Tag Archives: Education

UGC (Online Courses) Regulations, 2018 approved: UGC

University Grants Commission has approved UGC (Online Courses) Regulations, 2018. Higher Educational Institutions can offer Certificate, Diploma and Degree Programmes in full-fledged online mode in only those disciplines in which it has already been offering the same or similar Programmes … Continue reading

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Govt. educational institutions to reserve 5% seats for persons with disabilities: SC

The Supreme Court of India directed that all government educational institutions and others receiving aid from the government shall reserve at least 5 per cent seats for persons with disabilities while making admission of students in educational courses of higher … Continue reading

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Artciles 15(5) and 21A of Constitution valid: SC

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court upheld the constitutional validity of Articles 15(5) and 21-A of the Constitution in so far as it relates to private unaided educational institutions to provide compulsory education for children in the age group … Continue reading

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Govt can’t impose a language as the only medium of instruction: SC

A Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India ruled that a child has a constitutional right to choose the medium of instruction at the primary school stage and government cannot impose a language, including the mother tongue, as the … Continue reading

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FIIT JEE restrained from using BRAHMOS: DHC

The Delhi High Court restrained the coaching institute FIIT JEE from using the registered trademark BRAHMOS for the educational services rendered by them. Trademark BRAHMOS is registered in the name of a company held by Defence Research and Development Organization … Continue reading

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Opening of Campuses by Foreign Universities in India

Opening of Campuses by Foreign Universities The HRD Ministry has sent proposals to the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion and the Department of Economic Affairs to permit foreign universities to open their campuses in the country as companies as … Continue reading

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Supreme Court of India refers ‘mother tongue’ as medium of instruction case to a Constitution Bench

Considering the constitutional importance of the question whether the mother tongue or the regional language can be imposed by the State as the medium of instruction at the primary education stage, the Supreme Court of India referred the case to … Continue reading

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