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VITEEE 2017 online registration extended to March 15

Here comes some good news for VIT aspirants! VIT University (VIT), Vellore  has extended the application deadline for  VIT Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE 2017)   till Wednesday, March 15, 2017. The  VITEEE  2017 being conducted by VIT University (VIT), Vellore  will be held from  Wednesday, April 05, 2017 to Sunday, April 16, 2017 in 119 cities for taking admission to Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) program for the academic year 2017. The exam will be conducted 3 sessions per day. Candidates can apply online   with softcopy...

Australia gets record breaking enrolments of International Students in 2016

Australia is quite appeased with the figures which clearly show the satisfaction of International students. The rise in number shows the popularity of Australia as a study destination. Every 9 out of 10 students had a great experience while studying in Australia. Most of the international students are satisfied with their experience in Australia. As per the stats of the Department of Education and Trade, the international student number rose by 10% last year to make it 554,179. In 2016, the enrolments in across all sectors have touched 712,884 which is 10.9% more than of last year. ...

Top Coaching Institutes in India for Engineering Entrance Exams

Are you dreaming of getting admission in a best Engineering College in India? But, how is this possible when there are lot more students and may be, they have more experience or better marks than you have! Engineering is one of the most sought professional courses today, as it offers tremendous career opportunities across IT, science and engineering to the students. In India, there are many competitive engineering entrance exams are conducted every year at both national and state level for selecting most skilled and efficient candidates for admission into top leading institutions. The most...

Top Engineering Colleges in Chennai

Chennai, being known for its historical, cultural and traditional elements has bagged a reputed position for having vast educational institutions in South India. The capital city of Tamil Nadu is not only the 4th largest city but also is ranked with a 90.33% literacy rate among Indian metropolitan city centers. In short, Chennai is becoming one of the popular destinations for engineering students in India. Let’s have a look at the top engineering colleges in Chennai based on factors like infrastructure, academic excellence, placement services and campus facilities. 1. Indian...

Medical Admissions in Gujarat will be on Pro-rata basis based on NEET score

The Gujarat state government has declared that the admissions in medical and dental colleges for the academic session 2017-18 will be conducted on pro-rata basis under National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) .  The announcement has comforted the aspiring medical students of Gujarat Board.        Shankar Chaudhary, Gujarat Health Minister mentioned that the conclusion has been made because many parents made numerous depictions to the government regarding the matter. The state government had launched NEET curriculum in schools to make sure that...

No Cap on Visa for Indian students to study in UK

There will be no restriction on visa for Indian students to study in the United Kingdom (UK). The UK shed light on the announcement on Tuesday, February 20, 2017 that now Indian students are free to access world-class education in UK’s best universities. The British High Commissioner to India Dominic Asquith illustrated that the UK has declared 600 Scholarships for Indian students aspiring to pursue higher education in the UK. Dominic Asquith clarified that the UK has no constraints on Visas for students from India or anywhere else. All are considered equal. Whosoever visits UK...

FMS Delhi Admissions 2017: 2160 candidates shortlisted for PI

The shortlist of candidates for MBA admissions has been announced by Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), University of Delhi for the academic year 2017. The shortlisted candidates have to appear for the next level of admission process comprising of Extempore/Personal Interview (PI). For the list of candidates for MBA admissions, please click here . DU will conduct the PI for the shortlisted candidates from April 10, 2017 to April 17, 2017 . An additional 3% of the maximum aggregate marks shall be awarded to the women candidates who appear for the interview. The...

37 more seats for PG Medical in Andhra Pradesh

Medical Students in Andhra Pradesh have got a reason to be happy about. As the state will have 37 more PG medical seats from this academic year itself. Both teachers and students have embraced the decision. The step is taken in a positive direction and will benefit Medical students. However, as per the sources, 31 PG Medical seats have been allotted to the neighboring state Telangana. As per the source, Centre has allotted the seats to Government Medical College in Anantapur and Great Eastern Medical School and Hospital in Srikakulam in both clinical and non-clinical departments. The order...

Manipal University initiates Virtual Classroom

Nowadays, technology in the classroom plays a major role in learning.  Acknowledging technology as an important teaching tool, Manipal University   initiated the virtual classroom at Sir M V Seminar Hall, Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT)   on Monday, February 20, 2017 . Dr Ranjan Pai, CEO and MD, Manipal Education and Medical Group (MEMG), Bengaluru inaugurated the online classroom giving a live display and recommended the students to reap the benefits of technology to deepen their knowledge. The Manipal group campuses in Dubai, Sikkim and Jaipur will be...

UGC grants autonomy to Open Universities for Short Term and Certification Courses

The latest pronouncement by University Grants Commission (UGC) regarding the grant for autonomy to certificate and short-term diploma courses has invited a predominant discussion. According to the decree made in December 2016, autonomy is awarded to Central as well as State Open Universities (SOUs) to certificate and start short-term diploma courses. It is believed to be an approaching progress towards decentralization. The decision is ambiguous as private institutes have protested that the UGC has not given freedom to them. The  Indira Gandhi National Open...

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