A delegation from 13 Indian universities got an exposure to the United Kingdom's own version of what can be called "Chai pe charcha" or how to transform a tea factory into an innovation hub for small and medium enterprises.
Three Indian students have been expelled by a Chinese university after a group clash in which one of them was stabbed.
Researchers have found that tablet computers loaded with literacy applications could improve the reading preparedness of young children living in economically disadvantaged communities.
A taxi driver in Iran's Rasht city has lodged his car with books in a bid to encourage his passengers to read in his taxi, the media reported.
Bangladeshi police suspect the involvement of Islamist radicals in the murder of a university teacher who was hacked to death on Saturday morning.
The UK Open University has honoured professor Asha S. Kanwar, one of the world's leading advocates of learning for development, for her "exceptional contribution to global education, social justice and human development".
Get ready to say good morning to Twitter in classroom soon as the micro-blogging can help teachers engage students in a more efficient way and better prepare them to take on New-Age challenges, researchers reveal.
More than 280 schools have been damaged by the earthquake that hit Ecuador on April 16, leaving at least 120,000 children temporarily without education, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said.
A year after a devastating 7.9-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, 1.6 million school children in affected areas are still without safe classrooms and starting their new academic year in temporary structures.
A university professor was killed in the northern Bangladesh district of Rajshahi on Saturday, police said.