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IITs likely to blacklist six start-ups from campus recruitment

These start-ups will be barred from hiring from IITs in 2016-17, said Babu Viswanathan, placement advisor at IIT-Madras. Besides, start-ups…

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Reforming & Rejuvenating India’s Higher Education

Speaking at a National Conference “Reforming & Rejuvenating India’s Higher Education” organized by the Education Promotion Society for India (EPSI)…

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Govt to unveil National Education Policy soon

The Minister said, “We have received suggestions from people living in 1.10 lakh villages and over 1,500 municipal bodies ……

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IITs to increase number of seats to 450

The Cabinet, in its meeting held on 2nd December 2015, has approved operationalisation of these six new IITs as Registered…

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IITs improving teaching methods in engineering colleges

The Union Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Zubin Irani in a written reply to a Rajya Sabha question said that…

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MHRD clarifies on proposed fee hike for IITs

This is with reference to the decision of the IIT Council revising fee for the undergraduate programmes. MHRD has clarified…

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First Indian Ranking of Higher Education Institutions, offering students better perspective

While releasing the India Rankings 2016 she said that history has been made as National Institutional Ranking framework (NIRF) is…

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MHRD denies fee hike for IITs, SC/ST/Differently abled to get complete fee waiver

The report of the Committee on funding of IITs and the recommendations of SCIC for revision of annual fee in…

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MHRD suggests vision for development of Sanskrit in IITs, NITs

“A Sanskrit cell may be created in all the IITs, NITs, IISERs, IIITs, IISc, Central Universities and AICTE approved technical…

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MHRD likely to extend NAT to medical, law courses

The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) is pushing for this system to ease the pressure on students. Reportedly,…

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