OBC's 10% Relief is on Eligibility Marks: Apex Court
Other Backward Classes (OBC) students will qualify for admissions if they have 10 per cent less marks than the eligibility level fixed for the general category students, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Indian Graduate Student Population in US Grows by 8%
The number of Indian students coming to the US for graduate-level studies has increased by eight per cent from 2010 to 2011, while those from China topped the list with a record rise of 23 per cent, according to the Council of Graduate Schools.
Latha Janet is the only blind teacher in her village in South India. And the lessons she gives are learned from life.
Disillusioned IITian Lights Bonfire of PhD Degree
India Tops in Academic Fraud
Scientific misconduct in India has risen four times since the nineties, pushing the country to the top of the fraud rate across the world, according to a study that examined papers retracted by journals.
11 US Varsities Selected for Partnership Program with India
Eleven US colleges have been selected for partnership programme with India as part of the Obama-Singh 21st Century Knowledge Initiative.The $10 million initiativeseeks to increase university linkages and support junior faculty development between US
PE Firms Flock to Digital Learning Biz
With the education system in India adopting increasingly advanced teaching technologies, interactive classroom teaching and web-based learning are seeing huge growth potential, not only across the metros but also in Tier II and III cities. Encouraged
Meghalaya Govt Plans to Introduce Chinese in Schools
In a bid to give the students an edge to find employment in China, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, the Meghalaya government is contemplating on introducing Chinese language in its schools. "Chinese is among the most influentia
45,062 Engineering Seats Vacant
At the end of general counselling for admission into engineering courses on Thursday, 1.04 lakh students were allotted seats in over 500 colleges and exactly 45,062 seats fell vacant. Compared to last year when 1.12 lakh students joined engineering e
Cramming Their Way to the Top
With demand massively outstripping supply, one elite college has even set 100% as the pass mark for its entrance exam. The intense competition has resulted in a mushrooming of private colleges offering coaching lessons for pupils who need extra help