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Following a major goof-up in the Diploma Common Entrance Test (D-CET ) question paper on Sunday, a re-test will be conducted on June 30. The test is for diploma holders seeking admission to professional undergraduate courses.
Only 50,127 students have registered their final choices for admissions to 66,000 seats in engineering courses. A total of 71,378 students had registered for admission.
The Gujarat government has decided to follow the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) norms regarding MCA admissions this year.
Thousands of engineering service aspirants in Haryana are in a fix as the date for Haryana Public Service Commission's Assistant Engineer examination is clashing with that of the Union Public Service Commission's Engineering Services examination.
Jairam Ramesh airs concern about four-year undergraduate programme as a doting father
Rajasthan University to pitch for sports category
The economic downturn has affected millions of children across the globe as aid to education declined. India, which already has the highest number of out-of-school children after Ethiopia and Pakistan, may be further affected.
Rajasthan University is likely to kick start its admission process for the undergraduate programmes from June 10.
Online registration for counselling for admission into various professional courses under Odisha joint entrance examination (OJEE) is likely to begin on June 10.
The verification of documents of eligible Common Entrance Test (CET) candidates will get under way at the CET helpline centre in Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management
For the nearly 66,000-odd engineering and pharmacy seats, about 63,621 students have registered for admission.
Admission at Banaras Hindu University (BHU) has just begun. More than 1.75 lakh candidates from across the world are appearing for the entrance tests for various under graduate and post graduate courses from May 20 to June 7 being held at various cities in the country.
Presidency University is planning to do away with barriers of age and time for those who want to pursue higher education in its hallowed halls.
Students of the northeastern region have performed better this year than their predecessors last year in the CBSE Class X exams, the results of which were announced on Thursday. The pass percentage of the NE states, including Sikkim, went up to 93.58% from 91.25% last year. Girls have done better than the boys in the exam this year again, but the difference was marginal.
The state board is waiting for CBSE to calculate the cutoff score for students to be eligible to appear for the joint entrance (JEE) test to make it to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT). The JEE will be conducted on June 2 and the board has less than 48 hours to announce the top 20 percentile of candidates who can appear for it.