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Afghan university sees first graduates in women's studies

Afghanistan's first graduates in women's studies donned caps and gowns today to collect their unusual qualifications in the patriarchal country.Kabul University is the country's first higher education institute to offer a degree focused on gender and women's ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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'Don't want more Akhilas to become Hadiyas'

'I served the Indian Army and I am an ex-serviceman.''I look at this as a battle I am fighting after I left the army.''I will not leave till I get her back as my daughter Akhila, and I believe it will happen one day.' IMAGE: Akhila Ashokan aka Hadiya has been directed by the Supreme Court to continue her studies at the Sivaraj Homeopathy Medical College. Photograph: Sivaram V/Reuters Ever since his only daughter Akhila Ashokan vanished from the Sivaraj Homeopathy College in Salem in Tamil Nadu ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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World heritage conservation body to hold meet in Delhi

More than 800 delegates — with hundreds of heritage professionals including archaeologists, architects, urban planners, curators and art historians — from 85 countries will be coming to the Capital to attend an 'general assembly' meet organised by ...
 DNA2 weeks ago
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India posts highest growth in sending students to US: Survey

Despite a stricter immigration regime under United States of America president Donald Trump, the fall of 2017 has seen India post the largest growth in number of students being sent to the US for studies. As per the Fall 2017 International Student Enrollment ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

British Council hosts exhibition on education prospects

To familiarise students with the available education and career prospects in the UK, the British Council had organised 'Study UK-Discover You' Exhibition.The day-long exhibition covered varied topics, including career in bio-sciences, student visas and ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Women may be better drivers than men: study

Women are less likely to be distracted while driving than men, according to a study which debunks stereotypes about ladies being bad drivers.Researchers suggested that young men and extroverted or neurotic people are more prone to distraction.Ole Johansson, ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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An interview students MUST read

'Adaptability is what is needed right now and students have to continuously learn the new tools to remain relevant in the career they choose.' The complaint Indian industry has is that the students emerging from various educational institutions are not employable. Along with this arrives the news of jobless growth and job loss. How does the All India Council of Technical Education -- that coordinates the development of technical and management education system in India -- plan to overcome ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Meet India's highest paid CEO

His compensation in FY17 was more than the combined salaries of the entire boards of TCS, Wipro and Infosys.'I am a self-made man from a very modest background,' Tech Mahindra's CEO C P Gurnani tells Shyamal Majumdar.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com India Inc's promoters and chief executives usually hate any discussion on their pay packets. But C P Gurnani has no such problem. He says he is "extremely proud" of the fact that he became India's highest paid CEO in FY17, with a total ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Even Dogs Are Eating Quinoa Now

Bloomberg Tell your dog to get ready for quinoa kibble. Pet food trends are following their owners’ tastes. Even the meat-loving brands are marketing plants, the very ingredients they once sidelined — just not the plants the industry has historically ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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3 months down, GST still not on MU BCom syllabus

Over three months after the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was introduced in the country, the University of Mumbai is still to include it in the syllabus at the undergraduate and post-graduate level. Students of Commerce under the University of Mumbai will not ...
 DNA2 months ago
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