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Rajiv Gandhi University signs MoU with HEFA to develop infrastructure on campus

A total of Rs 66.59 crore has been sanctioned by the agency for the construction projects of the university, an official of the institute said

Published on 6th October 2020
pondi

Pondicherry University gets Rs 206 crore funding to construct new hostels, revamp infrastructure

This grant will be utilised for the development of Pondicherry Main campus, Karaikal and Andaman campuses

Published on 20th August 2020
JNU

JNU gets Rs 455 crore funding to construct new academic buildings, research centres much to JNUTA's displeasure

The ERP will ensure that all academic and administrative processes are totally operated using online means and in an integrated manner 

Published on 4th August 2020
S Giridhar

S Giridhar's book talks about India's most inspiring government school teachers. Do you know them?

S Giridhar, COO, Azim Premji Foundation, talks to us about his latest book Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers: The Heroes of Real India that gives us an insight into the great work done by them

Published on 19th February 2020
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Meet Kaushal Bodwal, a queer DSE student who was trolled on social media for his looks at anti-CAA rally

Kaushal's photograph from an anti-CAA protest was tweeted by Hindutva idealogue Shefali Vaidya and DU Professor Balaram Pani

Published on 13th January 2020
JNUSU

Let there be a nationwide debate on education: JNUSU calls for National Protest Day on Nov 27

Acknowledging the support from various parts of the country, the JNUSU released their call for protest statement in Bengali, Urdu and Tamil as well to reach out to more students and teachers

Published on 25th November 2019
JNU students protest

JNU lacks leadership: Teachers' association prez blames admin for lockdown, sides with students

This was the new JNUTA cabinet's first statement after Left Progressive teachers were elected to office, unopposed, on October 29

Published on 2nd November 2019
Delhi University

DU 'quietly' inks pact with MHRD, UGC despite DUTA protest: What does this mean for the varsity?

The MoU requires universities to continually increase the ration of internal (self-generated) financial resource to total expenditure through fee hike, shift to revenue earning commercial courses

Published on 10th October 2019
IIT Madras

New form of Manu-dharma: APSC slams IIT policy to increase MTech fee, introduce BSc for weaker students  

The Circle condemned the Council for covering up its failure of not providing enough support to students and instead filtering them out from the system

Published on 30th September 2019
Fart competition

What the Fart? This contest in Surat is searching for India's best 'fartist'. Seriously

Are you up for some bizarre challenge? Then, the 'fart contest' in Gujarat is the place to be this weekend. Try checking out tweets with #freethefart

Published on 17th September 2019
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Breaking the taboo: Bangladeshi students turn to social media to speak up against rampant rapes in Islamic schools

Several senior students were also held by police over the rape and beheading of an 11-year-old orphan, while a Dhaka cleric and seminary teacher was charged with sexually assaulting a dozen boys

Published on 29th August 2019
ABVP Parliament Tour

ABVP arranges Parliament Tour for JNU freshers, much to Left Unions' chagrin  

But this is not the first year that the ABVP is organising such a tour, it is in fact their third year. This is why they're making it a habit  

Published on 13th August 2019
Jawaharlal Nehru University

JNUSU to march for right to affordable and accessible education on August 2

The JNUSU is conducting a march in protest of the administration's anti-student policies and has put forward several demands

Published on 1st August 2019
Jawaharlal Nehru University

JNUSU, JNUTA to protest charges against 48 profs who held a one-day protest a year ago

The JNUTA said that the protest on July 31, last year, was called in response to the repeated violations of the JNU Act and Statues and was far from an act meant to disrupt academic life

Published on 29th July 2019
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Shut out from Bangladesh schools, half million Rohingya children turn to madrassas

Many Rohingya children had managed to slip through the net until earlier this year when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's government cracked down, ordering schools to expel them

Published on 18th June 2019

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