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Fee hike: How much more will it cost to study BE, MBA in a private institute in Telangana from 2022?

The Telangana State Admission and Fee Regulatory Committee (TSAFRC) has asked private unaided professional institutions to submit their audited financial statements

 

Published on 7th January 2022
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At the moment, Kerala not considering closing educational institutions: Edu Minister V Sivankutty

On January 5, 2022, the costal state of Kerala reported 230 Omicron cases and the daily case number climbed to 4,801

Published on 6th January 2022
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Protesting students splash KSLU VC with black ink; detained by police

The Navanagar police, who were at the spot, sprang into action to protect the VC and went on to detain 12 students, including five girls as well

Published on 6th January 2022
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Students turned away from AP govt school, parents alleged caste discrimination

The students who were turned away from the newly-upgraded Mandal Parishad Primary School at Brahmapuri hailed from SC, BC and OBC families

Published on 6th January 2022
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Racket setting up decoys to solve JEE, GMAT busted; was working in tandem with Russian hackers

The technical analysis of the telecom and financial data led to the identification of the syndicate members, which were found to be based in Mumbai

Published on 6th January 2022
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UN World Food Programme teams up with Akshaya Patra Foundation to boost Mid-Day Meals in India

This long-term partnership aims to bridge operational and execution gaps in food safety and hygiene projects, capacities of the cooks-cum-helpers

Published on 5th January 2022
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Registration for MoE's Vidyanjali Higher Education Volunteer Programme begins. Here's what you need to know  

Also, AICTE will be launching Strength Learning Assessment (SLA) on January 7 for understanding and filling in the learning gaps 

 

Published on 5th January 2022
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Libraries in Central Universities close doors as cases rise, research scholars demand 50% seating instead

AISA-affiliated JU students are expecting hostels and libraries to stay open regardless of lockdown, call for frequent sanitisation of premises 

Published on 5th January 2022
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Colleges in Tamil Nadu closed from January 5-20 as COVID cases continue to rise 

The total COVID infections since 2020 is 27,55,587, the health department said. Nine deaths were reported taking the toll to 36,805, a department bulletin said

Published on 5th January 2022
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What The FAQ: Is the new IHU COVID-19 variant a point of concern yet?

The new strain was discovered in France in mid-November and seems to be spreading not as fast as the Omicron variant

Published on 5th January 2022
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NEET MDS application is now open. Here's everything you need to know

The edit window will be open till January 28 to 31, 2022, and for correcting details the window will be open from February 12 to 15, 2022

Published on 5th January 2022
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Kerala HC refuses bail to husband of law student Mofia Parveen, who died by suicide

At the same time, the same court granted bail to his parents saying that the allegations against them were vague and "confined to demand of dowry"

Published on 5th January 2022
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SC agrees to hear NEET PG EWS reservation matter on January 5. Counselling date soon?

The Solicitor General, who request for an urgent hearing, cited the doctors' protests for NEET PG counselling, and said their concerns were 'genuine'

Published on 4th January 2022
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Bulli Bai controversy: Bengaluru Engineering student detained for auctioning Muslim women

On new year's eve, hundreds of Muslim women, including journalists and activists were put up on auction on an app called 'Bulli Bai'

Published on 4th January 2022
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Two-day academic conference in Ahmedabad to discuss implementation of NEP

Gujarat Education Minister Jitu Vaghani said that around 120 panel speakers, including 40 from abroad, will share their experiences across 21 different sessions

Published on 4th January 2022

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