UK Police Probe Online Abuse of Teacher Over Hijab Ban Decision
Neena Lall, the head teacher of St Stephens School in Newham, had caused a stir with her decision to impose a ban on hijab.
Indian-Origin Teacher Saves Many Students’ Lives During Florida High School Shooting
Shanthi Vishwanathan, a math teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, reacted swiftly while the shooter went on a killing spree in the premises.
National Eligibility Test Mandatory for Indian MBBS Aspirants Applying Abroad
Indian or OCI students will have to qualify NEET for admission to MBBS course in foreign universities from May 2018 onward.
Indian American Student Injured in Florida School Shooting That Left 17 Dead
The gunman, who opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, has been identified as a 19-year-old ex-student.
Govt Wooing NRI Researchers in Health Sector to Work in India
Under the Human Resource Development for Health Research scheme, researchers will be provided a stipend or salary, and a grant of up to Rs 1 crore for five years.
Number of Indian Students in Australia Rises to 7-Year-High
More than 68,000 students were studying in Australia in November 2017, according to the Australian High Commission in New Delhi.
IIM-Ahmedabad to Open its First Overseas Extension Center in Dubai
Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad will provide academic and training expertise when it starts Dubai operations in June 2018.
Indian Govt Plans Portal Listing Accredited Foreign Higher Education Institutes
The move aims to curb instances of students getting duped by agents, and offering “verified and authentic” information to applicants.
Two Indian Institutes Ranked Among Top 50 Asian Universities
42 Indian institutes made it to the list of top 350 educational institutions in Times Higher Education Asia University Ranking 2018.
Number of Applications to UK Colleges from India Increases
About 4,470 Indian students have applied for undergraduate courses in the United Kingdom in the last few months.