Distance Education of NALSAR University, Hyderabad invites online applications for Distance Courses for Session 2019-20

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The Directorate of Distance Education at NALSAR invites applications for admission to the following courses for the academic year 2019-20. 2-Year M.A. (Aviation Law and Air Transport Management) 2-Year M.A. (Security & Defence Laws) One-Year Post Graduate Diploma in Aviation Law and Air Transport Management One-Year Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Maritime Laws These courses… Read more »

UGC Warns Universities to be More Sensitive on Caste Discrimination Complaints

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In a circular to all the vice-chancellors of universities, Rajnish Jain, secretary of UGC, has urged the officials & faculty members to desist from any act of discrimination against SC/ST students on grounds of their social origin. He further directed higher educational institutions to develop a separate page on their website for lodging such complaints… Read more »

Lok Sabha Passes Teachers’ Reservation Bill

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Overturning a Supreme Court decision on reservation in appointment of teachers in universities, the Lok Sabha on Monday passed a Bill that proposes to make a university or college a unit instead of a department for the purpose of providing reservation. The Bill is applicable to all Central universities. The Central Educational Institutions (Reservation in… Read more »

NLSIU students urge Executive Council to roll back 25% fee hike

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The topic of the exorbitant cost of legal education has assumed the spotlight once again, this time at India’s oldest NLU, National School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore. Students are up in arms over a 25% hike in the annual fees at NLSIU, introduced through a notification dated June 15. The fee at NLSIU has… Read more »

Supreme Court refuses to interfere with NEET exam

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The Supreme Court Friday refused to entertain a plea which sought quashing of the answer keys of some questions in the NEET(UG)-2019 examination saying that an expert body has duly applied its mind and revised answers were issued. The top court, however, allowed the four Hyderabad based students who have challenged the answer keys, to… Read more »

Delhi High Court Allows Admission To UG Courses In DU Based On Last Year’s Eligibility Criteria

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The Delhi High Court Friday directed Delhi University and the University Grants Commission (UGC) to allow students to apply for admission to undergraduate (UG) courses at the varsity for the current academic session based on the eligibility criteria of 2018-19. A bench of Justices Anu Malhotra and Talwant Singh extended the deadline from June 14… Read more »

EWS Reservation: Supreme Court Rejects Pleas To Modify Directions On PG Medical Courses Admission in Maharashtra

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The Supreme Court on Monday did not deem necessary to alter its June 4 order by which students were restrained from changing their original options in the fresh round of counselling for the PG Medical seats in Maharashtra. However, the vacation bench headed by Justice Indira Bannerjee allowed for the seats lying unfilled by reason… Read more »