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Karnataka Govt School

B'luru govt school teachers hold night classes, wake up students early morning to train them for SSLC exams

In Bengaluru, the teachers are conducting extra classes until late in the evening and also early in the morning before regular school hours

Published on 13th March 2019
teracotta

This Hyderabad girl is teaching participants how to make terracotta jewellery, decoupage through her workshops

Neha starts her workshop with some yoga which goes on for about 20 minutes, which is then followed by craft work

Published on 9th March 2019
Nagaland University

Why Nagaland's Central University will be the worst hit by the 13-point roster system 

With a Scheduled Tribe population close to 90 per cent, the new roster will hit future teaching appointments in the state particularly hard

Published on 6th March 2019
IIT Mandi

IIT Mandi researchers produce jute and kenaf fibre-reinforced environmentally benign plastics through microwave energy

The Fibre-reinforced composite materials are ubiquitous today and are used in applications ranging from aerospace systems to automotive, industrial, and consumer products

Published on 5th March 2019
spider silk

Spider silk, one of the strongest materials in the world could soon be used as robotic muscle: Study 

Spider silk is already known for its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, its flexibility, and its toughness, or resilience

Published on 3rd March 2019
Deemed-to-be-University

20 years of existence a must for institutes aiming for 'deemed-to-be-university' tag: UGC

The ratio of teacher-student shall not be less than 1:20 with a strength of not less than 100 teachers and a minimum of 2,000 students

Published on 26th February 2019
Private school teachers protest in Hyderabad

Students will come to school for 'hot, delicious' breakfast: TN Governor launches breakfast scheme at State schools

Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit said that the state has always been in the forefront of social welfare initiatives and hoped that the scheme would acquire nation-wide stature

Published on 26th February 2019
Women Hostellers protest , Trivandrum

How the women hostellers in the College of Engineering, Trivandrum fought to get their curfew extended

The student representatives and the members of the group Azadi of CET have been fighting for this relaxation for months now

Published on 22nd February 2019
Parul University

Gujarat-based Parul University to offer courses for South African civil service students to enhance higher education

The admission procedures will be expected to commence in the coming season, with the civil servants studying the various undergraduate and postgraduate programs of the Parul University

Published on 20th February 2019
Dinesh Singh, Chancellor, KR Mangalam University

Bureaucrats and politicians are obsessed with controlling our education system: Dinesh Singh

Former Delhi University VC Dinesh Singh opens up about the challenges surrounding the education system and how introspection can take us forward

Published on 20th February 2019
Public Exam

Govt bans private school teachers from public exam duty fearing potential question paper leaks

The Directorate of Government Examinations has decided to install CCTV cameras in a few examination centres as a pilot project in the district of Erode, Kanchipuram, etc

Published on 19th February 2019
ThinkEdu Conclave

An education policy is not enough, what we need is an action plan

Values such as sustainable development, sensitivity to society, dignity of labour and constant need for innovation should be integral to any education policy

Published on 14th February 2019
Anbumani Ramadoss

ThinkEdu: Integration of humanities, medicine and tech courses is the way forward

Kant claimed that the UGC regulations which came out in 2018 allow for more autonomous institutions to come up, but called for freeing regulations on the hiring of faculty

Published on 13th February 2019
Anbumani Ramadoss

ThinkEdu Conclave: India needs to concentrate on Agriculture to become Incredible

Anbumani Ramadoss blamed the government's calculation of the minimum support price and production costs for farmer woes.

Published on 13th February 2019
Ammi Najeeb JNU

'I feel happy to hear the whole country call me Ammi, just the way my Najeeb did'

Fatima Nafis has been fighting to find her son Najeeb Ahmed, who disappeared from JNU more than two years back. She shares her journey with us

Published on 12th February 2019

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