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DMK leader Stalin asks NaMo to rethink 'creamy layer' revision, stop All India Quota in medical education
Stalin, in his letter, reiterated a point that various OBC groups and activists have raised - that reservation is based on social and educational backwardness, not economic backwardness
On June 8, the bench had noted that it will hear the matter within two weeks, and also look at the status of the probe conducted so far
Unacademy strengthens its medical education portfolio with their acquisition of Chandigarh-based EdTech platform PrepLadder
ABVP said that any measure adopted as a "quick-fix solution" in the field of education without "ample" foresight could have "adverse" long term impact
The decision taken earlier was an attempt to ease the burden on the students and also enable them to find time to prepare for competitive entrance examinations like the NEET and IIT-JEE
Deakin and Chitkara University announces academic mentorship in Software Engineering for Indian students
The announcement has come at a time when travel is suspended and students are uncertain of their dream for an overseas higher education opportunity
The decision was made after a report from the NTA expert committee was submitted to the HRD Ministry
The NEET, JEE's fate will be announced soon, said Pokhriyal. He also added that the NTA apps have taken the coaching classes to the students and helped them in the meanwhile
In a revised calendar, released after the 62nd Council meeting, the AICTE said that the classes for the existing students will start from August 16
Will do my best to solve students' problems: Pokhriyal says NTA will take a call on NEET, JEE postponement on July 3
Students, parents and administrators have asked the HRD Ministry to postpone the exams in view of the COVID crisis and lockdown
Amid the rising Coronavirus cases in the country, NEET/JEE aspirants are worried as to what the future holds for them
After adjusting for age, gender, and risk factors, the scientists found that COVID-19 infection had a significant independent association with acute ischemic stroke
How red tape, apathy and law loopholes have deprived thousands of OBC candidates constitutionally mandated reservation in medical colleges
Several MPs, students, activists, welfare groups, faculty members have come out to demand the proper implementation of the OBC quota. But how was it overlooked for so long?
for so long?
CBSE gets Supreme Court's nod to cancel board exams, students can write optional exam to improve scores
The CBSE Exam Controller Sanyam Bhadrwaj said that the Class XII students will have an option to attempt the exams to improve their scores.
Over the years, activists, politicians, educationists alike have continued to consistently express their disapproval of the exam and criticised it of being exclusionary and discriminatory
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