18 Life-Changing College Courses You Can Take for Free

18 Life-Changing College Courses You Can Take for Free

We bet you had no idea that you could take college courses from Ivy League schools for free. You don’t have to be a student there, you don’t necessarily have to be physically present, and the best part is that you don’t have to pay. You can take college courses online that will change your life without paying a dime. You can take classes focused on hundreds of topics — everything from Bitcoin to dog emotions — all by…

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Schools to Get Hi-tech Upgrades with Rs 533 Crore Project

Schools to Get Hi-tech Upgrades with Rs 533 Crore Project

[email protected], a Kerala government initiative to impart IT education in schools, has submitted Rs 533 crore budget-worth project report to the state government for making all the eight to twelve school classes in the state hi-tech. The detailed project report, which comprises upgradation plan of 45000 classrooms and IT labs in 4775 schools at a total budget of Rs 553 Crores, was submitted to Usha Titus, Secretary, General Education Department, by Anvar Sadath K, Executive…

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Kendriya Sainik Board Scholarship

Kendriya Sainik Board Scholarship

The Kendriya Sainik Board (KSB) attached to the Ex-Servicemen Welfare Department is providing scholarship to the students pursing degree courses in arts and science colleges to the wards of ex-servicemen. The eligible candidates can upload the details of documents such as relieving order of the ex-servicemen, identity card, bonafide certificate provided by the college, details of bank pass book (State Bank of India/ Punjab National Bank), Aadhaar card, along with a self declaration that the…

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Children’s Education: Parents taking to Debt Route

Children’s Education: Parents taking to Debt Route

For many parents in India, funding their child’s education is more important than contributing to their own retirement savings. A study by HSBC found that seven out of 10 parents were willing to go into debt to fund their children’s university education. About 65% parents in the survey said that paying for their child’s education made it more difficult to keep up with other financial commitments. Parents with a child at university or college were…

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