The University of Hyderabad spokesperson mentioned the measures taken to ensure a student is not able to cheat or resort to any unfair means during the course of the test.
University of Hyderabad to conduct PG entrance examination between 24 and 26 September in online mode
The university plans to complete the admission process and commence the classes of the new academic session by the first week of November, its vice-chancellor said
The university is also granting a special allowance of Rs 1,000 per month to students from underprivileged background to help meet the cost of the online classes
As student activists debate Article 370, university administrations, state govts crack whip on dissenting voices
State governments and university administrations have taken a stern view of students expressing opposition to the Centre's standpoint on Article 370.
Telangana polls: Politics in the state's universities changes due to massive drift in ideologies of student organisations
The political affiliations of students in Telangana have recently left many stumped.
IIT Bombay tops the 'QS India University Rankings', with IITs Madras (3), Delhi (4), Kharagpur (5), Kanpur (6), Roorkee (9) and Guwahati (10) grabbing seven of the top 10 slots.
UGC grants more autonomy to 60 higher educational institutions, including JNU, University of Hyderabad
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has granted greater autonomy to 60 higher educational institutions.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) on Tuesday approved full autonomy for 62 higher educational institutions, including JNU, BHU, AMU, TERI and University of Hyderabad, which have maintained high standards of excellence.
University of Hyderabad students burn probe panel report on Rohith Vemula's suicide, call it 'mischievous'
A group of students from the UoH burnt copies of a probe panel's report which had said that varsity's action was not responsible for Rohit Vemula's suicide
University of Hyderabad says trying to reach an settlement with students agitating against administration
The University of Hyderabad (UoH) on Friday said it is trying work out an settlement with 20-odd students who are protesting against the varsity administration for the past two-days.
With the release of the various global rankings every year, it is reiterated over and over that Indian institutes fare poorly in these rankings because of their appalling scores in research.
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) research scholar J Muthukrishnan's battle against institutionalised discrimination will now be taken up by his peers and colleagues who will demand justice, transparency and equal opportunities. Just over a year back, he was fighting the same fight for Dalit research scholar from University of Hyderabad (UoH) Rohith Vemula.
Rohith Vemula case: Hyderabad University student's 'non-Dalit status' based on two testimonies; five discarded
Ever since Rohith Vemula committed suicide in January last year, citing severe discrimination by the University of Hyderabad and bemoaning the fate of Dalits, his caste has come under sharp scrutiny.
HRD Ministry has rejected an RTI appeal for making public a panel's report on the death of research scholar Rohith Vemula in the University of Hyderabad.
Had he been alive, Rohith Vemula would have passed out as a PhD degree holder in Social Sciences with distinction in October 2016.
But what perhaps is the greatest administrative failure that still remains is this, if Vemula wished to speak to someone about his predicament, the University of Hyderabad's medical centre, would be ill equipped with mental health professionals to assist him as it lacks any.
India is waking a year on from the day University of Hyderabad student Rohith Vemula committed suicide.
If you analyse how events panned out post Rohith Vemula's suicide, you realise it was like a cat-and-mouse game being played out.
A stage seems to have set for confrontation between students of University of Hyderabad and its authorities over organisation of "Shahadat Din" on Tuesday in memory of dalit scholar Rohit Vemula whose alleged suicide last year had raised a political firestorm.
A year ago, on 18 December 2015, Rohith Vemula — Dalit PhD scholar from the University of Hyderabad — wrote a letter dripping with sarcasm to the vice chancellor of the university, Dr V Appa Rao Podile, about the discrimination being meted out to Dalit students.