Tuesday, 22 Jan 2019
Category: News Updates

Pakistan's Bacha Khan University reopens 25 days after attack

The Bacha Khan University (BKU) in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, which was closed following a militant attack that killed at least 21 students, reopened on Monday after being given a security clearance. Vice chancellor Fazal Rahim Marwat received students as they entered the campus amid tight security, Dawn online reported. “We are satisfied with the […]

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Karnataka students bag top 3 PGET ranks

All three top ranks in the PGET 2016-17 were bagged by students from Karnataka. In the test conducted by the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka’s (ComedK) in January 2016, four of the top ten rank holders are from Karnataka. In PGET (dental), the first three ranks went to students from other […]

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Decision on Delhi nursery admission criteria leads to confusion

Of the 62 nursery criteria originally scrapped by Delhi government, 11 stay. The remaining 51 stand cancelled. This has led to some confusion as some schools had altered criteria following the government order of January 7, 2015. The government had issued a list of 62 criteria that it considered “discriminatory”, vague or “illogical.” Following Thursday’s […]

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'School managements welcome stay, government will appeal'

Delhi’s private school associations have added yet another court win to their list with the High Court on Thursday deciding to stay the Delhi government order scrapping management quota. School managements are, naturally, pleased with the outcome in the present case but also expect more trouble ahead.  “This government will not accept this,” says a […]

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'School managements welcome stay, government will appeal'

Delhi’s private school associations have added yet another court win to their list with the High Court on Thursday deciding to stay the Delhi government order scrapping management quota. School managements are, naturally, pleased with the outcome in the present case but also expect more trouble ahead.  “This government will not accept this,” says a […]

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HRD expediates process of releasing fellowship to students

ackdrop of outrage over the suicide by Rohith Vemula, the HRD Ministry has expedited the process of releasing fellowship to research scholars. According to the scholars, this is done to ensure that any delay does not lead to student unrest. Officials said that UGC, in a bid to encourage research scholars a year ago, hiked […]

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HRD expediates process of releasing fellowship to students

ackdrop of outrage over the suicide by Rohith Vemula, the HRD Ministry has expedited the process of releasing fellowship to research scholars. According to the scholars, this is done to ensure that any delay does not lead to student unrest. Officials said that UGC, in a bid to encourage research scholars a year ago, hiked […]

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