Under new rules, less than 50% private MBBS seats filled

New Delhi Aug 26:  Deemed universities and private colleges across the country are staring at a huge crisis of unfilled undergraduate medical seats under the new system of centralised counselling introduced under the Supreme Court’s orders this year.

As the third round of counselling comes to an end on…

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Kolkata: British high commissioner bats for education in UK

Kolkata Aug 25 : British high commissioner Dominic Asquith met students of Heritage Institute of Technology today.
During an interactive session on “education, skills and entrepreneurship” with the students, he said, “The UK and India have a long relationship and we are looking towards future partnerships particularly in education, skills and…

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India biggest beneficiary of European scholarship programme

New Delhi, Aug 24 :  With over 5,300 recipients between 2004 and 2017, India is the largest beneficiary of the Erasmus scholarships for higher education offered by the European Union (EU) member states, EU Ambassador to India Tomasz Kozlowski has said.

“Since 2004, Erasmus was thrown open to third countries…

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MBA in healthcare

New Delhi Aug 22:  With the pace of change in healthcare and the life sciences sector, a new Executive MBA programme from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management has been launched to prepare working professionals in the sector to lead their organisations, businesses and health systems. The…

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Post-paper errors, JEE-A to go online from 2018

Chennai August 21 : The IIT Joint Admission Board (JAB) on Sunday announced that the Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) – which students take for admission to the IITs – will go online from 2018. Errors in this year’s question paper prompted the change, officials said.

Officials said an online test will help…

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