Government to make sports a compulsory subject in schools

While the Sport Ministry send its proposal to the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, the HRD Ministry responded to Sport Ministry citing most of the schools falls under the jurisdiction of state government and it is for the later

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Government likely to make annual exams compulsory for students of classes 5 and 8

On Thursday, the government announced that students studying in classes 5 and 8 may have to appear for annual examinations. “Under the CCE framework, schools and respective governments are free to conduct periodic examinations for children of all levels,” said

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CBSE Class 10 board exams are compulsory again from 2018

CBSE Class 10 board exams are compulsory again from 2018 CBSE to reintroduce compulsory Class 10 board examination from 2018. CBSE Class 10 board exams are compulsory again from 2018 RELATED STORIES #ChildrensDay: President Pranab Mukherjee to give away award

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Make education free and compulsory till Class 12: MPs give suggestion on New Education Policy

inisters expressed their concerns about unfilled vacancies, on the issue of languages including Sanskrit, out of school children and also difficulties faced by children belonging to minorities Make education free and compulsory upto class 12, suggested MPs RELATED STORIES Himachal

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Government has no plans to make Urdu compulsory in school education: Prakash Javadekar

“There are no plans to make Urdu compulsory in school education though the government is taking steps to promote the language, ”┬ásaid HRD minister Prakash Javadekar in the Rajya Sabha. Replying to supplementaries during Question Hour, Javadekar said government is

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