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Students forced to remove underwear to prove they aren't menstruating

14 Feb 2020

Students forced to remove underwear to prove they aren't menstruating

An incident reported from Gujarat's Bhuj shows there is a long way to go before all stigmas related to periods are quashed.

BHU students protesting for two weeks over Muslim Sanskrit Professor

20 Nov 2019

BHU students protesting for two weeks over Muslim Sanskrit Professor

For almost two weeks, students at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim teacher in the Sanskrit literature department, under the Sanskrit Vidya Dharma Vijnan (SVDV).

Bangladesh MP hired 8 lookalikes to give her BA exams

22 Oct 2019

Bangladesh MP hired 8 lookalikes to give her BA exams

While politicians in India straight-up lie about their educational qualifications, a lawmaker in Bangladesh chose a different route to attain a degree.

Nearly all British Airways flights cancelled amid two-day strike

09 Sep 2019

Nearly all British Airways flights cancelled amid two-day strike

British Airways (BA) pilots went on a 48-hour strike on Monday in an ongoing dispute over pay and conditions.

Seven eminent Hollywood actors who are also highly educated

08 Aug 2019

Seven eminent Hollywood actors who are also highly educated

The entertainment industry demands you to start young, so that you become a star by the time you reach your late 20s.

Guard who cracked JNU's entrance exam, wants to become IAS-officer

16 Jul 2019

Guard who cracked JNU's entrance exam, wants to become IAS-officer

Ramjal Meena (34), a security guard at the Jawaharlal Nehru University for the last five years, has cracked the varsity's entrance examination.

Over 2 lakh to appear for Delhi University entrance test

06 Jul 2019

Over 2 lakh to appear for Delhi University entrance test

More than 2.22 lakh students, including including M.Phil and PhD aspirants, have applied for Delhi University Entrance Test (DUET), which has begun from Wednesday and will continue till July 8.

This IAS officer was raised in orphanage; became Kollam Collector

04 Jul 2019

This IAS officer was raised in orphanage; became Kollam Collector

On Monday, IAS B. Abdul Nasar assumed office as the Kollam District Collector. Nasar had dreamt of this day for decades, even as he worked odd jobs as a child living in orphanages.

DU admissions 2019: Expect first cut-off list on June 28

26 Jun 2019

DU admissions 2019: Expect first cut-off list on June 28

Delhi University (DU) is done with its registration process, and is now set to roll out the cut-off lists for all its affiliated colleges.

Mumbai University releases first cut-off list: Details here

19 Jun 2019

Mumbai University releases first cut-off list: Details here

Colleges affiliated to the Mumbai University recently released their first cut-off lists for the undergraduate courses.

Several DU colleges increase annual fee for UG courses

19 Jun 2019

Several DU colleges increase annual fee for UG courses

According to media reports, several colleges affiliated to the Delhi University (DU) have revised their fee structure for the undergraduate courses.

NTA to conduct entrance examinations for admissions to DU courses

02 Jun 2019

NTA to conduct entrance examinations for admissions to DU courses

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the entrance exams for over 180 undergraduate and postgraduate courses of the Delhi University.

#CareerBytes: Options for Commerce students who didn't get through DU

28 May 2019

#CareerBytes: Options for Commerce students who didn't get through DU

Deciding on a career path after Class-12 is crucial and Commerce stream students have many options available today.

#CareerBytes: 5 top colleges for Economics (Honors) under Delhi University

21 May 2019

#CareerBytes: 5 top colleges for Economics (Honors) under Delhi University

Economics (Honors) is one of the most sought after undergraduate courses among youngsters these days.

This 23-year-old visually impaired woman has scored 92% in PUC

10 May 2019

This 23-year-old visually impaired woman has scored 92% in PUC

Recently, 23-year-old Vaishali from North Karnataka made it to the news for completing her pre-university or PUC examinations with 92% marks.

#CBSEClass12Results: Cook's daughter Sana Niyaz tops Delhi government-schools with 97.6%

04 May 2019

#CBSEClass12Results: Cook's daughter Sana Niyaz tops Delhi government-schools with 97.6%

Sana Niyaz, the daughter of a cook at an Old Delhi restaurant, has emerged the topper of all the Delhi government schools in the CBSE Class 12 exams.

Losing eyesight to clearing UPSC: UP man's incredible story

13 Apr 2019

Losing eyesight to clearing UPSC: UP man's incredible story

The Union Public Services Commission examination is one of the toughest in the country, and for a visually challenged candidate, the difficulty level probably multiples manifold.

#CareerBytes: Career options for Class-12 PCB students except medicine

30 Mar 2019

#CareerBytes: Career options for Class-12 PCB students except medicine

In India, Science is the most preferred stream of study for Class-12 among students who have finished their Class-10.

#CareerBytes: How to join Indian Air Force, Navy after Class-12?

26 Feb 2019

#CareerBytes: How to join Indian Air Force, Navy after Class-12?

Millions of youngsters dream to join the defense forces and get an opportunity to serve the country, living a life filled with glory and pride.

Fake IAS-officer, who pressurized SP to get work done, arrested

30 Dec 2018

Fake IAS-officer, who pressurized SP to get work done, arrested

On Saturday, the Greater Noida police said that a man who was impersonating an IAS officer has been arrested.

