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Fake Universities in India: Threat to quality

Deccan Herald | M Rajivlochan Aug 30, 2015 |

The fake university syndrome highlights the problems with higher education in the country: absence of accountability, lack of quality control and a considerable failure to live up to the expectations. 956 more words

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Regulators need tooth to tackle menace

Deccan Herald | Monday 30 August 2015 | Sudhanshu Bhushan |

Fake institutions continue to operate in India in an extralegal manner and their presence is indeed baffling. 817 more words

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Set Up Adolescent Clubs, Schools Told

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CHENNAI: The Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) has directed high schools to set up adolescent clubs to create more awareness among students about the physical, emotional and social changes they undergo. 232 more words

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Academia Air Concern Over Kerala Private Universities

The New Indian Express | Sovi Vidyadharan | ENS | 15th August 2015 |

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  With an expert committee tasked by the Kerala State Higher Education Council (KSHEC) favouring the setting up of private universities in the state, concerns are being raised by a section of the academia on whether adequate checks and balances would be in place to regulate such institutions. 405 more words

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25 Lakh Children With Special Needs Enrolled in Schools: Government

File photo of Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot

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  • NEW DELHI:  Over 25 lakh children with special needs have been enrolled in schools and over two lakh who have “profound” special needs are covered under home-based education system, the Lok Sabha was informed today. 176 more words

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    Quality of Ph.D. Research

    Business Standard | Delhi  August 5, 2015 |

    While no dedicated study for assessing the quality of Ph.D research in the country has been undertaken, as informed by the University Grants Commission (UGC), the UGC Review Committee constituted by the Central Government in July, 2014 has observed that there is a Mushroom growth of substandard Ph.D. 319 more words

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    PM meets prize winners of Techno-Challenge 2015

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    Girl students from the New Horizon Educational Institution, Karnataka, today called on the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. These students had recently won the first prize in the Techno-Challenge 2015 competition in the United States. 49 more words

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