LSAT-India to become main entrance tests for prestigious law schools

LSAT-India

A number of prestigious law schools and universities all over India announced that they will use the Law School Admission Test LSAT-India scores for admission, bringing the total number of such institutions to 60. Global Law School Admission Council (LSAC) is one of the leading legal tests for students and graduates of law admissions in the country.

It assesses critical thinking, logical reasoning and problem-solving skills necessary to succeed in law school.The test will be conducted on May 17 of this year in 16 cities across India.Well-known law schools, including Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, VIT law school – Chennai, RGSOIPL – IIT Kharagpur, UPES, Dehradun, Alliance University Law School – Bangalore and Sharda University Greater Noida took the LSAT-India scores for admission to universities and now more institutions are also associated with the LSAT-India.

These include the faculty of law, SGT University, Gurgaon; lovely Professional University, Phagwara; the law faculty of SRM University, Sonipat; Raffles law school, Raffles University, Jaipur; IFIM College of law, Bangalore; school of law, Saveetha University, Chennai; CMR law school, Bangalore; DISHA College of law, Raipur; school of law, Jagran-lake city, University, Bhopal, MP.

University of Mysore signs Pact with Japan varsity for research cooperation

University of Mysore seeks to extend its activities at the international level as it intends to join the League universities. On Thursday, it has signed a Memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Japan-based Hokkaido University for the promotion of research activities

Five-year Pact will allow the exchange of faculty and research staff, student exchange and sharing of training materials and publications. The Pact will focus on the life Sciences.VC K S Rangappa and President of Hokkaido University Keizo Yamaguchi signed a Memorandum of understanding, which can be renewed after five years, if one of the two universities decided to put an end to this.

Rangappa said that Japan University is one of the oldest universities and cooperation will help the two varsities to achieve high results in their studies and research.

Rangappa said about 25 students from varsity pursue their doctoral and post-doctoral studies in Japan.He said that students from Hokkaido University will come here, where some short-term exchange programs have been introduced to facilitate foreign students to participate in research in their subjects.

Yamaguchi Thanked the University of Mysore for collaboration, which, according to him, will contribute to the development of academic relations in the field of life Sciences. Meanwhile, University of Mysore leads a team of scientists from India, Japan and Ethiopia, which are involved in research for early diagnosis of cancer and lifestyle diseases, including diabetes.

Karnataka to make changes in the RTE rules to teach in Kannada

Having suffered a series of legal setbacks, the Karnataka government has decided to amend the rules concerning the right of children to free and compulsory education (RTE) act 2009 to make Kannada medium of instruction up to class 5. Bill will be introduced in the Parliament in the beginning of the session on Monday.

The Cabinet unanimously decided on Thursday to amend the Karnataka right of children to free and compulsory education rules, 2012, issued in accordance with state policy. The curative petition is pending in the Supreme Court order on medium of instruction.

The Cabinet took the decision after the SC quashed the state government policy on Kannada, which should be compulsory medium of instruction in primary schools. Later, the court overturned the petitions, forcing the government file a curative petition.

Now, the government is faced with the rejection of the curative petition seeking relook in some aspects he was raised, but were not considered in the SC final verdict on language policy.

British Council kicks off IELTS awards for 2015

British Council kicks off IELTS awards for 2015

The British Council has declared the commencement of the British Council IELTS (International English Language Testing System) award for 2015. To mark the landmark of IELTS 25th birthday, this year ten awards will be offered to Indian students to help them Finance the cost of studying abroad. British Council IELTS Awards will give a total of Rs 3.9 million in education awards to students from across South Asia, as well as for the first time, students in Bhutan and Nepal.

“British Council IELTS Awards have been designed to help Indian students to pursue higher education abroad once they took the first step, confirming their level of English language ability with IELTS,” said Sarah Deverall, Director of examinations in India and serving clients in South Asia, British Council.

Over the past five years, 40 students from all over India received a British Council IELTS awards for various courses around the world, including dramatic arts in the UK, the law of the United States and technology in Germany, among many others.

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Students to display English language skills

Students to display English language skills

About 25 children and adults undergoing pioneering course in functional English grammar, developed by the independent educator M S Renjith, will demonstrate their language skills before the academic community in Azhikode village.

Well-known academician R V G Menon, Director of the Centre for adult continuing education and extension (CACEE) from the University of Kerala K R Supriya, N C Haridas Malayalam Aikya Vedi and M Shajarkhan-India save education Committee will be among the panel that will appraise students.

This is the second stage Renjith enlightening experiment on functional grammar takes place. This time, the adults were also included along with children of school age. Functional grammar training course and its accomplishment was first reported in 2013.

Public school students in Vilappil Grama panchayath were inoculated with approximately 42 hours of grammar lessons in the first phase. In the open forum, these students put plus II students and even students in English literature far behind from the point of view of English grammar.

After frequent requests, the education Minister P K Abdu slave ordered the then Director of public instruction (DPI) to look Renjith in teaching methodology.

Director of Public Instruction asked the district centre: English (DCE) to oversee gives a course in public schools in Manacaud and Peroorkada.

Panchayat Union primary school in Vannakambadi commemorates diamond jubilee

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Panchayat Union primary school, Vannakambadi accomplished sixty years on 16 January. It celebrated his diamond jubilee and offered the school supporter scheme on January 26.

N Subramanian, a retired Railway officer, was the chief Guest. He and his wife contributed Rs.12, 000 to the schemes. They donated fifty sets of folded wall map to 48 students in Tamil, each set containing the world, India and Tamil Nadu map. The function was chaired by the head of school mistress grace Padmini. Parents, villagers, Panchayat Union members and the assistant educational officer were present at the ceremony.

IITs & GIAN to get an education-cooperation agreement

Education finds a small but significant place in India and the United State’s joint statement. As previously reported, the second time HRD Ministry’s initiative to create a global initiative academic network (Gian) finds mention in the text. During the evening Narendra modi visit to the United States in September, Jan mentioned as an important step forward in cooperation in the field of education.

