The WB HS result 2021 for Arts, Science, and Commerce students was released today by the West Bengal Board. Mahua Das, the council president, revealed the WBCHSE HS result 2021. Over 8 lakh students would have received their WBCHSE result 2021 scorecards. The WBCHSE 12th result will be made available on the WBCHSE board's official website, wbresults.nic.in.
Rajasthan Board Secondary Education will declare the Class 12 exam results for all the streams, including Arts, Commerce, and Science at 4 pm on July 24. Students can visit www.rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in for the results. Reportedly, the result will be declared in the presence of Rajasthan's Education Minster Govind Singh Dotasra and the board… read-more
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According to the sources, the government is likely to replace the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (PG) with the National Exit Test (NeXT) exam for final year MBBS students from 2023. The move won't only give the license to students for practicing medicine and surgery but also benefit the students to get admission to PG medical degree programs. However, any official announcement is expected in six months.
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Bengaluru City University (BCU) has announced that the remaining 1st,3rd and 5th semesters of different courses will begin from August 10 and will be completed by August 31. Besides, the final semester exams for the undergraduates will begin on August 28. The result will be published before September 20, enabling the student to take admission for PG courses. The 2021-22 academic year is scheduled to start on October 1.
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Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Education, India stated that there are eight IITs without a Chairman. In addition, he also mentioned there are five among these eight IITs which are functioning without a Director, despite the Lok Sabha being aware of the scenario. While addressing this, Pradhan also detailed a survey where STEM enrollment numbers were shared, that included 53,52,258 men and 40,70,533 women.
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Following three consecutive failures in UPSC exams, Sunil Kumar cracked the UPPSC exam in 2018. After being posted as the Deputy SP, he has become an inspiration for students. Kumar hails from UP's Kaushambi district and reportedly his mother sold her jewelry for his studies and his father helped the house by ironing. One needs "hard work, right guidance, better strategy, and family support to succeed in any exam," he said.
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The Nashik Municipal Corporation has denied opening of schools in the city although the city guardian minister had advised the civic body to think it through. Also, he said that he would have a word with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray regarding the decision. The State Government had allowed the schools to reopen from Class 8th to Class 12th in places that were covid free for a month.
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TN released the Class 12th state board exam results on July 19 at 11 am. The results will be available on www.tnresults.nic.in, www.dge1.tn.nic.in, www.dge2.tn.nic.in, and www.dge.tn.gov. Over 4.5 lakh girls and 4 lakh boys appeared for the examination. The batch registered a 100% pass rate. The score was calculated giving 50% weightage to Class 10 marks, 20 % to class 11 theory exams, and remaining to Class 12 practical exams.
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The registration process of the National Qualifier Test (NQT) conducted by Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) will be open for the applicants who want to appear for the August 2021 and November 2021 exams. Firms apart from TCS recruit the candidates who clarified the exam. The score of the exam remains valid for two years. Applicants presently at the UG, PG, and Diploma pre-final or final year can apply.
To examine the matter of fees charged by the colleges during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Maharashtra Government has organized a committee. Chintamani Joshi, secretary of Fee Regulatory Authority will undergo a study regarding the fees charged by the colleges and universities and after a month will submit a recommendation. Besides, the decision regarding organizing the committee was taken by the minister of technical and higher education Uday… read-more
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