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Another Board For Oral Vedic Traditions, Modern Subjects Being Considered: Education Minister

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New Delhi: Another educational committee for oral vedic practices with current subjects was being considered by the Maharshi Rashtriya Ved Vidya Pratisthan (MSRVVP), Ujjain, Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday.

Mr Pradhan expressed this in a composed answer in Lok Sabha. The focal government has just two School Boards in particular Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).

Notwithstanding, MSRVVP, Ujjain, an independent body under the Ministry of Education, has given consent for a private board for mixed instruction including both vedic examinations and present day subjects, he said. “MSRVVP, Ujjain is additionally thinking about setting up one more board for oral vedic practices with present day subjects,” Mr Pradhan said in his reaction.

A sum of 2,29,264 understudies from schools partnered to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have enlisted for undergrad confirmations at the University of Delhi.

New Delhi: An aggregate of 2,29,264 understudies from schools associated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have enlisted for undergrad affirmations at the University of Delhi, which is the most noteworthy number of uses from understudies of one board. Enlistments for DU UG affirmation 2021 finished on August 31 and the main legitimacy list is normal in October.

Understudies from different sheets like the Board of School Education Haryana(BSEH), Council For The Indian School Certificate Examinations(CICSE), Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education(UP Board), and others have additionally applied in the DU UG 2021 confirmation measure.

From BSEH, 9,918 understudies have applied, from CICSE, 9,659 understudies have applied, and from UP Board, 8,007 understudies have applied for DUET 2021.

By and large, 4,38,696 understudies have applied for UG confirmations this year according to the information accessible on the authority site.

According to state insightful information, the most elevated candidates are from the public capital Delhi – 1,15,928, trailed by Uttar Pradesh with 55,617 candidates. From different states like Haryana( 37,743), Bihar(16,704), and Rajasthan(11,562) understudies have applied for different single guys courses for the impending scholastic year in DU.

While admission to the majority of the UG programs are merit-based – Class 12 board test marks – a few projects expect possibility to qualify placement tests. The Delhi University Entrance Test(DUET) will be held from September 26 to October 1.

The National Testing Agency(NTA) will direct the affirmation test for DU. Understudies can allude to the authority site to get updates and subtleties of the confirmation cycle.

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