The CEO trio studied in different grades in the same school during the same time (pic: wikipedia)

Here's all you must know about Hyderabad Public School, where the CEOs of Microsoft, Adobe and Mastercard Studied

Satya Nadella, the CEO of Microsoft has also talked elaborately about the school in his book Hit Refresh

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Check out the best tricks on the block to ace GATE 2019

Try this C4 technique while preparing for the GATE 2019. A robust and intelligent preparation is the key to success

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JEE Main 2019: This is the dress code that you have to follow

As the exams are nearing, we bring you the dos and don't while dressing up to write the JEE 2019. Read to find out more

The details regarding the documents to be uploaded will be made available in the Commission’s website (Pic: File Photo)

Tamil Nadu Combined Civil Services prelim results are out, Mains to be held on Feb 23

Those who have cleared the examination are admitted provisionally to the Main Written Examination and have to pay an examination fee of Rs 150

The decision to start the hunger strike was taken at a meeting called since the administration did not establish contact with the students. (Pic: Bibin Sam Thomas)

More than 100 academicians stand in support of fasting students of TISS Hyd

A statement released in support of the TISS students appealed to the administration to reverse its decision. It was signed by academicians across the globe.

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Five TN school girls attempt suicide after they find inappropriate messages on the wall with their names

The five female students were found unconscious in the school premises on Monday and were immediately rushed to Kallakurichi Government Hospital

TechEagle will help Zomato carve a path toward drone-based food delivery in India (Pic: TechEagle)

This IIT-K alum's drone start-up is looking to air-drop your Zomato deliveries soon

TechEagle was founded in 2015 by Vikram Singh, an alumnus of IIT-Kanpur and his four friends, and the team has developed the flying device or drone, which is equipped with GPS tracking

An environment that was always male dominant has been overturned with the election of PU's first woman President

How Panjab University President Kanu Priya successfully ran a historic campaign to end curfew on campus

Panjab University's first female President has managed her first big victory — curbing the  curfew imposed in women's hostels

The admit cards will be available on jeemain.nic.in (pic: agalsemadmission)

Attention engineering aspirants: JEE Main 2019 admit cards will be up online soon

The examination will be held in two phases — from January 6 to 20, 2019 and in April 2019 respectively

They have about 300 programmes | (Pic: Wikipedia)

Manipal Academy of Higher Education believes in updating their curriculum constantly to make students future-ready

Manipal Academy of Higher Education participated in TNIE's Indian Education Fair in Dubai 

Sanjana feels that she has been lucky to have a very strong support system in my parents, coaches and friends | (Pic: NAU)

Bengaluru-based basketball player Sanjana Ramesh has bagged a prestigious scholarship and is headed to the US

When it comes to social media, she very active on Instagram. “Maybe I spend a bit more time on it than I should,” she says

The collapsed wall

2 children dead after school wall collapses in Noida, 3 students hospitalised

The incident took place around 10 am at a private primary school in Salarpur village under Sector 49 police station limits

Austen was born in Steventon, United Kingdom (Pic: biography.com)

This Hyderabadi Jane Austen admirer set up a society exclusively for fans to discuss the author's works

Soumya Guntoor started the society, which also has a Facebook page, to create a forum where Austen fans can get together and discuss and dissect Austen

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Do New Year resolutions deliver? Here are some of the best examples of resolutions people make every year

New Year and resolutions go together. We look at shedding our dirty baggage and hugging elusive virtues

Ashoka University has been facing backlash for teaching an anti-Brahmin book as a part of their 'Great books' course [Pic: Facebook]

Teach history not hate speech: Ashoka University criticised for teaching 'anti-Hindu' book

The screenshots in Gautier's post were put up to show panels referring to 8th-century Indian theologian Adi Sankara as a "devious brahman scholar"

Searches for 'justice' throughout the year, when compared to 2017, were up 74 percent on the site

'Justice' is Merriam-Webster's word of the year, 'toxic' and 'misinformation' also on list

The word follows "toxic," picked by Oxford Dictionaries, and "misinformation," plucked by Dictonary.com

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Here's how something as small as a pencil can change your life

People are willing to fund your dream if it has the right social cause. If you can effectively communicate your vision and also, if it resonates with them, they are willing to part with their money

Rohith Vemula's mother Radhika Vemula and brother Raja with the students at the Hyderabad campus. (Pic: Krishnannath C)

Rohith Vemula's family stands with TISS students as they start a hunger strike

An emergency meeting was called on December 15 and the students decided to go on an indefinite hunger strike till their demands are met or the management is ready for some negotiation

