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The Common Admission Test CAT for entry into prestigious IIMs...

The Common Admission Test (CAT) for entry into prestigious IIMs and other B-schools kicked off today with 5,690 candidates sitting for the test.Computer-based examination went off smoothly "with no major issues reported", Prometric, which has been conducting CAT online for the IIMs since 2009, said in a statement today.The cities in which the highest number of candidates are schedul...
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IGNOU, Jamia Awarded at World Education Summit

 The event organisers were IGNOU in association with the Centre for Science Development and Media Studies ( CSDMS) and Elets Technomedia. The awards were distributed in the category of best jury award and public choice awards. According to the sources , "IGNOU received the best public choice award for innovation in vocational education and skills training award while the Jamia Milia Is...
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Clinton, Krishna to chart out course for future development

 India and the US would not only review the progress made in ties since the November visit of President Barack Obama, but also chart out a course for future development during their second round of Strategic Dialogue in New Delhi next week.   Clinton will visit India on July 19 and 20 for the Strategic Dialogue. "At the forthcoming Strategic Dialogue, we also hopeto have new ...
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Government must allow FDI in education

 CHENNAI: In order to meet the rising supply-demand gap, the Government must encourage further investments by the private sector in the field of higher education. This was the message driven home by experts who participated in a conference on ‘The New Opportunities in Higher Education In India’, organised by edex, the weekly educational supplement of The New Indian Express. Eminen...
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Defer Class 10 exams, say worried students

 While politicians are refusing to budge from their positions in the standoff over a common school syllabus in the state, Class 10 students are getting increasingly nervous at the prospect of being forced to take their final examinations without adequate time for preparation. With the imbroglio over the common syllabus, Samacheer Kalvi, resulting in textbooks being delayed this academic year...
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Ten New Scholarships for PhD Candidates

The awards will be given under the new Victoria India Doctoral Scholarships Programme launched recently by the State Government of Victoria and the Australia India Institute. The new scholarships programme is one of a number of strategic engagement opportunities created by the Victorian Government to strengthen its relations with India. Victoria's nine universities have all agreed to prov...
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Increase in student intake at IIITD&M

The Indian Institute of Information Technology Design & Manufacturing (IIITD&M), Kancheepuram, has increased the intake of B. Tech students from 20 to 30 in each stream, with two seats in each stream reserved under the DASA (Direct Admission to Students Abroad) scheme.  IIITD&M is a Centre of Excellence established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development in 2007. The fi...
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Changes in GRE

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is one of the most important standardised tests that international students applying to American universities need to take. The reasons are simple: GRE scores are used by admissions officers to compare students from a large range of educational backgrounds on a common metric; the scores are also useful for assessing whether students can be given scholarships a...
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IGNOU Students to Study Online

Named Remote Access to E-resources (RATE), this system will enable IGNOU students to access their books, journals and other study material from anyplace in the world. Various segments of people, namely academicians, faculty, regional centers, research and teaching assistants, researchers and to on-campus students will benefit from RATE. The RATE was inaugurated by Union Minister for Road Transpor...
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Apply for Engineering with 45 PCM: AICTE

 The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has decided to relax the basic eligibility criteria for admissions to engineering courses. The minimum aggregate in 10+2 examinations  in physics, chemistry and mathematics (PCM) group has been brought down to 45 % (40 % for reserved category) . Till last year, it was 50 %. If this new criterion is implemented then the last date of ...
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IIM offers management course after Class 12

 Now you can go for the coveted IIM tag right after Class 12. The Indian Institute Of Management-Indore is starting its five-year integrated postgraduate programme (PGP) in management from this year. This is the only IIM so far to venture into this kind of programme. Candidate should have completed 17 years of age and not be more than 19 years old as on June 30, 2011, as per the eligibil...
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RTU to start aeronautical, petro, textile engg courses

 JAIPUR: Students aspiring to become engineers have a reason to smile. Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) is introducing new courses on aeronautical, petroleum and textile engineering from this session with an aim to attract students from neighbouring states.  "These courses have been introduced keeping in mind the industry requirements in Rajasthan," said R P Yadav, ...
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No change in engineering fees this year: Tamilnadu

CHENNAI: The Justice Balasubramanian committee has said that there would be no change in the fee structure prescribed for BE / B Tech and B Arch courses in Tamil Nadu.The fee will remain Rs 32,500 for non-accredited courses in the government quota, Rs 40,000 for accredited courses and Rs 62,500 for management seats. Colleges have been demanding a revision in the fee structure every thre...
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CBSE IntroducesNine Point Grading System For Classes 9th and 10th From Current Academic Year 2009-2010

Introduction to grading system for class 10th exams, will take away board fear factor from students and their parents. We have seen students are always getting pressurized to perform better in board exams, at home from their parents and from teachers in school. This sometimes worked negatively for students and they loose their confidence level in studies. CBSE is implementing Nine Point Gradi...
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AIPMT : Final Preliminary Exams Results Announced 2010

  The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is pleased to declare the result of the All India Pre-MedicaI/Pre-Dental Entrance Examination, 2010. This examination was held in two stages-Preliminary stage and Final Stage. 156518 candidates registered for the Preliminary Stage Examination out of which 14,217 candidates qualified for the Final stage E...
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