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As the exams are nearing, we bring you the dos and don't while dressing up to write the JEE 2019. Read to find out more
If someone is found not following the 'rule', a fine of Rs 2000 will be imposed on her. Furthermore, a 'prize' of Rs. 1000 has been earmarked for the person who informs village elders about women not
As a face-saver, Vice-Chancellor G Gopa Kumar agreed to take up Karunakaran's request to reinstate Akhil Thazhath, a PG student dismissed from the university for a Facebook post
Girls will be allowed to wear shorts, pants in Australian schools to help them engage in active play
The latest dress code followed "an extensive review and consultation with stakeholders"
Most of the candidates from the state, who appeared for NEET found Physics comparatively tough than Botany, Zoology and Chemistry.
Such last minute issues cause extra stress to the students and influences their performance negatively, worry parents
Given that the NEET authorities won't make any arrangements for the items or belongings that are off the list, it is advised that you don't carry them at all
The recent move by the MHRD asking colleges to ditch colonial gown for traditional Indian attires bring into question the need for standardising a single culture in a diverse counrtry like Indian
Wearing kurta-pyjama is a strict no-no for both male and female students taking the NEET exam
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted on May 6, 2018 and it is mandatory for the students to carry printouts of the admit cards
Vasudev Devnani told the Lok Sabha that apart from being the only state to do so, it also stands first in reimbursing schools for seats reserved for weaker sections under the ambit of the RTE
We came up with 'uniform in college' rule because students demanded it: Rajasthan Higher Edu Min Kiran Maheshwari
The minister has also mentioned that it is completely up to the colleges to imbibe the rule or ignore it. In spite of this, protests have erupted across Rajasthan condemning the move
NEET controversies became the talking point for almost the entire of last year, now students have to gear up for the next one
OPINION: The 'like-my-daughter' reasoning is stale. Here's why safety and freedom go hand in hand for women in the BHU campus
AIPWA secretary Kavita Krishnan believes that the BHU example shows, the more protectionist the campus, the more willing it is to protect sexual harassers and silence complainants. Do you agree?
Archaic system in BHU ensures that only boys have all the fun, female residents imposed with biased rules
Petty discriminatory rules include no access to free wifi in hostel, dress code, no non-veg food on campus and no participating in protests, none of which is imposed on the male students
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