Mangaluru: Nitte - Pioneering revolution in education since 1979

Mangaluru, Mar 30: One sunny morning in the year 1979, in a quiet village in coastal Karnataka, a school was born. A small school with a big dream – to extend to students education in the English medium.

Delhi man starts school under train line for disadvantaged children

Shopkeeper Rajesh Kumar Sharma saw too many children out of school in Delhi. So he started his own classes - under a railway bridge.

First HDFC School in Gurgaon launched

With the aim of introducing innovation in the education sector, HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh launched ‘The HDFC School’ in Sushant Lok III for the academic year 2015-16.

EC-Council and CSI Partner to Add Cyber Security Education to School Curriculums

The Computer Society of India and EC-Council are coming together to add cybersecurity education to school curriculums all across India, based on the foundational EC-Council program, Certified Secure Computer User (CSCU). (PRWeb March 29, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/cybersecurity_awareness/cscu/prweb12612188.htm

HDFC launches first school in Gurgaon

Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd (HDFC Ltd), India's leading housing finance company launched its first school, ‘The HDFC School’ in Gurgaon for academic year 2015-2016.

Principal transferred after altercation with teachers in Ludhiana

Following the spat between principal and teachers of Government Senior Secondary School (for boys) in Jawahar Nagar, principal secretary of school education on Thursday served transfer order of the principal, Jasbir Kaur.

RTE deadline coming up but universal primary education still not in sight

By March 31, 2015, elementary education in India was meant to be universal. The plan was to have every child between six and 14 in school; ensure all infrastructure was up to scratch; and teachers were in sufficient numbers and well-trained. But there is still a large number of children out of school, large number of teachings posts are lying vacant and many fear the Right to Education Act ...

600 Indian students expelled for cheating on school exams

PATNA, India (AP) — About 600 high school students in eastern India have been expelled for cheating on pressure-packed 10th grade examinations this week, education authorities said Friday.

600 Indian students expelled for widespread cheating on school examinations

Education authorities in eastern India say 600 high school students have been expelled after they were found to have cheated on pressure-packed 10th grade examinations.

Indian teacher gets on his bike to help slum children

Indian teacher Aditya Kumar (L) teaches children at a makeshift school in Lucknow. Every day, Aditya Kumar cycles around 40 miles with a heavy load of books and his few possessions on the back of his battered old bike to bring education to India's slum children.