Category Archives: Education

Both govt and private varsities cannot increase fees on their own, says SC

Government and private universities cannot increase their fees arbitrarily without getting the approval of the fee fixation committee, the Supreme Court has held. The court’s judgement came after about 150 students filed a petition questioning Tamil Nadu’s Annamalai University’s move to hike the fees for the MBBS course for the 2013-2014 academic session. A bench… Read More »

NEET 2017 Results

The Central Board of Education is set to announce the tentative results for NEET 2017 in the 1st week of June, 2017. The Board will conduct the entrance examination of NEET 2017 in the 1st week of May, 2017, and will release the list of  candidates who obtain the minimum required marks in the entrance examination.… Read More »

Pave The Way For A Bright Career With An Online BBA

Bachelor of Business Administration, or BBA, is a three-year graduation course that gives you an insight into the world of business studies and management. BBA can prove to be a great degree if you plan to take up managerial roles in the future. Nowadays, almost every sector requires people possessing business and management skills and… Read More »

AIPMT Syllabus 2017

AIPMT or All India Pre Medical / Pre Dental Entrance Test 2017 is the very well known entrance examination for the students who wants to join Medical (MBBS) or Dental (BDS) after their class 12th examination. It’s the national level entrance examination organized every year and a huge number of students appear in this exam… Read More »

How JEE Main Rank is Calculated ?

As we all know that JEE Main 2016 is just a day away and final revision is going on. So students should be fully aware of the expected cut offs and how the rank is calculated. This exam will make you one step forward towards your dream college like IITs, NITs or GFTIs. But for… Read More »

ICHR has 6 special research projects in hand

The Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR) is carrying out six special research projects including compilation of a ‘Dictionary of Martyrs: India’s Freedom Struggle’, which began in 2009 and is expected to be completed by this December end.  In a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Human Resource Development (HRD) minister Smriti… Read More »