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Delhi Government stops funding of 28 DU Colleges

Ban on Funding of 28 DU Colleges The Delhi government on Monday, July 30th ordered a stop on the funding of 28 Delhi University colleges. Colleges that are either fully or partially funded by the government are part of this...

/ August 1, 2017
IIM Bill 2017

Lok sabha  passes the IIM Bill giving autonomy to IIMs across country

In what Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar describes as “Historic”, Lok Sabha on Friday, July 28th Passed the IIM Bill. The bill grants statutory powers to all the IIMs in their running including appointment of directors, faculty members besides...

/ July 29, 2017
three internships mandatory for all engineering courses

Three Internships Mandatory for All Engineering Courses.

Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said that a compulsion of summer internships will be levied on Engineering colleges. Till now only reputed engineering colleges had made internships mandatory. This in turn has been leaving many graduate engineers at...

/ July 27, 2017

Indian online education would be worth $1.96 billion by 2021

Search giant Google and the professional service firm KPMG recently conducted a survey on e-education market in India. Most Noteworthy results of the report was how online education in India would reach to worth $1.96 billion by 2021. So this...

/ July 25, 2017

Brain Gain than Brain Drain says Prakash Javadekar

Over the years, no other country has seen brain drain as much as India. Half of the world runs on Indian Brains including brands like Pepsico, google, Microsoft and Adobe. India is still spending huge on its education system and...

/ July 24, 2017

Is the charm fading with 5916 seats vacant in Engineering?

It’s the time of year when colleges and students alike are seeking admissions and steeping into a new educational year. Amidst all the cut offs and screenings, admissions this year is seeing a fallout especially IITs. It is reported that...

/ July 24, 2017

IIT Madras conducts its Summer 2017 Summit in California

IIT Madras in California The Foundation Series – Summer 2017 Summit at Santa Clara, California, organised by the IIT Foundation, recently brought together the IIT Madras community, faculty, start-ups and alumni to collaborate with each other and with innovators in...

/ July 21, 2017

This academic year sees 9% dropouts in IIT

Year 2016-2017 sees 9% Dropout in IITs The Latest data released by the ministry of human resources development (MHRD) states that Indian Institutes of Technology have seen 9% (889) drop out in the 2016-17 academic year. 71% (630) were PG students, 196...

/ July 16, 2017

India will become the Youngest nation by 2030 opening wider market for Education

The Increasing Youth Population of India Statistics says that every third person in the Indian cities is youth. In the time to come, 600 million youth under the age of twenty five, will be added to India’s population . The...

/ July 15, 2017