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Meritorious In Every Way, But Lacked Funds, DU Aspirant Rescued By The Staff

Amidst several students applying for admissions in Delhi University's undergraduate programmes, an 18-year-old qualified at Bharati college, except on one account, she did not have the money to deposit fees.

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How Artificial Intelligence Redefining Essence Of Education

AI in education has opened the doors for a deeper understanding of both what knowledge is required, what’s the best way to acquire it and what impediments are preventing it from being acquired.

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KidZania Is Culturally Sensitive To Different Nations

In an exclusive telephonic conversation with BW Education, Dr. Ger Graus, Global Director of Education for KidZania shared some of the important aspects that KidZania looks after. Some excerpts of the interview are placed below

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Eight Reasons To Become An Apprentice

While India aims to be skill capital of the world, an apprenticeship can make you global professional

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'Happiness Curriculum' To Be Launched In Delhi Government Schools

This step by the government is said to have nurtured good values in students

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Yoga In School Curriculum To Create A Healthy Nation: Venkaiah Naidu

A healthy India with the new initiative of yoga in school curriculum

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Appeal In NEET Case Refused By Supreme Court

CBSE’s appeal against a Bombay High Court order in the NEET case denied

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Turnitin Software To Be Used To Detect Plagiarism: Prakash Javadekar

A new decision to check plagiarism in the PhD theses using Turnitin software has been taken by the Union Government

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Du Releases First Cut-Off List

This year, the highest cut off is 98.75 percent for BA (Programme) in Lady Shri Ram College. Further, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce has demanded 98.5 percent in BA (Hons) in Journalism. For science stream, the highest cut-off is 98 percent for BSc (Hons) in Physics in Hindu College.

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CTET Examination To Be Conducted In 20 Languages: Prakash Javadekar

The next edition of CTET examination will be conducted in the month of September covering 92 cities all over the country. The forms for CTET will be available from 22nd June 2018 and applicants can fill the applications till 19th July 2018

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