Maharashtra Law Colleges to have Centralized Admission Starting Next Year As per a new order, admissions to three and five year law degree programs offered by all government and non-government law colleges in Maharashtra will be conducted through a centralized… Continue Reading →
UGC-NET 2015 June Results declared. Check out CBSE Result website for details After a prolonged and painfully anxious wait, students now can finally check how they fared in the CBSE UGC-NET 2015. The results have been already made available online… Continue Reading →
Good news for parents who want to send their child to school, but are uncertain about how to evaluate its quality. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will soon start accrediting schools based on quality standards.
The Karnataka state government has finally decided to scrap the proposed controversial admission regime for professional colleges. The government announced this move after being subject to all-round pressure for retaining the old Common Entrance Test (CET) format.
The State Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has issued a fresh notification alerting JEE (Main) aspirants to take a note of the online form submission schedule that ends on December 26.
Education in the country is taking another crucial step towards embracing virtual technology. According to reports, students from 100 engineering colleges across India will be receiving virtual classes from IIT professors.
Professional seat aspirants across the country may soon be facing another entrance test in addition to the existing Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMED-K) and the Common Entrance Test (CET).
If you are an engineering aspirant preparing to secure a spot in one of India’s top engineering institutes, then prepare for the possibility of paying extra fees. According to new reports, some of the top engineering institutes across the country have proposed to restructure their fees based on infrastructure and investment.
Civil service aspirants gathered in large numbers in front of the Parliament today to lodge protest against the current pattern of the exam conducted by the Union Public Services Commission (UPSC).
The details regarding admission procedure and other important aspects of the forthcoming admission session for Post Graduate courses in Armed Forces Medical Services have been announced.