In one of the biggest crackdown on ragging, 54 students of an IT university in Andhra Pradesh have been suspended. The decision to suspend the students was taken after a probe confirmed the mass ragging on August 24 at the Rajiv University of Knowledge Technologies at Nuzvid in Krishna district.
A rule in a Kerala school which has two sets of uniforms depending on the child’s academic skills has left parents fuming. A private school in Kerala’s Malappuram Introduced the uniform code according to which academically sharp students will wear white shirts and tops while the second category of average and under-performing students will wear red check shirts and tops. The rule came into effect from June.
Dina Nath Batra wants Urdu and Arabic words removed from school text books. Batra the head of Nyas has made recommendations to the NCERT. In the recommendations he has said that various things ought to be removed from the text books.
There will be a 10 per cent hike in the fee for MBBS courses in government and private medical colleges over the next three years. This was decided at a meeting between representatives of private medical colleges and Karnataka’s medical education minister Dr Sharanprakash Patil.
The St. Stephens College, located in the North Campus of Delhi University will today release the first cut off list for under-graduate courses today. The application process for admission to the UG courses had ended yesterday.
The Kakatiya University degree results 2017 is now available. The website had crashed and students were unable to view their results. The website is now back. Kakatiya University degree results 2017 have been declared at the official results website of the Warangal based university.
With the Supreme Court permitting the CBSE to declare the NEET 2017 results, the OMR challenge has been made available on the board’s website.
The AIIMS MBBS Entrance Results 2017 will be declared tomorrow. The results are expected to be declared on June 14 on the official website.
The Maharashtra SSC Class 10th Exam results 2017 have been declared. The pass percentage is at 88.74. The pass percentage among the boys and girls is at 86.51 and 91.46 respectively. While the official announcement has been made, then results would be declared by around 1 pm toda. The minimum marks needed to clear the Class 10 exams is 35 per cent of the total score which should include internal assessment and marks secured on viva and practicals. Once declared the results will be available at mahresult.nic.in, result.mkcl.org, mh-ssc.ac.in or msbshse.ac.in
The Maharashtra SSC Class 10th Exam results 2017 will be declared on June 13 at 1 pm. This brings a lot of relief to the students who have been waiting anxiously for the results. Prior to the date being announced there were several dates that did the rounds. There are several reasons behind the delay in the announcement of the results.