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Osmania University Hyderabad has raised fees drastically as a way of obtaining more funds from the government as many students are on scholarships.
The number of disabled persons in higher education has dropped 14% from 2019-20 to 2020-21, shows AISHE
Amit Sevak, president and global CEO of ETS, on the roadmap that ETS and NCERT are drawing, CBSE and state board exams, evaluation in schools.
Central government cut over Rs 5,000 crore from the Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan budget, added over Rs 2,000 crore to the mid-day meal scheme.
Under 20% of 34,099 vacancies in central institutions were filled in 2022-23, shows a review of department of higher education, education ministry.
IITB News: Darshan Solanki’s father wrote to the IIT Bombay director rejecting the inquiry report that ‘labels’ his son as 'lazy'.
Hyderabad University professor, Agepati S Raghavendra, recently became a fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, United Kingdom.
Universities are gathering more student data, have increased CCTV surveillance. This comes with increased internet-shutdowns to prevent protests.
IIM Bangalore’s business incubator, NSRCEL, has programmes for women entrepreneurs. One started a vegan meat brand; another is designing an app for wo...
The latest AISHE data shows a sharp rise in student enrolment for the teacher training, Bachelor in Education degree, but the growth has slowed.