Haryana to launch learning enhancement programme in 3,222 schools

under the LEP, 18,000 government primary school teachers have been trained over the last one month as part of Haryana’s Quality Improvement Program. GURGAON: The state government’s massive initiative – Learning Enhancement Programme (LEP) – which was prepared in collaboration with Boston consultancy group to substantially enhance quality of education in government schools will become Read More

Zonal Youth Fest inaugurated at Guru Nanak Dev University

AMRITSAR: The Zonal Youth Festival of ‘A’ Zone was inaugurated with beat of Bhangra here on Sunday in the Dashmesh Auditorium of the Guru Nanak Dev University. Students-artists of 14 educational colleges are participating in 34 presentations. This festival will conclude on October 14. A large number of university officials, principals of various colleges and Read More

Results declared but top 10 merit list missing

BHOPAL: There seems no end to controversies in Dental and Medical Admission Test (DMAT) for admission to private dental and medical colleges in the state organized by Association of Association of Private Dental Medical Colleges of Madhya Pradesh (APDMC). After failing to release scores within 15 minutes of the exams and declaring results the next Read More

Gujarat may do away with compulsory JEE

The state plans to introduce its own Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GujCET) for admissions to professional courses. AHMEDABAD: Gujarat government is mulling doing away with the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) which is mandatory for candidates seeking admission in engineering and pharmacy. The state plans to introduce its own Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GujCET) for admissions Read More

Telangana, Andhra Pradesh see steep dip in IIT-ians

There has been a decline in the ‘IIT-frenzy’ among engineering candidates. HYDERABAD: The two states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh could still be national ‘rank-holders’ in IIT admissions, but their ‘in-house’ count of IIT-ians has slipped drastically over the years. From an impressive 4,975 students walking into the premier engineering institutes in 2014, the number Read More

SKMU headquarter set to become wi-fi enabled

DUMKA: The Sido Kanho Murmu University (SKMU) headquarter is set to be equipped with a wi-fi facility with financial assistance from the University Grants Commission (UGC). The SKMU syndicate, in its meeting on Friday, which was presided over by vice chancellor Qamar Ahsan approved the administration’s proposal of introducing a wi-fi facility in its Dighi Read More

MU postpones exams for nine postgraduate courses

MUMBAI: Mumbai University postponed the commencement dates of around nine postgraduate courses including MA and MSc due to late admissions this year. Late results, followed by delay in admissions of several postgraduate courses had shortened the academic term forcing the university to reschedule the exam. Some of the exams have been postponed by over a Read More