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CBSE says no to 'fancy' report cards, hands out 'uniform' report cards for all students from VI-XII

In a move that's contrary to the detailed reports of their CCE system, the CBSE has now asked all schools to have the same report card format for students from VI-IX, similar to the X/XII graders

Published on 22nd March 2017
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With no student union to lead protest, TISS students bombard college authorities with emails demanding roll back of new circular that makes Aadhar compulsory, stops scholarships for SC, ST, OBC

A few weeks ago, TISS director had warned that three departments would be shut due to no government funding, the same problem comes back to haunt students of the new academic year but with much worse.

Published on 31st May 2017
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Lunchbreak cut from 90 minutes to an hour as Puducherry schools attempt to control mischief

The Puducherry Education Department is cutting down lunchtime to an hour, a luxury for other schools that follow the half an hour routine, to prevent students from getting into trouble during breaks

Published on 4th October 2017
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Want to establish a school in Karnataka? You should know these new safety rules

One of the important aspects is cyber safety, under which the department has directed schools to have proper internet security which restricts access to sites with adult content

Published on 7th April 2018
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Soon, school buses in Vijayawada to have GPS trackers and safety alarms

Across the State, over 61,000 schools are present of which around 40,000 are of government schools and rest 20,000 schools belong to the private sector

Published on 3rd January 2019
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Hooked onto grammar yet? Here are explanations to phrases like 'meet up', 'bump into' and more

To bump into someone means to meet someone by chance. When we meet someone unexpectedly, we say that we bump into the person

Published on 2nd March 2019
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Do research that you want to do, not because there's funding: MSRUAS  VC Dr Sivaguru Sritharan

Dr Sivaguru S Sritharan, the new Vice-Chancellor of MSRUAS talks to Rashmi Patil about how he's going to get his students to do research that has real-world applications

Published on 30th April 2019
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90 per cent reduction in RTE applications in Karnataka after 2019-20 amendment

Currently, in the district, there as many as 3,566 schools among which 2,114 are government, 600 aided and 852 are private unaided schools

Published on 13th May 2019
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We have nowhere to go: Several SC, ST students contemplate dropping out of TISS-Hyd as hostels demand exorbitant fees upfront

According to the new rules, the accommodation and mess would only be made available to the students if they pay an upfront amount of Rs 54,650  

Published on 8th July 2019
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Death of privacy, Islamophobia and two wars: Ten things that changed forever after 9/11

It has been 18 years since that fateful day when terror set a milestone in the history of man. On the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we take count of how the world has changed over the years  

Published on 11th September 2019
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Indian student body launches campaign for extension of UK post-study work visa offer

The organisation claims that the 42 per cent hike in the number of Indian students applying to UK universities was a direct result of the expectation that the post-study offer would be reinstated

Published on 16th September 2019
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Massive win for Hyderabad's St Francis College girls as management agrees to cancel new dress code and stop screening

The students have gone back to their respective classes after the management agreed to roll back to the previous dress code — no sleeveless, short clothes or cold shoulders

Published on 16th September 2019
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Mark Zuckerberg says 'No' to Republican Senator asking him to sell off WhatsApp, Instagram

The popular services are among some 70 companies that Facebook has acquired over the past 15 years or so, giving it what critics say is massive market power

Published on 20th September 2019
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Will fight admin tooth and nail: JNUSU on increasing restrictions on spaces in campus

The JNUSU said that the administration is turning the campus into a 'suffocating jail' by issuing notice after notice about new rules

 

Published on 24th October 2019
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China govt imposes curfew on minors in gaming crackdown to avoid causing addiction

The move comes amidst concerns about health, eyesight and online addiction in children

Published on 7th November 2019

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