Another highlight is that the U.S. decision to expand knowledge partnership for the support of the Indian Institute of technology, Gandhinagar (IIT-GN). Joint Declaration of intent has already been signed between the HRD Ministry and USAID. The partnership will strengthen research and entrepreneurship opportunities.

Ministry officials said that the model of cooperation will be made between the U.S. and India. In the case of IIT-GN, India does not ask for financial assistance. But, as in the case of IIT-Kanpur, USAID will help to create a consortium that will attract the best minds from American universities to help IIT-GN, which was established in UPA rule.

In the case of GAIN, 1000 American scientists of both science and the Humanities will be coming to India to teach at Central state-funded institutions, like Central universities, IITs, IIMS and other. In the HRD Ministry makes the scheme attractive from the point of view of remuneration and facilities. Currently, the Ministry will spend just about Rs 8 crore per teacher for one semester. This includes compensation and cost of living

Higher education to help rural India in the course of technology

Aimed at encouraging higher education institutions to deal with the problems of rural India sanitation and hygiene, water supply, health and education, and provide appropriate solutions for them, the government has recently launched Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA) which can lead to a radical change in the country, if the technology is relevant, reliable and affordable,” experts say.

The programme was launched on 11 November 2014, National education day, which also marked the anniversary of the birth of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first in India, the Minister of education.

Under the UBA, 18 institutions of higher education were invited including IITs at Bombay, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Bhubaneswar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, India, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Madras, Kharagpur, Mandi, Patna, Roorkee and Ropar, BHU Varanasi and Indian Institute of science education and research, Bhopal, and Malviya National Institute of technology, Jaipur.

According to the UBA website, 70% of India’s population lives in rural areas engaged in agricultural Economics, agriculture and related industries employ 51% of the workforce, but they accounted for only 17 percent of GDP. Every institution has adopted a village, where it will work. While IIT Delhi took 32 sat in front of Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, IIT Bombay took 27 villages and IIT Madras 11 villages.

Parents are in a fix over the age limit for kindergartens

Days after the state to set a minimum age of three years for entry to the nursery, there is no end to confusion. “We were told that the admission forms will be available on Friday, and age is was three and a half years in June, but when we arrived at school to pick up forms today he changed the age requirements and now our son is not eligible for Junior kg,” said Atul Kamble, parent. Kamble recognized his son in a private nursery in Zion a year ago. “Under the new rule, our son will have to repeat the year in the nursery,” said Kamble.

Schools who have finished the admission in advance and the Ministry have not yet decided about the students already admitted. Experts say that there must be a way to control private preschool institutions. “As they are not regulated by government authority, it is difficult to provide them following the Age limit. If not, then the children will have problems when they want to seek admission in class I, “said Asha Varma, chief coordinator (preschool), Children Academy.

Arunachal Pradesh starts the web-based educational program

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Arunachal Pradesh on Friday became the first state in the country to start on the web-based enlightening program for all schools in association with Google. Baptized as chief Minister, the program “global education”, the education system will initially be launched in 50-100 schools more than 7,000 schools in the state and later extended to other stages.

The system is a solution designed for teachers and students through Chromebooks to bring the power in the web class. The system will provide free tools to enhance performance, to simplify and save time in class, Gmail, documents, in addition to providing thousands of teacher-approved apps, books and videos using laptops and tablets.

The chief Minister urged the officials of the Department of education to work for making the program successful formulation of the problem and said the new concept will become the flagship programme of the state government.

Even defenders are against FYUP choice based credit system

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Delhi University Academic Council passed the Commission for choice based credit system (CBCS) and its implementation indirectly — but the greatest amount of disagreement for a long time – 15

Although many argue, CBCS with its Foundation courses and the promise of flexibility is, in fact FYUP on a large scale, even many supporters of the disastrous four years of undergraduate not Vice-Chancellor at this time.

Other than the six members of the AC — from the left democratic teachers Front and Samajwadi Shikshak Manch and Sambhavana — he also objected to FYUP, there were differences even among academics for action and development (Misra), had protested most vehemently against rollback FYUP, going as seats in a hunger strike at the gates of the vice regal Lodge and the filing of a claim in the Supreme Court.

On Wednesday, two of its members In AC – Rajesh K. Jha (former member of the standing Committee on FYUP) and Sadhna Sharma (who helped with course design) – agreed on CBCS, using the same arguments in their dissent note that detractors FYUP made against it.

His dissent note – also signed Sanjay Kumar and AM Khan INTEC argues that the Ministry of HRD, letter DU to create a Committee on CBCS is “an attack on statutory jurisdiction ka CBCS came to DU in a dramatic way and in a non-consultative way” and that “this proposal should be [Sent] departmental councils / boards staff / faculties”.

Gogoi to improve the quality of education in Assam

Chief Minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi directed the district and block officials of the education system to improve the level and quality of education in the state. When opening a two-day state conference on education planning and administration of the district and block education officers of Assam, Gogoi asked the staff to put their efforts and energy on improving the quality of education.

Simple registration is not enough. Efforts should be aimed at improving the level and quality of education. As our children are our property, the responsibility lies on your shoulders. Gogoi also said proper evaluation of the performance of the officials of the district and block levels will be incentives given to those who work well and even sent to good educational institutions abroad for training.

Stressing the need to strengthen the capacity of teachers, improving the quality of education, Gogoi said his government will create an Institute along the lines of the National University of educational planning and Administration and tie with good institutions to impart quality teacher training. Gogoi also stressed the need for proper management and planning to achieve the desired changes in the education scenario.

India should learn from the UK to defend authors: Mark Tully

India has a huge pool of authors of the literature in the country, but it should learn how to protect them and their work from the attack of polyphonic forces, said by expert journalist and author mark Tully.

