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QS World University Rankings: IIT-Bombay displaces IIT-Delhi as India’s top ranked...

IIT-Bombay emerged as India’s leading university in the latest QS World University Rankings. To university improved 17 positions to achieve the 162th rank this...

Digital Connectivity does not make a Smart City in India

Being digitally connected is not equivalent to be a smart city even though it is the basis of a digital backbone. Designing a smart...

Gujarat Governor warns of the increasing discontent among unemployed youth

Gujarat Governor O.P. Kohli had recently brought to light on the issue of increasing dissatisfaction among unemployed youth which he has labeled as a...

Scotland appeals to indian students with £6 Million Scholarships

Scotland aims to appeal to Indian students with £6 million worth of scholarships, of which £1 million has been exclusively reserved for ‘outstanding’ Indian...

Experts see prospects in Indian Education System

Indian academics have been driving change within the education sector in the last few years. However, with Billionaire Bill Gates expressing his disappointment in...

MAHE: Ranking is a healthy competition among universities

“The ranking for Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) is not a destination. It is a journey,” said Dr H. Vinod Bhat, Vice-Chancellor, MAHE....

Indian higher education – opportunities and transformation

By Dr Rajan Saxena Vice Chancellor NMIMS University, India Traditionally India has been known as “Gyan ka Kendra” or a knowledge centre. It earned this tag because...

Tezpur University makes it to the QS BRICS Rankings 2018

The QS BRICS University Rankings 2018 which features 300 top universities from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) has placed Tezpur University...

IIT Bombay among Top 10 QS BRICS University Rankings 2018

The latest release of the QS BRICS University Rankings featured the top 300 universities from India, China, Russia, South Africa and Brazil. The Indian...

More than 100,000 Indian students are enrolling in Canadian tertiary institutions

For the first time, the total number of Indian students attending Canadian colleges and universities over the last year has crossed the 100,000 mark....

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