A snap from the recent JNUTA protest (Pic: Facebook)

Dons from Texas, Columbia agree with JNU profs survey, say compulsory attendance 'kills research'

The survey which was created a day ago was answered by top academics in universities including Colombia, Oxford and Cambridge 

Dr Alexander Jesudasan, Principal, Madras Christian College (Pic: Facebook/Department of Business Administration, MCC)

MCC protest: Principal to convene meeting, says he has no objection to scrapping Sports for All  programme

 A first-year BSc Chemistry Student Mahima Jayaraj collapsed and died on Monday after jogging. Around 2,00 students staged a protest in the campus today 

Professor V C Srivastava is an IIT Roorkee faculty (Pic: IIT Roorkee)

This IIT Roorkee scientist's research on wastewater and clean fuel is the sustainable step forward

Professor V C Srivastava from IIT Roorkee was awarded the NASI-Scopus Young Scientist Award for Sustainable Development

The students started protesting at 9 in the morning (Pic: Special Arrangement)

Madras Christian College students protest after Mahima's death, demand sports class be made optional

Mahima Jayaraj, a first-year BSc Chemistry student passed away on Monday evening after the mandatory sports class. The students have been protesting since 9 in the morning

Arts Teachers Welfare Association President SA Rajkumar said there have been several violations of norms during the special teachers' selection process.

Art teacher who got TN Govt job is apparently SC, OBC, widow and handicapped. This is why others find it ludicrous

The TRB published the special teacher tentative provisional selection list on October 12. In the list, many of the selected teachers had clerical irregularities that helped them land jobs 

From January there will be various tournaments held across the state and there will be many participants in all the districts across Tamil Nadu  (Pic: Express)

TN youth ask for separate facility to train for Jallikattu

Every year many participants get injured and even lose lives. So, setting up a modern Jallikattu training facility is necessary, they claimed

Mahima was a first year BSc Chemistry student (Pic: Facebook/Dinesh Sdk Kumar‎)

Students, alumni distraught as MCC student dies after being made to jog during sports hour

Mahima Jayaraj, a BSc Chemistry student, allegedly collapsed on the basketball court around 5 pm after the mandatory jogging in the college’s ‘Sports For All’ initiative 

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Abused women can get legal, police aid through 24x7 TN Govt helpline 181

Women who face any kind of trouble in public places, their homes or workplace, can dial the number to get legal or police aid and medical services

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From now, school kids in Kerala to have lessons on drugs in their textbooks

A meeting of the curriculum steering committee was held recently and a meeting of various stakeholders is expected to be held on December 18 and 19

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Meet the Odiya Malayali: Migrant labourer scores 100 per cent marks in Kerala literacy exam

Mudad Revathi had been learning Malayalam for some time under the state-wide 'Changathi' programme

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This seven-year-old from Ambur lodged a complaint against her father for not constructing a toilet in their house

E Hanifa Zaara lodged a complaint at the All Women Police Station in Ambur on Monday against her father Ihssanullah

These instructions were put up as a response to specifically two cases that shook the state in the past few weeks (Pic: representational)

Kottayam cops tell parents to stop girls from taking selfies with boys, stalk them on social media

There are a total of 16 instructions that direct parents about what should be done. It states that children should not be given mobile phones

The students plan to carry on the protest until their demands are met.  (Pic: Varsha Priyadarshini)

TISS Hyd students protest against admin decision to scrap BA courses and shut down hostels

The decision came when the students were on their semester break and even though there has been no official notice yet, the administration, allegedly, has told the students that they will not budge

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UP government gears up to check cheating in state board exams through a new software

The Uttar Pradesh Board examination will begin on February 7 and will be conducted in the next 16 working days.

The process of self-improvement is like regular grooming, which is a necessity

How self-improvement is like regular grooming and is a necessity for career development

If there is no proper grooming, how can one expect to perform well? Isn’t that how you project a powerful aspect of the ‘self’? This is what employers seek in a placement selection process

Students would be able to consult the material, which are structured to test their understanding of concepts rather than merely the ability to memorise facts and figures.  (Pic: File Photo)

How Google can take open book exams to the next level

If reference material is allowed into exam halls, can Google, accessible through handy laptops, smartphones and tablets, be far behind?

