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  • Several self-financing college owners enter poll fray in Tamil Nadu

    Several self-financing college owners enter poll fray in Tamil Nadu

    Reflecting the growing presence of politicians in the field of private higher education in Tamil Nadu, the April 24 Lok Sabha elections fray in the state features at least a dozen candidates who head or have stake in engineering and medical colleges....

  • After setbacks, online courses are rethought

    After setbacks, online courses are rethought

    Two years after a Stanford professor drew 160,000 students from around the globe to a free online course on artificial intelligence, starting what was widely viewed as a revolution in higher education, early results for such large-scale courses are d...

  • Need to take an emergency loan? Here are your options

    Need to take an emergency loan? Here are your options

    Emergency is like an alarm. We wake up only when it strikes. For us, an emergency could be anything - an international vacation, higher education or health-related issues. And, we all love the word loan.

  • Indian students to benefit from Australia's new visa regime

    The new Australian government is set to announce a series of steps to make its student visa regime simpler to attract more foreign students, including those from India, and revive the billion dollar higher education industry

  • How to save for your vacation, higher education

    How to save for your vacation, higher education

    Whatever be our goals in life - vacation, higher education, saving for a house loan, children's education, or even retirement - mutual funds can be among a range of investment vehicles to save for it.

  • How a poor Gujarati farmer's daughter became a doctor

    How a poor Gujarati farmer's daughter became a doctor

    When Babubhai Patel had the second of his three daughters, fellow villagers sympathised with him. The poor cattle farmer would have to sell off his cows to marry off his daughters they said aloud. For no one in Kangvi, a village of 200-odd inhabitant...

  • Centre should fund higher education mission: Karnataka minister

    Karnataka on Thursday sought 90 per cent funding from the central government to implement the national higher education mission - Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA).on Thursday sought 90 per cent funding from the central government to implemen...

  • Panjab University springs a surprise, beats IITs in global rankings

    Panjab University springs a surprise, beats IITs in global rankings

    India has improved its position in the world's definitive university rankings with five Indian varsities entering the top 400 list, up from three in 2012.

  • 90 per cent quota for locals in 12 Delhi University colleges

    90 per cent quota for locals in 12 Delhi University colleges

    The Delhi government plans to provide 90 per cent reservation for students from the national capital in the 12 Delhi University colleges it funds, Higher Education Minister AK Walia said on Tuesday.

  • No takers for engineering courses: Andhra Pradesh's problem of plenty

    No takers for engineering courses: Andhra Pradesh's problem of plenty

    As parents scramble all over the country, paying a king's ransom to get their child an engineering seat, Andhra Pradesh has a problem of plenty.

  • Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav sacked from University Grants Commission

    Aam Aadmi Party leader Yogendra Yadav sacked from University Grants Commission

    Activist Yogendra Yadav was on Wednesday sacked from the University Grants Commission (UGC) for being a member of Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party as the government said his association with the top body of higher education may give a scope for its ...

  • NDTV Dialogues: Educating India, The Challenge Ahead - Full transcript

    NDTV Dialogues: Educating India, The Challenge Ahead - Full transcript

    On the occasion of Teacher's Day, NDTV took a look at the state of higher education in India. Below is the full transcript of 'Educating India, The Challenge Ahead' on NDTV Dialogues.

  • Tamil Nadu government drops School Education Minister Vaigaichelvan

    Tamil Nadu government drops School Education Minister Vaigaichelvan

    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has dropped School Education Minister Dr Vaigaichelvan from her cabinet. Planiappan, Minister for Higher Education, will hold the additional charge.

  • Plea seeks deletion of Tamil short story, novel from syllabus

    The Madras High Court on Wednesday ordered issue of notice to the Higher Education Secretary and University of Madras on a PIL praying for removal of a Tamil short story and novel from the syllabus for first semester undergraduate students as it was ...

  • Which loans should you pay off first?

    Which loans should you pay off first?

    Loans are important part of modern day personal finance. Most of us rely on loans for funding our higher education, new car or home etc. Though loans boost our purchasing power, over reliance on debt often leads to financial stress.

  • France eases visa norms for Indian students

    France eases visa norms for Indian students

    At a time when the UK is mulling hefty visa cash bond raising concerns here, France announced on Thursday a slew of India-specific measures easing visa norms for those wanting to pursue higher education, a move that is expected to increase the inflow...

  • We are opening our arms and hearts for Indian students: France

    At a time when the UK is mulling hefty visa cash bond raising concerns in India, France on Thursday announced a slew of India-specific measures easing visa norms for those wanting to pursue higher education, a move that is expected to increase the in...

  • Girls outshine boys in Maharashtra SSC exams

    Over 83 per cent students today cleared the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, with girls once again outshining the boys.

  • Maharashtra HSC results declared; overall passing percentage 79.95

    The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education today declared the XII exam results, which once again saw girls outshining boys.

  • CBSE Class 10 results: girls do better than boys again

    CBSE Class 10 results: girls do better than boys again

    The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Thursday declared the results for its Class 10 examinations, with 98.76 percent students clearing the exam for admission to higher classes.

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