6th World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy 2020 concludes with Declaration of The Dalai Lama Chair | India Education,Education News India,Education News

Mumbai: The 6th World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy 2020, held from 2nd October 2020 to 4th October 2020, was successfully concluded with global leaders appealing to the youth for world peace and spreading harmony and positivity during the times of the pandemic. The virtual summit culminated with the declaration of The Dalai Lama Chair, hosted by MIT World Peace University (MIT-WPU) at the backdrop of the World Peace Dome along with an engaging discussion on the importance of Indic Studies/The Dalai Lama Studies for Future Of World Peace, which was the key highlight of the day.

Addressing Global Issues

The three-day summit was a great success and saw a host of attendees and stalwarts addressing global issues, such as the need for the eradication of Biological and Chemical Weapons, Climate Change – Impact on World Peace, amongst others. Another prominent issue, which was highlighted was that of COVID-19,

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vishwanath d. karad: MIT WPU commenced it’s 6th edition of the World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy 2020 Summit | Events Movie News

Pune’s MIT World Peace University commenced its 6th edition of the World Parliament of Science, Religion and Philosophy. The event was inaugurated by Anusuiya Uikey, Governor of Chhattisgarh and Prof Dr Vishwanath D Karad – UNESCO Chair Holder; Founder, MIT World Peace University, Pune , V. Muraleedharan, Minister of State for External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi, along with eminent Indian computer scientist, IT leader and educationalist Dr. Vijay Bhatkar, Prof. Rahul V.Karad, Executive President, MIT-WPU and Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, Executive President, MIT-ADTU along with other dignitaries.

The inaugural ceremony began with the unveiling of the book, ‘You May Believe It Or Not’ by Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad, which highlights about his life ideologies, deep faith and devotion along with his quest for establishing the culture of peace for the welfare of global society, as well as the need to implement the value-based universal education system for

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What Does the Education Department’s New Final Rule Mean For Religion and Free Speech in Higher Education?


Last Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Education issued its final rule on religious liberty and free inquiry, which details protections for faith-based institutions and religious student groups at public universities and seeks to bolster campus free speech.

The rule reflects – and sometimes contradicts – a fraught, growing body of case law about religion and free speech in higher education.

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

The final rule, which came after 17,000 public comments, requires universities to give equal treatment to religious student groups, which means equal access to university facilities, recognition and funding from student fees, among other things. The rule also defines what it means to be a religious higher education institution so that these schools can continue to be officially exempted from adhering to Title IX where it conflicts with a religious creed. Plus, it reaffirms that these institutions can benefit from department

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