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Panjab University's visually impaired researchers walk 2 km for meals, constantly fearful of monkey attacks

Roughly, there are about 15 to 20 disabled research scholars on campus, of which, four live in the same hostel. This is why they have trouble with their meals

Published on 25th September 2021
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Nobel laureate Stanley Whittingham to attend VIT-AP convocation, inaugurate 4 buildings

In view of the Covid conditions, the University introduced COVD scholarships for the senior students who lost their sole earning family member by waiving the tuition fee and hostel fee

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Nearly 100 yrs after tribal icon attended UK college, 6 students get scholarship named after him to study in premier universities there

Students will pave the way for tribal talents to apply and seek support in future for studying abroad under the scholarship

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Another IISc student ends life on campus; third suicide in 2021 in the NIRF's top ranked university

BS Research scholar was under depression; students blame ‘stressful environment’, ‘harassment’ from principal investigators

Published on 17th September 2021
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How Raw Scholar is helping students get their study abroad plans sorted in a jiffy, totally free

Athul Krishna, the founder of Raw Scholar, converses about how they provide educational expertise at no cost for the students 

Published on 15th September 2021
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Delhi University's Rajdhani College reduces fees for financially weak students

The college has further decided to waive off 100 per cent fees for students who lost one or two parents to the infection

Published on 11th September 2021
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Meet 28-year-old Soumitra Mandal, Bengal's Oxygen Man, who dons more than one cape at a time

Soumitra Mandal is a teacher providing free tuition and arranging scholarships for poor students, but more recently he's being hailed as the Oxygen Man

Published on 9th September 2021
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Curfew, internet shutdown in Kashmir bring agitation by several PhD scholars of Srinagar's NIT against Education Ministry to halt

The protestors were demanding that funds for their fellowship, which have been withheld since May, be released. The situation impacts at least 400 research scholars and several master's students 

Published on 3rd September 2021
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Here's why this scholarship for LGBTQ students in the hospitality business is the coolest thing around

This baking scholarship from The Lalit Suri Hospitality School is unlike any other scholarship. Any self-identified LGBTQ+ individual who is a high school graduate can apply

Published on 31st August 2021
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O P Jindal Global University announces fellowships for Afghan students

This initiative is in response to the complicated geo-political situation in the region and the need for Afghan students to have credible educational alternatives

Published on 30th August 2021
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Calcutta University professor booked for allegedly threatening to kill Mamata on social media

The case was registered against Arindam Bhattacharya, a professor of the Zoology Department, by the Hare Street Police Station on the basis of a complaint filed by PhD scholar Tamal Dutta

Published on 28th August 2021
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Six Indian students win scholarships worth INR 36 million to study at Deakin University

The scholarships, valued at INR 36 million, were awarded for studies at one of the University's campuses in Australia for the full duration of studies in a study area of their choice

Published on 23rd August 2021
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Here's a Warangal government teacher's earnest crusade for girl child education

Warangal-based Fullbright scholar Thoutam Niharika is a Math teacher who is aware of how much more girls need to be encouraged to study and this is all that she is doing to balance the scales

Published on 17th August 2021
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More than 11k Afghan students in India scared, clueless as Taliban take over Afghanistan

According to the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) data, less than 2,500 students are here on government scholarships, and they have no cause for worry

Published on 17th August 2021
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Indian students bag the highest number of Erasmus scholarships for second year running

The fully-funded scholarship will allow students to earn degrees from at least two European universities across 20 countries

Published on 14th August 2021

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