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Maha govt directs schools to observe Nov 7 as 'Students' Day'

The Maharashtra government has directed its schools and junior colleges in the state to observe November 7 as 'Students' Day', to mark Dr B R Ambedkar's entry into school education 117 years back in 1900.A Government Resolution (GR) issued by the state school ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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B-school placements see rise in stipends by 12-15 per cent

Most offers are coming from regular recruiting firms and sectors led by consulting, analytics, IT and finance. Photograph: Kind courtesy TeroVesalainen/Pixabay.com Contrary to apprehensions of a dull season, early summer placement trends at B-schools show an upswing in form of a double-digit rise in stipends and anticipation of higher pre-placement offers (PPOs). B-schools like XLRI - Xavier School of Management, IMT Ghaziabad and Indian Institute of Management Kashipur (IIM-K), among ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

IFIM organises 'Friday's@Startup Foundry'

IFIM Business School, a private B-School in Bengaluru, inaugurated on Friday the first session of Fridays@Startup Foundery organised by the startup incubator cell. Fridays@Startup Foundry gives an opportunity for start-ups, enthusiasts, IT professionals and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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'Won't give in without a fight,' says Kolkata boy suffering blood cancer

Vishal Sharma, the 17-year-old, Class XII student of Khalsa English High School of south Kolkata’s Bhowanipore area is a typical average student of the class who would likes to avoid homework, shirks studies but dreams to make it big in life. Life has, ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Want to join the WWE? Listen to The Great Khali

'Olympic wrestling is like an old Nokia phone.''WWE is like an iPhone.'The Great Khali's academy turns pro-wrestling dreams into reality, reports Dhruv Munjal. IMAGE: The Great Khali with Jinder Mahal. Photograph: Kind courtesy CWE/Facebook The green marble flooring looks unremarkable. The vast room is brightened only by rays of sunlight glancing in through the rolled-up shutter at the entrance. The chairs -- not more than seven or eight of them -- are wobbly, the type without which a thrifty ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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Fukrey Returns review: Boring return of the boys except some chuckles and Pankaj Tripathi

When you watch a movie every week, first-day first-show if you can manage to wake up on time, you develop a list of dos and don'ts to help you survive. The first on the list is – get a decent amount of sleep. Please. Otherwise, you will be sitting ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago

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PREDATOR-PREY DYNAMICS Reasons for the disappearance of tigers The dwindling population of wild tigers has always been of great concern. While several efforts are being made to control the illegal poaching of tigers in India, the decline in the number of ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

SC asks states to set up trauma centre in each district

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked all states to set up one trauma centre in each district, saying treatment soon after a road accident is crucial for saving the life of the victim. The country has recorded one death every three minutes in road accident. The ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

'A lot of students would love to stay back in India, but...'

Why are students being forced to go abroad to study? Anjuli Bhargava finds the answer.  Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com  Have American colleges actually taken a beating in the race to attract Indian students -- the so called Trump effect, are colleges in the US out-pricing themselves, which are some of countries that have become more popular for students looking at higher studies and what are some of the fears and concerns of parents and students leaving India for graduate ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Was quoted out of context: Assam health minister on cancer remark

Facing flak over his remarks that life-threatening diseases were a result of past sins, Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Thursday said he was quoted out of context and apologised to those hurt by the "absolutely mindless controversy triggered by few political desperados". His remarks that some people suffer from diseases such as cancer because of sins committed in the past and that it is "divine justice" have sparked sharp reactions.   In a press release, Sarma said, "My speech ...
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