Rolling back CBSE order, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has clarified it is no longer necessary to furnish Aadhar for appearing in JEE and NET. In 2017, the CBSE made Aadhar compulsory, an order which was changed by UGC. As per the order, the Aadhar number was to be printed on their mark sheets
The British boarding schools show, to be held in October seeks to expose discerning Indian families to the concept of UK boarding school education, and the benefits for a student. The show will be held in Delhi and Mumbai and will bring the registrars from selected leading boarding schools of UK.
Sanjay Sen, a differently-abled teacher, whose picture was shared by a Twitter user, teaches in a village in Rajasthan, under Shiksha Sambal project. The project operates across 5 districts in Rajasthan. His dedication, despite of limited resources, to teach the kids is inspirational.
The online registrations for CAT 2018 are currently underway and shall continue till September 19. The exam is scheduled for November 25. Though engineering students tend to have an edge, and they score greater percentiles, but here are some tips for non-engineering students to crack the exam.
An IIT Kharagpur delegation is visiting the US to meet researchers looking for a career in the best higher education. We're keen to engage with bright doctoral students and post-doctoral fellows in the US and discuss academic career options at the Institute, head of the delegation said today.
The Indian Civil Services exam, popularly referred to as the IAS exam, is conducted by UPSC each year. The exam is considered one of the toughest in India, but with thorough preparation and strong determination, one can crack it. Here's the paper pattern and details of the IAS exam stages.
In a bid to help students in the flood-ravaged state of Kerala, the CBSE has decided to provide digital mark sheets, pass certificates, and migration certificates to those who have lost their physical copies. Additionally, the CBSE has postponed all internal school examinations till September 10.
Most science students in India opt for engineering after Class 12. There are many engineering colleges in the country that offer high standards of education and many of them are located in North India. Here's everything about 8 such top colleges, institutes, and universities for engineering.
One of the most prestigious Government positions, Civil servants enjoy power, respect, and bag decent pay-checks. But, the path to becoming an IAS officer isn't an easy one, as the UPSC Civil services exam for IAS is one of toughest in India. However, here are tips to help you prepare for IAS exam.
As the successor to Fitbit Charge 2, US-based Fitbit has launched its Charge 3 in India. The new fitness tracker starts at Rs. 14,999 and comes with a touchscreen display and 'Swim Mode'. It has also launched a 'Special Edition' which comes with NFC-based payments support and costs Rs. 15,999.
IRCTC offers tickets at concessional rates to a number of specified categories. The concessions vary between 10% and 100%, and the categories chosen include disabled passengers, senior citizens, awardees, war widows, students etc. Here are 10 rules you must know about these concessions by Railways.
The Center awards several scholarships to students pursuing various courses based on merit, community, and family income among other things. The aim is to promote quality education, helping students overcome financial struggles and other obstacles. Here are some top government-backed scholarships.
Registration for the CAT 2018 begins today on the official website. The deadline is September 19. Admit cards will be available from October 24 till up to the test on November 25. Tutorials will be released on the official website from October 17. The test will be conducted across 147 cities.
In what might be a hugely beneficial move for students, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) is expected to give the nod to IIMs allowing them to admit graduates directly into PhD programs, like IITs are allowed to do.
Many of the 20 highly esteemed IIMs had raised the concerns
Delhi, India's capital, is one of the top rankers in several undesirable aspects: crimes against women, drug consumption, drug trafficking, and even human trafficking. AICTE data has now added another to the list: 'fake' engineering colleges. Of 277 such colleges across India, 66 are in Delhi.