From the current academic session, JEE-Mains is being conducted four times a year to offer flexibility to students and a chance to improve their scores.
The admission for the M.Tech. courses will be through the centralised counseling for M.Tech. (CCMT-2021), based on the GATE score of years 2019, 2020, and 2021.
The last date to pay registration fees is July 7. Based on the online registration, BSEB will issue dummy registration cards on July 7.
For class 10 (Madhyamik), 50 per cent of class 9 marks will be added with 50 per cent of Class 10 internal assessment marks.
A portal will be made available for updating of information about class 10 roll no, board and year with a view to ensure correct data on June 21.
In another important decision, the university administration also decided to provide fee concessions to the tune of 25 per cent to some of the deserving students out of the funds given by the sponsoring body, Hamdard National Foundation.
WBCHSE Class 12 students will be evaluated based on performance in Class 10, 11 and 12. 40 per cent weightage will be given to marks in the best 4 subjects in Class 10 and 60 per cent marks will be evaluated based on Class 11 theory, Class 12 theory and practicals.
Bihar Board result: The board has promoted the intermediate and matric students who failed in one or two subjects in the board exams with grace marks. Such students can check their results at biharboardonline.com.
The AHSEC and SEBA committees would decide the modalities for record-based evaluation within a week. The results would be declared within July 31.
The students will be evaluated based on their marks in Class 10. The result is likely to be released in the second week of August.
LSAC announces the result for second administration LSAT-India, 2021 today. A total of 21 students topped both the administration of the exam.
The Ashank Desai Centre for Leadership and Organisational Development will also offer training, research, and consulting services to leaders at various levels in Indian and multinational organisations.
Delhi University's acting vice-chancellor (VC), PC Joshi on Thursday said that DU intends to start the admission registration process by mid-July.
The top court noted that the National Medical Council (NMC) has already issued an advisory in April asking the universities in the country to take the COVID situation into consideration while announcing the dates for the final year examination. "
Sharma had received the national-level best counsellor award and also the state's best teacher award in 2009.
Students can check their results online through the MBSE official website at mbse.edu.in or through SMS on their mobile phones.
As per the evaluation policy framed by the committee of 11 educationists formed for framing the criteria, the GSHSEB will take into account the results of Class 10, 11 and 12 in the ratio of 50:25:25 respectively.
According to the schedule submitted by the Board in the SC, schools will have to finalise the results and upload marks on the Board’s link by July 15, after which CBSE will declare the results on July 31.
Asked about the Supreme Court notice, the minister said he was not aware of it. He, however, said the government would spell out its stand after the notice was received.
Online open-book examinations, assignment-based assessments and promotion based on performance in previous semesters, Law colleges and universities are adopting all the possible measures for evaluating students.
The INMS will coordinate complex engagements with ‘memory’ from different institutes including cultural studies centres as well as neuroscience laboratories and industry research on AI and related fields.
Academicians believe that the proposed methodology may seriously disadvantage students showing progress over a period of time as students' mindset and performance are different in all the classes.
UK universities are preparing for the new semester in September 2021, with a range of measures expected to be in place for overseas students.
As per the finalised marking scheme, students will be assessed based on their marks in Class 10, 11 and 12.
The course will be launched by Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, on the occasion of the International Yoga Day on June 21, 2021.