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Covid positive cases increase in Bengaluru school, boarding students urged to go home

The positive cases reported on Thursday at The International School Bangalore are said to be asymptomatic and the school is managing the boarders through quarantine.

27 Nov 2021

Govt must stop giving cycles and start giving laptops to students: Ex-SBI Chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya

Bhattacharya agreed that there is definitely a huge need among the less privileged, because they dont have access to online material as the well to do.

16 Nov 2021

VP Naidu to inaugurate Bengaluru Tech Summit 2021, PM Modi to address virtually on November 18

Among the 30 plus countries participating in the three even event are first timers South Africa, Vietnam, and UAE.

16 Nov 2021

Campus placements a nightmare for industries

Students who join a company through campus placements have a tendency to quit the job early.

14 Nov 2021

Second PUC exams from November 29

The exams begin and end with language papers and will be held in two sessions -- morning 9 am to 12:15 PM and afternoon 2 PM to 5:15 PM.

12 Nov 2021

Karnataka minister recalls ideas of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee during state NEP orientation for officials

Questions of financing the infrastructure and human resource increase still lie before the department, says principal secretary.

11 Nov 2021

Former UGC chairman Sukhadeo Thorat alleges lack of equity as NEP 2020 guns for quality

Prof Thorat expounded that the duration of a degree course not just increases the cost of education but also creates a hierarchy within the degree.

31 Oct 2021

RIP Puneeth Rajkumar: 'Remembering the education ambassador and youth icon'

Many expressed shock at the news of the actor's demise and said that the actor, who was known for his simplicity, showed special interest in the education of government school children.

29 Oct 2021

Karnataka aims to upgrade mediocre engineering Colleges to ‘Super 30’; VTU VC to head committee

Government colleges will be considered on priority for the scheme in the districts, and in case there is no government college, private engineering colleges will be selected, Naryana clarified.

22 Oct 2021

Karnataka: Eggs in mid-day meals will be implemented from December

A team of education department officials will set out for Tamil Nadu on Thursday for a pilot study to learn their full fledged implementation of eggs in midday meals scheme.

05 Oct 2021

NSIL's first demand driven communication satellite mission GSAT-24 launch expected in early 2022

The 4-tonne class Ku-band satellite is owned by NSIL and Tata Sky will be renumerating them for using the services of the same.

02 Oct 2021

Karnataka Examination Authority marks will decide appointment of assistant prof; no interviews

While other subjects will have only multiple-choice questions, exam for Kannada and English subjects will have descriptive answers only.

02 Oct 2021

Just 19.43% in Karnataka clear Teacher Eligibility Test

 Just 19.43 per cent of 2,31,886 candidates managed to clear the Karnataka Teacher Eligibility Test (KARTET) this year, the results of which were declared on Monday.

14 Sep 2021

ISRO launches merchandise to popularise space activities among youth

Three out of 9 registered merchandisers are from Karnataka

29 Jul 2021

Colleges in Karnataka to be reopened soon; pending 'odd' semester exams to be completed by Aug 15

The practical examinations for diploma odd semesters (semester one, three and five) will be held from July 26-27 and the theory examinations will be held from August 2 to 21.

18 Jul 2021