While giving an interview on the sidelines of the ongoing literary festival in Jaipur, Tully said-in the UK or in the USA, any author can say ten different things, positive or negative, about Jesus Christ, not raising eyebrows or affecting the glory of Jesus, but the same thing cannot happen in India. People take things too personally, and the law allows them to do this.

Talley, who covered India for more than 30 years for BBC, also expressed worry about freedom of speech during the session on the first day of the festival. In India those who don’t like books or a specific text, has all the rights to take it to the streets, burning books, the attack of the authors and much more. Unfortunately, the law also provides for a ban on such texts and does not protect authors that in India, where the need to learn from the UK”, he said.

80-year-old journalist thinks that the difference between “real critics” and “offensive criticism” is not clear in India.

Credit programs approved on the background of dispute in the DU

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Delhi University Academic Council was unpredictably adjourned and then gathered again on Wednesday once again after several members had already left. Discussion was held on the “special case” where the Vice-Chancellor, outraged by an alleged member of the conversation “interrupted the meeting to some other day”. After it was convened by the Scientific Council decided to form a Committee to study the high court on a special chance.

The resumed meeting lasted until late in the evening because of the lengthy discussions on CBCS. According to sources, the decision to implement it in accordance with the UGC instruction was adopted with 14 contras – more than any at the moment FYUP.

 

India reduces the number of out of-school children- almost 16 million over 2 years: UN

India was able to decrease its number of out of school children virtually 16 million between 2000 and 2012, driving progress in South Asia, but it still has 1.4 million children do not attend primary school as mentioned in the report of the United Nations said.

Much of the global progress since 2000, reducing the number of school children was due to a small number of countries, with India alone, plummeting the number of-school children-nearly 16 million between 2000 and 2011.

In relative terms, 42 countries were able to more than halve the number of primary-school children in the period between 2000 and 2012, including Algeria, Burundi, Cambodia, Ghana, India, Iran, Morocco, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Rwanda, Vietnam, Yemen and Zambia.

However, despite this impressive progress in many countries, about nine percent of all children of primary school age around the world — eight percent of boys and 10% girls still out of school in 2012. The majority, 31 of 58 million school children were girls. In India, 58.81 million girls and 63.71 million boys of primary school age. As at 2011, 1.4 million children of primary school age do not attend school in India, with 18% of girls in schools and 14% of boys.

India is currently the largest recipient of UK govt scholarships, beats China

The government of the United Kingdom will increase the global scholarship funding for Indian students by four times over the next two years, making India the largest recipient in the world, replacing China, Minister-Counsellor (political and press), British high Commission, Andrew Soper stated.

Soper and Director of the British Council (South India) Mei-kwei Barker were in Puducherry to participate in the seminar on January 21 as part of the UK campaign to enlighten students, academics and local authorities the opportunity to receive higher education in the UK.

Soper said the UK government funding (Chevening scholarships for Indian students, which was 600 000 pounds (about 5 crore rupees) in 2013-14, rose to 1.6 million pounds (about Rs 15 crore in 2014-15 and will affect 2.4 million pounds (approx Rs 22.5 crore) at the end of the 2015-16 financial year.

Chevening is the UK government’s fully-funded scholarship for one year master’s degree for bright graduates and for short-term programmes for exceptional mid-career professionals. Soper mentioned that the UK increased 750 scholarship programs worth 1.51 million pounds (roughly Rs 15 crore) for India in the last two years.

The British government started focusing on rising economies in the world, counting India, Brazil, Turkey and Mexico apart from China, to extend scholarships to bright students in an effort to invite them to pursue higher education in the UK.

Soper added that research activity, jointly funded by the UK and Indian institutions, which was less than one million pounds (about Rs 9.35 crore) three years ago, crossed the 150 million pounds (Rs 1,400 crore) this year. The British Council also announced a new program, “generation UK’, which aims to reach 25 000 students from the UK to India in the next five years. For the purpose of promoting India as a destination in the UK among young people to study and gain work experience, develop employability skills.

The number of CBSE schools increased two times in 5 years in Tamil Nadu

The number of CBSE schools in the state of Tamil Nadu has more than doubled over the past five years. In 2010, about 250 schools from the state it was registered in the Central Board of secondary education (CBSE), a number that has now touched 580.

Senior CBSE official in Chennai said that the application for membership in the Council was in the last two years. “In 2013 and 2014, we gave belonging to almost 150 schools across Tamil Nadu. We received the largest number of applications over the last two years,” said the official.

Chennai and Kolkata have the most CBSE schools in the state. The two cities account for over one third of schools. Chennai has about 100 CBSE schools, there are about 80 in and around Coimbatore, the Council said.

The population growth associated with the implementation of Samacheer Kalvi curriculum aimed at ensuring a uniform education to the state Board, matriculation, Eastern and Anglo-Indian schools in the state. Samacheer Kalvi implemented under the Tamil Nadu education, 2010, received a mixed reaction, especially from private matriculation school of management.

Another reason for mushrooms CBSE schools in the state is a combined IIT-JEE programs that they offer. “In IIT-JEE training, CBSE schools, to equip students who wish to study outside Tamil Nadu and competitive exams,” said Uma Gopalakrishnan, educational consultant based in Chennai

DU to start comprehensive open online courses

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The University of Delhi is all ready to launch into a series of massive open online courses (MOOC) later this month.MOOC is a system aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. This is not always quantified as formal education, but also provides a platform to study the quality of institutions offering courses from them, typically for free.

“DU will proffer several MOOC, which will be open and available for everyone around the world. “The first course in the sequence will be ‘India in the 21st century’ and It will comprise 10 lectures that will be delivered to the Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Singh himself”, he added.

Students taking admission in a MOOC in DU will be issued a certificate for the short term, but non credit courses, subject to the approval of varsity Academic Council (AC) that the meeting tomorrow. The goal of this proposal is to show the power of technology and its efficiency in ensuring good teaching and learning. Students and community members can get the varsity course in the course of the Internet.

