MPPEB Vyapam Police Constable, Home Guard Final Results, Merit List Declared; Check Here

MP Police Result 2017: MPPEB Constable, Home Guard Final Results, Merit List Declared @ Vyapam.nic.in NEW DELHI:  Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB) or commonly known as MP Vyapam, Bhopal has released the final results of police constable recruitment test 2017. The candidates who are searching for MPPEB police head constable & Assistant sub inspector computer, […]

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CUSAT CAT 2018 Registration Begins @ Cusat.nic.in; Apply Now

CUSAT CAT 2018 Registration Begins @ Cusat.nic.in; Apply Now NEW DELHI:  Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) has started Common Admission Test (CUSAT-CAT) registration today for admission to its undergraduate and postgraduate programs. The registration for CUSAT CAT began online on its official website, cusat.nic.in. This year the exams would be conducted on April 28 and 29, […]

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How Education Can Take A Page From Tesla’s Book

People usually don’t talk about car design and higher education in the same breath so, understandably, it may sound a bit odd to suggest that educational institutions have something to learn from Tesla. As the CEO of an online coding bootcamp, however, I’ve discovered that Tesla’s approach to driver experience can be applied to the student experience. […]

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Quality of education should improve, says Governor

Governor Banwarilal Purohit releasing a souvenir at the inaugural of Indian Social Science Congress in Salem on Monday.   | Photo Credit: E. Lakshmi Narayanan Indian Social Science Congress begins in Salem There is an urgent need to work for quality and innovation in the education sector to meet the emerging opportunities, improve employability of the […]

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What ails higher education in India?

Unlike the school sector, where access is almost universal, the gross enrolment ratio (GER) in higher education is 24.5—meaning out of every 100 youths eligible for higher education, less than 25 are pursuing tertiary education. Photo: Hindustan Times In October, Prime Minister Narendra Modi rued the state of higher education in India, especially its poor […]

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Alice in Dataland – an original story for Education Guardian by Michael Rosen

Alice in Dataland pursued by the ‘Fonix’. Illustration: Steve Fricker An exciting discovery at Christ Church, Oxford University, has revealed hitherto unseen pages from what appears to be a draft for a third Alice novel following Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking-Glass. Underneath the floorboards in the room once occupied by Charles […]

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UGC panel suggests changing AMU, BHU names; govt says no such plan

New Delhi/Ahmedabad:A University Grants Commission (UGC) panel has recommended removal of words such as ‘Hindu’ and ‘Muslim’ from the names of Banaras Hindu University and Aligarh Muslim University even as Union human resource development (HRD) minister Prakash Javadekar said the suggestion is beyond the committee’s mandate. He said the government has no intention to change […]

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ICAI seeks post graduation status for CA qualification

ICAI has sought the corporate affairs ministry’s intervention in designating CA qualification as equivalent to post graduation. Photo: HT New Delhi: Chartered accountants’ apex body the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) on Monday said it has sought post graduation degree status for CA qualification. Besides, the CA intermediate programme should be accorded the graduation […]

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