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Blog/ March,24 2023
Why Indian Educational Institutes Need More Than Just Guidelines on Mental Health Issues

Data presented in the Parliament by the Ministry of Education revealed that the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are alone responsible for half of the suicides in the nation since 2018 among students initiated by academic stress and poor mental health concerns.

Blog/ March,24 2023
Careers in Architecture

Architecture as a field offers creativity, technical knowledge, and problem-solving skills. It is a diverse field, offering a lot of career opportunities that cater to different skill sets and various interests.

Blog/ March,18 2023
UGC Chief: Indian Universities To Soon Set Up Offshore Campuses in Africa, Gulf nations, Thailand, and Vietnam

In an interview, UGC Chairman said several nations are coming forward to deliver infrastructure to Indian universities to set up campuses abroad. UGC will handhold the institutions in recognizing the countries where they can put up their offshore campuses.

Blog/ March,07 2023
Bayers Foundation Fellowships and Stipends for Masters and Ph.D. Students 2023-2024 Germany

Applications can only be submitted through the digital portal (only available during the application period). Here is the direct link-

Blog/ February,16 2023
Canada Records Growth In Foreign Enrolment By Over 30% In 2022

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has recently released a data highlighting the record year of growth for Canadian institutions and schools...

Blog/ January,15 2023
Top Four in-demand Jobs For 2023 in India

According to a Bloomberg report, Software developers got the top spot on the US News and World Report list of the best careers of 2023.

Blog/ December,06 2022
How Extra-curricular Activities are Important in Teaching Life Skills

Here's a list of some essential skills to explore and gain outside the confines of academic knowledge: Build social skills and create social contacts, imprint life lessons......

Blog/ November,16 2022
Open Doors Report: 2 Lakh Students Chose US For Higher Education in 2021-22

The Institution of International Education released an Open Doors report, revealing that the number of Indian students in the United States raised by 19% over last year to two lakh. The report, sponsored by the US Department of State, exposes the trend of international student exchange for the 2021-22 academic year.

Blog/ November,02 2022
International Students' Work Rights in 14 Top Study Destinations

Here is an overview of post-study work rights policies at the end of 2022 and information about working while studying at each destination, given the high demand for this option among international students.

Blog/ October,28 2022
How Gamification will Revolutionalise Education; the future of Gamification in Learning

Gamification is an educational approach that aims to construct the element of enjoyment and engage the attention of students toward beneficial learning. At the same time, by piquing the interest of learners via gamification of learning, the goal is to encourage and inspire students to continue learning.

Blog/ September,29 2022
How Students From Small Indian Towns Are Pursuing Education Overseas; Affordable Countries & Student Loans

According to a report released on Tuesday, overseas study platform LeapScholar discovered that 57 percent of Indian middle-class families with a family income in the range of Rs 3-10 lakh were sloped to spend on overseas education. The reasons mentioned include the promise of global career opportunities, premium education and lifestyle, and better salaries.

Blog/ September,24 2022
Kajal From Jharkhand Speaks On Transforming Education At United Nations

On Monday, at the UN's headquarter in New York, Kajal appealed at the Transforming Education Summit that Global leaders should invest more in education to develop opportunities for children that will allow them to come out of the clasp of child labour and exploitation. Kajal spoke as a child leader representative at the summit- a key initiative of Our Common Agenda established by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in September 2021.

Blog/ September,22 2022
Emotional Appeals For World Leaders At U.N. To Protect Afghan Girls' Education

After contending with world leaders at the United Nations to protect the education and rights of Afghanistan women a year after the Taliban took over, former captain of the Afghanistan girls robotics team, Somaya Faruqi, broke down in tears backstage.

Blog/ September,21 2022
Five Universities That Provide Scholarships To Refugees and Displaced Students

Education is our fundamental right, but it may be difficult for displaced persons and refugees to secure an education- while they live in foreign countries due to their status as foreign nationals. But fortunately, many universities worldwide are aware of the struggles and hardships that refugees and displaced persons face. Here’s how they are helping them discover their dreams of foreign education.

Blog/ September,15 2022
Top 10 Colleges in the U.S. That Most Aid International Students

Some American colleges and universities offer considerable merit-based or need-based institutional scholarships to students from foreign countries. Students desiring this state of assistance will often fill out the College Board's College Scholarship Service Profile and may also propose an International Student Financial Aid Application.

Blog/ September,14 2022
New Virus: 'Tomato Flu' in Kid Students of age below 5 years

Tomato flu, also known as Tomato fever, is a rare viral disease causing dehydration, rashes, and skin irritation that affects children under the age of five years. Tomato flu might not be a new viral infection but could be an after-effect of dengue or chikungunya fever in children...


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