Delhi University constitutes committee to look at implementation of EWS quota for MPhil, PhD courses
The committee constituted by Delhi University has effected a 10 per cent increase in seats for the EWS in undergraduate and postgraduate admissions
Born in Venice in 1646, Piscopia went on to learn several languages, subjects and many musical instruments such as the harpsichord, clavichord, harp and violin.
Ram Nath Kovind in Australia: India, Australia exchange five MoUs focusing on disability, trade, mining research, education
India and Australia exchanged five MoUs in the presence of Canberra's foreign minister of Australia Marise Payne and Union minister Anantkumar Hegde during President Ramnath Kovind's maiden visit to the island nation.
Anna University has released the result of the Under Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) exams conducted in April and May. The students can check their result on the official websites of Anna University that is aucoe.annauniv.edu and coe1.annauniv.edu.
NTSE 2018 results: NCERT to soon announce names of students selected for scholarships; check at ncert.nic.in
The NTSE 2018 results will be announced soon by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). Aspirants who gave the exam on 13 May 2018 can download their result in the PDF format from official website: ncert.nic.in
HRD ministry notifies new UGC-approved norms on plagiarism: Teachers to lose jobs, students their registrations
The HRD ministry's approval follows the UGC meeting in March, at which it prescribed graded punishment for plagiarism.
HRD ministry makes PhD mandatory for recruitment of university teachers from 2021, aims to improve quality of higher education
A masters degree with National Eligibility Test (NET) or PhD would continue to be the minimum eligibility criteria for direct recruitment in colleges.
Bengaluru resident and PhD research student Atreyee Majumdar who had been missing since 4 April has been found.
Delhi: PhD scholar at AIIMS attempts suicide after complaining of mental harassment, abuse by academic supervisor
A 36-year-old PhD student at AIIMS allegedly attempted suicide, accusing his supervisor of mental harassment, abuse and delay in his fellowship.
A PhD scholar at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has been reported to have gone missing since 10 March, reported media outlets.
JNU compulsory attendance row: Ill-conceived circular severely affects day scholars, must be revisited
The JNU administration must come up with concrete answers. Either classes must be started, for which attendance can be marked, compulsory attendance must be done away with.
The HRD Ministry on Thursday said the Prime Minister Research Fellowship scheme will be implemented from the coming academic session, under which 1,000 meritorious BTech students will get monthly scholarships of Rs 70,000 and a one-time research grant of Rs 2 lakh
A 26-year-old student, pursuing PhD at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi, has gone missing from the campus, the police said.
DU has shelved its decision to hold online entrance tests for its M Phil, PhD and PG programmes as it feels that conducting these along with the offline format won't be feasible.
A bill has been re-introduced in the House of Representatives that seeks exemption for foreign-born persons with an American PhD from the limits on the number of employment-based green cards and H-1B visas awarded
JNU seat cut row: Hiding under garb of 'improving' research is a systematic clampdown on higher education
The seat cuts in JNU are as much unreasonable as they confirm the systematic clampdown of an institution, not to mention by deceitful means.
Ravi Viswanathan, 32, is the first from the 1,500 people strong Alu Kurumba tribe in the Nilgiris to pursue a doctorate and become a teacher
The rise of JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar and his band of comrades will have enhanced the prestige and underscored the significance of the social sciences-humanities. This is because these are precisely the subjects Kanhaiya and his friends study
The Gujarat Government wants the PhD students in the state to do research on the government schemes and has issued a list of possible topics.
Graduates, post-graduates and even PhD holders are among the 23 lakh applicants vying for the post of peon in Uttar Pradesh government secretariat.