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  • Canadian Education Road Show Reaches Chandigarh

    Chandigarh–Extending a golden opportunity to students aspiring to study in Canada,Canadian Education Road Show was organised from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm at The Hotel Taj, Chandigarh, today. The road show was inaugurated by the Hon’ble Consul General, Mr. Scott Slessor; Canadian Consulate General, Chandigarhand Hon’ble Trade Commissioner; Mr. Gurbans Sobti; Canadian Consulate General, Chandigarh […]

    Attanolearn.com Awards an iPad to the Winner of its Summer Contest, Arjun Verma from the Doon School

    Mumbai, Maharashtra,India –-Attanolearn.com, an educational community for students, parents and teachers, offering over 6500 free online videos for CBSE, ICSE and State Boards, announces the winner of its summer contest. Arjun Verma, a class XIIth student from The Doon School, Dehradun has been declared as the winner of ‘Tell Us What You Did This Summer’ […]

    ACCMAN Institute of Management Organises National Conference: “ICT Impact on the Knowledge and Information Management”

    Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India: In order to provide a platform and enable interaction amongst library experts, researchers, academicians, and students for adoption, implementation and utilization of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) towards shaping information paradigms and identifying strength and gaps in library systems, and suggest new models, policies and mechanism for reshaping the traditional […]

    Splashgain Launches Bookshelf, the Portal to Buy Educational Books from KG to PG Online

    Pune, Maharashtra, India: Splashgain today announced the launch of Bookshelf (www.bookshelf.co.in) the portal that will be focused on selling educational books. The students, parents and working executives should be able to purchase educational books such as textbooks, reference books as well as competitive exam preparation books online. The portal will have all the books from […]

    Cambridge tops world university rankings

    The University of Cambridge, where several top Indian leaders including Prime Minister Manmohan Singh have studied, has been named number one university in the world in the 2010 QS World University Rankings. Cambridge University has edged out Harvard to become the first non-US university ever to top the list. QS World University Rankings measure university […]

    HRD Ministry should focus on school education

    Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Saturday appeared to snipe at HRD Minister Kapil Sibal seeking his attention on school education rather than higher education. “The need at the moment is that the HRD Ministry should pay more attention to the development of school education and skill development centres rather than higher education and I have […]

    Everyone should have access to quality education: Sonia Gandhi

    The UPA Chairperson Mrs Sonia Gandhi has said that everyone should have access to quality education and it should not become the right of few people. She hoped that the Right to Education Act will help in meeting this challenge. Expressing concern that many children drop out of schools and one-fourth of the teachers are […]

    U.S. to Launch Gulf Oil Spill Health Study

    The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) will launch a multi-year study this fall to look at the potential health effects from the oil spill in the Gulf region, the NIH said Tuesday in a statement. The Gulf Worker Study is in response to the largest oil spill in U.S. history, caused by the explosion […]

    Apeejay Stya University organises its first Student’s Orientation programme

    New Delhi, Delhi — Apeejay Stya University, the unique university established by the Apeejay Stya Education foundation situated at Sohna, Gurgaon, organised its first student’s orientation programme in its city office in the presence of various eminent people and highly energized students. The event started with the lighting of lamp by the renowned educationist and […]

    School environment should be free from fear: PM

    With some incidents of harsh punishments meted out to children apparently weighing heavy on his mind, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said the school environment should be “free from fear, trauma and anxiety” to make the Right to Education (RTE) a grand national movement. “The RTE Act bans corporal punishment and mental harassment. It also bans […]