Good News for 70,000 students, likely to get degree immediately

Nearly 70 thousand students of Rajasthan Ramachandran Jagadguru University of Sanskrit will soon get a degree as University Administration has begun the process of printing of degrees. Since 2006, the University did not print degrees and the students have been facing trouble because of that.

Now the University has issued a tender for the printing of outstanding degrees. According to the Administration’s, the process will get completed in this month and degrees will be distributed soon. This year, Establishment day will be organized in Sanskrit University.

Success in CA final exams increases gradually

Pass rates in accounting final exams has steadily risen in the last two issues. In November 2014 exams, 8.23% of the candidates passed at the national level, and 7.29% in March 2014 exams. In November 2013, the passing score was simply 3.11%. Institute of chartered accountants of India (ICAI) announced in November 2014 results on Monday.

More than 36,000 students appeared in the final exam. The highest scorer of Maharashtra is Santosh Nankani (22) Nandurbar with 69.13%; national rank three. The rank is shared Nikita Goel from the choir. Vijender the Aggarwal from Gurgaon, topped 69.75% and Pooja Pareek from Ahmedabad stood second with 69.50%.

JK Shah, CA, Institute of coaching, said that the results are not better. “This must be the perfect student success, clearing the professional examinations like CA. Quality assessment, it seems, had to be restored.”

Prafulla Chhajed, Vice-Chairman of the Board of studies, ICAI, said: “Although we have no record of the number of students who do not have a formal degree, such a possibility cannot be ruled out. Some students that focus can lead CA after class XII.” Students usually complete the entrance test (CPT) and midterm exam (IPCC), and then article ship before the final.

 

Stem India plans Rs 3,000 crore on 100 schools

The stem Academy India today said it will open 100 schools over the next 10 years across the country to attract investment of Rs 2,500-3,000 crore. “We have previously acquired land for eight locations in, Howrah, Baruipur, Rajarhat, Guwahati, Bikaner and Jaipur. These schools will operate in the next three years,” stem of India Chairman Vinod Dugar told PTI at the inauguration of the first world stem school Barrackpore in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal.

Stem teaching method is adopted from US to assist students to promote greater interest among young kids in science and maths. Cynthia in Brickton, regional inspector DeKalb County schools, Georgia, USA, said that the stem is an acronym for science, technology, engineering, mathematics and education integrate these four factors promote the experience of the real world, the stem Academy India is a section 25 company.

Bhopal schools lack computers as the government provided laptops for children

Shivraj Singh Chouhan government has delivered on its promise not to distribute laptops to meritorious students of the state examination within the last six years, but failed to provide computer technology in public schools that benefit all students.

While the government has distributed cheques 17000 students to purchase laptops, barely 4% of schools in the state have computers that are falling too, since 2010, according to ASER 2014 report by the NGO Pratham published earlier this week. There is a consistent drop in percentage from 2010, when 7.5% of schools have computers in their rooms. Thus, the number decreased to 7.1% in 2011, and then by 4.8% in 2013, says the report.

Since 2009, 16,896 deserving students received cheques of Rs 25,000 each on Chouhan for the purchase of computers and laptops after they have provided more than 85% in class XII. The percentage of availability of computers in public schools in MP is not only well below the national average of 19.6%, which is much worse than in other BIMARU States barring, which is 2.2%. However, the worst performing state pan-India Chhattisgarh has only 0.5% of schools have computers.

HC sets a new deadline for payment of the regulatory body in MP

The MP high court has given two weeks’ time to make up fee regulatory authority for private schools. Previously, MPHC was sent to the state government to take a conclusion on January 16 regulatory fee structure in aid and independent private schools.

On Friday, the double bench of Justice Rajendra Menon and justice Rajendra Mahajan States gave the government a last chance for the components of the charge regulator. Petitioner senior activist PG Najpandey told TOI that they have asked the court in a regulatory body will be established before the next training session, which will begin in March-April.

Najpandey also said that the state government during the hearing of the contempt petition in September last year presented that it was in the process of developing rules. However, even after two months, the government does not do this after a fresh petition in the Supreme Court was filed back in November of last year.

Further, the contempt was also filed a motion after school education Department took no action at the high court on 7 April 2014, when MPHC asked the applicant to furnish a representation of the school education Department of the Constitution charges the regulatory Committee.

Although the state government is assumed to form a Committee headed by a former high court judge for the study of school fees and related issues in 2009, the fact remains that, despite five years have passed, there is no such Committee or body was made in the state.

1,571 nursery seats for special children

In the Department of education documents, there are at least 229 schools in Delhi that can teach students with any form of disability or the other. In schools that have disclosed this information to the DOE, there are over 1,571 nursery seats for children under the “special needs” category-some schools exclusively for children with disabilities, the rest are in mainstream. In DOE Downloaded data on seats, Category of disability, the school may process and fees collected from schools in the past year on its web site for job seekers, for use as a reference.

Both the National progressive schools ‘ conference and the action Committee for independently documented private schools mentioned children with special needs in their recommendations. While several schools mentioned the children in their nursery admission rules to start, even for those that have a reservation for this category is implemented differently. In some places for this group are located outside the 25% EWS-DG (economically weaker section of the unprotected categories) categories. In Springdale’s, Pusa Road, for example, there are three places for disabled candidates who are not part of the 25% EWS quota. “Typically, we get a great deal of applications from this group each year, more than 50,”-stated by Principal Ameeta Mulla Wattal.

Some schools have carved a 3% reservation of 25% EWS-DG one, as the children with special needs (or CWSN) are one of the “vulnerable groups”; it was recommended in the action of the Committee’s recommendations. Lawyer-activist Khagesh JHA, however, indicates that “Kendriya Vidyalayas did the same thing, but this rule was overturned by the Supreme Court.” “The school seems to be very confused to reserve places,” says JHA.

