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Delhi govt distances itself from Education Director’s comments saying students will get marks even if they write questions in place of answers

A video had viral where Directorate of Education (DoE) director of Delhi had said students will get marks even if they write questions in exam

In 2013, NCERT had admitted they have no documents to back claims on Qutab Minar made in textbooks

NCERT's reply to a 2013 RTI query says they have no documents or epigraphic evidence to back the claims made regarding the Qutab Minar in their history textbook.

Assam: Education goes secular as over 700 madarsas go mainstream

There are around 1000 state-run madarsas in Assam and that the state spends about Rs 260 crore annually on them.

Indian migrants constitute the largest high-skilled diaspora in OECD countries: Reports

The OECD report further emphasised that the Indian diaspora constituted the largest high-skilled diaspora in OECD countries.

WhiteHatJr and its founder slaps whistle-blower Pradeep Poonia with Rs 20 cr defamation suit over allegations of scamming customers: Read Details

Poonia had alleged that WhiteHatJr team is getting negative remarks against them removed on social media platforms

Madrasas are breeding grounds for terrorists: MP cabinet minister Usha Thakur

BJP MLA from Indore, Usha Thakur said that government funding to all madrasas should come to an end

British school book compares Dharma to terrorism, withdrawn after outrage amongst the Indian diaspora

Giving example of the Kshatriya Arjuna, the textbook stated that some Hindus have turned to terrorism to protect Hindu beliefs.

Along with state-run Madrasas, did Himanta Biswa Sarma say that Assam govt will be closing down Sanskrit Tols too? Not quite: Read details

While Madrassas as being converted as govt don't want to fund religious studies, Sanskrit tols are being converted due to irregularities

In 3 years, Yogi govt has provided more jobs than SP and BSP did in their 5-year tenures: UP CMO

Yogi government provided over 3 lakh jobs in 3 years, vacancies in all departments to be filled in six months

Of Macaulay and Nehru: A dilapidated education system and the need for the phoenix to rise from the ashes

A major consequence of the dilapidated education system, thanks to Nehru and Macaulay, is that an average Indian graduate is a test taker and a job seeker

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