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The TRS MP was criticised by the duo of Congress Khairatabad candidate Sravan Dasoju and TDP member Veerendar Tulla Goud.
Former President Pranab Mukherjee stressed on the need to strengthen India's young workforce to build on the demographic dividend.
The Literacy Mission survey found 918 TG persons were interested in pursuing education till the higher secondary level.
The minister who inaugurated the refresher course held at the Government Women’s College led a class for the participants on the molecular machine.
The PIL was seeking implementation of the Right to Education Act to bring 3.5 crore poor kids into the formal schooling system.
Helmed by 'Gulaab Gang' director Soumik Sen, this is the second flick from Hashmi's production house- Emraan Hashmi Films.
Education department decides to allot only AP government schools for SSC exams; private managements cry foul
Speaking to TNIE, a senior official of School Education Department said, “Some private schools have been accused of leaking question papers to their students.
Due to GHMC’s ‘covert’ measures, the students of Alpha School, who were evicted twice in the past, are once again faced with displacement to make way for the Rainbow Park.
This marks the fifth consecutive year that the total number of students pursuing higher education in the United States has grown.
This is surprising considering that the study revealed that one in two children spends two to three hours daily on the internet.
The Pakistan government has consistently invested far less in education than is recommended by international standards.
In 2017, Pakistan spent less than 2.8 percent of its GDP on education — far below recommended standards of 4 to 6 percent.
The Prime Minister will visit Singapore on November 14-15 for a series of regional summits related to East Asia and will have a breakfast meeting with ASEAN leaders.
The state government’s education loan repayment support scheme (ELRS) was one among the several projects stalled after the once-a-century floods that ravaged the state.
The stark difference could be seen in this year’s SSC results as the pass percentage in residential schools was above 90 percent whereas in zilla parishad schools it was just about 75 percent.