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Ph. D thru distance education no more valid -UGC


As per University Grants Commission’s circular, Doctor of Philosophy programs are now no more valid thru distance education. Further, circular mentions only full-time and part time programs will be considered as the valid degrees for Ph.D. UGC regulations on least educations for teachers’ appointments are changed and according to these changes lone regular mode PhD will be considered.   On ... Read More »

Fraud Alert: 23 Universities And 279 Technical Institutes Are Fake In India; UP And Delhi Tops The List


The University Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has identified the fake universities and institutions operating in India. The UGC and AICTE has also advised the students to use various measures to check the authenticity of the university or the institute before taking admission. Out of the 23 fake universities operating in India without UGC ... Read More »

Direct PhD mandatory in Universities – UGC


    UGC has now made the direct PhD’s as a mandatory clause for the jobs in the University. The step comes in the wake of accusations of poor standard of teaching from the professor’s who holds a PhD through distance education. It is noteworthy to note that none of the Universities in Tamilnadu offers a distance education PhD. Hence ... Read More »

In Pictures: Most Dangerous And Unusual Journeys To School In The World

The Most Remote School In The World, Gulu, China

There are many parts of the world where basic education is still not present and availability of a school is hard-won luxury. In many areas the children take dangerous and unusual journeys to reach to the schools in order to receive the education. This “Most Dangerous And Unusual Journeys To School In The World” list will show the determination of children ... Read More »

JNU Gets Visitor’s Award for Best University 2017


JNU has been at the core of polemics for above a year. Now has received the annual ‘Visitor’s Award’ for the best University in country. JNU kept attention for all the incorrect reasons since February 2016 when its three students were detained on agitation charges when in campus anti-national slogans were supposedly raised. Even after incorrect reasons, JNU has been ... Read More »

Jharkhand – Government Schools To Start Vedic Maths


Jharkhand government has thought to initiate vedic mathematics studies as a pilot project in 100 schools of Ranchi to eliminate maths fear from students. Vedic math is a technique which helps in solving equations using the vedic tricks. As per the report in Indo-Asian News Service vedic maths pilot project will be started from the upcoming academic session. To attain ... Read More »

First Floating Primary School in Loktak Lake, Manipur


Manipur, All Loktak Lake Fisherman’s Union taken an initiative with assistance People Resources Development Association to run a school at Langolsabi Leikai of Champu Khangpok village. Lokatak Lake is the major seawater lake in the India; Now Lokatak Lake has the first of its kind floating school, elementary school. Lokatak Lake is recognized as the lifeline of Manipur and with ... Read More »

Engineering Aspirants to get multiple chances to crack Engineering Entrance in a year


Good news for those students aiming to get admission in country’s top engineering colleges expected to get multiple chances in a year to crack entrance exam. This decision will help aspirants not to wait for next year if they failed to attempt in a particular year in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main which organizes examination for top engineering college of ... Read More »

HRD – NCERT books for all CBSE schools across the country


From 2017-2018 academic sessions all CBSE schools will have to use NCERT textbooks. In view of making curriculum standardized across schools in the country, the call is taken. The assessment was held at evaluation meeting led by Union minister for human resource development Prakash Javadekar. A HRD official told that NCERT is instructed to make all textbooks available in ample amount by its ... Read More »

UGC asks Central Universities to Revise Syllabuses Every Three Years


UGC (University Grants Commission) asked the Central universities to brush up and revise their syllabuses once in every three years of period in view of making university and college students more updated and employable. On 8th February UGC has written a letter in a lately meeting held by the Group of Secretaries on Education and Social Development with the Prime ... Read More »

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