Govt de-affiliates 400 industrial training institutes for failing quality norms

New Delhi Oct  23: The government has de-affiliated close to 400 industrial training institutes (ITIs) after quality inspections administered by it found the institutes lacking the requisite infrastructure and trainers for imparting vocational training to students.

Asked about around 400 out of the 13,000-odd industrial training institutes…

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Mumbai school renamed after Kalam

Mumbai, Oct 16: Ghatkopar-based NMWS-run school was renamed as ‘SIES Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Memorial High School’ on Sunday in the presence of 87 students — the number representing the “87th birthday” of the former President.

The ‘North Mumbai Welfare Society’ (NMWS), running the school with 3…

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Kids make a sale, ensure education of the underprivileged

Vadodara Oct 14 : ‘Khushiyon Ni Kabat’ project, the first edition of which was held earlier this year took place again in the city, this time, on a much grander scale. The second edition of the project took place on Sunday at the Akota Atithi Gruh.

‘Khushiyon Ni Kabat’ is a…

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Birmingham launches language course for India’s future engineers

London Oct 10 :  Engineering students across India have the opportunity to sign up for the University of Birmingham’s new online training that will help them improve their technical English language skills – free-of-charge.
 The University’s ‘Electrical Engineering: Sensing, Powering and Controlling’ course aims to support students for…

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