Education

India to build multi-ethnic school in Sri Lanka

The secondary school located in President Maithripala Sirisena’s home district Polonnaruwa will be constructed using a grant of SLR 300 million from the Indian Government The secondary school will be constructed in President Maithripala Sirisena’s home district Polonnaruwa RELATED STORIES CBSE: Physical education to be made compulsory for Class 10 students Neighbourhood criteria, not a new concept: DoE Congress MP ... Read More »

No fellowship to non-NET candidates: UGC

In 2015, the commission announced the annulment of non-NET fellowships owing to shortage of funds, which prompted nationwide protests. No fellowship to non-NET candidates RELATED STORIES CBSE: Physical education to be made compulsory for Class 10 students Neighbourhood criteria, not a new concept: DoE Congress MP raises issue of student suicide in RS NEET UG 2017 Urdu Row: Students organisation ... Read More »

CBSE won’t apply its 3 Indian language plan for Class 10 Board exam till 2020

A senior official said that “even if the new plan is approved by the ministry and CBSE starts working on the scheme it would not” happen before 2019-20. RELATED STORIES Congress MP raises issue of student suicide in RS NEET UG 2017 Urdu Row: Students organisation to file petition in SC Civil aviation ministry approved mechanical and avionics aircraft courses ... Read More »

NEET score to be used for NISH admissions 2017

Candidates applying for admission to BASLP should have passed government recognised 10+2 examination or an equivalent examination securing a minimum of 50 per cent marks. NISH admission 2017 RELATED STORIES Kerala: Vice-Chancellors to discuss student harassment in self-financing institutions DU to introduce fresh admission criterion in upcoming session DU plans to launch mobile app to monitor student attendance Kashmir: Interactive ... Read More »

5 tips by PM Modi for students preparing for Classes 10 and 12 Board exams

To encourage the student in battling anxiety just a few months ahead of exams, PM Modi extended moral support by saying that students should find pleasure in exam by contemplating it as fun activities. Narendra Modi RELATED STORIES DU to introduce fresh admission criterion in upcoming session DU plans to launch mobile app to monitor student attendance Kashmir: Interactive session ... Read More »

Kerala: Vice-Chancellors to discuss student harassment in self-financing institutions

In a Facebook post, State Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said a situation would be created in self-financing institutions to enable students to study without fear. In picture, Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan (File photo) RELATED STORIES DU to introduce fresh admission criterion in upcoming session DU plans to launch mobile app to monitor student attendance Kashmir: Interactive session organised to motivate ... Read More »

IIT, MIT students and faculty join hands to convert Shantiniketan into a model heritage city

In order to convert Bolpur-Shantiniketan into a model sustainable heritage city, students and faculty members from the IIT-Kgp and MIT, on Friday came together at a brainstorming session. Those from IIT-Kgp were mainly research scholars and students pursuing masters in architecture and city planning. Shantiniketan to become a model heritage city RELATED STORIES Father of Indian Supercomputer Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar ... Read More »

Father of Indian Supercomputer Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar becomes Nalanda University’s new vice-chancellor

Vijay Pandurang Bhatkar, 70, has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor of Nalanda University, Rajgir, in Bihar. President Pranab Mukherjee, in his capacity as visitor to Nalanda University, named Bhatkar for the post with effect from January 25. Nalanda University gets a new vice-chancellor RELATED STORIES Rajasthan: Chapter on demonetisation to be included in high school syllabus UPSC CDS (I) ... Read More »

Sri Venkateswara College wins Great Britain debate in Delhi

The British High Commission organised the Delhi edition of the Great Britain Debate, which was hoisted by the Lady Sri Ram College. As many as 32 top debating teams from across the universities and colleges in Delhi had participated and spoke for and against the topics on gender equality and sustainable development. Sri Venkateswara College wins the Great Britain Debate ... Read More »

Sri Venkateswara College wins Great Britain debate in Delhi

The British High Commission organised the Delhi edition of the Great Britain Debate, which was hoisted by the Lady Sri Ram College. As many as 32 top debating teams from across the universities and colleges in Delhi had participated and spoke for and against the topics on gender equality and sustainable development. Sri Venkateswara College wins the Great Britain Debate ... Read More »