These camps will be held at Jxtapose, Jubilee Hills, where they work out of currently; Collab House in Begumpet; Phoenix Arena in HITEC City and Nritya in Banjara Hills | (Pic: Leo & Mike)

Through their workshops, Leo & Mike want to lend students an interdisciplinary outlook

Leo & Mike is approximately six-months-old and is still making all the right noise 

The collective was started by seven people | (Pic: Sashi B Das)

What’s in a frame? The power to bring about instant change. That’s what we realised with this cool collective

StreetEye Collective is for those photographers who like street and documentary photography 

Black Coffee has crossed one lakh views on YouTube

Sip this brew: Black Coffee, Praneeth Prattipati’s short film, is raking in views by the hour on YouTube

Praneeth Prattipati did not expect this kind of reaction from the viewers

Presently, the mill owners do not rely on agents or middlemen for recruiting the girls

Young girls in Tirupur allegedly manipulate age in medical certificate to get employed in spinning mills

Over 750 spinning mills in the three districts, nearly 60 to 70 percent of the total workforce are adolescent girls

The renaming of Allahabad and Faizabad divisions had sparked a debate and triggered demands for renaming other cities

After city, now a proposal to rename Allahabad University as Prayagraj University

Earlier, a report also said that a demand for changing the name of the Allahabad High Court has been made before the state Governor, to change its name to Prayagraj

UGC has asked all universities and colleges to consider including Gandhian literature

Consider including Gandhian literature in libraries: UGC to varsities

There is also a repository of quality books at affordable price that highlight India's rich and diverse cultural heritage, the UGC said

Including the accepted Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs), a total of 844 students have already been placed at the end of Phase I  (Pic: File Photo)

Core sectors and R&D offer most number of jobs as IIT-M gets record 888 offers

There were more than 490 job profiles from nearly 326 companies during Phase I of Placements, held between December 1 and 8

A footfall of 6,000 on both the days, including students who were accompanied by their families, was noted.  (Pic: Express)

TNIE's Edu Fair successfully connects institutes and 6k aspirants in Dubai

A good inflow of participants ensured that the stalls of the universities were receiving consistent queries

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Gurugram teacher suspended for taping mouths of 4-year-old students to keep them quiet in class

The accused teacher claimed that the students were disturbing the entire class and they sometimes used filthy language

Over 45 teams from different institutes, who have cleared the first phase of the fuel efficiency competition, are participating in the final showdown (Pic: Prajanma Das)

Kitna deti hai? These young inventors have created India's most fuel-efficient cars that give up to 250 kmpl

Welcome to the pacy and super-rad world of the Shell Eco-marathon, the world’s longest-running student competition. Four of the most exciting teams tell us why they love their cars

Reddy loves farming | (Pic: @aSouthIndian)

How this Karimnagar youth is showing young Indians that farming is cool

Narsimha Reddy, who completed his BSc In Computer Science from, decided to engage others as well and started the #AgriculturePhotographyChallenge on Twitter.

Minimum qualification is clearing class XII and the age limit is around 45, but experienced women will add to the quality of service | (Pic: Mo Bus)

Bhubaneshwar's Mo Bus is helping young women hold down a job while getting a college degree

Mo Bus has state-of-the-art facilities like a surveillance camera in the front and rear of the bus of which the Bhubaneswar Operation centre gets a live feed 24x7

One of the rockets made by VSSUT students | (Pic: VSSUT)

Why India should be proud of these Odisha students who are building their own rocket & satellite to monitor Hirakud Dam

Students of VSSUT are building a rocket that will survey Hirakud Dam and have launched India’s first indigenous multipurpose student rocketry mission

According to Google, in Asia-Pacific, journalists and publishers are increasingly grappling with questions over how quality journalism can thrive in the digital age

