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Madras HC makes Vande Mataram mandatory in schools, govt and private offices

        The Madras High Court on Tuesday ordered that “Vande Mataram” must be played and sung in all schools, colleges and universities at least once a week, preferably on Monday or Friday. The court also ruled that the national song must be played and sung in all government offices and institutions, private companies, factories and industries at ... Read More »

Introducing SLIQ 2.0, a pioneering AI and ML-driven Executive Education platform from Talentedge

A name that is committed to changing the way India learns, Talentedge, has launched the country’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)-driven Executive Education platform SLIQ 2.0. A leading Ed-Tech firm, Talentedge has always been at the forefront of digital education, and with SLIQ 2.0, it is all set to revolutionize Executive Education in the country. SLIQ 2.0 ... Read More »

Alphabet Appoints Sundar Pichai To Its Board Of Directors

Alphabet Inc., the parent company of Google, has appointed Indian-born Google CEO Sundar Pichai to its board of directors. As Google’s CEO, Pichai is responsible for Google’s product development and technology strategy, as well as the company’s day-to-day operations. He joined Google in 2004 and helped lead the development of key consumer products which are now used by over a ... Read More »

48 students of Chennai women’s college fall ill after having dinner at hostel

In a suspected case of food poisoning, 48 students of a women’s college in Chennai fell ill after having dinner at their hostel on Sunday night. One of the students claimed to have found a dead lizard in the food. The students of Quaid-e-Millath Government College for Women were rushed to Government Hospital in Royapettah when they complained of uneasiness ... Read More »

Centre Plans To End ‘No-Fail’ Policy For Students Between Classes 5 And 8

Under the current ‘no-fail’ policy, all students are promoted to the next grade up to class 8. The government will soon introduce a bill in Parliament to do away with the ‘no-detention’ policy for classes 5 to 8, Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said He said the students of classes 5 to 8 who do not pass the examination ... Read More »

Teachers In This Telangana School Wear Helmets To Highlight Poor State Of School Building

Teachers wearing helmets inside government school in Shakarampet mandal of Medak district to highlight poor state of school building. Even after giving repeated reminders to authorities no steps have been taken out.  “We are taking classes wearing the headgear to protect ourselves in case of any emergency … due to the dilapidated structure,” one of teachers said.  Medak District Collector ... Read More »

Students take tests on smartphones, courtesy apps

A few city colleges are now allowing students to carry their mobile phone in to exam halls. Over the past year, 3,000 students of KJ Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce have taken internal exams on their smartphones, thanks to Offee, a device developed by an alumnus. “Students are issued login credentials. Once in the classroom, they connect to Offee ... Read More »

Free education for girls in Punjab from Nursery to PhD

The Punjab Government has announced free education for girls in government schools and colleges from Nursery to PhD. Making the announcement on Monday Capt. Singh said free textbooks will be provided to all students in government schools from the next academic session. Books will also be made available online from where students can download for free. He also said that ... Read More »

Students complain about ‘ghost’ teachers in medical college

Students of BKL Walawalkar Rural Medical College at Chiplun, who have burden of a sudden fee increase, have written to the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) and the Fee Regulatory Authority (FRA) that the college has submitted a list of bogus teachers. The college had informed the FRA that it has 250-odd teachers on its rolls, thus hiking ... Read More »

Ghaziabad schools to remain shut for 5 days from tomorrow

The Ghaziabad district administration issued an order that all schools should remain shut down from July 18 to 22 in view of the rush anticipated for the Kanwar yatra. “The order is applicable to both government and private educational institutes.The closure order has been issued as several routes in the city will be out of bounds for vehicles in order to ... Read More »

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