Govt asks educational institutes for suggestions to revive economy post-pandemic


By: Education Desk | New Delhi |

Updated: April 25, 2020 3:24:03 pm

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The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), citing an order from the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD), has requested faculties and universities to research the very best work completed on the village degree to fight coronavirus or COVID-19 and counsel measures to speed up sustainable financial development. The institutes have been requested to ship their suggestions at [email protected] by May 15.

The discover requested institutes throughout India to ship suggestions on how to speed up and maintain financial development in varied sectors together with agriculture, expertise, IT, drugs, on-line and digital training methodology, e-business, and so forth. It additionally requested how institutes can actively take part in these actions by offering apps, digital options, start-up ventures, growth of latest machines, and so forth.

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The AICTE in a latest round has given three broad suggestions for college students and academics at Indian educational institutes to pursue analysis. Among them is learning measures taken by the Indian authorities to increase the Indian economy after a pandemic with reference to how India dealt with the 1918 pandemic (H1N1 virus), Spanish flu.

The different two embrace learning the very best work completed in villages to reply to the coronavirus pandemic by learning 5 to six adjoining villages or villages adopted by the college or institute. The second matter is how these villages withstood varied challenges posed by the pandemic.

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