Globally-recognised, the Advanced Placement exam enables high school students to pursue university-level studies in a wide variety of subjects
Ideas of equality, liberty and fraternity depict the true spirit at Jawaharlal Nehru University. We spoke to actor Swara Bhaskar, to get an insider’s view.
Most experts are of the view that it is healthy for children to use the internet to take a break for a few minutes as it can help boost productivity, but they should not use it for too long as any negative comment from a friend can be distressing.
Ramnarain Ruia College in Matunga has become the first and only college in the country to have been accorded the ‘College of Excellence’ status by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
Students of Delhi University’s Lady Irwin College are working on a project that has dual benefits. It is meant to reach out to the rural population and is also environment-friendly. The students are working on designing solar engineered products for the rural population.
Thanks to smart phones and mobile apps, our lives have become much easier. In a unique effort by SGTB Khalsa College, teachers and students have developed a mobile app called SpineVeda which is meant to help persons with spine injuries.
Akash Kumar, co-founder and director, OurHealthMate tells us how NUS helped him in making his dream come true.
Singapore has come a long way indeed! The country now needs to advance to the next stage of innovation and creativity to remain competitive.
What started as a medical school with 23 students, NUS has now developed into an institution that has consistently been ranked among the best in both Singapore and Asia
It was once believed that one’s gender determined what was expected, allowed and valued in us. To be a boy or a girl meant behaving in a certain way and possessing certain qualities. But society today is in transition, and people have now begun to question these age-old assumptions.
Try and provide a healthy, positive and empathetic emotional environment to your child during boards
Students preparing for the written ability test (WAT) and those currently studying at B-schools say that the most important tip to ace the WAT and the group discussion (GD) is to develop strong opinions about various issues in current affairs.
Google Summer of Code is a programme that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects. The programme has brought together over 7,500 students with over 440 open source projects, to create over 50 millions of lines of code.
Tata Crucible Campus Quiz, an inter-college business quiz series in the country, is back to enthrall students. This year, the quiz will be held in 34 cities with its 10th edition. This year’s theme is ‘Power of 10’.
The final placements at Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and other B-schools have brought good news to students at these institutions.