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No Confidence and Censure Motion

No Confidence and Censure Motion

May 16,2017 , 10:57 PM IST | Hans
By definition No Confidence Motion or Vote of No Confidence is a statement or vote that a person or persons in a position of responsibility is no longer deemed fit to hold that position: perhaps because they are inadequate in some respect, are failing to carry out obligations, or are making decisions that other members feel are detrimental. 
How Parliament of India works? - Part-I

How Parliament of India works? - Part-I

Apr 26,2017 , 10:26 PM IST | Hans
The Constitution of India which came into force on 26 January 1950, provides for a bicameral Parliament consisting of the President and the two Houses known as the Council of States (Rajya Sabha) and the House of the People (Lok Sabha).
Understanding Question Hour

Understanding Question Hour

Apr 18,2017 , 10:13 PM IST | Hans
Generally, the first hour of a sitting of Lok Sabha is devoted to Questions and that hour is called the Question Hour. It has a special significance in the proceedings of Parliament.
Telangana Inter students to get Digital Study Kits

Telangana Inter students to get Digital Study Kits

Mar 31,2017 , 10:35 PM IST | Hans
Cloudedz has been awarded a contract to build Digital Study Kit (DiSK) by the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE). The study kit will become a single platform for intermediate students in the state to access learning modules and prepare for competitive exams like Eamcet, NEET, JEE, CA-CPT etc
Math to be a child’s play: Anushray Gupta

Math to be a child’s play: Anushray Gupta

Mar 20,2017 , 10:21 PM IST | Hans
It is an innovation, which is being hailed by every student of mathematics because of the immense resourcefulness it brings about, particularly for the learner.
Stepping towards Swachh Bharat

Stepping towards Swachh Bharat

Mar 09,2017 , 11:19 PM IST | Hans
The Gen-Y is not just into gadgets and social media but they are also into developing nation. Proving the above statement two Intermediate first year students Nagamani Deepa C and Rajesh P have won the regional level Tata Crucible Essay contest and have met the President of India.
Education equips you to the world

Education equips you to the world

Jan 27,2017 , 11:03 PM IST | Hans
Being a world champion in professional high diving Bob Brown intends on living a life where risk is what he has to take every day
Providing a platform for students to shine

Providing a platform for students to shine

Jan 19,2017 , 11:58 PM IST | Hans
Teach for India, a non government organisation, along with The Teaching Tree, a mind space initiative that aims to end education inequality, is organising a one day art exhibition of students from 49 low income and state owned schools at Mindspace’s Central Recreation Garden - CRG on January 20th. 
A joyful, emotional reunion of Andhra Mahila Sabha 82 batch

A joyful, emotional reunion of Andhra Mahila Sabha 82 batch

Jan 17,2017 , 10:26 PM IST | Hans
Student life is one of the most cherished moments in everyone’s life. Taking out time and meeting friends become hard after college ends and as one starts working, it gets close to impossible to regularly catch up with friends. The 1982 batch of Andhra Mahila Sabha, Hyderabad, were all excited to meet each other in a college reunion after 34 years on January 4, 2017.
Building a happy and healthy society

Building a happy and healthy society

Jan 16,2017 , 01:06 AM IST | Young Hans
Hyderabad: English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad along with other central universities have participated in the Presidential address programme on topic ‘Building a happy society’.
Theme-based learning new trend

Theme-based learning new trend

Nov 26,2016 , 12:43 AM IST | Hans
Oxford University Press after 14 months of intensive research has launched Oxford Advantage, an integrated learning solution for the students of CBSE schools that will help them with a comprehensive educational toolkit and serve as an end-to-end solution for their various educational needs.
World is your classroom

World is your classroom

Nov 21,2016 , 01:12 AM IST | Young Hans
To make learning more interesting and student-friendly, a private university from the USA has started first of its kind undergraduate programme, which will not just allow the students to understand the subject but also let them travel around the world as part of their academic curriculum.
The looming malaise

The looming malaise

Oct 30,2016 , 01:03 AM IST | Hans
Snigda Sharma, a 27-year-old woman, who is famous inher circle of friends for being fit and energetic has suddenly turned into an obese and a lethargic woman after marriage after suffering a series of miscarriages. 
New Automotive research centre at IIT-M

New Automotive research centre at IIT-M

Oct 21,2016 , 06:34 AM IST | Education & Careers
CAAR aims on providing research solutions to the automotive industries focusing on Research and Development
Mixed response to doing away with re-evaluation

Mixed response to doing away with re-evaluation

Oct 14,2016 , 10:55 PM IST | Hans
Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) in its latest announcement has mentioned that it has been decided to discontinue the provision of re-evaluation of Class XII answer sheets from 2017. 
IIT Ropar, IIT Mandi & PGIMER to establish Bio-X Consortium

IIT Ropar, IIT Mandi & PGIMER to establish Bio-X Consortium

Oct 09,2016 , 11:09 PM IST | Hans
The Indian institute of Technology Roparis (IIT-R), collaborating with IIT Mandi and PGIMER, Chandigarh to establish a Bio-X Consortium, which will address all big challenges in the fields of healthcare and medicine.
CAT 2016 registrations at record 7-year high

CAT 2016 registrations at record 7-year high

Sep 30,2016 , 12:46 AM IST | Hans
Registrations for the Common Admission Test (CAT) to Indian Institutes of Management and other leading Bschools have shot up to a seven year high, with 2,32,434 applications received by the Office of the Convenor of CAT 2016 on September 27, 2016, the registration deadline.
How culture impacted human evolution

How culture impacted human evolution

Sep 26,2016 , 11:27 PM IST | Hans
Human evolution, which has revolutionised humans from other mammals and animals, is a lengthy process. Humans originated from ape like ancestors about one to six million years ago. It is an interesting fact that both humans and chimpanzees evolved from a common ancestor yet the humans have higher intellect and adaptability compared to apes.
Osmania University to get an incubation centre

Osmania University to get an incubation centre

Sep 20,2016 , 10:32 PM IST | Hans
Prof S Ramachandram, who recently took over as new Vice-Chancellor of Osmania University, plans to revive the education and moral culture of the university.
IIT Madras to start online app development course

IIT Madras to start online app development course

Sep 01,2016 , 10:54 PM IST | Hans
From booking a cab to buying groceries from the comfort of your home, mobile applications, popularly known as ‘Apps’ have become an integral part of our everyday lives. 
Why optional for Anthropology?

Why optional for Anthropology?

Aug 15,2016 , 11:37 PM IST | Hans
In a landmark decision taken in 2013, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) changed the pattern of Civil Services Mains Examination. 
New maternity benefit bill good tidings for women

New maternity benefit bill good tidings for women

Aug 12,2016 , 10:40 PM IST | Hans
The most discussed and awaited Maternity Benefit Amendment Bill, 2016, which increases maternity leave from present 12 weeks to 26 weeks was passed by Rajya Sabha on Thursday.   
The effort goes waste

The effort goes waste

Apr 12,2016 , 10:03 PM IST | Education & Careers
Being able to study at the Indian Institute of Technology is considered as the most prestigious thing for most of the students and parents in India. But recent fee hike from Rs 90, 000 to Rs 2 lakh has put many of the aspirants into dilemma.