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Karnataka government to set <strong>up</strong> smart class rooms, virtual classes

Karnataka government to set up smart class rooms, virtual classes

22 Nov 2014

Bengaluru: Karnataka government will soon set up smart class rooms and virtual classes at its first grade colleges to achieve quality enrichment of teaching-learning processes through technological intervention, a minister said.

Karnataka government,   smart class rooms,   virtual classes,   first grade colleges,   Higher Education Minister,   R V Deshpande,   Karnataka Examination Authority,  
Panel expresses concern over quality of higher <strong>education</strong>

Panel expresses concern over quality of higher education

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Several members of a parliamentary panel on HRD Ministry expressed their concern over the quality of higher education in the country and employability though they expressed appreciation on steps taken by the Ministry on skill development.

Panel expresses concern,   quality of higher education,   education,   government,   HRD Ministry,  
Maharashtra government is keen to groom youth leaders via college elections: Vinod Tawde

Maharashtra government is keen to groom youth leaders via college elections: Vinod Tawde

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is keen to re-start college elections as they would groom student leaders and help them develop leadership skills, Education Minister Vinod Tawde said here on Saturday.

Maharashtra government,   Education Minister Vinod Tawde,   College elections,   self defence for girls,   leadership skills,   ,  
Efforts needed to arrest declining <strong>education</strong> standards: President

Efforts needed to arrest declining education standards: President

21 Nov 2014

Yupia (Arunachal Pradesh): President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday sought concerted efforts to arrest "declining standards" of education and said top institutions like IITs and NITs must produce professionally competent personnel who can take an aspirational India to greater heights.

Pranab Mukherjee,   IIT,   NIT,   National Institute of Technology,   Nabam Tuki,  
Lack of sanitation can be 'cause and effect' of poverty: India

Lack of sanitation can be 'cause and effect' of poverty: India

20 Nov 2014

United Nations: Highlighting its commitment to end practise of open defecation in the country, India has said that lack of access to basic sanitation can be both a "cause and effect" of poverty as it expressed concern over the Millenium Development Goals target on the sanitation issue.

Lack of sanitation,   cause and effect of poverty in India,   Millenium Development Goals target,   sanitation issue,   Access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation facilities,   central to health and sustainable development,   central to eradication of poverty as well,   India's Permanent Representative to the UN,   UN Ambassador Asoke Mukerji,   socio-economic up-liftment,   physical safety and security,   ,  
Nobel laureate Satyarthi appeals to MPs to pass Bill banning child labour

Nobel laureate Satyarthi appeals to MPs to pass Bill banning child labour

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Ahead of Parliament's Winter Session, Nobel laureate and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi appealed to all the MPs to ensure passage of a Bill seeking complete ban on child labour.

Nobel laureate,   Satyarthi,   Satyarthi appeals to MPs,   pass Bill,   banning child labour,   child labour,   child education,  
Fears grow in India about Hindu "Modi-fication" of <strong>education</strong>

Fears grow in India about Hindu "Modi-fication" of education

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indians were flying aeroplanes, carrying out stem cell research and may even have been using cosmic weapons 5,000 years ago, according to the chairman of India's leading historical organisation.

Hindu "Modi-fication" of education,   Professor Y. Sudershan Rao,   Indian Council of Historical Research,   Hindu epics are adequate to understand,   ancient world,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   India's history books are beholden,   colonial powers,   foreign invaders,   Marxists,   Hindu-nationalist orthodoxy,   controversial Hindu nationalist,   Dinanath Batra,   ,  
Uganda seeks Indian support to set <strong>up</strong> police academy

Uganda seeks Indian support to set up police academy

22 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: Uganda has sought India's help in setting up a police training academy in that country, a senior official said here on Saturday. Speaking at the 'Youth Conclave' organised by Young Indians, a part of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) here, Director of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (SVPNPA) Aruna Bahuguna said, "Uganda has requested us to come and help them in setting up their police academy."

Uganda,   India,   Indian support,   police academy,   police training academy,   Youth Conclave,   Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy,   SVPNPA,  
India's forex <strong>up</strong> by USD 419 million

India's forex up by USD 419 million

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: India's foreign exchange reserves grew by USD 419.4 million to USD 315.55 billion for the week ended November 14, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) data showed.

India's forex,   USD 419 million,   market,   business,   forex,   ,  
European Parliament may propose Google break-<strong>up</strong> in draft resolution

European Parliament may propose Google break-up in draft resolution

22 Nov 2014

The European Parliament is preparing a non-binding resolution that proposes splitting Google Inc's search engine operations in Europe from the rest of its business as one possible option to rein in the Internet company's dominance in the search market.

European Parliament,   Google Inc,   Search engine,   Google Europe,   Internet,   Search market,  

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