Category Archives: Education

Educating students on fee refunds

Pushpa Girimaji Can an educational institution refuse to refund the fee to a student withdrawing from a course, saying that the seat vacated by the student was not filled up and therefore it would suffer a loss if it refunded … Continue reading

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Talent unlimited despite disability

Neha Miglani Tribune News Service Chandigarh, August 6 Disability is surely not an impediment for talent to blossom. Nearly eight visually impaired students, including two exceptionally talented singers and musicians, have been enrolled in bachelors of arts at Postgraduate Government … Continue reading

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Panjab University’s expanding profile

In addition to postgraduate courses, it now has professional courses for Class XII passouts Neha Miglani Tribune News Service Chandigarh, June 19 With a significant shift in its profile from being an institute for solely postgraduate studies, nearly 1,410 Class … Continue reading

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The English charm

The University of Oxford is the place where the world’s best minds converge to give you a truly out-of-the-world experience, share city scholars who have been there, seen that Mona Magnificent libraries, punting at River Cherwell flowing through the campus, … Continue reading

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Minister admits to poor show by govt schools

Shivani Bhakoo Tribune News Service Ludhiana, June 17 Admitting to poor performance by students of government schools in the state, Education Minister Sewa Singh Sekhwan said today performance graph of the students had come down in various classes as compared … Continue reading

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8,000 teachers sans salary for seven months

Tribune News Service Fatehgarh Sahib, June 17 As many as 8,000 schoolteachers, deployed in 482 government-aided schools of Punjab, have not received their salaries for the past seven months due to delay in contribution of 95 per cent quarterly grant … Continue reading

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Oxford celebrates 400 years of links with India

Oxford, June 16 The University of Oxford has had close links with India for centuries, but for the first time the ancient seat of learning will celebrate an ‘Oxford-India Day’ tomorrow by bringing together scholars and a select group of … Continue reading

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