New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee has given his assent for setting up of the first-ever national aviation university named after Rajiv Gandhi to train pilots, cabin crew and aircraft engineers
New Delhi: The government has prepared a draft policy for regulating the quality of care and education provided to children at play schools and creches across the country.
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New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has empanelled a charitable society, Manovikas, to provide skills of different kinds to students who are differently abled, an official
Gadchiroli: The Gondwana University authorities have urged the Maharashtra government to take urgent steps for the development of the varsity, which is facing shortage of finances and staff
Three celebrities pay glowing tributes to their teachers, who have shaped their character and contributed immensely to their lives.
“I owe my success in life to many teachers. They have
To win over the world of wines, one needs a breadth of knowledge, says Sommelier Gagan Sharma
“After seven years of tasting wine from all over the world I can say that though it might appear
As the economic climate in India fluctuates, industry top brass advises business graduates on ways to cope with the slowdown. Gauri Rane reports.
While the Indian economy continues to see a
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Kolkata: Sam Pitroda, a senior advisor to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Thursday voiced concern over the quality of education in India.
"Leaving aside the top five percent universities, I
New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued notice to the chancellors and directors of the central and state universities funded by it and other deemed varsities to update their
Patna: Opposition BJP and RJD on Friday stalled the functioning of Legislative Council on the issue of shifting of EVMs, kept in a girls school in Sitamarhi for long time.
Bhubaneswar: As part of efforts to ensure all-round development of Scheduled Caste people, the Odisha Government has decided to construct 55 new hostels for SC students in the state.
Allahabad: The Allahabad High Court on Thursday disposed of a writ petition challenging a controversial reservation formula introduced by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC
New Delhi: UGC is actively considering to outsource the UGC-NET exam held for candidates who wish to qualify for university level teaching jobs or for junior research fellowship.
Ahmedabad: The National Students` Union of India (NSUI), the student wing of the Congress, on Wednesday demanded that the budgets of all universities and colleges in Gujarat should be made
New Delhi: The law providing protection to children from sexual offences should be made part of the school curriculum and children must be educated about its provisions, Women and Child
Chennai: The Madras High Court has quashed the Medical Council of India`s order debarring Melmaruvathur Adhiparasakthi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research from admitting students for 2013-
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New Delhi: Despite regular reminders from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to schools to put up information related to the institution and its management on
New Delhi: Even though Delhi University accepted a record number of applications this year, the varsity seems to be finding it difficult to fill up seats as a number of colleges reopened
New Delhi: Minister of State Shashi Tharoor, a product of St Stephen`s College, Monday visited Delhi University and voiced concern over the steadily rising cut-off percentages for admissions
Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Monday urged Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to drop the Centre`s move to reintroduce NEET and abide by the Supreme Court ruling, quashing the test
Darbhanga: The condition of higher education in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and some other states is "disappointing", Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar said today and stressed on establishing institutional
Kohima: Nagaland received over Rs 437 crore during the last five years from the Central government under compulsory free education.
Minister for School Education CM Chang replying to a query
New Delhi: The government Thursday said it is hopeful of achieving 80 per cent literacy rate by 2015.
"Our efforts are being upscaled and I see no difficulty in achieving 80 per cent
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said its constitution bench will examine whether government can impose mother tongue or regional language as the medium of instruction at the primary
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