GSHSEB to send observers for the practical examinations, held across Gujrat

Gujarat secondary and higher secondary education Board has decided to send observers and teams for the practical examinations and the subject examinations conducted in schools. Council meeting on Monday decided that they will send observers, because they are afraid that many schools do not conduct examinations or some give higher grades to their students.

Officials said that during the meeting it was decided that for the practical exam is conducted for schools, teacher training will be held in the near future on the label. It was also decided that the Council will send observers to each school to check how examinations are conducted and how the marking was done by the teachers.

Officials said that the Council was also given to understand that and practice. Practice elective exams should be completed in February and these signs must be submitted to the Council by the first week of March. GSHSEB officials stated that the Council has directed that the exams for class X must be conducted in February, while the practical examination semester IV (chemistry, physics and biology) must also be completed before the end of February.

Board officials said that music and computers exams for class XII General Flow should be completed in February and these signs send by March 10. Officials said that the practical examination semester II will be held in late April.

Melbourne University has signed an MOU with IIM Ahmedabad

The Melbourne University signed a Memorandum of understanding with the Indian Institute of management in Ahmedabad (IIM-A) for students and faculty exchange programs. The Memorandum was signed by Andrew Robb, the Australian Minister for trade and investment in IIM-last Saturday. The program was kicked off in 2012.

According to sources, the Minister interacted with the students and made a tour of the IIM campus together with the delegation, which included the Australian high Commissioner to India, Patrick suckling, Secretary of the Australian Department of foreign Affairs and trade Peter Varghese, Australian Consul from Mumbai, mark Pearce, among others.

Schools and colleges free from tobacco by January 26

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Beware! Now Smoking can cost you big if you smoke in the presence of a school or College. Students, faculty, and staff of schools and colleges, consuming tobacco, now have to pay 500 rupees as fine as the district administration will announce these areas are “areas free from tobacco” on January 26.

On January 26, Smoking or consumption of any tobacco products will be prohibited within 100 yards of all schools and colleges, he also said this. “If the teacher, peon, student or anybody who is consuming tobacco, then a penalty of RS 500 will be imposed on them. Fines collected will be used for the benefit of the school,” said Kanpur city additional district magistrate Avinash Singh.

In every school and colleges orders in this regard were given to participants. We asked participants, serve notice of stores selling tobacco products within 100 yards of the campus, ADM said. If the shop owner will not pay attention, the schools were to report to the district administration, “he added.

We ordered all the magistrates of the city, conducting raids in schools in their areas, and remove all the shops for the sale of tobacco; he said, adding, shall be imposed a fine on all the wandering shop owners. ADM said that the administration wants strict and accurate execution of orders in this regard.

CMAT February 2015: process of registration ends today

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CMAT February 2015 registration ends today, i.e. on 15 January. Therefore, candidates who have not completed the registration process must hurry, because his hours were numbered. The exam will be held from February 19, 2015 to February 22, 2015 in two sessions, from 9.30 to 12.30, 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm. CMAT paper will have questions from the four partitions, i.e., quantitative techniques and data interpretation, logical reasoning, speech understanding and General awareness. In General, there will be 100 questions carrying four marks each (25 questions from each section). The exam will last for 180 minutes. Held twice annually, at the national level entrance tests to facilitate B-schools in the shortlist of candidates for admission in management programmes approved by AICTE, CMAT Registration process was divided into three stages:   Step 1: read the instructions and self-registration; Step 2: Payment (online payment/ cash payment); Step 3: fill in the questionnaire   Candidates are allowed to sit for CMAT paper for 2 times. The better of the two points considered at the time of admission. In admit card for CMAT February 2015 session will be available on the official website, 30 January and beyond. It is mandatory for candidates to carry their admit cards with them during the exam, otherwise they will not be allowed to appear for the exam.

Choice-based credits FYUP once again in 3 years’ in DU

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The ghost of the four-year undergraduate programme has started to hunt the detractors in Delhi University once again as Teachers are worried that the University Grants Commission‘s letter to vice-chancellors telling them to introduce the Choice-Based Credit System from 2015-16 in a short period of six month- will turn out to be FYUP-like debacle on a national scale.

The UGC has published guidelines on CBCS and teachers are highly worried about the fact that “buffet system” in higher education will mean constant variation in workload and smaller amount enduring appointments that can easily be predicted.

The speed is the main problem to FYUP as it is being implemented at a very slow speed. Everyone is complaining about structural problems, infrastructure and sub-par courses. Chakrabarti asserted said he has no political affiliations, but this decision will devastate the university status.

Admission in Rajasthan pvt schools increased up to 22%

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The admission of students in private schools in Rajasthan has climbed up to 20% in 2006 to 42.1% in 2014 in the age group of 6-14 years as per the statics released by Annual Statues of Education Report (ASER). This data is quite higher than the national average of 31% in the same category in 2014 as Rajasthan has 84,000 government schools against 36,500 private schools and the surge in admission shows the popularity of private schools on account of failure of government schools.

The report prepares a comparative evaluation by saying that private schools have gradually taken over state schools – both primary and secondary in Rajasthan and enrollment in government schools has decreased to 52.2% in 2014 from around 75% in 2006 in the age group of 6-14 years. The decline is because of the state government’s decision of merging over 17,990 schools following mass drop outs.

New railway research center on bullet train to be developed at IIT-Kharagpur

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The Center for Railway Research (CRR) is under construction inside the IIT campus in Kharagpur and the research center will concentrate on developing bullet train technology and is estimated to be building by the end of this year.

The Railway Board is providing financial support to this project and the estimated cost of it is Rs 20 crore. As per the statements made by the center in-charge Prof Subhransu Roy- the Railways has identified four key areas for research- high-speed trains and develop heavy haul ability to carry more cargo, intelligent maintenance and  making use of advanced materials such as rubbers, polymers and so on.

