IITs, technical institutes asked to close courses with vacant seats
23 Mar 2017
CBSE revamps exam, assessment format for Classes 6 to 9
22 Mar 2017
HRD to seek fellowship refund from IIT scholars if they leave midway
16 Mar 2017
FTII to add more technology driven courses
15 Mar 2017
The Ministry of Human Resource Development has prepared a draft bill in this regard which has already been sent for consideration by the Cabinet.
14 Mar 2017
It was decidedly unusual to hear a Nobel Laureate advocating anger. Stranger still when that comes from a person who has won the Nobel Peace Prize.
05 Mar 2017
The Nobel laureate said that educating every single child in the world was not a pipe dream, seeing as how it would cost a fraction of what America smokes and Europe powder puffs.
With institutions mushrooming around the country, quality of law education has been hit.
During an open and outspoken session at TNIE’s ThinkEdu Conclave, the incumbent Puducherry Lieutenant Governor said that what we really needed was more more leaders and not politicians.
Religious education must have no place in schools, said former Union minister and senior Congress leader Manish Tewari.
Modern knowledge is often identified with the scientific method. Whereas, when it comes to human activities, concerned with problem-solving, it should involve both the ancient and modern practices.
We have five-star hospitals that offer the best treatment for the rich but what about the aam admi? A panel of experts at the ThinkEdu Conclave harped on improving nutrition and sanitation in India.
Thought-provoking debates, insightful discourse marked the inaugural day of the ThinkEdu Conclave’s fifth edition, aimed at igniting bright minds.
04 Mar 2017
India’s education system is still stuck making clerks and blue-collar workers, pointed out Shourya Doval, Director of India Foundation.
Delivering the keynote address at The New Indian Express’ ThinkEdu Conclave, the Chairman shot out a combination of digital and cultural solutions to fast-track changes that the system needs.
Javadekar was responding to questions after delivering the inaugural address at the fifth edition of ThinkEdu Conclave, an annual education summit, organised by The New Indian Express.
A panel discussion around this trending topic - ‘How Can a Make in India education be made Aspirational?’ happened at the ThinkEdu Conclave’s first day.
Something as simple as loosening the rigid structure of our academic institutes can go a long way in promoting creativity in students.
Technological development and innovation are the key to country’s prosperity, Union Human Resource Minister Prakash Javedakar said.
Chairman of Tata Sons bats for overhauling the system through digital enterprise; says leveraging existing physical assets by adding digital muscle would allow the existing system.
This time too, heavy-weights from the fields of politics, academics and social activism will weigh in on the present and the future of education in our country.
02 Mar 2017
Apart from this, the management of the Institution would be Board driven and the Chairperson and Director of an Institution will be selected by the Board.
24 Jan 2017
According to government norms, the curricula and syllabi should be revised every four years for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
03 Jan 2017
Sugata Mitra of Newcastle University, UK opens the smallest school in the Cloud research lab in India, finds Mathew Joy Mathew
10 Oct 2016
A 16-year-old makes mysterious outer space concepts simple, finds Seema Rajpal
PM Modi celebrates Diwali with jawans at LoC
India lose top ODI spot to South Africa
Catalonia leader threatens to declare independence
Report of attack on Bengaluru woman for cow vigilantism false: police
Jacinda Ardern to become next New Zealand PM
11 booked for bursting crackers in Chandigarh
US VP, Ivanka Trump send Diwali wishes
Jammu and Kashmir: Prime Minister Modi celebrates Diwali with jawans at Line of Control
Muslim cleric Mufti Mukkaram backs fatwa banning posting pictures on social media
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Russian TV star and 'It Girl' announces presidential bid
FBI opens investigation into South Africa's Gupta family over corruption links: Report
LG, Qualcomm to collaborate for autonomous driving technologies
Felt like my first game again, says South Africa batsman AB de Villiers post whirlwind 176
Will be on the tour for a long time: Maria Sharapova