Live updates | Biden: Zelenskyy didn’t want to hear US info

By The Associated Press LOS ANGELES — President Joe Biden, speaking to donors at a Democratic fundraiser here, said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy “didn’t want to hear it” when U.S. intelligence gathered information that Russia was preparing to invade. The remarks came as Biden was talking about his work to rally and solidify support for … Read more

Sisodia visits Cambridge University, discusses new ways to strengthen educational ties

New Delhi [India]May 25 (ANI): Delhi’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education Manish Sisodia met with Cambridge University faculty on Tuesday to discuss the ongoing partnership and explore new ways to strengthen ties. The meeting was part of the Deputy Prime Minister’s ongoing visit to the UK for the Education World Forum 2022. Speaking … Read more

Achieving the dream of an overseas education

You can finance your education abroad or your child’s education with investments or education loans. If you are a parent or student who wants to take out an education loan, here are some factors to keep in mind: Loan amount: Education loans usually cover course fees and other expenses in connection with obtaining an education … Read more

JNU Student Unions Tussle Over Veg, Non Veg Food During Navaratri, Ramazan Celebrations

JNU’s dining menu has both vegetarian and non-vegetarian foods and students can choose according to their wishes While left-wing students at JNU have accused the ABVP of preventing them from eating non-vegetarian food. The latter has said that they were prevented from worshiping in the hostel during Ram Navami puja New Delhi Last updated:10 … Read more

Degree in Built Environment Could be Your Passport to Success

With increasing technical intervention and the need for more qualified people to fill specific job roles, it is imperative that those working in the real estate and construction industry retrain. Those who strive to join the industry after studying technology, architecture or other related fields must improve themselves to meet the changing needs of the … Read more

Sisodia Hits Out at BJP-led UP Govt for Allowing Private Schools to Hike Fees

Sisodia said that many people have lost their livelihoods during the covid-19 pandemic and that the fee increase will harm them (representative picture) Sisodia, which also holds the education portfolio in the Delhi government, said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should consider parental leave. PTI New Delhi Last updated:10 April 2022, 18:25 IST FOLLOW US … Read more

After Being Shut Amid Protests Over Fees, 3 Kolkata Schools to Resume Classes Tomorrow

Three well-known English-language schools in Kolkata announced on Saturday that classes would resume on April 11 after their campus closed last week amid fees. DG Birla Center for Education, Ashok Hall Girls’ Higher Secondary School and Mahadevi Birla Shishu Vihar, run by the same foundation, had suspended teaching on April 7 after protests from a … Read more

UP Govt to Set Up Medical Colleges in Sambhal, Maharajganj

The Uttar Pradesh government on Thursday signed a memorandum of understanding to establish medical colleges in the state’s Sambhal and Maharajganj districts under public-private partnerships. The memorandum of understanding was signed in the presence of CM Yogi Adityanath in his official residence here, it is stated in a statement. Adityanath said for the first time … Read more

HQ Bengal Sub area recruitment: Apply for 37 vacancies of LDC and other posts

HQ Bengal Sub area and HQ Eastern Command have invited applications for 37 vacancies of Stenographer Grade II, LDC and other posts. Interested candidates can submit their typed application form by regular mail to HQ Bengal SUB Area, 246 AJC BOSE road Alipore, Kolkata-700027. The last date for receipt of the application form is 21 … Read more

Boys at greater risk of repeating grades, failing to complete education than girls: UNESCO report

PTI New Delhi, April 10th Boys are more likely than girls to repeat basic grades in 130 of 142 countries, with data indicating their poorer progression through school, according to a new Global Education Report from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The report entitled “Leave no child behind: Global … Read more