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96-Year-Old Passes Kerala Literacy Test, Scores 98/100 Marks

Karthiyani had never been to school as she was working as a domestic help and a cleaning staff. Her daughter Amminiamma, 51, inspired her mother to join the classes

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Learn Sanskrit For Life, Not For Exams: Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia

While urging students to try to implement its teachings in their lives, he said the aim of the government, through these programmes, "is not to make Sanskrit popular, but to make life beautiful with it".

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Aakash National Talent Hunt Exam (ANTHE) 2018 Concluded On October 28

Aakash conducted ANTHE with a hope to motivate students to aim for an enriching career in medical & engineering stream. The exam received the support and appreciation from school community and parents resulting in over 314162 students participating in ANTHE 2018.

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CBSE Students Since 1975 Can Get Their Duplicate Certificates

CBSE has given the facility to the students of collecting the certificates from their own zones. According to CBSE, the students who had passed from this board from 1975 to 2000 will now be able to collect the duplicate certificates from Ajmer. This facility is available for each student across the country.

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UGC Asks Universities, Colleges To Celebrate 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

UGC has issued a circular to Higher Education Institutes to celebrate National Unity Day or Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

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Quality Of Education In Private Colleges A Bit Superior: Nitin Gadkari

He suggested governments to encourage more individuals with "managerial skills, vision, entrepreneurship and social responsibilities" to enter the field of education

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Residential Educational Institution Society (APREIS) Partners With SelfStudy For Preparing Students For Engineering And Medical Entrance Exam

SelfStudy ties up with APR Junior College located at Guntur to provide SelfStudy’s Revision Cum Test package to the students

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How To Ace Group Discussions For Selection To Undergrad Courses

Group Discussions (GDs) form an integral part for selection to several courses at the undergrad level. This is particularly true for business management and hospitality streams. There exist several myths and actual realities on how to crack open this round.

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Rs 1 Lakh Relief To Child Who Failed CBSE Class X Over A Delhi School Negligence

An inquiry committee found that the student’s class teacher had accidentally marked him absent while uploading students’ marks on the CBSE portal.

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IGNOU Announces 15% Refund On Opting E-Study Material

The scheme is open to all students enrolled or re-registered in July 2018. In the first phase the scheme is made available to students who have taken admission online

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