Category Archives: Education

Studies in the USA

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Higher Studies in Abroad

Choose your country of study: Canada Germany Australia France Singapore Dubai Ireland New Zealand All Other Countries Post-graduate students from India are increasingly choosing to study abroad. India’s most popular destination to study abroad (apart from USA) is countries such as Germany, Canada, U.K. & Australia. France, Singapore, Dubai, NZ are also seeing significant increases from India. While many institutes Read More


Studies in India

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Government planning big policy change for quality education to all: Prakash Javadekar

Rishikesh: A major change is imminent in the country’s education policy with emphasis on quality education to all, Union Minister for Human Resource Prakash Javadekar said on Thursday. “Quality education to all is a prerequisite for building a better country. The Centre is moving towards a big change in its education policy to achieve the objective of making quality education Read More


More autonomy for IITs: Individual institutes may soon decide their own fee structure

New Delhi: The IITs (Indian Institute of Technology) may no longer have to consult with their apex governing council about their fee structure. It is hoped the autonomy to decide their own fee structure would save time and help boost efficiency. “The Board of Governors is likely to be given the authority to decide the fee structure for the respective Read More


Yale offers scholarship for high school students

New Delhi: The Yale Young Global Scholars Programme (YYGS) for the year 2017 is now open for school students of Class 10 and 11 and they can apply, the university said on Thursday. YYGS is an academic enrichment and leadership development programme that brings together outstanding high school students from around the world for intensive two-week sessions on the Yale Read More


No proposal for govt counselling centre yet in Kota: Officials

v Jaipur: Education hub Kota, which has over the last few years reported several incidents of students committing suicide, still awaits a government counselling facility for medical and engineering aspirants coming from different parts of the country. According to experts, stress remains the dominant cause of suicide among the youths who flock to the Rajasthan city, one of the most Read More


25% drop in educational standards after Right to Education Act: TSR Subramanian

New Delhi: Not impressed by the highly regarded Right to Education Act (RTE), former cabinet secretary TSR Subramanian said India has witnessed as much as “25 percent drop in standards of education” after RTE. “RTE has done enormous good but still there are gaps. One is ‘quality’. RTE talks of infrastructure quality but it requires tremendous attention and detailing. “But Read More


No Detention Policy: Centre may leave decision on states

New Delhi: States may soon overturn the policy of “No Detention” upto class VIII as a top advisory board on education on Tuesday left the decision on the issue to their discretion, while the HRD Ministry will soon take a call on compulsory examination for class X under the CBSE. These were the decisions taken at a meeting of Central Read More


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This Fall in Higher Education

Summer vacation is officially over in Washington, D.C. Congress is not likely to do much – it’s back in session for a brief window before heading out until after the November election. But the Obama administration enters its final leg with a number of regulations, decisions and new policy initiatives to handle – many of which should shape up for Read More