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Students learning French at the Alliance Francaise centre in Chennai. Photo: Shaju John
The Hindu Students learning French at the Alliance Francaise centre in Chennai. Photo: Shaju John

Français anyone?

Teacher, translator or tourist guide, learning French can throw open a host of career possibilities. »
Bridging the space. Photo: R. Ragu

Prying eyes or protector?

Social media sites run by students are often funny and engaging. But when things take an ugly turn, how can the university intervene? »

Teachers and students differ on the use of cellphones on campus

A 23-member committee has brought out a report which recommendeds a ban as a step to curb rape and other such incidents »
British Deputy High Commissioner, Mike Nithavrianakis (right) during an interaction with the Economic Advisor to the Chief Minister, Shaffi Mather at the Chevening and Uinted Kingdom Alumni Meet organised by the British High Commission in Thiruvananthapuram. A file photo: S. Gopakumar.

UK promises more Chevening scholarships in India

Minister of State in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Hugo Swire told a group of journalists on July 8, a day prior to an event to be held at Chevening House marking 30 years of the UK’s prestigio... »

Rise in students writing SSC in English medium

Students opting for Telugu medium in schools seem to be going down as the number appearing for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examinations this year in the regular mode has seen a dip by ne... »
July 20, 2014

Fellowship in public health research

The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), a statutory body under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, have launched... »
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