Third gender: MPhil students to study Laxmi’s autobiography

AHMEDABAD: This year’s master of philosophy (MPhil) students of department of sociology will study ‘Me Hijra,…

South Korean scholars boycott state-issued textbook project

Professors from more than 20 South Korean universities said they would not contribute to the textbooks.…

Danish anthropologist documenting Karam

KOLKATA: For the past 33 years, this scholar from Denmark, has been scouring the rugged and…

100-day adult literacy scheme awaits CM K Chandrasekhar Rao’s nod

HYDERABAD: The Telangana state directorate of adult education has charted out a 100-day action plan to…

Rajasthan to cut chapter on Mandela in school textbooks

JAIPUR: One of the many changes in textbooks of the Rajasthan secondary education board will be…

Pakistan religious body wants separate women educational institutes

ISLAMABAD: Co-education is not compatible with Islamic principles, a constitutional religious body in Pakistan has said,…

After Ruling, Paul Smith’s College Won’t Get Weills’ $20 Million Renaming Gift

Sanford I. Weill, a Wall Street billionaire, and his wife, Joan, have decided not to donate…

UPSC declares Indian Forest Service prelims results

The detailed application form will be available on the UPSC website from October 16 to October…

Over 15,000 qualify civil services prelims exam

NEW DELHI: Over 15,000 people have qualified this year’s civil services preliminary examination, results of which…

MU postpones exams for nine postgraduate courses

MUMBAI: Mumbai University postponed the commencement dates of around nine postgraduate courses including MA and MSc…