Google announces 'Journalism AI' project in partnership with Polis, the international journalism think-tank at LSE

Part of the Google News Initiative (GNI), the "Journalism AI" project will focus on research and training for newsrooms on the intersection of AI and journalism

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HRD Ministry sitting on guidelines fixing accountability of management in case of safety violations in schools

The management to be taken over by the state government in case of serious violations or a major crime on campus

There is no KSRTC bus facility available for the people of the remote villages and hill stations of the taluk (Pic: Express)

Karnataka forest guards ferry students to school as elephant rampage rock villages

The parents of students from remote villages, reportedly, have refused to send their children to nearby schools fearing elephant attacks

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SC/ST students will now get funding to study aboard, K'taka govt launches scheme to help them

Under the new scheme, students going abroad for graduation in engineering, basic science, agriculture, medicine, law and other subjects will also get scholarships

Mohamed Al Nuaimi, Managing Director and CEO of Mawarid Finance, inaugurating the fair (Pic: edexlive)

Hunt for hostels, great campuses ends for Dubai diaspora at TNIE's Edu Fair

The second edition of the Indian Education Fair started with Mohamed Al Nuaimi, Managing Director and CEO of Mawarid Finance, inaugurating the fair at the Grand Excelsior Hotel, Deira

Yousafzai is now a student at Oxford University in England (Pic: Facebook/ Malala Fund)

Activist and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai honoured by Harvard University

In 2014, Yousafzai became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of her efforts for children's rights

The school had increased the fee by 25 percent in 2016-2017.

Dwarka's Mount Carmel School de-recognised by Delhi Govt for hiking fees

Keeping the students' interest in mind, the withdrawal of recognition would take effect on April 1, 2019, the order said, adding that no new admissions should be made in the meantime.

Dr V K Saraswat, the Chancellor of JNU also advised the concerned faculty and students against rushing to the media and making 'unfounded statements' (Pic: Edexlive)

JNU Court asks teachers, students not to lie to the media, but fails to address any concerns raised by them

The JNU Court is the supreme statutory body of the university which meets once in a year and the Chancellor of the university presides over this meeting

The officials from the Fire and Emergency Services visited the campus on Thursday to submit a preliminary report regarding the cause of the blast (Pic: Express)

IISc Blast: Police investigate safety loopholes, FIR filed against two professors

The city police, who are investigating the blast in a lab at the Indian Institute of Science, are looking into whether there were any lapses on the part of the Institute

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Kerala government will train street kids, runaways to crack UPSC from June 2019

The Social Justice Department is set to open its first Tejomaya home in Kochi in June 2019. It will be co-managed by its residents

BHS activist Achyuta Rao who visited the college and met the students said they were depressed and suicidal.

Telangana students self-harm after being denied holiday on election day

Though the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has already declared a holiday for all educational institutions as per directions of the Election Commission, the college chose work

Kanu Priya has to appear in front of a bench comprising of Chief Justice Krishan Murari and Justice Arun Palli.

PU President, Kanu Priya to appear in court to defend decision to extend curfew for women

The Student Union had fought relentlessly and successfully to extend their curfew timings but a PIL has been filed against the decision

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If there is a government school within 1km, kids should go there, K'taka makes it compulsory under RTE

The new amendment to the RTE Act allows parents to enroll children in private schools only when there are no government schools within a radius of 1 km

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Here's how every die-hard fan of Manchester United can be a part of #ILOVEUNITED in Chennai

Manchester United goes to Chennai with their popular #ILOVEUNITED an initiative to unite fans from across the world

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Karnataka government to bear the education expenses of girl students in colleges

The scheme, approved by the state cabinet that met here, would come into effect from this academic year

Owing to the lack of rooms, scores of students have to exist and read in a single room.

