No business problems, only people’s problems: Shiv Khera
No business problems, only people's problems: Shiv Khera


There are no business problems, only people problems — and once these get resolved, so do the business problems, says motivational guru Shiv Khera, whose fifth book has just hit the stands while the first one has entered its 20th year and is set to be relaunched. “I am not an expert in any industry, but having

Video games can help learn new language: Study Video games can help learn new language: Study

LONDON: Popular video games can be used to teach a new language, say scientists who have used the ‘ssin’s Creed II’ to teach the Italian language to a class of students. Simone Bregni, associate professor at Saint Louis University in Spain, started playing video games in 1975 when he was 12.By the mid-1980s, he was

Kerala professor opens library on Sachin Tendulkar Kerala professor opens library on Sachin Tendulkar

Kerala professor opens library on Sachin Tendulkar. A history professor from Malabar Christian College in Kozhikode city in Kerala has set up a library on the ‘master-blaster cricketer Sachin Tendulkar’. Speaking to ANI, Professor Vasisht Manikoth said, “All the books here are based on Sachin Tendulkar, published in the various languages of India.”The library consists

PSEB Class XII Result: Malwa shines and Majha stands gloomy PSEB Class XII Result: Malwa shines and Majha stands gloomy

Bathinda – Generally referred to as the natives of ‘backward’ region of the state, students of Malwa on Monday made all acknowledge their talent. Apart from the overall top three ranks bagged by the students of the region, they also made Malwa stand tall in the district wise overall pass percentage result of the Class XII of

Govt. for stern action against teachers who interrupting work Govt. for stern action against teachers who interrupting work

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Intelligence inputs have revealed that some notorious elements have been included in the movement of teachers to disturb the peace. The manhandling and illegal custody of DPI in Ferozepur and some other instances have given the wrong massages to the CM. Sources disclosed that CM has asked to take stern action against such

CBSE to grant 2 marks for typo error in Class 10th English exam
CBSE to grant 2 marks for typo error in Class 10th English exam

CBSE to grant 2 marks for typo error in Class 10th English exam. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday announced that it will grant two extra marks to Class Xth students for a typing error in the English question paper.The CBSE made this announcement after several teachers and students approached the board

CBSE to compensate class X students for typo error in English paper

CBSE to compensate class X students for typo error in English paper. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to provide compensation of two marks to Class X students for a typing error in the English question paper. Several teachers and students had approached the Board with the plea that the paper held

Over 17K students take part in sixth BSE International Financial Olympiad
Over 17K students take part in sixth BSE International Financial Olympiad

Over 17K students take part in sixth BSE International Financial Olympiad. Over 17,000 students from across India took part in the recently held sixth BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange) International Finance Olympiad. The aim of the event, which was jointly organised by the Eduheal Foundation (EHF) and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) was to promote awareness

PSEB reschedules Classes X, XII practicals of NSQF subjects
PSEB reschedules Classes X, XII practicals of NSQF subjects

MOHALI: Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has rescheduled the practical test of NSQF subjects for Classes X and XII examination March 2018 from April 13 to 20 and the Job Training subject to May 3, 2018.The PSEB Secretary, Hargunjit Kaur said that the last date of uploading the online marks lists of the candidates of

Conflict deepens as the Centre refuse to release scholarship fund to Punjab

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh:  Amid the claim of ‘Dalit-Prem’, the signs of conflict between Centre and Punjab have been increased over the issue of Scholarship fund for SC students. The Punjab claims Rs 1700 crore from the Centre against the Centre Government sponsored Scholarship scheme for three financial year for 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18. But the

Kathua DC's one affirmative step against education mafia
Kathua DC’s one affirmative step against education mafia

Whereas, parents of students studying in private schools in district Kathua has raised the issue of overcharging of school fees in the shape of admission fee while promoting students to next classes. Besides, charging building development fund etc.Moreover, it has also come to notice of government of Jammu and Kashmir that management of private schools

Interesting Insights JEE MAIN Topper
Interesting Insights from JEE MAIN Topper- KalpitVeerwal on Life at IIT Bombay and More

When the JEE Main result of 2017 came out, several lives were changed. However, there was one person who stood out amongst the lakhs of candidates and made history. We are talking about the KalpitVeerwal, who will always be remembered as the first perfect scorer of this mighty engineering entrance exam. Kalpit’s remarkable achievement of

NIRF India Rankings 2018: Five institutes of Punjab among top 100
NIRF India Rankings 2018: Five institutes of Punjab among top 100

NIRF India Rankings 2018: On tuesday, National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF)-2018, released by the Union ministry of human resource developmen in which five Punjab institutes have made it to the top 100 institutions of India. The rankings were released by HRD minister Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi. Here is the list: Panjab University (PU), Chandigarh

HRD forms panel to examine CBSE's exam conduct process
HRD forms panel to examine CBSE’s exam conduct process

HRD forms panel to examine CBSE’s exam conduct process . The HRD Ministry has set up a “high-powered committee” to examine the process by which the CBSE conducts examinations, following the alleged leak of the Class 10 mathematics and the Class 12 economics papers. The panel, headed by former HRD secretary V S Oberoi, will

IIT Student-Scientist meets with tragic end in Antarctica expedition
IIT Student-Scientist meets with tragic end in Antarctica expedition

A 24 year-old Indian student-scientist from IIT Bhubaneswar met with a tragic end during an ambitious Scientific Expedition to Antarctica. Hailing from a village in West Bengal, Subhajit Sen, who was part of the 37th Indian Scientific Expedition died in an accident in Antarctica Wednesday near Indian research station Maitri, the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research

‘Night owls’ taking morning classes get poor marks

NEW YORK: Studying till late in the night will only fetch poor grades and it is high time to tailor students’ class schedules to their natural biological rhythms, stress researchers. Students whose circadian rhythms were out of sync with their class schedules say, night owls taking early morning courses received lower grades due to “social

Plea in SC against CBSE move to conduct re-examinations
Plea in SC against CBSE move to conduct re-examinations

NEW DELHI: A plea has been moved in the Supreme Court against the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to cancel and re-conduct the economics exam of Class XII held on March 26 and the mathematics paper of Class X on March 28 over suspicion of alleged question paper leak. The petition, filed by

Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day!
Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day!

Global warming- Let’s celebrate April 1 as Cool Day! In our quest for development that has meant urbanization, defense up gradation, agriculture and industrialization we have fooled ourselves every day as we have chosen a path of self destruction. Modern day development has come at a huge cost of environment. Increase in atmospheric temperature is one

CBSE paper leak: Pvt school body demands Javadekar’s resignation

CBSE paper leak: Pvt school body demands Javadekar’s resignation. A body representing private schools has sought the resignation of HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar, alleging that the government had failed to conduct the board examinations in a fair manner. Kulbhushan Sharma, the president of the National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA), which claims to represent 60,000 private

Teacher unions likely to boycott ‘Parho Punjab' programme at Dinanagar rally
Teacher unions likely to boycott ‘Parho Punjab’ programme at Dinanagar rally

Nawanshahr – As the scheduled panel meeting with the Education Minister after the massive rally at Ludhiana has ended in deadlock, the different unions of the teaching and non-teaching employees under the aegis of ‘Shikhiya Bachao Manch’ have started gearing themselves up with zest to hold another massive rally at Dinanagar, hometown of the Education Minister,