1. Education Ministry launches Yuva 2.0 to promote reading, writing & book culture among youth.
The Ministry of Education on Sunday launched YUVA 2.0, which is the Prime Minister's Scheme for Mentoring Young Authors, a programme to train young and budding authors to promote reading, writing and the book culture in the country, and project India and Indian writings globally.
2. DU launches new courses at the School of Open Learning.
The Delhi University has launched six new courses, including Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), at the School of Open Learning (SoL) with the aim of offering job-oriented programmes to students.
3. UGC does away with mandatory research publication before PhD thesis submission.
The UGC has withdrawn the mandatory publication of a research paper before the final submission of PhD thesis by scholars. Another major reform is allowing students to join PhD programmes upon completion of their four-year undergraduate degree.
4. Cambridge University provides 'leadership training' to 30 principals & officials of Delhi govt schools.
About 30 Delhi government school principals and education department officials will commence their “leadership training” at the University of Cambridge from October 10, as said by an official statement.
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