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Delhi government announces odd-even scheme starting November 13

Delhi government has announced odd-even scheme in Delhi starting 13th November to counter the increasing levels of pollution.

Delhi Assembly: Resolution passed for 85% Delhi quota in all NCR...

The resolution of reserving 85% seats for students from the capital in colleges funded by the state government, including Delhi University has been passed by the Delhi Assembly on July 27.

AAP plans opening 75 language institutions to promote Sanskrit

People can study and understand Sanskrit in their daily lives — the one used in religious purposes or culture -- Says Manish Sisodia

Delhi govt withdraws funds from DU colleges, says orders not followed

Only if, the government says, the university constitutes governing bodies before that happening, this step can be held back.

DU colleges on verge of losing financial support from Delhi govt

With DU procrastinating over the formation of a governing body in govt-funded colleges, Delhi govt. might stop funding it's colleges soon.

85% seats now reserved for Delhi students; Confirms Resolution passed in...

New resolution has now been passed by the Assembly of Delhi saying that 85% seats will now be reserved for Delhi students in state's colleges.

Principals entitled with power to transfer teachers by Delhi govt

It is hereby ordered by the Delhi govt. that the head of school may recommend the transfer of three teachers in a year out of their school.

Education should be the biggest concern, says Sisodia

With good infrastructure and good faculty, one cannot ensure quality education. That comes from quality content. That's where we must work.

Night Schools – Ray of hope for school dropouts

According to a UNESCO report, about 47 million youth drops out of schools by 10th standard. Night schools are the key to return for them.

UberPool saved 936,000 litre of Fuel in a year; claims Uber

UberPool has saved 936K liters of fuel, travel 14 million kilometers and has reduced carbon emissions in Mumbai by 2622 Metric Tonnes.