Aditya Birla Education Academy ties up with Johns Hopkins CTY to bring online programmes for advanced learners
Both ABEA and CTY aim to identify and support the needs of bright young learners in India through these online programmes at reduced rates up to August 2021. Through this cooperation with CTY, Aditya Birla Education Academy is providing a 5% scholarship on tuition fees and reduction in the application fees up to August 2021.
Parents will have to pay 100% school fee during pandemic period, says Supreme Court
The Supreme Court gave this interim order on Monday while holding a joint hearing on the SLP filed by the Vidya Bhavan Society, the Managing Committee of Sawai Mansingh Vidyalaya, Gandhi Seva Sadan and the Society of Catholic Education Institutions which challenged the Fee-Regulation Act 2016.
Supreme Court lowers NEET 2020 cut off for BDS courses by 10 percentile
The top court directed that candidates belonging to the general category who have secured 40 percentile shall be eligible to be considered for admission in the first year BDS course for the year 2020-2021. "Likewise, students belonging to the SC/ST/OBC categories shall be qualified if they have secured 30 percentile", added the bench.
Nursery school admissions in Delhi to be conducted online
However, in government schools the admission process would be conducted both via online and offline modes. Apart from nursery admission, admissions for other classes in government and private schools would also be started soon. A meeting has also been held between Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and the principals and management committees of various private schools.
Ad-hoc teachers form backbone of teaching in Delhi University departments, colleges
In many colleges, ad-hoc teachers account for around 70 per cent of the faculty. As per DU data for 57 colleges, over 3,500 ad-hoc teachers are working there. The issue of ad-hoc teachers was raised in the Rajya Sabha, wherein college- and year-wise details were sought from the Ministry of Education.
Banaras Hindu University to reopen from February 22 in hybrid mode
BHU spokesperson Rajesh Singh said the Vice Chancellor held a meeting with the directors of the institutes, deans, Registrar, Dean of student welfare, Chief Proctor and other officials and it was decided that the hostels will open for the last year students from February 17.
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No migration from unrecognised to recognised medical college: SC
The bench said that a college in which the petitioner, MBBS student Anchal Parihar, is studying is yet to be recognised under the said Section and hence her migration cannot be permitted contrary to regulations. The Rajasthan High Court had allowed Parihar's plea for migration from Ananta Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre at Rajsamand to Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur.