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New Delhi, Jun 22: Candidates from the Madras zone bagged the first two ranks in the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (advanced), or IIT-JEE, whose results were announced on Friday. The third and fourth rank holders are from Delhi.

“The topper, Pallerla Sai Sandeep Reddy, has scored 332 marks out of 360,...

Bangalore, Jun 18: The State government has postponed counselling for admission to MBBS and BDS courses for the 2013-14 academic year, citing a delay in receiving the final approval from the Medical Council of India (MCI) for increasing the intake of students by 400 in five government medical colleges across Karnataka.

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Bangalore, May 25: The state government has decided not to change the fee structure or the seat-sharing agreement for professional courses for this academic year.

This was decided in a meeting held with the private educational institutions on Friday by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Minister for Higher Education R V Deshpande, Medical Education Minister Sharan...

Bangalore, May 18: The State performed exceedingly well in the ICSE and ISC exams by securing a near-100 per cent passing ratio in both.

Out of the total 9,832 ICSE students and 1,105 ISC students who appeared for the exams in Karnataka, there were only 14 unsuccessful candidates in the former and 13 in...

Dharwad, Mar 26: Karnatak University-Dharwad will now offer dual postgraduate degrees. The meeting of the Academic Council held here on Monday approved the proposal for introducing dual postgraduate degree programmes.

Vice-Chancellor H.B. Walikar said that the University Grants Commission (UGC) had told the varsities that they could opt for dual postgraduate degree programmes in the interest of students....

Feb 28: Lower ability classes should get the best teachers so that they would have the best teaching available to compensate for their academic deficiencies, says N N Prahallada.

In recent years various administrative procedures have been used to help “individualisation of instruction” in the schools. One such procedure popular with teachers and administrators is...

New Delhi, Feb 19: The Right to Education Act is not applicable to nursery admissions, Delhi high court ruled on Tuesday disposing off the related public interest litigation (PIL). Ongoing nursery admission process will remain unaffected in the capital, the court said.

The PIL, filed by NGO Social Jurist, challenged two government notifications giving powers...

Washington, Jan 14: The US Harvard University has posted a verse of the Holy Quran at the entrance of its faculty of law, describing the verse as one of the greatest expressions for justice in history, a Saudi newspaper reported on Sunday.

Verse 135 of Sura Al Nisa (women chapter) has been posted at a wall facing the faculty"s...

New Delhi, July 10: Almost all colleges of Delhi University, barring a few famous and some lesser-known ones, have closed admissions to all their courses in the fifth cut-off list released late on Monday night.

Hindu College with the season"s highest...

Bangalore, July 5: Good news for MBBS seat aspirants in the State. The number of seats available for aspiring candidates has gone up by 380, from 5,555 to 5,935 for the year 2012-2013.

While government colleges and institutions under the KRLMPCA (Karnataka Religious & Linguistic...