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Week-long RM Workshop Begins At KU

Week-long RM Workshop Begins At KU

A week-long workshop on research methodology started at the University of Kashmir on Wednesday.

‘We Deserve Campus Life’: Kashmiri Student Pens Pathos of Isolation

‘We Deserve Campus Life’: Kashmiri Student Pens Pathos of Isolation

Even as Jammu and Kashmir Service Selection Board Tuesday commenced first recruitment exam after second viral wave, the deadline to end campus deadlock is only extending and making students anxious about their academic life. In this piece, a Kashmir student writes about her life without campus.

KIIT International School Shines In CBSE Class X Results Too

KIIT International School Shines In CBSE Class X Results Too

One has to strengthen the wings, and the entire sky is yours. The students of KiiT-IS have proved that. Amid circumstances which never augured the traits of a certainty, the young students of KiiT, Bhubaneswar have done it and done it well.

99.04 % Students Pass CBSE Class 10 Exams

99.04 % Students Pass CBSE Class 10 Exams

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recorded the highest ever pass percentage of 99.04 in the class 10 exam results declared on Tuesday, with girls outshining boys by a slender margin of 0.35 per cent.

‘Marvelous’ Elsewhere, Why Online Learning Is ‘Monotonous’ In Kashmir?

‘Marvelous’ Elsewhere, Why Online Learning Is ‘Monotonous’ In Kashmir?

With J&K administration once again extending closure of educational institutes till further orders, a recent parent-teacher highlighted the concerns of Kashmir students craving for campus life while grappling with “monotonous” online classes proving to be a “marvelous” learning experience elsewhere.

NIT Signs MoU With BNUT Iran To Collaborate In Academic Activities

NIT Signs MoU With BNUT Iran To Collaborate In Academic Activities

The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Babol Noshirvani University of Technology (BNUT), Iran to explore collaborative, academic, research activities and understandings

In the Throes of Overlooked Parvo Virus

In the Throes of Overlooked Parvo Virus

Government refuses to even acknowledge this viral epidemic. While they were quick to strangle and burn millions of birds during the Bird Flu epidemic, because they thought it would affect humans, they have completely ignored the Parvo Virus one – probably because they think it will not affect humans.

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