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Govind Singh Dotasra is currently the Minister of State for primary and secondary education, he is also the Minister for Tourism and Devasthan in the Government of Rajasthan.
Jaipur, July 29 Sachin Pilot, Rajasthan's former deputy Chief Minister, on Wednesday, left the Congress workers surprised when ...
Congress national general secretary and Rajasthan in-charge Avinash Pande on Wednesday that the party has decided to dissolve all district and block committees in the state with immediate effect.
Jaipur, July 15 A day after the Congress cracked the whip and ousted Rajasthan PCC chief Sachin Pilot, ...
All India Congress Committee (AICC) General Secretary and party in-charge for Rajasthan Avinash Pande dissolved all cells and departments of the state party unit.
Rajasthan government on Tuesday barred the private schools in the state from taking advance fees till they reopen, a ...
With the joint efforts of state Congress government and BJP-led Centre, over one crore students in Rajasthan shall be able to attend regular lessons on Aakashwani.Prakash Javadekar, Union I&B Minister on Monday accepted the request made by state education minister Govind Singh Dotasara to make a few slots available on radio platform so that students of rural areas can also learn their regular school lessons, who unlike the private school students, were deprived from accessing online classes.Dotasara, a few days back, had written a letter to Javadekar requesting him for a few slots on Akashwani and Doordarshan to ensure rural students too can learn their lessons during lockdown as they have been unable to do so due to lack of broadband connectivity and electronic gadgets.
The Rajasthan government on Thursday ordered schools in the state in the not to take students' fees in advance till the lockdown continues in the wake of COVID-19.
In view of the ongoing tussle between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the ruling Congress regarding the change of syllabus, the state government on Wednesday announced the implementation of the NCERT syllabus in schools from the next session.
The Rajasthan government has formed a committee to analyse if some mobile online games should be banned in the state as two students died as a result of obsessively playing the games.