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Why young India is paying for expensive private colleges

Why young India is paying for expensive private colleges

With overburdened, excessively competitive public universities and an unchecked spurt of private universities, the undergraduate system is in shambles. To raise the bar for undergraduate education in India, a clutch of private universities -- and some public ones -- are changing the way institutes admit students, run institutions and impart education. Manvi Kapur reports. With plush campuses and shift in pedagogy, private universities like Ashoka University, Shiv Nadar University, Azim Premji ..., 1 week ago

Tendukar, Ganguly advice U-19 players

‘We can look forward to some exciting times for team India in the years to come’ ‘They will definitely have to push themselves harder and give their best in the transition’ IMAGE: The Indians celebrate their victory. Photograph: Cricket World Cup/ICC/Twitter Cricket legends Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, on Saturday, emphasised on smooth transition of the Under-19 World Cup winning players, who impressed with their discipline and controlled aggression during ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Budget 2018: What young India needs from Modi Sarkar

Education, jobs, health and more: Experts share their wishlist. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ EDUCATION Uday Salunkhe, director, WeSchool "India is currently the fastest growing economy in the world. "It has an upper edge with its demographic dividend, which needs to be appropriately skilled to add economic value to the nation. "We welcome various initiatives undertaken by the Government to provide thrust to skilling the youth, however, it needs to incentivise higher education ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Why Google honoured Dr Har Gobind Khorana

The Indian-American biochemist, whose passion for science started under a tree in a small village in India, won a Nobel Prize! Bangalore-based illustrator Rohan Dahotre drew the Google Doodle celebrating Dr Har Gobind Khorana's pioneering work in understanding our DNA.Also read: Dr Khorana, one of science's immortals   Today's Google Doodle celebrates Har Gobind Khorana, the Indian-American biochemist whose passion for science started under a tree in the small village of Raipur in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Modi changing India through innovation: Netanyahu

Deo Dholera:Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on Wednesday, saying the latter is changing India through innovation and trying to make it a global power. Emphasising that Israel seeks to form partnership ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago BJP has shown nothing is impossible for Indians: PM Modi  Sify2 months ago

Remembering Mahamana, Pt Madan Mohan Malviya.

A revered figure of the Indian Freedom struggle, Madan Mohan Malviya is remembered for his numerous contribution in development of modern India. Yet among all the aspects of his majestic personality, it is for his seamless will to 'serve the country' that he ...
 DNA2 months ago

Expanding Horizons

Lexus, the luxury brand from Japanese auto giant Toyota, has recently expanded its product portfolio in India, launching its flagship hybrid electric saloon the fifth generation LS500h priced between Rs 1.77 crore and Rs 1.94 crore to boost sales in Asia’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Training Vs Education: What Holds The Key To Employment In India?

India, a country of over 1.2 billion people, have many issues to tackle on a daily basis. Some of the worrying problems at hand include poverty, corruption, population control, sanitation and many more. The government spend billions of rupees every year, and ...
 Trak.in1 month ago

'May Auroville serve as a beacon to the world'

'May it be the guardian which calls for breaking down narrow walls of the mind.''May it continue to invite everyone to celebrate the possibilities of humanity's one-ness.'Claude Arpi salutes 50 years of Auroville, a Grand Experiment in Living. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi interacts with an old-timer at Auroville, February 25, 2018. Photograph: Press Information Bureau Old timers will remember the famous journalist and editor Russi Karanjia who founded Blitz, a national weekly. Started ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Pallet of art and handicrafts in Capital

Art lovers in the Capital are in for a treat for a multi-art, multi-venue festival Raza Utsav, being organised to pay homage to famous art Sayed Haider Raza on his 96th birth anniversary. On till 26 February, it is a potpourri of painting exhibitions, ...
 DNA1 month ago
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