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SMC and MANUU Join Forces to Promote Job-Oriented Courses

Dr Aslam Parvez of MANUU and SMC Chairman Abid Rasool Khan

State Minorities Commission (SMC) and Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) have joined forces to promote job oriented courses offered by the varsity across Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. With the cooperation of the commission, MANUU has kick started a campaign yesterday to bringing awareness about various job-oriented courses among students …

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Prof N Sukumar on Debrahmanising Universities in India: Video

Prof N Sukumar on Debrahmanising Universities in India

Professor N Sukumar of Delhi University, who’s also founder member of Ambedkar Students Association (ASA), on Debrahmanising Universities in India. He says: “A university is supposed to be a democratic space that moulds students into politically vibrant citizens. But our universities have become sites of social exclusion, where Dalit students are denied …

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FIITJEE to Conduct General Admission Test on February 7, 2016

FIITJEE World School

Students interested to join FIITJEE Classroom/Integrated School Program have a chance to enroll for General Admission Test, which is slated to be conducted on February 7 in Hyderabad. Press Release, Hyderabad: FIITJEE will conduct the General Admission Test on the 7th February, 2016 for Students going to Class VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, …

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Over 80% of Engineers Graduated in 2015 Are Unemployable: Study

Aspiring Minds - Employability Report

Over 80% of engineering graduates passed out in 2015 from over 650 colleges in India are “unemployable”, according a latest research report. The study of 1,50,000 engineering students, a majority of whom are not employable, highlights alarming skill gap. According to National Employability Report by Aspiring Minds, there is a need to upgrade education and training system. Every year …

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Oakridge Students to Experience Oxford in India

Oakridge International School - Oxford Summer Courses

Indian students would get to experience the teaching and learning style of Oxford University in the program to be offered by Oakridge International School. Press Release, Hyderabad: The Oakridge International School and Oxford Summer Courses have partnered to bring an exciting opportunity for students of grades 9 to 12 to participate …

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Is India A Mad Nation? – Talk at NALSAR

Sriram Karri at NALSAR University - A talk on 'Is India A Mad Nation'

It takes courage to call a spade a spade. But arguing in favor of “Is India a Mad Nation?” at a time when right-wing brigade feels empowered under Modi-led India is no less than inviting serious trouble for yourself. Nevertheless you have a right to dissent and speak your heart …

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