Author Archives: Mayank Arora

DUTA Continues its Evaluation Boycott even after a month

Evaluation Boycott

Delhi University Teachers Association, DUTA has decided to continue the Evaluation Boycott by adopting resolutions in favour of boycott by majority. DUTA has categorically demanded that the UGC’s Roster Notification of 5th March must be put in abeyance to ensure that no working ad-hoc or temporary teacher is displaced in the new academic session. DUTA […]

Private Sector to Fund and Aid in boosting Higher Education in India

Higher Education

Higher Education in India might receive a significant monetary boost as the government is planning to rope in private companies and high-net individuals (HNIs) to finance and promote higher education across the country. The ministry of human resource development has prepared a draft of the plan and will present it before the Union cabinet for […]

AKTU gets approved by AICTE to run design courses at UG and PG level


AICTE has granted the Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) to have design courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels from this academic session. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) which was known as uttar Pradesh technical university,is a public collegiate university in lucknow in the Indian state of UP. It was first […]

Impressed by SPPU ’s consistent performance and high ranking, Centre grants 100 crore to it


Savitribai Phule Pune University – SPPU, earlier known as university of pune and university of poona . This university was founded in 1949 and spread over 411 acres. It consist of 43 academic departments and has been affiliated with many colleges, departments, and research institutes, which are particularly in Pune only. University to use funds […]

Clash between IIT and FIITJEE over DMRC policy


Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) -Delhi has moved to the high court to expel the name of coaching institue FIITJEE from the name of the Metro station close to their campus saying it could misdirect the aspiring students supposing they have tie-up. FIITJEE has turned into the sponsor of the opened Metro station like other […]

Google India offers educational programme for summer vacations

BSE Alliance

Google india is now starting something new with the technological advancement amongst children by rolling out a brand new initiative targeting the little ones to make them more productive in their long summer breaks. ‘#SummerWithGoogle’ is the new program which is an educational programme but exciting to take on learning the use of futuristic tech […]

B2C Marketing Automation, the Accelerator of Growth for EdTech

Marketing automation is a software that automatically sends emails or email campaigns to customers and prospects. It basically follows the customer from the journey of signing up for a newsletter, making a purchase, or sharing an email. Business to customer automation helps in increasing leads into conversion and then ultimately generating revenues and it has […]

Hike by 5% in the Fee of affiliated colleges of Panjab University

Panjab University

All the affiliated schools of Panjab University will likely get a hike of 5 percent in the fees from this new session. The Senate, after deliberating on the difficulty of rationalisation and revision of payment construction, examination payment and all different expenses, resolved to an general payment hike for affiliated schools to the college in […]

Fergusson College Pune gets University Status

Fergusson college

The Centre and the state government are expected to provide a total of Rs 55 crore to the Fergusson College for upgradation of facilities. Officials said the college will convert its 27 departments in Arts and Science streams to eight ‘schools’. Fergusson college is considered to be the most oldest and iconic institutions. It was […]

Ancient games weekend will be hosted in Mumbai University

ancient games - Mumbai University

Mumbai University is hosting the ancient games weekend from June 16thto 17th. This event is an attempt to revive thirteen Indian games from well-known ones like chess and gulli-danda to lesser noted ones like Pallanguzhi, which involves the gathering of cowrie coins. Ultimately the goal is to bridge the inter-generational gap while simultaneously having fun,” says Yogini Aatreya, a student organiser of the games. This idea was conferred at a geology and archaeology exhibition last year […]