Kathmandu: Thousands of students in Nepal appearing Secondary Education Examination (SEE) were stunned and confused by seeing a lot of mistakes in English question paper as per the media reports. Errors in the question paper were from spelling mistakes to...
With the given situation at hand and the rising number of COVID-19 infections, the Ministry of Education has decided to cancel the Class 10th Board Exam, which was going to be held from 4 May, and also postpone the...
Peter Tabichi, a Kenyan Teacher contributes majority of his earnings for the needy students and under-developed society. Dubai: Peter Tabichi, a teacher with brave heart pays 80% of his salary in local schemes engaging education, inducing agriculture and serenity...
Patiala- As per the College Assessment Report, the MCI has detected that is scarcity of faulty in government colleges at Amritsar and Patiala, which is one of the necessities of the increased MBBS seats. Due to lack of requirements state...
After suffering a massive third wave of the pandemic, Israel carried out the world’s fastest vaccination drive and over half of the population is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This positive sign has eased out the pandemic and has lifted...
Taliban are in control of Afghanistan as they forces took control of the country’s one of the major city Kandahar, as well as Herat. The Taliban also marched on Fayzabad, Ghazni and Taluqan raising serious threats to livelihood and...
In the quest of teaching the qualities of diplomacy & sustainability to the children in UAE, Ban Ki-Moon has been appointed as the Ambassador for the Model United Nations (MUN) at GEMS World Academy schools. Ban Ki-Moon is one...
Nations are fighting against the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) outbreak together. Proper sanitization and social distancing seem to be the escape from this pandemic. With nations toiling hard with this virus, and incubate of Malaviya Centre for Innovation, Incubation,...
Jaipur: Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu stated that rural service should be made compulsory for MBBS graduates before promoting them to next level. He was addressing the 3rd Convocation Ceremony at Mahatma Gandhi University of Medical Sciences & Technology, Jaipur on 26th...
Supporting the girls’ education in the post-COVID-19 world, PM Johnson promised aid of £55m particularly in Kenya, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and Pakistan. The package aims at educating almost 40mn girls in low-income countries to receive 12 years of primary...