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Students in Puducherry greeted with balloons, sweets after they return to school after nine months

All schools in the Union Territory have been reopened from Monday while adhering to the government's announcement that classes will only be open from 10 am to 1 pm

Published on 4th January 2021
BCU

Degree colleges may see a resumption in a fortnight; some already begin for non-final year students

Higher Education Minister C N Ashwath Narayan is likely to announce the resumption of offline classes for all non-final year degree students by January 15

Published on 4th January 2021
UoH

HC sets aside appointment of junior faculty as UoH's head of Center for Women's Studies

Following the order by the HC, the University's Teachers' Association demanded the appointment of senior professor K Suneetha Rani

Published on 4th January 2021
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PM Modi lays foundation stone for IIM-Sambalpur, urges students to give 'Brand India' a new identity

The Prime Minister asked students to work on local products holding great potential and asked them to work on better management of abundant minerals and other resources

Published on 2nd January 2021
Edtech

The future of EdTech: What will the sector look like in 2021?

What we know for sure is that EdTech is here to stay. In a post-COVID India, we will see an overall increase in the acceptance of technology in learning

Published on 2nd January 2021
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After a gap of 9 months, schools reopen in Kerala partially 

As part of the government's instructions, classes for 10th and 12th standards began in schools across the southern state with limited hours and restricted number of students

Published on 2nd January 2021
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Parents of UoH scholar who allegedly died due to ‘medical negligence’ demand admin conduct investigation

The scholar’s father, Ramavadh has written to the Vice Chancellor with a list of demands which includes a reimbursement of all the medical expenses incurred during Bharati’s treatment

Published on 1st January 2021
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IIT Madras allows reopening of hostels, online food orders from Jan 1 after students' repeated complaints

Earlier students had complained that they were not informed by the administration when the quarantine will be over as some had been on campus for over 30 days

Published on 1st January 2021
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After gap of 9 months, schools reopen in Kerala partially with strict COVID-19 protocols in place

All these months, students were attending online classes through the Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education's (KITE)- Victers channel

Published on 1st January 2021
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IIT Madras says that worms, insects in food served to students traced to vegetable cooked that day

IIT Madras has also stated that there is nothing much that could be done about lifting quarantine as it has to be decided by the Greater Chennai Corporation

Published on 31st December 2020
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lay foundation stone of IIM Sambalpur's new campus of January 2

The work on the campus will be completed on April 2022 and will be a fully equipped state-of-art structure with energy efficient green features as per the GRIHA's standards

Published on 31st December 2020
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He was everyone's anna: MCC mourns passing of Botany professor and HOD Abraham Immanuel Ebenezer

Abraham joined MCC as an undergraduate student of the Botany Department in 1980 and went on to complete his MSc from the same campus in 1985

Published on 31st December 2020
IITM

After IITM students protest against worms in food, admin promises better food from New Year's Eve

Earlier, students had already alleged that the institute's decision to run a single mess was the root cause of the sudden rise in COVID-19 cases

Published on 31st December 2020
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Cockroaches and traces of hair in mess food, never-ending quarantine: IIT-M students' gripes continue after COVID spurt contained

Several students at IIT Madras have alleged that the food being served to them is not of adequate quality, while some have even gone on to say that they found insects in the packed food

Published on 30th December 2020
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How the NCBC intervention in UoH admissions could set a important precedent in Indian education

In its investigation, the NCBC found that some students had gotten the highest marks in their entrance exams but had not been called for the interview or had been rendered ‘unsuitable’ for the seat

Published on 30th December 2020

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