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Around 39% MGNREGA card holders didn't get 'single day of work in 2020-21'
"Across all blocks, roughly 39 per cent of all the job card-holding households interested in working in MGNREGA in the Covid year could not get a single day of work while they wanted 77 days of work on average," according to a report
JoSAA Counselling 2022: First list of seat allotment released, steps to check
Candidates who have been allotted a seat in round 1 will have to report online for the admission. They will have to pay the counselling fee and upload the required documents till 26 September
Delhi University colleges to set up committees for addressing admission-related grievances
Colleges will also form sub-committees for facilitating candidates from the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, Economic Weaker Section and minorities and Person with Benchmark Disability categories
India issues advisory outlining risks for students planning to study medicine in China
The advisory was issued as thousands of Indians studying in Chinese medical colleges are currently stuck at home for over two years due to Beijing's COVID visa ban. According to official estimates, over 23,000 Indian students are currently enrolled in various Chinese universities
UGC declares 21 universities as 'fake'; maximum in Delhi
'At least 21 self-styled, unrecognised institutions which are functioning in contravention of the UGC Act, have been declared as fake universities and these are not empowered to confer any degree,' UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain said
CUET-UG 2022: Series of glitches hit debut edition of second largest entrance exam
The exam has been marred by several glitches causing exam cancellations and leaving the aspirants worried
Chhattisgarh govt plans to set up English medium colleges in every district of state in next 3 years
The move is aimed at reducing the financial burden on the parents, whose wards have to go outside the state to pursue education after Class 12
CUET-UG 4th phase: Students claim centres changing at last minute, seek clarity on retest
The University Grants Commission announced that the candidates affected on Wednesday will get a chance for retest on 25 August
Delhi University plans courses on art of being happy, emotional intelligence from this academic year
A resolution to introduce 24 similar courses aimed at developing critical thinking has been approved in a recently held DU academic council meeting
Was Kolkata St Xavier’s University professor asked to quit over her Instagram bikini images?
The 30-year-old assistant professor alleges in a police complaint that she was forced to quit over photos shared as ‘Instagram stories’ before she joined St Xavier’s, Kolkata. She adds that the entire removal process seemed harsh and like a witch hunt
JEE Main July 2022 Session: Raise objections on provisional answer key up to 5 pm
The last date to challenge the JEE Main 2022 Provisional answer key is today. Candidates can raise objections up to 5 PM at jeemain.nta.nic.in
CBSE directs exam centres to make proper arrangements in view of COVID-19 situation, heatwave
The CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exams for the second term had began on Tuesday in the country and abroad after two years of pandemic-induced disruptions.
CUET doesn't infringe upon rights of states: Dharmendra Pradhan to Tamil Nadu education minister
The Tamil Nadu Assembly adopted a resolution tabled by Chief Minister M K Stalin urging the Centre to drop the Common University Entrance Test
NEET PG 2022: SC likely to hear plea seeking deferment of medical entrance test tomorrow
The plea filed by six MBBS graduates seeks a direction to the National Board of Examination to postpone the scheduled test until requirements, such as completion of mandatory internship period, set forth in the PG Regulations, are met by many aspirants
UP higher education website hacked, hackers rename Akbar 'Allahabadi' as 'Prayagraj'
The Prayagraj-based Commission, however, was able to restore its Hindi website and work is on to restore its English portal, Commission chairman Ishwar Charan Vishvaarma said
DU Admission 2021: Panel recommends common entrance test for admission to UG courses
The test should be followed by the declaration of the list of eligible candidates for admissions under various courses of study spanning all colleges and departments of the University where undergraduate courses are run, it said
DU maxes out as cutoffs touch 100% across courses and colleges for under-graduate courses
Delhi University will release the first cut-off list later in the day with college principals saying that the cut-offs are going to soar higher this year than the last time
Bengaluru school sealed after 60 students test positive for COVID-19; one hospitalised
The development comes only a day after 12 students tested positive for the infection in a school in Kolar district
As COVID-19 poses challenge to childrens' well-being, here are five tips to help them through lockdown
Loss of well-being was shown to be the greatest cost of lockdowns for students schooling from home in 2020.
Meet Anmol Archiwal, Haryana native who cracked JEE Main but is not aiming for IIT admission
Archiwal completed his Class 12 from CBSE-affiliated Halwasiya Vidya Vihar School, Bhiwani. He secured 98.6 percent in his boards with 99 out of 100 marks in maths and chemistry