Ayesha Banerjee is responsible for Hindustan Times’ weekly supplements, including HT Estates, HT Education and HT ShineJobs.
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CS (Professional) topper banked on TV series Suits, Sherlock for quick relief during gruelling phase of studies
Harsh Gupta grabbed the number two spot in the company secretaries professional programme; has secured rank 40 in the chartered accountancy final, been slotted at number four in CA IPCC and 14 in CS executive
Young people studying in Birmingham City University pooled resources and connected with a charity to organise a community meal for about 1,000 people with an important message - No matter what your religion, race, creed, ethnicity or sexual orientation, you have the right to feed others, ‘to sit together and enjoy lovely conversations with each other’
At Srishti Welfare Centre in Kerala’s Munnar, schoolchildren and employees are taught the value of independence and dignity
Oxford, Cambridge and London School of Economics made it to the top 20
Reforms in UGC will allow the education regulator to intensify focus on academic matters and promote excellence in education, say experts
The 18-month project, Livelihood Creation in India also, focused on rural livelihood creation in the handicrafts and handloom sectors; educational, social and economic empowerment of women; and science and technology-based social entrepreneurship
The case of a 43-year-old English teacher being locked up in the washroom of an east Delhi school is a worrying reminder of increased cases of intimidation of teachers by students.
Of the 2.2 million participants in Edinburgh MOOCs, an average of 7% of overall participants have come from India
Deepa Mehta’s movie on Nirbhaya, Kashmir and urbanisation in India will be highlights of India Conference at Harvard 2017
Dr Harold Varmus was at medical school when his interest in practising medicine in countries like India, especially to research tropical diseases, led him to the Raebareli hospital
The upcoming Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2017 is unlikely to be postponed despite clashing with assembly election dates in five states next month, officials told HT on Saturday.
Cities need to connect better to water basins that supply their water, and work with stakeholders throughout the basin to ensure better water security and this is not easy
Updated on Jan 16, 2017 05:10 PM IST
ByAyesha Banerjee, Hindustan Times, Delhi
2016: Rohith Vemula, Kanhaiya Kumar and voices of dissent; 10th Boards and India’s own university rankings
A look at the year gone by and the major events related to education that impacted students and institutions
New stories, photographs and letters of soldiers from the subcontinent who fought in World War-1 emerged recently
Being noticed is not something that you can control but you can set a process in place which more often than not will not let you go unnoticed, the young cricketer had told HT Education some months ago
Considered to be a pioneer in creating a self-organised learning environment, Prof Sugata Mitra wants children to study through discovery, sharing, spontaneity and limited adult intervention
One school of thought says US attractiveness as a destination of choice for international students will be ‘hurt’. The other says such worries are unfounded
Canada’s recent announcements on immigrants and prioritisation of India in its education policy will definitely appeal to Indian students
Canadian universities perform 40% of the nation’s total R&D, valued at $13 billion each year.
Indians (42%) in the US seemed to be more homesick and lonelier than other international students (32% overall), says a study
Bio-X consortium, launched by IITs Ropar, Mandi and PGI Chandigarh, is poised to tackle complex challenges in medicine
Institute launched phase-1 of its enterprise resource planning system on Friday. Students to get online access to attendance records, grades, information on projects and sponsorships in the next phase
‘One important part of homeschooling is to get them to read, to learn how to learn. Once you have taught them that they’ll learn anything they are interested in. You just have to provide them the access. So instead of giving school fees you have to buy them books, get aircraft models for those interested in craft,’ says Arun Rao
Students give a high five to local craft, wear capes made by Pochampalli weavers of Telangana at convocation
Everyone should be concerned, especially the young, who will actually experience worsening effects of climate change in the coming years. Research and innovations done now will help the world be better prepared for an uncertain future
Focus and hard work gets you into the big league, says the young cricketer
None of India’s premier institutes, except for Mumbai University (world ranking 151-200), could make it to the world’s top 200 in the Shanghai Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2016, released on Wednesday. .