20 plates for 100 students, hostels without kitchens: The plight of government hostels in Koppal

A considerable number of them function in rented buildings, they lack basic amenities especially drinking water supply and toilets  

His father Dhun Charan Ojha, who wants Dibya to break the national record in the marathon

This 4-year-old from Odisha runs 30 km a day to prepare for marathons

Dibya's mother feeds him half-a-litre of milk with Horlicks, two boiled eggs and 50 gm green grams after his rigorous practice sessions

The copy of the circular dated November 24 was addressed to chairpersons, superintendents and other officers of the university

University of Mysore bans protests, non-academic activities on campus

In an official circular issued by Prof Rajanna, the registrar of the university, over eleven different restrictions or conditions were put on staff and students

As per the university, over 112 gold medals for toppers in various postgraduate courses and also for PhD scholars have been instituted

This year on, Bangalore University to send gold medals directly to respective colleges for convocation

A year ago when several students were awarded cash prize instead of gold medals, they staged a protest against it

Kotturpuram police have registered a case and further investigation is on

Family issues might have led IIT-M assistant professor to commit suicide

Police suspect a family issue could have driven the woman to end her life, however, they are yet to ascertain the actual cause for her suicide

Cylinder blast at Laboratory for Hypersonic and Shock Wave Research In IISC Bengaluru on Wednesday. (Photo |EPS/Nagaraja Gadekal)

IISC Blast: Three students remain critical, confusion over cause continues

The students called the department to inform that they heard a loud blast and also saw fumes coming out of the research laboratory for Hypersonic and Shockwave of Aerospace Department

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No more school holidays for mere drizzles, TN govt tells schools

According to a circular sent to district collectors, schools should be declared holidays only in case of severe weather conditions

Pariplab Chakraborty is currently filming the lives of Malhaars in Jharkhand (Pic: Facebook/Pariplab Chakraborty)

Meet the 22-year-old whose paintings of women at the Kisan Mukti March are compellingly great

Pariplab Chakraborty, a Delhi-based artist and filmmaker wanted to show how women played an important role in the agrarian economy and the recent Kisan Mukti March

Started in 2015, the Snail Mail project was a way to seek inspiration for Sumedha (Pic: Facebook)

Write a 'snail mail' to Sumedha Sah and get an awesome illustration in return

Sumedha Sah is a self-taught illustrator and architect with a master’s degree in Sustainable Architecture. Originally from Nainital, she moved to Mumbai after getting married three years ago

EFLU is celebrating their Diamond Jubilee year | (Pic: Sathya Keerthi)

EFLU at 60: Why this University in Hyderabad is drawing international attention

We talk to VC Prof E Suresh Kumar to find out what they are doing to celebrate this grand occasion 

On the late CM's second death anniversary. her school teacher talks about the ideal student she was

I wish she had the chance to do more: How Jayalalithaa's 95-year-old teacher remembers her

The retired teacher speaks about how her student excelled at pretty much everything in school but always had this respect for her teachers which was quite in contrary with her perceived persona 

While cars, in general, tend to lose physical integrity if the steel parts are corroded, the risk is more in coastal areas

​Your car rusts way faster if you live near the sea, says IIT Bombay study

  The survey says that out of the four major parts inspected, the rocker panel exhibited the highest damage as it is closest to the ground

Harsh and Yazhini at the IT Wiz whichis is an annual competition hosted by TCS

These high-schoolers from Kotagiri almost won TCS IT Wiz. This is their story

Two high-schoolers from the sleepy town of Kotagiri rock the TCS IT Wiz quiz nationals and also bag the runners-up trophy

Flintobox was designed for a child's early development.

This R&D centre uses psychologists to find which learning aids your kids will love 

 Vijay Babu Gandhi a co-founder of Flinto Learning Solutions helps us understand how their recent R&D centre will help children have a say in which toys and learning aids they actually connect with

Aslam Yoosuf is a III year BA Communicative English student in Iqbal College (Pic: Facebook/ Aslam Yoosuf)

Campus Front of India unit secretary resigns condemning attack on SFI student by his own organisation

Aslam Yoosuf announced his resignation through a Facebook post. But the CFI alleges that the SFI members had hacked into Aslam's profile and updated the status

Anand Kumar presenting the degree to a student | Pics: Parul University

Deepa Malik, Anand Kumar felicitate students of Parul University at its second convocation

Parul University is an amalgamation of 34 institutes comprising of 21 faculties housing about 25000 students of which 1200 are from abroad

As we reach the end of 2018, Twitter reflects on the year of national and global significance across topics and regions (Pic: Twitter)

What were the 10 Twitter hashtags that Indians went crazy over in 2018?

