Unsure about what to study in college? These summer schools may help.

Prakruti Maniar Hindustan Times It’s hard to pick a career in a world of so many niche professions — you can now earn a living promoting indie music bands, working at the intersection of robotics and nanotechnology, or helping restaurants redesign their menus. It’s even harder to figure out what to study to prepare for […]

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Delhi University not to tinker score calculation policy for UG admissions this year

Hindustan Times, New Delhi  The Delhi University is likely to continue with its policy of adjustment of marks on pro-rata basis while calculating eligibility marks for applicants, who have studied subjects that have practical component of more than 30%. “In case, the subject to be considered has 60% theory and 40% practical component, then the […]

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US remains top international destination for Indian students

The United States continues to remain the top international destination for Indian students who make up for 17% of all international students there, according to the US India Education Foundation (USIEF). “United States remains the top international destination for Indian students, hosting over 186,000, twice as many as a decade ago. Indians make up 17% […]

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An Academic Essential Workshop on ‘’Wind Tunnel Experiments, Techniques and Application’’ Organised by Parul University.

  Parul University under the shade of the Industry Defined Research Project entitled “Reduction of Water Consumption and Optimizing Efficiency of Thermal Power Plants through the use of Air Cooled Condensers” which is a project running under the funding of Royal Academy of Engineering, UK under the esteemed Newton Bhabha Fund, took the initiative of […]

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“Harare” The Unforgettable Beauty That Lies Within A Twist Of Perspective.

By : Tanya Chinyanganya Edited By: Wilfred Mukawu   The Africa that is widely known by the world is a devastatingly impoverished, unsanitary and at times even a scary society. That is the thing , just like there are poor bits of the Developed nations which are not on an open platform to the rest […]

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Huma Qureshi to walk Cannes’ red carpet alongside Kangana Ranaut, Deepika Padukone

The 71st Cannes Film Festival will be held from May 8-19. This year, acclaimed Indian actress-filmmaker Nandita Das’ directorial Manto, a biographical on controversial Urdu writer Saadat Hasan Manto, has made its way to the Un Certain Regard segment of the fest. By: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: May 6, 2018 9:07:54 am   Actor Huma Qureshi is […]

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Mumbai Officials Say They Have Plan To Lose World’s 4th Most Polluted Tag

Written by Imtiyaz Abdullah Samnani | Updated: May 06, 2018 23:13 IST   MUMBAI:  Mumbai ranks as the fourth most polluted mega city in the world, according to a recent World Health Organisation or WHO report, released on May 2. Maharashtra government officials however, have downplayed criticism of the city’s handling of its pollution problem, saying that Mumbai’s air quality was […]

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Pvt schools in Chandigarh have to declare income, can’t raise fees arbitrarily

Source: Press Trust of India, Chandigarh A private school or institute shall be competent to fix its fee and it may also increase the same after taking into account the need to generate funds to run the institution and to provide facilities necessary for the benefit of the students.(HT File) Private schools and other unaided educational […]

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