Educational Institution

Fault lines display in the best trade institute

KARACHI: The Institute of Business Administration (IBA), which is considered one of the most esteemed institutions in the country, has reportedly failed to maintain its own academic benchmark. A fairly low teacher / student ratio has been observed in the university, with regard to global standards and those of the …

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NJ College faces COVID-19 expense claims

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Indian government chooses Chandigarh University as GATI chartered institution to promote gender equality in science and technology

While giving details of the GATI pilot project managed by DST, Dr. Sanjeet Singh, Dean Research, University of Chandigarh, said: “The project aims to improve the enrollment of female students in higher education institutions in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and education. medicine (STEMM) and also to promote …

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Coronavirus updates for May 25

INDIANAPOLIS – There have been several developments in the coronavirus pandemic that you may have missed overnight. Here is an overview: Prohibition of the vaccine passport. Indiana’s ban on government-issued COVID-19 vaccine passports questions whether it applies to state universities. Language in HEA 1405 passed in the last moments of …

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JUTA asks VC to follow a uniform rule for all flows

The Jadavpur University Teachers Association has asked VC to follow a uniform rule for all flows Calcutta: The Association of Professors of the University of Jadavpur, the representative body of teachers of the first higher education institution, urged the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Suranjan Das, to adhere to the guidelines of the …

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