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Latest Articles in education sectors

The Budget Will Help A Great Deal In Realising The National Education Policy : PM Modi

The webinar was part of the new practice of discussion and dialogue with the stakeholders before and after the budget

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Budget Expectations: Education Sector Wants Higher Fund Allocation

Unfortunately, the fund allocation for the initiatives or policies related to education in the last two years has not been sufficient as the Health sector needed more attention.

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Haryana's Budget For 2021-22 To Focus On Education, Health Security: Khattar

Interacting with mediapersons in Gurugram, Khattar said that like last year, this time also, the state budget would be prepared and presented after holding discussions and seeking suggestions from various stakeholders, MLAs and MPs.

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Indian Impact Enterprises Raise $2.6Bn In Investment Across Key Impact Sectors During 2020

Indian impact enterprises have proved to be resilient: we see continued interest from investors in investing in a variety of innovative tech led impact ideas.

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Will (Budgetary) Reality Exceed (Market) Expectations ?

This budget is expected to announce long term plans for job creation, pushing ahead with government spends in healthcare, infrastructure, education and social development sectors .

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Union Budget 2021-22: What Industry Expects From This Budget

All eyes are on FM Sitharaman to put some remedies or announce grants and relaxation for their particular sectors.

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Industry Reactions On New National Education Policy (NEP 2020)

New National Education Policy was validated by the Union Cabinet Ministers Prakash Javadekar (I&B) and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (HRD), who have played a key role in developing the new policies.

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PM Modi Discusses Reforms In Education Sector To Make India Global Knowledge Superpower

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued an order under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, further extending the lockdown for a period of two weeks beyond May 4.

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