Education cap issue: Army evolving better system, says Rawat

New Delhi, Jan 13:  Army chief Bipin Rawat said that the army is working on evolving a better system for providing aid being to children of martyrs and those disabled in action, after government put a Rs 10,000 cap on the monthly fund.

He said that the system that…

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IIT Kanpur starts service on Hindu sacred texts, says ready for criticism

Lucknow Jan 11 : Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur has become the first engineering college in India to start a text and audio service related to Hindu sacred texts. The services are being offered on the official portal of the premier college which displays the link www.gitasupersite.iitk.ac…

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Conference at BU

New Delhi  Jan, 8:  Indian students are recognised globally and they have to become aware of not just their immediate culture but of that of the world, said Hans Hoyer, secretary general, International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES) while addressing a gathering of professors and industry practitioners at the…

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Bengal Governor condemns assault on teachers in Kolkata college

Kolkata, Jan 4 :  West Bengal Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi on Wednesday condemned the incident of agitation by the student’s union in the Charuchandra College here and urged the students to show “student-like courtesy” towards the teachers.

A teacher and a non-teaching staff of the college were allegedly…

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