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Anshul Kataria of Aryan Group hails ban on opening new Pharmacy colleges

CHANDIGARH: Putting break on the mushrooming of the Pharmacy Colleges in the country and taking into consideration the availability of sufficient qualified pharmacist workforce, Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi has unanimously decided to put ban of 5 years for opening a new Pharmacy College. 

LPU ranked top in the State: Among top 5 in the Country

JALANDHAR: Upholding its vigour in the realms of education, Lovely Professional University (LPU) has been ranked top in the Punjab state and among the top 5 private universities across the country. This prestigious ranking is based on top Outlook Magazine’s ‘ICARE India University Rankings 2019: Top 50 Private State Universities’. Prior to this, LPU already has numerous coveted rankings to its credit from other top magazines, newspapers, media channels, authoritative agencies including Government of India’s top NIRF Ranking. This annual ranking of India’s top universities can help admission seeking students to make a preferred & informed choice for their bright career ahead.

4 killed, 16 injured in blast outside Kabul University

KABUL:  Four people were killed and 16 others sustained injuries as a blast hit the southern gate of Kabul University here on Friday, news agency Xinhua reported.

UP BJP MLA enrols schools students as party members

CHANDAULI (UTTAR PRADESH):  Making a mockery of the BJP's much-publicized membership drive, Sushil Singh, party MLA from this seat in Uttar Pradesh enrolled school students as party members.

Vet Varsity holds Oath-taking ceremony of Veterinary graduates

LUDHIANA: The College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana conducted Oath-Taking Ceremony of 70 passing out veterinary graduates of Batch 2014. In welcome address, Dr. Sarvpreet Ghuman, Professor and Head, Department of Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, shared the achievements of students who brought laurels to the University in the field of academics, sports and extra-curricular activities.

Student activists try to breach Kerala Secretariat

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:  Four Kerala Students Union (KSU) activists on Wednesday breached the fencing of the state Secretariat even as a Cabinet meeting was underway in a bid to mark their protest against the killing of a fellow student at the University College here.

DUTA ends two-day strike

NEW DELHI:  The Delhi University Teachers' Association (DUTA) ended its two-day strike on Tuesday after its concerns over hasty implementation of reservations for economically weaker sections in teaching posts was taken up in the Academic Council meeting.

At least 55 Vet Doctors take Oath of Profession at KCVAS

AMRITSAR: At least 55 students took the `oath of profession’ as veterinary doctors on completion of their five-year bachelor degree in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry at Khalsa College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (KCVAS), here. They were also given certificates and prizes for their performance during the degree program.

Tarun Chugh meets Thawar Chand Gehlot, slams Congress govt. for playing with future of SC students

CHANDIGARH: The BJP today alleged that Capt Amarinder Singh-led Congress government in Punjab was playing with the future of SC students as it was reluctant to send Audit Report of the fund received for Post Matric Scholarship to the Union Government.

Jal Shakti Avhiyan scheme to conserve water launched in Chandigarh

CHANDIGARH: Jal Shakti Abhiyan, a flagship scheme of Government of India to conserve water, has been launched in Chandigarh. As a part of the scheme Eco-club Day was celebrated in 114 government and private schools of Chandigarh here on Monday. The theme of the celebration was water conservation and tree plantation. More than 20,000 students from all schools took part in various activities.

Amidst the conflict of Centre-State, future of SC students hanging by a thread: Kainth

JALANDHAR: Speaking to the newspersons here at the Jalandhar Press Club, Paramjit Singh Kainth, President of the National Scheduled Castes Alliance, a socio-politico organization working in the interests of the Scheduled Castes, Backward Classes and minorities, bashed the State government over its profound inability in dealing with the abysmal implementation of the post-matric scholarship in Punjab.

UP government denies Muslim minors forced to chant 'Jai Shri Ram'

LUCKNOW: The Uttar Pradesh government has denied that students of a madarasa in Unnao district were forced to chant 'Jai Shri Ram', saying that the news was wrongly spread to malign the government's image.

GNDU Placement Department organized seminar on 'IBM Hack Challenge”

AMRITSAR: Dr. Mani Madhukar, Program Manager - University Relations,IBM India Pvt. Ltd. conducted seminar on ‘IBM Hack Challenge” at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Students of Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Electronics Technology departments of main campus and regional campuses participated in the seminar. The seminar was conducted by the Placement Department of the university.

Aryans to give scholarship to 50 Girls under Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Scheme

MOHALI: To promote the higher education among girls, Aryans Group of Colleges, Rajpura Near Chandigarh has announced 50 seats under Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scholarship Scheme for 2019-20 session. Aryans has launched special scholarship helpline no 1800-123-3633 for the students.

Six-fold increase in UP Board's examination fees

LUCKNOW:  The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Board has increased six-fold the examination fees for high school and intermediate board examinations in 2020.

RTE out of reach for the poor children in modern city of Chandigarh

CHANDIARH: When Monsoon in Chandigarh has its own flavor and romance for many that touches all our senses but for Jinterder it is a test for his dream house a “Jhugi.” All huddled on the cot thinking about the future of his four children. After nine years of its implementation, it is time to analyse if the RTE Act has managed to achieve its goal. It legally makes the Administration responsible to ensure elementary education to children between six and 14 years free and compulsory education. There is also a provision to provide 25 per cent reservation for students of weaker section in private schools.

Arms found in UP madrasa during raid, 6 arrested

BIJNOR:  Six persons have been arrested after the police raided a madrasa in Uttar Pradesh's Bijnor district and recovered weapons.

PUCA urged Bihar Govt to review the recent notification of Bihar Credit Card Scheme in the interest of the students

MOHALI: President, Federation of Self Financed Technical Institutions (FSFTI) and Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA), Dr. Anshu Kataria urged Nitish Kumar’s Govt to review the notification - 15/M 1-57/2016/1462 dated 5th July 2019 stating to give Credit Card Scheme benefits only to NBA/NAAC accredited and NIRF ranked Institutions.

Govt brings e-revolution to campuses, to connect with students across India

NEW DELHI:  Even before a new session begins, all leading universities and other higher education institutions in the country are busy setting up social media cells to connect all students and staff with the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

"Three Week-Summer School" concluded at Human Resource Development Centre of the GNDU

AMRITSAR: A "Three Week-Summer School (Interdisciplinary Refresher Course)" concluded on 8-7-2019 at the UGC-Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) of the University. Forty university and college teachers pertaining to a multiplicity of academic disciplines from Punjab and from various parts of the country participated in it.


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