Education

FPM course: IIMB introduces reservation

BENGALURU: Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) takes a step ahead to welcome students from diverse background by mandating reservation in its Fellow Programme in Management (FPM) from 2018-19 academic year. The move had been welcomed by the alumni network which had been pushing the idea since long. Those who will be benefited from the move of IIMB include Scheduled ... Read More »

Computer specialists get more work in home networking tech

Not long ago, “smart” was only used to describe new cellphone technology. But this holiday season consumers will be clamoring for a wide range of products billed as “home automation devices,” from the Amazon Echo to the Google Home and more. The latest and greatest gadgets communicate with everything from your fridge to your thermostat, connections made possible thanks to ... Read More »

Computer science education paving way to

From laptops to desktops to smartphones to tablets, computing has become an integral part of our daily lives. It is reported that nationwide, there are more than 500,000 unfilled computing jobs, and the number is expected to double to over 1 million by 2020. With computing now the No. 1 source of all new wages in the United States, it ... Read More »

New Delhi, November 2, 2017 | UPDATED 15:58 IST CBSE UGC NET 2017 exam schedule at cbse.nic.in: Check now!

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting UGC NET November 2017 exam on November 5. Also, the board has released the UGC NET 2017 examination schedule today, November 2 on the official website, the link for which is cbse.nic.in Take a look at the examination schedule: Note: “The candidates are advised to visit the examination center a day before ... Read More »

IBPS PO Prelims 2017 result declared at ibps.in, status to be displayed by late evening

The result of PO/Management Trainees (CWE PO/MT-VII) online preliminary exam has been released by IBPS. Candidates will be able to check their result status only by late evening.   Result status will be uploaded on the official website by evening The result of Probationary Officers (PO)/Management Trainees (CWE PO/MT-VII) online preliminary exam has been released by the Institute of Banking ... Read More »

Delhi University: 5 SRCC grads bag Rs 20 lakh placement offers

Delhi University’s (DU) Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) students have recently bagged Rs 20 lakh offer from international consulting firm. As per reports, five students have bagged Rs 20 lakh offer from Boston Consulting Group. As reported by Indian Express, the college has announced that the average number of offers extended increased substantially, marking a great leap from last year. ... Read More »

IIT Roorkee students win international competition by developing ‘Evacool’

As a part of the ‘Go Green in the City 2017’ held at the Schneider Electric headquarters in Paris, two Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee students developed a low-cost earthenware cooling technology named Evacool. The competition was conducted to promote innovative solutions for smarter and energy efficient cities. Nimisha Gupta and Raja Jain, students of chemical engineering course at IIT ... Read More »

Education: Key to the success of Chile’s historic recycling law

Little by little, the cities of Chile begin to fill up with “clean points” for recycling – CREDIT: Pulso The new legislation will only work if there is a cultural change in terms of separating at the source CREDIT: Pulso The new legislation will only work if there is a cultural change in terms of separating at the source – ... Read More »

Ritinjali has educated 1,200 slum children and helped hundreds of youth find employment

Since 1995, Ritinjali has been providing education to marginalised communities to nurture the youth into responsible, sensitive citizens.  Students at the learning centre More often than not, it is children who are already disadvantaged due to poverty, alleged involvement in crime, physical and mental disability, and gendered and sexual discrimination, who are thrown into perpetuating cycles of wrong and social ... Read More »

‘Welcome and important’: academics on decolonising education

The debate sparked by a group of undergraduates at the University of Cambridge, on how and whether to “decolonise” British tertiary education by incorporating more black and minority ethnic voices, is spreading rapidly across universities and academic disciplines. Paul Gilroy, professor of American and English literature at King’s College London, tweeted an image of Batman proclaiming “Decolonising the humanities isn’t just about Oxbridge”, ... Read More »