The Students' Biennale is an exhibitory platform for students which was established in 2014 (Pics: Salam Olattayil)

Kochi Biennale: Why you need to check out these amazing student art installations

The Students' Biennale aims to alter the way in which art education programmes work

Apart from making 16 restaurants accessible, talks and training sessions have been provided to the staff at the eateries

#RampMyCity: A Bengaluru initiative to make restaurants more accessible to differently-abled

In an effort to bridge the gap between high-end restaurants that claim to be accessible and the differently-abled community that cannot access it, a Christmas Lunch is being organised

30 percent of young people could be victimised in one way or another by their peers

Bullying can lead to physical structural changes in the brains of adolscents, study finds

The research was led by Erin Burke Quinlan of King's College London, UK and is the first to show that chronic peer victimisation during adolescence impacts mental health

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App at 9, a software company at 13. Meet Dubai-based Indian, Aadithyan Rajesh

Aadithyan Rajesh, a student from Kerala, was only nine years old when he developed his first mobile application

The festival will bring together Dalit Bahujan Adivasi communities and other marginalised artists and performers

Bahujan Art Festival: TISS students invite marginalised artists to showcase their art, culture and food 

In many mainstream art festivals, marginalised artists seldom find a space and when they do it is mostly a token seat, which is why this festival is important to the dalit movement to reclaim their ar

The decision was taken at a meeting called since the administration did not establish contact with the students. (Pic: Bibin Sam Thomas)

TISS Hyderabad students to go on indefinite hunger strike from Dec 17

The students alleged that throughout the day there was no attempt from the administration to reach out to the students. Mails were sent to both the Mumbai and Hyderabad administration demanding an imm

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JNU faculty finds ICC's handling of sexual harassment case outrageous, unlawful

The statement was signed by 39 JNU professors, including a few members of the JNUTA. The ICC had previously called the complaint frivolous 

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MCC student Mahima's death proves that we haven't learnt from a similar incident in Pondy in 2016

A 17-year-old student had collapsed during a race and died instantly, prompting the call for mandatory medical personnel during sporting events. Who's listening?

Ahead of her inter-collegiate racing championship, we caught with Alisha on life, racing, renegade biking and how she plans to make Chennai's streets racer-free soon (Pic: Alisha)

How Alisha Abdullah is going to stop people from racing illegally on Chennai's streets

The popular racer tells us that her inter-college racing event is a start of a bigger plan that she has to make racers out of speed demons 

Nagaratna Sunil Ramagouda talking to the factory employees to create awareness about HIV

This HIV positive lady from Belgaum is helping many girls like her. Read her story about how she fought back the disease and discriminations in the society

This HIV positive woman from Belgaum is no less than a hero to others like her. So far, she's taken 11 HIV positive girls under her wing and aims to create facilities for thousands more

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The language of elections: Here's what phrases like tactical voting, to maintain surge mean

It is important for learners of English to be familiar with poll-related words, phrases, and collocations. Here are some of them: to go to polls, to cast vote, a hung assembly, to form a coalition

As a part of the STEM scholarships, girls could study in any of the 43 universities across the UK

London calling: Meet two among the 104 women who were awarded British Council’s STEM scholarships to study in the UK

These STEM Scholarships were given away to young girls as a part of the British Council’s celebration of 70 years in India

Babu Sager in his farm in Manali (Pic: Facebook/Babu Sager)

Meet this doctor-turned-farmer who is all set to take part in a polar adventure

Babu Sager's application in the Fjällräven Polar has the maximum number of votes until now. We catch up with this traveller

At 107, Mastanamma was the world's oldest YouTuber (pic: YouTube/Country Foods)

Country foods will now feature, Bharathi who is Mastanamma's 100-year-old sister

Two weeks after the death of Mastanamma, the world's oldest YouTuber, we talk to Srinath Reddy, who runs the channel

Gaysi organises events where LGBTQIA individuals can share their stories

How Gaysi Family changed queer representation in India by creating a safe space for LGBTQIA stories

The founder of the Gaysi Family talks about the importance of queer representation and how it has evolved over the years

The screenshot of the email (pic:Facebook/ N Sai Balaji)

Did JNU just cancel an online research product due to a lack of fund?

