29 May 2015
New Delhi: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and HRD Minister Smriti Irani were today locked in a spat after protests by NSUI workers outside her official residence over derecognition of a student group by IIT Madras.
29 May 2015
Chennai: Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) has found itself in a controversy over the alleged derecognition of a students' body for reportedly criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A senior official of the premier central technical institute told reporters that the students had 'violated' defined guidelines of IIT-Madras.
28 May 2015
New Delhi: The number of student visa applications for the United States has registered a 60 percent increase this year with a whopping 90,000 applicants, of whom only about 4,000 could make the cut.
20 May 2015
Beirut: A Syrian teacher was killed and 23 students were wounded when a mortar shell hit their school on Wednesday in the heart of Damascus, Syrian state media said.
19 May 2015
Patna: The Patna High Court on Monday directed the director of Bihar vigilance department to probe the recruitment of nearly 40,000 government teachers who allegedly used fake degree certificates to get the jobs, a lawyer said.
16 May 2015
Srinagar: In a rare instance, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court made a teacher write a brief exam in an open court to check his abilities but the examinee failed miserably, leading to a slew of directions to the state government for checking "tuck shops" in the education sector.
21 May 2015
London: A British woman, left shaken after a man publicly masturbated while staring at her at a Mumbai bus stop during her trip to India, has been inundated with apologies and support from Indians.
10 May 2015
Hyderabad: In a shocking incident, a student was allegedly killed during a WWE-style fight by a group of teenagers who tried to project it as a road accident.
08 May 2012
In a shocking incident, a dance teacher allegedly sodomised a Class 10 student for three months and prepared an MMS of the act here.
16 May 2015
New Delhi: Delhi University colleges will now be mandated to enrol all the students meeting their cut-off criteria and there will be no first-come, first-served policy for undergraduate admissions, which will start from May 28 for the 2015-16 academic session.