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No brain drain, only brain gain : Says Javadekar while proposing...

Instead of bran drain, we will have brain gain in the years to come - ensured the Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. Check details here.

MHRD to ‘Protect, Preserve and Promote Endangered Languages’

The government initiated the “Scheme for Protection and Preservation of Endangered Languages of India’, CIIL. Read article for more details.

UGC NET’17: Detailed notification out on cbsenet.nic.in

The exam is schedule to be conducted on November 5 this year and application for the same will begin from August 1 and shall go on till August 30.

Hindu College: Discrimination among boys and girls hostel, voices protest

Although,the rules for girls and boys are same,the hostel fee is where the discrimination is,viz.,where it is 90K per year for girls,the fee for boys is 58K.

UGC NET: CBSE still in-charge, no changes, says HRD Minister

Delhi HRD minister Mahendra Nath Pandey has ensured that there is no change in the organisation conducting the UGC NET. Check details here.

Dalai Lama to inaugurate ‘Secular Ethics Course’ at TISS

The course is expected to build empathy in students. The unveiling of the course is on August 14. Check the details here.

UGC (Online education) Regulations’17: Aadhaar must for e-courses

To ensure 'quality' and 'accountability' in the courses offered, institutions responsible will have to undergo third party audit every two years.

DU colleges on verge of losing financial support from Delhi govt

With DU procrastinating over the formation of a governing body in govt-funded colleges, Delhi govt. might stop funding it's colleges soon.

Delhi University : Fees likely to hike as per UGC orders,...

In the concurrent notion, teachers have been criticising the UGC order, worrying it will prompt colleges to enhance their tuition fees, which is currently affordable to most.

Taywade demands implementation of new varsity law

The practice of appointing lecturers on temporary basis is affecting the quality of teaching which ultimately hits students hard - Taywade