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JEE Advanced to go completely online from next year

JEE Advanced to go completely online from next year

The joint entrance exam (JEE-Advanced), the gateway to prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), will be conducted completely online from next academic year. It is been done to make logistics and evaluations easier. The Joint Admission Board (JAB) took this decision on Sunday. JAB is responsible for laying down the[Read More…]

IISc ranks first in the list of top Universities in the country

Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister on Monday released the ‘India Ranking Report 2017’. The Ministry has given the list of the top universities, best management, engineering and pharmacy colleges. Indian Institute of Science has retained its number one rank in the list of top universities in India. “Among Indian institutes,[Read More…]

Extra credits for students backing cashless economy

University Grants Commission has sent a circular to higher educational institutions, asking them to encourage students to join the centre’s cashless economy campaign by educating the common man on different modes of digital payments. Students participating in government’s cashless economy campaign will be rewarded with extra credits from December 12,[Read More…]

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