As millions of children return to school for the new academic session, vaccinating teachers and other school staff against Covid-19 disease can help make schools a safe place against the infectious disease, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Unicef said. Continue Reading
The GATEQUEST Scholarship test will be conducted online mode on 18 April in two slots – 10 am and 6 pm. Continue Reading
Microsoft-owned open source developer platform GitHub on Friday announced a slew of initiatives for developers, students and startups in India, including open source grants worth Rs 1 crore and a partnership with Nasscom to reskill professionals. Continue Reading
A national initiative has been launched to make 2021 a comeback year for every student in India. Continue Reading
The Tamilnadu government today said children, students and senior citizens need not attend Independence Day celebrations this year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue Reading
Five paramedical students on their way to the Nilgiris on a holiday travel were killed when their vehicle rammed into a cement-laden lorry from behind in Tirupur district early today, police said. Continue Reading
The Controller of Examination has listed 16 types of punishment for students who indulge in malpractices during the board exams. Continue Reading
Hundreds of students and representatives from diaspora and workers groups gathered outside the Indian High Commission in London on to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).
Amid country-wide protests against the amended Citizenship Act, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today appealed to the students to maintain peace and said the new legislation will not snatch any Indian’s citizenship. Continue Reading
The recently enacted Citizenship Amendment Act will adversely impact people of Assam and the northeast, an association representing the Assamese community in North America said.