Utilising the digital drive in the country, it aims to offer international standard education to rural areas of the country Cambridge Assessment – the international exam group of the University of Cambridge, is looking to expand its base in India by offering International level English education to students, teachers and professionals from varied sector. Talking to Education Times, Saul Nasse, group chief executive, Cambridge Assessment, says, “With the rise in digitisation, India is a big scope for us to strengthen our presence and allow more students and professionals to upgrade their English as well as overall learning skills.” Cambridge Assessment is envisioning to collaborate with state and central governments along with private IT firms. “Our digital presence has increased from 15% to 43%. India has a strong digital market, we are aiming to reach deeper corners of the country. Since shortage of teachers is a concern in rural India; we plan to enhance … [Read more...] about Cambridge Assessment plans to expand in India
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By: Faisal C K 24 May 2019 11:28 AM GMT Homoerotic narratives have never been a novelty in the western culture. In Greek mythology, Apollo loved Hyacinth, a handsome Spartan prince. Their gleeful love affair even defied death. The loving duo enjoyed together hunting and climbing mountains. Apollo took Hyacinth into his sacred lands in the chariot drawn by swans. The jealous West wind Zephyrus killed Hyacinth and Apollo created a flower, the hyacinth, to immortalise his darling.So also Zeus, the king of Greek gods, loved Ganymede, the elegant prince of Troy. Zeus abducted him in the form of an eagle and made him an immortal and a cup-bearer in Olympus. These myths reflect the ancient Greek social custom of paiderastía, the accepted erotic relationship of an adult male with an adolescent male. But in the eastern civilizations, except Chinese and Japanese cultures, the homoerotic relations have never been so legitimate and acceptable. But the winds of change are blowing … [Read more...] about Can Apollo Marry Hyacinth In India ?
Queen's University Belfast launches five-year engagement plan for India In order to bring diverse perspectives and make the campus truly global, Queen's University Belfast has launched a five-year engagement plan, to attract the Indian students. As part of the plan, there will be several partnerships with Indian institutions and outreach programmes for students in India. "There is a huge pool of talent and substantial potential that we have not yet unlocked. The five-year plan has also been formulated to make Indian students aware of several universities in the UK apart from the traditional choices," says Ian Greer, president and vice chancellor of Queen's University Belfast. The university is keen to enrol Indian students. Greer says, "Indian students and graduates are not only intellectually sharp but hardworking and committed. They have language skills, which helps them participate in constructive dialogues." Admission Criteria More than 8 lakh Indian students compete for nearly … [Read more...] about UK Varsity to accept JEE score for admissions
Manpreet Kaur Bagga, pursuing Master's in Synthetic Biology at Newcastle University An internship during her graduation as a student of Microbiology Honours at the University of Delhi (DU) proved to be a game-changer for Manpreet Kaur Bagga (24). "I met scientists from the UK who motivated me to apply to UK universities realising my ambition and potential. Paying heed to their advice has led me to where I am today," says the Ajmer girl. "The UK has one of the best education systems and scores highly in R&D. I came here to pursue my Master's in Synthetic Biology and would want to use my learning to further the subject in India," says Manpreet, who won the Vice Chancellors Excellence Scholarship from Newcastle University at a time when finances were the limiting factor for her master's degree. Why Synthetic Biology Her need to pursue a multidisciplinary course other than biotechnology led her to zero in on Synthetic Biology. "My university accepts students from all disciplines even … [Read more...] about Student Speak: Synthetic Biology is at a nascent stage in India but is globally in great demand
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: nitish kashyap December 23, 2018 11:55 am Change Font Size A Hong-Kong based concern claiming to be working in India under the ‘Make in India’ initiative secured relief from the Bombay High Court on Friday. Some 69 workers of the said concern were invited by Pacific Cyber Company Pvt Ltd, an Indian company engaged in development and assembly of mobile phones, to visit the Pacific’s plants in Daman and Silvasa, to provide technical know-how and train the Indian staff. These workers were issued a business visa which is still valid. The Foreign Registration Officer, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, issued a notice to these Chinese workers asking them to leave India. A division bench of Justice BP Dharmadhikari and Justice SV Kotwal heard the petitions filed by Pacific Cyber and two other companies that had entered into an agreement with the Hong-Kong based concern. In the petitions, the said notice was challenged. … [Read more...] about Make In India: Bombay HC Grants Relief To 3 Chinese Firms, 69 Chinese Workers; Quashes ‘Leave India’ Notice Issued