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Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World’s Largest Biology Class

CHENNAI: Who knew high school science classes could be fun – and even memorable enough for a Guinness World Record. But over a thousand students in Chennai managed exactly that when they got together for a one-of-kind biology lesson on ...

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VTU offers exit scheme for students with backlog

The Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has mooted an ‘Exit Scheme’ for 2010 syllabus students with backlogs, to help them get their degrees. The decision was taken on Tuesday during the Executive Committee meeting chaired by vice chancellor Karisiddappa and attended ...

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NEET irregularities: Rules twisted to favour some for medical seats

Government-designated counselling authorities in states such as Bihar, Karnataka, Punjab and Puducherry allegedly adopted inconsistent norms to enroll students in the last round of admission to medical colleges for MBBS courses. These norms contravened guidelines set by the Supreme Court, ...

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Infosys To Hire 6,000 New Engineers Annually, Says Interim CEO And MD

After the recent change in the company high-command, Infosys has come out unfazed by the shake-up looking to continue recruitment of around 6,000 new engineers annually for the next 2 years, confirmed an official. The Interim-CEO and MD of Infosys, ...

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Supreme Court bans all anti-NEET protests in Tamil Nadu

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday banned all anti-NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) protests in Tamil Nadu and directed the state government to ensure that no agitation takes place against the common entrance tests for admission to medical ...

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7 Lakh IT Jobs In India Under Threat, But It Is Not All Bad News

The number of low-skilled workers in domestic IT and BPO service sectors could fall from 24 lakh in 2016 to 17 lakh in 2022 New Delhi,7 September 2017 : About 7 lakh low-skilled workers in IT and BPO industry in ...

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Jamia Hamdard University offers free Civil services coaching academy for Minorities, SC/ST and women

New Delhi 27 Aug 2017: Jamia Hamdard (Hamdard University) has called for online applications for free Civil Services (Pre-cum Mains) and other competitive examination coaching with hostel facilities for Minorities, SC/ST and Women candidates. The candidates are required to submit ...

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ICAI Revises Syllabus For Chartered Accountants; Topics On CSR, GST, Islamic Finance Added

NEW DELHI: After more than a decade, chartered accountants’ apex body ICAI has introduced revised syllabus for students with major revisions. Chartered accountants’ body the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has revised its education and training system by ...

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Special report: A guide to IAS and UPSC aspirants

Bhatkallys News Service/ I. Zaorez Shabab Bhatkal 22 Aug 2017: At a time when the need of IAS and Civil servants is constantly growing within minorities especially with Muslims and Dalit which can be of a great help while dealing ...

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Sultanate Of Oman Announces Scholarship For Indian Students, Last Date To Apply August 24

NEW DELHI: The Sultanate of Oman has announced scholarships for Indian Nationals under the Omani Programme for Cultural and Scientific Cooperation for the academic year 2017-18. The scholarship is open for all such students with age below 25 years. The ...

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IIIT-Bengaluru to hone 10,000 students with software skills

Bengaluru: State-run International Institute of Information Technology-Bengaluru (IIIT-B) on Wednesday said it is starting a post-graduate diploma programme to train about 10,000 students and engineers in smart software skills. “The 11-month programme will provide hands-on learning to students and working professionals to ...

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Karnataka II PU marks cards riddled with errors: Students

Several students who completed II pre-university course last academic year were in for a shock when they received their marks cards last week as they are riddled with spelling mistakes. The principal of a city-based college said of the 307 ...

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SC dismisses petition regarding wrong questions in UPSC examinations

New Delhi[India]: The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed a petition on wrong questions being put in this year’s UPSC Civil services examinations. “The results have been already announced and we don’t want to open a Pandora’s Box,” the apex court ...

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Tough fight for medical, dental seats

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The number of candidates who have applied for medical and dental seats from Karnataka is over 1.8 times the number of candidates who are vying for these seats from other States. A total of 56,514 candidates have got their documents ...

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