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‘CABE to decide future of Class 10 board exams’

Human resources development minister Smriti Irani on Sunday dismissed the charge that the country’s education system was being “saffronised”, and rejected demands for Sanskrit to be made compulsory in the curriculum. Ms Irani said while rolling back the ... Asian Age, 1 hour ago
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German row: Irani's order effectively makes Sanskrit a must for KVs

Union HRD minister Smriti Irani. The Ministry of Human Resource Development may have promised to allow students to pick any modern Indian language as their third language after removing German as an option in Kendriya Vidyalayas, but the decision ...
 Indian Express2 hours ago HRD Ministry Plans to Reintroduce Class 10 Board Exams in CBSE Schools  International Business Times India2 days ago Smriti Irani Makes 70K KV Students Switch to Sanskrit From German  International Business Times India2 days ago 'Unfair, Illegal, Unconstitutional And Unjust'  Outlook India3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Perpetually in controversies

Union HRD minister Smriti Irani (Photo: PTI/File) The HRD ministry can not seem to keep itself out of controversies. Whenever there is a change in government at the Central level, it inadvertently leads to an ideological shift in the country's ...
 Deccan Chronicle23 hours ago Minister in controversy over academic degrees  The Statesman1 week ago HRD ministry in fake marksheet row  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
Indian Express

German language row: Smriti Irani justifies move, cites Constitution

Smriti Irani questioned the timing of the controversy saying it was created deliberately. Even as Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani asserted that teaching German as a third language in schools violates the Indian Constitution, a ...
 Indian Express1 day ago "German vs Sanskrit row "deliberate?  The Statesman2 days ago Teaching German as third language in schools was violation of constitution: Smriti Irani  DNA2 days ago German vs Sanskrit controversy created 'deliberately': Irani  Rediff.com2 days ago
Times of India

Local languages can boost India's GDP, says Smriti Irani

AFP After terming the study of German language 'unconstitutional' , Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani has now stressed that local languages can also help in the growth of the country's GDP. Addressing a conference on education at the World ...
 DNA India1 day ago Use of local language can boost GDP, Smriti Irani says  Times of India2 days ago

Smriti Irani's little learning is dangerous

A little learning, it's said, is a dangerous thing. Two living exemplars of the phrase in recent days are Smriti Irani and Zameeruddin Shah, for their ill-judged and obsolete ideas on education and campus management. The human resource development ...
 Sify1 day ago Sunil Sethi: Why a little learning is dangerous  Business Standard2 days ago
Millennium Post

AAP slams Smriti Irani for introducing Sanskrit in middle of academic year

The Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday trained its guns on HRD Ministry for its ambiguity regarding educational policies. Party leaders said more clarity was required on the policy on classical languages. While AAP leader Yogendra Yadav said HRD ...
 Indian Express1 day ago AAP slams government over language row  Economic Times1 day ago AAP slams HRD Ministry for its amateurish tinkering  New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago AAP slams central govt over language row  Millennium Post1 day ago

She Rings The School Bells

Her rise in the BJP echelons has been easy and early. Smriti Irani is not giving it up.
 Outlook1 day ago
One India

Smriti Irani moots Think in India to stop brain drain

GREATER NOIDA: After Make in India, comes Think in India. Close on the heels of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's campaign urging firms across the world to set up their plants here and start making things in India, Union HRD minister Smriti Zubin ...
 Times of India2 days ago After make in India, now think in India  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago After Modi's 'Make in India', Smriti Irani pitches for 'Think in India' campaign for students  One India3 days ago HRD planning 'Think in India' drive to up innovation: Irani  Siasat Daily3 days ago
India TV

Smriti Irani picks Mewat girl as brand ambassador of Bal Swachhta Mission

Wasima, a Class VI student from a village of Mewat, has been made the brand ambassador of Bal Swachhta Mission for Haryana. HRD Minister Smriti Irani made the announcement. Irani met Wasima at the stall of a NGO during an exhibition set up to mark the conclusion of Bal Swachhta Mission at Mewat Model School, Nuh. During their interaction, Wasima told Irani that she wanted to become a teacher on completing her ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Cleanliness drive should also include the mind: Irani  Press Trust of India4 days ago Smriti picks Mewat girl as state envoy for Bal Swachhta Mission  Times of India4 days ago Swachh Bharat: Cleanliness drive should also include the mind, says Smriti Irani  Economic Times4 days ago
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