1. New curriculum in sync with UGCF 2022 aims to be more industry-focused.
The heads of the departments at the University of Delhi have prepared the new syllabus which is in sync with the Undergraduate Curriculum Framework (UGCF), 2022.
2. BHU launches a new scheme to promote trans-disciplinary research.
In a bid to promote and foster trans-disciplinary research in diverse disciplines, Banaras Hindu University has launched a new scheme that will help in bringing its faculty members together to work on new areas of study and research.
3. Odisha CM inaugurates a residential school for underprivileged children in Kalahandi.
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday inaugurated a residential school in Kalahandi district’s Bhawanipatna which was established by the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) that aims to provide quality education to poor and underprivileged children.
4. UNICEF collaborates with MANUU to conduct workshops for effective reporting on child health.
United Nations Children's Fund UNICEF has partnered with the Department of Mass Communication and Journalism (MCJ), Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU), for a two-day workshop for Effective Reporting on Child Health.
5. Survey by NIMHANS reveals one out of five adolescents in India suffers from some level of mental morbidity.
A study conducted by NIMHANS, Bengaluru, has revealed that almost one out of five adolescents in India suffers from some level of mental morbidity.
6. “A curriculum should be dynamic”, says Dharmendra Pradhan.
Amidst widespread protests against the government’s Agnipath scheme, Union education and skill development minister Dharmendra Pradhan has said that Agniveers will form a highly trained precious community for the country.
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