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12 students injured in Noida schoolbus accident

NOIDA:  At least 12 students were injured on Saturday in Noida when the schoolbus they were travelling hit a pillar in an underpass, police said.

President to embark on maiden visit to Vietnam, Australia

NEW DELHI:  President Ram Nath Kovind will embark on a week-long visit to Vietnam and Australia beginning Sunday.

Youth Festival concludes at Veterinary Varsity with a note of cheerfulness

LUDHIANA: Ninth Inter-college youth Festival of Vet. Varsity concluded with a note of gaiety. S. Balbir Singh Sidhu, Cabinet Minister, Animal Husbandry, Dairy and Fisheries Department was Chief Guest on this occasion whereas Dr. AS Nanda, Vice-Chancellor Presided over the Function. S. Sidhu recollected his old college days and memories of festivities of that time. Youth Festival was started on 30th October onward in two phases under the guidance of Dr. Satyavan Rampal, DSW Cum EO of GADVASU. 

Journalists should focus more on developmental stories: Jai Ram Thakur

SHIMLA: The state level function on the occasion of National Press Day on the theme- 'Journalism Ethics and Challenges in Digital Era' was organised here today by the H.P Information and Public Relations Department.

Kids of Patiala now have a fun way to learn through SOLE Labs

PATIALA: In modern times, teaching methods are increasingly becoming dependent on rapidly evolving modern technology. However, these methods of improved pedagogy have eluded Government School going students across the nation. But no more shall be the case with children of Patiala.

CM announces one time scholarship to 20 topper students of Bal Ashrams

SHIMLA: The state government would provide one time scholarship of Rs. 10,000 each to ten boys and ten girls living in Bal Ashrams topping in joint merit list of the Bal Ashrams/Bal Grih of the state, from 8th to 12th standard annual examinations under the Mukhya Mantri Bal Uddhar Yojana.

Chief Justice (Former) Vijender Jain visits Aryans College of Law

MOHALI: Aryans College of Law, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh today organized a seminar on “Fair Trial, Judiciary & Media: A need for Balance” at its Campus. Former Chief Justice of Punjab & Haryana High Court & Chairperson Haryana Human Rights Commission, Mr. Justice Vijender Jain was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Prof. D.N. Jauhar, Former Vice Chancellor, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra & Dr. Vijay Nagpal, Former Chairperson, Dept of Laws, Panjab University were the Guests of Honour on the occasion while Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the function.

‘Cheat India’ teaser launched today

CHANDIGARH: Inspired by true events and facts and coming from the makers of ‘Tumhari Sulu’, ‘Neerja’ and ‘Raid’, the forthcoming ‘Cheat India’ is out to bare the malpractices in India’s education system. The makers unveiled the film’s video teaser today.

Maharashtra board students can now test waters with practice exam

MUMBAI: The state education department has decided to start practice tests for students appearing for their Class 10 board exams this year. The move intends to help students familiarise themselves with the new paper pattern that would come into effect from the 2019 board exams.

Assam government to stop marking Gorkhas as foreigners

GUWAHATI: The Assam government has decided to stop marking members of the Gorkha community as suspected foreigners and referring them to foreigners tribunals, a top state official familiar with the development said. The state government will also move the high court for relief to members of the community whose cases are pending with the tribunals, said the official who did not wish to be named.

1976 students get degrees at Thapar Institute 32nd Convocation

PATIALA: As many as 1976 students received their degrees at the 32nd Convocation of Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala held today. 

ABVP suspends DUSU head over fake degree

NEW DELHI: The ABVP on Thursday suspended Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) President Ankiv Baisoya from its membership, pending the inquiry against him on charges of submitting a fake degree to get admission in Delhi University.

15 Rayat Bahra RST students get top placements

MOHALI: Fifteen students who have passed the postgraduate programme in railway signaling and telecommunication from the Rayat Bahra University have got placements in top companies after completion of their course.

Scouts and Guides plays constructive role in society: CM

SHIMLA:  Scouting was contributing to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur stated this while presiding over the State Council Meet of The Bharat Scouts and Guides held here today.

Indian student dies of flu in Dubai

DUBAI:  A 17-year-old Indian girl studying in a Dubai school has died after contracting flu, making it the second such death in two weeks, authorities said.

Himachal Startup poised to create employment avenues for youth: CM

 SHIMLA:  Himachal Startup was poised turn the educated youth from job seekers to job providers and in order to give support to the 'startup' and 'innovation projects' the state government would provide all possible assistance to the youth to develop entrepreneurship.
 This was stated by the Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while flagging off the 'startup Yatra' van for the state from his official residence Oak Over, here today.

15 Rayat Bahra RST students get top placements

MOHALI: Fifteen students who have passed the postgraduate programme in railway signaling and telecommunication from the Rayat Bahra University have got placements in top companies after completion of their course.

Nearly 2 lakh Indians studied in US in 2017-18

NEW YORK:  India is the second largest international reservoir for the US higher education institutions having sent 196,271 students here in the last academic year, according to latest data.

PUCA asks Govt universities not to ask for fees of SC students till govt releases PMS funds

MOHALI: A joint meeting of delegations of Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) & Punjab Unaided Technical Institutions Association (PUTIA) was held today wherein both the associations requested all the Government affiliating Universities and Boards in Punjab including IKG-PTU, Jalandhar; MRS-PTU, Bathinda; Punjabi University, Patiala; PSBTE-IT & others not to charge any kind of fees for SC Students from Unaided Colleges till Government releases the pending amount of Post Matric Scholarship (PMS).

KCA's Bhangra team University Champion in International Zonal Youth Festival

AMRITSAR: The Bhangra team of  Khalsa College, Amritsar has registered an emphatic win in the International Zonal Youth Festival organized at Guru Nanak Dev University emerging as the University champion.

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