A government circular of July 20 addressed to the heads of all schools concerned on fees chargeable from the students for the academic session 2020-21 was placed before the division bench hearing the matter.
With schools shut since March and classes shifted online, government institutions -- where a majority of the students do not have access to smart devices and the internet -- are dependent on the worksheets or study material provided by Directorate of...
“The petitioners submit that the impugned Notice\/ notifications are in utter disregard to the fundamental rights and legitimate expectations associated with the said examination which is scheduled to be held on October 7, 2020.
Over 460 of 530 JNU scholars who participated in a survey said they have been anxious about their future prospects and completing their research works, among other things, since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Supreme Court Monday asked the UPSC to apprise it by tomorrow the “logistical arrangements” made for conducting civil services preliminary exams on October 4 in view of alarming spurt of COVID-19 cases as also floods in various parts of the coun...
Hours before the scheduled start of Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)-2020 the Supreme Court on Monday allowed a suspected COVID-19 positive aspirant to take the entrance test in a separate isolation room.
Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, UP Board is gearing up to launch a dedicated portal to aid home study of around 12.5 million (1.25 crore) students enrolled in class 9 to class 12 at over 28,000 schools affiliated to it across the state.
The Kerala higher education department on Monday begins the plus one admission process based on the second allotment list.The list can be accessed on the official website of the state education department at hscap.kerala.gov.in