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India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 2, 2015
The US' prestigious Harvard University is set to open its international offices in India, China and South Africa to facilitate research and academic work for its affiliates in those regions.
Diaspora | Press Trust of India | Friday March 27, 2015
Dubai-based business tycoon Ram Buxani and former Sheriff of Mumbai Bakul Patel were conferred with the honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters (D Litt) by a university in Mumbai.
Cities | Press Trust of India | Saturday February 7, 2015
Mathematician Anand Kumar, who has founded the innovative coaching programme 'Super 30', today said inclusive education is the only way forward to ensure social justice and asked the youth to devote themselves to community service in the right earnes...
Mumbai News | Written by Nikita Niraj Arora | Sunday January 11, 2015
It is the 100th anniversary of the Mahatma's return to India, a journey re-traced by Gandhian organisations in Mumbai. Gandhi arrived at Apollo Bundar on January 9, 1915, along with his wife Kasturba. The re-enactment, exactly a century later, traced...
India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Saturday January 3, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for a more broad based approach to funding research in the country, and asked scientists to focus more on research than on various procedures to get government grants. Mr Modi's made these remarks after inaugur...
India News | NDTV.com | Saturday January 3, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the 102nd session of Indian Science Congress at the University of Mumbai today.
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday December 24, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the 102nd Indian Science Congress on January 3, it was officially announced here today.
NDTVSports | Thursday December 18, 2014
Ryan Carters of Sydney Sixers aims to raise $66,666 based on every six hit by his teammates in the Big Bash League, to put over 500 economically disadvantaged women in Mumbai through university education.
India News | Written by Saurabh Gupta | Thursday December 11, 2014
Trouble seems to be brewing for Mumbai University Vice-Chancellor Rajan Welukar after the Bombay High Court observed that the 'search committee' which appointed him to the post, did so without 'application of mind'.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday November 12, 2014
Four universities in India, including Delhi University, will introduce tribal language courses from Jan 26 next year, Tripura governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya said on Tuesday.
Monday October 27, 2014
Harvard University with 22 billionaire alumni came in at second spot, followed by Yale University that boasts of 22 billionaires from its list of graduates.
World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday October 9, 2014
Rockford University in Illinois has announced the creation of the Puri Business School (PBS) in recognition of a $5 million contribution to the University by a Mumbai-born Indian-American alumnus.
Tuesday September 23, 2014
This makes Mumbai University only the second institute from outside the US to find a place among the top 10 in terms of billionaire alma maters.
Mumbai News | Press Trust of India | Thursday July 3, 2014
St Stephen's College on Wednesday invited applications for Bachelor of Arts (BA) and Bachelor of Science (BSc) programmes following Delhi University's decision to scrap the Four Year Undergraduate Programme (FYUP).
Mumbai News | Edited by Shamik Ghosh | Sunday January 19, 2014
After two weeks of outrage and protests, the university of Mumbai has revoked the suspension of Dr Neeraj Hatekar, an economics professor. The decision was taken at 3 am last night after a nine-hour meeting by the university's top managem
Blog | Dr Neeraj Hatekar | Thursday January 16, 2014
Dr Neeraj Hatekar, a professor of Econometrics in the Economics Department at the University of Mumbai, was recently suspended by the University allegedly for criticizing the Vice Chancellor. On Tuesday, he took his classes on the road outside the ca...
India News | Written by Tejas Mehta | Tuesday January 14, 2014
Professor Neeraj Hatekar has taken his battle against the University of Mumbai to the streets, quite literally.
Mumbai News | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Tuesday January 14, 2014
A professor suspended recently by the University of Mumbai, allegedly for criticizing the Vice Chancellor, will take his classes on the road outside the campus gates.
Mumbai News | mid-day.com | Wednesday January 8, 2014
Around 1,000 students of Mumbai University have decided to miss class today. But their reason for missing class is not to have fun, but rather a noble cause. They are protesting the suspension of one of their professors, a decision they call unfair.
India News | Reported by Tejas Mehta, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Thursday January 9, 2014
Around 1,000 students of Mumbai University are skipping class today, but for a cause. They are protesting the suspension of a professor, Neeraj Hatekar, for allegedly criticising the college management.
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday December 24, 2013
The Autodesk University Extension (AUx) held in Mumbai last Thursday witnessed over 900 attendees.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday October 30, 2013
Nalini Ambady, the first Indian American woman professor working in the psychology department at the prestigious Stanford University in California, succumbed to leukaemia early on Tuesday in Boston. She was waiting for a bone-marrow donor to save her...
Robin Bansal | Sunday July 28, 2013
Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly, a prominent voice for the rights of gays and lesbians in the country, will support Free & Equal, the United Nation's (UN) year-long campaign for equality and justice for people practising alternate sexuality.
India News | Reuters | Thursday June 20, 2013
India has launched a wide-ranging surveillance programme that will give its security agencies and even income tax officials the ability to tap directly into e-mails and phone calls without oversight by courts or parliament, several sources said.