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The Act empowers the government to set up a Council of Architecture, which may prescribe the minimum standards of education in India and maintain the register of architects
Higher education is not role-play: Why Smriti Irani might impress Rishi Kapoor and not Yechury or Mayawati
Being “upad” and possessing a flair for drama may not be wrong qualifications for a politician; but Smriti Irani, BJP’s star attraction in the Rajya Sabha over the last two days, has proved that both don’t befit a minister handling India’s higher education.
Technology and new pedagogical tools offer exciting opportunities for government and higher education institutions to scale up capacity, at a disproportionately low cost. These same technology tools can make learning richer, more engaging and metrics driven.
To discuss reforms in the higher education sector, HRD Ministry will convene a meeting of state education ministers and secretaries on January 6, Lok Sabha was informed today.
IITs decided to replace the top-20 percentile criteria with a cutoff of 75 percent in 12th standard board exams for admission.
Datawind recently said that it will complete the delivery of 1 lakh units of the Aakash 2 before the end of this month. A statement from the company assures...
A cloud of uncertainty looms over the chances of the second supply deadline being met ...
Rumours surrounding the Aakash 3 tablet have already begun doing the rounds. The tablet will reportedly come with a faster processor, support...
India yesterday showcased the Aakash 2 tablet at the headquarters of the United Nations. This event, though big, comes only days after rumours questioning the...
The Ministry of External Affairs has confirmed that it will go ahead with its plans of showcasing the Aakash 2 tablet at the United Nations.
Datawind, the makers of the low-cost Aakash 2, has refuted claims made by a media report that the tablet is a cheap Chinese import and not Indian.