The screenshot of an email sent by an assistant librarian suggests that the library faces a paucity of funds. The financial officer denied a fund cut a few weeks back

The decision was met with serious backlash (pic: Facebook/Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle)

IIT-M blames caterer after outrage over separate veg, non-veg entrances to mess halls  

After an outrage over the issue which was termed discriminatory and classist, the institute now says that it has removed the signs
 

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GATE 2019: Find out if your application is accepted or rejected here

As the GATE exams are less than two months away, the Indian Institute of Technology Madras has released the list of applications that are accepted 

N Sai Balaji, President, JNUSU, speaking to the students on Thursday in front of the library (Pic: N Sai Balaji)

Why JNU's idea of stopping 7000 students from carrying their own books into the library is laughable 

The JNUSU has been protesting for a month now over the library budget cut and banning outside books. We explore the comedy of the situation
 

The SFI central executive committee, BASO, SFI Jamia Milia Islamia, have released solidarity statements. (Pic: Bibin Sam Thomas)

TISS protest intensifies after talks break down

The committee, allegedly, asked the students to cooperate and think of the greater good as they dismissed any chance of reversing the decision

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In her complaint, Muthu said that the professor had issued her a memo that warned her of action (Pic: TNIE)

MKU prof questioned for harassment, accepting money from student for issuing pre-dated PhD registration order

After a series of warnings and harassments from the professor for a year, the girl student filed a complaint against Professor Karnamaharajan for emotional harassment

The university has fixed January 5 as the last date for submitting the application for existing colleges (Pic: TNIE)

Now, colleges who want to get Anna University affiliation can just use an app

Anna University is moving to e-governance and has introduced a web application for processing affiliation applications and has already begun the process

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70 unemployed youth in Vijayawada slash wrists in protest, demand filling of veterinary assistant posts

AP Veterinary Polytechnic Unemployed Union members Shankar Pinnanti, Ravikiran, Sumati, Anusham Mayuri also climbed the top of the tank along with the blades, syringes, and kerosene bottles

The third-semester students of M Com now belong to the BCU campus at Central College premises (Pic: TNIE)

Due to clashes between two senior profs, MCom students at Bengaluru Central University had no classes

Over 1500 students had been failed due to the fight last semester, now they are concerned as they have to appear for exams in 20 days

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Jharkhand schools now need parents' nod to merge a primary school beyond 1 km

According to Principal Secretary of School Education and Literacy Department AP Singh, primary schools will be merged only if parents and the school managing committee are willing

Mahima collapsed and died on Monday evening (Pic: Facebook/Dinesh Sdk Kumar

The parents accepted the Lord's decision: MCC issues statement on student's death after 72 hours 

Students of the college had protested vociferously after a student collapsed and died during a sports programme on the campus. 72 hours later, the college finally decided to speak up 

is an online multilayer game where players battle against each other (Pic: pubg.com)

Memes, betting jokes do the rounds after VIT hostel 'strictly' bans PUBG

The warden of the University in Vellore has written to most of the students and told them to concentrate on outdoor sports instead. Clearly, this hasn't really gone down too well

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Does an overturned sexual harassment complaint give JNU the right to have the student treated like a criminal?  

The JNU PhD Scholar who had previously filed a sexual harassment case against her guide is now facing the threat of having her degree withdrawn

The song speaks about several environmental issues that have plagued the state of Tamil Nadu (Pic: Banao Creatives)

Dance of Democracy: Why this anti-Sterlite song could serve as a wake-up call for every Tamil youth

The collective Justice Rocks along with musician Kaber Vasuki and Nityanand Jayaraman commented on the plight of democracy in the state of Tamil Nadu and the clamping down on dissent through the song

After completing an engineering and a law degree, Sanket had joined TISS for a Masters in Organisational Development, Change and Leadership

TISS student commits suicide, blames #MeToo tainted Prof for making him depressed 

The professor was also mentioned in one of the #metoo campaign statuses and the parents of the deceased had also complained about the professor previously

Prof Giri, in his research suggests that it is possible to prevent the capsid folding of the zika virus

IIT-Mandi professor finds innovative method to combat Zika virus

Professor Rajanish Giri recently won the Innovative Young Biotechnologist Award for discovering how to prevent zika virus capsid folding

The men who pulled down the statue have only said that they were following orders

Ghana University pulls down 'racist' Gandhi statue donated by Pranab Mukherjee

The government has said that it will look into the matter even though it was currently an "internal matter" of the University

DJS racing team includes 110 members from different departments and batches (PIC: djs-racing.com)

This Mumbai college is obsessed about their Formula Racing team. Here's why

Atharva Sankhe, captain of the DJS Racing team tells us about what goes into manufacturing their student racing cars and why they're now going electric

The master plan was to be prepared by the teachers at the beginning of the academic curriculum and each programme mentioned in the master plan must help the student in learning

Kerala schools can now come up with ideas to enhance learning under edu dept's 'Sargavidyalayam' project

A project of the state education department, 'Creative School' aims at identifying the innovative techniques and method adopted by each school in the state to improve the academic experience

The festival will have interesting sessions on wildlife, including one by renowned wildlife photographer, filmmaker and conservationist Kalyan Varma

Make sure to get your binoculars ready for Kakinada's Coringa Bird Festival, the first of its kind

The event will be inaugurated by Environment and Forest Minister Sidda Raghava Rao on Friday.

