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WBUT launches credit transfer system

Deepayan Sinha, Kolkata, Apr 10 : The West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT) on Wednesday announced Credit Transfer System for engineering students, set to be implemented after the Lok Sabha elections.Vice-chancellor of WBUT, Ranjan Bhattacharya, said, "Engineering students will be benefited from this system. Students can change their stream and college in 1st and 2nd years. If they want to take...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National

Many PU colleges fail to meet 100% target

Though Dakshina Kannada district topped the state with 86.04% pre-university course (PUC) results, there is a dip in number of colleges that bagged 100% results.In 2013, nine PU colleges, including four government colleges in the district, had recorded 100 per cent result. However this time, the total number of colleges with 100% result came down to seven and there is no government college in this...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Mangalore

30 new colleges apply to Bangalore University for affiliation

per BU officials, most of the colleges applying for fresh affiliations are from. The varsity has adopted a case-wise policy of granting affiliation to such institutes.BU is a public state university located in the Garden City of Bangalore in Karnataka, India. The university was established inCorrespondence | Minglebox Results You are here: Home Education News ResultsCorres II Year Result | Minglebox...
Source : Mingle Box |
Category : Education

One-time engineering fee halved

state government has decided to reduce the one-time fee during admissions to private engineering colleges from Rs 40,000 till last year to Rs 20,000."Students enrolling in colleges under West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT) will have to pay Rs 74,000 a year, of which Rs 20,000 will be during admission. Till last year, students had to pay Rs 72,000 a year, of which Rs 40,000 was to be paid during...
Source : Goiit |
Category : Education

Varsity nudge for anti-ragging lessons

West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT) has asked private engineering colleges to explain to every student in second year and above the consequences of being caught for ragging juniors.Punishment for ragging includes expulsion from college and hostel, suspension from class and hostel and even arrest, each of which can jeopardise the offending students’ academic and professional career.“Many students...
Source : Telegraphindia |
Category : City | City : Mon

One-time engineering fee halved

reduce the one-time fee during admissions to private engineering colleges from Rs 40,000 till last year to Rs 20,000."Students enrolling in colleges under West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT) will have to pay Rs 74,000 a year, of which Rs 20,000 will be during admission. Till last year, students had to pay Rs 72,000 a year, of which Rs 40,000 was to be paid during admission," said a senior West...
Source : Goiit |
Category : Education

TRS urges EC to declare results constiteuncy-wise

candidate from Chevella Parliament constituency, Konda Vishweshwar Reddy today requested the Election Commission (EC) to declare only Constituency wise result and keep the booth wise results confidential for a period of at least 2 years to curtail the unethical practice of using money and muscle during the election. The advantages of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) were obvious and it reduced...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Gujarat Technological University consolidates tech fests

(GTU) has centralized the technology festivals or tech fests which are a rage in many technical colleges. Thehas issued a directive to all the engineering, pharmacy, MBA and MCA colleges that the tech-fests will not be held individually but zone wise in the affiliated colleges.Till date, tech fests were the highlight of a handful of prestigious colleges while majority of 450-odd technical colleges...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Rajkot

Top city colleges blamed for moderation delay that pushed back TYBCom results

blame for delay in declaring TYBCom results has fallen on some of the finest colleges in the city.The final-year commerce results came towards the end of June, a month after they are usually declared, causing a lot of anxiety among candidates. Information recently sourced from the Mumbai University, though, reveals that some of the top city institutes such as K C College, Podar College and Raheja College...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Mumbai

FYJC students opt for Thane colleges over Mumbai

THANE: After city colleges scored better than their Mumbai and Navi Mumbai counterparts in the HSC exams, many FYJC aspirants are opting for colleges from Thane itself. This year, 20% colleges from the city scored cent percent results, while Mumbai city recorded a meager 4.46% and the western and eastern suburbs scored 5.59%. In Navi Mumbai, 16% colleges managed to score 100% results and Raigad came...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Thane
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