NEET 2017: Madras High Court refuses stay on 85 per cent reservation for state board aspirants

NEET 2017: Medical colleges in Tamil Nadu are in a tussle over reservations as the Madras High Court refused to stay a state government order to save 85 per cent of medical seats for students of the state board and only 15 per cent for students of other boards. The June 22 order which aimed to protect the interest of 4.2 lakh medical aspirants from the Tamil Nadu board, pointing out that there were 4,685 students who had studied in the state under the CBSE. A plea was submitted at…

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CBSE asked to re-evaluate 159 students’ answer sheets: Orissa High Court

  The Orissa High Court on Tuesday asked the CBSE to re-evaluate the answer sheets of at least 159 more students, who approached the court alleging discrepancies in their class XII results that were published last month. A vacation bench of Justice K R Mohapatra asked the petitioners to apply with requisite fees for re-evaluation of their desired papers at the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) regional office in Bhubaneswar by June 19. Accordingly, the CBSE authorities were asked to evaluate these answer papers again by engaging experts and…

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IIT Kharagpur: High performance supercomputing facility to be provided

Supercomputing facility has been provided to IIT, Kharagpur under the National Supercomputing Mission (NSM), ), making it the first academic institution to get the same. Through this, large computational support will be provided to the users to carry out both research and teaching activities. IIT Kharagpur gets supercomputing facility Supercomputing facility has been provided to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur under the National Supercomputing Mission (NSM), making it the first academic institution to get the same. Through this, large computational support will be provided to the users to…

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Women and Young Adults at High Risk of Anxiety: Study

            We may live in the new age world, but it is not all that pretty a picture to paint. While communications and other facilities maybe better than what our ancestors had access to, in terms of health, we seeming to be heading for the worst. Health experts have said it time and again, and the fact still remains, that our unhealthy lifestyle habits, which we hardly retrospect, are leading to various ailments in the past years, including mental illness. A new study done by…

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