Pearl Maria D’Souza 

Farmers take high-interest loans to send kids to college

However, twice this year, he found his college degree slipping out of his grasp. 

03 Oct 2020

‘Exposure to virus can build immunity’

Immunity can only be increased by being exposed to pathogens, said the alumni.

26 Sep 2020

1,400 more schools come under English umbrella in Karnataka

The State will embark on a major project to more than double the number of government schools imparting education in English, which is being introduced in Class 1.

25 Sep 2020

Australian Space Agency working with ISRO on Gaganyaan

Partnerships can be either between our space agencies or through private sector collaboration between our burgeoning space industries, she told TNIE.

24 Sep 2020

Relieve lecturers from Covid duty, chief secy tells BBMP

They are burdened as colleges have opened and examinations are being held

17 Sep 2020

Suspend Vidyagama immediately: Horatti

Horatti referred to several reports to claim that even students participating in the Vidyagama scheme had tested positive.

30 Aug 2020

Gap remains, only 50 per cent SC/ST students make the cut

 This year, students from Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe backgrounds have fared poorly, compared to their general category counterparts and own performance in 2019.

16 Jul 2020

Final-year engineering students ask govt to reconsider exams

Students pointed out that they would have to travel long distances to their colleges, exposing them to the risk of contracting Covid-19, if regular exams are held.

16 Jul 2020

Private school teachers: We will boycott SSLC evaluation

Demand unpaid salaries, special package and release of RTE funds

08 Jul 2020

Kidwai blood bank running dry with no donation camps

With Kidwai running out of blood, patients would have no choice but to approach private blood banks, which charge up to Rs 1,000 for a unit

07 Jul 2020

‘Can’t determine amount of Sukhoi indigenisation’

Defence PSU HAL has got a shot in the arm with the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) approving the procurement of 12 Sukhoi (Su-30Mki) fighters from HAL.

03 Jul 2020

Transfer lecturers first, forum tells govt

Members of the association alleged that transfers in the department of pre-university education have been held unscientifically.

03 Jul 2020

SSLC exam to continue despite spike in COVD-19 cases among students

Besides this, SSLC officials in Pavagada, Tumakuru, were quarantined when an official who visited the centre tested positive.

29 Jun 2020

Nehru Planetarium to webcast solar eclipse on Sunday

In the city, obscuration of the Sun by the Moon will start at 10:12 am and will cover a maximum of around 40 per cent of the Sun at 11:47 am.

21 Jun 2020

PU evaluation in select centres starts on Thursday

To hasten the announcement of results, the education department will start evaluation in a select few centres on May 21.

20 May 2020