It is important to note that the Directorate of Technical Education (DOTE) also released the results for the Typewriting (English and Tamil) and Accountancy exams
JEE Main-NEET 2020 exams row: Opposition leaders are at loggerheads with academicians as Centre pushes for entrance tests
While the the Centre's decision to hold NEET, JEE exams amid COVID-19 has found support among academicians, more Opposition leaders have joined the bandwagon opposing the move
From limiting screen time to number of classes per day, HRD ministry issues guidelines for online education
In the guideline called 'Pragyata', the HRD ministry has recommended that the duration for online classes for pre-primary students should not be for more than 30 minutes
The Family Bell is an alarm-like reminder that can be broadcast from a Nest Home smart display or speaker at a set time.
Indian students may not consider themselves 'stranded' owing to the crutch of technology but they do have substantial issues to deal with at a young age.
Schools reopen in Kashmir Valley after being shut since abrogation of Article 370; all security arrangements in place, say officials
The students were happy to be back at the schools after remaining home all these months
IIMC students call off hunger strike against fee hike after administration accepts demands; last date for fee submission extended till 31 March
The administration has agreed to share details of the committee that will decide the new fee structure
Ordinary People, Extraordinary Teachers: Read an excerpt from S Giridhar's book on committed, resilient educators
One of the many core beliefs and pedagogical practices observed by S Giridhar in Indian rural government schools was that the teachers try to make the learning experience interesting for each child and respect the existing knowledge they bring to the classroom, using it to build new knowledge.
In Jamia students' anti-CAA protests are echoes of the university's challenge to British occupation of India
A century ago, Jamia Millia Islamia was founded as an act of resistance against the British occupation of India. As part of his Non-Cooperation Movement, Mahatma Gandhi had called for the boycott of all educational institutions supported or run by the colonial regime.
Narendra Modi pitches 'Make in India' during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020', asks students to strengthen country's economy by buying India-made products
The third edition of Modi's interaction programme with school students 'Pariksha Pe Charcha 2020' is being held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi
JNU extends winter semester registration date till 15 January, says students will not have to pay any fine
JNU had announced that date had been extended as information and communication service systems of university had been severely damaged
Arundhati Roy visits Jamia to express solidarity with students protesting CAA and NRC, says 'maybe one day govt will be in detention centre'
Arndhuti Roy visited gate number seven of the university, which has become a site of protest against the police action
Jamia Millia Islamia to reopen today after extended winter vacation following violent anti-CAA protests in December
According to an official statement released by the university, the remaining odd-semester examinations will start from 9 January for most of the post-graduate courses, and examinations for undergraduate courses will, however, start from 16 January
Struggle against fee hikes, draconian rules is a battle for public education as we know it, writes JNU graduate
The admission statistics put out by JNU administration show that in 2017, at least 317 candidates were from families whose monthly income was below Rs 6,000 and at least 306 candidates whose monthly income is between Rs 6,001 to Rs 12,000
Narendra Modi to inaugurate 5th India International Science Festival in Kolkata today; PM to address IISF gathering via video
IISF is an annual event organised jointly by science and technology-related ministries and departments of Indian government, Vijnana Bharati (Vibha), which is being held in Kolkata this year
Kashmir after Article 370: Valley's students in dilemma after authorities announce annual exam schedule, say syllabus not complete
Parents, students are wary that if exams are conducted on schedule without any reduction in the syllabus, the students may not secure good marks
Daily Bulletin: Jammu and Kashmir opens up to tourists after 2-month-long restrictions; Karnataka Assembly session begins today; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Karnataka Assembly session to commence from today; opposition likely to corner BJP over flood relief; Rahul Gandhi to appear in Surat Court in defamation case today; and more
Day 66 after Article 370 revocation in Kashmir: State administration reopens colleges in Valley but students stay away
On Wednesday, the 66th-day shutdown, normal life continued to remain disrupted across Kashmir
Farooq Abdullah demands unconditional release of all detainees for political process to begin in Jammu and Kashmir
National Conference president Farooq Abdullah has demanded the unconditional release of all those detained or arrested in the wake of abrogation of Article 370 for any political process to begin in the state