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RRB conducting online railway recruitment exams for the first time
For the first time, Railway Recruitment Board (RRB) is conducting online (computer based) examination for 3273 vacancies of Senior...
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The popular Aurangzeb Road, named after the Mughal ruler Abul Muzaffar Muhi-ud-Din Muhammad Aurangzeb in Central Delhi that links...
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On August 28, the West Bengal government announced that it has decided to postpone the primary Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) exa...
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  WWF-India in association organizes the Wild Wisdom quiz which is Asia’s largest wildlife quiz and the only national-l...
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On August 28, pulling up Odisha government for absence of quality education and health care in three state-run medical college and...
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Some of India’s leading academic institutions like IITs and IIMs will have foreign faculty members this year under the natio...
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Here’s an exciting news for all the book worms, who look forward to the beginning of the Delhi book fair every year....
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The students of Delhi schools might now be facing much less pressure as the Delhi Government is working on cutting down the...
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The well-established private schools of  Delhi might well be under the radar, as the government will soon be conducting interrogat...
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A major announcement is underway for the Indian citizens. Germany will now promote Indian languages including Sanskrit in its educ...
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