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Amid the gloom, meet these TN State Board students who are celebrating the upholding of NEET, after dropping a year to prep

After all the see-sawing, State Board students in Tamil Nadu are glum now that NEET is going to be the yardstick for med school. Except, these guys who dropped a year are the exceptions to that rule

CBSE students will be thrilled at this news

NEET for TN: Heartbreak for TN State Board students as SC strikes down State's ordinance seeking 85 pc reservation: Counselling from Sep 4? 

SC strikes down TN's Special Ordinance to exempt their students from getting into medical colleges without NEET scores. Counselling to start with NEET scores within the next two weeks

The eight-year-old singing sensation Praniti

Meet the Small Wonder Praniti whose Despacito mash up is going viral on social media

Age is just a number when it comes to eight-year-old Praniti, who is constantly taking social media by storm. We chat with her and her father to find out more about the singing sensation

The current student body is presently divided between the ABVP and the NSUI

Delhi University Students' Union elections to be held on September 12

The Chief Election Officer of the university will accept the nominations in the Department of Botany

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Here's how cocoa beans turn into chocolate bars in Nitin Chordia's Cocoashala 

Nitin Chordia, the first chocolate taster in the country runs a school in Chennai that runs a unique course of making chocolates right from the bean

HELPING HAND: Tamara founded the Sunflower Learning Centre in Jaisalmer

From model to role model: Tamara Moss's epic story of how she is helping the kids of Jaisalmer 

This is the unique story of Tamara Moss and her organisation SLC that caters to the kids of Jaisalmer

The institute laid the foundation after performing rituals on the precincts of the hospital

JIPMER to become the first central institute to have PET-CT facility for underprivileged patients

The Centrally sponsored university in Puduchery will soon offer a facility for poor patients through advanced nuclear imaging technique

Supreme Court dismisses plea for making yoga compulsory in schools

The Supreme Court dismissed a plea seeking compulsory yoga classes for school students, saying that it is for the government to take a decision on such issue

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This Kerala school granted period leave 105 years ago

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had assured that the government would formulate a common stand on granting menstrual leave to women employees 

The panel will submit its recommendation after examining the proposal

UGC forms panel to study idea of deemed varsity status to IIMC

The University Grants Commission has set up a panel to study a proposal to grant deemed university status to the Indian Institute of Mass Communication 

IIT Kharagpur is going to start the genomics laboratory facility for engineering students

IIT Kharagpur to launch Genomics Study for beginners

IIT Kharagpur has launched a programme to encourage beginners of undergraduate engineering courses at the institute to enrol for Genomics Study

The plea was seeking a probe into alleged irregularities in the NEET exam

Delhi High Court seeks centre, police reply on probe plea into illegalities in NEET 2016

The Delhi High Court has sought a reply from the centre and the police on a plea seeking a court- monitored CBI/SIT probe into alleged illegalities in NEET

The University has already set up an action plan to promote research activities

Gangadhar Meher University sets up special cell to promote research activities

The students of the University are expected to benefit with the increasing research activities

A total of 693 graduates received their degree certificates

KCG College of Technology celebrates 15th graduation day

The 15th Graduation Day of KCG College of Technology was celebrated on 5 August 2017

The inaugural session of the conference

GITAM played host to a conference based on Towards Risk-Based Solvency

The conference, sponsored by ICICI Prudential, had eminent speakers speaking on the topic

Now that you know spoonerism, let's see what Bushism and malapropism are

Not all tongue slips are spoonerisms. Read on to find more about Bushism and malapropism 

Research has proven that emotional well-being is closely connected with the physical state of the child

Educationist Husien Dohadwalla tells us why children might benefit from having counsellors in schools 

Here are some signs for school counsellors to watch out for in students for and why parental involvement is crucial