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Mamata Banerjee

Para-teachers should take classes instead of agitating, says West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee

Para-teachers, contractual educators in government and government-aided schools of the state, had recently staged a protest demanding pay hike, following which they were allegedly lathicharged

Published on 20th August 2019
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Unfair that IIT Madras gets funded, but we don't: Can Anna University cough up Rs 1750 crore for IoE tag?   

Jadavpur University and Anna University were both taken aback by the new norm since the State governments may not be able to afford more than 50 percent of the funds 

 

Published on 20th August 2019
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National Education Policy: Research Scholars ask for helpline, body to curb harassment

The suggestions were submitted by a team of six research scholars from various research institutes in the country

Published on 19th August 2019
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Independence Day: Online learning platform, upGrad announces 10% fee waiver for armed forces, families

upGrad is an online higher education platform providing rigorous industry-relevant programs designed and delivered in collaboration with world-class faculty

Published on 15th August 2019
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Less IITans are opting to study abroad. They want jobs: IIT Tirupati Director

K N Satyanarayana has been there since IIT Madras began mentoring the institute and is now the Director at the campus in Tirupati

Published on 15th August 2019
Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

AP will get funds on time because MHRD Secretary is from here: HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

A total of 103 B.Tech. Students and One M.S. degree Student graduated in the first Convocation of Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh

Published on 13th August 2019
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I've come from land of Ganges to deliver blessings in Tirupati: What HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal told IIT grads

Currently, 823 students study at the institute, including 582 BTech, 118 MTech, 10 MSc, 32 MS and 81 PhD scholars

Published on 13th August 2019
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Loyola College joins international problem-solving programme in Japan

The students from chemistry departments of Loyola and LICET were selected through a two-tier exam-assignment based assessments

Published on 7th August 2019
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New paper for Biomedical Engineering introduced in GATE from 2020

This could be instrumental in unifying undergraduate syllabus of Biomedical Engineering among several universities and to help stimulating the growth of BME research and product development in India

Published on 5th August 2019
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Institutes of Eminence: Here's why Ashoka, Krea, Aligarh Muslim varsities did not earn the tag

As per the government guidelines, certain factors were considered in identifying the institutions, one of the most important being an institute's global ranking

Published on 3rd August 2019
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OPINION: Why the NEP harbours a hidden agenda and is morally bankrupt  

The fact that India is a union of States and the Constitution of India establishes a federal structure to the government implies that education should never be centralized

Published on 31st July 2019
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Amrita, KIIT, VIT make it to UGC's Institutes of Eminence list. Full list here

Unlike last year, this year, the University Grants Commission has released a list of 10 private and 10 public institutions

Published on 3rd August 2019
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UK government contemplating increasing work-post study rights to 12 months

After the UK announced the abolition of post-study work rights in 2011, the number of Indian students went down sharply from a peak of 38,677 in 2011 to 16,655 in 2016

Published on 1st August 2019
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Why every Science graduate should check out Sri Ramachandra's new course on toxicology

The two-year Master's programme will focus on imparting skill-based practical knowledge for better employment opportunities both in India and abroad

Published on 30th July 2019
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Six reasons why SFI thinks the New Education Policy will destroy Indian Education as we know it

The SFI cited why they are opposed to the draft NEP and how the draft policy document is in contradiction the democratic, federal and secular characteristics of the very constitution of India

Published on 29th July 2019

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