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CBSE Class 12 Results on May 23, 25

May 21st, 2007

CBSE Class 12 Results on May 23, 25 (InTwo Phases- get it through SMS/Email)

CBSE Class 12 results of the Ajmer and Chennai regions will be declared May 23

The results of the other four regions of Delhi, Allahabad, Guwahati and Panchkula will be announced May 25.

You can get the results on your Mobile (SMS) and in Email…Check out:

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New help line for students

May 19th, 2007

New Delhi: The state education department has launched a 24-hour helpline to help students on issues related to exam, career, and relationship etc. Professional counselor at toll free number 1800116888 shall answer the student’s queries. The helpline is joint effort of state education department and NACO.

Depression is commonly observed in students during examination and before the results are declared. Students suffer with depression if they score low in examination than expected or sometimes it is parental or peer pressure. At times, when exam results of different boards are about to declare, the helpline will be extremely helpful to students, parents and educators.

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ICSE 2007 and ISC results today

May 19th, 2007

New Delhi: The results of Indian Council of Secondary Examination (ICSE) and Indian School Certificate (ISC) will be declared on 19th May, 07, Saturday, around 3.00 PM. Approximately, 90 000 students has appeared for Class 10th ICSE, and 44 000 for ISC Class 12th examination. Like other examinations, CICSE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations), the conducting authority for ICSE and ISC examination does not declare toppers, however best performers are judged on the basis of marks scored in the best four subjects. The results will be available on websites www.cisce.indiaresults.com , and www.cisce.examresults.net

Since last many years girls have done well than the boys in ICSE and ISC examination. Last year pass percentage of girls in ICSE was 96.93 percent while pass percentage of boys was 95.29 percent. Similarly, girls also faired better in ISC examination with pass percent 95.96 percent when compared to boys 91.64 percent.

For other Education News log on to Education News India

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BHU PMT 2007 Results Declared !

May 16th, 2007

BHU Results for PMT PAT 2008 Screening

Results for BHU PMT 2007 – an entrance test (All India COMPETITIVE TEST) on all India basis First Stage (BHU PMT – SCREENING held on Wednesday, 9th MAY 2007 at VARANASI, DELHI, Kolkata and Hyderabad Centres has been declared today. PMT – MAIN-2007 to be held on Sunday 17th June at Varanasi Only

Check out : BHU PMT 2007 Results

Related Links : BHU PMT 2007 MBBS Entrance Exam Notification

Medical Entrance Exam Dates & Notification

Medical Entrance Exams (MBBS) Solved Question Papers and MBBS Entrance Test Preparation CDs

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May 7th, 2007

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Management Quota introduced in West Bengal Pvt. Engineering Colleges

May 3rd, 2007
As in other states, the West Bengal government has decided to introduce a management quota in private engineering colleges to be implemented from the current academic session

Students admitted through the quota will be charged tuition fees “much” higher than that for the Regular students

“Ten per cent of the seats in private engineering colleges can be filled up by this quota. We took the decision after discussions with various sections of people associated with engineering education,” declared state higher education minister Sudarshan Ray Chaudhuri.

“The decision will be implemented from the current academic session. An order to this effect will soon be sent to the colleges,” added the minister.

The state government was opposed to the management quota on the grounds that it would allow mediocre students to gain admission in engineering colleges in exchange of money. It abolished the NRI quota in the engineering colleges in 2004.

The government had set Rs 42,000 as the upper limit of annual fees at private engineering colleges. Students who secure admission under the new quota in the 55 private engineering colleges in the state can be charged even four times the amount.

It will be mandatory for students seeking admission under the management quota to appear in the state joint entrance examination. However, they will be able to secure admission in any college regardless of their rank in the entrance test.

States like Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and even Tripura had introduced the quota long back. Fifteen per cent seats are reserved for the quota in most states.

The Students’ Federation of India (SFI), the CPM’s student wing, had proposed the introduction of the quota in January this year. “The private colleges were officially not allowed to charge more than the stipulated fees, but we have evidence that many institutions admitted low-ranked students in exchange of higher fees. Such deals can be checked once the management quota gets introduced,” said Sudip Sengupta, president of the state SFI committee.

The SFI has asked the government to make it compulsory for private engineering colleges to offer free education to students from poor families.

Source: The Telegraph

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Symbiosis Distance Learning – MBA Programs 2007 Admissions

May 2nd, 2007

Admission Details: Symbiosis Center For Distance Learning
Symbiosis Center For Distance Learning (SCDL) has grown exponentially in the last four years attracting students from all states of India and from more than 20 foreign countries.

Two Years Post Graduate Diploma Programs

# Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA)
#Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (PGDIB)
#Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM)
#Post Graduate Diploma in Information Technology (PGDIT)

More Details : Symbiosis Distance Learning – MBA Programs

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Pune University M.Sc. /M.tech Biotechnology Programs for +2 Students

May 2nd, 2007
All India Entrance Test 2007 For Admission To 5 Years Integrated M. Sc. / 6 Years M. Tech. in Biotechnology

Applications are invited for the Entrance Examination for admissions to the Five Years Integrated M. Sc. / Six Years M. Tech. in Biotechnology Program of the University of Pune (Academic year 2007-2008).

Eligibility: Candidates who have passed 10+2 level examination of any recognized Board with Science subjects as a regular student with minimum 60% marks are eligible to apply. For candidates belonging to Reserved Category, the minimum percentage of marks obtained is 55%. Candidates who have appeared for the 10+2 level examination in 2007 are also eligible to appear for the test.
Details:

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