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Karnataka gov't asked to file affidavit assuring exam questions will be from syllabus for Class V, VIII
The court was hearing the appeal filed by the state government against quashing the circular for board assessment, by a single judge
Uttarakhand gov't to relax rules for availability of unclaimed human bodies for medical students?
Body donation, physical donation, or body discovery is the donation of the whole body after death for research and education purposes
Hok Union: JU assures students of meeting with state gov't to discuss fresh union election demand
Earlier this month, the Hok Union movement reemerged on the JU campus in response to the absence of union elections in the last few years
Jadavpur University: Hok Union reemerges as demand for JU Students' Union election rises
The JU student union are to meet at Aurobindo Bhavan today at 2 pm, demanding the student union elections that have been on halt since the pandemic
NEET PG 2023 will be held on March 5: Health Minister Mandaviya
A section of NEET PG aspirants have been demanding postponement of the entrance test, citing delay in completion of their internship
BBC documentary screening: Jadavpur University screens the movie peacefully
More than 200 students attended the screening and was conducted without any resistance or disturbance, said a SFI member
DAV Unit VIII: Teachers awarded, annual magazine released at valedictory ceremony
The achievers in different fields and the teachers were accoladed for their accomplishments and academic excellence
Union Health Minister stresses the need for AIIMS to transform into institutes of global eminence
Mansukh Mandaviya said this while addressing the sixth Central Institute Body meeting at the new AIIMS Bhubaneswar
Jadavpur University prof accused of sexual harassment temporarily debarred from academic activities
The accused professor will have to go through counselling and provide a completion certificate to get back on campus
Health Minister Mandaviya interacts with 150 private medical colleges; discusses 'India Model'
In a first-of-its-kind meeting, the minister spoke with representatives of 150 private medical colleges for three hours, taking suggestions, feedback and queries
Medical colleges in Rajasthan are grappling with cadaver shortage
Most state-run medical colleges in Rajasthan and across India rely on donations for cadavers
"We are going to read what we read, no matter what," says poet Rebecca Vedavathy
Commenting on the police's absurd line of questioning with regards to the arrests made in connection with the Bhima-Koregaon case, the poet says they will continue reading what they read
How the pandemic turned this nine-year-old from Hyderabad into a published poet
Nitya Baldava loves reading, so poetry seemed like a natural transition. The Hyderabadi took to it like fish to water and continues to churn out poetry that is well beyond her age. Check it out...
Jadavpur University profs urge Education Minister to vaccinate and reopen campus to avoid "academic and financial loss"
While some of the equipment lay unused, some of the electronic equipment has to be kept running 24x7 and incur a huge running cost
Jadavpur University: Architecture prof accused of sexual harassment be barred from guiding female students, ICC recommends
ICC released its report on sexual harassment on December 21; three and a half months after the students of the Architecture department complained unanimously
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