Tweets and hashtags connect people across the world during key moments in news, politics, entertainment, music and sport

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From clothing hooks to plug points, here's how to check for spy cams when renting a flat

In a shocking case that recently occurred in Chennai, a man was arrested for allegedly installing hidden cameras inside an apartment that he rented out to seven women at Adambakkam

The students will also sit for a meeting with the founder, Achyuta Samanta, to discuss the November 24 incident

KIIT classes set to resume on Dec 10, a fortnight after riots that rocked the campus

The authorities said that they have taken precautionary measures to ensure that a similar situation does not arise in the future

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Odisha trio arrested for posting intimate photograph of college student on Facebook

The primary accused, Tarun Jal of Dudhel village, is a 25-year-old married man who had developed a romantic relationship with the victim and clicked intimate photographs of her

Only three special teachers are deployed for training visually impaired students in 43 schools across the city

Educational software for visually impaired students lay idle due to lack of devices and teachers' training

Officials said that the software is being updated after the recent change in syllabus and devices will be distributed soon

The MoUs were signed by P Sardar Singh, Registrar, UoH, and Dr SSC Shenoi, Director, INCOIS and another with Dr P Srinivas Rao, CEO, Apollo MedSkills

University of Hyderabad signs MoUs to promote research in healthcare and oceanic sciences

These courses can help students to expand their knowledge base through cross-disciplinary learning from faculty from UoH and on the field

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Puducherry students protest seeking age relaxation for recruitment of police constables

They were protesting against the Puducherry administration which, they said, had failed to consider the order of the Central Administrative Tribunal with respect to age relaxation

The area where the incident took place is known to be dangerous

DU student stabbed by phone snatchers near Naala Bridge. When will the perps be caught? 

Students said that multiple such incidents had taken place in the area before and they are now demanding more safety measures ​

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Interactive course in basic ornithology to commence in Pune from December 10

The course, being conducted by Ela Foundation's Center for Ornithological Study and Research, will be the 15th certificate course in basic ornithology

The Ministry had faced a lot of backlash about including Kashmiri | Pic: Twiiter/HRD Ministry

After one week of flak, HRD Ministry withdraws Kashmiri translations under 'Bhasha Sangam'

The row erupted over the wrong translations of sentences from English to Kashmiri, from Kashmiri to Roman and from Kashmiri to Devanagari

As per the varsity's decision, the management students will be provided with options to choose any one foreign language among those that are going to be introduced (Pic: PTI)

If you sign up for MBA at Bangalore University you will have to learn German, French, and other foreign languages

According to authorities, this foreign language learning will be a part of the compulsory paper on "Employability skills and Language Learning"

Based in Mumbai, WanderTrust, founded in August 2017 by Sanket Somani, will let you wander off the cuff to your heart's content (Pic: Sanket Somani)

This one-of-a-kind Mumbai-based travel company doesn’t reveal your destination until the day of departure

When you travel with WanderTrust, just give them your travel dates, budget, fill out a few forms and state your travel preferences, and you're good to go

The students have been complaining of increasing moral policing on campus

5K for used condoms, 2.5K for egg boilers: Ridiculous fines IIT-M is imposing on students

The notice was displayed outside the hostel and gave details such as the name of the student, the items found, the number of times the offense had taken place and the fine amount

This is the second similar incident in IIT Madras | Pic: Edexlive

Missing IIT Madras student had gone to Kanyakumari to attend a yoga session

The investigation officer said that Rushik Reddy's phone had not been reachable for a long time, which had left his parents worried

