1. CBSE to Adopt New Education Format from Next Academic Year.
In accordance with the recommendations of the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is preparing for a paradigm shift towards the 5+3+3+4 pedagogical structure.
2. CHIREC International School organizes Global Celebration of Nutrition & Wellbeing.
7,000 members of the CHIREC International School community gathered for the annual Global Be Well Day celebrations on 19th November, 2022 Staff, parents, students, and extended families were invited to a lively grand Carnival filled with cheer and excitement to promote, practice and celebrate wellbeing in their daily lives.
3. Maharashtra Minister says Efforts Will Be Taken To Impart Education In Marathi.
Maharashtra Minister Deepak Kesarkar on Saturday said that all efforts would be taken to impart education in Marathi in the state and also translate books into the language.
4. 47 Persons with Disabilities to exhibit artwork in Bengaluru.
47 Persons with Disabilities from across the nation, who were trained by faculties of College of Fine Arts, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath, will be exhibiting their paintings for two weeks starting today.
5. Primary school teachers in Jharkhand demand better benefits.
Several primary teachers in Jharkhand have held a protest, stressing on their four-point charter of demands, including the benefit of the modified assured career progression scheme and the removal of anomaly in entry-level payments.
6. IIT Delhi's Extension Campus To Be Established On 50 Acres In Jhajjar District.
An extension campus of IIT Delhi will be established on a 50-acre land in Badsa village of Haryana's Jhajjar district, said Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Sunday.
7. 59,000+ Students Enrolled In DU Colleges.
So far, 59,401 students have been enrolled in undergraduate programmes across Delhi University colleges, as reported by a senior official on Sunday The third round of seat allocation in the university concluded on Thursday.
8. UP govt's infrastructure push in elementary schools boosts enrolment & attendance.
The Uttar Pradesh government's initiative to build extra lavatories for girls and develop other infrastructure in elementary schools has led to a massive jump in students' enrolment and attendance, as per a state government report.
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