Heena Kausar covers schools, universities and student politics in Delhi. A journalist for five years, she started her career in Kashmir and has closely tracked the entry of Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi’s political space.
Last year, at least three colleges — SGTB Khalsa, Ramjas College and Kalindi College for Women — appointed forensic teams to verify the certificates submitted by candidates meeting the cutoff. read more
For all part-time programme, BA, MA, MSc, MTech, MPH, PG Diploma, and MPhil, and PhD course\/work, a minimum of 75% attendance has been made mandatory by JNU for appearing in end semester examination of that course. read more
One of the walls at the Jamia Millia Islamia Metro Station will display a mural painted by the students and teachers of the university to depict the evolution of the institute that was originally established in 1920 at Aligarh in Uttar Pradesh. read more
A Delhi government scheme to provide free sanitary napkins to all female students come to a halt in November 2016 as the tender ended. While the selection of a company for the job is still a few months away, many girls have to stay at home during pe... read more
Atishi Marlena, advisor to education minister Manish Sisodia, said the DoE will on Thursday issue directions to the school that they can neither charge fee from EWS children nor can they ask them to leave the school. read more
The application forms for nursery admissions to around 1,500 private unaided recognised schools will begin from December 27 with the first list of selected candidates to be announced by schools on February 15 next year. read more