Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, apearing for the University Grants Commission, stated that fresh Standard Operating Procedure and office memorandum had been issued by the Ministry of Human Resource Development mandating an exam for the final year students. … [Read more...] about HC asks Delhi University to clarify on dates for final year under-graduate exams
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There are many examples of small firms not just surviving but prospering in these times, and I guess that’s why the National Federation of Independent Business’s latest Small Business Optimism Index, though drastically off its historic highs, has fallen down only to the levels we last saw in 2016 and well off the troughs of the Great Recession. … [Read more...] about If small businesses are suffering so much, why is $130 billion in Paycheck Protection money still available?
The Paycheck Protection Program, run by the U.S. Small Business Administration, was passed by Congress to help all kinds of small employers survive the crushing impact of the coronavirus pandemic, providing $660 billion in loans that charge just 1% interest. Nonprofits, as long as they have fewer than 500 employees, were allowed to apply for the loans as well, just as for-profits with fewer than 500 employees could. The government loans are completely forgivable, including interest, if the majority of the funds is directed toward paying employees. … [Read more...] about Millions in aid from small business relief fund went to “hate groups”
In other recent Honda news, the company recently launched the BS6-compliant X-Blade in the Indian market at a starting price of Rs 1.05 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi). The motorcycle is offered in two variants: single-disc and double-disc and a host of new features and equipment. … [Read more...] about Honda Two-Wheeler Launches Online Booking Platform For Its Customers: Read More To Find Out
COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. All sectors, including the education sector, have been drastically affected all sectors including education. The world is searching for new strategies to cope with this pandemic and its aftermath. Higher educational institutions are now looking at online teaching-learning as a window of hope. Many institutions and teachers have taken efforts to incorporate online education and are trying to use tech tools to such as Learning Management Systems (LMS) and web conferencing platforms such as Udemy, Educadium, CourseCraft, and Skillshare, and are trying out different means of reaching out to their students who are quarantined in their own homes and towns and villages. The apex bodies such as the UGC and AICTE have also appealed to teachers and have advised students to make effective use of web learning. But sceptics and cynics have created myths about web learning, which we need to debunk so that we can transition effectively so that knowledge and … [Read more...] about Seven myths about online education