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1.4 million Indian children aged 6-11 ou...

1.4 million Indian children aged 6-11 out of school: Unesco

NEW DELHI: Achieving the goal of getting all children in school by 2015 is now clearly impossible. It has emerged that there are 57.8 million children who are out of primary school globally. And India, with 1.4 million children, ranks among the top five nations with kids aged six to 11 out of... read more »

A higher degree

A higher degree

As NID becomes an institution of national importance, it can award degrees and carry out research The National Institute of Design (NID) has been declared an institution of national importance through an act of Parliament, bringing it on a par with the Indian Institutes of Technology. The bill was... read more »

IIT aspirants worried

IIT aspirants worried

PATNA: Hundreds of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) aspirants were in a worried lot on Tuesday as the joint online choice-filling and seat allocation portal for admission to the IITs was inaccessible almost the whole day.They breathed a sigh of relief only after the website —... read more »

Admit on 3-year pattern, UGC says

Admit on 3-year pattern, UGC says

NEW DELHI: The standing committee set up by University Grants Commission to advise it and Delhi University on scrapping the four-year-undergraduate programme (FYUP) and reverting to the three-year course held its first meeting on Monday afternoon and proposed a number of measures. It recommended... read more »

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BTech linked to industry

Manav Rachna International University (MRIU), Faridabad, is inviting applications for new BTech programmes, with specialisations such as cloud computing, launched in association with IBM.... read more »

Agriculture studies can open new career paths

COIMBATORE: Agriculture is not just about crops, seeds, harvest, pesticides and yield. It also includes trading, funding, feasibility studies, food processing, marketing and economics. If... read more »

Boring lectures in classrooms cause more failures, lesser grades

NEW DELHI: Classroom lectures cause more students to fail compared to interactive sessions involving discussions and problem solving in science, engineering and math courses, a new study... read more »

Common Law Admission Test 2014 records highest number of registration of candidates

AHMEDABAD: All India Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) for admission into 14 national law universities of India for academic year 2014 was concluded successfully recently. Gujarat National... read more »

How High is Higher Education in Morocco?

The mission of higher education inevitably lies in the production of highly-qualified graduates and future intellectuals who will be able to serve their community and push the country to become... read more »