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  • Indore: DAVV to release supplementary results after PhD quota goof-up

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has decided to declare supplementary results of doctoral entrance test (DET) for reserved category students who were deprived of quota benefits. “Five percent relaxation was to be given to candidates belonging to reserved categories in DET results but they were deprived of benefit. We will correct our mistake and declare…

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  • Indore: DAVV overlooks quota norms in PhD admissions, reserved category candidates denied benefit

    Indore: In an unexplainable move, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) shattered dreams of many PhD aspirants belonging to reserved category by depriving them of their right to five percent relaxation in marks for admission in prestigious course. Overlooking norms, the university prepared and subsequently declared results of doctoral entrance test (DET) without giving mandatory relaxation to…

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  • Indore: DAVV team secures patent for multiparty binary access controls

    Indore: A team of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) comprising two faculty members and a student has been awarded patent for inventing multiparty binary access controls for enterprise applications.Their invention has been published by Patent Office Journal. Institute of Engineering and Technology (DAVV) faculty members Prof Vrinda Tokekar, Vivek Kapoor and ME student Upendra Kumar Jariya…

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  • From 10% to 16%: Number of girl students goes up in IIT Indore

    Indore: Efforts of Indian Institute of Technology Indore to draw more girl students to  campus seems to have paid as their number has gone up in the institute. “There is considerable increase of female students at IIT Indore in this academic year. Approximately, 16 percent students admitted in this year’s batch are females. It is…

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  • Indore: Centre denies increased intake of 50 MBBS seats to SAIMS

    Indore: In a major setback to Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences, an order issued by ministry of health and family welfare stated that the college cannot admit more than 100 students in the course for session 2018-19. The college had recognition for 100 seats in MBBS course, which were increased to 150 in session…

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  • Indore: Using ‘garbage’, RRCAT cooks breakfast for 200 people daily

    Indore: Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology, a facility of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) in Indore—the cleanest city of the country, cooks breakfast to 200 people daily using biogas made out of waste generated from its residential campus. This interesting fact came to fore during a study conducted by Prof Ganesh Kawadia and two…

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  • IIM Indore’s journal among 4305 removed from UGC list

    Indore: In a setback to Indian Institute of Management Indore, University Grants Commission (UGC) has removed the elite b-school’s journal from its approved list citing “low score”.“Indore Management Journal, which is published by IIM Indore, is among the 4305 journals which have been removed by the higher education regulator from its approved list,” said RD…

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  • Indore: 10 BEd colleges derecognised for violating NCTE norms

    Indore: Less number of students will pursue Bachelor of Education (BEd) course from colleges under the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) from this year. This is because National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) has withdrawn recognition of 10 BEd colleges under DAVV and warned a dozen other errant colleges to face the same fate as they…

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    Indore: Centre for Performing Arts launched at DAVV 

    Indore: What do National School of Drama, Film and Television Institute of India, Lalit Kala Kendra, Bhartendu Academy and Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya have in common? Well, they are institutes running courses in performing arts. Yes, you read it right. DAVV, the Grade A university accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council, has joined the club…

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  • Indore: DAVV students misuse scholarships in personal works

    Indore: Reserved category students of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV), whose studies are funded by the government from the taxpayers’money, are allegedly misusing their scholarships. The scholarships meant for their higher studies are being misused by the students for purchase of expensive gadgets, clothes and others items. Some even used the scholarship funds for going on…

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  • Indore: 25 private universities come up in last 7 years in Madhya Pradesh  

    Indore: With government relaxing rules for setting up private universities, the business of awarding degrees has mushroomed in the state. Madhya Pradesh, which had only one private university till 2009, has 26 private universities at present. “About 25 private universities came up in last seven years,” ex-registrar of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, R D Musalgaonkar, said….

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