Monday, 18 Feb 2019
Category: News Updates

Madrassa students get trained to aid in time of natural calamity

Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind, one of India’s leading Islamic organization, is giving training to students enrolled in government-aided madrassas to become scouts and guides. The madrassa students are being trained to help people during emergencies and natural calamities including floods and earthquakes. At present, the Jamiat is offering training to 50 students enrolled at madrassa Ashfaqia in […]

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National uniform education policy for regional languages

The government has undertaken a collaborative, multi-stakeholder and multi-pronged consultation process for formulating the New Education Policy (NEP), which included online, grassroots and national level thematic deliberations.  A press statement issued by human resources department stated that out of the 33 themes, one theme under School Education “Promotion of Languages” and one under Higher Education […]

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'It's about to be a good time for young working women'

The grim mismatch between the number of university leavers each year and the jobs appropriate to their skills means young people will do all they can to get one up on the competition. For young women, there’s added pressure. Because once they get a decent job, they still have to contend with structural workplace discrimination, […]

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Paris rated best student city in the world

Paris has come out on top in the QS best student cities rankings for the fourth year running. The ranking, compiled by higher education data experts QS, assigns cities scores based on the diversity of their student body, quality of life, opportunities for graduate employment, affordability and the quality of their universities. Melbourne holds on […]

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