COVID pandemic: CBSE Class XII Board Exams cancelled

Newsroom24x7 Network Class XII results will be made as per a well-defined objective criteria in a time-bound manner. Decision on Class 12 CBSE Exams has been taken in the interest of students Health and safety of our students is of utmost importance and there would be no compromise on this aspect Anxiety among students, parents… Read More COVID pandemic: CBSE Class XII Board Exams cancelled

A popular book fair striving to strengthen democracy

Newsroom24x7 Network Kolkata: A grand book fair, with the ongoing election as its central theme, organised by Publishers and Booksellers Guild and Dr BC Roy Memorial Committee Bidhan Sishu Udyan is drawing a huge crowd. The book fair has been successful in creating poll awareness and spreading the message of harmony. Visitors to the fair… Read More A popular book fair striving to strengthen democracy

Brainstorming session on self-reliant India at IEHE

Newsroom24x7 Network Bhopal: A one day webinar on “Literature and Self-reliant India” was organized by the Hindi Department of Institute of Excellence in Higher Education (IEHE) in the State capital on Tuesday February 9 2021. The webinar was set in motion by Dr. S.S.Vijayavargiya, Director IEHE. He underscored the importance of self-reliance adding “it should… Read More Brainstorming session on self-reliant India at IEHE

Message from NLIU- Bhopal on Internal Committee on Sexual harassment in colleges and Universities

Newsroom24x7 Network Bhopal: The National Law Institute University (NLIU) in the State capital organised a consultative meeting on “The working of Internal Committee in Higher Educational Institutions” with Ms. Shyamala S. Kundar, Member National Commission for Women (NCW) on Tuesday 9 February 2021. The meeting, held at the Convention Centre of the University, was attended… Read More Message from NLIU- Bhopal on Internal Committee on Sexual harassment in colleges and Universities

The occupation with the most cowardly and brainless record…

Rajiv Lochan A few years ago we had the sorry example of Indian professors of history from Indian universities who bent over backwards, hid facts, refused to be even handed in their analyses. When the judges asked them about the bases of their strongly held views on say the demolition of the Babri masjid, the… Read More The occupation with the most cowardly and brainless record…

Why it is Important to accustomize World Curriculum to raise Next Generation Professionals

Meghna Yadav & Johan Storgard The article talks about How international curriculum needs to be introduced in India Need for training educational professionals Importance of international education Challenges of today’s early years education system New breed of teachers with the right methodology How international curriculum is a boon to raise next generation leaders and professionals… Read More Why it is Important to accustomize World Curriculum to raise Next Generation Professionals

Modi will create history if India scraps the 1000 year old derelict institution of Islamic madrassas

Khalid Umar Coinciding with the Assam government’s decision to close all the state-run madrassas from November 2020 announced by the State Health and Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, London based humanist Khalid Umar has advocated the urgent need for India to implement a Uniform Education Code in the country. He has underscored the drawbacks of… Read More Modi will create history if India scraps the 1000 year old derelict institution of Islamic madrassas

Modi Government introduces National Education Policy 2020 for transformational reforms in school and higher education in the country

Newsroom24x7 Network New Policy aims for Universalization of Education from pre-school to secondary level with 100 % GER in school education by 2030 New 5+3+3+4 school curriculum with 12 years of schooling and 3 years of Anganwadi/ Pre-schooling Emphasis on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy, no rigid separation between academic streams, extracurricular, vocational streams in schools… Read More Modi Government introduces National Education Policy 2020 for transformational reforms in school and higher education in the country

Education, learning, merit and the path to quagmire of mediocracy

Tapan Misra It is important to realise that we will make a gross mistake if we measure success in terms of awards or positions of repute. Ultimately, what matters in life, is the respect you get from people who are not even your friends. In my view, success is attained when you are respected for… Read More Education, learning, merit and the path to quagmire of mediocracy

COVID19 and Global Knowledge Alliance: A virtual University inspired by excellence and innovation

