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WBJEE 2015 postponed due to Kolkata Municipal Corporation Poll

WBJEE 2015 will now be conducted on May 5-6, 2015 instead of April 18-19, 2015 due to Kolkata Municipal Corporation Poll. check out WBJEE 2015 revised dates, entrance exams 2015 info and other details.

COMEDK UGET 2015 Application process starts from March 02

Apply for COMEDK UGET 2015 from March 02, 2015. COMEDK UGET 2015 is conducted for admission to Under Graduate Medical, Dental, Engineering and Architecture Courses for the academic year 2015-16. Check out COMEDK UGET 2015 details, application dates, COMEDK UGET 2015 exam schedule, Undergraduate courses admission.

Maharashtra to consider CET for engineering admissions from 2016

From 2016, Maharashtra will consifer MH CET for engineering admissions instead of JEE Main scores. Class 12 marks of the candidates will also be considered along with the MH-CET scores.

Tuition fees may increase drastically in Top Engineering Colleges

Tuition fees may increase drastically in Top Engineering Colleges. The state government is preparing to hard-sell a brand new subsidy model to all private colleges.

Lack of adequate facility results in more vacant Engineering Seats in Maharashtra

According to data available in the public domain, there is sharp decline in candidates applying for the most challenging and prestigious engineering entrance exam in the state. This trend is particularly visible in Maharashtra.

KEAM 2015 will not have Cut Off marks

The new move was announced by the state education minister P.K. Abdu Rabb while speaking to the press after launching the prospectus of KEAM 2015. Engineering and medical aspirants in Kerala won’t have to worry about the minimum cut off of 10 marks to qualify the ranks in the coming rendition of the Kerala Engineering and Medical Examinations (KEAM 2015)

Engineering students are top education loan seekers

The interest rates on educational loans vary between 12.5 per cent and 13.75 per cent. The greatest off-take lies in the four lakh category and below as these do not require any collateral and thus becomes easier for students to manage on their own.

OJEE scraped for admission to engineering courses

Although it should be kept in mind that the OJEE will be conducted for students wanting to take admission in courses such as pharmacy, engineering lateral entry, MBA and MCA, etc.

New changes expected in admission criteria for IITs

The existing top-20 percentile system creates more problems for those state boards that generally resort to a more generous marking system. For example, the top 20 percentile for students in schools affiliated to the Andhra Pradesh state board was 91.8. Because of this, the gates to the IITs were already closed for a whopping 91.1 per cent students who fell short of that mark.

Evaluate India and Nepal Students under same admission norms

“The blanket denial of admission to me is contrary to the principles of natural justice and against law,” Sharma stated in protest.