Meet Priscilla Sitienei, the young-old inspiration and just a 99-year old to resume her education! And while being inspired, be updated with the LSAT dates and UNICEF’s targets for this year!
LSAT Indian 2022 May administrations open.
The Law School Admission Test assesses claiming your slot at any reputed law school globally, especially in the US and Canada.
After announcing the results of the first administrations that happened this January, the LSAT council has announced the second phase of administration starting in May 2022. The exams will be on different days and time slots, starting from May 9, 2022. You can apply for the test on their official website till April 26, 2022.
LSAT India 2022 (May) Highlights
|Exam name||Law School Admission Test for India|
|Exam Frequency||2 times a year|
|Exam Level||National Level Exam|
|Mode of Exam||Online|
|Mode of Counselling||Offline|
|LSAT India May registration date||Currently open|
|Application Fee (General)||Rs 3,799/ - [Online]|
|Exam Duration||2 Hours 20 Minutes|
|The last date to submit an application||April 25, 2022|
|Slot for Scheduling the Test||April 26 to 30, 2022|
|LSAT India Exam Date||May 9, 2022, onwards|
|Declaration of result||to be announced later|
Demand for IELTS coaching increases.
The demand for IELTS coaching has drastically increased in India. In a survey conducted by Just Dial, the results state that the people from Punjab generated the requests.
Out of the survey results from the Tier-1 cities, Delhi tops the list, followed by Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. The team from Just dial quotes that students' interest and curiosity in pursuing their education abroad and improving their language skills is the core reason for this wide margin of results.
New UNICEF chief reveals education targets.
Catherine Russell has taken over as the new chief of UNICEF, succeeding Henrietta Fore. In her first major speech, she stated that the significant global education target should transform girls and children's lives.
She also highlighted that school children need to develop their physical and emotional well-being through education to bring them out of these challenging times. She felt that innovating and forging new partnerships would hold children at more significant risks from being left behind.
The school student who has just turned 99!
Sounds interesting, right! A 99-year old granny has been attending primary school in Kenya’s rift valley. Priscilla Sitienei started going to school to be an encouragement to her great-grandchildren.
The Government of Kenya began subsidising the cost of primary schooling in 2003. This was initiated to revive the dreams of older people to study, who missed out on the chance in their younger days.
So, learning has no bar!