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Mar 13, 2018
'Indian Scientists: The Saga of Inspired Minds' is a book that seeks to bring out the moments of inspiration of scientistsThe book, published by Vigyan Prasar, was formally released by Minister for Science and Technology Dr Harsh Vardhan.
Feb 10, 2018
CBSE shatters dreams of many MBBS aspirants with sudden, arbitrary changes to NEET 2018 rules, but does it care?The new rules introduced in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2018 shows how the authorities don't care much about safeguarding student's interests
Nov 06, 2017
Smart India Hackathon 2018: Here are the problems the hackathon will attempt to fix next yearPersistent Systems, a Pune-based IT company is all set to organise Smart India Hackathon 2018 next year in collaboration with AICTE, MHRD and i4c.
Jun 13, 2017
Erosion of public universities' autonomy: Is education on the way to become a privilege in India?How safe are our public universities for religious minorities and Dalits? How accessible are they for the underprivileged who have limited financial resources to support their education? These are some of the pressing questions that need to be urgently addressed.
Jun 11, 2017
HRD ministry asks states to send regular online updates about school-wise Aadhaar enrolmentMHRD, which made Aadhaar card mandatory for mid-day meals, has told states and union territories to update it about the progress made by them in enrolment.
May 07, 2017
University of Allahabad agitation: Damage done to students’ lives here will reverberate across IndiaThe University of Allahabad has been witnessing large scale student protests since last month — the Allahabad High Court and administration have demanded a ‘wash-out’ of the students (complete vacating of hostels).
Apr 20, 2017
Undergraduate research: A way forward to better global rankings of Indian institutesWith the release of the various global rankings every year, it is reiterated over and over that Indian institutes fare poorly in these rankings because of their appalling scores in research.
Jan 17, 2017
Rohith Vemula, one year on: Severe administrative failures still dot academic landscapeBut what perhaps is the greatest administrative failure that still remains is this, if Vemula wished to speak to someone about his predicament, the University of Hyderabad's medical centre, would be ill equipped with mental health professionals to assist him as it lacks any.
Nov 04, 2016
Teachers take a selfie: Maharashtra govt to adopt new method to check school dropout rateTo keep a check on the rising number of dropouts from state-run schools, the Maharashtra government has decided to go the 'selfie' route.
Jun 06, 2016
Left parties urge HRD Ministry to withdraw key amendment to UGC rulesFour Left parties on Monday urged the Human Resource Development Ministry to withdraw the third amendment to the UGC regulations.