Delhi HC order restraining appointment of guest teachers puts a spanner in ambitious 'Chunauti 2018' programme
The Delhi education department is facing an acute shortage of teachers to operate the 163 National Institute of Open Schooling centres it opened up recently.
The dowry controversy was an unwarranted but deeply damaging attack on St. Joseph's College, Bengaluru. It also revealed several interesting problems
BHU students' protests: Varsity is now a rehabilitation centre for incompetent, lumpen legatees of academic dons
The recent episode is indicative of a morbid atrophy that has afflicted the BHU's soul.
While adding new courses and upgrading the department is a welcome step, the timing of the decision raised eyebrows as results of 14 subjects out of 477 are yet to be out.
PUSC Election 2017: Panjab University sees rise of Left leaning SFS; flashy cars, cash trend no more
While most parties contest elections and also win by alliances in PU, SFS is going all alone, all its four candidates are contesting the election on their own strength.
Fingers are being pointed at Deshmukh for imposing the online assessment system for paper checking at a time when the university was little prepared for it with a lack of trained personnel and necessary infrastructure.
Privatisation of education, prisons, infrastructure won't yield results; our public assets are not meant to be sold
Privatisation through disinvestment, subsidising private corporations in profit-making ventures, and economic planning to serve private interests are the hallmark of this government's policy.
A senior office-bearer of the IIMC Alumni Association resigned from the body, alleging "systematic saffronisation" of the institute
Mumbai University results: Over a lakh students still await marks as institute fails to declare new date
What's making matters worse is a lack of clarity regarding information, with the varsity neither giving out reasons for the delay nor mentioning dates on which they are likely to be announced.
Reform is essential, particularly in light of Mumbai University’s unbridled inefficiencies, but not at the cost of such disruption.
The governor also appointed Dhiren Patel, director of Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute (VJTI), as the Acting Pro Vice Chancellor of the university.
Trump administration will probe complaint by four Indian-American organisations that Harvard University discriminates against students from the communities
Considering the Mumbai University has abysmally failed to adhere to the deadline set by Maharashtra governor C Vidyasagar Rao, he may be forced to sack vice-chancellor Sanjay Deshmukh, said sources in the governor's office
Mumbai University is racing against time to deliver the results of over 400 examinations held in March and April this year.
If President Kovind can follow in Governor Kovind's footsteps, India’s higher education will be well-served
President-elect Ram Nath Kovind's social background will give a further thrust to the plebian ethos in the management of higher education.
DHE Odisha degree admissions 2017: Third merit list to be released today, check results at dheodisha.gov.in
The Department of Higher Education (DHE) in Odisha will release the third selection list for plus three admissions on Tuesday
Karnataka 2017 SSLC supplementary exam results to be declared today: Check grades on kseeb.kar.nic.in
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will announce results for the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) supplementary exams on Thursday
The Department of Higher Education (DHE) in Odisha on Wednesday released the second selection list for the plus three admissions
DHE Odisha Degree Admissions 2017 to be declared today: Check first selection list on dheodisha.gov.in
The result for the DHE Odisha Degree Admissions 2017 will be declared today. The candidates can check the first list at the official website, dheodisha.gov.in.
The HRD ministry has directed the University Grants Commission (UGC) to conduct a fresh inspection of 44 institutions labelled "unworthy" of being given a deemed varsity status by a government panel in 2009.