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Manipal ProLearn offers Certification Programs in Business Analytics

Bengaluru, Aug 16: Manipal ProLearn (www.manipalprolearn.com) has offered a specialized professional certification program in Business Analytics, designed for professionals and students wishing to upgrade their skills. The three-month online program spans 180 hours of learning and includes live online classroom sessions with industry and analytics experts. Students can learn at their convenience with 24/7 access to e-learning content and program ...

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School dropout from Kolkata reach WorldSkills Competition 2015 in Brazil

Kolkata, Aug 13 : Twenty one year old Surajit Kumar Rana, a 5th standard pass from Kolkata was declared as the winner in the ‘Jewellery Making’ skill at the finals of WorldSkills India 2015. Rana, who has almost 5 years of equitable industry experience, is now a part of the squad of youngsters that will represent India at the WorldSkills ...

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padhailikhai.org has been developed for the beneficial of Students:Shailesh Shah

Mumbai, Aug: To bring out the revolution in the field of Education, Shri Shailesh Shah from the Matangi Seva Samaj Trust has taken a step and have developed the Educational Data Portal which was got inaugurated by Shri Gopal Shetty (Member of Parliament) and Shri Vinod Tawde (Maharashtra State Education Minister). This Online website www.padhailikhai.org is based for Maharashtra State ...

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Kolkata: USIEF organises fair for Indian students

Kolkata, Aug 12 : The United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF), jointly with KIC Univ Assist, on Monday hosted a University Fair at the American Centre in Kolkata for students who desire to pursue higher studies in the USA. Representatives from fifteen US universities participated in the fair to provide detailed information about their institutions as they focused on undergraduate level ...

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Vedanta awards scholarships to students inspired by former president APJ Abdul Kalam

New Delhi, Aug 6 : Vedanta, India’s only global diversified natural resources company awards scholarships for students in Tamil Nadu through its copper division Sterlite Copper. The company’s pledge to nation-building through empowering youth of the country is supported by the scholarship programme; ‘Sterlite Scholastic Excellence Awards’, where toppers of secondary and higher secondary students from poor financial background are ...

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Deemed-to-be Universities to be Registered as not-for-Profit Society or not-for-Profit Trust or not-for Profit Company

New Delhi, Aug 5: As per UGC (Institutions Deemed to be Universities) Regulations, 2010 and its amendments in the year 2014 & 2015, Deemed to be Universities shall be registered as a not-for-profit Society or not-for-profit Trust or not-for-profit-company. At present, all the Deemed to be Universities are established either by Trusts or Societies. As per the requirement under the ...

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Dropout Rate of School Children

New Delhi, Aug 5: To ensure quality outcomes in government schools, the Central Government through Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan has supported State / UTs on (i) early grade reading, writing & comprehension and early mathematics programmes through a sub-programme namely “Padhe Bharat Badhe Bharat”; (ii) sharing an exemplar on continuous comprehensive evaluation in elementary education developed by the NCERT; (iii) notifying ...

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Doctors Protest Against NCERT’s Social Science Book

New Delhi, Aug 5: The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has mainly objected to the content on page 26 in the Chapter 2, “Role of the Government in Health”, of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) Social Science Textbook for Class VII, Social and Political Life-II under sub-heading “Healthcare and equality”, which was published in February, 2007 and ...

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New study shows how complex bonobo communication is similar to that of human infants

London, Aug 5 : Researchers at the University of Birmingham have found that wild bonobos, our closest living relatives in the primate world, communicate in a similar manner to human infants, using a high-pitched call type, or ‘peep’, that requires context to be understood. The finding that bonobos use a type of call, that alters meaning depending on context, echoes ...

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BITS Pilani appoints V. Sambasiva Rao as the acting Vice Chancellor

National, Aug 1 : BITS Pilani announced the joining of V. Sambasiva Rao as the acting Vice Chancellor of Pilani campus on Friday. He took charge from Bijendra Nath Jain, who completed his 5 years tenure as the Vice Chancellor of BITS Pilani. A farewell function was organized for Jain to pay a tribute to his contribution in nurturing this ...

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