Sumi Sukanya dutta
Activists send 5,000 letters in pink envelopes demanding implementation of 33% quota for women in Parliament and Assemblies.
21 hours ago
In the new method, encrypted question papers will be sent directly to schools and passwords will be given to them to open the question papers at a specified time.
18 Jul 2018
Years back, the Health Ministry had forced Sir Gangaram Hospital, to offer the liver of a deceased person to a high-profile Hyderabad patient in need of a transplant bypassing the need of another.
15 Jul 2018
The guidelines prescribe a two-level process to decide fee in a particular school in any district every three years and it relies on technology.
13 Jul 2018
After Jio Institute, Centre extends deadline to allow Vedanta group's proposed university to apply for Eminence tag
Special extension of 1 month was granted to Vedanta's proposed Vedanta University in Odisha to allow them to apply for the coveted tag that promises to grant complete academic and financial autonomy.
12 Jul 2018
People criticizing selection of Jio Institute only because of prejudices: Former chief election commissioner N Gopalaswami
On Monday, the Union Human Resources Development ministry had said that 6 institutes and three private institutes inlcuding Jio Institute-will be accorded the "Institute of Eminence".
11 Jul 2018
The selection of Jio Institute - whose existence cannot be found even through a Google search - however, has triggered a collective murmur.
10 Jul 2018
Sources added that there were reports in 2016 that the juvenile convict had changed his name and was working in a roadside eatery away from Delhi with help of an NGO.
10 Jul 2018
Sumi Sukanya Dutta finds that India has no dedicated law to tackle online trolling and nobody with a strong political or social viewpoint that goes against a certain ideology enjoys any immunity.
08 Jul 2018
New funding model will lead to fast-tracking of infrastructure projects at institutes, says Javadekar
The minister was addressing media a day after the Union cabinet gave nod to the Higher Education Funding Agency to expand its capital base to Rs 1 lakh crore in next four years.
05 Jul 2018
The draft report says that 92 per cent children going to government schools are benefitting from mid-day meal while 80 per cent of the parents surveyed agreed that the scheme has improved attandance.
04 Jul 2018
The Indian Institutes of Technology are set to churn out more women civil and mechanical engineers as many of the 779 female-only seats, added this year, have been allocated to the two streams.
01 Jul 2018
Fifty-three years after the first organ transplant was carried out in India in a Mumbai hospital, at least 12 states are yet to clock their first transplant surgeries, reflecting the dismal evolution
01 Jul 2018
The developments highlight how NEET, introduced in 2016 as a panacea to regularise medical education, has failed to achieve the target of regulating medical education in India and the rot runs deep.
24 Jun 2018
On the government’s intervention, IIT Kanpur—the organising institute of JEE-Advanced 2018 —lowered the cut-off and included about 13,000 more students.
21 Jun 2018