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Amidst dissent and protests, DU Academic Council approves contested FYUP

The dissenting members pointed out irregularities in the formulation of the syllabi under the programme and said the process was undemocratic

Published on 3rd August 2022
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Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) fellowship to be discontinued and merged with INSPIRE scheme 

The national-level fellowship KVPY is a programme under the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India

Published on 19th July 2022
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West Bengal extends summer vacations for schools amidst “extreme heat wave conditions”

This notice just comes a day after it was reported that three elderly pilgrims passed away due to heat 

Published on 13th June 2022
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PG students of Jamia continue to boycott offline exams, demand online exams amidst police deployment 

On Thursday, as per an official, about 150 students from three MBA courses — MBA (full time), MBA (International Business) and MBA (Entrepreneurship & Family Business) — did not sit for the exams

Published on 19th May 2022
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Amidst row over Sikh student being asked to remove turban at this Bengaluru PU college, principal clears the air

The college got in touch with the girl's father who got back to them via email with an explanation about the sacredness of the turban as the girl is an Amritdhari (baptised) Sikh

Published on 26th February 2022
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242 Indian students evacuated safely to Delhi amidst Ukraine-Russia tensions

According to the Indian embassy in Ukraine, additional flights from Kyiv to Delhi will operate on February 25, 27 (two flights) and March 6

Published on 23rd February 2022
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This professor from Kolkata's Indian Statistical Institute won the Ramanujan Prize for Young Mathematicians

The award is given to mathematicians who are under 45 years of age, who hail from a developing country and have conducted outstanding research

Published on 23rd February 2022
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Indian students in tight spot amidst escalating Ukraine-Russia tensions

Air India is currently operating three special flights from Ukraine to India. The price of the tickets is, however, on the higher side at Rs 60,000

Published on 22nd February 2022
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JNUEE out, CUCET in: JNU Academic Council adopts NEP's common entrance test amidst protest

The CUCET, which is to be conducted by the NTA, will be the only way to gain admission into courses offered by the JNU, with the varsity bidding farewell to the JNUEE

Published on 12th January 2022
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KSLU announces no change in exam schedule, amidst student protests 

They have filed cases in the high court regarding the conduct of examinations and a hearing is scheduled on December 13.  

Published on 11th December 2021
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Air quality panel shuts Delhi's educational institutions amidst severe pollution. Will they reopen only in 2022

Even as educational institutions have been barred from conducting in-person classes, the panel has made an exception by allowing on-campus exams and lab practicals

Published on 3rd December 2021
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Delhi schools back in lockdown after Supreme Court slams gov't for reopening amidst severe air pollution

After the pandemic-induced lockdown, schools briefly reopened and then shut on November 13 due to Delhi's air quality. Schools were then reopened on November 29 and are now back in lockdown

Published on 2nd December 2021
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Supreme Court slams Delhi govt for reopening schools amidst severe pollution, while allowing WFH for adults 

While hearing a plea by a 17-year-old Delhi student, Chief Justice of India NV Ramana said that the court will appoint an authority to oversee the government's air pollution controlling measures

Published on 2nd December 2021
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Surging deaths, malnutrition amongst Afghan children amidst medical supply shortages owing to international sanctions

ITV News reported that medics in Afghanistan's largest children's hospital, Indira Gandhi, in the capital Kabul are also facing severe hardship. They haven't been paid for three months

Published on 27th November 2021
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KVPY exam will be held only in Hindi and English this year, to be conducted in 13 vernacular tongues from next year

The examination will be held in 13 vernacular languages, only from next year. This was ruled by  the Madras High Court on Tuesday

Published on 9th November 2021

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