digitalLEARNING Magazine | Weekly Newsletter | 31 December 2020 | Volume 16 | Issue 123
No change in syllabus for JEE, NEET: Education Minister
During a virtual interaction with teachers, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said there will be no change in the syllabus of JEE, NEET. However, the exam pattern has been modified. Students will have to answer only 75 out of 90 questions.Read More >
UGC offers 100 PG and UG online courses
University Grants Commission has offered more than 100 online postgraduate and undergraduate courses for students. The MOOCs courses in January Semester 2021 is available on the SWAYAM platform.Read More >
Centre forms panel for common entrance test for admission to central universities
In a major move, the central government has set up a panel to recommend the modalities and implementation of a common aptitude test for admissions to undergraduate level programmes in Delhi University, Banaras Hindu University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and all other central universities.
Bihar govt to distribute 73 lakh masks among school students
According to officials, the Bihar Government is all set to distribute 73 Lakh masks among the school students. The move has been a part of the safety measures for school reopening from 4th January 2020 onwards.
Odisha approves quota in engineering, medical colleges for govt school students
In a major move, the Odisha government decided to make a provision for reservation in engineering and medical colleges for students passing out from state-run schools. It also approved a proposal for making it mandatory for all people’s representatives and government servants to submit property statements every year.