#JEEMain2019: Admit-cards to be released tomorrow; Here's all about it

16 Dec 2018

#JEEMain2019: Admit-cards to be released tomorrow; Here's all about it

Admit cards for the prestigious Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2019 will be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on 17 December 2018.

Naxals, tribals in Maharashtra turn to education for better future

21 Nov 2018

Naxals, tribals in Maharashtra turn to education for better future

Surrendered Naxals and many tribals who dropped out of schools in Maharashtra are now realizing the importance of education in life and are resuming their studies to build a better future.

AI pilot, who failed alcohol-test twice, grounded for 3 years

12 Nov 2018

AI pilot, who failed alcohol-test twice, grounded for 3 years

On Monday, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) suspended the flying license of Air India pilot Capt. Arvind Kathpalia, who failed the BA (Breath Analyzer Test) on Sunday, for three years.

Jamia 'agrees' to appoint Turkish-teachers, students claim 'verbal assurance' only

07 Oct 2018

Jamia 'agrees' to appoint Turkish-teachers, students claim 'verbal assurance' only

The Jamia Millia Islamia University administration has accepted the students' demand to appoint Turkish teachers, even as the students claimed they got only a "verbal assurance" from the varsity, officials said yesterday.

Trump nominates Indian-American to head pivotal nuclear energy division

04 Oct 2018

Trump nominates Indian-American to head pivotal nuclear energy division

US President Donald Trump has nominated an Indian-American woman to head the nuclear energy division at Department of Energy.

DUSU President submitted fake documents to get admission, alleges NSUI

18 Sep 2018

DUSU President submitted fake documents to get admission, alleges NSUI

The Congress-backed NSUI has alleged that newly elected Delhi University Students' Union President, Ankiv Baisoya of RSS-affiliated ABVP, had submitted fake BA certificate to gain admission in the varsity.

#BritishAirwaysHack: All it took was 22 lines of code

12 Sep 2018

#BritishAirwaysHack: All it took was 22 lines of code

Following a massive security breach that left the data of 380,000 British Airways customers compromised, cybersecurity firm RiskIQ has now found that it took hackers a mere 22 lines of code to steal the data.

British Airways hacked with details of 380,000 bank cards stolen

07 Sep 2018

British Airways hacked with details of 380,000 bank cards stolen

British Airways said that the personal and financial details of customers who made bookings between August 21 and September 5 had been stolen in a data breach involving as many as 380,000 bank cards.

Goa: Over 10,000 sit for government examination, all fail

22 Aug 2018

Goa: Over 10,000 sit for government examination, all fail

10,815 candidates sat for an examination for the post of accountant in Goa government's directorate of accounts, and none of them cleared it, it has been reported.

When Vajpayee and his father were classmates in college

17 Aug 2018

When Vajpayee and his father were classmates in college

In 1945, when a 21-year-old Atal Bihari Vajpayee enrolled in a Kanpur college in Uttar Pradesh to study law, he had a classmate who was already retired after serving 30 years as a teacher. That was none other than his father.

Delhi University releases 7th cut-off list for admission to UG-courses

05 Aug 2018

Delhi University releases 7th cut-off list for admission to UG-courses

Delhi University yesterday released its seventh cut-off list for admission to undergraduate courses with many off-campus colleges declaring the availability of seats in Science and Commerce streams.

This BJP MLA shows there's no age to getting educated

18 Jul 2018

This BJP MLA shows there's no age to getting educated

When, during school visits, he emphasized that studies should be taken seriously, something pinched him.

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

14 Jul 2018

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

Today, journalism and mass communication have become one of the most sought-after fields as they offer exciting career options.

NCWEB announces first cut-off list for Delhi University admission

30 Jun 2018

NCWEB announces first cut-off list for Delhi University admission

The Delhi University's Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board (NCWEB) yesterday announced its first cut-off list.

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

27 Jun 2018

#CareerBytes: List of top 6 journalism colleges in the world

Today, journalism and mass communication have become one of the most sought-after fields as they offer exciting career options.

Air hostess-turned pilot grounded for showing up drunk at work

26 Jun 2018

Air hostess-turned pilot grounded for showing up drunk at work

An air hostess-turned pilot of Air India was grounded after she was found tipsy during a pre-flight breathalyzer test on Sunday.

DU second-list: Heavy drops in some cut-offs, admissions closed elsewhere

25 Jun 2018

DU second-list: Heavy drops in some cut-offs, admissions closed elsewhere

The second list of Delhi University (DU) admissions brought relief to many as cut-offs dropped as much as 5% for some courses.

Meet Anukreethy Vas, winner of Femina Miss India 2018

20 Jun 2018

Meet Anukreethy Vas, winner of Femina Miss India 2018

The winner of 55th Femina Miss India World 2018 is Anukreethy Vas, a student from Tamil Nadu.

DU admissions 2018: Most cut-offs remain high, but may fall

19 Jun 2018

DU admissions 2018: Most cut-offs remain high, but may fall

Delhi University has stood true to its reputation: going by the first cut-offs released yesterday, chances of getting into top colleges with less than 95% are slim.

DU admissions: SRCC releases first cut-offs, BA (Economics) is 98.75%

18 Jun 2018

DU admissions: SRCC releases first cut-offs, BA (Economics) is 98.75%

The Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has released its first cut-offs for undergradate admissions 2018.