Kerala Education Minister Says State Govt Is Ready To Provide Education To Student Slapped By Classmates
Kerala Education Minister V Sivankutty has said the state government is ready to adopt and provide education for the Class II student who was slapped by his classmates at Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. He said, if his parents agreed, they would provide education. On August 28, Sivankutty wrote a letter to Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath seeking stern action against those responsible for promoting such actions within an educational… read-more
Courtesy: The Times of India
In Tamil Nadu, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) raided the premises of Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister Ponmudi, in connection with the money laundering case. The searches were carried out on July 17 morning, in Chennai and Villupuram, Tamil Nadu. The raids were conducted amid Tamil Nadu Cash for Job scam. The Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin slammed the BJP Government and the ED for conducting a raid and harassing minister.
Chhattisgarh School Education Minister Premsai Singh defended alcohol, as he spoke about its “benefits” in a de-addiction event. He stated that “dilution” is very important in consuming alcohol, and that the alcohol-water ratio must be carefully ensured to escape the side-effects of drinking. When asked about poor road conditions, he said that “whichever roads are in poor condition, accidents occur”
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Dr. C N Ashwath Narayan, Karnataka's Minister for Higher Education, announced on July 19 that 30 engineering institutions in the state have been chosen for the Regional Ecosystem For Technical Excellence (RETE). RETE aims to upgrade these chosen engineering institutions across Karnataka to global-standard technical institutes within five years. 14 of the 30 institutions are government colleges. RETE will be implemented through a partnership… read-more
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The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras bagged the top spot among educational institutions in the country for another year, making it a fourth year. While Madras IIT secured institute, the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru is the best university, said the Ministry of Education's National Institutional Ranking Framework, on July 15. Released by Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan released the 2022 Institute ranking… read-more
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The University of Kerala now has the highest National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) grading of A++ with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.67. On June 21, Higher Education Minister R Bindu shared the news through a Facebook post, taking pride that the University of Kerala got the highest all-India level grade. Moreover, the NAAC is an autonomous body funded by the University Grants Commission of the GoI.
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The Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (BSE) released class 10th results on June 6. The Education Minister Botsa Satyanarayana announced the result at Gateway Hotel (Vivanta), MG Road, Vijayawada. Approximately 6 lakh students appeared for 2022… read-more
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Basavaraj Bommai, the Chief Minister of Karnataka, stated on May 31 that the education minister's report will be used to determine how to proceed with the textbook review debate. The new Kannada and social science textbooks for Class X students, according to a group of prophets, have corrupted the ideas of social reformer Basavanna. The prophets also said that the review committee insulted poet Kuvempu's state anthem.
Amid the recent restriction on engineering colleges' fee-hike, the Consortium of Self-Financing Professional Arts and Science Institutions in Tamil Nadu is scheduled to meet Tamil Nadu Minister, on May 29. The board members will meet Education Minister K. Ponmudi, demanding a fee hike. Notably, eight such engineering institutions were shut down due to TN Government's announcement that they will not increase fees in Tamil Nadu.
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For the academic year 2022-23, Punjab Education Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer said that his department will provide free uniforms to 15,49,192 government school pupils from Grades 1 to 8. The education department has issued a grant of Rs 92.95 crore for students. The school management committees (SMCs) will distribute the free uniforms. Education authorities were told by the minister not to buy uniforms from any specific store.