Board exams have ended! Summer has begun! The high school students are in hurry burry managing their routine, running errands from school to extra classes. Some must have already decided the career time line after high school, while other students are in dual minds about career options.
The Indian government has asked universities to limit research to topics related to national priorities.
If someone tells you they went to a top university—say Harvard, Yale, Stanford or MIT—the typical response will most likely include an exclamatory “Wow!”, or “Oh!”, accompanied by a raising of the eyebrows and simultaneous approving nod.
The body of an Indian student killed in the Christchurch mosque attacks was returned on Monday to her grieving family in Kochi, where relatives remembered a bright young woman dedicated to her studies.
The 16-year-old's father demanded a ban on PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, known by the acronym PUBG, after his son hanged himself from a ceiling fan at their Hyderabad home following a reprimand for wasting time online rather than studying for an English exam, according to Indian news reports.
NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) has announced a programme of artistic exhibitions, talks, performances, and screenings at its Arts Centre and Art Gallery. All events are open to the public throughout the month of April.
The second edition of Friends of Cancer Patients (FOCP)’s unique youth awareness initiative, the annual Ana-vation School Championship, which seeks to educate the UAE’s school-goers about common signs of paediatric cancers and empower them to come up with realistic DIY solutions to detect these signs and help young cancer patients, has just finished its school visits phase.
Students from schools all across the United Arab Emirates took part in the AUS Media Day held yesterday on April 17 at the American University of Sharjah (AUS).
A schoolgirl was burned to death in Bangladesh on the orders of her head teacher after she reported him for sexually harassing her, police said on Friday.