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NET for engineering admissions likely to be introduced in 2019-20: AICTE official

AICTE official said that there would not be any problem for the students, as feared by many with regard to NEET for admission to MBBS and BDS courses. File Photo: HT Coimbatore: With some states opposing introduction of National Eligibility Test (NET) for admission to engineering courses, it is unlikely to be held next year but could become a reality ... Read More »

Bihar Board BSEB Class 10 Results 2017 to be declared today at 1 pm: All eyes on www.biharboard.ac.in

The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) will be releasing the Bihar matric Class 10 results 2017 on today, June 22 at 1 pm on its official website, the link for which is www.biharboard.ac.in The Bihar Board conducted the Class 10 exams from March 1 to March 8 at various test centres across the state. Further, this year, more than 15 lakh ... Read More »

UGC, AICTE will no more be regulatory bodies in India

As per reports, it was felt that multiple regulatory bodies led to excessive and restrictive regulation and hence contributed to lack of institutional autonomy . A detailed blueprint of the proposed regulator and its legislation is being worked upon. In a major step towards brining reform in education, Narendra Modi led government is working on a proposal that will scrap ... Read More »

We’ll Be Live-Blogging Apple’s WWDC 2017 Keynote, Right Here

It’s WWDC time and that means Apple’s ready to show off some shiny new software. We can expect to see updates to macOS and iOS as usual. But as a special treat, the rumour mills say that Tim Cook and friends will introduce some new hardware, too. Will it be a Siri speaker? (Maybe.) Will it be a MacBook update?? ... Read More »

Inclusive Finance: China Opens Up Credit To More People — But Risks Must Be Controlled

China has been promoting inclusive finance in recent years, striving to reach less affluent individuals and small companies. This is because people in rural areas, smaller and medium sized companies, entrepreneurs, and individuals without a credit history are often unable to obtain financing and are forced to turn to the curb market for often very high interest loans. Last week, ... Read More »

We’ll Be Live-Blogging The Twin Peaks Premiere

It’s been 26 years since Mark Frost and David Lynch’s surreal serial drama Twin Peaks last had a new episode on television. That’s so long ago that MTV was still playing music videos from time to time. We’d only had one President Bush, and anything you wanted to know about a TV series you’d have to get from reading magazines ... Read More »

Here are top 7 gadgets that will be available this year

PHOTO: APPLE With big gains being made in the VR world, talks of self-driving cars, solar roofs and the anticipation of the illustrious iPhone 8, 2017 seems to be the year where the Tech industry enters its groove. Certainly does seem like exciting times ahead for the Tech world, so we have taken this opportunity to compile a list of ... Read More »

Huawei nova 2 to be announced on May 26

The month started interestingly for Huawei fans after a TENAA listing leaked the nova 2. Now a poster about the official launch of the device appeared, confirming that the new nova will arrive on May 26, just eight months after the initial Huawei nova launch. The new device might appear in Plus version as well since the poster says “Huawei ... Read More »

Federal education role shouldn’t be reduced

President Donald Trump has ordered Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to review the federal government’s role in education. Trump signed an executive order on education Wednesday as he participated in a federalism event with governors at the White House. The executive order is aimed at decreasing the role of the federal government in education while giving states and local school districts ... Read More »

The Free Social Media Tools You Should Already Be Using

TweetDeck app | Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg If you want to learn more about a situation or get to the bottom of something important, you’ve probably been told to “follow the money.” You can apply this advice to business and leadership, too. If you want to keep a pulse on industry trends and stay ahead of the curve, one of the ... Read More »