Mumbai University to start music college from Sep 28 on Lata Mangeshkar's birth anniversary
The one-year certificate courses in Hindustani classical music, Indian flute, tabla, sitar, harmonium/keyboard and sound engineering will be launched with an initial intake of 150 students. The decision was taken at a cabinet meeting presided over by Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Wednesday.
University of South Australia's industry-led Bachelor of Digital Business degree open to students in India
The core focus of the degree will be to provide relevant, industry-led experience to students. The program curriculum has been developed by the University in collaboration with Accenture to offer relevant, industry-led pedagogy and experience to students. The course blends contemporary business subjects such as Economics, Accounting, Law, and Marketing, with expertise in digital technologies, including AI, cybersecurity and Cloud platforms.
Teachers, experts report rising behavioural issues in school kids post pandemic in India
Stressing upon the need to introduce social emotional learning programmes and counselling sessions across schools in the, they said the situation is delicate and will need at least a year or so to bring affected kids back into the normal course of life. "Post-pandemic, there have been huge changes in children, in terms of how they view their teachers, their schools, their peers and so on. Their attention span has reduced and writing skills have taken a toll for sure.
Adarsh Agarwal of DPS Indirapuram scores 99.10% in CUET (UG)
A total 21,159 students secured 100 percentile score in CUET (UG) 2022. Among them, 8,236 students secured 100 percentile score in English while 875 students secured 100 percentile score in Hindi. In Biology, Biotecnology, 1,319 students secured 100 percentile score, in Business Studies 1,669 and in Sanskrit 1,166 students secured 100 percentile score. Among them, 12,799 are female and 8,360 are male students.
Students across universities in the region stand up for CU students
Raising their voice against the "insensitive" and "unprofessional" handling of the entire issue by CU authorities besides premature statements by the Punjab Police including several senior officials, the student unions at different universities on Monday demanded not just clarity but an explanation from CU authorities and Punjab Police on the handling of the recent MMS scandal that rocked CU.
NEET PG Counselling 2022: Choice filling to begin on Tuesday, check out details here
The registered candidates can fill their choices online at mcc.nic.in using login credentials like ID, password, and other details. The NEET PG 2022 choice locking will be done between 3 pm to 11:55 pm on Tuesday. Eligible candidates who would like to edit their choices can log in to their account, give consent for unlocking their choices and fill their choices again or edit/ modify them.
Principal's re-appointment invalid, DU tells St Stephen's, UGC
The varsity's Joint Registrar, in a letter to the St Stephen's governing board Chairman P.C. Singh, said that norms were violated, making the re-appointment of Varghese flawed and invalid, and the University is bound not to recognise Varghese as the Principal. A copy of the letter was also sent to the Secretary of the University Grants Commission (UGC).