Fate of several foreign students in medical colleges uncertain after SC’s ruling on NEET

  The NEET eligibility criteria says only Indian nationals or Overseas Citizens of India can take the exam. (Representative image) NEW DELHI: Hundreds offoreign students who had enrolled this year forundergraduate programmes in private medical colleges in India now face an uncertain future due to a “tricky” domestic legislation regarding entrance examination for them. Foreign Read More

University can deny admission to students not carrying docs, says Delhi HC

  e NEW DELHI: The students, who secure a rank in an entrance exam but fail to produce the required documents at the time of counselling, cannot fault the university for denyingadmission, Delhi high court has held. “Since the petitioner failed to appear for counselling in terms of the notification with the original documents, the Read More

Winstrol – Side effects in men

Winstrol is a better anabolic steroid compared to others as there less water retention and getting a high blood pressure is rare because of the drug. There are several side effects seen; however, this may not occur if the steroid is consumed in low doses, if it does as in individual cases then discontinuing the Read More

HRD panel suggests ways to avoid vacancies in IITs, institutes

  HRD ministry set up a three-member committee on Tuesday to suggest measures to avoid vacancies during admissio… Read More NEW DELHI: HRD ministry set up a three-member committee on Tuesday to suggest measures to avoid vacancies during admission in IITs and other central government funded technical institutes. The committee headed by IIT Kharagpur director Read More

To help IITs, govt to relax norms to hire foreign faculty

Although in 2007, IITs were permitted to employ foreign teachers on a five-year contract basis, the institutes couldn’t achieve the desired faculty strength. The government is likely to relax the minimum salary guidelines for hiring foreign faculty in a move aimed to address shortage of teachers at some of the premier academic institutions in the Read More

HRD wants to probe vice-chancellors of AMU, Allahabad University

HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar has sought the President’s approval to launch an inquiry against two vice-chancellors — including one appointed by his predecessorSmriti Irani — heading central universities in the poll-bound state of Uttar Pradesh. Rashtrapati Bhavan is learnt to have received two proposals from the HRD Ministry last week recommending a probe into allegations Read More