Under a new initiative taken up by Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) paperless operations of the academic affairs could turn out to be reality.
For the first time in the history of Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) there would be online (computer based) examination conducted by the body for the 3273 vacant seats of Sections Engineers and Junior Engineers.
Under the Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) programme, some of the major higher education academic institutes like IIMs, IITs and IISc would get foreign faculty members for this academic year.
The recent Allahabad High Court order saying all the politicians, bureaucrats and judges to send their children to primary schools run by the government so that the level of education in these schools could get lifted, has found support from Uttar Pradesh government recently.
A major portion of the grants given by UGC to the universities and colleges around the nation would be chunked down due to failure of these institutes to provide the requisite information needed to UGC.
IIT Alumni Industry Interaction Centre (IIT AIIC) which is an IIT initiative that is spread across 16 IITs in the nation has recently inaugurated there second facility ‘Hubs in the Sky’ at the IIT Madras Research Park by offering a Puja (Prayer).
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National Power Training Institute (NPTI) invited application for admission to Post-Diploma Course (Thermal Power Plant Engineering). The candidates eligible for the post can apply through prescribed format before 25 September 2015.
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Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has recently said that Sanskrit is one of the most scientific languages in the world and it has even been said by foreign scholars as well. He sounded advocating the importance of language to while speaking at an event.
Keeping Education in the forefront for establishing better ties among the two nations, India and Australia has recently agreed on a joint financial commitment and signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
At a meeting recently held in New Delhi by the Central Advisory Board of Education, all the states reached to a consensus that Board exams would get re-introduced in the fifth and eighth standard.
After the resolution passed by Delhi Government on reducing the weight of the school bags of children, Maharashtra Government has also decided to pass a resolution regarding the matter.
Registration for the first batch of IIM Gaya students, which would start from the 24 August, has been done and the much awaited beginning of the prestigious business school in Bihar is about to take place.
UPSC has conducted the IAS Prelims General Studies Paper II CSAT on 23 August 2015. Following is the Answer key of the IAS Prelims General Studies Paper II CSAT.
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Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) has recently signed a memorandum of collaboration with the IIT, Kharagpur to achieve self-reliance in select defence technologies by incorporating themselves in the field of joint research.
University Grants Commission (UGC) has recently said that the Graduation degrees obtained by the candidates in the two-year graduation degree programme prevalent before 1986 would now be granted status of completing three year degree.
The Delhi Government has decided to put school students into skill oriented courses and has planned to introduce eight vocational streams in 200 schools around the state. The vocational streams include courses on beauty and wellness, automobile and travel and tourism.
If CABE which is the topmost body that is responsible for advising centre and states on education sector accepts a proposal the children from nursery to class X would get free and compulsory education under RTE Act.
The English and Foreign Languages University invited applications for admission in M.A. in English, Post Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of English and Post Graduate Diploma in the Teaching of English. Eligible candidates can apply for the admission within the dates specified.
Christ University, Bangalore invited applications for admission in Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) program for the session 2015-16. Eligible candidates can apply for the admission on or before 25 October 2015.
GATE Online Application Processing System opens for enrolment, application filling and application submission 2016.
Under a World Bank Project which is aimed at improvement of higher education sector in Madhya Pradesh, the government has sanctioned Rs. 2,378 crore for supporting students undergoing higher education in the state.
Government of India has sanctioned 20 new Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) in the districts where large population of SC and ST students are based.
In order to check the number of dropout students, especially among the tribal students, some of the Primary Schools in Koraput district of Odisha have introduced a set of seven story books in tribal languages with Odia translation.
Common Management Admission Test (CMAT), through which management aspirants get admissions to various B-schools in the nation, would now get conducted only once a year.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to announce the result of All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) 2015. The exam is a gateway for admission into the best state run medical colleges of the country
A year-long Heritage India Quiz (HIQ) has been launched by CBSE, in order to make students aware of the general knowledge and monuments and other information.