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All India Survey on <strong>Higher</strong> <strong>Education</strong> 2014-15 launched

All India Survey on Higher Education 2014-15 launched

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry on Wednesday launched the All-India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) 2014-15, an annual, web-based, pan-India exercise on the status of higher education in the country.

New Delhi,   Human Resource Development Ministry,   All-India Survey on Higher Education,   AISHE,   pan-India exercise,   higher education ,  
Apple Inc seen riding <strong>higher</strong> on strong iPhone demand, iPad rebound

Apple Inc seen riding higher on strong iPhone demand, iPad rebound

22 Oct 2014

Strong global demand for Apple Inc's  iPhone 6 will drive revenue growth through 2015, while updated models should help reverse three straight quarters of declining iPad sales, analysts said.

Apple Inc,   iPhone 6,   iPhone 6 Plus,   Apple revenue,   iPad,   New iPad,   Apple,   Apple profit,  
CBSE schools brought under DSE for RTE Act implementation

CBSE schools brought under DSE for RTE Act implementation

21 Oct 2014

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Government has issued a notification bringing all schools affiliated to boards other than state boards under the control of its Director of School Education for implementation of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009.

CBSE schools,   DSE,   RTE Act,   education,   CBSE board,   ,  
Taiwan, Uttarakhand to work in field of food processing

Taiwan, Uttarakhand to work in field of food processing

14 Oct 2014

Dehradun: Taiwan and Uttarakhand will jointly work in the field of food processing besides conducting cultural and educational exchange programmes with each other in the field of higher education.

Taiwan,   Uttarakhand,   food processing,   higher education,   Chief Minister,   Harish Rawat,   Kumaon University,   Graphic Era University,   Taipei Economic and Cultural Center,   Chung Kwang Tien,  
Government withdraws UPA's bill on <strong>higher</strong> <strong>education</strong>, research

Government withdraws UPA's bill on higher education, research

25 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Government on Wednesday decided to withdraw a controversial legislation, introduced during the UPA regime, which sought to create an overarching body in the higher education subsuming existing regulatory bodies such as UGC, AICTE and NCTE.

Central government,   UPA government,   Education bill,   Higher education and research,   Kapil Sibal,   Indian PM,   Narendra Modi,   UGC,   Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan,  
PNB Q2 Net up 14 percent at Rs 575 crore on robust growth

PNB Q2 Net up 14 percent at Rs 575 crore on robust growth

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi : State owned lender Punjab National Bank's net profit in the second quarter ended September 30 grew by 13.81 per cent to Rs 575.34 crore on robust growth in other income.

Punjab National Bank,   PNB,   Public Sector Bank,   Growth,   Net profit,   Government bank,  
<strong>Education</strong>, a panacea to all ills: Arunachal Minister

Education, a panacea to all ills: Arunachal Minister

16 Oct 2014

Itanagar: Education is panacea to all ills confronting the present society, state Education Minister Tapang Taloh has said.

Education,   Educational institutions,   Tapang Taloh,   Jemi Notko,   Itanagar new collage,   Itanagar CM,   Nabam Tuki,   ,  
Westernised <strong>education</strong> concept dealt a blow to Indian culture: Rajnath Singh

Westernised education concept dealt a blow to Indian culture: Rajnath Singh

16 Oct 2014

Jodhpur: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh held westernised education concept brought by Britishers responsible for dealing a severe blow to the values and culture of the country and said present system was not fulfilling the main objective of education.

Westernised education,   Indian culture,   Rajnath Singh,   Home Minister,   BJP,   NDA,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,  
Tech students need to hone communication, soft-skills: TCS

Tech students need to hone communication, soft-skills: TCS

19 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Country's largest software exporter TCS, which is in the process of hiring 25,000 people from the campuses and raise it to 35,000 next fiscal, feels the education institutes must pay special attention to improve communication and soft skills of their students.

Mumbai,   software exporter,   TCS,   campuses,   education institutes,   special attention,   communication,   soft skills,  
Wilshere studying Alonso and Pirlo in his footballing <strong>education</strong>

Wilshere studying Alonso and Pirlo in his footballing education

13 Oct 2014

London: England midfielder Jack Wilshere has been watching clips of  Xabi Alonso and Andrea Pirlo as he bids to fill the holding midfield void created by the international retirement of Steven Gerrard.

Jack Wilshere,   England,   Andrea Pirlo,   Steven Gerrard,   midfielder,   ,  

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