On 12 June 2017, Prakash Javadekar attended the 15th convocation of University of Petroleum and Energy Studies where he mentioned the potential collapse of CBSE, CISCE and other national boards into one. He says, “The central government is taking several steps to strengthen and streamline both school education and higher education system.”
Given that our country has some of the largest reserves of coal in the world, yet we are unable to harness them. The problem is of sequestering Carbon dioxide. While going in for non conventional sources of energy, we need to carry out research, so as to simplify this process of conversion and make it cheaper so that our coal can be fully utilized in a non polluting manner, said the Union HRD Minister.
With almost half of its population ranging between the age of 15-45 years, India is the youngest nation of the world. But, with much of its most potential batch signing off to study abroad due to better educational opportunities, the huge man force fails to make the impact it can. Worried by the same, the Union is putting up regulatory mechanism that would be rational and re-calibrated to ensure positive outcomes leading to speedy growth of the country. One such step is having a single education board with regulatory power of its own.