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    Frustrated CBSE Students ask in unison, When are the results out?

    The Central Board of Secondary Education's (CBSE) silence on when it will announce the class 12 results has made students anxious. It was speculated that results would be announced on Wednesday, but with the Delhi High Court withholding the Board from trashing its marks moderation policy, uncertainty looms large over the issue and along with it, a possibility of further delay...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Adios Taboos: High Schools in Kerala will soon have sanitary pad vending machines

    As the debate around taxation of sanitary napkins gathers steam across the country, Kerala has made a landmark decision to install sanitary napkin vending machines in higher secondary schools across the state. The government decision, announced by chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan last week, comes after a series of concerted campaigns by women's groups against...

    • yesterday
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    You got money? Any college, medical seat available: Tamil Nadu's medical seat touts offer pre-booking for seats at Rs 1 crore despite NEET, demonetisation

    One of the most reiterated arguments in defence of the NEET exam was that it would be a great leveller, that it would provide an equal platform to students across the country to get their seats "fairly". Besides NEET, many even pointed out that demonetisation would disable colleges...

    • yesterday
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    NEET talks: 9k medicos to benefit from reduced NEET cut off marks

    In a bid to increase the number of candidates qualifying for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)- PG, the National Board of Examination in consultation with Medical Council of India has decided to reduce the percentile cutoffs for this year's NEET by 7.5%. This move is likely to benefit 9,000 additional candidates. The qualifying marks for the common entrance...

    • yesterday
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    New Government Order gives priority to disabled teachers over others with regard to transfers

    In a move that could bring some cheer to the differently abled community, the Tamil Nadu State government has issued an order on Wednesday that will give teachers with disability priority over others when it comes to transfers. According to the GO, those with total blindness will be given the topmost priority if more than one teacher is seeking to be...

    • 2 days ago
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    NEET or not? Madras High Court stays NEET 2017 results until June 7

    The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court has stayed the announcement of the NEET results until June 7, since no order has been passed on the pending petition challenging the exam. The Court has issued an interim order directing CBSE to withhold the marks as no judgment has been passed on the petition that claims that the NEET exam was not conducted uniformly across the...

    • 2 days ago
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    Unhappy Telangana students demand a reconduct of TS ECET, stage protest

    Unhappy with their results, a group of students who appeared for the Telangana State Engineering Common Entrance Test (TS ECET), staged a protest at JNTU Hyderabad, demanding reexamination, here on Monday The students alleged that it was owing to a technical glitch at the centers that their results were not as per their expectations. "I answered all 200 questions but...

    • 2 days ago
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    200 online registrations in first 10 minutes of DU admissions

    The online registration for admission to undergraduate courses of Delhi University saw around 200 entries within 10 minutes after it was thrown open to the public today. "Between 6 pm and 6:10 pm, we saw around 200 online registrations. If the present momentum continues, we can expect around 10,000 applications on the first day," said an official associated with the...

    • 3 days ago
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    Telangana teenager creates rape- prevention footwear that electrocutes attacker, sends signal to police, family

    JThe Nirbaya incident shook the country and brought to the fore the prevalence of rampant violence against women. For some though, the impact lasted for longer like for 16-year old Siddharth Mandala who was only 12 when the incident occurred. The young Mandala, from Telangana, would accompany his mother on a number of rallies that took...

    • 3 days ago
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    A Nano- satellite developed by university students! Yes you read that right

    After having launched their first satellite successfully last year, PES University students are all set to develop another. RSAT, a nano size satellite is all set to be functional by the end of next year. A group of over 50 students mentored by experts in the field have begun working on developing the project for the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). ...

    • 4 days ago

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