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A pact was inked between the Indian Army and the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to grant degrees to soldiers during their service, a step aimed at providing the jawans with a second career option.

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Most of the hundreds of institutes that offer CAT coaching in small towns don

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An assistance of INR 94.22 crore has been sought from the central government to build educational infrastructure in the Maoist-hit areas.

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Australia’s visiting Deputy Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, on Tuesday launched the Australia-India Institute, to be located at the University of Melbourne, with a view to strengthen bilateral ties between the two nations.

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When it comes time to implement new technology solutions, universities either shop around to find the vendors, programs and/or equipment to meet their needs, or they build the technology themselves.

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In a committed effort to empower its citizens, especially educational institutions with IT tools and knowledge, the Anambra State government is partnering with the software giant , Microsoft on IT education termed Microsoft IT academy.

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In a meeting, HRD minister Kapil Sibal along with IIT directors on Wednesday resolved the salary imbroglio that saw IIT faculty go on strike.

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A news scheme of Community Development was launched by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) through Polytechnics (CDTP) with an aim to provide non-formal, short term, employment oriented skill development programmes.

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IGNOU, known for providing long distance education across India and the globe, will soon decentralise its evaluation process CBSE-style.

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State government in collaboration with Union government has announced setting up of 30 model colleges across the state.

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