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Education

B-schools use Mandarin mantra for global success

Indian management students have devised a unique strategy to take on their Chinese counterparts when the two face off on the global stage.

Hindu sacks two teachers for assaulting colleagues

Two teachers of Delhi University’s Hindu College, who had been accused of physically assaulting others during a staff association meeting, were dismissed by the governing body of the college.

Where learning is all play

The ‘work hard and play-hard’ motto of IIM Bangalore students drove Saumil Majmudar to start a company with the idea of delivering holistic education through sports

Money and might rule Panjab University polls

Swanky cars, leaders dressed in smart kurta-pyjamas and a touch of glamour thrown in - the scene on the Panjab University (PU) campus here is more festive than academic this year.

An eye lost, cancer survivor makes it to IIT

His resolve is written large on his face. Pankaj Yadav, 18, has made it to the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU)-Varanasi, overcoming his handicap of losing an eye to cancer 13 years ago.

IGNOU launches online students' services

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has introduced website based students' services, an official statement said Friday.

CAT 2013 registration with electronic voucher begins

Registration to the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2013, for entrance to institutes of management studies, with the new option this year of purchasing vouchers electronically began on Monday, an official statement said.

Twitterati takes on CBSE results

Students who wrote the 2012-13 CBSE Class 12 exams, took to the social media to announce their and their loved ones' results. Many in the Twitter universe had a lot of jokes in their kitty. While some quipped about how family and distant relatives respond to them, others found their kicks in what follows these results.

Waiting for cut-off lists? DU controversies you need to know

With the CBSE results out, students will now be on the look-out for the Delhi University's cut-off lists, praying and hoping to get through to the college of their choice. Here's a quick run-down of the various controversies surrounding DU. Vishakha Saxena reports.

Indian kids more interested in saving environment

Indian children are more interested in protecting the environment from ill-effects of climate change than their counterparts the world over and are concerned about lack of proper sanitation and drinking water, according to a global survey on children's hopes and fears.

UGC chairman faces anti-minority charge

The outgoing secretary of the University Grants Commission, India's apex higher education regulator, has accused the body's chairman Ved Prakash of discriminating against minorities in a complaint to the National Commission for Minorities (NCM).

College Festivals: Inside out

The crowded corridors and zestful atmosphere may lead you to believe that being part of a college festival is a lot of fun. But behind the victories and smiles are brickbats, hard work and toil. In fact, in three or four years of college, if you haven’t been a part of a fest, your campus experience remains incomplete.

Best schools from city's north

Listed alphabetically are the best schools from the north zone - areas north of Goregaon in the west, Ghatkopar in the east, and Thane. Methodology | North zone top schools 2011 | Top schools of 2012

Guru cool

On the occasion of Teacher’s Day, students from across city colleges talk about the coolest professors on their campus.

IIT-B: Not just a techie haven

Life at IIT-B is not just about mathematical calculations and engineering drawings; read on to get a closer look.
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