News Topic:Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD)

In J&K, 83 percent govt schools have ‘defunct’ computers: MHRD

SRINAGAR — In Jammu and Kashmir, at least 83 percent of government schools have “defunct computer services” which is taking a toll on the...

Gradual opening of schools after October 15: Education Ministry

SRINAGAR — The Education Ministry has issued the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for reopening of schools in the country.The guidelines for gradual opening of...

Over 5,000 teaching posts lying vacant in JK School Edu deptt

SRINAGAR — More than five thousand teaching posts are lying vacant in the Jammu and Kashmir School Education department, thus simultaneously taking a toll...

NEP-2020: B.Ed degree to be minimum requirement for teaching

SRINAGAR — The Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has said that the minimum qualification for teaching will be a four-year integrated B.Ed degree.The...

Over 16,000 Govt teachers in JK ‘Undergraduate’

SRINAGAR — At a time when the government is claiming to have taken steps to ensure quality education for the students, more than 16,000 teachers...

Entrance exams only after the lockdown ends: HRD Ministry

The entrance exams to different technical education courses will be held only when the lockdown ends, the Human Resource Development Ministry said on Monday.

MHRD sets up centres for GATE aspirants in Kashmir

SRINAGAR — In a major relief for Kashmiri GATE aspirants, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has set up six exam centres in...

B.Ed to be a four-year integrated course from next year

NEW DELHI — The government is going to introduce a four-year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed) course from next year with an aim to improve...

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