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The Rajeev Gandhi Praudyogik Vidyalaya in Indore Students to be trained in developing apps

Rajeev Gandhi Praudyogik Vidyalaya in Indore Students to be trained in developing appsThe Rajeev Gandhi Praudyogik Vidyalaya in Indore Students to be trained in developing appsThe engineering colleges will now train students on developing creative mobile applications.The Rajeev Gandhi Praudyogik Vidyalaya (RGPV) which is the parent university of all engineering colleges of Indore is going to sign a...
Source : DNA |
Category : Others | City : Mumbai

Police: Teacher raped student in school, more victims possible

say teacher raped 16-year-old student in school, additional victims possibleA Pennsylvania high school industrial arts teacher allegedly raped a 16-year-old student in a back room at the school and authorities have not ruled out the possibility of additional victims and charges in the case.Todd McCullough, a 28-year-old teacher at Saltsburg High School, was arraigned Thursday on rape and related charges...
Source : Fox News |
Category : Headlines

MBBS students join nationwide stir against MCI ruling

students of MBBS and intern doctors today joined the nation-wide agitation against the Medical council of India ruling in which the duration of MBBS would be increased from 5.5 years to 7.5 years. The ruling states that students after 12th class would have to undergo 4.5 years of MBBS course in addition to 2 years of internship and 1 year rural posting would be mandatory for them before they are...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : National

10 engineering students booked for ragging in Bihar

many as 10 engineering students have been booked for ragging a first-year student, officials...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

City Nigerian students’ plea to Boko Haram

Students from MU-affiliated colleges came together under the banner Nigerian Students’ Union and extended support to their President and asking the militants to “bring back the girls”...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City

Modi effect? ABVP wins DU

A day after the anointment of Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi by the BJP as its prime ministerial candidate for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, the party’s youth wing, the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), swept three of the four top posts in the Delhi University Students’ Union (Dusu) election. The ABVP stormed back to rule the DU students’ body after two long years.In the wake of last...
Source : Asianage |
Category : National

JPMorgan Chase to stop offering student loans

LOS ANGELES (AP) — JPMorgan Chase & Co. is exiting the student loan business as more families opt for government-backed loans, which are generally cheaper and have more protections.had already been scaling back its role in student lending. In the spring of 2012, it stopped making student loans to borrowers who weren't already Chase customers. Chase made just $200 million in student loans last year,...
Source : News Times |
Category : Business

Parents 'playing Russian roulette'

settings.Thousands of NSW parents are insisting their children repeat a year of school, despite warnings from education experts it could do more harm than good.More than 15,000 primary school students have repeated over the past four years, with almost 7000 redoing kindergarten.The second highest year level for students being held back is year 10, with more than 1130 students repeating last year.In...
Source : Sydney Morning Herald |
Category : Headlines

B.Tech to remain four-year course for enrolled students

for.The announcement came as a relief for nearly 2,500 students in the various B.Tech courses, even as Delhi University rolled back its four-year undergraduate programme following instructions from the University Grants Commission (UGC).This will, however, be applicable only for students already enrolled in the four-year B.Tech courses. From this year, students will be admitted to three-year cours...
Source : Chennaionline |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

Students cry foul ahead of English and Foreign Languages University polls

day before the student union election at the English and Foreign Languages University (Eflu), four student outfits alleged gross violation of rules by the university administration and election commission.The Telangana Students Association (TSA), Students Islamic Organisation (SIO), Dalit Adivasi Bahujan Minority Students Association (DABMSA) and Progressive Democratic Students Union (PDSU), urged...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Hyderabad
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