Choosing the best Follow the CJs to the DU campus, as they hope to crack the code of what makes for a great college with the best ‘atmosphere’
In life, you’ll always come across situations where there will be someone else who’s better than you, especially since there is no one quality or standard that people can be judged on.
Jamia Hamdard is inviting applications for its programmes offered through open and distance learning mode (ODL).
HTCampus.com, the online education portal of Hindustan Times, organised the HT Beyond DU 2014 counselling session for Class 12 students looking to join college on July 12. The session is organised every year to facilitate students who are looking for options beyond Delhi University.
Three Delhi students form a youth-led organisation to raise awareness on women’s safety and child labour.
Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the owner and administrator of the GMAT exam worldwide, has announced the launch of the Official Guide for GMAT Review 2015.
It’s raining scholarships for Indian students who wish to pursue courses at various levels (class 10 to research). From cash scholarships worth Rs. 5.5 crore, tuition fee waiver to grants for research, there is a lot on offer.
Indian students have been attracted to the quality of education and research in the city’s universities.
After the much-hyped tussle between the University Grants Commission and Delhi University, our CJs face a major challenge — the high cut-offs
AICTE has announced the schedule for conducting the national level Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) to admit students to various management programmes for the academic year 2015-16.
The All India Management Association (AIMA) is inviting applicants from candidates to register for the Management Aptitude Test (MAT) 2014 to facilitate admissions to business schools for master’s in business administration (MBA) and allied courses.
Students from Delhi’s NSIT get ample opportunities to innovate while being exposed to extensive practical education.
After days of ambiguity over the fate of Delhi University’s bachelor’s degree programme following the standoff between the University Grants Commission and DU, the admission process finally began last week.
In its efforts to familiarise students with Indian values, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) plans to celebrate Sanskrit Week in affiliated schools next month. Schools can organise Sanskrit-related activities during Sanskrit Week that will be celebrated between August 7 and August 13, 2014.
India’s language of the scriptures is back in focus. A few weeks ago some members of the new government took their oath in Sanskrit. Following external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, who incidentally is a graduate in Sanskrit, were water resources minister Uma Bharti, an ardent admirer of the Bhagawat Gita and health minister, Harsh Vardhan, who has studied at the Sanskrit Victoria Jubilee Senior Secondary School in Delhi.