The semester-long training program will be mandatory for recruiting faculty members in technical institutions.
Gujarati students participated in a heritage walk organized by Raipur Smart City Limited.
Attempts by the government of India to impose new rules on centrally funded universities that would restrict academic freedoms and the right to protest or strike are being reversed.
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The publishing crisis in India is due to the government’s policy of making research compulsory across all institutions without taking into account their different nature.
Indian Institutes of Technology will pool their resources to hire professors collectively from abroad.
The Indian government’s move to replace the University Grants Commission, with a new body to allow institutions more autonomy faces opposition in parliament.
India has announced several initiatives aimed at boosting its universities’ international rankings and image worldwide.
IITD is set to extend its reputation beyond engineering.
Number of female students making IIT entry doubles.
IITs to promote institutions via dinner meetings, lectures, tie-ups, journal ads & social media.
The Microsoft Imagine Cup is a technology competition where students from around the globe team up to solve some of the world’s biggest problems.
IIT-Bombay, was followed by IIT-Madras and IIT-Delhi in terms of revenue generated.
Academics have reacted strongly to the denial by the Indian government of visas to Pakistani scholar.
It’s an incredible hiring season at new IITs, their best ever.
The UGC’s planned replacement and the ’eminence’ tag for Jio Institute form part of the shock and awe tactics by which the annihilation of Indian higher education is taking place.
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It is being billed by the Modi government as an attempt to introduce ‘minimum government, maximum governance’, but Indian higher education needs much more deep-rooted change.
The Indian government has put forward two draft acts to replace the higher education regulatory body with a new body.
Though science should be taught through observations and demonstrations, it has been limited to lectures.
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Curtailing research funding from external sources may have human costs.
India’s educational challenges can only be addressed by efforts of engaged and capable teachers.
Funds to be raised from a clutch of sources, including education bonds, commercial borrowings and corporate houses.
12,000 students have registered their names for admissions into the more than 38,000 B Tech seats in engineering colleges of the state.
The Union Health Ministry recently signed an agreement with Indira Gandhi National Open University.
Some HEIs accept paying Indian GST to agents.
“The Central government has taken strong steps to keep a check on such practices of plagiarism in Ph.D research.”
Aadhaar-linked direct benefit transfer of scholarships to CSIR and UGC fellows was meant to eliminate delays in funds disbursal.
IIT Madras developing technology for waterways, ports.
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The research park at IIT-Madras has grown from a sparsely occupied shell to a huge venture.
A recently-released World Bank report paints a rather dismal picture of socioeconomic mobility and inequality of opportunity around the world.
It now ranks higher than IIT-Delhi (172) and has also overtaken the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, which is ranked 170.
Apple CEO Tim Cook shared a Twitter video about the 530-plus winners of WWDC 2018 student scholarship.
Several new proposals for Indian higher education promise incremental change to the system.
IISc has made it to the top 100 in the Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings 2018. It is the only Indian institution in the list.
The problem is starkest in Allahabad and Delhi universities where 98.36% & 93.10% of seats reserved for SCs and STs are vacant.
IIT Madras has incubated a startup to help the founders of other startups in the early stages of their ventures.
Google will release one assignment every week for four weeks.
Teachers feel huge domestic demand puts Indian universities at a disadvantage.
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Researchers have relied upon school children for evidence of learning deficits in but teachers could be vectors themselves.
Source: Study International
The results of a recent survey suggest that more than 60% of students who come to Canada to complete their post-secondary education hope to become permanent residents of ‘The Great White North’ after they graduate.
While pathways to citizenship currently exist for international students, both the government and various institutions feel more can be done. In the coming years, an increased number of employment opportunities, international programs and scholarships will be made available to help make these students feel more at home while they study abroad in Canada.
For further details on the study, visit Study International.
UGC comes up with a 5-point plan to help Modi get the jobs he is looking for.
If India is to achieve its dream of having world-class institutions, it needs to recognise that it takes more than funds.
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Young minds in India are being destroyed by a faulty pattern of education, parental ambitions and a flawed idea of ‘success’.
Data shows the number of management colleges has dropped from 3,609 in 2014-15 to 3,264 in 2017-18.
Source: Times Higher Education
The new Study in India internationalization strategy aims to increase the number of international students in the country to 200,000 in five years while transforming India into a regional leader in terms of attracting students from abroad.
The Indian government states that 15,000 seats in 160 universities will be dedicated to these incoming students next year, none of which will be taken from domestic students. The top 25% of international students will be eligible for full scholarships while the next 50% of students will be able to receive partial fee waivers.
For further details on the Study in India program, visit the Times Higher Education website.