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First list for entrance-based courses on July 12: Delhi University

The university has said they will give three days before the notification of admission list for students who have applied for re-evaluation.

Nagaland govt to give laptop to school/college toppers

Such awards would also be given to students who secured first top 10 positions in college exams.

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5 lectures on engineering held

It was delivered by R K Bagchi, director, National Institute of Secondary Steel Technology, Mandi Gobindgarh, who spoke about steel making beginning right from the mines and ending in billets. He mentioned that steel is the backbone of any country and also shared the details of recycling scrap.

Gujarat state board exam papers to give more weightage to subjective

The Class X exam pattern of all subjects was changed to 50:50 objective and subjective in 2011

Helping hand to 40 meritorious girls

The initiative is aimed at removing financial barriers for the meritorious girls, enabling them to realise a bright future. Various initiatives for personality, holistic development and career guidance are also included in this programme.

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First-come, first-served policy for online admissions to FYJC

At least 1,059 students have not got a single allotment in any college despite five rounds of admissions, including a special round which is currently ongoing.

Lok Sabha passes bill for setting up petroleum institute in Andhra Pradesh

The IIPE is being set up at Visakhapatnam at a cost of Rs 650 crore as part of a package promised by the Centre to Andhra Pradesh after Telangana was carved out of it.

Postgraduate students to be included in Kanyashree Prakalpa scheme: CM Mamata Banerjee

While lauding the scheme, CM Mamata Banerjee announced that some NRIs from the US have expressed their desire to sponsor research aspirations of 10 meritorious girl students from the state.

Maharashtra govt to crack down on college, tutorial nexus, says Vinod Tawde

Vinod Tawde said, “We will put an end to such practice of integrated colleges from year 2018. The students and their parents should take note of this. In every college, we are going to make attendance compulsory through biometric means.”

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