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    Pune University removes DSK chapter from syllabus

    Pune: The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) has removed a chapter on city-based real estate developer DS Kulkarni, an accused in a multi-crore cheating case, from the commerce curriculum for under-graduate course. The chapter on Kulkarni titled “Leader in Real Estate Business” was part of “Yashogatha”, a textbook written by Dr PC Shejwalkar for Marathi subject for the first year B.Com course, a senior varsity official said on Monday night.

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    Maharashtra: New curriculum for Class I, VIII and X in state-run schools this year

    Mumbai: Students studying in Class 1, 8 and 10 of state-run schools will have a new curriculum from this academic year. The new curriculum formulated by the state for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board has new additions in terms of new lessons, recent important events and practical learning.

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    Mahrashra: HSC students not opting for engineering or medical, shouldn’t be forced to study for JEE or NEET, says Vinod Tawde

    Mumbai: Students opting for Science course in the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) board examination should have an option of applying just for the HSC board syllabus or the syllabus inclusive of entrance examinations for engineering or medical field. Vinod Tawde, state education minister for schools and higher education, suggested measures to academicians to provide this option as a large number of students do not opt for engineering or medical courses.

  • Complete 6th sem UG courses by Feb end, colleges told

    Indore : The Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has directed colleges to complete syllabus of the sixth semester of undergraduate courses by February end at any cost so that the exams could be held in March.

  • Post strike, new challenges ahead for FTII students

    Pune  : After a 139-day-long non-violent democratic strike of Film Institute of India students against appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as the institute’s President, the students are facing new difficulties regarding the completion of the syllabus of their current academic year.

  • University postpones exams

    Mumbai : Almost a week after undergraduate exams took off, the examination department of the University of Mumbai has realised that several colleges are yet to finish their curriculum syllabus and hence it has postponed the university examination of a few subjects of undergraduate and post graduate degree to give time to colleges to finish their syllabus.