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Students’ body complains against Amarinder before Akal Takht

CHANDIGARH: The claims of Amarinder Singh-led Congress government in Punjab regarding controlling the drugs menace notwithstanding, a complaint was filed on Saturday against the Chief Minister before the Akal Takht, the highest temporal seat of the Sikh religion. The Independent Students Federation (ISF) on Saturday lodged a formal complaint against Amarinder with Akal Takht Jathedar…

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‘Exemplary action against those meddling in college admission’

KOLKATA: The West Bengal government will take “exemplary” action against anyone found to be involved in irregularities in admission to under-graduate courses, higher education minister Partha Chatterjee said on Saturday. Chatterjee said that the education department would call college principals to a meeting next week to discuss a host of issues, including admission-related matters. Asked…

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e-Tribal Validity for tribal students

NASHIK: The tribal development commissionerate has launched a special drive for caste validation certificate for the students belonging to scheduled tribes, to ensure they get validity certificates in time. The announcement of the drive comes after lots of students have claimed that they were unable to get validity certificates which are likely to hamper their…

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Utkal University plans for exchange programme with Nepal, Maldives varsities

BHUBANESWAR: Utkal University, a premier university of the state, is planning to collaborate with Maldives National University of Maldives and Tribhuvan University of Nepal for teacher and student exchange programme and sharing of research expertise in the field of management and industrial relations studies. Utkal University vice chancellor Soumendra Mohan Patnaik said this here on…

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NCWEB announces first cut-off list for DU admission

NEW DELHI: The Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) on Friday announced its first cut-off list. The highest cut-off for admission in the general category to BCom is 85 per cent for Hansraj College and Miranda House, a decline of five per cent from last year. For admission to BA programme, Hansraj College and…

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AU gets 41 new teachers at one go

ALLAHABAD: The all-important meeting of the Executive Council (EC) of Allahabad University was held at the Arts campus of AU, on Saturday. The meeting was important as the envelope, of the recommendation of the selection committee for three departments of AU, was opened following which AU would be getting 41 new teachers after a gap…

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