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Instructional strategies workshop organized for social science teachers at GNDU

AMRITSAR: Department of Education, School of Education, under Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National mission on Teachers and Teaching organized a workshop on Instructional Strategies for Social Science Teachers. The main objective of the workshop was to bring together teacher educators and school teachers to cover a range of topics that would help to shape many aspects of lives ranging from the education of the children, to ensuring democracy, to human relationships and how to cope with community issues.

Full Court reference was held Himachal Pradesh HC to bid farewell to Justice Suryakant

SHIMLA: A Full Court reference was held today in High Court of Himachal Pradesh to bid farewell to Justice  Suryakant, the Chief Justice, on his elevation as Judge of the Supreme Court of India.

Apple nurturing young Indian coders to create Next-Gen apps

NEW DELHI:  When Apple CEO Tim Cook says a four-year degree is not necessary to be proficient at coding, he means it. Ask young Indian tech innovators and you would immediately find the answer.

Punjab all prepared for counting of votes: Dr.Karuna Raju

CHANDIGARH: The Office of Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab made all arrangements for counting of votes in the state. Disclosing here today Dr. S. Karuna Raju Chief electoral Officer Punjab said that counting of votes will be held at 21 different locations of state of Punjab for 13 Parliamentary Constituencies. He said that counting of votes will begin on May 23 at 8:00 am.

Indian educational institutions must maintain high standards: Vice President

CHENNAI:  Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday urged Indian educational institutions to maintain high standards and foster academic excellence.

NCERT Direred LPU’s ‘Transforming Education Awards’ upon India’s best Schools & Teachers

JALANDHAR: Considering School-Principals & Teachers backbone of the nation and society, as they lay everlasting progressive impressions upon their students’ lives; Lovely Professional University organized its 2nd Edition of ‘Transforming Education Awards-2018’  at Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium of the university.

Designer wear collections of NIIFT's graduating fashion design students to be showcased at ‘Anu-kama 19’

LUDHIANA: Northern Indian Institute of Fashion Technology (NIIFT), set up by Government of Punjab, is all set to hold Anukama 2019, a graduating show for the Fashion Design (FD) and Fashion Design (Knits) departments of NIIFT, Ludhiana at Main Auditorium, Guru Nanak Dev Bhawan, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana, 04pm onwards on May 22, 2019.

More arrests likely in Uttarakhand scholarship scam

DEHRADUN:  After the arrest of 12 people in the Rs 100 crore SC/ST scholarships scam that rattled the Haridwar district, the Uttarakhand Police on Tuesday said some more arrests were likely on the completion of investigations.

Restrictions imposed in Srinagar over separatist march

SRINAGAR:  Authorities have imposed restrictions in Srinagar on Tuesday to prevent a separatist-called commemoration march.

Haryana declares public holiday on May 19, Re-poll at 85 Prithla Assembly segment

In view of re-poll on May 19, 2019 at 88-Asaoti Polling Station of 85 Prithla Assembly segment of 10-Faridabad Parliamentary Constituency in Haryana, Sunday, May 19, 2019 will be observed as a public holiday in the offices of Government Department/Boards/Corporations and Educational Institutions under the Haryana Government and in the various factories, commercial establishments, shops etc. located in areas where the re-polling will be held within the meaning of Section 25 of Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.

Manish Tiwari gets backing of all Congress MLAs in Anandpur Sahib

ANANDPUR SAHIB: Former Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Manish Tiwari is locked in a four cornered contest in Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha seat having an edge over rivals owing to sustained campaigning and support of Congress MLAs.

Pune government school teacher molests 12 minor girls

A Pune government school teacher, accused of molesting at least 12 minor girls, has been sent to police custody for three days till Saturday, an official said on Friday.

Separatist call shutdown over civilian killing in J&K

A separatist-called protest shutdown on Friday over civilian deaths during an anti-terror operation found support in the valley as shops, public transport, businesses and educational institutions remained closed here in the city and other places in Jammu and Kashmir.

Only 48% Lok Sabha candidates are graduate: ADR

Only 48 per cent of the candidates contesting the 2019 Lok Sabha polls have declared graduation and above educational qualifications, according to the National Election Watch and the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).

Rahul warns of stern action against Bargari & Behbal Kalan culprits

Taking the SAD-BJP combine head-on over the sacrilege issue, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday warned of strong action against the culprits behind the Bargari and other cases of desecration of the holy scriptures, saying the perpetrators of these crimes and the subsequent incidents of police firing would not be spared.

Federal fascism embedded in BJP's DNA: Congress

Condemning the vandalism at a Kolkata college and destruction of Bengali polymath Vidyasagar's bust during BJP President Amit Shah's roadshow on Tuesday, the Congress on Wednesday said "federal fascism" was embedded in the BJP's DNA.

Court asks Telangana to declare Intermediate results by May 27

 The Telangana High Court on Wednesday directed the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) to declare the results of re-verification of answer scripts of Intermediate students by May 27.

Chandigarh ignored in funds' allocation: Pawan Kumar Bansal

Chandigarh has been deliberately ignored in allocation of funds and one of the country's oldest varsities, the Panjab University, was also starved of funds, Congress nominee and former Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal said.

Most educational institutions shut down in J&K

Amid calls of hanging of rapist as students continue to clash with the police, the authorities in Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday shut down most educational institutions in the valley.

Maharashtra PG medical students on warpath

After the Supreme Court and the Bombay High Court scrapped the applicability of Socially and Economically Backward Classes (SEBC) for the current year (2019), some 250 medical students who had secured admissions to various post-graduation courses in Maharashtra are now left high an dry.


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