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Research Work Under IMPRESS, SPARC Schemes To Begin In January 2019: HRD Minister

"A country achieves prosperity on a sustainable basis only through innovation which can happen only by good research and which is currently a major focus area of the government," he said while addressing a press conference.

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Study Abroad: Application Invited For 2019 Commonwealth Scholarship Tenable In The United Kingdom

MHRD has invited application from eligible candidates for '2019 Commonwealth Scholarship Tenable in the United Kingdom'

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UVA Darden Launches Continuous Development And DevOps Online Course

The University of Virginia Darden School of Business has announced a new online course related to continuous iteration in the software development process.

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Panel To Study The Feasibility Of IIT Autonomy

The HRD Ministry has set up a seven-member committee, under former IIT-Kanpur chairman M Anandkrishnan, to explore the feasibility of diluting government control over the 23 IITs

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Law University In Kolkata Offers Course On Harry Potter

The course titled “An interface between Fantasy Fiction Literature and Law: Special focus on Rowling’s Potterverse” will be offered as an elective to 4th and 5th year students of the B.A LL.B (Hons) programme at the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) in Kolkata.

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The Role Of Healthcare Technology In Medical Education

Medical schools and colleges are redefining their health system based curriculum to bring forth new innovations and current technologies in the education system.

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CBSE Will Downgrade School Level, Levy Fine Up To Rs 5 Lakh If Institutions Violate Affiliation Bylaws

According to the new affiliation bylaws of the CBSE, the board can take various actions against erring schools, including issuing a written warning, levying fine up to Rs 5 lakh, suspending affiliation for a definite period, the debarring school from applying for affiliation, and withdrawing affiliation.

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Tech Education As A Game Changer

The importance of English in education and student’s life cannot be denied. English remains a major medium of instruction in schools. However, REC structured the language labs in the Bill Clinton School premises to boost English speaking, with help of using headphones and playing audio and visuals to improve pronunciation of the students and enhance their self-confidence as well.

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HRD Ministry Denies Rumours Of Bringing Delhi University Under ESMA

ESMA is invoked to ensure that people do not suffer during strikes in academic institutions due to disruption of essential services such as public transport, health and sanitation

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Vice President Calls For Reservation Of Seats For The Poor In Private Institutions

The Vice President pointed out that public sector alone cannot provide quality higher education for all and the private sector must pitch in

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