Forty-four residents of Anwesha Hostel at Kotlaguda were found to be positive for COVID-19
Beirut said in late March that around 1,000 students had managed to leave Ukraine, long a destination for Lebanese seeking more affordable universities
To avail the scheme, recommendation from two faculty members is necessary.
In its annual report, US Citizenship and Immigration Services said the COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact international student enrolment in the United States in 2021
Reports claim that UGC has approved a set of revised guidelines which advises all universities to start a foundation course on human values and professional ethics for the undergraduate level
The Indian Embassy issued a third travel advisory on Thursday asking Indian nationals to remain safe and not leave homes unless necessary and stressed on carrying their documents at all times
The PM e-Vidya programme, an online learning portal, was launched in 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
It was the deadliest school shooting so far this year, according to Everytown For Gun Safety, a group which keeps statistics of mass shootings and lobbies for gun control
The ferry was travelling from Kurinchakeni to the town of Kinniya. It was in operation due to the construction delays of the new bridge being built in the area
Tens of thousands of people were evacuated in the frantic days between the 15 August Taliban takeover and the official end of the evacuation on 30 August.
The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed a plea challenging Kerala government's decision to hold physical exam for Class 11.
As COVID-19 poses challenge to childrens' well-being, here are five tips to help them through lockdown
Loss of well-being was shown to be the greatest cost of lockdowns for students schooling from home in 2020.
Facilitating legitimate travel a top priority: American diplomat on allowing Indian students to go to US
In view of surging COVID-19 infections, President Joe Biden authorised a travel ban for certain non-immigrants from India under a Presidential Proclamation that came into effect on 4 May
Class 12 Boards 2021: Parents' association pens letter to Narendra Modi requesting cancellation of exams
The India Wide Parents Association suggested using an alternative method of assessment 'because the delay in the exam dates is affecting the students' mental health'
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.