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Schools In National Capital To Remain Closed Until Further Notice Says Deputy Chief Minister

Schools In National Capital To Remain Closed Until Further Notice Says Deputy Chief Minister

Highlights: Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister is looking after the education ministry in Delhi Government Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia says schools will remain closed in the national capital Sisodia said “not safe to reopen the…

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Union Education Minister Pokhriyal Announces JEE-Mains To BE Conducted In Multiple Languages

Union Education Minister Pokhriyal Announces JEE-Mains To BE Conducted In Multiple Languages

Highlights: JEE-Main to be conducted in more languages said Union Education Minister JEE-Main is currently conducted in 3 languages JEE-Main is also an eligibility test for JEE-Advanced Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank”, the Union Education Minister,…

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NTA NEET Result 2020: See How To Check The And Download Score Card

NTA NEET Result 2020: See How To Check The And Download Score Card

Highlights: NEET Exams held on the 13th of September 2020 NEET results have been declared and candidates can check and download their scorecard See how to download the scorecard NTA NEET Result 2020: The National…

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Schools Set To Reopen From 15th October: Read What The States Are Saying

Schools Set To Reopen From 15th October: Read What The States Are Saying

Highlights: Central government allowed phase-wise reopening of schools The Centre said states will have the final say to open or continue to keep schools shut Several states including Delhi, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra have decided…

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DU Admission Online 2020: Students Can Start With Application Process Today, See How

DU Admission Online 2020: Students Can Start With Application Process Today, See How

Highlights: DU starts its online application process from today Students will be allowed to choose just a single course in one college The student will have to satisfy the cut-off of the college before he/…

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US Department Of Justice Sues Yale University For Allegedly Favouring Hispanic And Black Applicants

US Department Of Justice Sues Yale University For Allegedly Favouring Hispanic And Black Applicants

Highlights: Yale University sued by the US Department of Justice The Ivy League school allegedly discriminates based on Race and National origin Yale University favours Black and Hispanic applicants in Undergraduate admission The Yale University…

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JEE-Mains 2020: 6.35 Lakh Candidates Appreared Last Week For September Exams

JEE-Mains 2020: 6.35 Lakh Candidates Appreared Last Week For September Exams

Highlights: JEE- Mains exams were conducted last week 6.35 Lakh candidates appeared for the exams In January session the turnout was 94.32% JEE-Mains exams were conducted last week in September and at least 74% candidates…

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Popularity Of Work From Home Courses, Soft And Digital Skills Gaining On LinkedIn

Popularity Of Work From Home Courses, Soft And Digital Skills Gaining On LinkedIn

Highlights: COVID-19 has changed the normal in personal and professional life WFH Courses gaining popularity of LinkedIn Digital and soft skills also gaining popularity on LinkedIn Professionals in India are investing their time and resources…

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Supreme Court Says “State Cannot Promote Students Without Final Year Examinations,”

Supreme Court Says “State Cannot Promote Students Without Final Year Examinations,”

Highlights: Supreme Court says final year students cannot be promoted without examinations UGC argues that exams are must to protect the academic future of the students UGC questioned the decision of Maharashtra and Delhi govt…

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More Than 150 Academicians Write To The Prime Minister Over NEET JEE Exams 2020

More Than 150 Academicians Write To The Prime Minister Over NEET JEE Exams 2020

Highlights: More than 150 academicians writes to PM Modi over NEET JEE Exams 2020 The academicians included from DU, JNU, IGNOU, IIT Delhi, BHU and many more The academicians said that the exams should not…