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Cambridge University launches fellowship to study Indian indentured labour history

The university's Selwyn College appointed Guyanese-American Professor Gaiutra Bahadur last week as the Ramesh and Leela Narain visiting bye-fellow in Indentureship Studies

Published on 4th August 2023

Priority of gov't is developing school buildings, says Delhi's Deputy CM Manish Sisodia

The Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi said the education system will realise its potential only through assessment reform

Published on 20th January 2023

How did this PhD scholar decode Sanskrit's 2,500-year-old grammar mystery?

Rajpopat’s research may now mean that 5th-century BC scholar and philologist Panini’s grammar can be taught to computers for the first time

Published on 17th December 2022

Delhi: 30 gov't school principals, officials to attend leadership training at Cambridge Uni

Delhi government school principals and education department officials will start their leadership training on October 10, at the University of Cambridge

Published on 3rd October 2022

Cambridge International announces results of March 2022 exam series

Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS and A Level exam entries have grown by 10 per cent overall from March 2021

Published on 25th May 2022

Manish Sisodia at Education World Forum: Delhi's Deputy CM meets faculty members of Cambridge University

The minister also added, "We look forward to working with them to further implement the best school leadership practices from the world in our schools"

Published on 25th May 2022

Private schools do not ensure better mental well-being, finds recent study published in Cambridge Journal of Education

A research carried out to study the mental well-being and satisfaction of youth finds that there is no link between studying happiness and studying in private schools


Published on 16th April 2022

Pre-primary education played 'protective' role against COVID learning losses, finds new study 

The research was undertaken by a team from the University of Cambridge, Addis Ababa University and the Ethiopian Policy Studies Institute

Published on 16th February 2022

Cambridge University Press and Bharath Institute of Higher Education & Research enter strategic partnership

The centre will explore academic and research-publishing initiatives for faculty members and students

Published on 11th February 2022

Cambridge and Hindustan Group of Institutions sign MoU to bolster employability and education

The strategic partnership aims to provide opportunities for employability, deeper academic research, and teacher training in India

Published on 11th February 2022

UoH and Cambridge University Press to design a certificate programme in Publishing. This is why it'll be awesome 

It is under the Institution of Eminence (IoE) project of the University of Hyderabad (UoH) that the varsity's Department of English has proposed this three-month programme

Published on 13th January 2022

MGU signs MoU with Cambridge University Press to facilitate FREE publication of articles by PhD scholars 

The collaboration between Cambridge University Press and MG University will see researchers and scholars get a complete waiver of the processing fee, along with a one-year free training programme 

Published on 28th December 2021

Does Twitter really amplify politically right-leaning tweets more than others?

The authors analysed the algorithmic amplification effect on tweets made by 3,634 elected politicians from major political parties in seven countries that are highly represented on Twitter

Published on 22nd December 2021

APSSDC signs MoU with English unit of Cambridge University to start English Language Labs across Andhra Pradesh

Cambridge English will handle the English language training strategy, benchmarking, curriculum, assessment, learning materials, teacher training and development

Published on 14th December 2021

In a first for any UK institution, Cambridge to hand over a looted Benin bronze statue to Nigeria 

The college set up a working group to examine the legacy of slavery and the group concluded that the statue "belongs with the current Oba at the Court of Benin"


Published on 16th October 2021

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