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Nearly 42% of JNU students have family income less than Rs 12,000 a month. Can they afford the hike?

Data shows that 58 per cent of the students have shown a family income of more than Rs 12,000 per month. The other 42 per cent of them come from houses that earn Rs 12,000 or even less

Published on 19th November 2019
NEET 2019

NEET fraud: CBI receives three complaints of malpractice, including impersonation 

There were also allegations that there was no transparency in admission, especially under the NRI quota, and private medical colleges had not followed guidelines as laid down by Supreme Court

Published on 8th November 2019
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Remain ever-vigilant of looming adversity: SOA VC Prof Amit Banerjee ahead of Convocation

For this year’s convocation, they have invited the Governor of Odisha, Prof Ganeshi Lal. They also wish to invite important leaders

Published on 7th November 2019
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Do not want degree from Nishank: IIT BHU students protest fee hike day before convocation

The students said that reason that the ministry presented for the increase of fees — drop out — is a very childish one and as a manner of protest, a section of them will not be receiving their degrees

Published on 7th November 2019
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NEET controversy: Two crucial questions the Madras High Court asked the Central government 

The HC has directed the government to take steps to ensure proper counselling is given to students and to also make sure the admission procedure is fair

Published on 5th November 2019
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OP Jindal founder suggests ten ways Indian institutions can break into global rankings

The first suggestion that Kumar makes is for not-for-profit and philanthropic University to be set up. He also believes campus should become more inclusive.

 

Published on 5th November 2019
JNU Opinion

Stop meddling with our campus: Furious JNU student writes about ongoing protest

Right from attempting to increase the admission fees, to making entrances entirely online and now to fee-hike, it becomes clear the motive is to turn public spaces into exclusive access zone

Published on 5th November 2019
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Did the Central University of Rajasthan postpone convocation fearing a students' protest?

After the university had notified the students on October 22 of the previously proposed date of the convocation, some current students and recent graduates posted on their demands social media

Published on 4th November 2019
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Opinion: Should we increase exam trauma of students?

We talk about the move in Karnataka to introduce public exams for 7th-grade students so that some of them can be prevented from going to the next higher class automatically

Published on 2nd November 2019
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NEET Impersonation Scam: Unconditional bail granted to fourth student in a row, mother denied relief

Earlier this month the state government had ordered getting fingerprints of first-year students of government and private colleges as the imprint would help detect with accuracy any fraud

Published on 1st November 2019
NEET Exam

NEET Impersonation Scam: Madras HC grants bail to two more students but denies relief to parent

Candidates allegedly engaged proxies to write the exam for them with the same credentials in several other centres to get admission to medical colleges

Published on 31st October 2019
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Want to know how good your English is? This online test can give you accurate results in no time

Freya Thomas from PTE Academic tells us why this online language testing system has an edge over the competition!

Published on 30th October 2019
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With 77% from lower castes, NIRDPR study exposes the oppressive lives of migrant labourers in TN, UP

The National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (NIRDPR) recently conducted a study on interstate migrant workers in Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh   

 

Published on 30th October 2019
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Tripura govt sponsors extra classes of maths and science in Class IX to promote basic sciences

The Education minister Ratan Lal Nath said that only 11 per cent Madhyamik pass out students of Tripura opted science stream in higher secondary in past three years

Published on 29th October 2019
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Why Stephen's College lecturer Alan Stanley's friends are fighting for justice even after his death

In their statement, friends and colleagues of Stanley blame a leading Malayalam daily's report implying they had a part to play in his stepfather's death as the reason behind his death

Published on 28th October 2019

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