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DU to launch 'Panchang' on April 28 to disseminate ancient Indian knowledge
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The Panchang will be released by DU Vice Chancellor Yogesh Singh in the presence of several personalities from the fields of literature and culture, including the varsity's department heads, teachers, students, and researchers, among others. The chief guest at the programme will be Ramlal, the all-India Sampark Pramukh of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
NEET UG 2023: Know all about the qualifying and tie-breaking criteria
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NEET is organized for admission to undergraduate medical education in all medical institutions. NEET scores will also be used for aspirants of the Military Nursing Scheme (MNS) seeking admission to the BSc Nursing course, which is conducted at Armed Forces Medical Service Hospitals.
Indian-American to lead Stony Brook's College of Business in New York
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Gurnani currently serves as area chair of Business Analytics, Operations Management, Marketing and Economics areas in the School of Business at Wake Forest University. He is Thomas H. Davis Chair in the school, program director of the Mathematical Business Program, and serves on the university's committee on Network for Inclusive Leadership and Engagement.
COMEDK UGET 2023: Last date for registration extended to April 27| Here’re more details
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Eligible candidates can now register online for COMEDK UGET 2023 until 11 am on April 27. The examination will be held on May 28 for seats in different engineering institutes, and it will also have online counselling. The admit card will be released on May 18.
Australian university denies ban on applications from Indian students
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It was reported that UOW was one of the five universities that had placed ban or restriction on students from some Indian states in response to a surge in fraudulent applications seeking to work, and not study, in the country. The UOW said in a statement that it "does not have any restrictions on student applications from India other.
IIT Council unanimously decides to adopt National Credit Framework
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The NCrF is a comprehensive credit framework encompassing elementary, school, higher, and vocational education and training, integrating creditisation of learning in various dimensions, that is academics, vocational skills and experiential learning including relevant experience and professional levels acquired.
UGC asks universities to allow students to write exams in regional languages even if course is in English medium
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The letter states, "Once teaching, learning, and assessment are conducted in local languages, student engagement will eventually increase, leading to a higher success rate. This will significantly strengthen efforts to achieve the target of enhancing the Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in higher education from 27% to 50% by the year 2035."
US students to land first robotic rover on Moon, before NASA
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The Iris rover has been developed by the students of Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania. It will be carried to the Moon as part of NASA's Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) programme, Space.com reported. The mission, likely to be launched this spring, represents America's first robotic Moon rover, as well as the first rover developed by university students.
EWS quota not applicable in admissions: Jamia Millia to Delhi HC
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A division bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Yashwant Varma was hearing a plea by a law student, who has sought 10 per cent reservation for students belonging to the EWS category at the time of admission from academic year 2023-24 in the Jamia Millia Islamia. The bench had granted two weeks' time to the university to file its reply to the petition filed as Public Interest Litigation (PIL).
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