Mona was a speaker at the Mission Samridhi summit in Chennai | Pic: Facebook/ Mona Kaurav

Meet Mona Kourav, the youngest PhD scholar-sarpanch of MP, who loves to lead by example  

Mona became a sarpanch in 2015, at just 21, and  is now helping the state with issues of malnutrition

Manga Rani with her students (Pic: R Manga Rani)

Manga Rani from Rajahmundry makes videos for her class so that learning becomes fun and easy

Manga Rani has more than 44,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel. But what she really aspires to learn is animation. So that she can make it catchy and attractive

Guests during one of the talks organised by In Defence of Reason | (Pic: In Defense of Reason)

Their raison d’être: In Defense of Reason is a forum in Hyderabad which organises talks on contemporary topics

In Defense of Reason has around nine core members and together they organise various activities. There are discussion forums, where people get together to discuss various topics

Weavers are not the only ones who benefit from his words. He has written about the hardships of people like Sana Sahu, an old woman who has no one to take care of her (Pic: E Kiran Mohan)

Blogger of Barpali: E Kiran Mohan's posts on The Barpali Days compels readers to help those in need

In December 2016, the Odisha Youth Inspiration Award was bestowed on Mohan by Odisha Diary, who the conducted Odisha Living Legends Award ceremony

Anamika would love to write for Bollywood too someday, as she has already contributed to a script in Hollywood, for a movie called Death by Tights | (Pic: Anamika Mishra)

Author Anamika Mishra tells us about her fangirl moment at the National Children’s Literature Festival

From a blogger, who started an eponymous blog back in 2007, to someone who has written three books, Anamika Mishra has indeed come a long way

The Oppam organisation was formed by the people of the village to recover from the floods

The people of Palathuruth are bringing their dreams back to the shore in the aftermath of the Kerala Floods

This community in Palathuruth is rebuilding the entire village from the ground up following the Kerala floods 

Mamta Joseph's artwork revolves around themes of positivity and hope

This artist from Kochi is illuminating the world with the power of Salt 'n' Light

Mamta Joseph speaks about always finding a way towards her dream and spreading joy through her art

Kartik Sawhney who is currently working with Microsoft Corporations in the US has helped lakhs of students with disabilities achieve their dreams (Pic: Christopher Charles)

From challenging Indian education system to studying at Stanford University, this visually impaired person's story inspires many

We talk to Kartik Sawhney about his journey to Stanford University and how he challenged the Indian education system to change their tradition of exempting blind students from studying Science 

Shayaan is the youngest among the child prodigies who performed for MJ's song 'Heal the World' (Pic: Suril Udeshi)

Meet the youngest child prodigy from Ahmedabad who played tabla for MJ's song 'Heal the World' produced by Maati Baani

This seven-year-old from Ahmedabad has already set himself a goal to become a famous tabla player. He wants to spread peace and love across the globe through his music

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Residential schools for persons with disability from next year across Karnataka

The government is also keen in increasing salary of teachers working at disabled schools and also persons with disability at Gram panchayaths

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Tribal boy in Karur made to clean school toilet, beaten up for breaking a dustpan

After cleaning the toilet, the Class V boy fell down on the slippery floor and broke the dustpan. Shanthi beat the boy with a cane several times

Each team consists of four members and they observe developments in the place like normal people

Mahila Rakshak teams to conduct awareness sessions to students in educational institutions in AP

Majority eve-teasing cases were being reported from Vedayapalem, Haranathapuram, VRC Centre and other areas and the Mahila Rakshak Teams reacted promptly for addressing the difficulties

Some senior students of Sir Sayyad Hall (north) hostel got the wind of the fact that the kitchen cook was using the same oil for preparing 'poori-subzi' in which he had fried the chicken

Panel set up in AMU to look into students' demand of separate kitchens for veg, non-veg food

A controversy kicked up on campus recently when several students with vegetarian food habits opposed the fact that vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes were being cooked in the same kitchen

Akshansh Sharma is now a research associate in JNU | Pic: Facebook/ Akshansh Sharma

This diffabled man couldn't find a job despite having a PhD. This is how he turned it around

Akshansh Gupta, who suffers from Cerebral Palsy is a research associate in JNU. This International Disability Day, we talk to him

This allegation of moral policing on campus is not the first

Moral policing at IIT-M: Students say that vigilance officers bursting into rooms is common  ​

The Student Union is siding with the management and has said that the checks cannot be called "harassment" as they are authorised visits

Dr Sen has published nearly 70 research papers in prestigious international journals and filed 7 patents

IIT Madras professor researching on microfluid phenomena chosen for 'Swarnajayanti Fellowship' 

Sen has been a faculty member since 2010, he has secured more than USD 1 Million of research funding from various agencies to establish a Microfluidics Research Facility

Paula Mariester, a model featured in disabled beauties | Pic: Instagram/ Disabled Beauties

Disability Day: 5 Instagram accounts of diffabled peeps you need to follow!

This International Day of Persons with Disability, we pick five Instagrammers for you who are beating their disability with their posts

The students claim that a lot of fee hikes have happened under the present regime

Now, certificates and mark sheets to cost double at JNU. JNUSU says they weren't consulted ​

The fee structure is supposed to be discussed at the Academic meeting in the presence of the Student Union but they claim they were never called for the meeting

Riva flew down to India last week and distributed about a one-year stock of sanitary pads | Pic: Facebook/ Niranjan Davkhare

Inspired by Akshay Kumar's Padman, this Indian teen from Dubai donated sanitary pads to 250 girls

Riva had discussed the idea with Konkan Graduate's MLC Niranjan Davkhare when he visited Duabi and he had encouraged her to take it forward

Hostel rules state that girl students are permitted to visit male college mates in their rooms only for academic purposes

Raids and random fines: Are students of IIT Madras being moral policed?​

The hostel residents, both men and women, allege that officers barge into rooms, insult and click pictures without consent and their behaviour violates the students' right to privacy and dignity

The research will focus on the areas of protected cropping and related aspects of horticulture and agriculture, as well as collaborative teaching and learning (Pic: PTI)

Australian university to help Indian farmers double their income by 2022

Australia's WSU has forged a partnership with the Indian Council of Agricultural Research and 13 state agricultural universities as part of a new initiative designed to combat global food issues

One of the main reasons delaying the introduction of online mode of examinations is lack of technical knowledge among rural students

Arrangements on to make Common Entrance Test go online from 2019

The submission of applications was made online from CET 2015 while the seat selection and allotment, payment of fee went online from CET 2017

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Increasing number of young Indian girls falling prey to eating disorders

The obsession with size zero and a lithe body affects girls as they grow up.  The 'slim is beauty' concept is gaining momentum in the state through films and other social mediums

An aerial view of Marina beach stretch (Photo | Jawahar)

Marina Beach opens up for people with disabilities on Int'l Disability Day

The Chennai Corporation has started installing the temporary ramp and has assured that it will be ready by Sunday night

Professor in Cybercrime, Cyberwar and Cyberterror at the School of Computer Science and Engineering at UNSW, Richard Buckland spoke about cyber (Pic: Nakshatra Krishnamoorthy)

Not enough people understand cyberspace: UNSW's cyber expert Richard Buckland

Smart, knowledgeable and witty, UNSW's Richard Buckland tells us how cyberwar, called the fifth domain of war could be looming on us and why who we are on social media could shape the world

The University has already set up an action plan to promote research activities

Gangadhar Meher University sets up special cell to promote research activities

The students of the University are expected to benefit with the increasing research activities

A total of 693 graduates received their degree certificates

KCG College of Technology celebrates 15th graduation day

The 15th Graduation Day of KCG College of Technology was celebrated on 5 August 2017

The inaugural session of the conference

GITAM played host to a conference based on Towards Risk-Based Solvency

The conference, sponsored by ICICI Prudential, had eminent speakers speaking on the topic

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