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The Manipal Academy of Higher Education to host a higher education meet on harmonization and internationalization of higher education in India from 12th July to 14th July; All private schools in Delhi to get over Rs 600 more per child from the government as monthly reimbursement for admissions under the Economical Weaker Section Category from the next academic session; Aspirants will be able to sit twice a year for JEE main and NEET for entry into medical colleges from 2019. 
Indian Children Attend Leadership Program at US Space Center

Twenty-three students from various schools in India joined students from 35 other countries to participate in a unique leadership program at the US Space and Rocket Centre (USSRC), Huntsville, Alabama. This leadership program by Honeywell provides high school students aged between 16 years to 18 years, with an opportunity to build and hone their leadership skills by tackling real-world challenges in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). This once-in-a-lifetime experience included activities such as moon walking, astronaut training, forming a group to build and test their own rockets, etc. Mrudang Patel from Narayana PU College, Bangalore who was one of the Indian students said, “At the academy, I trained like an astronaut, and confidently operated shuttle missions and rocket launch simulators — things that I have never done before…It was a life-changing experience.” For Shantanu Gupta, student of DPS Sushant Lok in Gurugram, meeting retired American NASA astronaut Robert Lee Gibson was the most exciting moment in the program, while V. Sharon Evangeline from Delhi felt that moon walking and making new friends from across the globe were the highlights of the leadership program. Applications for the 2019 HLCA program will open on September 5, 2018.