In Diversification, lies future of academics – Prof Rajesh Singh

Lucknow: Former VC DDU, Gorakhpur University and senior Professor, BHU, Prof Rajesh Singh has had an illustrious career as VC of some of the most prestigious institutions in the country. In an ever evolving academic landscape in India, as the father of the academic ranking system in the country- he believes the right intent with a methodical approach can truly transform India’s education sector. Prof Singh says – I have had a background of being a scientist at ICAR. I have many patents to my name. I also boast of…

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CBSE vs ICSE: A Debate Rages

Lucknow: CBSE and ICSE are considered among the top board exams in the country for class 10 students. Both are highly appreciated and recognized domestically and internationally. That being said, there are many differences between both the exams, and these differences play a vital role in helping students make the right choice while preparing for their 12th board exams and college admissions thereafter. ICSE stands for Indian Certificate of Secondary Education. It was created to provide an examination in the general education curriculum in line with the requirements of the…

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Future lies in job creators, not job seekers

job creators

Lucknow: The world is changing rapidly, and the future belongs to those willing to think outside the box, take risks, and create their own opportunities. In this era of innovation and technological advancement, entrepreneurship has become a powerful tool to shape the future. It is essential to empower the next generation of young entrepreneurs to harness their creativity, inspiration and ability to start their own businesses. By providing them with the resources, support and guidance they need, we can pave the way to a thriving economy and a brighter future.…

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CBSE making education more learner friendly

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to make changes in the examination pattern of classes 11 and 12. Under this change, it has been decided to remove long answer questions from the examinations. According to the Ministry of Education, the basic objective of this change is to eliminate the tendency of memorizing answers in children and promote the tendency to learn. Now questions based on concept will be asked The new examination pattern released by CBSE has been implemented from the academic year 2024-25. CBSE…

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Prof Archana Shukla now Director – in – charge IIM – Lucknow

Prof Archana Shukla

Lucknow: In a new development coming out of IIM Lucknow, the institution has on April 2 reappointed Prof Archana Shukla as Director-in-charge of IIM Lucknow. Prof Archana Shukla will continue to serve in this capacity till a regular Director is appointed. In terms of hierarchy, Prof. Shukla is the senior most Professor at IIM Lucknow. She has been appointed as per Clause (9) of IIM Act 2017. The decision has been taken by Chairperson of IIM Lucknow Board of Governors, N. Chandrasekaran. Prof Shukla, specialises in Human Resource Management at…

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In Summertime, Youngistan gets creative to make money 

Lucknow: Despite the current lifestyle and inflation, every youth wants to be able to fulfill all their hobbies and bear the expenses themselves. The youth of today wants to be self dependent and not ask their parents for money. Making money is quite the in thing when students are in college. Even when summer vacations are on. With this money you can consume whatever you want, whether you want to go shopping, party with friends or buy any gadget. Therefore, the option of part-time job during college is more suitable…

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Leave a lasting impression with your Interview Dress Code

Lucknow: When it comes to acing an interview, your qualifications and experience are crucial, but so is your appearance. First impressions matter, and what you wear can speak volumes before you even utter a word. While it’s essential to dress professionally, there’s one fashion mistake that could potentially sabotage your chances: inappropriate attire. Let’s delve into this critical aspect of interview preparation and explore why it’s essential to get your outfit right. The Power of First Impressions Imagine walking into an interview confidently, armed with a stellar resume and impeccable…

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Jamia Millia Islamia Entrance Test dates postponed

New Delhi:  Due to Lok Sabha elections 2024, the dates of many examinations have changed. In this sequence, Jamia Millia Islamia Entrance Test (JMI Entrance Test) has also been re-scheduled. Before the Jamia entrance exam, the dates of many other exams including UPSC Prelims, ICAI CA May 2024 have also been changed. A notice was issued today by Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI). In which it was told that due to the Lok Sabha elections 2024, the dates of the entrance examination have been changed by the university. As per the…

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Ten students from LU have secured placements at Wipro

Lucknow: In a placement drive organized by the Training and Placement Cell of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology at the University of Lucknow, ten students have successfully secured positions through the campus placement drive at Wipro. The selected students were congratulated by the University’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. Alok Kumar Rai, and the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Prof. A.K. Singh, and were wished success for their future endeavors. Dr. Himanshu Pandey, the Training and Placement Incharge, mentioned that in the third phase of the campus placement…

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Small efforts by parents can help kids improve cursive writing

Lucknow: Seeing stress cloud your child’s face is not quite uncommon. At present, stress starts appearing on a child’s face only after one or two years of entering school. Many times the child starts looking for an excuse for not going to school. Sometimes he makes the excuse of illness or sometimes he expresses laziness. Parents ignore these things of the children and forcefully send them to school. The reality is that if you see something like this in your child, then understand that the child is not interested in…

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