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Union Budget 2016: A Step Closer to Skill India

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Emphasis on Education and Skill Development

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BUDGET AND EDUCATION

When the Hon’ble Finance Minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley, rose to present the Union Budget on 29th February 2016, there was a sense of cautious optimism that he would bring some urgency to improve the Education and Skilling sector in India. … Continue reading

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DROP IN IIT ENTRANCE EXAM TAKERS

CBSE conducts the IIT entrance exams – called JEE. There are two levels – JEE(Main) and JEE(Advanced). The number of aspirants has dropped for the second year in a row by more than 100,000. In the current year, 1.2m students … Continue reading

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GER UP !

Gross Enrolment ratio (GER) is the ratio of total enrolment in Higher Education in the 18-23 years age group, as a percentage of the eligible population in that age group. The GER in India has moved up to 23.5 per … Continue reading

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(opening dates are tentative) Beginners, R Ewan McGregor plays an illustrator with a history of failed relationships who finds himself caring for his aging father (Christopher Plummer), who late in life has embraced his homosexuality and found a younger boyfriend … Continue reading

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IISc makes it in the Times Higher Education Rankings

Yes, it’s happened finally! The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) has finally made it in the global rankings of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2015-16 for engineering and technology. IISc has just made it – at 99th … Continue reading

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GOING ABROAD

According to a recently published Open Doors Report on International Education Exchange, the number of Indian students headed to the U.S. for studies rose by 29.4 % in 2014-15.  The number of Indian students going to the U.S., which was … Continue reading

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RISING CAT!

In 2009, the number of applicants for the CAT exams had reached a high of 242,000. After that, there has been a steady decline every year. In 2010 and 2011, it was around 205,000. In 2012, it was 214,000 followed … Continue reading

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RTE PROGRESS

It has been 5 years since RTE (Right to Education) has become a law in India. When it was enacted, the UPA government had showcased it as a “game-changer” for the underprivileged students in India. A key provision of this … Continue reading

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