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    How to choose a right career- The right choice!

    It is a dilemma that plagues thousands of class 10 students every year. Knowledge looks at the reasons why students choose their stream – arts, science or commerce, to help those who are still confused this year

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    CBSE unveils new exam format for Classes VI to IX

    New Delhi: The CBSE has done away with the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) scheme and replaced it with a uniform system of assessment and examination to be followed by its affiliated schools for classes 6 to 9.

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    With CET being scrapped, HSC syllabus are no longer reliable for medical and engineering exams

    Aspiring medical and engineering aspirants will no more have to study the syllabus set by the state governments’ board. In 2016, Supreme Court had announced that admissions to all medical and dental courses will be carried out on the basis of NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test). Recently, the All India Council for technical Education (AICTE) has announced that admissions for all the engineering colleges will be based on an all-India entrance test. The new-system will

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    There is a need for passionate teachers

    “You can have great systems and strategies, but unless you have good people, it is difficult to have an institution that will work. For an academic institution, two stakeholders – the students and the faculty – co-create the value of the institution,” Dr. A. K. Sen Gupta, Founder and Convener, Higher Education Forum (HEF), laid the foundation for the theme of the eighth annual Higher Education Forum Convention on March 18. This

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    Math geeks have higher academic achievements

    Berlin : Children who enjoy studying mathematics and take pride in good scores are more likely to have higher academic achievements, say scientists who found that positive emotions and success at learning in math mutually reinforce each other.

  • Gut bacteria ups Alzheimer’s disease risk, says study

    London : Your gut bacteria may accelerate the development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study that may pave the way for therapies to prevent and treat the neurocognitive disorder. Since our gut bacteria have a major impact on how we feel through the interaction between the immune system, the intestinal mucosa and our diet, the composition of the gut microbiota is of great interest to research on diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

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