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Most Beautiful Campuses in India

Educational institutes are meant to impart knowledge and learning becomes more enjoyable when these campuses are well-structured, have high-quality infrastructure, hi-tech facilities, reading halls, playgrounds,…

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IITs Aim to Increase Seats to One Lakh by 2020

At present there are 72,000 students in undergraduate, postgraduate or doctorate courses in the 23 IITs in India. All the 72,000 students are residential students…

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Short-term Courses after Class XII

The Class XII Boards, also known as Higher Secondary, the stepping stone to one’s future is done and dusted for this academic year, and results…

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An artistic edge – choose from a range of specialisations

Traditionally, the study of arts is divided into visual arts and applied arts. With an increasing number of creative profiles across industries, students can choose…

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‘I Wish I Had a Pair of Scissors, So I Could Cut Out Your Tongue’ – School Bullying

One evening after school, about three weeks ago, my husband and daughter were on the curb in the too-early dark with the usual group of…

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Six Ways to Give the Gift of Generosity to Children and Teenagers

Generosity is a trait that nearly all of us share and hope to imprint on the children and teenagers in our orbit. So if you’re…

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Beyond Right to Education: UNICEF on How to Ensure Quality

In a tiny village in India, when a group of children talk, laugh and make their way to school, one can smile and think that…

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Getting the elementary arithmetic wrong

The challenge for Activity-Based Learning is to maintain a nuanced approach toward reading comprehension When misplaced priorities, segmented approaches and corruption govern education, schooling fails…

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Understand education role as an enabler for uplifting the society

In the coming years, the chief differentiator that will matter in the selection and ranking of the educational institutions will be whether the institution is…

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Building skills is building a better world

Denmark’s minister of higher education and science, Søren Pind, recently visited India to strengthen bilateral relations in education and research. Stressing on further co-operation for…