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    ICAR declares result of AIEEA 2018, check at icar.org.in

    The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) has declared the results of All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA). The candidates who have appeared for the All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA) for the undergraduate and PhD programmes can check their results on ICAR’s official website icar.org.in. ICAR was supposed to release the AIEEA results on August 30.

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    Delhi University releases 9th cut-off list for admission to UG courses

    New Delhi: The Delhi University on Monday announced its ninth cut-off list for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses with some colleges in North Campus also declaring the availability of seats under some courses for general category students.

  • Indore: No objection from DAVV in scrapping degree completion period

    Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya on Tuesday dashed off a letter to department of higher education (DHE) stating that no ordinance or regulation of the university prevents any bid to change in existing system of completing undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in fixed time periods.

  • Ujjain: Campus selection at Bhartiya College on Saturday

    Ujjain: Bhartiya College will conduct a campus selection drive for students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses of the college on Sunday. The drive will be held in association with the employment office, Ujjain in which 11 companies from Ujjain, Indore and Ratlam will offer an annual package of Rs 4-5 lakh, based on the skills of the students.

  • NEET Issue: PIL filed before SC to challenge its order

    New Delhi :  A PIL was filed before the Supreme Court on Thursday to stay the NEET Ordinance issued by the Centre on Tuesday; the ordinance exempts several states, including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, from the ambit of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test this year.

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    NEET in other languages, too

    New Delhi :  States have been kept out of the ambit of NEET — the common entrance test for medical courses — for now.

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    22,715 MBBS seats out of NEET ambit

    New Delhi : An Ordinance issued late Friday night after several weeks of uncertainty and confusion ensures that more than 50% of the MBBS seats will be filled only on merit on the basis of the all-India NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test).

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    NEET deferred but may face legal hump

    New Delhi :  A day after Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis met and sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention to get the NEET exams postponed by a year the central government has approved an ordinance to keep state boards out of the ambit of this uniform medical entrance examination for one academic year.

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    NEET exam stands, rules Supreme Court

    New Delhi: In a significant order, the Supreme Court on Monday rejected pleas of state governments and minority institutions wherein they had asked the court to modify its order which says undergraduate admissions to medical courses can only be done through the NEET (the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test).

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    Supreme Court is inclined to defer neet for one year

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Thursday appeared inclined to defer the NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test), a centralised test, for only this year in the states that hold own examination for admissions in medical and dental graduation courses, while firmly saying ‘no’ to any private colleges holding their own tests for admissions.

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    NEET Exam: Supreme Court refuses to re-look order

    New Delhi :  The Supreme Court on Saturday refused to re-look its order directing the holding of two National Eligibility Entrance Tests (NEET) for admission to under graduate medical courses for 2016-17.

  • 3D printer creates braille maps for visually impaired

    New York: Using a high-tech 3D printer, a Rutgers University undergraduate and his professor have created sophisticated braille maps to help blind and visually impaired people navigate their surroundings. The three plastic tactile maps are for each floor at the Joseph Kohn Training Centre, a state-funded facility for the blind and visually impaired in New Brunswick. The goal now is to print maps for all of the center’s students.