Saving Henry! The Story of Exams

Saving Henry! The Story of Exams

Ever wondered when was the first exam ever held on the face of this earth? What was the reason to start this system of evaluation in the first place? What was the method used for evaluation? Well, to be honest, by looking at early pages of history, it roots its…

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Challenges students face while studying abroad

Challenges students face while studying abroad

It seems an easy transition to those of you who dream of simply escaping from your parents and studying abroad. But that’s not the truth. Studying in aborad may seem like fun to do, but certainly it’s not an easy task. There are certain challenges every non-native student faces while…

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The Gauteng government to spend R250 bn on Education and Health

The Gauteng government to spend R250 bn on Education and Health

More than R250 billion to be spent over the next three years to ensure access to highest quality public education and better healthcare services, said the Gauteng government. Gauteng Finance MEC Barbra Creecy who presented the medium-term budget policy statement and the 2016/2017 adjustment budget in the provincial legislature said…

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Choosing a Career Path: What Suits You Better?

Choosing a Career Path: What Suits You Better?

The first term at the University can be hard for new graduate students to manage. New people and new place can make the first few weeks of living incredibly daunting to some of them, whether they are used to living away from home or not. According to the research which…

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What Will Define the Face of Education?

What Will Define the Face of Education?

The gusty winds of education due to insufficient funding, advancing technology, and the need of tough jobs in the last few years has been a thing to think for many thinkers and experts. The economic health and capacity to innovate largely depend on the improvement in education. While the “how…

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