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UGC regulations will prevail in all states: Guv Arif Mohammed Khan

New Delhi/Thiruvananthapuram: Showing no signs of relenting, Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan reiterated that the UGC rules will prevail in the running of the universities, not just in Kerala, but all across the states in…

IIT Hyderabad logs 508 job offers, highest offer of Rs 63.78 L in placements phase 1

Hyderabad: Amid the overall gloomy financial outlook, coupled with massive layoffs all over, campus placements at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IITH), are progressing at a brisk pace. IITH has reported 508 offers, which includes…

NCPCR seeks probe report on madrasas admitting non-Muslim kids

  New Delhi:  The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has written a letter to the Chief Secretaries of states and union territories asking them to conduct a detailed investigation of all government…

Teachers’ scam: 40 more illegal recruits identified, names to be published soon

Kolkata: West Bengal School Service Commission (WBSSC) on Tuesday submitted to the Calcutta High Court 40 additional names who were “wrongly recommended” for teachers’ appointment for 9th and 10th standards in state-run schools. Justice Abhijit Gangopadhyay…

SDPI slams Centre for suspension of scholarships to students

Bangalore: Karnataka unit of Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) has slammed BJP-led government at Centre for suspending scholarships meant for students from Class 1 to 8. Abdul Majid Mysore, State President of the SDPI, stated…

Hyderabad University professor suspended for alleged sexual assault of foreign student

Hyderabad: The University of Hyderabad on Saturday suspended Professor Ravi Ranjan, hours after he was arrested by the police on allegations of trying to sexually assault a foreign student. The Central university placed Professor Ravi Ranjan…

CCTV in classrooms ensure students’ safety, right to privacy not violated: Delhi govt to HC

New Delhi: The Delhi government recently told the High Court that one major reason behind its 2017 decision is to save and secure students from sexual abuse and bullying in view of a plea filed by…

Controversy erupts in K’taka over decision to build colleges for Muslim girls

Bengaluru : A controversy has erupted in Karnataka over the state’s ruling BJP government’s decision to build 10 new colleges exclusively for Muslim girls, with Hindu organisations warning of widespread protests. The government is however…

Haryana govt bond has MBBS students in state up in arms for 26 days

New Delhi: The Haryana government’s bond policy has evoked all-round criticism from the MBBS students and hundreds of undergraduates medical students are protesting against this since last 26 days. The policy mandates students to work for…

30% vacancy in faculty of 13 UP medical colleges

Lucknow: The 13 state-run medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh are running with a 30 per cent vacancy, including those of professor, associate professor and assistant professor. According to the medical education department, as many as 936…

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