Campus Digest

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 main entrance, dedicated to the best phrases said about justice. A

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 cut-offs has re-opened admissions to its B.Com. (Honours) course with a significantly reduced cut-off in the range of 98.75 to 95.75 per cent. The

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 Minority Professional Colleges Association) will have 100 more seats each, the number of seats under the Consortium of

Going overseas to earn a foreign diploma or degree is the dream of millions of Indian students. Although the country has made significant advancements in the education sector, a foreign qualification still holds its allure. The United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, France, Germany and Canada are some of the favourite destinations where Indian students flock to. If you are one of those

New Delhi, May 28: Girls once again outperformed boys in the CBSE Class 12 results declared here Monday, an official said. Girls recorded a pass percentage of 86.21 percent against the 75.80 percent for boys, said the official of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Delhi recorded total pass percentage of 85.40 percent, a fall of 0.05 percent as compared to last year. A total of 8,16

The faculty of engineering and technology at Jamia Millia Islamia , under its department of electrical engineering, will be offering an MTech course in control and instrumentation. The two-year programme to be launched from the new academic year will have a total intake of 18 students. According to Khalid Moin, dean, faculty of engineering and technology, the varsity was deliberating on a range of

April 20: In another month or so, we will read reports of the number of students who secured centum in mathematics, chemistry, or computer science. “My parents suspended our cable TV connection during examinations. I did my daily lessons regularly and did not go for tuitions. I thank my teachers for their support,” a top rank holder will say. “I expected a total above 1,000, but did not think I

Belgaum, April 5: Online delivery of question papers to affiliated colleges a mere 30 minutes before the scheduled time of examination introduced by Visvesvaraya Technical University (VTU) has yielded rich dividends and put an end to the threat of question papers getting leaked. The university would extend question paper delivery online across the State, following the success of the system in

Bangalore, April 5: Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) has digitised evaluation of answer scripts, beginning with the semester examinations held recently. With more than 200 affiliate engineering colleges and nearly three lakh students, the varsity will have 25 lakh answer scripts for evaluation for each examination it conducts. In order to assess the quality of the new system, Shruth and