The centre will be set up by the Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Mumbai. In its first phase, a lab is expected to come up in the city next year. The second phase, a greenfield project, is expected to come up on 203 acres of land owned by ICT in Jalna by 2021, said GFI India Managing Director Varun Deshpande.
“My experience has been so unpleasant. A quotation is raised for Rs 8 lakh and bills are submitted for Rs 80 lakh. Matters are landing in court, we have held back payments and referred the matter to the ministry," Uttam Pacharne said.
Dr Kalpana Apte, Secretary General of Family Planning Association of India (FPAI), tells The Indian Express why population control needs a multi-pronged approach and explains why population growth cannot be attributed to an increase in births alone
Project Nomad is a documentary that Dutta is making to document homeschooling initiatives and compile data for parents. A ‘Teach for India’ fellow based in Pune, Harshad Tathed, is helping him produce the documentary.
According to a government resolution dated February 7, a common entrance examination will be conducted for appointment of teachers in aided, partially aided and unaided schools for the primary, secondary, higher secondary sections.
Tata Institute of Social Sciences’ (TISS) has partnered with foreign universities and HelpAge India to form the China - India Population Ageing Forum to study implications of population ageing and work out suitable policy responses.
British Council’s Director (West Region) Helen Silvester speaks to The Indian Express about their initiatives to improve English language training, provide opportunities to youngsters to study in the United Kingdom and to give people access to creativity.
University of Mumbai (MU) had submitted a report claiming that 15 per cent to 20 per cent of the text in a book written by the principal of Ulhasnagar’s Chandibai Himatlal Mansukhani College resembles a book authored by an American.
MU has proposed nine law colleges, 14 arts, science, commerce (night) colleges, three arts, science and commerce (ladies) colleges, 17 arts and commerce colleges, two fine arts and performing arts colleges, three pharmacy colleges and one management college