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750 'student markets' to provide stationery at cheaper rates in Kozhikode   

Consumerfed's student market will have items like bags, books, umbrellas and kits. As per the estimate, a family consisting of two children can buy products up to INR 3200 at this market

Published on 24th April 2018
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Academicians write to President Ram Nath Kovind over 'violence' in West Bengal 

Over 5,000 houses were demolished, inhuman atrocities were committed against 142 women while 26 people died in the suburban areas belonging to SC/ST community, the academicians wrote

Published on 3rd June 2021
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After 6 months Kashmiri students finally go back to school, even as valley continues to have communication blockade

Schools in Kashmir reopens after 6 months, the abrogation of article 370 and the winter fall holidays are major reasons for this long break from academics for students

Published on 24th February 2020
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Andhra University to welcome foreign faculty starting next year   

More foreign students and research scholars would be enrolled every year to make the university vibrant and help it become an international university 

Published on 24th April 2018
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Betrayal and backstabbing: Why the NSUI isn't fighting the University of Hyderabad elections this year

The NSUI said that since the ABVP has come to power in 2018 after a long gap of eight years, they have suppressed academics and free speech, they said

Published on 24th September 2019
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Bihar government reduces competitive examination fee for women candidates  

The fee reduction would be applicable to the examinations conducted by Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) and Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC)

Published on 7th April 2018
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British Deputy High Commissioner has just announced that there's scope for stronger academic ties between UK and India

British Deputy High Commissioner Dominic McAllister says that there is scope to bring about a stronger relationship between UK and India, in the field of academics

Published on 12th May 2017
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Central University of Kerala suspends assistant professor for calling BJP-RSS 'proto-fascist organisation'

The committee members were Prof K P Suresh, dean (Academics), Prof M S John of the Department of IR and Politics and controller of examination Dr Muraleedharan Nambiar

Published on 18th May 2021
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Competing with the private sector, Dakshina Kannada govt school offers insurance covers to its students

The 1-8th standard had witnessed a decline in the student's strength in the last decade as many parents in the village preferred to admit their children to private school nearby

Published on 3rd April 2018
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Dons from Texas, Columbia agree with JNU profs survey, say compulsory attendance 'kills research'

The survey which was created a day ago was answered by top academics in universities including Colombia, Oxford and Cambridge 

Published on 11th December 2018
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Eight-year-old Indian boy in Johns Hopkins 'brightest students in the world' list

Misra, a student at PS 59 Beekman Hill International Elementary School, was honoured for 'exceptional performance on the SAT, ACT, or similar assessment

Published on 29th January 2021
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Forget Rancho and 3 Idiots, this is why Ladakh's Druk Padma Karpo School will make you want to go back to school

The school teaches life skills along with the normal doses of academics, sports and co-curricular activities. But everything is done with a liberal dose of thought and ingenuity. Check it out

Published on 27th August 2019
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From funkier courses to foreign profs, here’s what red-tape free autonomy means to varsities

A professor from one of the private universities that received autonomy from the UGC last week, talks about what it means to a varsity to be 'set free'

Published on 26th March 2018
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How a few good people are stopping Odisha's at-risk children from sinking into a life of crime and darkness

A few dedicated academics and social workers in Bhubaneswar are changing the lives of drug addicts and victimised children using education and literacy as tools of change

Published on 15th July 2018
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How three TFI fellows have helped Govt School kids in Chennai talk their dads out of alcoholism

The trio started a community centre called Vidiyal where they teach academics, arts and help them initiate conversations about alcoholism

Published on 26th June 2018

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