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School students may have longer vacation

Times of India, Updated On:28-Aug-2013

Schoolchildren in the city may get to enjoy a prolonged winter vacation this season. Though private schools generally break for holidays for a week or 10 days at the end of the year, the Directorate of Education (DoE) issued a circular on Tuesday advising them to stay shut from December 26 to Januar

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No freeze on Engineering Colleges: AICTE

Express News Service , The New Indian Express, Updated On:13-Dec-2011

Vacancies in technical colleges piling up, the Odisha Government’s request to AICTE not to give affiliation to new institutions has been turned down.

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Bhopal Engineers prefer GATE over CAT B-schools

Times of India, Updated On:23-Mar-2013

The charm of management schools are gradually fading away, at least in the state capital. Techies especially the engineering graduates are slowly reversing the trend of making a beeline at B- schools and instead are focusing on higher studies in Engineering and related fields.

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10 Percent Candidates did not take CAT 2012 test

Hindustan Times, Updated On:22-Jul-2013

Around 10% of the candidates who registered for the Common Admission Test (CAT) this year did not take the test, compared to around 9% who dropped out last year, according to the latest data. While 2.06 lakh students from across the country registered for the test this year.

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Cloud Computing offers Indian Information Technology new growth opportunities

The Economic Times, Updated On:13-Dec-2011

Cloud computing would emerge as the key advance in IT services and applications, says Gartner, the technology research firm, in its forecasts for 2012.

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One year MBA vs. Two year MBA The big debate between one-year MBA and two-year MBA has been going on for quite some time now. The question that is still haunting several B-schools and industry exper

Minglebox.com, Updated On:16-Jan-2013

As per Kapil Sibal, the HRD minister the factors that determine progress have changed in every era.

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Education Footprint

Times of india, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

Education Footprint

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Right to Education Campaign to Commence from Today

Times of india, Updated On:16-Jan-2013

Right to Education Campaign to Commence from Today

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Quality of education in India remains poor: World Bank

Times of India, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

Quality of education in India remains poor: World Bank

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Chennai Medical university reverses 50 Percent mark norm

Times Of India, Updated On:23-Jul-2013

Chennai: Medical university reverses 50% mark norm

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Cambridge launches study on ancient India

Times of India, Updated On:29-Apr-2012

Cambridge launches study on ancient India

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UG in UK

Times of India, Updated On:29-Apr-2012

UG In Uk

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Review School Education

Times of India, Updated On:29-Apr-2012

A recent study brings out the critical challenges in the rural Indian education system. Aaditi Isaac reports

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PhD scholar cleared of bribe allegation

Times of india, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

A trial court has acquitted a PhD student of Delhi University, facing trial for demanding bribe from a BA student after allegedly catching him with copying material, on the ground that he was not a public servant.

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Nursery admission: School body lays down new rules

Times of India, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

New Delhi: With the nursery admission process in city schools all set to begin from December 15, the School Action Committee (SAC) -- a forum of six private school organizations -- has prepared a set of admission guidelines for schools to follow.

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DU students bid adieu to ‘Bhupen da’

Times of India, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

Over 200 students from Delhi University congregated at the Faculty of Arts to condole the demise of music maestro Dr Bhupen Hazarika on Saturday. The students, hailing mostly from Assam and the rest of Northeast, and studying in colleges in the North and South campus, lit candles and also held a pra

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Major admission racket unearthed in Ramjas 29 Suspected Of Forging Marks FIR Filed Against Four

Times of India, Updated On:23-Mar-2013

New Delhi: Four months after Delhi University was rocked by an admission racket involving fake caste certificates, the police have filed fresh cases against four students who allegedly got admission in Ramjas College on forged marksheets and other documents.

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Destitute children can’t go to school as govt depts wrangle

Times of India, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

There was a ray of hope for 44 of the 392 destitute children at Asha Kiran Home in Rohini when the Directorate of Education (DoE) declared them eligible for mainstream education earlier this year. But a tussle between the education and social welfare departments of the Delhi government has got in th

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MBA student returns from US kills self

TIMES NEWS NETWORK , Updated On:23-Mar-2013

New Delhi: A 27-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide by jumping off the fifth floor of her apartment in Vikaspuri area of west Delhi on Friday morning. The deceased, identified as Sonali Nautiyal, was pursuing MBA in US and had come back to India a few months ago. Sonali had gone to study

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Nursery admission: School body lays down new rules

Times of India, Updated On:30-Nov--0001

Nursery admission: School body lays down new rules

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