Free Press Journal
  • Bhopal: Students feel stuck at IIIT after taking admission, as there is no provision for hostel

    There is no provision for staying at hostel for the students studying in second year of the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT).Not just this even the students, of first year, who avail the hostel facility, have to commute about 18kms to reach their classes. Although MP government had made tall claims at the time of the launch of this institute of national repute in Bhopal but till date land allotment has

  • Indore: Centre for design and incubation inaugurated at SGSITS

    Indore: A Centre for Innovation, Design and Incubation (CIDI) was inaugurated at Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS) on Monday. The centre would promote innovations, help students in designing products and encourage them to take entrepreneurial route.

  • Bhopal: Campus placement: TCS picks 220 students from RGPV

    Bhopal: IT giant Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has selected 220 students from Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya during a campus recruitment drive here on Monday.  The selected students, which include 88 females, belong to all branches of engineering and they will take up their jobs at the prestigious organisation on completion of their course in 2018.

  • Bhopal: Citing safety concerns, authorities set separate norms for girl hostellers

    Bhopal: The authorities of higher educational institutions in the state capital have set different hostel norms for women, arguing that such rules are ‘necessary ‘to keep them safe. The decision of the prominent educational institutes like MANIT, RGPV, Barkatullah University (BU) and Gandhi Medical College (GMC) to complying with the directives, have raised several eyebrows. Crying foul, women hostellers demand same privileges given to their counterparts.

  • Bhopal: International conference on data, engineering to be held next month

    Bhopal: The two-day international conference on Data, Engineering and Applications 2017 will be jointly organised by School of Information Technology at Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), Bhopal, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Sagar, Institute of Research and Technology (SIRT), Bhopal. The conference will start on October 28.

  • Bhopal: Government reverses RGPV registrar’s transfer order

    BHOPAL: The state government has changed its order regarding the appointment of registrar of RGPV, on Tuesday. Registrar SK Jain was transferred and Alok Choubey appointed registrar of the university. According to the new order, Choubey has been appointed as an OSD of AFRC and Jain will remain registrar of RGPV.

  • Fire at RGPV; records, computers gutted

    BHOPAL :  Close on the heels of Thursday’s fire on Bansal College premises, that destroyed bikes of six students and spread to the adjoining Kaliasot forest area, documents and computers were gutted at Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) in a fire which broke out on Friday at 4pm.

  • Petition filed in DB against reappointment of acting VC

    Indore : Former RGPV executive council member Ajay Chordia has filed a petition in the division bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court challenging a verdict by the single bench on the reappointment of acting vice-chancellor Ashutosh Mishra at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVVA single bench of Justice SC Sharma had declined a petition by Chordia on Wednesday stating that Chancellor Ram Naresh Yadav had

  • Retd prof Prakash Bakhre elected as EC nominee

    Indore : The Executive Council of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) on Wednesday elected retired professor of a university in Rajasthan, Prakash Bakhre as its nominee for the V-C search panel meant for recommending names of candidates for appointment of Vice-Chancellor at the DAVV. He was elected through voting as consensus could not be made on any one candidate’s name. EC member Kutty Menon had proposed Bakhre’s name while another EC member Vikrant Bhuria had pushed

  • RGPV cancels chemistry paper mid-stream

    Indore : The Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) on Friday cancelled BE first semester chemistry paper mid-way after complaints of out of syllabus questions being asked were found true.

  • In a first, RGPV makes practical exams online

    Indore : Practical examinations of students of engineering and pharmacy colleges in the state will now be held online mode.

  • Student accuses RGPV of discrimination on caste basis

    BHOPAL: A student, Hemant Singh has accused Rajiv Gandhi Technical University (RGPV) management of discriminating. Singh has sent a 6 points complaint letter to Governor and higher education department, stating that RGPV management and professors are personally discriminating against him. He alleged that varsity management intentionally set the exam paper, which was not as per the guidelines, HoD, Biotechnology is not behaving well with him due to his caste, Pushpendra Singh has

  • RGPV holds TT competition

    BHOPAL : A Table-Tennis Competition at nodal level was organised by Rajiv Gandhi Praudhyogiki Vishwavidhyalaya (RGPV) at Patel Group of Institutions.

  • RGPV decides to cut affiliation fee by one-half

    BHOPAL: The Executive Council of RGPV has decided to reduce the affiliation fee following protest from private colleges. The council meeting, presided over by VC Dr Piyush Trivedi considered the proposal of private colleges. It decided to cut the affiliation fee, which was increased five times two years back, one-half. Principal Secretary, Technical Education, Sanjay Singh, who is ex-officio member of the council, asked question as why the university did not provide

  • Pvt college owners relate their tale of woes to RGPV VC

    BHOPAL : Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), on Wednesday, decided to form a committee including principals of private engineering colleges for improvement in quality of technical education in Madhya Pradesh.

  • Govt, Guv sing different tunes on MHRD scheme

    BHOPAL : Even as the state government has expressed its inability to implement the choice-based credit system (CBCS), prescribed by the Narendra Modi government for institutions of higher education, the Governor and chancellor Ram Naresh Yadav has described the new system as “ambitious and farsighted”.