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Managing Boards and JEE

Two exams that can shape your future. How do you ensure you do well in both? »
Lushin Dubey

Bring in some drama

From using theatre techniques in education to teaching special children, director, actor and theatre personality Lushin Dubey is completely involved in the arts. She talks to Education Plus about the... »
This year’s conference sought to shed light on the various aspects of the process of migration.

Dimensions of migration

Students of Humanities at IIT Madras were exposed to some great minds reflecting on migration, at a recent conference. »
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Play the fool!

Laugh at your own self a lot more to open up your mind. »
A total of 13,73,853 students are appearing for the class 10 board examination this year. File photo
New Delhi, March 2, 2015

CBSE exams commence today

The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) examinations for standards 10 and 12 commence from Monday.According to a CBSE circular, a total of 13,73,853 students are appearing for the c... »
March 1, 2015

Conclave on human resource development

A two-day national conference on “Life skills and youth empowerment” was inaugurated at the Crossland College at Brahmavar in Udupi district on February 24. In his keynote address, Danie... »
March 1, 2015

National Science Day observed

Science Day: IQAC and Science Department of Government First Grade College, Malur, observed National Science Day and World Mother Tongue Day at Edusat Hall of the college on February 21.... »
N.R. Shetty, Advisor, Nitte Education Trust and former Vice-Chancellor, Bangalore University, inaugurating a sports event at NMIT Campus, Yelahanka.
March 1, 2015

Campus capsule

Inauguration The new hostel block of Reva University was inaugurated by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, while Higher Education and Tourism Minister R.V. Deshpande and Minister for Agr... »
March 1, 2015

Bon APPetit

Have you ever sat in your chemistry class scratching your head, trying to make sense of all the letters of the alphabets connecting each other in order to form a reaction? Here are some apps that w... »
New Delhi, March 1, 2015

UGC gives a year to 7 deemed varsities to remove deficiencies

In a breather to seven ‘C’ category deemed universities, UGC has given them one more year to rectify their deficiencies failing which they could face the possibility of denotification. These... »
Projects in areas including Harrington Road, 100 ft. Road have forced students and parents to negotiate traffic while in Okkiyam Thoraipakkam, part of the school building has been destroyed. Photo: K. Pichumani, M. Karunakaran.
CHENNAI, February 26, 2015

When schools lose out

While infrastructure projects are designed to benefit residents, many a time, they end up putting residents and even school-going children to hardship. Students are not only forced to take detours... »
February 22, 2015

Experts come out against draft National IPR policy

The draft National IPR Policy prepared by the Centre’s IPR Think Tank has come under harsh criticism from experts.Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) scholars at the Centre for IPR Studies of... »
H. Maheshappa, Vice-Chancellor of Visvesvaraya Technological University, recd. the 7th DNA & Stars of the Industry group's innovative B-school award.
February 22, 2015

Events in Belagavi

Award: H. Maheshappa, Vice-Chancellor of Visvesvaraya Technological University, has been honoured with an award for his “outstanding contribution” to education at the 7th DNA & Stars of... »
Authorities of Father Muller Medical College and NIT-K, Surathkal, exchaning documents of MoU at Mangaluru; (right) a winning team in the inter-collegiate competition organised by the Postgraduate Physics Department of St. Philomena College, Puttur.
February 22, 2015

Events in Dakshina Kannada

MoU signed: Father Muller Medical College and National Institute of Technology-Karnataka, Surathkal, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote research and foster mutual co... »

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Narrowing down on law

Career and compassion

Aiming high

Won’t reconsider decision: Sen

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U.S. Ambassador calls on Panneerselvam

V.S. Aarthi from SBOA, Anna Nagar, won the first prize.
March 1, 2015

How good is your English?

The British Council launched Aptis for Teens, a computer-based English language proficiency test, by conducting an inter-school challenge. Ten schools from Chennai took part and the finalists were... »
March 1, 2015

Q & A

I am in B.Sc. Physics III year. I would like to complete M.Sc. What are the opportunities after M.Sc. in Physics? What are the courses other than M.Sc. after B.Sc.? Does the university matter f... »
At the inauguration of a national conference on emerging trends in banking at NITK Surathkal.
March 1, 2015

MoU signed

Multi-gym: The State Government will sanction a multi-gym to Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara College, Ujire, shortly, K. Abhayachandra Jain, Minister of State for Youth Empowerment, Sports... »
March 1, 2015

