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10 year old Indian prodigy graduates US high school

10 year old Indian prodigy graduates US high school

A 10 year old boy has made the world look at him in awe after he received his high school diploma in the United States. Tanishq Abraham from California, became…

India urges UK to remove barriers on Indian students’ mobility

India urges UK to remove barriers on Indian students’ mobility

In a meeting held between the Human Resource Development Minister Smriti Irani and the British High Commissioner James David Bevan who was accompanied by Mr. Andrew Soper, Counsellor, on Tuesday,…

ArcelorMittal made a major donation and plans to sponsor students of Birkbeck, University of London

ArcelorMittal made a major donation and plans to sponsor students of Birkbeck, University of London

The world’s largest producer of steel, ArcelorMittal, has made a major donation to Birkbeck, to sponsor students in the local area of east London. ArcelorMittal planned this funding with the…

India, UK discuss opportunities in education sector

India, UK discuss opportunities in education sector

British’s Minister for universities and science, David Willets, handed over a congratulatory letter to the newly sworn in HRD Minister, Smriti Irani. Bevan, accompanied by Counsellor Andrew Soper, handed over…

UK politicians are the reason for drop in Indian students: blames Cambridge University chief

UK politicians are the reason for drop in Indian students: blames Cambridge University chief

The unwelcoming image of Britain among overseas students, particularly Indians has caused concern to Leszek Borysiewicz, the Vice chancellor of the prestigious Cambridge University. He has warned political authorities of…

British Council plans to announce its largest exercise to British youngsters

British Council plans to announce its largest exercise to British youngsters

British Council (BC) plans to initiate its largest exercise to help British youngsters to understand the Indian culture in a better way. Due to the imbalance in the number of…

South Indian Engineering students developed a device for heart patients

South Indian Engineering students developed a device for heart patients

The students of Mohandas College of Engineering and Technology have developed a device to arrest heart attack. They are electronics and communication students and they are group of four students…

Sachin Tendulkar part of school syllabus now….

Sachin Tendulkar part of school syllabus now….

Yet another feather in Sachin’s hat- the recently retired ace batsman, cricket icon will now feature in one of the chapters in class IV state board text books. The syllabus…

Etihad Airways announces programme ‘Edufly’ for Indian students flying to UK and Europe

Etihad Airways announces programme ‘Edufly’ for Indian students flying to UK and Europe

Etihad has announced its new strategy to attract the students and offer them a whole new range of benefits through its new programme named “Edufly”. This is mainly aimed at…

Students from Commonwealth Countries coming to Britain for Studies gone low

Students from Commonwealth Countries coming to Britain for Studies gone low

It’s an acceptable fact that the desired scope of education in the Commonwealth countries had been low for many years where as there were abundance scope for education in the…