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July 23, 2019
Online Distance Learning Through Open Universities in India

Life is all about moving on and one must not give up on one’s dreams. Dreams are precious and have the power to move mountains. If you could not get into regular courses due to the paucity of time or money, or family responsibilities and a 9 to 5 job, then worry not. With advancement in technology and the education sector, hundreds of other options are available today for you. The courses provided by these [...]Read More

November 26, 2016
What Haunts Nalanda University?

On November 21, 2016, Noble Laureate Professor Amartya Sen was relieved off his position at the Nalanda University’s governing board. Now, George Yeo – the Chancellor of the university and an erstwhile foreign minister of Singapore – has put down his papers as well in what can be seen as a mark of protest at the decision regarding Professor Sen. He has submitted his resignation to Pranab Mukherjee. In fact, it was him who gave the [...]Read More

September 3, 2014
Nalanda University

Nalanda University, the ancient abode of learning, re-opened its doors on September 1, 2014 with an aim to restore it back to its past glory. This is indeed a very good attempt on the part of the Bihar State Government and Central Government to bring back India’s original international knowledge destination back on its track, after 800 years. With 10 faculty members and 15 students including 5 women, the first academic session began on 1st [...]Read More

July 6, 2013

India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. It is evident that the process of learning, education and research also made considerable progress in ancient India. The Nalanda University, now an ancient ruin and a tourist spot had at one time produced many meritorious Indian scholars. It was Aryabhatta, the ancient Indian mathematician who conceived the concept of the numeral “zero” that changed the fundamentals of mathematics completely. The contribution of the ancient [...]Read More

February 24, 2013

Intentionally or unintentionally many new things have been associated with India, which are tarnishing her striking image. But the notion that Indians are conservative and not smart is not true. We are from the land, which is admired for its long and golden history, brave leaders, scientists, and educationalists. The education sector of ancient India has made enormous contributions in various fields. By developing algebra, algorithm, techniques of surgery, game of chess etc, India had [...]Read More



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