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NEET will continue, might permit CET: Supreme Court
India

NEET will continue, might permit CET: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Friday said the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) will continue but it may permit a state-level common entrance test (CET) for admission to government medical colleges only.

Pune: Students clash over WhatsApp group subject, one youth hospitalised, five held
India

Pune: Students clash over WhatsApp group subject, one youth hospitalised, five held

One youth sustained injuries when two groups of students clashed at a college in Pune following a dispute over changing subject line on WhatsApp group.

NLS Bangalore professor slut-shames student for wearing shorts: Batchmates protest, turn up to class in shorts
India

NLS Bangalore professor slut-shames student for wearing shorts: Batchmates protest, turn up to class in shorts

National Law School of India University (NLSIU) in Bangalore is at war after a professor slut-shamed a girl during a lecture for wearing shorts.

College search engine Collegedunia launches mobile app
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College search engine Collegedunia launches mobile app

Edu-tech startup Collegedunia has recently launched its mobile app to reach students. Collegedunia is a college search platform that enables students explore options and compare them.

Budget 2016: FM proposes setting up of agency to finance higher education
Business

Budget 2016: FM proposes setting up of agency to finance higher education

Government on Monday announced creation of a Higher Education Financing Agency (HEFA) with an initial capital base of Rs 1,000 crore which will leverage funds from the market and work to create infrastructure in India's top institutions like the IITs.

Student from Hyderabad commits suicide in North Carolina
World

Student from Hyderabad commits suicide in North Carolina

A student from Hyderabad studying in North Carolina University in the US committed suicide after scoring low marks in exams, according to information reaching his family here.

Eat like a king in Delhi's North Campus at these top 5 budget restaurants
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Eat like a king in Delhi's North Campus at these top 5 budget restaurants

Burrp give you a list of places in Delhi's North campus where you can go for a grub without burning a hole in your pocket.

Stanford, NYU or Berkeley? Malia Obama tours colleges to decide on further education
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Stanford, NYU or Berkeley? Malia Obama tours colleges to decide on further education

US President Barack Obama's 17-year-old daughter, Malia, is in the middle of applying for colleges in the country.

College students suspended in Kerala for conducting 'beef fest' to protest Dadri lynching
India

College students suspended in Kerala for conducting 'beef fest' to protest Dadri lynching

Six students of a leading government-aided college in Thrissur have been suspended for allegedly conducting a 'beef festival' inside the campus to protest against the lynching of a man in Uttar Pradesh over rumours of eating beef.

No leggings, jeans for girls in Chennai college: How did they leave out the saree?
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No leggings, jeans for girls in Chennai college: How did they leave out the saree?

Heard about this college in Chennai with it’s cuckoo list of don’t dos for girls?

Gurdaspur terrorists may have planned to attack two temples and a college
India

Gurdaspur terrorists may have planned to attack two temples and a college

The Gurdaspur terrorists' primary targets might have been two temples and a college, suggested the data from the GPS devices recovered.

Selfies, roses and smiles dominate the first day of DU's new academic session
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Selfies, roses and smiles dominate the first day of DU's new academic session

The new academic session of Delhi University began on Monday amid much excitement!

HSBC survey shows 88% percent of parents want to send kids abroad for post grad
India

HSBC survey shows 88% percent of parents want to send kids abroad for post grad

Parents are increasingly willing to spend more for kids’ education overseas as 88 percent of them want to send their children abroad for post-graduate studies, said an HSBC survey.

'All the best Aggie': For the first time in 146 years, St. Xavier's gets non-Jesuit principal
Mumbai

'All the best Aggie': For the first time in 146 years, St. Xavier's gets non-Jesuit principal

Mumbai's St. Xavier's College is set to have a non-Jesuit principal for the first time in its 146-year old history as Dr. Agnelo Menezes was announced as the next principal of the institute.

Boo selfie haters! Studying them is now a course in University of Southern Carolina
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Boo selfie haters! Studying them is now a course in University of Southern Carolina

A course in the study of 'selfies', self-portraits taken on cellphones, has been introduced by the University of Southern California (USC).

17-year-old Nigerian-born US student accepted at all 8 Ivy League schools
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17-year-old Nigerian-born US student accepted at all 8 Ivy League schools

Nigerian-born US student Harold Ekeh has been accepted to all 8 Ivy League schools, and 13 US universities in total

Become a qualified 'selfie-taker': UK college offers course on selfies
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Become a qualified 'selfie-taker': UK college offers course on selfies

City Lit College will offer a first ever 'selfie course' for Euro 132 (USD 160) starting this March called "The art of photographic self-portraiture".

From US Open to classrooms: Teenage stars juggle school and professional tennis
Sports

From US Open to classrooms: Teenage stars juggle school and professional tennis

Some teens, who came into the spotlight during the past week at the US Open, will instead go back to the classrooms and continue to juggle the demands of their educational and professional tennis aspirations, grappling with the decision of when to head full-time into the world of pro tennis.

Mumbai: ABVP forces St Xavier's College to withdraw invitation to Dalit activist
Mumbai

Mumbai: ABVP forces St Xavier's College to withdraw invitation to Dalit activist

St Xavier's College, Mumbai, was forced by Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) to withdraw an invitation to Dalit activist and singer Sheetal Sathe.

In Thailand, baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to IVF clinics
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In Thailand, baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to IVF clinics

SYDNEY/BANGKOK (Reuters) - At 26, with a baby daughter, a Hong Kong mother and her husband wanted a second child. To make sure it would be a boy, they paid $9,000 and flew to Thailand, the last place in Asia where gender selection treatment is available and breaks no law