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IGNOU Admission 2017 – Last date to apply is July 31

IGNOU Admission 2017 Last Date to apply is July 31. The registration process is coming to a close. Here is some important info for IGNOU applicants.

DU – First Cut off List announced, admissions start 25th June

DU – First Cut off List announced. You can reach out for the first cut of list of DU colleges now. And get on with admissions.

DU Admissions 2017: BA Courses more popular than B.Sc or Commerce

DU Admissions 2017: BA Courses more popular than B.Sc or Commerce. BA courses steal the show at DU admissions 2017. Majority of the applications for BA .

Haryana University Admissions through Centralized Entrance Test

Haryana University Admissions through Centrlized Entrance Test. Govt of Haryana has decided to centralize the entrance exams to all the professional courses.

UGC to recognise Online Degrees soon

UGC to recognize online degree courses! Good news. Students, working professionals, and homemakers can all possibly obtain a degree online and, it will be recognised by higher education regulator

SSC CGL 2017 last date extended

Due the complaints from the candidates over non-functioning of the website, the SSC CGL 2017 last date has been extended from June 16 to June 19. The official notification of SSC CGL 2017 notification was released in May

DU Admission 2017 – Applications for Entrance based UG courses begin

DU Admission 2017- Applications for Entrance based UG courses Applications begin today. Read on for the names of various entrance based courses and mode of application.

DU PG Admissions: Re-announced Registration Date to June 12

DU: Re-announced Registration Date to June 12. Read more to know the rescheduling of the online registration of PG courses in DU.

DU Admissions 2017 – yet another delay in PG Entrance Exams

PG courses face the Controversy – DU admissions. Read more on the Delhi University admissions, Post graduate courses delayed on entrance tests.

CBSE Moderation Policy: The Good and The Bad

The CBSE moderation policy, also simply known as the ‘Grace Marks Policy’, is the provision whereby grace marks are provided to the students who are shy of a few marks from passing their board examination. The provision also provides grace marks up to 15 percent to students