Bengaluru City University

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BCU Announces Examination Dates For Remaining Papers

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.

Wed, 21 Jul 2021 - 10:15 PM / by Balaji L

Tags: BCU, students, semester exam, Exams

Courtesy: The Hindu


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Tamil Nadu declares 12th Board Exam results

TN released the Class 12th state board exam results on July 19 at 11 am. The results will be available on,,, and 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.

Mon, 19 Jul 2021 - 08:24 PM / by Umang Bafna

Tags: Tamil Nadu, 12th results, Board Examination, students

Courtesy: The News Minute

Bandits in Nigeria

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Bandits Raid Boarding School, Kidnap 150 Students For Ransom: Nigeria

Bandits raided "Bethel Baptist High School" in Nigeria's Kaduna, resulting in the missing of around 150 students. Reportedly, this is the tenth mass school kidnapping since December in northwest Nigeria. Parents of those missing are seen gathered at the school premises, waiting for news of their children. However, 25 students managed to escape during the raid. Besides, police reported that they have rescued 26 people along with a female… read-more

Wed, 07 Jul 2021 - 09:22 AM / by Balaji L

Tags: students, Nigeria, Raid, missing

Courtesy: WION

Haryana teachers urging people to enrol more students in schools

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Private Schools Witnesses 42% Decline In Students Enrollment: Haryana

Contrary to the last year's academic enrolment of 29.83 lakh students in Haryana's private schools, the state saw a decline of 12.5 lakh enrolments this year. Suggesting the possibility of drop-outs, several officials expressed the inability to pay fees as the reason. While several individuals have mentioned the lack of access to online education in this pandemic.

Sat, 03 Jul 2021 - 03:28 PM / by Aditi Chavan

Tags: Haryana, Private Schools, Online education, students

Courtesy: The Indian Express

Former DGP shifts to free online science programmes for students

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Former DGP Initiates Online Science Programmes For School Students

Leading the physics experiments using fun elements, a 67-year old retired Director General of Police Anoop Jaiswal commenced free online science programmes for students. Considering the online programmes, DGP commented, "I would address 250 to 300 students, a mixed group spread across standards VI-XII." However, Jaiswal uses scientific toys, old cutlery, broken tubes, and empty bottles in his experiments.

Sun, 27 Jun 2021 - 02:20 PM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Physics, DGP, online program, Schools, students

Courtesy: The Hindu

College Students opt to work as fever surveyor

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College Students In Chennai Forced To Take COVID Care Jobs For Survival

College Students from slums in TN's Chennai have opted to work as Chennai's Corporation fever surveyor. Becoming the "only means of survival" for students and their families during pandemic, the fever surveyor points out covid positive cases and thus obstruct the spread of virus. Due to firing of several surveyors because of minor mistakes, surveyors are afraid to get dismissed anytime. Till now, Corporation has hired 15,000 such surveyors.… read-more

Tue, 22 Jun 2021 - 02:29 PM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Covid-19, Covid-19 Test, colleges, students, Chennai

Courtesy: The Quint

Delhi University.

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CUCET Receives Backlash, Students Plead to Delhi University

Students aspiring to join Delhi University assembled on Telegram pleading against the common entrance exam as Delhi University took the decision of becoming a part of the Central University Common Entrance Test. Students resisted the change as it reduced their options of changing their stream and not having enough preparation time. The Union Education Ministry is expected to a take decision on CUCET, in the coming week.

Sat, 19 Jun 2021 - 06:00 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Delhi university, common entrance test, students, Telegram

Courtesy: The Times of India

School students

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CBSE Calls Students To Join COVID Awareness Programme 'Young Warrior'

CBSE has asked the students to join ‘Young Warrior’ pandemic awareness programme launched in alliance with Health Ministry and UNICEF's youth consortium YuWaah. The board urged the participation of students and teachers between 10-30 age group. Notably, the statement came after PM Narendra Modi appealed the students calling them ‘baal mitra’ to spread awareness about the pandemic. Planning to engage 50 lakh youths, the programme will provide… read-more

Sat, 22 May 2021 - 07:20 PM / by Vanshika Sharma

Tags: Health Ministry, Healthcare, Covid-19, UNICEF, awareness, PM Narendra Modi, students

Courtesy: The Print

Bangalore University

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K'taka Students In Dilemma Over Pending Exams As Classes Resume Further

Students from Karnataka colleges are stuck in a situation where even semester classes have resumed while the odd semester exams are yet to be conducted due to COVID-19 blues. Students said the dilemma has created anxiety and pressure to remember the academic portions of two semesters. Meanwhile, Bangalore University V-C R Venugopal stated that 10 days preparation time will be given to students before the odd semester exams.

Mon, 17 May 2021 - 07:14 PM / by Sohini Mandal

Tags: Karnataka, Bangalore, Bangalore university, College, Exams, students

Courtesy: The Times of India

Students unhappy with the 30% exam fee hike

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Students Complain About 30% Hike In NEET-PG Application Fee

The complaints from students for the hike in exam fee have started pouring in, as the applicationa for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET-PG) were released. Reportedly, students have complained that the exam centres have been allotted far from the preferred locations. Besides, the aspirants have requested close by centres due to travel restrictions. Moreover, the exam fee has been increased to Rs 5,015 from Rs 3,750 for… read-more

Wed, 03 Mar 2021 - 05:10 PM / by Neha Sanjeev


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