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Madan Mohan Malviya - A great patriot

Press Trust of India New Delhi, 24 December: Amultifaceted personality, MadanMohanMalviya was an educationist who founded the BanarasHindu University and became one of the torchbearers of the freedom struggle acting as a bridge between the ... The Statesman, 1 day ago

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Culture of second rate

It is true that second rate has often been the standard in India (Dec.22). The solution lies in educating the masses through the media. Emphasis must be laid on economic independence, financial inclusion and capacity building. This would mean ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

Budgetary Provision for Ayurveda

Ayurveda education is regulated under the provisions of Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 read with amended Act of 2003 and Regulations made thereunder. As per the Indian Medicine Central Council (Minimum Standards of Education in Indian ...
 Business Standard India2 days ago

Australia launch new online database to aid Indian students

The database is an initiative of the Australia-India Education Council. It was funded by the Indian University Grants Commission (UGC) and implemented by Jamia Milia Islamia University (JMI).
 DNA2 days ago Australia launches new online database to help Indian students  Business Standard India2 days ago
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Rlys adopt new tech to prevent accidents

Replacing old systems, adopting new technology, updating signaling system and educating staff are some of the steps Indian Railways have taken to increase safety and prevent accidents, the Lok Sabha was told today. Minister of state for railways ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Railways adopt new technology to prevent accidents  Zee News1 week ago Railways adopts new technology to prevent accidents  Times of India1 week ago

Students game for studies in lesser known EU countries

Indian students are thinking outside conventional choices for their education abroad. An European Union education fair in the City on Wednesday saw more than 2,000 footfalls, where students were keen to explore opportunities for education in countries such as ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago International Meet on Technology for Education  New Indian Express1 week ago EU education fair in B'luru on Dec 3  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago European education fair to begin Nov 30  News Chennai Online1 month ago

ยป VisitFlanders targets tier 2 cities for educational seminars in 2014

Monday 15-Dec-2014 | Mumbai In its continuous efforts to promote Flanders and Brussels (Belgium), the Indian office of VISITFLANDERS organised a set of Fabulous Flanders educational seminars for the travel trade in cities of Ludhiana and Jaipur ...
 Traveltechie.com2 days ago VisitFlanders conducts educational seminars in Ludhiana and Jaipur  Financial Express1 week ago
New Indian Express

'Time to Bring Education Reforms in Developing Countries'

VISAKHAPATNAM: Developing countries like India must bring about reforms in the present education system to enhance the human resource capabilities, opined GITAM University president and former parliamentarian MVVS Murthy. Inaugurating an ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago
Channel Times

BICSI To Focus More On Education And Training

Ketan C Kothari , District Chair, BICSI India District, in an exclusive chat with Preeti Patil shares his views on the changing dynamics in the networking industry. Channel Times: What are the major challenges in creating an effective ...
 Channel Times1 week ago

Russia currency crisis unlikely to affect Indian students

NEW DELHI: The currency crisis is unlikely to affect the international education market in Russia as of now. Fees are in dollars and they've remained unchanged. Experts say Russian education market is comparatively smaller with just 1,500 students ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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