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Technical supervisor from Chandigarh University designs trolley to distribute food among needy while maintaining 'social distance'

The trolley can handle 30 kg of food at one time and is useful to maintain the necessary precautions while distributing the food

Published on 3rd April 2020
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This Kerala college syllabus is getting flak for teaching students that 'Homosexuality is a character flaw'

Queer activists are calling out a value education textbook published by St Berchmans College, Changanacherry

Published on 2nd April 2020
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National Testing Agency extends application deadline for various exams, all details here

The dates for submission of form for the UGC-National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET)-June 2020 has also been extended to May 16

Published on 31st March 2020
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Chandigarh University distributes cooked meals twice a day to 6 neighbouring villages

The distribution drive started from the first day of the lockdown and will be continued throughout the 21 days period

Published on 30th March 2020
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JNU professors offer students places to stay after admin orders shutdown before Janata Curfew

The JNUSU also accused the administration of propagating fake news. They pointed out the directive of the Delhi government does not talk about the suspension of hostel facilities

Published on 20th March 2020
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Strict action against those trying to change the character of JNU: Pokhriyal

He was responding to a query whether the government will sack the current Vice-Chancellor in connection with recent protests in the campus over the issue of fee hike

Published on 19th March 2020
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COVID-19: UGC tells universities to postpone exams, suspend evaluation work

UGC has also asked all educational institutions to "maintain regular communication with students and teachers through electronic means and keep them fully informed"

Published on 19th March 2020
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There are no bad students, only bad teachers: Why UPES VC Sunil Rai thinks India needs to educate its educators

The NEP is now thinking of how to enhance the education delivery system rather than create technicians and engineers, says UPES Vice-Chancellor Dr Sunil Rai

Published on 17th March 2020
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PM Narendra Modi all set to lead the sixth International Yoga Day celebrations at Leh on June 21

On June 21, PM Narendra Modi will lead the sixth International Day of Yoga (IDY) at Leh in Ladakh. The anticipated gathering at the event is expected to be around 15,000 to 20,000

Published on 12th March 2020
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Aligarh Muslim University postpones exams due to coronavirus scare

Meanwhile, the administrative officials said that the varsity has also postponed all annual hall functions and cultural programs

Published on 9th March 2020
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JNU pensioners to get February payment by next week

The JNU Registrar in a statement said the UGC has confirmed that in a few days, the funds for pension payments will be released

Published on 7th March 2020
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DU hostel protests: Could hostel admin finally be sitting up and listening to the students?

Even though any formal dialogue is yet to start, there have been changes in the demeanour of the hostel staff and administration after the protests gained force, claim the students

Published on 6th March 2020
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Comments won't cut it, we need action: DUTA on Khare's promise to resolve ad-hoc teachers' issues

Khare also asserted that teachers are the backbone of any education system and while working for quality education the challenges faced by the teaching community too need to be resolved

Published on 3rd March 2020
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If you want to start an engineering college, take an old one and improve it: AICTE chief Anil Sahasrabudhe

AICTE Chairman, Anil Sahasrabudhe speaks about some of the policies of the AICTE, their biggest achievements and why merging the UGC and AICTE under the New Education Policy is not a problem 

Published on 1st March 2020
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DU hostel women escalate stir with song and strife to dismantle 7.30 curfew. Will it work?

The students broke three doors down and protested at the Dhaka Complex of the varsity. Provost Dr Rita Singh's vehicle was also blocked and surrounded for hours

Published on 28th February 2020

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