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Educationist, scholars sign petition against academic restrictions on discussions on Palestine

The statement with signatures was issued to call upon university administrators and the government to respect their academic freedom

Published on 4th December 2023

Bengaluru hoax bomb threat: Threat was to scare guardians regarding students' safety, says NCPCR Prez

Earlier today, December 1, fifteen schools in Bengaluru were under strict radar as guardians received bomb threats 

Published on 1st December 2023

Higher education abroad aspirants are mainly from Punjab, Telangana, Maharashtra: Report

The report has projected that the spending by Indian students on overseas education is expected to skyrocket to an astounding USD 70 billion by 2025

Published on 27th October 2023
IIT Bombay food discrimination

IIT Bombay: Six tables to be reserved for vegetarians only in hostel mess? Students allege "food discrimination"

The students allegedly received an email, on Wednesday, from the mess council informing them that six tables will be reserved for vegetarian food only

Published on 27th September 2023

VBU: Over 260 eminent personalities, academicians write to President Murmu seeking justice for suspended student

The petition, supported by a list of 260 eminent signatories, including academics like Amit Bhaduri, Utsa Patnaik, Akeel Bilgrami, John Harriss, James Boyce, P Sainath, Abha Dev Habib and others

Published on 16th October 2023

Telangana elections: Which issues do students want politicians to focus on 

Students continue to hold out hope that their concerns will be taken into account and addressed in the election manifestos

Published on 16th October 2023
Jamia students in solidarity with Palestine

‘Stop attacks on civilians’: Jamia students form human chain in solidarity with Palestine

SFI Jamia informed that the peaceful gathering was organised despite circulars by the university banning any protests or gatherings on the campus

Published on 13th October 2023

Operation Ajay: At least 212 Indians rescued from Israel, including students

The first flight under Operation Ajay touched down in the national capital at approximately 6 am, where Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar welcomed the returning passengers

Published on 13th October 2023

Caste, Purity, and Pollution: The dining hall division and the Brahminical persona of IITs

"The concern is that once segregation begins, it could be a never-ending process, extending to separate hostel rooms and more spaces,"  says Prof Ravikant Kisana

Published on 12th October 2023

Circular plates for vegetarians; non-veg from 'backdoors': IIT students weigh in on veg/non-veg based segregation

"Non-vegetarian food is not mentioned on the menu. However, students get it from backdoors," claims an IIT Delhi student, who is also a member of APPSC

Published on 11th October 2023
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West Bengal: New salary payment system for state varsities to be finalised tomorrow, October 4

Once the teaching and non-teaching staff is brought under the new human resource management system, their salary will be directly credited to their accounts

Published on 3rd October 2023

US issued over 90,000 student visas to Indians from June to August this year 

"I first came to India as a young student, and I've seen in my own life how transformative these experiences can be," said US Ambassador to India, Eric Garcetti

Published on 26th September 2023

Campus to capitol: Political leaders who emerged from students’ politics

Political leaders of today were student leaders of yesterday. Here's a look at a few prominent ones 

Published on 22nd September 2023

Education of the rule makers: How educated are Indian politicans? 

While many Indian politicians are highly educated, there are also a significant number of politicians with low levels of education

Published on 14th September 2023

Muzaffarnagar boy slapping incident invites flak from politicians

The video where a teacher is seen instructing students to slap a Muslim student has been termed as divisive and something that could soil young minds

Published on 26th August 2023

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