SC cancels degrees of students who graduated through distance learning from 3 varsities after 2005

SC cancels degrees of students who graduated through distance learning from 3 varsities after 2005

It suspended the engineering degrees of students who graduated between 2001 and 2005, and asked them to clear an exam by January 15. The Supreme Court on Friday cancelled the engineering degrees of students who earned them through distance learning from three deemed universities after 2005, Live Law reported. The court said the amount paid by these students towards tuition will have to be refunded by the universities by May 31, 2018. The students who had their degrees suspended were from the JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in Udaipur, the Institute of Advanced Studies…

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SC cancels degrees of students who graduated through distance learning from 3 varsities after 2005

SC cancels degrees of students who graduated through distance learning from 3 varsities after 2005

The Supreme Court on Friday cancelled the engineering degrees of students who earned them through distance learning from three deemed universities after 2005, Live Law reported. The court said the amount paid by these students towards tuition will have to be refunded by the universities by May 31, 2018. The students who had their degrees suspended were from the JRN Rajasthan Vidyapeeth in Udaipur, the Institute of Advanced Studies in Education in Rajasthan’s Churu district and the Allahabad Agricultural Institute in Uttar Pradesh. The Times of India reported that a fourth, Vinayaka Mission Research Foundation…

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3 months for banks to claim subsidies for education loans

3 months for banks to claim subsidies for education loans

CHENNAI: Banks across India can now submit claims for the education loan interest subsidy for eligible accounts for the financial year 2016-17 from August 23 to November 23. Canara Bank is the nodal bank and they will be opening the portal. All the students who have availed education loanfrom the Banks under Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) Scheme to pursue professional / technical courses in India are eligible to avail the full interest subsidy, if the annual parental income is less than 4.50 lakhs. Many banks have failed to claim the interest subsidy from MHRD thereby…

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142 per cent rise in bad education loans in 3 years

142 per cent rise in bad education loans in 3 years

Indian banks have seen a 142 per cent rise in default by students who have taken education loans during the past few years, at a time when hiring for new jobs has slowed down and tech companies have started laying off employees. State-owned banks, which are already weighed down by huge defaults by corporates, are the worst hit as they account for over 90 per cent of educational loans. Private banks have largely stayed away from this segment. In the education segment, the total non-performing assets (NPAs), or loans on…

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3 lakh quota students in Maharashtra deprived of scholarship

3 lakh quota students in Maharashtra deprived of scholarship

Over three lakh students from various reservation categories in Maharashtra did not get scholarships even as the academic year comes to an end. Despite repeated follow-ups, the affected students and their educational institutes have failed to get their dues. Lack of funds and a continuous software glitch in the scholarship portal are being cited as two main reasons for the deadlock. Over three lakh students from the underprivileged communities of schedule castes, other backward classes, denotified and nomadic tribes are anxious and disappointed. “Several colleges have been unable to submit…

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3 Lessons I Learned From Bombing An Interview That I Thought Was A Sure Thing

3 Lessons I Learned From Bombing An Interview That I Thought Was A Sure Thing

Early in my career, my boss made the terrible mistake of telling me that I was the best interviewee he’d ever met. “It was evident from the beginning that we should hire you,” he said, “and the only thing I’d tell you to do differently next time is to ask me for a $1 billion salary.” OK, the last part of that quote isn’t entirely accurate, but the damage was all the same. Not only was I convinced that I was the best candidate on the planet, but I also thought…

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The Top 3 Factors That Will Make Or Break Your Recruitment In 2017

The Top 3 Factors That Will Make Or Break Your Recruitment In 2017

We’re days away from 2017, but many companies are still hiring like it’s 2010. The entire hiring process—from the way job seekers find listings to the way recruiters reach out to prospects—has evolved quite a bit in the past few years. Now it’s time for every employer to catch up to the times, lest lose the top talent to competitors that beat them to it. These are three factors that, more and more, will make or break a company’s recruiting in the year ahead. 1. MOBILE FIRST Mobile internet traffic…

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3 Indian Origin Teens Win $100,000 Scholarship

3 Indian Origin Teens Win $100,000 Scholarship

Indian origin identical twin sisters and another teen got $100,000 grand prize scholarships in the 17th annual Siemens Math, Science and Technology Competition with their medical projects. Adhya and Shriya Beesam shared the grand prize for teams in the competition finals on Tuesday for their project developing a method for early diagnoses of schizophrenia using both brain scans and psychiatric evaluations. Both of them are 11th grade students in Plano, Texas. ALSO READ: The Iconic Stethoscope Dead, Says Indian Origin Cardiologist Vineet Edupuganti took the individual grand prize with a biodegradable…

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3 win Nobel chemistry prize for world’s tiniest machines

3 win Nobel chemistry prize for world’s tiniest machines

Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for developing the world’s smallest machines, 1,000 times thinner than a human hair but with the potential to revolutionize computer and energy systems. Frenchman Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Scottish-born Fraser Stoddart and Dutch scientist Bernard “Ben” Feringa share the 8 million kronor ($930,000) prize for the “design and synthesis of molecular machines,” the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said. Machines at the molecular level have taken chemistry to a new dimension and “will most likely be used in the development of things…

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3 Reasons No longer everyday Chase Money

3 Reasons No longer everyday Chase Money

The vast majority folks don’t paintings for fun, so it’s vital that we are paid properly for what we do. It’s supereveryday up to date-day get delight from your activity, but realistically, income has to be a up-to-date attention for many humans. however, that doesn’t meant that it’s the only up-to-date you up to date preserve in thoughts, while planning your profession. Chase Money up to date your desires, and you can wind up without either. Chase Cash (up-to-date Credit score: jabberwocky381/Flickr) Here are three Reasons why you shouldn’t chase…

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