At the age of eight, she has already visited 18 countries as part of her movement but had to drop out of mainstream education. Kangujam urged children across the country to act upon the climate crisis and ask their parents to "use bicycles where they can"
There will not be any compartment exam for class 11 and those who have failed in more than one exam will have to repeat a year, while those who failed in one subject out of five have been promoted to class 12.
Considering math to be his 'fun activity', Pranjal has been participating in math competitions since class 3 and wishes to pursue pure mathematics or theoretical computer science for his higher studies.
These bricks can be used in roads and can pass the rainwater directly into the ground and remain intact. The innovation is being tested with different proportions and will be available in the market soon.
New Zealand changed its post-study work visa last year under which both undergraduate and postgraduate students get work rights of up to three years. This is an open visa and is applicable to students even if they do not secure any job offer after graduation.
Appreciating IITs for their 'good teaching', THE Ranking editorial director said these institutes do not have a 'rich research culture'. The IIT-Delhi director commented that THE has no idea about Indian institutes.
IIT-Delhi launches FIRE scheme that would fund deep-technology start-up ideas with Rs 50 lakh initially. Three years of leave, of which one year would be paid, besides research facilities would be provided to teachers
The new substance, created by IIT-Delhi, is made from lentils and has the same protein-level, taste and cooking procedure as real eggs, Plant-based mutton, chicken, beef and turkey will be released soon.
According to a survey by Google India, children as young as 10 have access to the web but 98 per cent of Indian parents believe that to use the internet independently, their ward should be taught about online safety. Experts believe that it is parents who need training first.
Poor performance by women in UGC NET, societal biases while hiring and promotion have led to 2 lakh fewer female teachers than males across India. The gender gap is wider at the higher posts, according to an HRD report
The Centre for Engineering in Medicine will start enrolling students from October. It will offer Masters and PhD level courses with nearly 50 seats. The medical college-cum-specialty hospital, which is developing in collaboration with Tata Trust, will also have Master's level courses.
Even after over 5 lakh extra enrollment in BEd courses, hundreds of colleges fail to fill seats. The mindset of BEd increasing the matrimonial prospects of women is among the reasons behind the lack of quality education, says the chairperson.
The SOL will also hold online classes including webinars and chat-based counselling sessions for which the institute is aiming to hire 2000 new PCPs. The new study material will be available to students in their respective dashboards.
Three years post establishment, IIIT Bhopal is yet to have a director, permanent faculty or placement cell. Worried about lack of placement, students protesting since a week. IIIT administration threatens to give zero in tests, approaches parents.
Over 550 boys have been made to live in OYO-partnered nearby accommodation while female students have been accommodated in faculty, guest flats inside the campus. There has been high enrolment due to EWS quota, women-only quota as well as an increase in PhD seats as part of Institute of eminence status.