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Indian student denied entry for want of 20 GBP by Home office

Indian student denied entry for want of 20 GBP by Home office

An Indian student who had applied in a UK university for his higher education was denied a visa after currency fluctuations left him less than 20 GBP short of the…

UK launches biggest online university project with free courses

UK launches biggest online university project with free courses

The UK has launched its biggest online university project , called, Future Learn, with more than 20 colleges offering free courses. The FutureLearn partnership would help to serve the unmet…

All children in primary schools would get free school meals from next year

All children in primary schools would get free school meals from next year

Children in the first three years of primary school in England, will be given free school meals from next year, – Liberal Democrat leader ,Nick Clegg has declared. It is…

Indian universities fail to make world’s top 200: MIT, Harvard top the list

Indian universities fail to make world’s top 200: MIT, Harvard top the list

In an authoritative list of the world’s top 200 university rankings, none appeared from the list of educational institutions in India. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard university topped…

Hindi language set to be at core of Australian education system

Hindi language set to be at core of Australian education system

SYDNEY: Australian education minister Peter Garrett has said no child should be denied the chance to learn an Asian language as the importance of the region increases over the next…

SP Jain School to open Sydney campus

SP Jain School to open Sydney campus

India’s SP Jain School of Global Management will open its first Australian campus, costing AUD 54 million (Rs 301 crore), in Sydney in December. “The new AUD 54 million campus…