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Not just universities, but autonomous colleges will also give out degrees soon

Universities will be distinguished from degree-granting colleges by the fact that they offer graduate programmes in a broad range of subjects

Published on 31st May 2019
National Education Policy

Modi Sarkaar to feed Govt school kids breakfast in addition to midday meals to up concentration

Expenditure on the morning and midday meal programmes will be linked to food costs and inflation in order to ensure the quality of food served, read the National Education Policy 2019

Published on 31st May 2019
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MBBS students will soon have to write a common exit exam, just like NEET

The exit exam is said to serve a dual purpose of acting as an entrance examination for postgraduate courses. It will be held in the end of the fourth year

Published on 31st May 2019
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Soon MHRD will be replaced by the Ministry of Education (MoE)

If the newly formed cabinet approves the Draft National Education Policy, the MHRD will cease to exist soon

Published on 31st May 2019
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No more Pythagoras, Fibonacci, Pascal, only Baudhayana, Virahanka, and Pingala as school texts get Indian makeover

The government wants to bring back India's 'illustrious' heritage of 'holistic' education. The NEP 2019 said that education in ancient India was not just the acquisition of knowledge

Published on 31st May 2019
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Government wants Private schools to stop using the word Public in their names

“Public” schools will only be those that are funded publicly, i.e., government schools (including schools run by any registered body of the State) and government-aided schools

Published on 31st May 2019
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ISRO opens advanced Space Technology Incubation Centre on NIT Tiruchy campus

The ISRO director was confident that NITT would extend the reach of the centre in the southern region

Published on 30th May 2019
University Grants Commission

Key government decisions in education sector, including formation of new medical body and UGC replacement soon

Public health experts cautioned that sweeping reforms in medical education should not mean “excessive promotion of private sector or downgrading the quality of education

Published on 25th May 2019
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Despite undergoing six bone surgeries, Mangaluru students tops SSLC exams

Sinchana wants to become a doctor, an orthopedician, specifically, after she has extensively interacted with them through her backbone surgeries

Published on 1st May 2019
Election 2019

Election 2019: Poll fever grips Kolkata kids as they device vote game for the season

Parents must also take care that the game remains as such. Children try to emulate what they see. They should not indulge in the ugly sides of elections like fights

Published on 13th April 2019
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Here's what Apurwa Masook, a VSSUT, Burla student, experienced at the MIT bootcamp in Australia 

The first four days of the camp were dedicated to a trek and the focus was on team building, communication and focus​

Published on 28th February 2019
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VSSUT students' innovative space programme on sounding rocket launch vehicle gets PM's pat on Mann-Ki-Baat

Stating that the country has also created a world record for launching 104 satellites simultaneously from the same spacecraft, Modi hoped that India would soon register its presence on the moon

Published on 28th January 2019
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Space Kidz India plans to build satellite to conduct biological experiment in space

Speaking about the nano-satellite Kalamsat, she said it was a 10cm cube, 1.2 kg communication satellite with a life span of two months. The satellite cost was about Rs.12 lakh

Published on 22nd January 2019
VSSUT Student Satellite

Why India should be proud of these Odisha students who are building their own rocket & satellite to monitor Hirakud Dam

Students of VSSUT are building a rocket that will survey Hirakud Dam and have launched India’s first indigenous multipurpose student rocketry mission

Published on 8th December 2018
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Second International Program on 'Students Satellite Mission 2022' inaugurated in Bengaluru

Dr Meir Ariel, Director General, the Herzliya Science Centre and Director Nano Satellite Centre, University of Tel Aviv, Israel said the initiative launched last year has taken off well

Published on 28th November 2018

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