Over 10,000 Apply For IIT Madras’ Online BSc In Programming And Data Science

  Statistics provided by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, or commonly called IIT Madras, reveal that as many as 10,000 students have registered for the undergraduate (UG) online degree in Programming and Data Science as on August 8. The online programme was launched on June 30 by the institute. IIT Madras had opened theapplication window for the online registration of students to the BSc programme on August 3. Students seeking admission to the online BSc Degree in Programming and Data Science at IIT madras can apply online at onlinedegree.iitm.ac.in till…

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Odisha Class 12 Science Results 2020: 3 Points On Marking Scheme For Cancelled Exams

  The Council for Higher Secondary Education (CHSE), Odisha, will announce the Class 12th Science results tomorrow at 12:30 pm. As many as 98,536 students took the Odisha board Class 12th exams scheduled from March 3, 2020. The CHSE +2 practical exams were held between January 27 and February 5. However, a few papers of Odisha Class 12th exams scheduled after March 23 had to be cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19. The council therefore will award the students marks on the basis of an alternative marking scheme developed for this year only,…

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Karnataka SSLC Result 2020 Date And Time: KSEEB To Announce 10th Result Tomorrow At 3 PM

  Karnataka SSLC result 2020 will be announced tomorrow, August 10, at 3 pm. Soon after the official announcement, students will be able to check their result from karresults.nic.in and the official website of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board, kseeb.kar.nic.in. Candidates will be required to use their roll numbers as mentioned in the admit card or hall ticket to check the Karnataka SSLC examination result 2020.   Karnataka SSLC result 2020 date and time was confirmed by Karnataka Education Minister S Suresh Kumar. Earlier, an official from KSEEB told NDTV…

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Tamil Nadu Agricultural University: Application For Undergraduate Programmes Starts

  The Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, or TNAU, Coimbatore, has opened the application window for admission to undergraduate courses. Students seeking admission to the university in Agricultural Science programmes and Agricultural Technology programmes can apply online at the website till September 17. The university has also provided a provision to correct the TNAU UG online application form. Students can modify the details and edit the already filled-in application form between September 18 and September 20. Details of admission procedure including application, courses, curriculum, reservation policy and scholarship are mentioned in…

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JNU Secures Over Rs 450 Cr Aid From Higher Education Funding Agency

JNU Secures Over Rs 450 Cr Aid From Higher Education Funding Agency The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has secured a financial assistance of Rs 455.02 crore from the Centre’s Higher Education Funding Agency (HEFA) for construction of new academic buildings, hostels and research centres. The funds will also be used for establishment of Advanced Animal Research Facility, which will be useful for carrying out research on communicable, non-communicable and rare diseases including infectious agents such as novel coronavirus, JNU vice-chancellor M Jagdesh Kumar said. Besides, the funds will also be…

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Online Courses In Sports Physiotherapy And Sports Nutrition From August 24

  The Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports (NSNIS) Patiala, and Centre for Sports Science-Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research (CSS-SRIHER) Chennai have signed an agreement to jointly conduct six- month certificate courses in sports science subjects — sports physiotherapy and sports nutrition — to train athletes and strengthen “grassroot-level sports ecosystem”. The courses aim to give an opportunity to young qualified professionals working in the field of sports science to further specialise in their areas of expertise. A statement issued on this said: “These courses are aimed…

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CIPET JEE 2020 Admit Card Released; Check How To Download

  The Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology, or CIPET, has released the CIPET JEE admit cards on the official website — eadmission.cipet.gov.in. Candidates can download the CIPET Joint Entrance Exam, CIPET JEE, admit card by logging-in at the website with mobile numbers and dates of birth till the date of the entrance exam. The CIPET JEE 2020 admit card mentions details of the candidates, the date and time of the examination and the CIPET JEE 2020 exam centre. CIPET JEE is held for admission to various diploma, post…

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3 Benefits of Becoming a Licensed Contractor

If you want to branch out and be your own boss in the construction industry, then you will need to be licensed as a contractor. This helps you avoid everything from dissatisfied customers to fines. For instance, housing construction projects in most states are considered illegal without a licensed contractor. There are other main benefits to getting your contractor’s license such as earning more, gaining credibility and having a flexible career path. Increased Earning Potential Once you take the exam and become licensed, you have an increased earning potential. This…

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DU’s Responsibility To Provide Scribes To Visually Impaired Students For Online Exams: HC

  The Delhi High Court Thursday made it clear that it is the responsibility of Delhi University to make available scribes for visually impaired students or else the process of online Open Book Examinations (OBE) for final year undergraduate courses would be a “mockery” for them.   A bench of Justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad directed the Delhi University (DU) to clarify the position on arrangement of scribes for students in persons with disability (PwD) category by the next date of hearing on August 5. While the varsity maintained…

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NSUI Files Plea In Karnataka High Court To Postpone KCET

  The National Students’ Union of India, affiliated to the India National Congress Party, has filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) to postpone the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) Scheduled to begin from July 30. NSUI’s plea comes against the backrdrop of students urging the state government to postpone KCET exams keeping in view of the health concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. NSUI Karnataka, through its official social media handle, said: “NSUI Karnataka has filed a PIL in the respected High Court of Karnataka requesting to intervene and postpone…

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