Over 43,000 bus pass applications rejected by BMTC

Students who lost their bus pass earlier,have to pay money for the remaining months. BMTC says they are looking into the matter. By Shubhangi Mathur Bangalore: Parul Jindal who commutes daily to her college is waiting for the issuance of her Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) bus pass for two months now. “I filled the […]

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Students get Merit Scholarships

Bengaluru-based NGO helped bright students across the country to pursue higher studies. Some 4,946 students from economically weaker sections of Bengaluru have been given scholarships for higher education in the past year by a non-profit governmental organization, the Foundation for Excellence (FFE). In a report by World Bank Group, 176 million people in India are […]

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Annual Science Exhibition in Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium.

Out of 100 entries at the 2018 exhibition, very few of the students from government schools were represented. Bangalore, Nov. 23, 2018. By Lanka Samanth and Priyanka Dhaundiyal   At the science exhibition at the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, private school student’s class seven to 10 showcased their innovative projects. “The main objective of this exhibition […]

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Kannada Language Teaching Centres see a Surge in Students Enrollment

Kannada teaching centres in the city are witnessing an increase in the number of bank aspirants, doctors, software engineers, and dental students approaching them to learn Kannada. Bengaluru, Nov.  22, 2018 By Sharathkumar Nair Bengaluru, the cosmopolitan capital of Karnataka is witnessing the uprising of the Kannada language on a grand scale. State government and […]

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