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  •   Infosys opens corporate education centre in Mysore
  •   Teachers cut hair of Class 5 students for bunking classes
  •   Private sector can start medical colleges in backward areas: Azad
  •   Cyber security and laws, a draw among youth in Hyderabad
  •   India to make every woman literate in five years: PM
  •   Schoolgirls in Malaysia selling sex for free supply of drugs
  •   Right to education more empowering than right to vote: Ansari
  •   Govt. plans 2,500 model schools on PPP model in two years: Sibal
  •   New IIMs won’t dilute brand image: Sibal
  •   British Council donates English courses to deserving students
  •   Like father like son: Graduated same day
  •   Over 900 schools asked to hold extra classes during summer vacation
  •   IIIT-Hyderabad student gets Yahoo award
  •   ICWAI signs MoU with Institute of Management Accountants, USA
  •   15 new central universities by next academic session
  •   CAT for IIMs to go online from this year
  •   After row over schools, German seeks asylum in US
  •   New Zealand woos Indian students with education fair
  •   FDI flow to India will remain robust: Goldman Sachs
  •   With high girl child enrolment, Sikkim gets new education scheme
  •   No foreign placement for IIM Calcutta students this year
  •   CBSE to make amends over 'wrong' Class 10 maths question
  •   Devi Singh takes charge as IIM-Lucknow director for second time
  •   Want to register as a voter? Just go to college
  •   Ragging becoming organised crime, hundreds suffer
  •   IGNOU starts skill training to enhance employablility
  •   Himachal medical students booked for murder after ragging junior to death
  •   Indraprastha University asked to refund fees to student
  •   Einstein's doctorate diploma to be auctioned
  •   40 students fall ill after eating food
  •   Publicise school scheme for poor students, government told
  •   Post 26/11, a college course on counter terrorism
  •   Malaysian Indian education body hit by scam
  •   Tense students head to test centres as board exams begin
  •   Easy and doable, say students after first day of board exams
  •   Dutch university to open learning centres in India
  •   Himachal bans mobile phones during school exams
  •   IIM-Ahmedabad students face heat of slowdown
  •   Hansraj College gears up for 60th anniversary
  •   Toddlers who convey gestures more meaningfully have better vocabularies
  •   Gujarat institute students accuse teacher of molestation
  •   Science on wheels takes nature to children
  •   Gaza's schools reopen, but fear remains
  •   Nepal's oldest varsity in Buddha controversy now
  •   Free bicycles to girls studying in Madrassas in Bihar
  •   Girls in Bihar madrassas to get bicycles
  •   Pakistan posts army at Swat schools
  •   PM's alma mater wishes him speedy recovery
  •   US aerospace industry to Obama: Learn from India or perish
  •   Ding, dong: world wishes Cambridge happy 800th birthday
  •   Global Congress on World Religions begins at Jamia
  •   Many students hurt in violence in Bangladesh varsities
  •   Aware of his rights, boy ensures teacher for school
  •   Pune school to take on UK 'Debating Matters' finalist in London
  •   Over 1 mn Madhya Pradesh students to seek career guidance
  •   Three quintal textbooks end up as scrap in Madhya Pradesh
  •   IIM Kolkata tops in raising corpus fund
  •   CUSAT to offer B.S. course
  •   IIM Lucknow concludes Summer Placements 2008
  •   CAT goes online from 2009
  •   Mumbai schools to introduce exchange programmes with UK institutes
  •   Kalam to address IISc centenary conference in December
  •   Now students can choose their exam dates for IGNOU courses
  •   Yoga ‘punishment’ for truant students
  •   Education conference
  •   Chhattisgarh class 12 topper held for cheating
  •   MANUU starts polytechnics in Hyderabad, Bangalore
  •   Gender no bar: Himachal varsity gets first woman president
  •   Teachers' pay system in Madhya Pradesh to go online
  •   CSIR plans research varsity to address faculty shortage
  •   Teacher, students seek Guinness entry after 74-hour lesson
  •   Jammu and Kashmir unrest leaves 20,000 students in the lurch
  •   Botanical Institute establishes India's first moss garden
  •   Mumbai college to host moot court on surrogacy
  •   IIM Lucknow head's term to end, no decision on successor
  •   Temporary premises of IIT-Patna hit by waterlogging
  •   IITs, IIMs to assist government in rural employment scheme
  •   Electronic sound system improves classroom results
  •   More than half college students have suicidal thoughts
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