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Centre puts Common Engineering Entrance Test on hold

Centre puts Common Engineering Entrance Test on hold due to opposition from states. Check out more on idea of Common entrance test for engineering admissions.

​​UGC asks Universities to set up Admission Helplines

The University Grants Commission has asked the universities across countries to establish round the clock helplines to assist the students in the admission process for the academic session 2016-17.

CBSE Class 10 results declared today

CBSE Class 10 results to be declared today. Results for Class X will be announced from 2 PM onwards and candidates can check them on CBSE website after 2 o clock

MP Government to repay Education Loan in case Of Student’s Death

Madhya Pradesh government to repay Education Loan in case Of Student’s Death. Parents who lose their children during studies will no longer have to bear the burden of repaying the remaining education loan.

Don’t force parents to buy non NCERT books: says CBSE

Restricting its schools from prescribing expensive textbooks by private publishers, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) issued a circular to all its schools to stick to the mandatory National Council of Educational Research and Technology (NCERT) textbooks.

Supreme Court cancels AIPMT 2015 -Retest within 4 weeks

In a ruling that will eventually affect more than six lakh medical aspirants across India, the Supreme Court on Monday ordered the CBSE to re-conduct the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) 2015.As per the SC order, CBSE will now require re-conducting the exam within four weeks. AIPMT 2015 has been marred with controversy ever since the news broke out about the leak of question paper and circulation of answer keys electronically at multiple exam centers in 10 different states.

More Teachers Join Nation-Wide Protest Against Choice Based Credit System

he ongoing protest against the government’s new choice based credit system (CBCS) has got a new momentum after another group of higher-education teachers voiced their dissent over the issue.

International Board Proves to be a Hinderance in DU Admissions

Students from the International Baccalaureate (IB) and other similar international boards may have to experience difficulties securing admission in a Delhi University (DU) program this year.

Government not clear under which category dyslexia should be placed

Problem has arisen because the government is not clear under which category dyslexia should be placed and there is no mention in the Disability Rights Bill. Delhi University reserves 3% of the seats for people with disabilities, but whether the… Continue Reading →

Beware of Fake Scholarships Messages on Whatsapp

Recently it has been reported that people are getting scholarship messages for classes Xth and XIIth. These are scams where people are misleading distressed parents by promising immediate relief in form of money.