IGNOU to offer Right to Information (RTI) courses from next year

The “people’s university”, IGNOU, which has always striven to build a knowledge-oriented society by opening up education to one and all, now brings yet another socially relevant course. The Faculty of Public Administration at IGNOU’s School of Social Sciences in collaboration with the Central Information Commission (CIC) is planning to offer certificate as well as […]

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Physical punishment has negative impact on studies, reveals survey

An 8 year old who experience corporal punishment at school is likely to have poorer maths scores when he reaches the age of 12 as compared to his peers who’ve not been hit by teachers – reveals a study by “Young Lives”, a unique international study of childhood poverty following the changing lives of 12,000 […]

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US witnesses 30 percent increase in Indian students for higher education

The Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange, an annual report published by the Institute of International Education, has confirmed that the Indian students studying in the United States contributed a whopping $3.6 billion to the US economy for the 2014/2015 academic year. The report is published in partnership with State Department’s Bureau of Educational […]

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Nepali student tops CA Intermediate IPC November 2015 Exam

Pranav Pratik Tulshyan from Kathmandu, Nepal might have set a record of sorts. Not only has he topped the Chartered Accountants Intermediate Examination (IPC) held in November, 2015 (whose results were declared today, 1 February, 2016), but he may also be the first student from Nepal to have achieved the feat. What makes his success […]

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