• Rural camp opens eyes of Bengaluru city students

    When foreign trips have become a common practice for college students, AIMS Institute of Higher Education attempted a unique project by sending students to visit India's rural pockets for case studies. The rural camp was conducted at Cheedchikkanahalli village in Chikballapur District.Addressing a p...

  • Two Karnataka govt medical colleges get MCI nod

    Bengaluru: The Medical Council of India (MCI) has renewed affiliation with Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences and Chamrajnagar Institute of Medical Sciences for the academic year 2017-18.The MCI had previously refused to renew affiliation with the two government-run medical colleges at its last ex...

  • Indonesian students visit PES University

    Bengaluru: Officials from the Directorate General of Information and Public Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Indonesia, and 12 students from the Outstanding Students for the World (OSTW) programme 2017 from various leading universities of Indonesia visited PES University on ...

  • Software glitch delays VTU exam results

    Bengaluru: Software glitch has delayed results of semester exams held by the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU).According to reports, results of 1, 3,5 and 7 semester examinations have yet to be announced due to technical glitches while uploading marks. Sources said the problem occurred as ...

  • Anganwadi workers call off four-day stir following CM's assurance; but a few stay back

    Submitted by alvin on Thu, 2017-03-23 19:35 Bengaluru: Anganwadi workers called off their four-day protest on Thursday after Chief Minister Siddaramaiah assured to meet Anganwadi Workers' Association President, Varalakshmi, on April 10 to discuss their demands. The breakthrough came after...

  • “We don’t need sympathy but permanent solution,” say protesting anganwadi workers; refuse food

    Submitted by alvin on Thu, 2017-03-23 13:36 Bengaluru: The protest by anganwadi workers has entered day four on Thursday. Yet, their plight has not moved Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in considering their demands.As a gesture of help many organisations and individuals had come forward to pr...

  • Demanding hike anganwadi workers sleep on Bengaluru roads. But is the Cong govt listening?

    Submitted by alvin on Tue, 2017-03-21 12:51 Bengaluru: Over 10,000 anganwadi workers braved the night heat and slept on an empty stomach on the road, while rest of the Bengaluru had a comfortable night on Monday.Coming from various parts of the state, at least 10,000 anganwadi workers sta...

  • Second PU question paper leaked again?

    Submitted by alvin on Mon, 2017-03-13 16:23 Raichur: Even as last year's second PU question paper leak scam is still green in the minds of people, yet another incident of irregularity during this year’s second PU exam has been reported from Manvi in Raichur district.On Monday, front page ...

  • Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat and other colleges ban students from playing holi inside the campus

    Submitted by alvin on Sat, 2017-03-11 17:40 Bengaluru: Colours define Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat. But surprisingly, it has warned students from playing with colours on holi. Yes, you read it right!Holi – the festival of colours – is celebrated across the nation tomorrow (March 12). But...

  • PU exams off to a smooth start; students find history, biology papers easy

    Submitted by alvin on Thu, 2017-03-09 21:00 Bengaluru: The first day of II PU exams went off without a hiccup. Over 1.5-lk students sat for biology and history exams at 998 centres across the state. Students said they found both the papers easy.Shobita, II PU science student said she expe...

  • Exam season begins: CBSE Class 10, Class 12, and II PU exams from today

    Submitted by Editor on Wed, 2017-03-08 22:17 Bengaluru: As many 4lakh students are set to appear for the CBSE Class 10, Class 12 and II PU board examinations which will start from Thursday.For the CBSE, it’s business as usual. Officials said there were no new changes in exam rules, and th...

  • Bengaluru student to represent India at youth summit in Germany

    Submitted by alvin on Mon, 2017-03-06 09:56 Bengaluru: Young Sailesh Singhal is on cloud nine. The 20-year-old B.Sc student from St Joseph's College in Bengaluru has been nominated by the Union Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports to attend the Y20 summit in Germany in June 2017. Y20 is t...