• Teaching yoga to special kids

    Bengaluru: Learning yoga can be a greatly beneficial for people with special abilities. To prove a point, People Tree Hospital's Yogakshemam team taught yoga to students suffering from disabilities like vision and hearing impairment and autism etc. The doctors' team visited Thirumurthy Rural Develo...

  • Govt college lecturer found teaching in pvt college in Nanjangud!

    Mysuru: A government college lecturer was caught red-handed while teaching in a private college in Nanjangud, near Mysuru.According to reports, the lecturer taught mathematics in Nanjangud's Government First Grade College but was later caught by his students teaching in Unity College, also located i...

  • Punjab boy tops NEET 2017

    Bengaluru: Punjab's Navdeep Singh has topped the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2017, results for which were declared by the CBSE on Friday. Navdeep secured 697 marks out of 700. The second and third ranks were bagged by Madhya Pradesh's Archit Gupta and Manish Mulchandani respectivel...

  • Kodigehalli govt school to be turned into model school

    Bengaluru: Trio World Academy and Parikrma Foundation in partnership with the Department of Education, Karnataka, have embarked on a mission to convert Primary Government School, Kodigehalli into a model government school. The three parties signed a MoU under which the school's curriculum will be re...

  • The real reason for 'drought' of textbooks

    Bengaluru: Is there any connection between drought condition in the state and textbook distribution for students? According to Primary Education Minister Tanveer Sait, there is one.On being asked by former education minister Vishveshwar Hedge Kageri in the assembly about the reason for the delay in ...

  • How to stop communalism? Karnataka's Class X social science textbook has the answer

    Bengaluru: Uniform Civil Code might be a political hot potato but in Congress-ruled Karnataka, social science textbooks introduced for the state syllabus bat for its introduction to slay the monster of communalism.According to the new Class X social science textbook brought out by the Karnataka Text...

  • Scent of a scam: Bengaluru's pvt schools colluding with book dealer on textbooks?

    Bengaluru: A book dealer in the city seems to be raking in good moolah thanks to private schools.Parents of school children have alleged that they are being forced to buy textbooks, notebooks and other stationery for the next academic year from a vendor named 'Subhash Enterprises' despite the educat...

  • BBMP schools: Time for govt to step in to fix a broken system

    The recent news reports of BBMP educational authorities' knee-jerk statement as a fall out of a sharp decline in the SSLC and 2nd year PUC results in their schools and junior colleges for 2016-17 would not have gone unnoticed. The statement from the Special Joint Commissioner, BBMP (Education) propo...

  • IIT-D, IIT-B, IISc Bangalore catapult to global top 200 universities

    Mumbai: For the first time, three renowned Indian institutions -- the Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore and the IITs Delhi and Bombay, have catapulted to the list of the top 200 global universities.This was revealed in the latest QS World University Rankings 2018, an official said here on Thursd...

  • 14-yr-old Bengaluru student wins 'The Diana Legacy Award'

    Bengaluru: Greenwood High student Nikhiya Shamsher received 'The Diana Legacy Award' from The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William and Prince of Wales, Prince Harry for her exemplary achievement of providing quality education to the underprivileged. She was awarded at a grand event at St. James Palace...

  • Azim Premji University inviting applications for M.A Education programme

    Bengaluru: Azim Premji University is inviting applications from working professionals for two-year, full-time programme in M.A. Education.This programme aims to develop competent and committed professionals who can significantly contribute to the Indian education sector. Students with an M.A. Educat...

  • St Joseph's new law college in Bengaluru is a first for South Asia

    Bengaluru: St Joseph's Institutions is starting a new law college in Bengaluru.St Joseph's College of Law will be the first law college by Jesuits in South Asia, said a media release from the college.The law college will begin functioning from the academic year 2017-18. It is affiliated to the Karna...