The regulation mandates higher education institutions to publish and upload on its website, the prospectus, at least 60 days before commencement of admission process  (Pic: File Photo)

UGC tells every college to start online complaint board where students can register issues with reservation, capitation

The regulation also envisages forming of four committees to redress the student's grievance, department, institutional, college and university levels

The band says listening to them sing feels like a storytelling experience

The SAM Collective, Swarnabhoomi's new band, will give you a storytelling experience

The initiative is also a means to provide additional exposure and experience to the students

The council found that the Government engineering colleges in the state have been found to be not up to the mark (Pic: aicte-india.org)

AICTE warns Karnataka government engineering colleges over facilities, tells them to trim admissions

As per information available with AICTE, Wednesday was the last date for colleges to file their appeals online, before AICTE

Generally not known to criticise the working of the management, the letter comes as a shot in the arm for students  (Pic: The News Minute)

Make Sports For All an elective again: MCC's College Union's letter takes bold stand after student's death

The Student Body has asked the Principal to make sure no student is forced to take part in sports again and make a statement to that effect

A corporator with children at the Grama Sabha (pic:newindianexpress.com)

Karnataka Gram Panchayats that are not conducting children's meet to face action

In November, RDPR had issued a circular to officials of respective panchayats directing them to conduct Gram Sabhas for children on any one day of the month to discuss children's issues

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This Tirupati University held a film festival to make its students aware of environmental issues

The film festival Paryavarana held at Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam began on Wednesday and saw a participation of 900 students

For three to four months, the programme was in test-running mode

The first Malayalam on-campus media application is all set to change the way journalism is taught

The MAMOC Media app brings the newsroom to the mass communication classroom. We find out how the art of news can be taught

The results have made the congress very happy, the BSP has also lent their support

Rajasthan Election Results 2018: 1 in 3 elected MLAs have never been to college

Most of the PhD holders this time are from the Congress party, but there are a few fifth and eight standard dropouts too. Who is the most educated MLA in Rajasthan?

The panel discussed 'The future beyond tomorrow' and the session was moderated by Malti Lakhani from Entrepreneur Cafe | (Pic: Great Lakes Institute of Management)

Meet India's youngest entrepreneurs whose ideas will be game-changers in the future

How young do you need to be to have a start-up? Turns out, the answer to that question can bring some pretty low numbers. We catch up with some of the youngest entrepreneurs on the block

Jaivardhan Singh, son of Digvijay Singh, is a graduate of the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University  (Pic: PTI)

Madhya Pradesh Election Results 2018: There's a Columbia alum in the house with 60 pc graduates

The state will have 19 B Com, 33 BA, 37 B Sc, 7 B Tech, 5 MBBS and 33 LLB graduates and many of them hold two degrees

Going for the win

How these Chennai high-schoolers beat the best at Yale

 Junior World Scholar Adam Libby talks about his team's life-transforming experience of winning the World Scholar's Cup at Yale University

Anita Kishore will make you love math

National Mathematics Day: BYJU'S strategy queen tells us how she's a Math teacher at her core

Anita Kishore tells us why mathematics is not a subject that should be feared, but one that everyone should embrace as second nature

The Assembly election results in Chhattisgarh this year came as a major setback for the Bharatiya Janata Party that was in power in the state for the past 15 years (Pic: TNIE)

Chhattisgarh Election Results 2018: 3 out of 4 MLAs have UG, PG degrees in the new cabinet

Of Chhattisgarh's 90 MLAs, 61 of them have completed their college degrees and some have also done their masters. Also, the assembly has 10 lawyers, 5 engineers, and 7 doctors

K C Rao will take oath as the CM on Thursday (Pic:  R Satish Babu)

Telangana Election Results 2018: 60 per cent of the newly-elected MLAs have been to college

Of Telangana's 119 MLAs, 70 of them have been to college, while 24 of them have passed class XII. Also, the assembly has 2 PhDs 

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Maradu Municipality provides free breakfast to school students in its limit

Currently, the free breakfast will be provided at Mangayi Government School in Maradu and JP School in Kundanoor

The blast occured almost a week back (Pic: newindianexpress.com)

Manoj Kumar, who died in the IISc blast was setting up a cylinder, says a blast survivor

While the injured engineer trio is on the road to recovery, the investigating officers record statements of the survivors

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

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