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Why teaching students is a lucrative career? Know here!
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36% of sanctioned posts of faculty members are vacant in IIT's
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US consulate launched scholarship for underprivileged students
The US Consulate on Sunday launched a scholarship programme here for a select group of underprivileged students to hone up their English language skills. The 'English Access Micro Scholarship' will be given to 25 students of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidya
Presidency University: 50 students have got rooms in the Hindu Hostel
Over 50 boarders of Presidency University on Wednesday became the first batch to be allocated rooms in the Hindu Hostel, the over 130-year-old accommodation that was under renovation for three years. A university spokesman said the batch of students wer
Statue of Swami Vivekananda will be established in JNU
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500 foreign universities are eligible for direct recruitment: UGC
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Designing a Teacher Wardrobe on a Budget
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Can Yoga Help Prevent Teacher Burnout?
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Delhi Govt released Admission Notification for Nursery students
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British Indian businessman helps fund Bristol University's new campus
One of Britain's leading Indian-origin businessmen, who features regularly on the country's annual rich list, has contributed one million pounds to the University of Bristol for a new campus it is building. Bhikhu Patel, himself an architecture graduate from the univers
Samsung to set up 'Smart Class' at 14 govt colleges in Andhra Pradesh
Korean electronics company Samsung Monday entered into a pact with the Andhra Pradesh government to set up 'Samsung Smart Class' in 14 government colleges that offer Bachelors of Education (B Ed) and diploma in education (D Ed) in the state.
Educational fee regulation Act amended in Maharashtra
The state Legislative Assembly Monday passed an amendment to the Maharashtra Educational Institutions (Regulation of Fee) Act 2011, allowing parents to pay fees on monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly basis as decided by the school management. Parents inten
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7 Ways to Help Failing Students
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Govt announces holiday for educational Institutions in Bhubaneswar
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Mukesh, Nita Ambani-led Reliance Foundation, CENTA partner for 'Reliance Foundation Teacher Awards'
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PGT teachers in schools would now be called lecturers: HP CM
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Tripura govt introduced CBSE syllabus and NCERT Books for next session
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Teach your Students How to Stripe away Negative Body Image
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The Kochi Biennale Foundation (KBF) will enable 200 student-artists participate alongside the fourth edition of the sub-continent's biggest contemporary art festival beginning December 12. Under the Students' Biennale 2018, nearly 80 private and public art schools from
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Skill training will be provided to specially-abled persons: HP minister
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Jadavpur University receives first installment of Rs 100-crore central grant
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Teachers Deserve to Dress Comfortably
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Govt to set up a National Institute of Inter-Faith Studies in Punjab
The Centre will set up a first-of-its-kind institute of Inter-Faith Studies in Punjab to promote brotherhood and diversity as part of the year-long activities to commemorate the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, Union minister Mahesh Sharma said Monday.
Interim stay on order for admission to medical courses abroad
The Madras High Court Monday stayed a single judge's order barring the MCI and the Centre from issuing eligibility certificate to students who secure less than 80 per cent marks in the qualifying examination to pursue medical courses in foreign countries.
Marathas to get reservation in jobs and education institutes
The Maharashtra government has accepted the State Backward Class Commission's report and decided to give quota in jobs and educational institutes to the Maratha community, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said Sunday. The reservation will be granted to the community und
CBSE Board Exams 2019: Teacher and Toppers’ tips on how to score 90 percent and above
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Students can follow these 5 Simple tricks to Keep Mind Sharp
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A new online application for IIT-JEE aspirants to score high
With the entrance examination for prestigious IITs set to go completely online, leading digital learning solutions provider Extramarks Education said on Sunday it has launched a new testing app for IIT aspirants. The Joint En
Delhi govt implements decision to allow students' passes for AC buses
A good news for students in Delhi, the government has started implementing its decision to allow concessional passes for them in air-conditioned public transport buses.The passes that cost Rs 100 per month were so far allowed only in non-AC buses in the city run by the
Himachal CM announces scholarships to topper students of orphanages
The Himachal Pradesh government will provide a one time scholarship of Rs 10,000 each to 20 toppers of class 8 to 12 living in orphanages in the state, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said Friday. The scholarships will be provided to 10 boys and as many girls who will top
Changes are required in education sector: Chief Minister Manish Sisodia
A political will is necessary to bring about a revolution in the education sector in the country, Delhi deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said Friday. Sisodia was speaking at an event organised by the Association of Principals of Secondary and Higher Secondary School
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Uttar Pradesh district picks unique way for primary education
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HC orders appointment of counsellors in all West Bengal schools
The Calcutta High Court Friday directed authorities to appoint counsellors in about one lakh educational institutions in West Bengal to help safeguard students against sexual abuse. Justice Nadira Patherya ordered that counsellors will have to be appointed to all educat