Monthly Newsletter | October 2022 | Volume 38
We are glad to present to you the October edition of the School360 Newsletter.
Education sector has bounced back with vigor in the post pandemic era. After reopening for physical classes earlier this year, various schemes are being implemented by the central and state governments to make the schools NEP (National Education Policy) compliant. Maharashtra government is planning to do away with homework in schools. The central board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has reverted to the pre-pandemic pattern of board exams for 2022-23 academic year. To support states and union territories in increasing the literacy among non-literates in 15-year-olds and older across the country, the Indian government has recently approved the ‘New India Literacy Programme’ for the financial years 2022-2027. It will cover 5 crore non-literates, including minorities, replacing ‘adult education’ with ‘education for all’
In this edition, we have covered these topics: PM Announces PM-SHRI Scheme for 14,500 Schools; UNESCO report: Use of AI in Education; School Education Programme of Rs 27,360 Crore Cleared by Cabinet; Dates and Pattern for CBSE Board Exams 2022-23; No Compromise on Gender Justice: Kerala minister; NCERT to get Deemed-to-be University Status.
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A new centrally sponsored scheme of Rs 27,360 crore was approved by the union cabinet for creating digitally driven schools and strengthening around 14,600 existing sch...
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is set to get the 'Deemed-to-be-University' status with the executive committee of the council granting an approval on Monday, according to a top official. This status will be in De Novo category. Union Education minister Dharmendra Pradhan chaired the Council’s Executive Committee meeting in which this decision was taken.
De-Novo Deemed University is an institution which can apply to the UGC for setting up a new institution as deemed-to-be-University which will undertake study and research in unique and emerging areas of knowledge that are not offered by any existing institution.
Currently, as the primary organiza...