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Indian embassy opens hotline for 129 students detained by US authorities for involvement in fake university case

As many as 129 Indians are among the 130 foreign students arrested for enroling at a fake university allegedly to remain in the US

Published on 2nd February 2019
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He hated inactive politicians when he was a boy: What George Fernandes meant to Mangalore's St Aloysius College

Fernandes, who passed away on January 29, quit St Aloysius College after his SSLC, but he never forgot his alma mater. He went on to become one of the most charismatic and rebellious leaders of India

Published on 29th January 2019
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US, UK, Australia top education destinations for parents in India: Report

Indian parents want to send their wards abroad for work or education, but are concerned about the financial aspects

Published on 25th January 2019
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JGU Vice-Chancellor speaks at the 2019 World Economic Forum in Davos 

The speech addressed key issues in higher education, the impedance of research and knowledge creation, internationalisation and collaboration among universities 

Published on 23rd January 2019
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49 Indian colleges in Times top universities list. IISc rated best at #14

China remains the most represented nation in the annual 2019 listing, claiming four of the table's top five positions

Published on 16th January 2019
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Don't bury your failures under sedition charge: JNU's Umar, Anirban on charge sheet in Anti-National issue

The group of JNU students who were accused of being Anti-National have been charge sheeted for sedition — after a three-year delay

Published on 14th January 2019
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What's inside the time capsule that Nobel laureates buried during Indian Science Congress 2019?

The Time Capsule contains 100 different items that represent a cross-section of technology in today's India like laptops, smartphones, a drone, VR glasses and much more

Published on 4th January 2019
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Tirupur schoolboy builds drone to perform cloud seeding for artificial rainfall

The class XI boy was recently in Bhubaneswar to attend the National Children Science Congress (NCSC) in which he secured B+ grade for his drone project

Published on 2nd January 2019
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This planetarium on wheels is bringing space down to Earth for South India's rural kids

A planetarium on wheels — that's not something you hear too often, is it? We talk to the team behind this initiative that's bringing space down to Earth for South India's rural kids 

Published on 27th December 2018
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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

Published on 4th December 2018
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Subhas Yadav from UoH opines on the state of the Spanish language in the Indian education system

He has taught Spanish at Sreenidhi International School, Indus International School and Sancta Maria International School in Hyderabad

Published on 23rd November 2018
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Indian students engage more in extra classes, co-curricular activities than peers: Cambridge study 

The survey, conducted with almost 20,000 teachers and students around the world, including 4,400 teachers and 3,800 students across India, gives insight into what life is like in schools

Published on 22nd November 2018
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Through USA's Community College initiative, Indian students can now do short courses

We talk to girls from the recent batch about their experience and what they did while in the US

Published on 18th November 2018
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Why more Indians are overcoming a decade's worth of safety worries to study in Australia

The steep rise of the USD, the Trump administration's immigration climate and a sustained, sensible response to the violence against Indian students have made parents look favourably at Australia

Published on 15th November 2018
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#HikeResearchFellowship: Why it doesn't pay to be a research scholar in India

India's much-touted youth are great when it comes to IT, engineering and so much more. But our researchers are still under-funded and face a societal stigma that runs deep. This is why

Published on 7th November 2018

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