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UGC to outsource NET exam to CBSE

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has decided to outsource the National Eligibility Test (NET)  for lecturers to CBSE.

Students in colleges can soon access free WiFi across campus

Colleges and universities across the country will soon become WiFi enabled, allowing students to get free access to the internet anywhere on the campus.

Delhi University releases third cut-off list

With many colleges in Delhi University announcing their third cut-off list on Monday, many aspirants striving to take admissions in popular courses were not left disappointed.

CBSE’s 95% club growing at 780%

The number of students scoring 95% marks or more in the CBSE XII exams nationwide has increased by nearly 800% in the last five years. From just 1,020 students in the 95% club in 2009, the number shot up to 8,971 this year.

Bihar students cannot furnish original mark sheets, denied admission

Atal Ayush, a student from Patna, came to Delhi with the hope of getting admission in Delhi University after he met the cut for Kirori Mal College in the first cut-off list. But he was denied admission because the CBSE had not yet issued mark sheets for Patna region.

DU: 2nd cut-off list released, popular courses closed

It was a mixed bag for Delhi University aspirants on the first day of admissions for the second cut-off list. While some colleges opened the gates for aspirants who missed the first list by a few percentage points, many had closed admissions for popular courses.

Students ready to study any course in DU

With many colleges closing admissions, students who are vying to get into Delhi University are ready to study any course in any college.

Scrapping FYUP has taken a toll on educational reforms

The abolition of the four-year undergraduate programme may have brought cheer for many. But it had ushered in some academic reforms, which are now gone. Many teachers, in hushed tones, admit they are going to miss them.

Cut-offs rise in science, humanities over 2012 list

Putting an end to the agony of thousands of students, Delhi University colleges finally came out with their cut-off lists. As expected, the cut-offs were much higher than the ones declared in 2012, the year that the same courses were offered in the university.

BMS to continue for 2013-14 batch, but in the 3-year course format

The University Grants Commission (UGC) on Monday told the University of Delhi to continue the Bachelor of Management  Studies (BMS) programme only for the students admitted last year and to reduce the duration of the course from four to three years.

Stephen’s seats for economics and English reduced by half

Half of the applicants who gained provisional admission in economics and English at St Stephen’s College will now have to look elsewhere.

Bridge School, Northwestern University tie up for courses

Bridge School of Management, a part of HT Media Ltd, has entered into a joint venture with the US-based Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies to deliver innovative blended online and in-person professional certificate programmes in India.

For these students, work and play go together!

The students of Delhi University’s Keshav Mahavidyalaya indulged in some brainy fun as the Department of Management Studies organised the fourth edition of its annual fest titled, CEO 2013.

The balancing act

At a time when practical experience counts more than degrees, students are constantly looking out for opportunities that will fuel their passion. Here’s a look at aspirants who juggle studies with work and multiple projects.

IGNOU launches online students' services

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has introduced website based students' services, an official statement said Friday.
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UGC to outsource NET exam to CBSE

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has decided to outsource the National Eligibility Test (NET)  for lecturers to CBSE.

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

Eligibility: First class in graduation in engineering/technology/medicine or first class in master’s degree in science or pharmacy or equivalent or first class MBA with any of the above.

Shell Science Scholarship Programme

Royal Dutch Shell, one of the largest investors in India’s energy sector, among major global integrated oil companies, has opened registrations for its third Shell Junior National Science Scholarship programme 2014-2015.