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Indian Travellers Can Now Get Expedited Entry Into US

Low-risk Indian travellers to the US from now on would experience speedy entry into the country after landing, with India making a formal entry into an American initiative. US President Donald Trump welcomed India’s entry into the International Expedited Traveler Initiative (Global Entry Program), saying it would facilitate closer business and educational ties between the citizens of India and the ... Read More »

Delhi University Admission 2017: DU Begins Sports Trial; Check Schedule And Venue

DU will begin sports trial for students today who have applied under sports quota for UG Admission. The trial will held till July 6th. After the trial, the university will publish the merit list of selected students. Merit list will be based on the students performance in trial. Students appearing for sports trial should carry their UG Application form. Students ... Read More »

Delhi University Admission 2017: 10 DU Off Campus Colleges

Admission process is in full swing at DU , students are their heads as to which college to choose. Most of the students want a seat in one of the main campus colleges , students should not ignore off campus colleges. Off campus colleges are not situated around the administrative blocks of DU. There are two such campuses ie, north ... Read More »

CBSE NEET 2017 Result Declared; 5 Alternative Courses For Students With Low Rank

CBSE released the result for NEET 2017 on June 23. NEET is conducted for admission to about 65,000 MBBS and 25,000 BDS seats. This year over 6 lakh candidates qualified the exam, counselling and seat allotment for candidates based on ranks obtained. While those who have got good marks and ranks are overjoyed and those who have not should know ... Read More »

Tablets to replace bags, books in govt primary schools: Gujarat CM

The Gujarat government schools from this academic session will start replacing school bags and textbooks with tablets, making students “burden free”. Its a first in the country to introduce such scheme in government schools. Gyankunj scheme will roll out by state education department for class VII and VIII students in 2051 schools across the district by July. This scheme will ... Read More »

Class 12 board exams: CBSE opens window for re-checking

The students who had complained about discrepancies in the markings can breathe a sigh of relief. The CBSE on Friday announced that it will scrutinise such answer sheets and take appropriate action. However the requests will be based on First come , First serve. The papers of those who have already applied for re-verification will be given first preference. The ... Read More »

DU First cut off list 2017: you don’t need a perfect score for DU this year

The DU bucked previous year’s trend of sky rocketing cut offs as the first list released on Friday. Among these, the highest cut off after five years has not crossed 98 in the best of four for humanities aggregate. Lady Shri Ram college recorded 98.5% aggregate in the best of four for psychology (H) is the highest. SGTB recorded 99.66% ... Read More »

NEET results 2017 declared, Muktsar’s Navdeep Singh secures AIR 1

The Central Board of Seconary Education (CBSE) has declared its NEET results. This year’s National Eligibility cum Entrance test is topped by Punjab’s Navdeep Singh who scored 697 out of 700. The second top is Archit Gupta from Madhya Pradesh who scored 695 and third top is Manish Mulchandani who scored 695 marks. Out of 11,38,890 students 6,11,539 have passed Medical ... Read More »

Maharashtra government asks teachers to open salary account in co-operative bank facing scam charges

A new government resolution of Maharashtra says that now all aided, non aided , private schools and junior college professors have to open their account in Mumbai district co-operative bank. The chairman of the bank is BJP leader Pravin Darekar. The same bank was in news for an alleged scam of Rs. 123 crores and FIR also filed against Darekar. ... Read More »

AAP’s proposal for 80 percent Delhi quota should admissions be on merit?

On the eve of Delhi University cut off list, The AAP has once again raised the demand for an 80 percent domicile quota for local students. There are 28 colleges in Delhi university fully and partially funded by state government and hence the government is seeking 80 percent reservation. The party is accused of playing the same politics before admissions. ... Read More »

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