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JNU

JNU admin slams teachers association for opposing compulsory attendance rule

To begin with, the JNU rules on attendance have been grossly misrepresented, said the varsity's registrar in a statement, adding these rules have been made by the statutory bodies of the university

Published on 6th January 2019
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Maharashtra student alleges Education Minister Tawde ordered his 'arrest'; minister denies 

The minister said he had a "good interaction" with students at the college for almost two-and-a-half hours

Published on 6th January 2019
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Seven reasons why the 'no-detention' policy should be given pass marks ​

The Bihar Equal Education Initiative has been campaigning for the no-detention policy to be reintroduced in the education system

Published on 4th January 2019

50 per cent rise in children from EWS studying in private schools: Javadekar

Due to numerous schemes, policies and Acts, the number of students from economically weaker sections has increased dramatically in just 4 years

Published on 4th January 2019
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Odisha couple becomes the ray of hope for abandoned street children

Shyam Sundar and his wife Kasturi have been running the orphanage for more than 33 years now, using government funds and public donations

Published on 31st December 2018
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This IIT-BHU engineer's drones can carry out multiple tasks effectively

Drones have reached a new level of aerial surveillance that might just be reasonable and viable in the near future, finds Aniket Prasanth

Published on 27th December 2018
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Queer groups from 34 Indian colleges condemn 'homophobic' bills passed in Parliament, to organise public stir

A collective statement against the 'anti-LGBTQIA+ legislations in India' was signed by 34 student queer communities and individuals in support of the nationwide protest 

Published on 27th December 2018
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Facebook halts feature meant to minimise toxic content, says report

Conservatives alleged in the past that Facebook was biased against them, a charge that the social media giant denied

Published on 24th December 2018
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Govt pulls the plug on 100 crore grant for treating rare diseases like Thalassemia, Sickle-cell Anaemia, one year after announcing it

The complete shift of policy has left the families of kids with rare diseases and activists fighting for their cause in a shock

Published on 19th December 2018
MCC

MCC student Mahima's death proves that we haven't learnt from a similar incident in Pondy in 2016

A 17-year-old student had collapsed during a race and died instantly, prompting the call for mandatory medical personnel during sporting events. Who's listening?

Published on 15th December 2018
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UGC tells every college to start online complaint board where students can register issues with reservation, capitation

The regulation also envisages forming of four committees to redress the student's grievance, department, institutional, college and university levels

Published on 13th December 2018
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MCC protest: Principal to convene meeting, says he has no objection to scrapping Sports for All  programme

 A first-year BSc Chemistry Student Mahima Jayaraj collapsed and died on Monday after jogging. Around 2,00 students staged a protest in the campus today 

Published on 11th December 2018
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If there is a government school within 1km, kids should go there, K'taka makes it compulsory under RTE

The new amendment to the RTE Act allows parents to enroll children in private schools only when there are no government schools within a radius of 1 km

Published on 6th December 2018
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Karnataka government to bear the education expenses of girl students in colleges

The scheme, approved by the state cabinet that met here, would come into effect from this academic year

Published on 6th December 2018
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​Your car rusts way faster if you live near the sea, says IIT Bombay study

 

The survey says that out of the four major parts inspected, the rocker panel exhibited the highest damage as it is closest to the ground

Published on 5th December 2018

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