Waiver is not an option for education loans,says Meghwal

CHENNAI, FEBRUARY 17:   Waiver of education loan is not an option. If somebody gets the loan, he should have the capacity to repay, said Arjun Ram Meghwal, Minister of State for Finance & Corporate Affairs. A participant in an interactive session with the Minister and bankers on education...
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IIT JEE Main 2017 Preparation Tips to Crack the Exam

  CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) announced the schedule of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and the application process is already completed. A huge number of students have applied and are busy with the pre-board preparation. JEE is one of the competitive examinations for the admissions in...
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IIT-Kharagpur offers students chance to study abroad

  The Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur (IIT-Kgp), has introduced a ‘Semester Away Programme’ (SAP), which will enable its students to opt for a semester or two at any foreign or Indian university before they complete their course. “A student will be able to choose an institution in...
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IIM-A To Offer Online Distance Learning Courses

AHMEDABAD:  Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A) will launch e-learning programmes to deliver management education through distance learning. The institute will launch several programmes in the coming months in collaboration with NIIT Ltd and Hughes Education, companies that provide online learning services, the leading business school said in...
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Bengal Plans Online Education With Rs. 100 Crore Budget

  KOLKATA:  “Virtual classrooms” – a form of distance education in which a student and a teacher from anywhere in the world hold video discussions online — will debut in West Bengal soon. The state has allocated Rs. 100 crore for the purpose in this year’s budget that was...
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