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Indian students to access UK universities via virtual fair - mastimirchi.com Indian students to access UK universities via virtual fair

IDP Education, a leading student placement organization for higher education, announced the launch of a ‘virtual fair’ for Indian students looking forward to study in the UK. Read More >>

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January 26, 2013
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A Virtual Education UK Exhibition for Indian students A Virtual Education UK Exhibition for Indian students
A virtual education exhibition, organized by British Council India, is currently on for Indian students. Read More >>

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October 19, 2012

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India raises students' concerns with South Australia India raises students' concerns with South Australia
India raised issues concerning its students in South Australia when the provincial premier, Jay Weatherill, called on Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi here. "There are nearly 4,000 Indian students in South Australia and we discussed matters concerning them," Ravi told reporters after meeting Weatherill. "Universities in South Australia want to offer seats to Indian students and since this is a welcome decision, we discussed it and I told the premier that I would convey this message to the human resource development minister too," he said. Read More >>

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November 21, 2012

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Exclusive :: Top universities failing to produce enough future GPs, says head of recruitment Exclusive :: Top universities failing to produce enough future GPs, says head of recruitment
The top medical schools in the country are not doing enough to produce future GPs and are adding to a recruitment crisis in the profession, the chair of the GP National Recruitment Office has warned. Professor Bill Irish, a GP in Bristol, said that older medical schools - such as those at Oxford, Cambridge and in London - were not doing enough to train the best candidates for a GP specialist place, despite a national shortage of GPs. Speaking exclusively to Pulse in this week’s Big Interview, Professor Irish - who chairs a group on workforce as part of a Government taskforce on boosting GP numbers - said there had been a steady increase in GP training places, but admitted they were ‘a way off the target’ set by the Department of Health to boost the number of GP trainees by 20% by 2015. Read More >>

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February 28, 2013

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HRD, MEA plan a helpline portal for Indian students studying abroad : North, News - India Today HRD, MEA plan a helpline portal for Indian students studying abroad : North, News - India Today
With increasing instances of racial attacks and fake universities duping Indian students studying abroad, the central government now wants to ensure that there is help at hand for those falling prey to such scandals. The human resource development (HRD) ministry in consultation with the ministry of external affairs (MEA) is working on establishing a direct link with Indian students studying overseas through an online portal. Read more at: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/hrd-mea-plan-a-helpline-portal-for-indian-students-studying-abroad/1/229917.html Read More >>

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November 20, 2012

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Fall Down Of Indian Students Going Abroad. Why? Fall Down Of Indian Students Going Abroad. Why?
The United States have reported decrease/drop in number of Indian students continuously for the second consecutive year while the court of Read More >>

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November 15, 2012

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DU lags behind AMU in best global universities rankings DU lags behind AMU in best global universities rankings
DU lags behind AMU in best global universities rankings: Reports US news education world report Read More >>

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Virtual Christian education? Virtual Christian education?
Higher education has used virtual schooling for years. And with so much of culture already customized, individualized and in the grips of isolating technology, it shouldn't surprise us that K-12 education would discover and promote virtual schooling. Whether or not this is a good thing – particularly for those parents desiring a Christian education - remains to be seen. Perhaps the greatest promise for virtual learning is in the hope it might bring to students in developing nations, where all the assumed elements of education in many cultures are non-existent or marginal. Virtual learning is resourceful and flexible, and another great tool in an educator’s toolbox, especially in our global village. But virtual schooling is also appearing closer to home. Read More >>

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January 29, 2013

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40 Companies visit DU Job Fair 2013, Delhi News 40 Companies visit DU Job Fair 2013, Delhi News
40 Companies visit DU Job Fair 2013, Delhi News, 40 Companies visit DU Job Fair 2013 News Read More >>

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June 12, 2013

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We Must Provide Equal Opportunity in Sports to Students with Disabilities We Must Provide Equal Opportunity in Sports to Students with Disabilities
Playing sports at any level—club, intramural, or interscholastic—can be a key part of the school experience and have an immense and lasting impact on a student’s life. Among its many benefits, participation in extracurricular athletic activities promotes socialization, the development of leadership skills, focus, and, of course, physical fitness. It’s no secret that sports helped to shape my life. From a very early age, playing basketball taught me valuable lessons about grit, discipline, and teamwork that are still with me to this day. Read More >>

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January 26, 2013

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Seven Indian students get scholarship for Singapore school  Seven Indian students get scholarship for Singapore school
Seven Class 10 students from across India have received the Global Indian International School's CV Raman scholarships this year to pursue their secondary education at its prestigious Singapore branch. Read More >>

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July 4, 2013

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