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Study abroad: Conditional, Unconditional and Deferred offer letters — explained

Applying for higher education abroad? What is the difference between Conditional, Unconditional and Deferred offer letters?

Published on 20th November 2023
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‘Overall verdict holds no promise’: Gender Studies expert Prof Niladri Chatterjee decodes same sex marriage verdict

In its verdict pronounced on Tuesday, October 17, the Supreme Court refused to strike down provisions under the Special Marriage Act, leaving it up to the parliament to make amendments

Published on 17th October 2023

Protests in educational institutions: What compels teachers to go on strike 

Reports show that there has been a significant increase in the number of high profile educational staff protests in India. Why?

Published on 16th September 2023

Education loans: Benefits, risks, tips and everything else, explained 

Are you considering taking an education loan? What are the pros and cons? Here's all you need to know 

Published on 20th July 2023

Australia's new student visa changes explained in detail by expert

Further, the country is also planning to smoothen the path to permanent residency, as it is overhauling its immigration system to meet worker shortages

Published on 8th July 2023
Education loans explained by Coimbatore education department via document

Education loans explained via PDF prepared by Coimbatore school education dept

A 14-page PDF has also been prepared by the department in the form of a PDF which answers questions about education loans

Published on 30th May 2023
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CUET UG explained: Preparation tips and strategies, exam pattern and so on

As the second-largest entrance exam in India draws closer, experts address some of the most common questions that candidates might have


Published on 15th May 2023

Explained: Bridge courses of New Shores Int'l College, Bengaluru, that allow PU II failed students to obtain degrees

BU Registrar M Kotresh told TNIE that fake news has been doing the rounds and that the college is affiliated. However, he did not mention any retraction from the university on the notification

Published on 7th October 2022

UK student accommodation crisis explained. Plus, UK officials, experts and students weigh in 

"Around the world, we are seeing reports of high demand for student housing across popular global destinations," say officials

Published on 3rd October 2022

Caste system explained in Class VI CBSE textbook invites criticism. Board issues clarification

The CBSE was criticised on social media for poisoning the minds of young children through the text on the caste system after the picture from the textbook went viral

Published on 29th September 2022

NEET PG 2022 seat matrix explained: To what extent are NMC's last-minute policies impacting students?

The seat matrix is still being updated, even as the counselling for the NEET PG exam, which was conducted on May 21, is finally underway. Here's how experts view the situation

Published on 22nd September 2022

What happened on November 14: Einstein explained light's nature and a day to raise awareness regarding diabetes

One of Albert Einstein's first contributions to physics came on this day when he explained the quantum theory of light

Published on 14th November 2021

EdExplained: Everything you need to know about super cyclone Amphan

Super Cyclone Amphan is headed towards Odisha and West Bengal and will probably move inward into Bangladesh. But this is not the first super cyclone this region has seen

Published on 19th May 2020

'To Meghan Markle', 'Megxit' explained: Here's how the Duchess' royal exit has given birth to new words

What does ‘to Meghan Markle’ mean? As a verb it means to take care of one’s mental health. The name was used as a verb by Twitter user @_RyanJesse

Published on 4th February 2020

Learning the English language: Here are some of the gender-sensitive usages explained

The word ‘shero’ is commonly used these days. The word ‘hero’ is used to refer to a man who is admired for his courage, outstanding achievements or noble qualities

Published on 27th January 2020

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