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#ThrowbackToday: Williams vs Williams: When two sisters faced off in the Wimbledon finals

In today's #TBT, we ask, you surely know who tennis sportstars Serena and Venus Williams are and every time they faced each other on the court, it was all fireworks. This is one such instance

Published on 6th July 2021

Delhi HC refuses to interfere with DU's online open book exam for last year's intermediate law sem

The court refused to pass a direction to the university to conduct an assignment-based examination instead and clarified that it would not substitute the stand taken by the university

Published on 5th July 2021

Legal education needs to be digitised, but lacks trained teachers: Why an AI-powered moot court may be the future of law schools

The study pointed out the discrepancies of the current system and asked experts from various aspects of law to compile a list of suggestions that can be used as a handbook to start the digital journey

Published on 5th July 2021

Who are patrachar students? Why do they need to write CBSE Class 12 exams during the pandemic?

The Supreme Court had asked the board to conduct examinations for private, patrachar and repeater students and students who want to improve their grades, between August 15 and September 15

Published on 1st July 2021

Candidates can opt out of CA exams if they, family members suffer from COVID-19: SC

The top court also said that in case of last minute change of examination centres, it disapproves the suggestion of ICAI that if it's in the same city, the candidate will not be allowed to opt out

Published on 30th June 2021

Supreme Court directs Centre to frame guidelines to pay ex-gratia to kin of COVID-19 victims

The apex court also said in its judgement that the NDMA is statutorily mandated to provide the minimum amount of relief, including an ex-gratia amount to COVID victims' families

Published on 30th June 2021

CA exams: SC asks examiners and invigilators to take RT-PCR test before exam, asks ICAI for SOPs

A Supreme Court bench that heard a plea seeking postponement and an opt-out option has listed it for hearing on Wednesday

Published on 29th June 2021
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Calling TN CM Stalin's panel studying NEET's impact 'arbitrary', BJP files plea to uphold MBBS entrance in Madras HC

Following this, the court has now issued a notice to the government, asking it to file a counter in a week. The BJP has said that half the people in the panel are against the conduct of NEET

Published on 29th June 2021
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Days after confession, former Pakistani cleric denies sexually assaulting student

After recording his statement, the magistrate sent the accused on judicial remand for 14 days. The court also sought a report from the police on the challan of the case at the next hearing

Published on 29th June 2021

Plea in HC to direct CBSE affiliated schools to publish docs on criteria to calculate Class 10 marks 

The Court said the students should be able to access the document and raise grievances with the CBSE well in time along with the sagacious grievance redressal mechanism by the board for the students

Published on 28th June 2021

Petition in Delhi HC seeking schools to upload alternative assessment rationale documents on their website

The application is scheduled to be heard on Monday by the vacation bench of the Delhi High Court. The plea has been moved in an ongoing Public Interest Litigation (PIL)

Published on 27th June 2021

Andhra Pradesh informs Supreme Court about Class 12 Board exams cancellation, results by July 31

The apex court had on Thursday told Andhra Pradesh government that it was not convinced of the precautionary measures suggested by the state for holding Class 12 board exams amid the pandemic

Published on 25th June 2021

Don't waste time: Not going to direct uniform schemes for each state, says Supreme Court

The court was hearing a petition by a Mumbai-based lawyer Anubha Shrivastava Sahai, seeking postponement of all state board examinations and NIOS examination

Published on 24th June 2021

Kerala High Court instructs Lakshadweep administration to resume serving meat, chicken and fish in schools

The Kerala High Court also directed that dairy farms in the Union Territory must continue to function until further orders are given, in response to a petition filed by a Kavaratti Island resident

Published on 23rd June 2021

Centre tells Supreme Court that a uniform assessment policy for all Class 12 Boards Exams is not possible

The Centre also informed the top court that students will be given an option, that is, if they are not satisfied with the assessment, then they can opt for the exam

Published on 22nd June 2021

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