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Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission: Coimbatore girl tops rank list but wants to continue pursuing BSc chemistry

Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission: Coimbatore girl tops rank list but wants to continue pursuing BSc chemistry

COIMBATORE: Coimbatore girl Keerthana Ravi, 18, topped the rank list for Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission (TNEA) released by Anna University on Thursday. Interestingly, Keerthana, who passed out last year, said while she was happy that she had been ranked first, she didn’t want to pursue engineering. “I am pursuing BSc chemistry in St Stephen’s …

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Adopted children ‘barely surviving’ in high-pressure schools

Adopted children 'barely surviving' in high-pressure schools

Adopted children who have suffered traumatic early experiences are “barely surviving” in the current high-pressure school environment and need greater support if they are to have an equal chance of success, a charity has said. They are falling behind in their studies because they are struggling to cope emotionally with the …

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After 6-Inch Rule, Bahria University Experiments with Separate Cafeterias for Male and Female Students

After 6-Inch Rule, Bahria University Experiments with Separate Cafeterias for Male and Female Students

In yet another controversial move, Bahria University’s Islamabad Campus has banned mixed gatherings at the university cafeterias. Segregating male and female students seems to be the motive here and those breaching the code of conduct will face disciplinary action. The administration has directed female students to avail cafeteria services from Dean’s Cafeteria …

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Canadian Visa Rule Changes To Benefit Indian Students

Canadian Visa Rule Changes To Benefit Indian Students

TORRONTO:  According to Canadian immigration authority, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), students from India and three other Asian countries will get faster visas to study in Canada as it has introduced major changes in visa procedures to reduce the processing time. The Canadian move comes at a time when the UK’s …

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Dr. Mudasar Ghafoor – A Man par excellence

Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which one has overcome while trying to succeed. An ancient Chinese proverb says: ‘Great souls have wills, feeble ones have only wishes.’ While idle ones wait and wish, those with push and …

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