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Naval Maritime Academy (NAMAC) Announces Commencement of Second Batch of Deck Cadet Course (October 2017-February 2018) with 100% Assured Placement Assistance

naval maritime academy (namac) announces commencement of second batch of deck cadet course (october 2017-february 2018) with 100% assured placement assistance
*Naval Maritime Academy*, an award winning institute announced the commencement of its Second batch of Deck Cadets course from October 2017 onwards. The First Batch (Jul-Oct 2017) Completed the Course..

Make space for new students in Classes X, XII, CBSE tells schools

As it prepares to launch compulsory public exams for Classes X and XII next year, the CBSE has asked its affiliate schools to create space for new students. In an advisory, KK Choudhury, Central..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Child prodigy! 15-year-old from Firozabad cracks IIT-JEE exam

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Firozabad (Uttar Pradesh), July 04 (ANI): A 15-year-old boy from Uttar Pradesh's Firozabad has cleared IIT-JEE (Advanced) examination and secured admission in mechanical engineering. Abhay Agrawal..
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News video: Girls go on hunger strike demanding school upgradation

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Rewari (Haryana), May 16 (ANI): Girls of a small hamlet in Haryana’s Rewari district sat on a hunger strike demanding upgradation of their village’s school to class XII. Fouji Tej Bahadur..
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No more marks spiking to clear 2018 boards: HRD

The ministry of human resource development (MHRD) on Friday issued an advisory to state education boards and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to stop the practice of spiking of marks in..

India’s First Portal Dedicated to Para-sports Launched

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*Business Wire India* *Saachi Munot, Founder, The Nation’s Pride*In a bid to create awareness about para-sports and provide a platform to para-sportspersons to narrate their stories of triumph and..
Business Wire India

Teen gets hit by train near Welcome, dies

A 17-year-old youth was killed after being hit by a train near the Welcome area in east Delhi on Monday evening. Police said the youth was allegedly walking close to the track with earphones plugged in..

In 'path breaking' initiative, 5 acid attack victims, transgender join Delhi HC staff

Five acid attack victims and a transgender on Wednesday joined their jobs in the Delhi High Court, which, in a unique gesture, gave them employment after their plight was brought to the notice of..

No need for income proof for classes IX-XI: CBSE

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked schools not to insist on I-T returns or other income proofs from parents of students in classes IX to XI. In its latest circular to schools,..
Deccan Herald

Pappu writes expletives, guru gives passing marks!

In an alarming sign of just how apathetically board papers are checked in the state, a class XII general stream student was passed by the teacher assessing his economics paper despite him writing only..

'Won't give in without a fight,' says Kolkata boy suffering blood cancer

Vishal Sharma, the 17-year-old, Class XII student of Khalsa English High School of south Kolkata’s Bhowanipore area is a typical average student of the class who would likes to avoid homework, shirks..

Activist approaches NHRC against Jain couple's monkhood move

Days before a wealthy Jain couple from Madhya Pradesh takes monkhood vows, an activist has sought the intervention of the National Human Rights Commission to stop the initiation ceremony in the..
Deccan Herald

Jain couple to leave minor daughter, Rs 100-cr property for monkhood

A well-educated Jain couple from Madhya Pradesh has decided to leave behind their three-year-old daughter and property "worth Rs 100 crore" to embrace monkhood. Sumit Rathore (35), who has worked in..
Deccan Herald

Mumbai Divisional Board cancels Virar college's registration

The Mumbai Divisional Board has cancelled the registration of Mount Mary Junior College in Virar in connection with the paper leak case in the Class XII board exams which came to light in March this..

Change.Org Petition Demanding that the IRS Investigate the Church of Scientology's Tax Exemption

Jeffrey Augustine, author of The Scientology Money Project, has a Change.org petition demanding the IRS Investigate the Church of Scientology's Tax Exemption. Here are eleven reasons to sign the..

Youth stages abduction to extort Rs 30L from dad in UP

A youth, who failed in class XII, staged his own kidnapping to extort money from father in order to buy a sedan and impress his girlfriend in Firozabad district.

Madhya Pradesh: Hundreds of students clear Class X, XII open school examination without appearing

Hundreds of students in Madhya Pradesh have reportedly cleared Class X and XII open school examination without appearing for it.
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Ensure no agitation takes place over NEET: SC to TN govt

The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Tamil Nadu government to ensure no law and order problem is created due to agitation by various groups or political parties following death of NEET challenger S..
Deccan Herald

CBSE asks its schools to join hands with ITIs in neighbourhood

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has asked its schools to join hands with the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in their neighbourhood to provide vocational programme to students..
Deccan Herald

SC refuses early hearing on PIL for judicial probe into death of NEET aspirant

The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused a plea for early hearing of a PIL for judiciary inquiry into the death of NEET aspirant S Anitha in Tamil Nadu. Petitioner-Advocate G S Mani mentioned his PIL..
Deccan Herald

SC asks Maha why St Xavier's College denied admission to student for Aadhaar

The Supreme Court has asked Maharashtra government to explain why a student was denied admission to Mumbais prestigious St Xavier's College due to inability to furnish Aadhaar card. A bench of..
Deccan Herald

PIL filed in SC seeking judicial probe into death of NEET aspirant Anitha

A PIL was filed in the Supreme Court on Tuesday for judiciary inquiry into the death of NEET aspirant S Anitha in Tamil Nadu. Petitioner-Advocate G S Mani also sought direction from the court to the..
Deccan Herald

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