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Welcome to Tamil Naadu: Why English teachers are cringing at government's 'plagiarised' textbook for all our college students
While the members of the teaching faculty are annoyed by the errors and the plagiarism, what they say is worrying them more is that the book is being made mandatory for colleges across the state
The nationwide lockdown induced by COVID-19 in March prompted schools and colleges to move to the virtual world for teaching and learning activities
India has a worse underemployment problem than unemployment: Do India's youth need to be Aatmanirbhar to find the right job?
The unemployment data, at present, does not capture much but the level of unemployment. It does not measure whether the individual is employed for doing a job that matches his skill set the best
ECO Talk: This organisation in Bhubaneswar gives their all to rescue as many helpless animals as they can
The co-founders of the group are Amit Das, Kalinga Keshari Jena and Swarup Fullonton. They accumulate funds on their own and have a few dedicated donors as well. Check out their cool story
Students wanted 'pariksha pe charcha', got 'khilona pe charcha': Rahul Gandhi on latest Mann ki Baat
Speaking during his monthly programme ''Mann ki Baat'', the Prime Minister said toys were ''very important for the development of children''
IIT Kharagpur’s LGBTQ+ Resource Group organises workshop to fight sexual harassment in college campus
Ambar, a Gender and Sexual Diversity support group for the LGBTQ+ community of IIT Kharagpur organised the workshop with Jhatkaa.org
The leaders, including NSUI's Goa unit chief Ahraz Mulla, Prasenjeet Dhage and Naushad Chawdhari, also demanded that college fees be waived by 60 per cent in view of the COVID-19 situation
Schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutions were ordered to close since the first cases of COVID-19 appeared in March
The State Government has also urged the Central Government to postpone the NEET and JEE 2020 examinations, slated for September.
The NEP wants to end the fragmentation of higher education by transforming HEIs into large multidisciplinary universities, college and HEI clusters. What will this do to small colleges?
The Congress leader highlighted that it is not safe for students to travel at a time when the pandemic is raging and that the central government should have been sensitive about the issue
The UK government is not recommending face coverings are necessary for areas not under lockdown, schools will have the discretion to require face coverings in communal areas
The campaign, called 'Healthy Body, Healthy Mind', will see a new video on the channel every Wednesday for students to practice throughout the week
This year 1,60,834 candidates registered and 1,31,436 have paid fees for counselling. Officials said that 1,14,206 candidates have also uploaded their documents
The technology identifies test takers seeking external help or looking away from the test-screen and flags them
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