Tag: education

4,698 Foreign Students Study in Andhra Pradesh

Despite the Telangana agitation, 4698 students from abroad took admission in Andhra Pradesh, second largest number in the country. Osmania University in Hyderabad admitted 1,500 students when comparing to last years 1,250 students. Students who admitted in Andhra Pradesh are…

New Timings for Government Junior Colleges from the New Academic Year

The Intermediate Board of Education has recommended new timings for Intermediate classes in Government junior colleges from the new academic year. According to the orders issued by the Commissioner of Intermediate Board, college timing will be between 9 am and…

Inter I Books have Inputs from CBSE

The BIE, AP has published new books on physics, chemistry, botany and zoology revised by including 20 per cent of the syllabus of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to previous physics and chemistry texts and 40 per cent to…

Corporate Educational System Making Students Unfit for IIT’s

The number of suicides in the country’s top technical institutes, IIT’s is increasing at an alarming rate. The obvious reason for all these suicides being the incapability of the students to cope up with the academic pressure. With the recent…

Another Foreign University with 90% of Indian Students Accused for VISA Fraud

29 Jul 11: University of North Virginia’s Annadale campus, an unaccredited private university, situated in the suburb of Washington DC has been raided by US authorities from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Federal Beaureau of Investigation (FBI). The university…

City Performs Poorly in SSC Exams

22 May 2011: In contrast to the highest pass percentage of 83.1 secured by the state, the Hyderabad city has managed to secure the least pass percentage of 72.76 (among all the 24 districts in AP) for the third consecutive…

Hyderabad Records Highest Literacy Rate: 2011 Census

04 April 2011: According to the latest census report, the literacy rate of Andhra Pradesh is 67.77, when compared to 60.47 percent in 2001. The overall literacy rate of males increased from 70.32 percent to 75.56 percent and that of…

AP Education Act 1982, to be Amended Soon

01 April 2011: The Andhra Pradesh Education Act, 1982 is set to get amended, enabling the state government to have control over academics which are related to central bodies like UGC and AICTE. The ordinance for this will be passed…