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#WhatTheFAQ: All that you need to know about World Alzheimer's Day

September 21 is observed as World Alzheimer's Day to commemorate Alzheimer’s disease and raise awareness about the same


Published on 21st September 2022

When will Class VIII gov't school students of Andhra Pradesh get their promised tabs? 

Botsa Satyanarayana, the Education Minister of Andhra Pradesh, informed the Legislative Council on September 16 that the distribution will be done by November 14, that is, Children's Day

Published on 20th September 2022

As many as 48 Indian universities engaged or are pursuing collaborations with foreign institutions

The Tata Institute of Social Sciences formally launched the 2022-2023 academic session with two new international dual degree programmes, the first of its kind, on September 12, 2022

Published on 20th September 2022

#WhatTheFAQ: Cheetahs step on India soil 70 years after extinctions. What's their significance?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi released three cheetahs from Namibia at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh on his 72nd birth anniversary, that is, September 17, 2022

Published on 17th September 2022

Ukraine-returned medical students unhappy with Centre's suggestions in SC, say their hopes are dying out

Now that the Centre has put its foot down on not allowing accommodation for these students in Indian medical colleges, it has put forth mobility as the best solution

Published on 16th September 2022

PG doctors at Osmania Medical College finally receive their stipends. But are their problems solved?

The protesting doctors had claimed that they had not received any funds at all for a seven-month stretch. They blamed the college officials for this delay

Published on 15th September 2022

Resident doctors at Delhi's LNJP Hospital claim fake COVID-19 booster dose certificate issued in their name

The resident doctors said that the authorities had denied issuing them the third dose of the vaccine because their records showed they had already taken the dose

Published on 14th September 2022

Samarth eGov on a mission to digitise 500 higher education institutions by 2023 with help from AWS Cloud

Education institutions can also enhance student outcomes by automating processes like managing teaching schedules and freeing up educators' time to focus on teaching activities and so on

Published on 9th September 2022

NMC allows academic mobility, but Ukraine-returned students are not happy. They share their concerns

Struggling with continuing their medical education and training, Ukraine-returned students are being offered the option of mobility. But they accept it with a pinch of salt


Published on 7th September 2022

Teachers' Day: From online classes to virtual exams — grateful students thank their teachers

This Teachers' Day, students share how teachers have braved it all to ensure that education wasn't compromised during the pandemic

Published on 5th September 2022

Students from Dehradun enter the City of Nizams to shower some musical love via their band, Yaman

The young team is full of energy and enthusiasm to impress the Hyderabad crowd with their own style of fusion 

Published on 5th September 2022

As Karnataka High Court ruled in favour of KCET repeaters, freshers are now worried about their ranks

Yashwant K, a fresher, said all of their hard work is in vain and they are worried about their future. This is what they are saying

Published on 5th September 2022

As a five-judge Supreme Court bench will hear EWS quota petitions on September 13, AIOBCSA has a few questions 

Additionally, the All India OBC Students Association (AIOBCSA) has also filed an impleading petition with the help of their Legal Advisor Shashank Ratnoo

Published on 3rd September 2022

Glad and reassured: KCET 2021 repeaters share their relief over Karnataka High Court's judgement 

Advocate Shathabish Shivanna, who was representing one of the repeaters, said that now, "KEA will have to entirely redo the ranking" 


Published on 3rd September 2022

KCET repeaters row: What students stand to lose if Karnataka High Court hearing today doesn't go their way

If the decision doesn’t go in their favour, it will affect 24,000 students, said Kumar. “We won’t get seats in the college we want, we will end up getting management quota,” he added

Published on 22nd August 2022

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