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Saying no to mutual funds in financial inclusion, masses expos...

It is a fairly common belief that the Indian equity market is driven by fund flows from foreign institutional investors (FII). Whenever FIIs are net buyers, the market rises and when FIIs exit, the market drops. At times we may observe remarkable ... Economic Times, 3 hours ago

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No cap on foreign students in the UK, government says

The government has insisted that there is no cap on the number of genuine international students coming to the UK to study. Higher education spokesman Viscount Younger of Leckie said there was no intention on limiting the number of foreign students ...
 ITV.com2 days ago 25% Increase In Indian Students In US; 1 Out of 6 International Students in US Is An Indian  Trak.in3 weeks ago No cap for numbers of genuine international students, says government  Scottish Daily Express1 day ago

A pseudo educational institution

On main GT road, opposite of DHA 2, Gate#1 is located near an educational institution by the name of Roots Ivy International University. You would expect this university to be providing quality higher education and an atmosphere of learning but ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Bill: Ministers to have say on foreign campuses

By JOHN NGIRACHU More by this Author Public universities could soon be barred from establishing campuses or colleges outside Kenya without the consent of the Education and National Treasury ministries. In changes to the Universities Act ...
 Daily Nation1 week ago Kenya: Draft Law Wants Education, Treasury Ministries to Decide on Varsities' Forays  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Government could learn from its proposed new education bill

- 10:04 It seems a tad bizarre that the Department of Education has proposed a new bill, which calls for a clampdown on so-called educational institutions that issue fake qualifications. Not that we have anything against these establishments ...
 Skills Portal3 days ago New bill aims to clamp down on fake degrees  News242 weeks ago South Africa: New Bill Aims to Clamp Down On Fake Qualifications  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago

How NITI Aayog & MCI are letting corporates into medical education

Now that the Medical Council of India (MCI) has allowed corporates and for-profit institutions to open medical colleges in the country, the government is two steps away from officially opening the floodgates for the market to enter medical education - a big ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

a bipartisan bill

We must not forget the girls of Nigeria, who were targeted for violence simply because they chose to pursue an education. WASHINGTON D.C.— More than one year since the horrific kidnapping of the 276 school girls in Nigeria by Boko ...
 U.S. Senator Susan Collins1 day ago

Uganda is shutting down schools funded by Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates

Armenian Minister of Defense Vigen Sargsyan will pay his first foreign visit to Russia, where the minister is set to participate in number of... Source 15:35 Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan was unanimously re-elected as Chairman ...
 Panorama.am1 week ago

More Veterans Use GI Bill Benefits to Study Overseas

From the Philippines to Iceland, an increasing number of U.S. military veterans are heading overseas to complete degrees at global universities, thanks to the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Many veterans say appealing aspects of studying at an overseas college ...
 US News & World Report21 hours ago
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India's best B-schools: Old IIMs continue to lead the way

The oldest IIMs continue to lead the way, as business schools find new ways to educate and build managers of tomorrow. Students at XLRI, Jamshedpur. Photo: Subir Halder There is a lot to be said for the power of consistency-whether in life or ...
 India Today5 days ago
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