Admissions to 66 post graduate courses for the upcoming academic session 2016 to 2017 has been announced by Delhi University (DU). The online registration for admissions to these courses will be starting today i.e on April 28 and will continue till May 24 midnight. For Each Course separate form need to be submitted.Information once filled
Result of the online exam for paper I and paper II which was conducted on April 9 and April 10, 2016 whereas offline exam which was conducted on April 3 of JEE Mains has been declared. Student can login to any of the below sites to check their results. cbseresults.nic.in cbse.nic.in www.jeemain.nic.in Steps to check
Supreme Court has given decision today in favor of NEET implementation from this year itself. Medical entrance exam in our country is not standard and there were many scams being reported in past few years on state level. To overcome this mess in Medical admission system Supreme court has decided to implement the NEET common
Usually the undergraduate and postgraduate admissions for general courses are being done based on the percentage in school or college. But Patna university has taken decision to conduct faculty wise entrance exam for admission in such courses. This will impact the students largely. Student who wants to take take admission for bachelor course for art
Premier management institute not allowing to aspirants with dyslexia to apply for five-year Integrated Management Programme (IMP) Only people with disabilities low vision blindness, hearing impairment and locomotor disability/cerebral palsy are allowed under the quota for people with disabilities. Previously there was option of other was available in online application form but now that has been removed.
Supreme Court gave a green signal to National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), a common medical entrance test for admissions to MBBS, BDS and PG courses, which was discarded in 2013. Medical Council of India (MCI) is not in favour of conducting the test this year due to time constraints and preparation problems. Maharashtra Government has