GOA: GOA UNIVERSITY SECURES 68th POSITION
Panaji The National Institute of Ranking Framework has ranked Goa University on 68th position. Union Ministry of Human Recourses Development declared the list. As per the ranking released by NIRF, Indian Institute of Science Bengaluru stood first, followed by Jawaharlal Nehru University and Banaras Hindu University. In the overall category, GU secured 98thrank and Goa College of Pharmacy secured 37th rankREAD more..
SSC EXAMINATION BEGINS IN GOA
By Our Chief Reporter Panaji (Goa) Nearly 20,261 students appeared for the SSC examination which began in Goa today. Total 20,261 students are appearing for the examination today which are being held across 27 centres. The examination will conclude on April 12. There is an increase of about 2889 students compared to the…READ more..
FIVE DO’S AND DON’T’S FOR STUDENTS APPEARING FOR SSC EXAMINATION
By Our Chief Reporter With students getting read for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination of Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education from Monday, here are FIVE DO’S AND DON’T’S that the student should do. We bring to you these vital tips from Retired School Headmaster GURUDAS SAMANT who headed – Shri…READ more..
Exploring The Ladder In Amazing World Of Information Technology!!
KIRAN PEDNEKAR Once the final semester is over for engineering and non-engineering students, a nightmare of job-hunting haunts their peaceful nights!! One starts taking pressure & tension about job offers especially if one is a Computer engineer or IT engineer or even B.Sc. IT, CS or BCA graduate. The only dream that one gets is of the dream job that…READ more..
GOA BAORD’S HSSC EXAMS BEGINS WITH ENGLISH PAPER TODAY; VOCATONAL STREAM TO BEGIN FROM MARCH 6
Panaji (Goa): Thousands of Class XII students of Science, Commerce and Arts appeared for the Goa Board exams that commenced across 16 examination centres today. A total of 18,502 students have been enrolled with the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education’s (GBSHSE) this year, nearly 2,000 students more than last academic year. Strict security arrangements are in place…READ more..
LESS THAN 2K SCHOOLS IN GOA: EDU DEPT
Panaji (Goa): After a series of closure of primary schools in the last couple of years owing to less number of students, the State is left with 1,729 government, aided and unaided schools. Out of the total, 1157 are primary schools, 64 middle schools, 408 high schools and 100 higher secondary schools. The data for the year 2017-18 academic year, released…READ more..
GOA: PM INTERACTION WITH STUDENTS ON FEB 16, DOE ASKS SCHOOLS TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS
Panaji (Goa) The Directorate of Education has asked all the schools to motivate their students and submit questions to be asked to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who would be interacting with students across all the States and Union Territory on February 16. The questions to be asked are related to handling the stress in schools/…READ more..
GOA: NIO TO ORGANIZE MARINE ROBOTICS SCHOOL FROM FEB 12-17
Panaji (Goa) National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) is all set to organize its 4th edition of Marine Robotics School from February 12 to 17 for young researchers across country. The Marine Robotics Schools at NIO was first organized in 2012. Marine Robotics Research aims to design, develop and provide support to the operation of advanced underwater systems for…READ more..
GOA: BITS STUDENT WINS GOLD MEDAL IN NATIONAL GRADUATE PHYSICS EXAM
Vasco (Goa): For the first time in Goa, a 4th year student of BITS Pilani, K K Birla Goa Campus, Mr. Kishore Gopalkrishnan, has won a Gold Medal for the National Graduate Physics Examination (NGPE) conducted by the Central IAPT (Indian Association of Physics Teachers) in Jan 2017. This exam was attempted by over 12,000 candidates from all over…READ more..
GOA: ENSURE 220 WORKING DAYS, DoE INSTRUCT SCHOOLS
Panaji (Goa) The Directorate of Education (DoE) has directed all the schools in the State to maintain a minimum of 220 working days and 200 instructional days for the coming academic year 2018-19. In a circular issued to heads of the school, Director Education GP Bhat has said that each schools instruction over has to…READ more..