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Gunman kills 7 in drive-by shooting spree in California college town
World

Gunman kills 7 in drive-by shooting spree in California college town

The gunman got into two battles with deputies during Friday night's rampage in the beach side community of Isla Vista before crashing his black BMW into a parked car, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said.

Stephen’s begins probe against DU Teachers’ Association head
India

Stephen’s begins probe against DU Teachers’ Association head

The governing body at St Stephens college in North Campus, New Delhi, has begun an inquiry against Nandita Narain, the president of the Delhi University Teacher's Association (DUTA) and senior mathematics teacher.

Palash Sen raises hackles at IIT-B: Are there good-looking girls here?
India

Palash Sen raises hackles at IIT-B: Are there good-looking girls here?

In an essay that has now gone viral online, Asrpita Biswas wrote about comments made by singer Palash Sen, who commented on how there were not many beautiful women in IIT, and how the male students shouldn't worry, since they would graduate and find women who would "belo rotis" for them.

Apt pupil: Karnataka college teaches lone student
India

Apt pupil: Karnataka college teaches lone student

Sunil Kamble, is the only student of the two year D.Ed course at the District Institute of Education and Training in Dharwad.

Bill to make accreditation compulsory for universities tweaked by HRD
India

Bill to make accreditation compulsory for universities tweaked by HRD

The HRD Ministry has tweaked a bill aimed at making accreditation of higher educational institutes compulsory, dropping jail term for contravention of provisions, as it prepares to get the legislation passed in the ongoing session of Parliament

Less than half of Indian graduates are employable: report
Economy

Less than half of Indian graduates are employable: report

India churns out tens of thousands of graduates each year but less than half of them are "employable" or possess the basic skills necessary for any industry role, says a report

St Stephen's cut-off out: Above 95% for most courses, 98% for Eco, English
India

St Stephen's cut-off out: Above 95% for most courses, 98% for Eco, English

The cut-offs for Chemistry, Physics, History and Philosophy were also above 95 per cent for general category students and more than almost 90 percent for those under SC/ST category.

College student charged with double shooting at Virginia campus
World

College student charged with double shooting at Virginia campus

REUTERS - A community college student who graduated from a police department "citizen academy" program last year was charged on Friday with shooting and wounding two women at a shopping mall-based campus in southwestern Virginia, police said. The suspected gunman, Neil Allen MacInnis, 18, is accused of driving to the shopping center on Friday, walking into a satellite campus of the New River Community College inside the mall and opening fire on the two women as bystanders scrambled for cover

North Korea's peasant army gets ready to farm, not wage war
World

North Korea's peasant army gets ready to farm, not wage war

SEOUL (Reuters) - As a North Korean army signaller near the tense sea border with the South, Lee So-yeon was given live ammunition and a steel helmet during a 1993 crisis, but soon found herself back doing what she and her comrades did most - farming. It's a vital service in a country where millions cannot find enough to eat. That crisis 20 years ago - Pyongyang announced it was quitting a global nuclear pact - eventually passed

Now Universities in California offer online classes for $150 a course
News & Analysis

Now Universities in California offer online classes for $150 a course

Online courses are seeing a surge in relevance these days. According to The New York Times, the state of California is planning to offer a range of...

'Only 21% of MBA's in India are employable'
India

'Only 21% of MBA's in India are employable'

The employability of management graduates in India has declined in the past five years, as only 21 percent of MBAs surveyed are 'employable', a study has said.

There is freedom of choice in school education too
Life

There is freedom of choice in school education too

Alternate education systems move away from the routine of mainstream education and have helped build stronger, independent and more confident students

IBM Opens Centers Of Excellence At Six Colleges In Maharashtra
Biztech

IBM Opens Centers Of Excellence At Six Colleges In Maharashtra

IBM will provide the colleges with access to technologies relevant to the market and with training faculty to ensure that the right skills are taught.

Online Resources for Students
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Online Resources for Students

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