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J & K To Reopen Universities, Colleges With 30% Staff But No Classes

J & K

Colleges, universities, and professional courses’ institutes in Jammu and Kashmir (J & K) revived for regulatory works with 30 percent staff, a day after the Higher Education Department permitted them to revive, yet not run any classes till May 30. Principals of respective institutions will draw duty programs of training staff to begin pending assessment […]

Work From Home For College Faculty

Work From home for faculty

Work from home is proving difficult for many faculty members of different colleges. Here are some points that can help institutions to reduce pressure. At the point when institutions began sending students and professors home due to COVID-19, over a couple of academics opined on social media this would be an aid for research efficiency: […]

‘Work From Home’ Option For College Teachers

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College administrations do not understand whether the State Government would broaden the ‘work from home’ idea for teachers as supported by the University Grants Commission, to battle the spread of novel coronavirus. In an appeal to Vice-chancellors, D.P. Singh, Chairman, University Grants Commission, called for recognition of essential precautions in the hour of emergency. Referring […]

Universities Likely To Be Shut To Prevent Spread Of Coronavirus

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Western universities ought to be set up for the likelihood that they may need to close their campuses as far as possible the spread of the novel coronavirus, as indicated by specialists who have asked institutions to increase their contingency planning. Conferences and exchanges reduced as Covid-19 spreads As of the beginning of this current […]

Karnataka’s Education Changes board To Finance Novel Projects

Karnataka's Education

Karnataka’s education changes board of trustees has prescribed the foundation of a joint financing mechanism with corporate and industry to subsidize novel education ventures. The board of trustees additionally has pitched for a selective Administrative Tribunal for Education. The board of trustees administrator, previous MLC and Chancellor of PES University, MR Doreswamy said notwithstanding subsidizing […]

Higher Education Institutions Captivating High Achievers As Teachers

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The world’s third-largest higher education system of India is presently catering to 37.4 million students through 14.16 lac of teachers with a gross enrolment ratio of more than 26.3. The average pupil-teacher ratio (PTR)  staggering around 26 is quite low as compared to this ratio in the world’s best Universities with respect to teaching which […]

MLAs Not To Be Part Of College Commanding Body

College And MLAs

Higher education minister Arun Kumar Sahoo on Thursday said that chosen agents including local MLAs won’t be remembered for the administering group of degree colleges in the state. Rather than MLAs, educationists or specialists having involvement with overseeing educational institutions will be delegated in the college body. Sahoo said this while tending to a state-level […]

Bengaluru Dr. Ambedkar School Of Economics To Hire International Faculty

Bengaluru Dr. B. R. Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE)

Subsequent to getting fire from different quarters, the Higher Education Department has intended to rope in teachers for Bengaluru Dr. B. R. Ambedkar School of Economics (BASE) from different nations. The arrangement of the Vice-Chancellor will likewise be done at the universal level. Designation of V-C will likewise be done at worldwide level Higher Education […]

JNU Teachers Association Protests against Alternate Model of Examinations

JNU Teachers Association

The JNU Teachers’ Association (JNUTA) on Friday protested in front of the HRD Ministry to seek due attention to the ” alternative ” model of examinations in the Varsity. JNU Teachers’ Association (JNUTA) on Friday protested in front of the HRD Ministry to seek due attention to the ” alternative ” model of examinations in […]