Twenty candidates, all male engineers scored 100 percentile in a surprise result of the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2016, which was declared on Monday
Google CEO Sundar Pichai surprised as to how students get into IITs and immediately think about IIMs
Admitting that he used to bunk classes during his engineering days at IIT Kharagpur, Google CEO Sundar Pichai today expressed surprise to find young IITians aiming to get into IIMs even as he stressed on the importance of getting real world experience.
The RSS education wing, on Friday, demanded that the use of English language as the medium of instruction should be eliminated and emphasis, instead should be on the mother tongue, from the HRD ministry, ahead of the constitution of the new education policy, according to a report by The Indian Express.
Every 8-10 years, one sector booms and makes a beeline to IITs and other elite institutions with attractive job offers. The educational institutions need to remember that risk is part and parcel of any job
Featuring many little-known stories and never-before-seen photographs of Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, a book on the former President's life was released by his aide on his first death anniversary.
the globe, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said as he invited Indian IT professionals in the Silicon Valley to actively participate in India's startup movement.
E-commerce giant Flipkart is now facing the heat from the Indian Institute of Management - Ahmedabad after it deferred the joining dates from June to December due to a restructuring exercise for the 18 students it hired, reported The Economic Times.
Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani on 16 May had announced that the Narendra Modi government would bring about such a policy change by 26 May which hopes to bring about an impetus to the education system in India.
In continuation of high-level engagements, President Pranab Mukherjee sets off on a four-day visit to China on Tuesday with an aim to further broaden ties between the two Asian economic giants as he will deliberate on a range of key issues including the contentious ones with the Chinese leadership.
Former chief minister and leader of the opposition PK Dhumal on Wednesday castigated the state government for poor results of government schools and falling standards of education and said that the education system has been “ruined” in the state.
The new education policy will be announced before 26 May when the Narendra Modi government completes two years in office, HRD Minister Smriti Irani said.
What's in a rank? The NIRF ranking methodology is fairly exhaustive and could make the case for Indian universities abroad
The Centre released the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) list of the top universities, engineering colleges, architectural institutions and management institutions.
The ability to embrace change and to be the first mover were some of the most important qualities for students joining any profession, former Infosys CEO Nandan Nilekani said on Thursday.
As Kiran Mazumdar Shaw of Biocon says IITs may beneift from the Make in India campaign, but nobody can be forced to support it
Former President APJ Abdul Kalam was on Monday admitted to a hospital in Shillong following sudden illness.
As people on Twitter mourned the death of Kalam, #DefineKalamIn1Word began trending as people online attempted to describe the great man in one word.
Ending Parliament disruption: Assignment which Dr APJ Abdul Kalam could not give the IIM Shillong students
Working tirelessly even on his last day, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam had planned a surprise assignment for the students of IIM Shillong on finding innovative ways to end disruption in Parliament.
Inspiring stories of students who fought against all odds to achieve their dreams.
The RSS charging the IITs and IIMs with “anti-national” activities is a new low in its freewheeling attempts at saffronisation of higher education in India ever since the BJP government took over.