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States likely to raise saffronization of education at CABE meeting

Jun-29-2015 | 0 Comments

States likely to raise saffronization of education at CABE meeting NEW DELHI: After spending more than a year reconstituting the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE), which also includes state education ministers as members, the HRD ministry has called its first meeting on July 18.

The meeting is expected to be a stormy affair. While the HRD ministry is... Read Full Story »

Pay more at St Stephen’s now

Jun-05-2015 | 0 Comments

Pay more at St Stephen’s now NEW DELHI: Studying at Delhi University's prestigious St Stephen's college will now be costlier with the administration announcing an increase in the tuition as well as hostel fee.

"Keeping the inflation in view, there has been a marginal increase in the tuition and hostel fees. The hike will ... Read Full Story »

Jamia to introduce four new courses

Apr-13-2015 | 0 Comments

Jamia to introduce four new courses NEW DELHI: Jamia Millia Islamia will introduce four new courses in gender studies, public health, biophysics and disaster management from the upcoming academic session, admission process for which will begin tomorrow.

"Four new courses - MA in Gender Studies to be offered by Sarojini Naidu Cen... Read Full Story »

Poor children move Delhi HC for free summer uniforms, books

Apr-13-2015 | 0 Comments

Poor children move Delhi HC for free summer uniforms, books NEW DELHI: A group of students, hailing from poor and disadvantaged sections, has approached the Delhi High Court against a city school for its failure to provide free summer uniform and books to them.

The plea filed by nine students of Bal Bharti School, Rohini asked the court to direct the s... Read Full Story »

MIT chief rules out plans of setting up campus in India

Mar-30-2013 | 0 Comments

MIT chief rules out plans of setting up campus in India NEW DELHI: Hoping for enhanced collaborations and partnerships with Indian institutions in healthcare, renewable resources and education Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) president L Rafael Reif on Friday said that these were important global challenges that had to be addressed together.
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Civil Services main exam to be held in Nov-Dec 2013

Mar-29-2013 | 0 Comments

Civil Services main exam to be held in Nov-Dec 2013 NEW DELHI: The Civil Services (Main) examination will be held in November or December this year and applications for it will be called in August or September, according to a notification issued by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).

UPSC, which conducts the prestigious examinations to ... Read Full Story »

Most states to miss March 31 deadline for compliance with Right to Education Act

Mar-29-2013 | 0 Comments

Most states to miss March 31 deadline for compliance with Right to Education Act NEW DELHI: On Monday, when the deadline for compliance with the Right to Education (RTE) Act expires, children will get a short shrift again. Government data shows about 40% primary schools don't have adequate teachers, 33% are without girls' toilets and 39% lack ramps for children with disabilities.
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Norms for hiring teachers relaxed in 13 states

Mar-29-2013 | 0 Comments

Norms for hiring teachers relaxed in 13 states NEW DELHI: The central government on Thursday gave its green signal to 13 states that had sought permission to relax the minimum qualification criteria for appointment of teachers under the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan.

The states are Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, H... Read Full Story »

Private school to lose affiliation for denying admit cards

Feb-22-2013 | 0 Comments

Private school to lose affiliation for denying admit cards NEW DELHI: Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has directed Delhi Government to cancel the affiliation of a private school for withholding the admit cards of several Class XII students. It has also directed the principal and chairman of Bal Mandir Senior Secondary School to cough up Rs 75,000 a... Read Full Story »

India, UK signed agreements to develop community colleges and strengthen education sector

Feb-21-2013 | 0 Comments

India, UK signed agreements to develop community colleges and strengthen education sector NEW DELHI: India and United Kingdom signed two MoUs to promote development of community colleges and implementation of School Leadership Programme on Wednesday. The MoUs were signed on behalf of India by minister of state, HRD, Jitin Prasada and for United Kingdom by David Willetts, minister for Universities ... Read Full Story »

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