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Here's what the UGC's amendment to the international collaboration regulations will mean for Indian students looking to study abroad

The regulations have also removed approval procedures for "entitled institutions" that fulfil certain criteria. Will internationalise education for Indian students, says UGC Chairman

Published on 19th April 2022
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Private schools do not ensure better mental well-being, finds recent study published in Cambridge Journal of Education

A research carried out to study the mental well-being and satisfaction of youth finds that there is no link between studying happiness and studying in private schools

 

Published on 16th April 2022
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A 12-year-old's dream to study in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya comes true, thanks to Kerala HC 

Rahul was a student of Class V in Vidyanikethan Public School situated in Payyoli municipality. He submitted an application for consideration as a student hailing from a rural area

Published on 15th April 2022
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Four in ten students in Kasaragod have allergic diseases, finds a study conducted in 20 schools

The findings were published in peer-reviewed Clinical Epidemiology and Global Health, the official journal of the Indian Clinical Epidemiology Network

Published on 11th April 2022
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West Bengal contemplates state education policy; forms committee to study NEP

Earlier this week, Tamil Nadu had also formed a panel to formulate a state education policy, in line with its vehement opposition to the centralised NEP

Published on 8th April 2022
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Maharashtra govt launches free-of-cost online study module for Ukraine-returned medical students

The duration of this module is three months and it has been designed specifically for those Indian students who have returned from Ukraine 

 

Published on 8th April 2022
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Geography students in Kerala schools to study climate change at new weather stations. Here's why this is special

The state claims that it is the first in the country to introduce such a measure. The goal is to study climate activities at a micro-level and aid forecasters with data and accuracy

Published on 7th April 2022
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Soon, students studying in Delhi government schools will have the chance to learn German

This is being made possible due to an agreement that was signed between the Delhi Board of School Education (DBSE) and the Goethe Institute 

 

Published on 6th April 2022
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More Kashmiris might prefer to study in the valley: Why Mehboob Makhdoomi is determined to start Uni4Kashmir 

A Harvard alumnus, academic Mehboob Makhddomi had been crowdfunding for an International standard university in Kashmir

Published on 22nd August 2019
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MEA asks Beijing to adopt 'congenial stance' when it comes to Indian students studying in Chinese varsities

MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said there is no information on whether Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi will be visiting India later this month   

Published on 18th March 2022
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Exorbitant fees in Indian private colleges forcing students to study medicine abroad: CPI(M)

The father of Naveen Shekharappa, an Indian student who died in shelling in Ukraine on Tuesday, had said that his son travelled to that country because medical education there was less expensive

Published on 2nd March 2022
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Neem tree extract may help treat, stop spread of COVID-19, says IISER study

The Neem tree, indigenous to India, has been used for thousands of years for its anti-parasitic, anti-bacterial and antiviral properties

Published on 1st March 2022
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Studying in Vijayawada? You can now renew bus passes online. Here's how

A unique reference will flash on the screen which the students should produce at the bus pass counter

Published on 1st March 2022
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Lower fees make Ukraine a hotspot for Indian medical students

Majority of the 18,000 students stranded in Ukraine are pursuing medical courses

Published on 28th February 2022
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Over 1.9 million Indian kids lost their parents to COVID, finds Lancet study

Future pandemic responses should include surveillance systems to monitor the numbers of children affected for every parental and caregiver death, the researchers said

Published on 25th February 2022

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