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UGC Issues Guidelines to Higher Education Institutions across India to Impose Ban on Single-Use Plastic

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued guidelines to higher education institutions across the country to impose a ban on single-use plastic. The move comes...

Union Government Appoints Committee For A New Education Policy

The Union government has appointed a Committee, headed by K Kasturirangan, to work on a New Education Policy. The Committee is yet to submit...

UGC lists 23 ‘bogus’ Indian universities, state govts taken a back over their existence

New Delhi, March 22, 2017: The Indian higher education regulator has listed 23 'bogus' universities. They are not approved to grant degrees or diplomas. But,...

10 acres alloted for establishment of Sanskrit College in Mata Mansa Devi complex

Chandigarh: The Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board (MMDSB) has finally accepted to establish a Post Graduate Sanskrit College after four repeated reminders from the...

UGC to sponsor an All India Sanskrit seminar

New Delhi: To all those who think that Sanskrit is a dead language, hold on and think again!  Jamshedpur Workers’ College is all set...

Skip English, focus on Indigenous Languages for India’s Development

By Harshmeet Singh “A common perception in India is that Indians need English to succeed. But is it the other way around in reality?” The sky...

UGC allows Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan to open off-campus centers

New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) granted an exemption to the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, a fully government-funded deemed university to run off-campus centers,...

Education and Modi govt’s misplaced priorities

The treatment Modi sarkar has meted out to education does not inspire much confidence and above all should be a cause of concern for one and all.

UGC permits universities to modify model syllabi by 30 per-cent

By NewsGram Staff Writer The University Grant Commission announced on Thursday that universities can alter the model syllabi by 30 percent depending upon their areas...

Observe International Yoga Day on June 21: UGC tells universities

By NewsGram Staff Writer All the universities have been asked by the Grants Commission (UGC)  to observe International Yoga Day on June 21, an official...

NCERT to include literary works from North East in its curriculum: HRD ministry

By Newsgram Staff Writer Soon college students will read literary works from North East along with the region`s history as the University Grant Commission has advised...

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