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Government on Friday supported a proposal to introduce agriculture as a subject right from the school level and in science colleges to encourage its promotion among students.
The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) to decide on accreditation of deemed universities.
: Unethical demands by the students of Presidency University asking for written admission tests in all departments seems to have triggered from their concern of ineligible students with less than 60%
There is disconnect between what the industry says is good communication and what an educational institution imparts to its students, said Arunachalam TK of Cambridge English on Thursday.
Maharashtra Government has decided to link school students' admission registration numbers to Aadhar card in order to effectively implement the Right to Education Act.
Amity University has organized a scholarship award function spread over two days on Thursday and Friday at its Sector-125 Noida campus.
Of analysis & imagination  (23 April 07:45 am) 
With options aplenty at the UG level, picking the right subject and the institution often becomes a challenge.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has asked all universities under its jurisdiction to celebrate June 21 as Yoga day on campus as well as across all affiliated colleges.
At least 172 colleges in West Bengal may lose affiliation and fund support from UGC because they have never applied for NAAC certification, which will be mandatory from 2017.
Chief minister Anandiben Patel will hold her first meeting of all the vice chancellors of the Gujarat to understand the issues related to the Universities in the state.
In a major embarrassment for the Gujarat University, students have found that the paper of semester II exam of the Bachelor of Education course was a replica of a preliminary paper of a BEd college
The complexity in managerial decisions and the need for better understanding of managerial concepts have prompted MICA, Ahmedabad, to conduct a five-day faculty development programme on business
The delegation of Indian Industries Association (IIA) - an apex body of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in India whose head office is in Lucknow had a successful visit to Germany from
Four years ago, a beverage giant felt the need to build toilets and bring water in peri-urban and semi-rural areas to stop the growing drop-out rate of girls from government schools.
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has urged the HRD ministry to open an investment cell to attract foreign investments in the education sector.
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has urged the HRD ministry to open an investment cell to attract foreign investments in the education sector.
Close to one-third of all the autonomous institutions in the country are in Tamil Nadu - and the number appears set to rise.
Chennai colleges not so keen  (22 April 07:15 am) 
Despite Chennai, Kancheepuram and Thiruvallur housing more than 40% of engineering colleges under Anna University , not a single institute has been awarded autonomous status, as per the counselling
Candidates and their teachers have spotted multiple “discrepancies” in the answer key to the Joint Entrance Examination (mains) held earlier in April.
Indian Institute of Management-Tiruchirappalli (IIM-T) on Tuesday said it has placed all the 103 students who registered for final placements, with marginally higher average salaries than last year.
The National Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993 that came into force on July 1, 1995 and is applicable throughout the country, is proposed to be amended.
The well-known Delhi Public School (DPS) has now opened its new branch in Panvel, where the admissions for pre-primary and primary sections have been announced for students.
Jamia Millia Islamia University has launched a helpline for students seeking admission to various courses on offer at the university.
The Burdwan district administration has decided to introduce self-defence training for girl students in schools.
On Monday morning, the day TOI reported on the alleged suppression of a review committee report by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), the director of the institute, S Parasuraman told TOI