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In post-pandemic push, Madhya Pradesh to set up 10 new medical colleges

The state government will soon start ‘Mareej Mitra Yojana’ in the state, under which interested persons can work in hospitals as volunteers

Published on 11th February 2022
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Help artisans and weavers improve their income, says Union Minister Piyush Goyal to NIFT students

It was while reviewing consultancy and developmental projects that are being implemented by NIFT that the Minister for Textiles and Commerce and Industry spoke about NIFT and what else it could do

Published on 10th February 2022
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Soon, Madhya Pradesh to get ten new medical colleges: Medical Edu Minister Vishvas Sarang

The state government intends to launch Mareej Mitra Yojana, this will enable citizens who are inclined towards serving needy patients and helping them to work in hospitals

Published on 10th February 2022
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Students must follow dress code prescribed by schools, administration: Union Minister Pralhad Joshi

The hijab row began on February 4 at the Government Girls PU College in Udupi, Karnataka, when students wearing a hijab were denied entry into the campus

Published on 10th February 2022
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Gujarat: Clerk recruitment exam cancelled for third time since 2019

As per government data, nearly six lakh candidates had registered themselves for the recruitment of nearly 3,500 posts of clerks and office assistants

Published on 10th February 2022
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JNUSU attempt to meet new VC, submit charter of demands; denied entry by guards

The students claim that they have been told to visit only when they get a call from the VC's office. Students from the ABVP had met the VC to congratulate her yesterday

Published on 8th February 2022
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From Sanatani tigress to Twitter warrior, how Twitterati reacted to the appointment of Prof Santishree Pandit as JNU's new VC

Professor Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit was appointed as the new VC of JNU on February 8. She did her PhD in International Relations from JNU in 1990

 

Published on 8th February 2022
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Why are research papers on polymers and cancer proteins uploaded on VBU's Archaeology prof's Google Scholar profile?

An internal source said that the professor's official CV is uploaded on the Vidwan portal, which is the official portal for professors in VBU, reflects his work properly

Published on 8th February 2022
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What happened on February 8: Kapil Dev hit 432 test wickets and Taxi Driver hit screens

Kapil Paaji set a world record and a Scorsese classic was born. But which one? Also, Nasdaq took shape

Published on 8th February 2022
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One egg costs Rs 6. If Karnataka govt pays Rs 5 per egg for anganwadis, who pays the remaining amount?  

The workers at various anganwadis of the state have been repeatedly asking the government to correct this because a few of them claim that they pay the difference out of their own pockets

Published on 8th February 2022
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Even after five years, why is Odisha govt struggling to execute its higher secondary school separation plan?

Higher secondary schools (HSSs), erstwhile Plus II (junior) colleges, were to be separated from degree colleges and brought under the School and Mass Education department in Odisha 

Published on 8th February 2022
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Santishree Dhulipudi Pandit becomes the first woman to be appointed as JNU VC. Details inside

Only time will tell if the 'Pandit years' at JNU will see the same fate as that of Kumar, whose term was marred by controversies and criticism. Or, if it will bring forth progressive ideas and changes

Published on 7th February 2022
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Despite government order, the hijab-saffron shawl row continues in Udupi colleges 

The state education department had issued an order which mandated uniforms decided upon by the state government or the respective institutions

Published on 7th February 2022
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Self-defence for girl students gets attention from Karnataka govt. Here's what they are planning 

This comes at a time when female students in educational institutions of Karnataka are not being allowed to attend classes while wearing hijab 

Published on 7th February 2022
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This medical college in Kerala earned Rs 6.4 lakh in four years via the sale of cadavers

The demand for cadavers has skyrocketed as the Medical Council of India (MCI) has stipulated that one cadaver is mandatory for every 10 MBBS students

Published on 7th February 2022

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