SHANGHAI, July 1, 2016/ PRNewswire/– UnionPays payment service for students who study abroad is extending from tuition payment to all aspects of everydayday-to-day live. On July 1st, UnionPay International announced that now over 2,000 academic organizations abroad accept UnionPay cards for tuition payment, covering widely known schools in popular destinations, consisting of US, Canada, Australia, UK, New Zealand and Singapore.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina yesterday reiterated her call to the affluent section of individuals and business organisations to donate buses to academic institutionsuniversities to solve the transportation issue of students.
“If the well-off area of people comes forward, the need of the schools and colleges that have no buses will be fulfilled. So I advise the abundant to donate buses to the educational institutions,” she said.
New June 27 (ENA) Online Education Company Coursera is planning together with the Indian education institutions for providing courses through its platform. It is also partnering with Indian enterprises for corporate learning options.
Coursera offers free online courses in numerous disciplines and charges charge for accreditation of the course. It offers about 1900 courses from over 140 universities. It has broad user base in India. (ENA Bureau)
Members of the All India Trainees Federation (AISF) on Wednesday picketed the office of the District collectorate urging the State Government to fund and regulate all the Government-run academic institutions.Activists pointed out that private educational institutionsuniversities have actually been increasing the fee every year and the School Education department has been a mute viewer all along.Of late, even Government-run academic institutions are taxing the
trainees with extra or higher cost for meeting the salary of instructors designated through Moms and dad Teacher Associations. Such a scenario was due to the fact that of the failure of the State to fill the jobs in Federal government schools. Such factors threaten the right to education of kids from poor sections of society.State must step forward and supply 100 percent financing to Government schools and fill up all existing openings. Rigid action needs to be initiated against personal educational organizations that indulge in fleecing.Private schools that refuse to honour the 25 percent Right to Education seats for financially weaker sections need to deal with cancellation of their recognition.State should come forward to open one arts and science college per Assembly constituency and one engineering, medical and law college per district. Federal government Arts and Science Colleges need to have all departments. The demonstrators likewise called for increasing the allotment to Federal government school and college hostels and increase in financial provision for the food givenoffered to trainees at the hostels.
Postal Department has actually taken welcome initiative by attemptingaiming to press philately through academic institutionsuniversities. Union Ministry of Human Resource Advancement (MoHRD) must not just consist of philately in school text-books, however likewise direct educational-institutions to give philatelic items instead of trophies and so on as presents at functions of academic organizationsuniversities.
Dont discriminate versusvictimize Dalit trainees: Vijay Sampla to educationalinstitutions
Union minister Vijay Sampla today said stringent action will be taken versus private academic organizations if the government gets problems of discrimination against Dalit trainees or mis-utilisation of funds for post matric scholarships plan for SCs and STs.
Bengaluru, June 23: The incident where a nursing trainee was compelled to consume toilet cleaner in a supposed occurrence of ragging simply goes on to reveal that the majority of colleges have not carried out the guidelines of the Supreme Court.There are set
of stringent proposals that were made by the Supreme Court of India which were implied to be executed by the colleges.Also read: Kerala seeks Karnatakas help in ragging case of Dalit nursing student
Federal government plans to establish a regulative structure to make 10 public and 10 personal academic organizations as world-class teaching and research organizations, Lok Sabha was informed on Monday.
There is a proposition to develop a regulatory architecture to enable 10 public and 10 private institutions to emerge as world-class teaching and research study institutions, personnel and advancement (HRD) minister Smriti Irani said during Question Hour.
The reply came when BJP member Uday Pratap Singh asked whether the government has identified or proposes to determine central universities or organisations that are likely to make their mark internationally in the field of education and research.
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The minister said the federal government has actually not yet allocated any funds for the proposal but will offer appropriate assistance to assist 10 public organizations.
The details of the exact same are being exercised including option of the organizations, he said.
A Constitution Bench of theSupreme Court on Monday reportedly ruled that capitation cost charged by instructional organizations was prohibited. Itdirected the government to guarantee that education, an honorable activity, does not become a subject of business and profit-making.
A bench of Justices AR Dave, AK Sikri, RK Agrawal, AK Goel and R Banumathi was estimated by the Indian Expressas spokening thatvthe law permits the state to control admission and repair cost to keep a check on commercialisation in the education sector.