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Record 9 million fresh grads in China could face job crunch in 2021
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Record 9 million fresh grads in China could face job crunch in 2021

A record-high 9 million students are set to graduate from Chinese universities in the year 2021, and to ensure stable employment to all the newbies in the job market could prove to be an arduous task for the country.

Shoolini University selected for Study-in-India scholarship programme
Business

Shoolini University selected for Study-in-India scholarship programme

Adding another feather to its cap, Shoolini University has become eligible to host foreign students under the Study-in-India (SII) scholarship, a flagship programme by the Ministry of Education, Government of India.

IIT develops portable tech traditional eco-friendly mobile cremation system
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IIT develops portable tech traditional eco-friendly mobile cremation system

Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar has developed a prototype of a moveable electric cremation system which claims to be using first of its kind technology that involves smokeless cremation despite using wood, the Ministry of Education said on Thursday.

COVID-19: Govt urges educational institutions to postpone offline exams scheduled in May
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COVID-19: Govt urges educational institutions to postpone offline exams scheduled in May

Due to the second wave of COVID-19, the Ministry of Education on Monday urged all all the heads of centrally funded institutions to postpone all offline examinations scheduled in the month of May.

Need to develop IP culture in country: Dr Abhay Jere
Aurangabad

Need to develop IP culture in country: Dr Abhay Jere

Aurangabad, April 26: “There is a need to develop Intellectual Property culture in India which has become a country ...

China orders schools to drop books of 'Western veneration'
International

China orders schools to drop books of 'Western veneration'

Beijing has ordered primary and secondary schools to drop books in their libraries that may lead to the veneration of the Western countries at the cost of promoting Chinese patriotism, Nikkei Asia reports.

French Open postponed by a week, to start from May 24
Tennis

French Open postponed by a week, to start from May 24

The French Open organisers on Thursday informed that in agreement with the French public authorities and the governing bodies of international tennis, the French Tennis Federation made the responsible decision to postpone the 2021 Roland-Garros tournament by one week, which will now be held from May 24 to June 13.

Centre organises online workshop on reducing compliance burden in higher education sector
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Centre organises online workshop on reducing compliance burden in higher education sector

The first online workshop was organised on Wednesday as part of a series of online interactions started by the Ministry of Education (MoE) and University Grants Commission (UGC) with stakeholders to streamline the forms and processes for reducing compliance burden in the higher education sector.

Incorporating happiness in academic curriculum crucial towards empowering nation: Ramesh Pokhriyal
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Incorporating happiness in academic curriculum crucial towards empowering nation: Ramesh Pokhriyal

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal on Tuesday inaugurated "Anandam: The Center for Happiness" at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Jammu virtually and said incorporating happiness in the academic curriculum is crucial towards empowering our nation.

Centre sets stage for attracting international students to India
National

Centre sets stage for attracting international students to India

The Ministry of Education is deliberating on measures to increase the number of international students coming to India for higher studies.

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