Etihad Airways donates to underprivileged children at Indian school.

Etihad Airways has donated school supplies to underprivileged children studying at Noshera Mewat Public Middle School near New Delhi, India. The donation was presented at the official re-opening of the school, which has been fully rebuilt with funds raised by the Abu Dhabi-based airline. Students received over 1,000 school bags, stationery, meals, uniforms, shoes and … Continue reading Etihad Airways donates to underprivileged children at Indian school.

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1,500 students participating in UAE National Robotics Challenge

The best 18 teams will move on to the WRO, which will be held from November 25-27 in India.   The battle for the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) began on Sunday in Abu Dhabi, under the supervision of the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec). This year, 1,500 students, grouped in 375 teams, from public and … Continue reading 1,500 students participating in UAE National Robotics Challenge

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Indian university in Dubai offers LLB programme

With the demand for Indian law programmes increasing among Indian students in the GCC, Amity University, Dubai, is all set to offer the programme. It is, in fact, the first campus to be approved by the Bar Council of India to offer law programmes out of India. “Students have been forced to go back to … Continue reading Indian university in Dubai offers LLB programme

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Indian curriculum schools in UAE delivers astonishing results

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) curriculum schools in the UAE are leading in the Gulf region, with all the top performing schools reporting a 100 per cent result. A total of 8,000 students from 31 schools appeared for the Grade 12 CBSE exam in the UAE. The results were announced on Saturday. Once … Continue reading Indian curriculum schools in UAE delivers astonishing results

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Dubai-based students score 98.75% in Indian board exams

Students from UAE-based schools affiliated to the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) have trumped their Indian counterparts with a 100 per cent result. CISCE declared the results for Grade 10 and Grade 12 on Friday. In the UAE, nearly 300 students of grade 10 appeared for the Indian Certificate for Secondary Examination (ICSE) … Continue reading Dubai-based students score 98.75% in Indian board exams

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Author and journalist Ajit Jain praises Indians in UAE

Dubai: Millions of Indian immigrants and expatriates living abroad are contributing enormously to their new host countries such as UAE and Canada, says a Canadian author and journalist who launched his new book The A-List in Dubai. Ajit Jain, former managing editor of India Abroad newspaper, told a small gathering of Indian business people at … Continue reading Author and journalist Ajit Jain praises Indians in UAE

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Sharjah resident’s campaign for literacy in India

SHARJAH // Learning to read is not just about knowing her ABCs for a mother-of-two, it is about being able to read a bus signboard and instructions on a medicine bottle. Afser Ahmed, 26, does not remember when she dropped out of school, but she recalled her first day back last month, attending a literacy … Continue reading Sharjah resident’s campaign for literacy in India

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IITs To Hold Entrance Exam Abroad For Foreign Students

Foreign students will be selected through a common entrance exam which would be administered by the IIT with the help of Indian missions in these countries. NEW DELHI:  In a bid to attract more international talent, the prestigious IITs for the first time are planning hold their entrance tests in Singapore, UAE, Ethiopia and SAARC … Continue reading IITs To Hold Entrance Exam Abroad For Foreign Students

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How to Build a Vision for Today and Tomorrow

Which is more important: a short-term or a long-term vision? The answer is… both. A vision is a clear mental picture of a future desired state, preferably written. A great analogy for a vision is a jigsaw puzzle. Before you even begin to organize and assemble the small puzzle pieces that are inside of the … Continue reading How to Build a Vision for Today and Tomorrow

Career counselling added to Dubai curriculum

The Ministry of Education will add a career counselling class once a week for grade 10 students who attend public school for the academic year 2013/14. Minister of Education Humaid Mohammad Obaid Al Qutami issued a ministerial decree regarding the implementation of this new decision on 21 public schools in the UAE as a first … Continue reading Career counselling added to Dubai curriculum