Why More Indian Students are Applying to Canadian Universities
The number of students applying from India to Canadian institutes has increased sharply this year.
Zeroing in on Zero
Indians are convinced they discovered the zero. Can they prove it?
The Right Information
The Right to Information Act inspires Indian activists.
Chasing the American Dream
The global economic crisis is hardly dissuading Indian students from chasing the great American dream. According to data...
Teachers, Sometimes Hot, Sometimes Cute
"Mera Naam Joker" brought a school boy's infatuation with his teacher to the big screen. Rishi Kapoor, as the adolescent Raju, was shown smitten by his teacher, Miss Mary, essayed by Simi Garewal.
B-Schools Add Campuses to Broaden Presence
Some Indian business schools are setting up new campuses across the country in an attempt to meet demand for MBAs, executive education programmes and consulting services, and, through these, increase revenue and brand presence and prepare for competi
NCERT to be Accorded University Status
HRD Minister Kapil Sibal today strongly backed the need to revise the scholarship amount under the prestigious National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) Scheme.
Court Approves CBSE Abolition of Class 10 Exams
The Delhi High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition challenging the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education to abolish exams in Class 10 and instead use grading system for evaluation in Classes 10 and 9.
Educomp Solutions Defers $250 Million Fund Raising, Shares Down
India's education services provider Educomp Solutions on Friday said it has deferred a proposal to raise up to $250 million through a share sale due to poor market conditions.
Say no to Ragging
It is said that the road to hell is paved with good intentions. This truly stands correct in the case of ragging. Though ragging was intended to provide good humour and harmless fun to students, today it has assumed torturous, vulgar and inhuman