1. Karnataka forms textbook revision panel, gives it three months to revise curriculum.
The Karnataka government has formed a new textbook revision committee to revise the state curriculum of first and second language Kannada textbooks from classes 1 to 10, third language Kannada textbooks for classes 9 and 10 and social science textbooks from classes 6 to 10.
2. Stakeholders flag concerns over private players’ role in upgrading govt schools.
The Maharashtra government has approved a school adoption scheme under the 'Vidyanjali' initiative. This initiative allows private companies, NGOs, and individual donors to adopt government-run schools for five or ten years.
3. NMC issues list of medical colleges with permission to increase MBBS, PG seats.
The National Medical Commission (NMC) has taken action to address the issuance of fake permission letters to medical colleges. They have now released a list of colleges that have received legitimate permission for undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) seats for the upcoming academic year 2023-24.
4. CBSE Enters Into Collaboration To Enhance Financial Literacy Among Students And Teachers.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has partnered with Kotak Mahindra Asset Management Company (Kotak Mutual Fund) to promote financial literacy among teachers and students.
5. Defence ministry to start online registration to set up new Sainik Schools tomorrow.
The Ministry of Defence's Sainik School Society is reopening its registration for new Sainik Schools as part of the government's initiative to establish 100 new Sainik Schools.
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