The new center is set to work as the ‘Make in India’ campaign in a bid to enhance native technology in Railways with full concentration on bullet trains.

Two corridors are under consideration of high speed trains and Japan is frequently testing the feasibility study for the bullet train in the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor while china is doing the same work for the Delhi-Chennai route.

Admission to Medical PG allowed only on the basis of Merit: SC

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The Supreme Court quashed Kerala government‘s decision to reserve seats for doctors working in its hospitals and other departments and gave the verdict that Admissions to post-graduate medical courses can be done only on the basis of merit of students that are to appear in the entrance examination.

The Apex court stated that the state crossed its authority by making a rule allocating 40% of total seats obtainable to the state quota for its medical officials who was to obtain admission on the basis of their superiority, devoid of emerging in the entrance examination.

A bench of Justices T S Thakur and R Banumathi said that the state governments could not make any rule in infringement of the regulations framed by the Medical Council of India as it is binding for all the state governments.

The court said the process, on the other hand, was agreed a go-by by the  breached legislation when it provided that in-service applicants looking for admittance in the share shall be granted such entrance not on the foundation of one of the methodologies but on the origin of superiority of such candidates.

ICAI chief: New CA curriculum by 2016

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The Institute of the Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is all set to introduce a new syllabus of CA which is expected to come to into effect in 2016 and will be more student’s friendly and more practical.

ICAI chairperson said: Committee for Review of the Education and the trainee is in the process of finalizing the syllabus. The syllabus will be placed before the ministry once gets completed. It is expected to be ready by 2016.

ICAI syllabus officials would not only friendly but also will be helpful in getting employment over the first students. Some aspects of the Indian Constitution are being added to the new course.  International Financial Reporting Standards has been taken care of in the preparation of the syllabus.

Let me tell you that chartered accountancy is becoming very popular and There are also plenty of options in India as well as abroad.A Young CA earns nearly 7.37 million annually there is great possibility of opportunities in other fields also.

All CBSE schools will have “no to Tobacco’ banners” as awareness campaign

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Recently, CBSE has made obligatory for all its allied institutes to show warning messages connected to utilization or sale of tobacco. All CBSE affiliated schools have been strictly advised to follow the ‘Say No To Tobacco’ awareness drive. The CBSE Board directed the school authorities not to permit the students to participate in any events supported by firms which back the use of tobacco in any form.

The Board has directed to choose the prominent places to put the banners both languages Hindi and English at the entrance gate outside the boundary wall of schools, cafeteria, at the reception, without a fail.

CBSE instructions also includes the details of warning messages which must be used to be written clearly at the main gate of schools and an area within the radius of 100 meters of any educational institution.  There is provision of A penalty of Rs one lakh or six-month imprisonment who fails to follow these rules.

DU making Mathematical kits for blind students

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Delhi University is making specified ‘Mathematical Kits’, to simplify the process of solving the Mathematics questions for blind students. With its help for blind students will be able to solve math questions easily and quickly.

The University has plans to start a project in the country in which students and teachers will visit schools and different universities and they will be taught how to use the kit and workshops to teach the same will also be held.

In the second phase, after the receipt of the response of the device to be included in the curriculum at the University of Delhi, the HRD ministry is planning to recommend. Pankaj Tyagi and jyoti Sharma, who are pursuing MSc in mathematics from the University of Delhi, made this kit with the help of four students and two professors.

Delhi University to hand over medical college to Delhi government

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The University College of Medical Sciences will now land in the hands of Delhi government After Delhi College of Engineering as the university administration is all set to with a Cabinet decision to transfer UCMS to Delhi government as soon as possible. 5 Members of the EC were against it.

Members JL Gupta, Aditya Narayan Mihra, Rajesh Kumar Gogna, Ajay Kumar and Abha Dev Habib opposed it. The opponents take note of first three points such as the matter has been put forward before the EC as a reporting matter. The EC was given a letter from October 2014 of the second-in-command secretary to the administration which calls for DU apply the Cabinet decision of August, 2005.

DU officials (in November 2014) agreed to give away UCMS in his answer to the letter. The university is not asking for a complete suggestion. The total application of the GNCT should have been placed in the educational assembly and the decision-making meeting for contemplation.

A committee will be established to take decisions on students changing names during college and this decision likely to impact DU elections. Those leaders contesting the students’ union vote may now locate it hard to tack A’s before their names to be excluded the list of contenders.

IIT professors Give online lectures to Non-IIT Students

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Kanpur: Now non-engineering students have the opportunity to listen the lectures given by IIT professors from IIT-Kanpur and IIT-Madras online for free for the students of IITs, as part of program by HRD Ministry.

As per the ‘Massive Open Online Course’ (MOOC), seven professors from IIT-Kanpur and five professors from IIT-Madras will start teaching for 18 different online courses for students from both engineering and other courses.

Professor Vimal Kumar of IIT-Kanpur, director of these online courses, told PTI that the 18 courses have been made online by recording the lectures of Professors from IIT-Kanpu and IIT-Madras. These courses would be helpful and valuable to those students who have dream of to be taught by IIT professors.

For the enrollment in online study, aspirants students have to register by 16th January, 2015 on the website designed for the online study (https://onlinecourses.nptel.ac.in) which will continue till 28th February, 2015. About 6000 students have already registered and have applied for this online study by IIT professor. The professors who would taught the students will be given certain remuneration.

JEE Main 2015: Number of Applicants decreased in 2015

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JEE Main 2015 has observed a decrease of over 50,000 registrations as corresponding to the year 2014. Opening from 2012 when CBSE publicized JEE to be held in place of AIEEE and IIT JEE, this has happened for the first time that the total number of aspirants is abridged for JEE Main, which is the most popular engineering entry exam of India.

