Mood Indigo, Asia’s largest college cultural fest, to begin tomorrow

Mood Indigo, said to be Asia’s largest college cultural fest, will begin in IIT-Bombay from Thursday. Spread over four days, the event will see participants from over 25 countries display their talents in a range of competitions including music, dance, design and drama. Themed on ‘Montage of Dreams’ the fest has multiple events to keep Read More

Students Should Spend 50 Per Cent Of Schooling Hours Outside Classrooms

“School curriculum should be oriented to make students think rationally, independently, express cogently” Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said that students should spend 50 per cent of their schooling hours outside classrooms and that sports education should be accorded greater importance by educationists and parents. Addressing students of Jubilee Hills Public School on Read More

SAC nod to Leh university triggers protests, demand for separate varsity in Kargil

Students and political parties have demanded a separate university in Kargil district after Governor Satya Pal Malik-led State Administrative Council approved a cluster university in Leh district, triggering protests. Malik has assured students and other groups that they will not be neglected as the university offices will be equally divided between Leh and Kargil. However, the Read More

AIBE XIII admit cards 2018 to release today at

AIBE XIII admit cards 2018: The All India Bar Examination (AIBE) XIII will be held on December 23, admit cards of which will be released today on All those candidates who have registered for the same can download from the official website itself from 6 pm onwards. The entrance exam is conducted to grant permission Read More

Storytelling Festival For Differently-Abled Children At Bhubaneswar

Storytelling Festival For Differently-Abled Children At Bhubaneswar An international storytelling festival “BhuFeSto” was organised for the differently-abled children in Bhubaneswar on Monday where special storytelling sessions for children with visual and hearing disabilities was organised. Ramayana was performed in form of musical storytelling by artist Deepa Kiran with a twist while children enjoyed the musical Read More

IGNOU OPENMAT admit card 2018 to be released soon, download at

IGNOU OPENMAT admit card 2018: The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU)will release the admit card of the ‘OPENMAT-XLIV’ entrance examinations any day next week. The candidates who will appear in the entrance examinations that is scheduled to be conducted on December 16 can download the admit card through the official website,, once released. The entrance examinations is conducted for Read More

South Indian Bank PO Recruitment: Notification Released; Online Application From December 10 @

South Indian Bank will recruit Probationary Officers through its PGDBF programme. Online registration for South Indian Bank PGDBF programme will begin on December 10, 2018. The online test for selection of candidates for the PGDBF programme will also be conducted in December 2018 itself. On successful completion of the programme within the stipulated time period, Read More

Jammu And Kashmir Announces Scholarship For Students With Disabilities

On the International Day of Disabled Persons, Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik Monday announced a scholarship scheme for the state’s specially abled students. Under the ‘J&K Government Scholarship Scheme for Differently Abled Students’, financial assistance of Rs. 1 lakh each would be awarded annually to a meritorious specially abled boy and girl student, an official Read More

NDA Cadets Conferred JNU Degrees At Convocation Ceremony

More than 260 cadets, including some from foreign countries, were conferred degrees at the convocation ceremony of 135th course of the National Defence Academy (NDA) at Khadakwasla near here Thursday. The chief guest at the convocation ceremony was Professor Furqan Qamar, Secretary General, the Association of Indian Universities, said an official release. A total of Read More