Internships

Software developer internship at DailyRoundsCategory: Web development/backendEligibility: Computer science/IT students – UG and PGStipend: Rs.20,000... »
March 1, 2015

Global buzz

Cut in varsity fundingThe Russian government is planning to cut its spending on national universities by 10 per cent, following the ongoing economic crisis and devaluation of its currency. A... »
The overall allocation for the education sector, including higher education, is Rs. 68,968 crore. File Photo: K. Ramesh Babu
NEW DELHI, March 1, 2015
OVER TO THE STATES

Centre drops out of school education

The allocation for the Department of School Education and Literacy in the Union Human Resource Development Ministry has seen a drastic drop; primarily owing to the government’s decision to pass o... »
In Biotechnology, new areas of study and research emerge continuously.
February 22, 2015
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Immense scope for research in Biotechnology

In the previous article, we had highlighted the salient aspects of Biotechnology in very broad terms. Research areas in Biotechnology include genomics, bioinformatics, plant and animal biotechnolo... »
February 22, 2015

The value of an MBA

Business school alumni earn increased compensation, exercise enhanced purchasing power, consistently climb to the executive ranks, and give high marks to the value of their education in driving th... »
GCNI convention
February 22, 2015

Campus capsule

Web observatory A Web Observatory was launched at the International Institute of Information Technology-Bangalore (IIIT-B). It has been set up in partnership with the Web Science T... »
C.N. Ramachandran delivered a lecture.
February 22, 2015

Events in Kolar

Seminar: The Kannada Department of the Government College for Women, Kolar, recently organised a seminar based on optional Kannada textbooks. Inaugurating it, eminent critic C.N. Ramachandr... »

Get ready for QUANTA

SRM's Chemflux from March 23

Scholarship Alert

Education news from around the world

Attitudes to learning

Call to provide amenities at school

HC allows 3 students to continue II year MBBS

CBSE schools demand higher fees

Colleges
N.R. Shetty, Advisor, Nitte Education Trust and former Vice-Chancellor, Bangalore University, inaugurating a sports event at NMIT Campus, Yelahanka.

Campus capsule

Inauguration The new hostel block of Reva University was inaugurated by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, while Higher Education and Tourism Minister R.V. Deshpande and Minister for Agr... »

Global buzz

News from across the world. »
At the inauguration of a national conference on emerging trends in banking at NITK Surathkal.

MoU signed

Multi-gym: The State Government will sanction a multi-gym to Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara College, Ujire, shortly, K. Abhayachandra Jain, Minister of State for Youth Empowerment, Sports... »

Conclave on human resource development

A two-day national conference on “Life skills and youth empowerment” was inaugurated at the Crossland College at Brahmavar in Udupi district on February 24. In his keynote address, Danie... »
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V.S. Aarthi from SBOA, Anna Nagar, won the first prize.

How good is your English?

Take Aptis, a computer-based test from British Council. »
Projects in areas including Harrington Road, 100 ft. Road have forced students and parents to negotiate traffic while in Okkiyam Thoraipakkam, part of the school building has been destroyed. Photo: K. Pichumani, M. Karunakaran.

When schools lose out

The spree of infrastructure projects in the city has inconvenienced students, who have to take detours and even sometimes, sacrifice classrooms »
A total of 13,73,853 students are appearing for the class 10 board examination this year. File photo

CBSE exams commence today

The CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) examinations for standards 10 and 12 commence from Monday.According to a CBSE circular, a total of 13,73,853 students are appearing for the c... »
The overall allocation for the education sector, including higher education, is Rs. 68,968 crore. File Photo: K. Ramesh Babu OVER TO THE STATES

Centre drops out of school education

Govt. has passed on 42 per cent of tax receipts to States as per Finance Commission recommendations »
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Internships

Software developer internship at DailyRoundsCategory: Web development/backendEligibility: Computer science/IT students – UG and PGStipend: Rs.20,000... »

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I am in B.Sc. Physics III year. I would like to complete M.Sc. What are the opportunities after M.Sc. in Physics? What are the courses other than M.Sc. after B.Sc.? Does the university matter f... »
Kailash Satyarthi Student's perspective

Career and compassion

Charmed by Kailash Satyarthi, Sanjna Sudan discovers it's possible to retain one’s childlike passion throughout life. »

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I am pursuing BCA from IP University. I want to know what short-term courses I can pursue to make my profile impressive or should I work in any organisation for work exper... »
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