As compared to 2014, the number of JEE Main 2015 candidates are abridged by over 50,000. JEE Main is the first viewing test for admissions to the important IITs and this year, as many as 13.03 lakh students have applied for JEE Main 2015.

2012 to 2014 have witnessed a boost in the whole figure of registrations for JEE Main. But this year, there is a decrease in the total number of JEE Main 2015 registrations. The tendency on top demonstrates that there has been a raise in the number of students applying for JEE Main from 2012 to 2014. But in JEE Main 2015, the number of students for this entrance exam is abridged by an important number, more than 50 thousand.

Choice Based Credit System to be implemented in Govt universities soon

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The Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry will take steps to make a new national education policy in next month by holding consultations with states and also taking the views of different stakeholders.

HRD Minister Smriti Irani said -a seminar to argue the new education guidelines with states will be held in February. She said that in the upcoming months, we will go to the states to pay attention to them. States should help us to hold discussions right from the village enlightening committee to the block and state level. She was addressing a meeting of state education ministers to talk about adoption of ‘choice-based credit transfer system’ and ‘credit structure for skills’.

Irani advised the states to accept both the systems from the accommodating educational session. The ‘credit framework for skills’ permits manifold pathways between occupational education, skills, education and job markets.

A joint working group including central and state government applicants will be established to reform “critical issues” in the completion of the two systems. The HRD ministry will also establish a complaint compartment in the UGC to speak to the challenges for its accomplishment.

IIT Hyderabad to shift to permanent campus by March 2015

According to the reports- The Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IIT Hyderabad) will shift to its permanent campus (based out of the Kandi village of Medak district) by March this year. Currently, IIT Hyderabad is being operated in its temporary campus in the Ordnance factory, Yeddumailaram.

IIT Hyderabad will be the first among the newly-established IITs to get a permanent campus. From the new campus of the institute, Mechanical, Chemical and Civil- courses will be delivered. AS per institute officials, hostel accommodation for students has already been arranged and there is early shifting of the campus as the construction work was finished early.

Until now, Rs 640 crore has been spent to build up the campus and the institute’s partnership project with Japan will be utilized to enhance the facilities. Funds will be used to make five buildings- incubation center, technology center, sports/cultural complex, convention village, library and a research center. To get high-tech equipment for research, Rs 200 crore will be spent. It will take more than 8 months to swift all the facilities from Yedumailaram to the new campus.

There are 1,650 students in IIT Hyderabad presently in eight engineering departments and the institute is trying to provide accommodation to its faculty and students.

IIM-Bangalore increased Post Graduation Program fees by 10%

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The management course in the country will not be more expensive as IIM-Bangalore has raised the fees for its post-graduate programme (PGP) from Rs 17 lakh to Rs 18.7 lakh and with hike, IIM-B will remain the costliest among its leading sister organizations. The board of governors took this decision at a meeting. This 41 year-old institute increased the fees after two years.

IIM-Ahmedabad also increased fees for three of its programmes for the next educational year and the 11% hike means now the three PGPs will cost students Rs 18.5 lakh. However, there will be no boost in the ingestion at IIM-B, which is trying to set up a second campus. But, possession of land from the Karnataka government is the important work that is yet to be done.

Date Sheet For CBSE Class 10th And 12th Exam 2015 Released

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The CBSE exams for classes X and XII will start on March 2 and it is estimated that, 13.72 lakh candidates have registered for the Class X exam in all out of which 6.7 lakh students will appear in the board test and the rest will appear in the school-based exam.  Totally 10.39 lakh candidates have registered for the Class XII exam as per an estimate.

The Class X exam will kick off on March 2 with 10 vocational subjects and first subject will be science on March 3, later on social science on March 10. Hindi exam will take place on March 12 and mathematics test will take place on March 16. Music examinations will be hold on March 18, English on March 19 and the exam will come to an end on on March 26 with subjects like Bodo, Kashmiri, Sindhi and Russia. All exams will start at 10.30AM at the scheduled time.

The Class XII exam will start on March 2 with English elective, elective-c and core and commerce subject is business studies on March 4 and the first science paper will be physics on March 9 accordingly.  History March 10, chemistry for March 12, mathematics for March 18, economics exam on March 20, accountancy on April 6 and the exams will end on April 17 with legal studies.

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Six hour obligatory attendance must for teachers involved in evaluations

The Gujarat secondary and Higher Secondary Education board made a decision which makes it mandatory for teachers involved in the evaluations of the answer sheets not to take leave before 6 hours.

There were complains that the teacher would check the 30 answer sheets rapidly and relinquish the centre. But, the decision of the general board ensures that that the teacher spends sufficient time on the answer sheets in place of checking it in a hurry. Suggestions were also demanded from the members to bring some improvement in the semester system examination for class XII science. The board also allotted the budget for the next financial year 2015-16 amounting Rs 112 crore.

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DU starts “Gifted Education Mahaabhiyan” for NDMC, MCD Schools

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Delhi University’s Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) have launched A special programme name by ‘Gifted Education Mahaabhiyan’ programme to provide integrated learning to 76 underprivileged students studying at MCD & NDMC schools. The move will include counseling sessions, self-help tasks and certain workshops and will run for six weeks. Delhi University conducted such programmes in Guwahati, Ujjain and Baroda to help underprivileged kids. This move will distinguish brilliant students from underprivileged sections of society and the programme is funded at 1.8 crores by the government’s Department of Science and Technology in the course of Principal Scientific Advisor office.

Parents of the 76 chosen students will be called for counselling as a next step to apply the Gifted Education Mahaabhiyan Programme and A team of experts including the faculty and students of M. Sc Maths Education programme will design modules. This programme will get conducted on holidays so that regular studies of students are not troubled.

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AICTE will start the CMAT as an entry test for entrance to the colleges that proffer MBA and for those which run postgraduate diploma in management programs. All the B-Schools acknowledged by AICTE can and are expected to recognize the CMAT Score.

