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EXCLUSIVE: If UGC funding doesn't come through, I'll take my "begging bowl" elsewhere: TISS Director; 'Axed' faculty hopeful of getting extension by March 31
Will TISS lose three of its centres or not? The day after that shock announcement, TISS Director S Parasuraman opened up and talked about how hope hadn't been lost yet, even if lots of cash had been
Government schools manage to avail education tools and e-learning software but nobody to teach the teachers how to use these tools. Dickson Eugene Das has found a way
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.
TISS Student Group makes posters tripping on fund crunch and MHRD mishaps and they're drop-dead HILARIOUS!
Styled like old newspaper clippings, the posters put up by the Progressive Students' Forum is getting even apolitical students to come to their big meeting and debate all the fund cuts et al
Four people now have a second chance at life, thanks to this medical student whose organs were donated
Priyank Gupta, a medical student from Madhya Pradesh was declared brain dead following a road accident
Five IITs came together to discuss steps to relieve students from stress elements and the results of failure
Two Bengaluru-based engineers are making schools a better place for the students and the teachers. Here's how!
Santosh More and Khushboo Awasthi go the extra mile with their NGO — Mantra — to help the students study better. This includes adopting schools, building libraries and even playing Santa Claus
Hasan is just 16 and Shireen is 14. These siblings run a steert school in Karachi to educate the underprivileged children
It has had its share of criticism and it's share of appreciation but what do the students and teachers who belong to the system think about this list.
Right up her alley: Violinist Ritu Gopal's latest collaboration 21 Nocturne Alley will have you sit up and take notice
Ritu Gopal does play the violin, but music goes above and beyond for her as she also believes in and is studying music therapy
He's not quite in the 'farrago' league, but Kanishk Tharoor also has a way with words. The writer speaks about his love for history, working on a new novel and his plans for the future
The two girls apparently had an 'inappropriate relationship' which the teachers were unhappy about and suggested that the parents send them to counselling
Red Velvet is the place to go if you’ve got a large order of baked goods and you need a homely touch. If you’re lucky, you may get tips to scale up your baking business
Jairam Ramesh says that the current government talks a lot about environment conservation but all of their actions go against their rhetoric
The students' association is protesting the college's sudden decision to claim fee for mess and tuition from scholarship students which they claim they are exempted from
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