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MoU with foreign institutes: PMO wants institutions to seek HRD ministry approval
Indian Express

MoU with foreign institutes: PMO wants institutions to seek HR...

In an office order dated August 12, the PMO has said the institutions coming under MHRD should seek prior approval of the ministry before signing MoU with foreign institutions in case it has financial implication on the Government of India. In what ... Indian Express, 2 weeks ago

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Glamour US, 1 week ago
Albuquerque Journal, 4 weeks ago
Odisha Samaya, 1 week ago
Malay Mail, 3 weeks ago, 2 weeks ago
Bernama, 3 weeks ago
East County Magazine, 3 weeks ago
Malaysian Insider, 1 month ago
Russian International Affairs Council

Young Brains Leaving Russia

Described as movement of people to foreign countries for education, advanced training and acquiring new skills, intellectual migration is becoming a huge problem for Russia. The process can be both short- and long-term, up to change of citizenship, ...
 Russian International Affairs Council1 month ago
U.S. Senator Tom Carper

Carper Cosponsors Legislation to Protect Veterans from Wasting G.I. Bill Benefits on Unaccredited Education Programs

WASHINGTON Today, U.S. Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.) joined a bipartisan group of Senators to introduce legislation that would prevent unaccredited education programs from receiving G.I. Bill funds and ensuring G.I. benefits only go toward providing ...
 U.S. Senator Tom Carper2 months ago

Anthea Jeffery: New Investment Bill yet another barrier to FDI

By Anthea Jeffery* Dr. Anthea Jeffery is Head of Policy Research at the IRR. Net foreign direct investment (FDI) into South Africa was negative in 2014, with outwardflows exceeding inward ones by some R13bn. Moreover, as Business Day reports, in ...
 BizNews.com2 months ago

ISPON Urges Nigerian Banks to Invest in Tech Startups

The Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria (ISPON), an umbrella body for indigenous software companies in the country, has recommended that Nigerian banks should emulate their foreign counterparts by investing in technology startups. As ...
 NigeriaCommunicationsWeek2 months ago ISPON wants banks to invest in tech companies  Nigeria Punch2 months ago
The Guardian Nigeria

The Supremacy Of Gift

EDUCATION VERSUS GIFT! Rev. Sam Adeyemi said, you will only shine in the area of your gifting. Education can never take the place of your gift; our individual gift is an indicator of our purpose and calling in life. Any education that does not ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 week ago

Bill Clinton confided that Hillary was 'a little put off' by gay rights

A newly unearthed recording from 1999 has author Taylor Branch recalling a conversation he had just had with Bill Clinton President Clinton admitted to Taylor that his wife Hillary was a 'little put off' by the gay rights movement Taylor suggested ...
 AfricanSeer1 week ago Zelizer: Bill casts shadow over Hillary 2016  CNN4 weeks ago Is Hillary running against Bill?  CNN4 weeks ago Does Hillary have to run against Bill?  CNN4 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Oxford, Cambridge varsities have no plans for India campuses

TheNDA government has tasked the Niti Ayog to prepare a framework to allow foreign universities to set up campuses in India, but leading British universities such as Oxford and Cambridge have no plans to do so. The idea to open campuses in India ...
 Hindustan Times4 weeks ago Niti Aayog tasked to devise rules for foreign universities  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago
Zimbabwe Herald

2 000 new schools may be few

Monica Cheru-Mpambawashe Review Editor— Basic education up to O-Level at least is supposed to be something that every child in Zimbabwe should receive as an entitlement. Culturally we are a nation that values education and even the most ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago
Jerusalem Post

GRAPEVINE: Combining business with pleasure

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely is on a two-week trip to Japan and Vietnam, which is a relatively long time to be away from home from husband, Or Alon, and one-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Mayan. The solution was to make it a family ...
 Jerusalem Post1 month ago
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