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NEET: Tamil Nadu CM meets Prime Minister Modi; seeks exemption from medical entrance exam

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami today met Prime Minister Narendra Modiand asked for exemption from the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for students of Tamil Nadu. “The chief minister insisted that exemption from NEET for Tamil Nadu should be given considering the welfare of the students of the state,” said …

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Kerala Plus One second supplementary allotment 2017 results declared at hscap.kerala.gov.in

Directorate of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala has released the second supplementary allotment result for Plus One admissions 2017 today at hscap.kerala.gov.in. Once the allotment results are published on the official website, students need to report to the school on July 27 and 28, 2017 to complete the admission formalities. …

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Schools to have NCERT books soon: Anil Swarup

To provide relief from buying text books at high prices, NCERT books will be made available to students of all public and private schools. However, choice should be available and option should be given to the school students, said secretary to the union school education and literacy ministry Anil Swarup …

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Admission to government medical colleges: 396 aspirants’ future in limbo

THE FUTURE of 396 aspirants, currently eligible for admission to government medical colleges in the state, is now in a limbo as a group of parents has moved the court over the criteria for admission under the domicile quota. In a list released by the state Directorate of Medical Education …

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DU admission 2017: Merit based 7th cut off list released

The Registrar of the University of Delhi on July 26 has announced the next cut-off list for admission to various courses at the university from the academic term of 2017-18. Students still aspiring for seats at the university should check the official website (du.ac.in) for the cut offs. The seventh …

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Calcutta University admission 2017: Last date to apply for UG courses extended to July 31

The last date for accepting applications for undergraduate courses at colleges affiliated with the University of Calcutta has been extended from July 22, 2017 to July 31, 2017. Students who are seeking admission at the university can apply for the same from the official website (caluniv.ac.in). The announcement was made …

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Mumbai University results: Maharashtra government to probe delay in assessment of varsity papers

The Maharashtra education minister Vinod Tawde said on Wednesday that the government will initiate a probe into the delay in declaration of results of the examinations conducted by the Mumbai University (MU). It’s been three months that the varsity conducted the last examination of any subject. The assessment of answer sheets …

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Study abroad in Hong Kong: Know available courses, eligibility, admission procedure

When pursuing higher education abroad, one need not look far to the west. Adding to the perk of it being a part of a neighbouring nation, Hong Kong even has seven out of 20 world-class institutions which have been ranked among QS University World Rankings 2018. The city is not only …

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Delhi government to open 75 Sanskrit learning centres, says Manish Sisodia

Seeking to promote Sanskrit among Delhites, the AAP government on Wednesday announced that it would open 75 learning centres of the ancient language across the national capital. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said these centres would offer three-month certificate course in Sanskrit. The government has constituted a committee to design …

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CBSE pulled up for not notifying HC order on class 12 re-evaluation

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was today pulled up by the Delhi High Court for causing hardship to students by not notifying on its site that re-evaluation was permissible in all subjects of class 12. The court’s remarks came after it was told that the Board was reluctant to …

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