The South African Model United Nations debating conferences are based on the principles and format of a UN General Assembly debate, with a focus on the United Nations, global issues, international relations and human rights issues. The conferences were first held in 1995 as part of the United Nations’ 50th anniversary celebrations. The 1995 group of debaters accompanied former President ... Read More »


EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT (ECD) *This project has been ear-marked for social franchise development This project has been developed to assist caregivers in impoverished communities who are tasked with looking after preschool children while their parents are at work. Many of these caregivers have limited education and no access to formal training. Education Africa runs a three year-long whole school intervention ... Read More »

How To Prepare Smartly For AIPMT 2016

AIPMT is the most important medical entrance exam to get into a government medical/dental college. The preparation phase should start right from your school days. The best time to start proceedings is right after the class X exam (secondary) concludes. Two years preparation is the minimum time requirement to score higher in this particular exam. Many applicants but limited seats ... Read More »

The Best MBA Programs Offer Integrated Teaching Models

If you have a head for business, you have probably put some serious thought into the potential of pursuing an MBA. After all, an MBA can be the key to careers as exciting and varied as a Bay Street stockbroker to a Hollywood talent agent. Whether you have recently graduated with an undergraduate degree, or you’ve been at your current ... Read More »

Digital week: Undestanding the virtual world of education

To deal with the queries comprising engineering and science, a project named ‘Ask a Question’ was launched as a part of the ‘Digital India Initiative’ that began at IIT Bombay on Thursday. Respected professors of the institute were responsible to handle the question and answer session. According to the members of the project, the activity that started more than four ... Read More »

IIPM to shut down management course; focus on training and partnerships

The Indian Institute of Planning and Mangament (IIPM), founded and run by Arindam Chaudhuri will not be offering admissions to its management courses anymore. Following the order given to the controversial business school to shut down its campuses across the country, IIPM will now confine itself to research and training at IIPM Delhi. IIPM has now entered into technical collaboration ... Read More »

Madrasas across Maharashtra will not be recognised as formal schools

New controversy stirs up as Maharashtra is set to declare around one lakh students in the state as ‘out of school children’. The BJP led government has announced that madrasas which do not offer Mathematics, Science and Social Studies will not be recognised as formal schools. The BJP government has conveyed to the school education department of the state, which ... Read More »

1,400 teachers with fake degrees resign in Bihar

Fearing government action over possession of fake educational degrees, as many as 1,400 primary teachers have resigned from service in Bihar. To prevent the teachers from facing any legal action in this matter, a Patna High Court asked those possessing the fake certificates to quit on their own. The Education Board has fixed July 8 as the last date of ... Read More »

Bombay HC orders CLAT authorities to clear air on discrepancies in questions

On Thursday, as the final allotment list for CLAT 2015 was released, the Bombay High Court ordered the examination authorities to come up with a solution for the alleged discrepancies in questions. Shubham Gupta, a Mumbai student had got a rank of 258 in the exam, however, after the ranks were modified according to the expert panel’s recommendations, his rank ... Read More »

UGC identifies 6 of the 21 fake universities in Delhi

After much speculation, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has come up with a list of fake universities. This list consists of 21 universities, set up across the country. These universities have been found to be working in violation of the UGC Act, 1956. A total of six universities in Delhi are found to be fake. However, the maximum number of ... Read More »