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As per a Government Resolution, the Maharashtra Policy Research Institute will conduct a comparative evaluation of schemes and programmes
The silver streak: Chennai's MOP Vaishnav College turned 25 and the celebrations left us feeling nostalgic!
Teachers and Students of MOP Vaishnav College came together to celebrate the Valedictory of their Silver Jubilee celebrations
The study published in the journal, Teaching and Teacher Education, found a significant link between burnout among early-career teachers and the exposure to a school-wide culture of burnout
The Indian School of Business has launched a research initiative to promote the academic study of Aadhaar
The entertainment company Culture Machine just announced that it would give women employees the first day off of their periods. We asked a couple of women what they would do if they got the day off!
At UoH, no ST students have been 'interviewed' to do an MPhil in Social Exclusion Policy. Students threaten massive stir
Several Post doctoral and doctoral programmes are believed to be excluding people from backward sections, creating a massive sense of discontent among student unionists
The former Chairman of the ISRO mourns what he believes is an unfortunate deterioration of the Indian education system and calls for a complete structural change
The move comes in the hope to simplify governance procedures and bring uniformity in the rules of these medical institutes
Teter joins Stanford Seed with over 20 years of experience in international development, economic growth and humanitarian program management
ISRO head Kasturirangan; former IAS officer K J Alphonse Kanamthanam and more in the nine-member panel of the New Education Policy
A nine-member panel, formed by the HRD Ministry, will give a new form to India's education policy
Five boys from ISCA Academy in Exeter, Devon, strolled in wearing the attire after being told by teachers that they would be placed in isolation if they walk into the class in shorts
RSS warns that more primary schools will close in the next four years due to Manohar Parrikar's 'anti-mother tongue policy'
The BBSM has been demanding a withdrawal of grants for English medium schools and encouragement to only those schools which teach in Indian languages
Forget entrance tests, let teachers and scholars talk it out for Ph.D. and M.Phil admissions, says DU
The university scraps the entrance exam for aspirants with a fellowship from UGC/CSIR/NET or a central government institute, in a move that has alienated student unions
+2 Student asks Delhi HC to make CBSE re-evaluate her Economics Paper, 'sympathetic' judge asks CBSE to compile previous rulings directing re-evaluation
Though the CBSE has stopped allowing students to apply for re-evaluation of papers and giving them photocopies of the corrected sheets, the Delhi HC appears to be mulling over this case
The constant delay in the CBSE result declaration had put the CBSE class XII students in despair
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