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The printing and distribution of smart cards is being carried out by the Director of the Tamil Nadu Text Book and Educational Services Corporation
After medical intern critically injured by patient's kin, junior doctors on indefinite strike across West Bengal
More than 50 doctors shut the gates of the medical institution and began a sit-in on Monday night, demanding 'protection'
The key resource persons are a select group of teachers, who will further train all subject teachers in their respective districts
The department, under the proficient policy and initiatives of the state government, is taking up diligent steps for effective implementation of IT developments
Knight Frank has estimated that the current demand for PBSA bed spaces across the country totals more than 8 million
Rajeshwar Shastri Musalganokar also said that the HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyak was right by saying that astrology is above all sciences
After shaping bats for Sachin, Lara, Kohli and MSD, this Bengaluru bat balancer only charges Rs 800. This is his story
This man modifies bats for the star batsmen in the Indian cricket team. Now he's a trusted bat doctor in different parts of India and has worked with the biggest cricket stars in the world
There is always pressure to be funny all the time: Shivasish Sarangi on highs and lows of being a stand-up comedian
Shivasish simply started with invoking childhood memories and the audience connected with it immediately
This measure is being taken in an effort to tackle the marks card menace in the education department
AUD asks underprivileged student to repay 'excess' welfare money of Rs 4800 or risk getting degree blocked
The Student Services centre claimed they had given her 'extra money' through a technical glitch in their system because of which they were asking her to return it.
In Madurai district, the examination was held in 17 centres. A total of 7,292 aspirants had registered for the exam this year
These schools in Coimbatore are all set to begin their new academic year with new features and services for betterment of students
Satnam Singh Bains and Jaswant Kaur, human rights activists and members of the Punjab Documentation and Advocacy Project about their findings on the mass illegal executions that happened in Punjab
After Surat coaching centre blaze, DUSU tells Delhi Police to shut down coaching centres violating fire safety norms
Delhi government had already written to the Fire Services asking it to inspect every coaching centre in the national capital and shut down rooftop cafes and restaurants with kitchens in the basement
These luxury student pads will completely redefine your idea of a college hostel. Can you afford them?
With 24x7 cafes, chilling zones and concierge laundry and cleaning services, this sort of student stay experience is something that a lot of people who can afford it will want to sign up for
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