Free Press Journal
  • Indore: Mobile eye surgery van donated to DAVV gathering dust for 15 years

    Indore: An eye surgery van donated by a Briton to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) for providing free treatment to poor people with eye related diseases has been gathering dust for last 15 years. “The van is parked on the university campus unused since 2004, serving no purpose,” admitted registrar Ajay Verma. He stated that the van was donated by London-based eye specialist Eric Arnott to DAVV in the memory of his late

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    Indore: Admin avoids sending passes to DAVV after media leak

    Indore: Tasked with sending 20,000 students to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme on June 23, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) was in for a surprise as entry passes did not reach it even as college principals lined up for them at RNT Marg campus on Friday.

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    Indore CET: Second counselling schedule declared

    Indore: A day after the first round of common entrance test (CET) counselling concluded, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya announced schedule for second round.  “The second counselling will begin on July 3 and continue till July 11,” said CET organising committee chairman Anil Kumar.

  • Indore: Last date to apply for BEd counselling today

    Indore: Students seeking admission in BEd course and have not applied for admission should apply immediately. The registration for first round of BEd counselling ends on Saturday. “Registrations for BEd, MEd, BPEd, MPEd and four other teacher education programmes had started from June 15. Nine days were given to students to apply for first round of counselling,” said Indore division additional director KN Chaturvedi.  He said that the online registration window would

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    Indore: Poor response forces DAVV to reduce fee of three courses

    Indore: Finance committee of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has approved a proposal for reducing fees of three courses run by School of Social Science. The courses include Master of Social Works, Bachelor of Social Works and Master of Arts (Sociology). The decision to reduce fees comes after students gave cold response to the courses which witnessed poor response from students.

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    Indore: DAVV EC member terms new evaluation system ‘failure’

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) executive council member Alok Dawar claimed that the new evaluation system adopted by the university ahead of UG final semester exams turned out to be a damp squib.  “The university had claimed that the new system will deliver results within a month. More than 45 days have passed since UG final semester exams but still the results have not been declared,” Dawar told reporters.

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    Indore: PM to launch projects in poll-bound MP today

    Indore: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive here on a one-day visit on Saturday to launch several development projects.  As per schedule, Prime Minister will land at Bhopal’s Raja Bhoj Airport at 12 noon and then leave for Mohanpura. From there, he will come to city.

  • Indore: Man creates neighbour’s fake FB identity to take revenge, held

    Indore: City cyber cell police on Friday arrested a person for creating fake Facebook identity of his old neighbour. The accused had quarreled with the complainant and he had prepared fake ID to take revenge from him. The accused is being questioned by the police.  According to SP (cyber cell) Jitendra Singh, local resident Jaideep Bairagi had complained that an unidentified person created a fake profile with a girl’s name and updated

  • Indore: Traffic diversions, restrictions for PM’s visit

    Indore: Traffic restrictions and diversions will come into force from 10am on Saturday in wake of Prime Minister’s visit. Vehicles coming from Dewas will enter city through Bypass Road, Devguradiya cut point. Moving through Teen Imli and Musakhedi Square they will reach to PTC ground where parking arrangements have been made.

  • Indore: Chief medical and health officer’s vehicle stolen from his house

    Indore: The government vehicle of chief medical and health officer Dr HN Nayak was stolen from his residence in Annapurna police station about 3 am on Thursday. Dr Nayak discovered the incident when he moved out of the house to attend a function of International Day of Yoga Thursday morning.

  • Indore: 6 arrested for supplying cannabis, codeine syrup worth lakhs

    Indore: Narcotics unit of state police arrested six persons while supplying cannabis and codeine syrup worth more than Rs. 31 lakh in the international market. The sleuths of narcotics unit arrested the accused during three raids at different places in this month.

  • Indore: PM Narendra Modi to launch urban transport service 

    Indore: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate urban public transport bus service ‘Seva Sutra’ at function to be held at Nehru Stadium on June 23. Besides, he will launch six other schemes like drinking water, Housing for All, smart city work and public parks of more than 10 districts from the city.

  • Indore: DAVV told to bring 20,000 students to pull crowd for PM’s function on June 23

    Indore: Anticipating low turnout of people at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programme on June 23, the district administration on Thursday asked Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) to send 20,000 students for the event. The university has been given a target to bring 20, 000 students through a verbal order.

  • Indore: 46 percent seats in various courses lying vacant after first CET counselling

    Indore: First round of common entrance test (CET) counselling got over on Thursday but about 46 per cent of seats in 48 courses offered by a dozen teaching department of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) are still vacant. “First round of CET counselling is over. Nearly 56 per cent seats are filled. Rest will be filled in second counselling,” said vice chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad.

  • Indore: MP Government withdraws 60 acres land from Tata Group

    Indore: The state government has withdrawn 60 acres of land allotted to the Tata Group in Dewas. The land was given for setting-up industry but it was lying idle for over three decades. The state government can now use this land to generate investment of Rs 5000 crore.

  • Indore: Over 2.73 lakh students in race for admission in UG courses

    Indore: More than 2.73 lakh students are in race for admissions in traditional undergraduate courses offered by government and private colleges in the state. A data released by Department of Higher Education (DHE) on Wednesday indicates that 3,41,379 candidates had registered for the centralised online admission counselling. Out of them, 2,73,514 candidates got their academic documents verified, which was necessary to get admission.

  • Indore: MP Government withdraws 60 acres land from Tata Group  

    Indore: The state government has withdrawn 60 acres of land allotted to the Tata Group in Dewas. The land was given for setting-up industry but it was lying idle for over three decades. The state government can now use this land to generate investment of Rs 5000 crore.

  • Indore: Include government schemes in PhD studies, says Governor Anandiben Patel

    Indore: Governor Anandiben Patel on Wednesday asked institutions to include government schemes in doctorate courses. “If govt schemes will be a part of PhD studies, it will be easier to create awareness among citizens. Government schemes should be topic of PhD stuidies,” she said at a function organised at a medical institute in the city. She expressed concern over ragging incidents and said Indore ranks second in most reported ragging cases in

  • Indore: GST refund worth Rs 96.45 cr made to 3129 taxpayers in 18 days

    Indore: Addressing the major demand of traders and exporters to release their GST refund, the state goods and service tax (SGST) department cleared refund claims worth Rs 96.46 crore. The department had launched special 15-day drive to redress grievance of businessmen. Though the special drive concluded on Monday, the refund drive will continue.

  • Indore: 8 drivers fined, traffic police checks school buses to prevent accidents

    Indore: The city traffic police on Tuesday launched a drive against school buses in the western part of the city. The police took action against eight bus drivers by imposing fine and issuing challan. The policemen also asked children whether their school bus is rashly driven.