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Education Sector

One year of Lockdown: Education sector undergoes sea change

From rush of heading to schools every morning to switching to online mode, life changed drastically for student community

Doors being opened for talented youth in several sectors: PM Modi

Modi said education, skill, research and innovation were the second biggest focus of budget after health.

COVID-19: India tablet shipments decline 24% in Q1

In Q2 2020, with the lockdown in place and stunted economic conditions, tablet supply and consumer demand will be under pressure.

Event on development of multilingual strategies conducted

MultiLila is led by the University of Cambridge with co-investigators from the University of Reading, The English and Foreign Languages University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences

Education Sector gets Rs 99,300 crore

Govt to encourage FDI in education, set up national police and forensic science universities

Govt to bring new education policy; allocates Rs 99,300 cr for sector

The government has also proposed to attach medical colleges with district hospitals on PPP model to deal with shortage of doctors.

MLA’s efforts overhaul Sirpur(T) education sector

The schools which were deprived of basic amenities, including black boards, until few years back are now equipped with LCD projectors and internet, helping students to easily understand various topics.

Educators foresee paradigm shift in edu sector: K Kiran at SREC Warangal

He was addressing the faculty at valedictory session of faculty development program organised by Department of Business Management SR Engineering College, Warangal sponsored by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad under DST-NIMAT scheme.

Paramount importance to education, says Indrakaran Reddy

The minister cited that the government was earmarking huge chunk of funds in annual budget, providing fine rice, two uniforms per annum.

4 years on, Telangana going strong in welfare

Within four years, the State government has launched numerous welfare schemes benefiting various sections in the State. After formation of the State, the TRS government has sanctioned 9 study circles and allocated one to every erstwhile district

TS making corporate level education accessible to poor students: TRSV

Government residential schools perform better than private educational institutions in recently announced SSC exam results

Fellowships for 1,000 BTech students

To bridge the gap between doctor-patient ratio in the country, the Finance Minister proposed setting up of 24 new government medical colleges by upgrading existing district hospitals in the country.

Nobel laureates motivate UoH students

Hyderabad: The University of Hyderabad has hosted two Nobel laureates who delivered lectures in their respective fields under Hyderabad Lecture Series. Nobel laureate Prof. Hiroshi...

‘India to have 1 lakh startups in 7-8 yrs’

Currently, there are 32,000 startups and every year 7,000 companies are coming around. "Youngsters through the use of technology are solving hard core challenges and I believe that innovation by young people will transform India," Pai said.

Previous governments neglected education sector: Kadiam

Deputy CM Kadiam Srihari said that the Telangana government is focusing on increasing infrastructure facilities and educational standards to solve all pending problems.

US hopes number of American students in India will grow: Envoy

"We are hoping that with the Passport to India initiative and the Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) on 'Importance of India', the number of American students in India will begin to grow," Verma said.

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