Educational calendar for Academic year 2020-21

CBSE Chairman has asked the school heads to make use of the digital learning/ e-learning platforms provided by the HRD Ministry. She also asked to share the innovative timetables, content, assignments, question banks, etc., so that the efforts do not remain limited to a single school.

As far as higher education institutions are concerned, most institutes ensure a break in May, after finishing exams by April. The new session begins between late July and early August.

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Don’t panic Jaspreet..syllabus will be over efficiently.the holidays will be reduced.till then, if u r so much interested to study, there is a lot on internet which u can study.the steps taken by our PM are for our benefits, so follow them. Stay Home, Stay Safe. I am also a student, but of class 10 and I am maintaining my patience and u should also.The good days will return,Ok. CBSE will take care of it.

According to the UGC session calendar, the academic session for freshers will now begin in November, and the delay will also impact the next academic session as well. "In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Commission has accepted the Report of the Committee and approved the @ugc_india Guidelines on Academic Calendar for the First Year of Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate Students of the Universities for the Session 2020-21," Education Minister Pokhriyal tweeted. View Full ImagePhoto: Twitter Share Via Minister Pokhriyal further added that a full refund for the admission cancellation will be made to students till November. "To avoid financial hardship being faced by the parents due to lockdown and related factors, a full refund of fees will be made on account of all cancellation of admissions/ migration of students, up to 30.11.2020, for this very session as a special case," he said. On cancellation/ withdrawal of admissions up to December 31, 2020, the entire fee collected from a student will be refunded in full after deduction of not more than ₹1000 as processing fee. The UGC had, in April, released an alternative academic calendar for colleges, with the plan to reopen colleges in September, but the delay in entrance exams and covid infections surge has pushed the session by two months. Supreme Court on Tuesday also asked Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) to declare results of compartment exams as soon as possible and coordinate with UGC to enable around 2 lakh students to apply in colleges in the current academic year. During the hearing, the top court earlier asked the University Grants Commission (UGC) not to declare the academic calendar till September 24 but was later told that the calendar has been released. Subscribe to Mint Newsletters * Enter a valid email * Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. Share Via Click here to read the Mint ePaperMint is now on Telegram. Join Mint channel in your Telegram and stay updated with the latest business news.Topics

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