Delhi University admissions 2018: After release of second cut-off list, over 5,000 students secure admission
Over 5,000 students on Monday took admission in various colleges under the Delhi University, a day after the second cut-off lists were released.
CBSE woes continue as huge errors in the totalling of marks by the Board have come out. This follows the controversy around CBSE's marks moderation policy.
India's knowledge superpower dream is dying; bureaucrats are dismantling our higher education system
India’s higher education system is undergoing a slow, yet steady dismantling process. Seasoned bureaucrats are removing a host of key subjects from their core bodies to ensure greater acceptability among students.
Delhi University's unrealistic cut-offs give nightmares to students, parents; CBSE must rethink evaluation process
In New Delhi — India's National Capital, home to the prestigious Delhi University and its clutch of top-notch colleges, pandemonium prevailed as authorities asked those above 95 percent to wait for special orientation classes.
Most of the school examination boards on Monday agreed to scrap the policy of marks moderation.
DU’s first cut-off list remains too high; beyond the reach of thousands of students, who otherwise did considerably well in their board exams.
He never scored 90 percent or above in his school days, but that didn't deter Rajkummar Rao from finding success.
Marks obtained on English comprehension skills, asked in second paper of the civil services (preliminary) exam, will not be included for grading.