UPSC CSE topper Kanishak Kataria shares his preparation strategy, books he read, questions he was asked during interview among other details. He also tells the indianexpress.com how his work experience boosted his confidence.
Uttarakhand-boy Sachin Sanwal is apprehensive of taking a job in Canada and might settle for a lesser package in India. Comparing the interviews in both Indian and foreign companies, he said, in TCS more basic questions were asked and in Candian company, more applied questions were asked.
Hailing from Dalit community, leaving a foreign-based job, taking mathematics as an optional subject, UPSC CSE topper Kanishak Kataria is breaking stereotypes one at a time. One among many being thanking his girlfriend. Here is a look at what he has to say on Tweeple's love for his love life.
Bihar Board BSEB Matric 10th Result 2019: The overall pass percentage of the board has also spiked this year. Talking to indianexpress.com earlier, BSEB chairperson had said that they have introduced lenient and step-wise marking among other initiatives to take the pass percentage higher.
While Raghuvanshi has topped the exam, his friends, Ronak and Vikash have secured rank 8 and 14 respectively. With the aim of top 50 rank in mind, all three of them practised test series together and discussed the approach taken to solve difficult problems etc.
AICTE has decided to include the students' feedback as the highest parameter contributing to as many as 25 marks for the assessment of teachers. The score will be used for promotion purposes. The move is aimed to increase teaching quality in engineering colleges.
GATE result 2019 topper: Madhya Pradesh boy, who topped GATE 2019 with All India Rank (AIR) 1 and 989 score loves solving difficult questions as it makes him practice his concepts better. Son of an engineer, Shashank Mangal, also wants to crack Indian Engineering Services (IES) exam conducted by the UPSC.
Talking to indianexpress.com, a CBSE spokesperson said, "If a student or a school authority feels there is an error in any exam they can raise queries within 24 hours, however, the board has called the exam a 'success'.
Even during his first attempt, Hariharan did not prepare separately for the exam and just practised last three years' question papers. Inclined towards drawing and painting since childhood, he believes that aptitude cannot be taught
Jitesh researched on accessible infrastructure and submitted a study to the then director on making the campus infrastructure inclusive for all including accessible washrooms, ramps etc. He, who was forced to take up a physical education course had also designed a remote-operated system to control fans and lights in his hostel room.
Bihar Board BSEB Result 2019: With incentives for teachers who perform an error-free evaluation, the introduction of special software in each evaluation centre and more objective-type questions in board exams, Bihar board aims to improve pass percentage and marks obtained by toppers. Result expected to be announced sooner.
Bihar Board had adopted strict security measures to ensure security during exams including two-step checking, a special team of invigilators and barring shoes and socks during exam. Similar measures will be followed for class 10 students exams for whom will begin from February 21, 2019.
CBSE board: The board has trained teachers, principals, exam evaluators across India to help them understand the scoring system. Additionally, the board has adopted TETRA system which will facilitate real-time evaluation monitoring and trend analysis.
Three students from Jamia Milia Islamia (JMI) suspended for manhandling female students on protest. HOD, applied arts, sent on 'leave' over allegations of favouritism in marking and sexist remarks against female students.
JEE Main 2019 paper 2: He also secured 99.91 percentile marks in JEE Main paper-I (for admission to B.E/B.Tech courses) and will appear for the exam in April as well. Narayanan wishes to serve the country and aims to work at DRDO or ISRO.
The experts believe allotment to education has decreased over the years as it is receiving single-digit per cent of GDP. While academicians, industry and students alike demand more funds, indianexpress.com asks different stakeholders their expectations from the upcoming budget and areas of investment
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) has also said that it can consider limiting the number of fellowships due to 'budgetary constraints'. The research fellows who have been protesting since months said they will continue to protest for a better hike and also demand a hike in stipend every four years. According to latest notification, researchers can be asked to teach undergraduate classes.