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Goodbye, 2022: Hijab row, CUET, woes of Indian students from Ukraine/China — how did education field fare?
As we move out of the third COVID year, here is a look at some of the defining events and news that shaped the educational world
It was alleged in a plea that reservation guidelines, as per the Constitutional norms, were being violated
Members of the ABVP raised objections against the presence of an alleged 'Hinduphobic' book in the library of a law college in MP. An FIR was filed against the principal, and a probe is on
The Supreme Court has earlier listed the fire safety precautions that must be taken in schools as well as the rules for building requirements
Provide scribes to disabled students for CLAT exam, Supreme Court tells Consortium of National Law Universities
The top court heard a petition challenging the CNLU's guidelines for availing scribes for disabled candidates, which called the rules 'excessive and arbitrary'
The plea states that the amended Regulations of Graduate Medical Examination (2019) sets different yardsticks for students from different batches, and was implemented without proper consultation
UPSC CSE extra attempt demand: Aspirants plan protest on December 19; contemplate filing fresh plea in SC
The aspirants claim that there were discrepancies in the conduct of the UPSC CSE exams. The Centre has said that granting an extra attempt, or relaxations on age criteria is 'not feasible'
The NMC has prohibited MBBS aspirants with ASD and SLD from pursuing a medical degree on the grounds that there is currently no scale available to o scale available to evaluate their mental illnes
The top court had earlier taken a "serious view" of the AIIMS decision to cancel the remaining rounds of counselling of INI-CET exam 2022
The petitioner contends that the eligibility conditions set out by the Consortium are "excessive and arbitrary"
In its judgement, the court has requested the centre to consider the students' situation on the grounds that it was a "human problem"
Some states like Tamil Nadu and Kerala had not even allowed the final-year Ukraine-returned students to complete their internships, while all other states had done so
It has been revealed that the admission intake in PhD programmes in IITs is unfairly skewed against students from SC, ST and OBC
The top court had on October 15 suspended the Bombay High Court order acquitting Saibaba and others in the Maoist links case
The presiding Justices had earlier consulted among themselves and stated that the internship matter would be heard separately
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