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Students Who Fail Twice In Row Won’t Be Regular Students: DoE

In an affidavit, the DoE told a bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice A J Bhambhani that such students would be counselled to take up Patrachar Vidyalaya, National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS), etc.

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Delhi University Plans To Cap Sports, ECA Disciplines

The university’s committee on undergraduate admission policy has received recommendations on limiting the choice of sports and co-curricular activities for aspirants.

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CBSE Awaits Government Input To Help Transgender Students

The Transgender Resource Centre (TRC) at DU, constituted last year to facilitate admissions and provide educational counselling to transgender applicants, said it has written to the CBSE seeking an appointment to discuss the matter.

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AICTE To Get Retired IIT, NIT Professors To Mentor Colleges

In December 2017, AICTE initiated a mission to introduce better systems and processes in order to improve the quality of education imparted in technical institutes across the country, such as imposing a blanket ban on the establishment of new institutes from the 2020-21 academic year.

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Smart Campus For The Nextgen Leaders

Atul Temurnikar, Chairman and Co-Founder, Global Schools Foundation talks about the initiative with Priya Saraf of BW Education.

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Design thinking can be applied to bring large-scale changes in society: Srikant Datar

Dr Srikant Datar, Professor of Business Administration. Senior Associate Dean, Harvard Business School expounds on the concept in an interview with Prerna Lamba of BW Education.

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Engineering Internship: A Step In Right Direction?

An internship allows a student to avail of an opportunity to explore the various fields of engineering while they understand where their passion lies. Engineering as a field that covers the various sectors, from artificial hearts to submarines, the choice is with the student where they would like to

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Changing Lives Through Education

Education changes lives. More than gold, real estate or inherited wealth. It changes the individual, and it changes the nation.

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Information And Communication Technology For Students And Educators

Information and communication technology (ICT) has become inevitable and it fundamentally changes the way of life across all spheres. People are the national wealth and education enhances their lives with prosperity and quintessentially makes them responsible and ethical citizens.

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Critical Chapters Dropped From CBSE Class 10 Exam

Chapters on democracy and diversity in Class 10 social science syllabus for the 2019-2020 session will not figure in the final exams, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided.

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