and non-teaching staff from the fund.  

Sat, 17 Oct 2020 - 04:29 PM / by Debanshi Das

Tags: Delhi Government , colleges, Education

Courtesy: Times of India