AICTE will be doing CMAT TWO TIMES in a year. The candidates will be allowed two opportunities to sit for CMAT; first in September 2014 and second in February 2015. The better of two scores will be utilized to take admission in CAMT 2015-16.

Registration Date Extended:

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Important dates For CMAT Exam 2015:

Registration Start date 06-11-2014
Registration End date 15-01-2015
Admit Card download date 30-01-2015
CMAT 2015-16 Exam Window 19-02-2015 to 22-02-2015
CMAT Result declaration 25-03-2015
Print out of Score Cards 25-03-2015 to 25-04-2015

 

Graduates with 50% in any discipline and Final year students of Graduate Courses can also apply for the exam and can sit for it. They can make online payment via bank challan or through credit or saving card.

Digital Connectivity a Basic Right like Education: Prime Minister Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the need of digital connectivity and its significance during the time of the Science Congress on Saturday. He associated it with school and said it was a basic right for kids just as education.  PM said this while inaugurating the 102nd Indian Science Congress in Mumbai. He asserted that science and mathematics in School education should be more creative and inspiring. We must make use of the internet to display the best of the scientist and Digital connectivity must act as a basic right at our school.

Ha added that our universities must be free from the control of extreme rule and awkward procedures. They must have a higher degree of educational freedom and independence, and, there should be as much importance on study as on education.

Modi further said that the industrial domestic sector must increase investments in science and technology in its own significance and make the exercise a corporate social accountability. India’s own pharmaceutical industry has made a place for itself in the world for the reason that it invests considerably in research. The 5 day conference known as the Science Congress taking place in Mumbai is to project the city financial and science hub, both.

DU to send teachers to Scotland for digital literacy training

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Four teachers of Delhi University will go to Scotland in a few months to take training on digital literacy at Edinburgh College along with a workshop set that is to be held to make a list for the trip.

CS Dubey, Director of DU’s Campus of Open Learning (COL) told that we will send teachers to Scotland for a course in ‘Digital Literacy with an intention to promote the mechanism of digital literacy in classroom teaching and in real university.

Before that, the university is inviting applications from teachers for two days seminar on Digital Literacy and Innovation for Tomorrow’s Education in which  four names of person will be shortlisted  that will be sent to Scotland.

The seminar will take place in Delhi from Feb. 17-19 and approx 50 teachers will get selected for the workshop on the basis of their applications. Four candidates will get selected for ‘Digital Literacy Champions‘ to take on staff development for a week-long workshop in Scotland. The course will cover many areas like sharing of professional practices, e-pedagogical issues, planning and facilitating aspects of worldwide citizenship within the prospectus.

ICAI provides free coaching to CA aspirants from low income background

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All those looking forward to make a career in chartered accountancy (CA), yet can’t stand to get prepared can now sign with the Vedanta College of Management and Information Technology with the expectation of complimentary training.

With just two to four every proportion pass constantly, the chartered accountancy course is considered as one of the important occupation in India. Despite the fact that it is troublesome, the course offers lucrative vocation prospects and thusly is meant by every substitute. Then again, with the expense of business instructing being high, not every student has the capacity select for it in this way driving them to give up their dream.

Keeping this problem in mind, Vedanta foundation has joined its hand with the Institute of Chartered Accounts of India (ICAI) to offer free coaching to disadvantaged youth who aim to become CAs.

As the Foundation plays a main role in offering fundamental infrastructure for learning, complete funding for the course, reading room facility, scholarship and ICAI is aimed at developing content, certifies and coaches. Both agencies have targeted to train 300 students across India in the present educational year. Training is provided for all three levels of CA exams and Students having at least 75% in class XII will be eligible for CPT.

Lack of Urdu teachers at TGT stage: Delhi govt to HC

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The Delhi government informed the Delhi High Court that there is a scarcity of 152 trained Urdu teachers and the procedure of selection was previously in progress. The submission as made by Delhi government’s Directorate of Education (DoE) in an affidavit before a bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice R S Endlaw that were hearing the PIL filed by legal representative Mushtaq Ahmad on behalf of NGO Shiksha Seva Samiti.

As per the affidavit DoE had considered an extra prerequisite of 152 TGT (trained graduate teachers) Urdu posts and the procedure of establishment thereof is in the duct. There survive a number of scarcities of regular Urdu teachers for which essential demand had been sent to Delhi Subordinate Service Selection Board and the procedure of engagement is taking place.

It is also submitted that there is lack of Urdu as the medium of instruction at graduation level in any discipline in most of the universities in country which has caused the non-availability of Urdu trained graduate teachers.

Under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Urdu teachers are appointed each year on the agreement basis to decrease the shortage of Urdu teachers.  There is no scarcity of Urdu teachers in Urdu medium schools and in schools where Urdu is taught as a language. The city government also employed Urdu teachers in Urdu medium schools to educate subjects like Mathematics, Science and Social Science in Urdu medium.

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With the intention of endorse brilliance in vocational training, Ministry of Labour and Employment has placed a system for rating of ITIs. At present, there are about 12000 ITIs in the country and the number of IITs in the country have been doubled and there are many more IITs that are about to be opened in next 5 years.  With a big growth rate, it was mandatory to bring in excellence reassurance system for these institutions.

The rating system will help students to get in touch with the educational institutions to get a specific level of education from a recognized institution.  This will improve the quality of the institutions. This will work as a management tool which will find the problem areas in institutions and will assist them to design suitable policy interventions for by and large growth and development.

The rating system can furnish a standard for evaluation amongst a variety of institutes and trades obtainable in that.  It is also accepted to carry a distinguishing issue for institutions leading to amplified market rivalry and thus excellence development in straggler institutions with the intention that they would stay spirited.  8-10 points-5 Star,6-less than 8 points-4 Star,5- less than 6 points-3 Star, Below 5 points-No rating are the rating that is supposed to follow.