Education News

IGNOU now Offers Post Graduate Diploma and Advance Certificate courses on Information Security

In today’s modern computer era, Every organization is facing the problems of growing security threats which are initiated by uncertain business practices. Security Risks are present in almost all the organizations and bring huge damage to its data, information, and policies whenever an attack strikes either external or through internal sources.

Spend your Summer Vacations Wisely

Most of the School Students are on Summer Vacations from this or the coming week. During these holidays, it is very easy to get caught up in the pleasure of decreased responsibilities. These tips can help you to enjoy productive, enjoyable, and regret-free summer vacations.

Dwarka International School celebrates “Human Rights: Awareness for a change”

Dwarka International School observed Human Rights week with the aim to educate the students about the role and importance of Human Rights in everyday life. Depicting the relevance of Human Rights various activities were planned for the week which included movie shows, poster making, graffiti, debates and talk show. Addressing the students following a series of events on various issues relating to Human Rights in the special assembly, Principal Ritu Mehta said “It is the responsibility of the youth to respect the rights of others and create a peaceful environment for a better living”

1 in 5 private schools in Tamil Nadu has no recognition

Nearly one-fifth of private unaided schools in the state have failed to get or renew their recognition. While many don't satisfy the land requirements prescribed by the department, the norms with regard to teacher-student ratio as per the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act pose problems for others.

The issue came to light after a scholarship meant for children of central government employees could not be disbursed as it could be given only to students of government-recognised institutions.

Notices to 64 schools for charging excess fee

The city government on Friday told the Delhi high court that it has started issuing notices to 64 private schools to refund the excess fees charged by them in 2009 without paying salaries to their teaching and non-teaching staff as per the Sixth Pay Commission.

Appearing before the bench headed Justice B D Ahmed, the counsel for the Directorate of Education, Delhi government, told the court that the department has started issuing notices following the judicial panel's suggestions last month.

Undergraduate semester exams in Delhi University from Nov 20

Delhi University has announced the dates for the forthcoming semester undergraduate exams. The exams are going to start from November 20 and would continue till December 14.

The timing for semester exams have been changed, the morning shift exams will now be conducted from 9.30 am instead of 9 am and the evening shift exams will be conducted from 2.30 pm instead of 3 pm. All the honours programme and BSc exams will be conducted in the morning shift, while the BA and BCom programmes exam will be conducted in the second shift.