In an official notification, the registrar released the academic admission for Jamia Millia Islamia University and Central University. The academic calendar of the Central University, 2023-24 was released, according to which, the admission process for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes will begin on April 12 and till July 31 2023. Interested candidates can apply and log into the official website and get further details.
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The University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC) NET December 2022 admit card has been released by the National Testing Agency (NTA). All the candidates can download the UGC NET Admit Card 2023 December from the official website -- ugcnet.nta.nic.in by using their application number and date of birth. UGC NET December 2022 Phase-III will be held between March 3 and March 6, 2023.
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A university in Tennessee, US, used chatgpt to write an e-mail for an unfortunate Michigan shoot incident, Developed by OpenAI and launched in November 2022, the Chatbot is trending, especially for writing purposes. However, the recent use of ChatGPT for drafting an e-mail and issuing without editing the mention of correspondence created outrage amongst students who expressed anger and wanted an apology from the University.
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With the pressure of passing JEE, JEE-Mains to be an IIT Alumni, there are a number of courses which prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) provides. Some of the courses include Data Science programme, Business Analytics, Masters in Liberal Arts, Olympiads and short-term courses. Most of the aforementioned courses are available at the IIT Madras and IIT Roorkee. In addition, artificial intelligence is also a good course, without JEE… read-more
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From next year, Delhi University will offer variety of certificate courses to students from other universities. DU's academic council will meet on August 3 to examine the scheme's implementation. Competence Enhancement Scheme will allow people from "different walks of life" to register in the institution. Admissions will be based on merit, and candidates will be able to enroll for a maximum of two courses and eight credit topics every… read-more
Protests, "dharnas," and processions are all prohibited on the Lucknow University (LU) campus. Proctor Rakesh Dwivedi announced in a circular that no meetings will be permitted on university grounds owing to the district administration's application of Section 144. The movement was prompted by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) team's anticipated visit to the main LU campus on July 21-23.
University of Mumbai held an online pre-admission registration session for candidates seeking admission in the first year of undergraduate programs at affiliated colleges from June 9 to June 25. Commerce and management received the most applications, totaling 3 lakh and 84 thousand. B.com remained the most demanded course, followed by BMS (Management Studies). According to Mumbai University's timetable, the first merit list for 2022 will be… read-more
Students protested at Calcutta University (CU) on May 27 in outrage at the university's online examinations. Nearly 200 students protested outside the university's main campus on College Street, arguing that two months of classroom training was insufficient to complete a six-month semester's coursework and hold offline exams. Similar protests occurred twice in the previous week. Two high-power organizations suggested that undergraduate and… read-more
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After the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Teachers' Association (JNUTA) opposed the "gender discriminatory salutations" in the proforma, the authority revised it. The JNU released the revised format stating, "gender-discriminatory use of ‘salutations’ have been removed. Earlier proforma have salutations with Prof. Miss or Mrs, demanding removal. Furthermore, a new JNUTA team has taken over the course and looking forward to a general body meeting… read-more
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Students of Boise University in America's Idaho, on December 9, protested against their Political Science professor, Scott Yenor. He delivered a speech at the National Conservation Conference in Orlando, Florida, and said, women should be kept "out of" professions like… read-more
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