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Raman Singh for improving of teaching skills in govt schools

Raman Singh for improving of teaching skills in govt schools

30 Sep 2014

Raipur: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Monday proposed hiring of engineering graduates for teaching maths and science subjects in government schools even as he stressed the need to improve the 'teaching skills' to bring in qualitative change in overall education.

Raman Singh,   Teaching skills,   School education,   Chattisgarh CM,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,  
Health and <strong>education</strong> top priority: Akhilesh Yadav

Health and education top priority: Akhilesh Yadav

25 Sep 2014

Jaunpur: Laying the foundation stone of a medical college here, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Thursday said health and education were top priorities for his government.

UP by-polls,   Akhilesh Yadav,   SP,   Samajwadi Party,   education in UP,   ,  
Government withdraws UPA's bill on higher <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,  
<strong>Uttarakhand</strong>: New community radio goes on air in Rudraprayag

Uttarakhand: New community radio goes on air in Rudraprayag

22 Sep 2014

Dehradun: A new community radio went on air in Uttarakhand to disseminate information to two lakh people in 200 remote villages in the disaster–prone Rudraprayag district.

Uttarakhand,   Rudraprayag,   Uttarakhand disaster,   community radio,   community radio in Uttarakhand,  
'Cell-like' <strong>structure</strong> points towards life on Mars

'Cell-like' structure points towards life on Mars

16 Sep 2014

London: A tiny fragment of Martian meteorite 1.3 billion years old has made a strong case for the possibility of life on Mars, say scientists.

Cell,   life on Mars,   meteorite,   earth,   Mars,  
<strong>Uttarakhand</strong> to host 1st International Sanskrit conference on 26th September

Uttarakhand to host 1st International Sanskrit conference on 26th September

24 Sep 2014

Dehradun: Around 400 Sanskrit scholars from across the country and abroad will gather here to participate in the first of its kind International Sanskrit Conference to be held here at the Raj Bhawan.

International Sanskrit Conference,   Raj Bhawan,   Governor Aziz Qureshi,   Raj Bhawan,   Uttarakhand Sanskrit University ,  
Water-holding 1.3 billion-year-old meteorite suggests Mars was habitable

Water-holding 1.3 billion-year-old meteorite suggests Mars was habitable

18 Sep 2014

London: A fragment of a 1.3 billion-year-old Martian meteorite shows signs that it once held water, suggesting that the red planet may have been habitable, scientists say.

Martian meteorite,   Mars,   habitable,   cell-like structure,   UK,   Greece,  
State governments should rework tax <strong>structure</strong> on jet fuel: Centre

State governments should rework tax structure on jet fuel: Centre

16 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: The Centre has urged all state governments to rework the tax structure on jet fuel in the interest of the aviation industry and has received "positive" response from some states.

jet fuel,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   aviation industry,   aviation turbine fuel,   ATF,  
Video games could streamline <strong>education</strong> research

Video games could streamline education research

19 Sep 2014

Washington: Researchers have found a dramatically easier and more cost-effective way to do research on science curriculum in the classroom - and it could include playing video games.

Researchers,   Science curriculum,   Classroom,   Video games,  
Channeling the 'selfie' for a social cause

Channeling the 'selfie' for a social cause

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The craze of clicking a 'selfie' is now being used as a harbinger of social change. A global human rights group has taken up the initiative to promote girl education. In a unique attempt to create awareness about education of girl child among the younger generation, the global human rights group has taken up the challenge of sending girls to school by urging people to take their selfies.

Selfie,   Social cause,   Girl education,   Selfies4School,   Educate Girls,   #Selfies4school ,  

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