ISM faces school students’ wrath

DHANBAD: Students and teachers of Indian School of Learning (ISL) in Jharia blocked the link road to NH-2 for four hours on Monday morning in protest against the Indian School of Mines resorting to “unfair means” to vacate the place. More than 1,400 students from classes I to XII were seen standing on the road, Read More

Use a strategy: How to prepare for CLAT

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT), for entry to national law uni versities, is not difficult if you study regularly, work hard and manage your time well. It tests your aptitude. One should analyse past years’ papers to understand the type of questions asked. I had a strategy for each subject. In English, there was Read More

Danish anthropologist documenting Karam

KOLKATA: For the past 33 years, this scholar from Denmark, has been scouring the rugged and difficult landscapes of Jharkhand and Jangalmahal, in search of ancient Santhali traditions. Now when the Anthropological Survey of India has decided to document the Karam festival, one of the most primeval traditions of the Santhal tribe, they are depending Read More

Haryana to launch learning enhancement programme in 3,222 schools

under the LEP, 18,000 government primary school teachers have been trained over the last one month as part of Haryana’s Quality Improvement Program. GURGAON: The state government’s massive initiative – Learning Enhancement Programme (LEP) – which was prepared in collaboration with Boston consultancy group to substantially enhance quality of education in government schools will become Read More

4 lakh youths to get employment opportunities in Haryana

Haryana government has started programmes for skill development of the youths. AMBALA: Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said that “four lakh youths would be given employment opportunities” under the state’s Enterprises Promotion Policy-2015. On the lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Skill India’ drive, Haryana government has started similar programmes for skill development Read More

Nitish Kumar flays Modi Govt for announcing rail hike before budget

Former Railway Minister and JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar. (Source: PTI) Former Railway Minister and JD(U) leader Nitish Kumar on Friday criticised Narendra Modi government for promoting a “bad tradition” of announcing hike in Railway fare and freight before presentation of Railway budget in Parliament. “They are promising the country that ‘Achye deen aa gaye hain’ Read More