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DUTA to close prolonged protest against UGC norms.

As soon as Delhi University released its fourth cut-off list, teachers have now finally called-off their prolonged protest against the UGC norms.

SSC CGL Exam 2016: Over 8 lakh candidates apply.

Over 8 lakh candidates have applied for the first ever online SSC CGL exams that will be conducted online between August 27 to September 11.

Over 55 per cent MP teachers miss school but take regular salaries.

According to a national daily report, in almost all the government schools of Madhya Pradesh, a large number of teachers are missing from school but at the same time, drawing salaries on regular basis.

NEET must be conducted in regional languages as well: Gujarat government.

Inter state council meeting made some significant discussions on NEET, Adhaar, Economic Policy.

'Don't mess around with youth and education': Kejriwal asks centre to repeal No-Detention Policy.

If this system continues then the future may be in peril, unemployment will be widespread," warned the Delhi CM calling for a revocation of the "no-detention policy" under which every student is promoted till class 9.

CBSE's new 'bell ringing system': NEET candidates to be alerted 9 times during the exam.

So as to make it convenient for NEET candidates to keep a track of time, the CBSE has for the first time introduced a 'bell ringing system' to alert the candidates during the examination. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on July 24 and all the students who are appearing for the same should gear up now!

IBPS releases official notification for PO 2016: Check important dates here.

The Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) has published a notification for the Probationary Officers/Management Trainee (MT) 2016.

FYJC admissions: Education department to conduct special admissions for students.

The fourth round of admission will be held from July 18 to July 20, after which a special round of counseling will be conducted for students who failed to apply online.

IITians should focus on innovation, says Prakash Javadekar.

Prakash Javadekar on Friday asked IIT students to focus on innovation so that the country can reach higher levels of prosperity.

DU Admission: University will announce final cut-off on July 20.

Delhi University will declare the fifth and final cut-off list on July 20 for admissions into the commencing academic session 2016-17.

Modi govt to chop down powers of MCI, ICAI, others.

In a complete revamp of the top ranking professional institutes of India, Narendra Modi government has planned to set up separate regulators for ICAI, MCI and other professional services.

Jai Hind college, Mumbai charges Rs 1,000 as wifi fees: Notice issued.

A notice has been issued to Jai Hind college, Mumbai by the joint director of Mumbai region office for charging Rs 1,000 to provide wifi services. The students' organisation had complained about it earlier as well.

Karnataka SSLC: Only 26 per cent clear the supplementary examination

Only 45,657 students (26.07 per cent) cleared the supplementary examination, the result of which was declared on July 14.

G20 labour ministers agree to give priority in creating jobs: Government.

"All the countries have acknowledged that priority should be given to create more and better jobs, increase labour force participation, reduce underemployment and facilitate the transition from informal to formal economy", says Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya.

2 new KVs to come up in UP: HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar gives green signal.

Union HRD minister Prakash Javadekar is all set to revamp the Kendriya Vidyalayas in Uttar Pradesh.

HRD ministry to introduce separate bill for IIITs.

Each IIITs should strive to become centre of excellence in the next 3 to 5 years, said the HRD minister.

Depriving MHRD of the power, centre appoints chairperson for CBSE.

Centre has appointed Rajesh Kumar Chaturvedi as the new CBSE chairperson.

IIMC to soon get deemed university status.

Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) has received the consent from Information and Broadcasting Ministry to apply for deemed university status.

DU admission: Non-collegiate board announces first cut-off.

Colleges under NCWEB have announced the first cut off, mostly varying between 78 per cent to 88 per cent.

Topper fails in board exam: Kota school under scanner for careless assessment of students.

State board affiliated Kota school has authorities questioned for results.

SC declines NEET ordinance: States to be allowed to conduct separate MBBS tests.

Deemed universities demand for a separate exam for admission in medical courses.

DU fourth cut off: LSR, Kirori Mal announce cut offs above 95 percent.

The cut-offs have shrunk marginally, in the range of 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent.

Punjab poor results row: Education minister conducts brainstorming session with teachers.

The minister took the class of 500 teachers of six subjects in which students could not perform well.

Case registered against Gurukul Kangdi varsity's VC over possessing fake degrees.

The Haridwar police has lodged a case against Haridwar's Gurukul Kangdi Vishwavidyalaya's Vice Chancellor Surendra Kumar, for possessing fake educational qualifications. Earlier also, the university has been into controversy for its land being sold to private parties.

Government colleges in MP must hoist Indian flag: Higher Education Minister.

Madhya Pradesh higher education minister asks all government colleges to hoist Indian flag in the wake of recent acts of anti-nationalist issues from reputed colleges

SRM team shines in University Rover Challenge, USA: Ranked 9th in the world, 1st in Asia.

A team of 26 students from different disciplines of SRM University have participated in University Rover Challenge organised by Mars Society and overall secured ninth rank in the world.

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