November 26, 2020 05:55 (IST)
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JK Youth for Seva distributes electronic gadgets to boost e-education

Jammu/UNI: In a bid to boost online education among the needy, the JK Youth for Seva on Sunday launched a campaign under Seva Bharti here.

Jammu and Kashmir: 180 Govt schools being modernised as Smart Schools

Srinagar: The Srinagar administration has embarked on an ambitious project to transform all government schools with owned buildings in the district on modern lines equipping them with smart facilities and modern infrastructure.

Jammu and Kashmir: JKBOSE's talent search exam on December 27

Srinagar: J&K Board of School Education (BOSE) is likely to hold National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) for year 2020-21.

Skill development key to economic growth: says Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir Prof Talat Ahmad

Srinagar: Skill development of youth would not only help address the problem of unemployment but also enable a better economic growth, Vice-Chancellor of University of Kashmir Prof Talat Ahmad said today.

Jammu and Kashmir: Govt restrains Pvt schools from charging admission fee

Srinagar: The Government Fee Fixation Committee (GFFC) Saturday restrained private schools of Jammu and Kashmir from collecting the admission fee from the students.

College students, are you ready for the Sweden India Nobel Memorial Quiz?

Mumbai/IBNS: College students in India can test their knowledge about Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Prize and Nobel Laureates at this quiz contest with a first prize of rupees one lakh.

Tamil Nadu postpones schools reopening over Covid-19

Chennai/IBNS: The Tamil Nadu government has postponed the reopening of schools after several parents expressed their opinions against the resumption of normal classes amid the Covid-19 pandemic, media reports said.

Class X, XII students can directly appear in West Bengal final board exams for 2021, no Tests this time: Mamata Banerjee

Kolkata/UNI: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday announced that the students of class X and XII can appear directly to the board final examinations and there will not be any Tests this academic year due to Covid-19 situation.

Indian Army sponsors coaching classes for students in Arunachal Pradesh

Guwahati/IBNS: With COVID-19 pandemic adversely affecting the education of children in rural areas with poor internet connectivity, Spear Corps of Indian Army has undertaken an initiative to conduct coaching classes for students from class 9 to class 12 under Operation Sadbhavna in Miao and Kharsang villages of Changlang district, Arunachal Pradesh.

J&K: Government takes initiative to run skill development centres for women to make them self-dependent

Srinagar:  The social welfare department in Baramulla is running skills development training centres for women of the Jammu and Kashmir region to make them self-dependent.

J&K students' fee waived off for Company Secretary course: Dr. Jitendra Singh

Srinagar: Jammu & Kashmir and Northeast students have been provided with the special facility of academic fee waiver for registration to the course of training as Company Secretary.

Jammu School Education, ISM to promote medicinal plants, gardens

Jammu/UNI: Jammu School Education in collaboration with Indian Systems of Medicine will be promoting medicinal plants and nutritional gardens in Government Schools across the Jammu Division.

Haryana decides to reopen colleges from Nov 16

Chandigarh/UNI: The Haryana Government has decided to reopen colleges and universities from Nov 16 while online classes commenced from Monday.

Assam schools reopen, parents-students still fear about rising of COVID-19 cases

Guwahati: The student attendance was recorded less in the schools and colleges of Assam on the first day which reopened after a gap of eight months.

Assam government to set up 119 high schools in tea garden areas

Guwahati/IBNS: Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Sunday said tea community is an integral part of greater Assamese society and the community has contributed immensely to Assam’s socio-cultural development.