DELHI DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION
IIM study suggests blended learning for school education
The paper has devised a mathematical model recommending a blend of offline and online learning. As per the model, following social distancing norms, a school can operate in three shifts—7 am to 11 am, 11:30 am to 3:30 pm, and 4 pm to 7:30 pm. It also suggests that students be divided into three groups—class 1 to 4, class 5 to 8, and class 9 to 12.
Coronavirus in India likely to peak in June-July: AIIMS-Delhi Director
As per the modeling data and the way India's COVID-19 cases are increa...
Educational institutes still continue to show us the way: Ramesh Pokhriyal
Top universities and research institutes around the world, includi...
Passenger on Alliance Air's Delhi-Ludhiana flight tests positive for coronavirus
The flight was operated on May 25, when domestic flight services resumed after remaining grounded for two months due to the nationwide lockdown to prevent spreading of coronavirus infections.
Oath-taking ceremony: Gupta writes to Kejriwal over directorate of education circular
Newly-elected BJP MLA Vijender Gupta wrote to AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday requesting him for withdrawing a circular that made it "compulsory" for government school teachers to attend his oath-taking ceremony as Delhi chief minister. Gupta said he would attend Kejriwal's oath-taking ceremony at the Ramlila ground on Sunday.
Delhi riots: Schools in northeast Delhi to remain closed till March 7
The Directorate of Education on Saturday declared that the schools in northeast Delhi will remain closed till March 7. This comes in the wak...
IndiGo appoints Venkataramani Sumantran as independent director
Venkataramani Sumantran serves as an adjunct professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is on several statutory and advisory boards in India, Europe and the US. Dr. Sumantran, with a rich experience of over 35 years having worked in the USA, Europe and Asia, has been an industry leader, technocrat, academic and author.
Mortality rate increases if COVID-19 patient delays in visiting hospital: AIIMS-Delhi Director
While addressing a press conference in Ahmedabad, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi Director Dr Randeep Guleria on May ...
Education policy to allow private varsities to fix own fees
As per the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 being finalised, all fees and charges set by these institutions will be transparently and fully disclosed, and there shall be no arbitrary increases in these fees/charges during the period of enrolment of each student.
Government makes education accessible with PM eVIDYA; to launch dedicated TV channels
Radio, community radio and CBSE podcast 'Shiksha Vani' will be widely used to make education more accessible.
200 non-AC, second class passenger trains to run from June 1: Railways Executive Director
While speaking to ANI in Delhi on May 20, Railways Executive Director (Media), RD Bajpai said Railways will run 100 pairs (200 return journe...
GST officials seek directors’remuneration information
The inquiries come on the heels of conflicting orders passed by the Authority of Advance Ruling in two states on the applicability of GST on the remuneration of directors. The AAR Rajasthan said director remuneration is under the ambit of GST, while the AAR Karnataka ruled it was not.
Coronavirus outbreak: Plasma therapy started at multiple centres, says AIIMS Delhi Director
While addressing a press conference in Delhi, AIIMS Director of Delhi, Randeep Guleria, on Friday said at various centres, government has st...
DU final year exam for UG, PG from July 1; open book mode if Covid-19 situation doesn't improve
Under the 'Open-Book' mode of examination, the student will be able to refer books, notes and other study materials to answer the questions. Students will sit in their homes and will download question papers for their respective course from the portal. They will upload the answers in a span of two hours.
ED charge-sheets absconding arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari
Bhandari, along with unknown officials of the Indian Air Force and others, was booked by the Central Bureau of Investigation last June on charges of corruption in a Rs 2,985-crore deal in 2009 to procure 75 PC-7 trainer aircraft from Swiss plane maker Pilatus Aircraft.
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