Newsroom24x7 Network COVID19 and the worldwide lockdown and quarantine directives to contain the pandemic have sent the entire world in a spin. Just as economies, even people’s career prospects are in the doldrums under the prevailing circumstances. Even students are facing tremendous uncertainty. The Indian students in US now fear deportation due to new rules… Read More COVID19 and Global Knowledge Alliance: A virtual University inspired by excellence and innovation

Lockdown Mobile Movie Contest: Lokendra Singh, Manoj Patel and Gajendra Singh Awasya are winners

Newsroom24x7 Network Bhopal. Writer Lokendra Singh and producer Manoj Patel’s short films ‘Samidha: Seva Parmo Dharma’ and film director Dr. Gajendra Singh Avasya’s short film ‘Corona: Info Hi Rescue’ have been declared the winners in the Lockdown Mobile Movie Making Competition. The competition was organized at the national level by the Bharatiya Chitra Sadhana (BCS).… Read More Lockdown Mobile Movie Contest: Lokendra Singh, Manoj Patel and Gajendra Singh Awasya are winners

JNU beyond the key-hole: The total perspective

Aditya Jha, a Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) alumnus, has shared an article by his fellow JNU friend, Nalini Ranjan Mohanty that carries reflections of JNU – past and Present. While appreciating and admiring that Mohanty makes “sincere efforts” to write on issues that draws individuals like him to talk to him on phone and probe… Read More JNU beyond the key-hole: The total perspective

Students protesting against registration were the first to resort to violence and vandalism in the campus: JNU Registrar

Newsroom24x7 Network New Delhi: After Sunday’s orgy of violence, the JNU registrar has issued a press statement stating that the University administration strongly condemns any form of violence in the campus. It is unfortunate that a group of students with their violent means of protests have been preventing thousands of non-agitating students from pursuing their… Read More Students protesting against registration were the first to resort to violence and vandalism in the campus: JNU Registrar

Mayhem in JNU campus; many students and faculty members injured

Newsroom24x7 Network New Delhi: a masked mob went on rampage indulging in large-scale violence inside the JNU campus on Sunday night. “There is a law and order situation in the JNU Campus. Masked miscreants armed with sticks are roaming around, damaging property and attacking people. The JNU Administration has called the police to maintain order”,… Read More Mayhem in JNU campus; many students and faculty members injured

Historian in dock for disrupting Governor’s speech at IHC session

Newsroom24x7 Network Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan has responded to an unsavoury episode during the inauguration of the 80th Session of Indian History Congress and said if security personnel were not there, historian Irfan Habib would have attacked him. The Governor was giving information about the uproar during his speech at the Indian History… Read More Historian in dock for disrupting Governor’s speech at IHC session

More drama from the Indian History Congress

Rajiv Lochan The Indian History Congress is the voluntary association of historians in India. The IHC became the venue for ideological struggles of the left and the right in the late 1960s, when a number of younger historians pointed out that the papers read at the IHC were essentially promoting hatred against Muslims of India… Read More More drama from the Indian History Congress

Police crackdown on MCU students; 2 faculty members accused of spreading caste hatred

Newsroom24x7 Network Bhopal: A section of students at Makhanlal Chaturvedi National Journalism University in the capital of Madhya Pradesh have accused two teachers of spreading caste hatred, through social media and also in the class room, and demanded their removal. Students allege that Adjunct faculty professors Dilip Mandal and Mukesh Kumar are vitiating the atmosphere… Read More Police crackdown on MCU students; 2 faculty members accused of spreading caste hatred

Medical Institute: CBI registers case against a former High Court Judge and others

Newsroom24x7 Network New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered a case against 7 accused persons, including an ex-Judge of the High Court, private persons and a private educational Trust under Section 120B of Indian Penal Code read with Sections 7, 8, 12, 13(2) read with 13(1)(d) of Prevention of Corruption Act on a… Read More Medical Institute: CBI registers case against a former High Court Judge and others