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1. HC quashes age limit for CLAT-2015

KOLKATA: March 10.ALLAHABAD: The Allahabad High Court has quashed the maximum age limit of 20 years for appearing in Common Law Admission Test-2015 (CLAT) for admission to five-year integrated LLB course. Thousands of students across the country stand to benefit by the ruling. This year CLAT is being organized by Dr Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University (RMLNLU), Lucknow, for admission to 16 national law schools.


2.  CBSE board exam 2015

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted Physics exam for Class XII on March 9.  Physics is one of the main subjects for students who have opted for Science stream and the students were allotted five days for the preparation of the exam. CBSE has changed its paper pattern for 2015 board exams and the students have said that the questions are very lengthy and subjective. Pranavi Mulmuley, a student of  DPS Mathura Road said, "The questions were very lengthy and tough. I attempted all the questions, but I wasn't left with time." So far, CBSE has conducted three main examinations (English, Business Studies and Physics) and all three have been lengthy. 

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3. No new engg college application from Telangana this year

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has not received a single application for opening of engineering college in Telangana. "Every year, we used to receive at least 10 applications for setting new colleges. But, not even a single applications was received for setting new engineering college," said an official of AICTE. The government which batted for State-run technical colleges has already urged the AICTE not to accord fresh permissions for setting up private professional colleges in the State.


4. Online error: 50 HSC students miss paper in Aurangabad

March 8. AURANGABAD: At least 50 Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Arts students missed their exam for the Textiles subject on Saturday, as the timing on the online time-table differed from the actual timing mentioned in the hard copy circulated by the state board. As per the online time-table, which is being displayed by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) on its website, the examination was scheduled from 3 pm to 6 pm. However, the printed time-table circulated among colleges mentioned the examination time as between 11 am and 2 pm.


5. Government will crack down on schools charging more fees

MANGALURU: The department of public instruction in Dakshina Kannada district is gearing up to prevent charging of excessive fees and to check violations during admission in private schools for the 2015-16 academic year. Even as the process of admission for seats in pre-primary, primary and high school seats in private institutes will commence on March 10, the district-level Education Regulating Authority (ERA) headed by deputy commissioner AB Ibrahim will monitor it. 

6. Deadline to get AICTE approval for BTech courses extended

NEW DELHI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has extended the deadline for institutions which are yet to seek approval for B.Tech courses, a move which may come as a relief to as many as 24 Delhi University colleges. The deadline which expired on February 20 has been extended till February 27. 

7. GATE Results in 3 days

The result of Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering(GATE), 2015  will we declared on March 12 by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). The result will be published around 5 pm on the official website of GATE, which is: GATE 2015 was conducted by IIT, Kanpur on January 31, February 1, 7 and 18. After the result the candidates can apply in IIT, IISc, BHEL etc. for recruitments and admissions to postgraduate courses.

8. Class 10 board exams start lukewarm

Class 10 students took their first Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board exam of science on Tuesday. The question paper got mixed reactions from the students where most found the paper to be quite easy while few could not give their best while attempting the paper. Akash Kumar a Class 10 student, Delhi Public School, Chandigarh told Hindustan Times, "There was nothing out of syllabus and questions were from the NCERT books. This paper has left me relaxed as this is one of the most important subjects for us and now half of my tension has reduced."

9.  UGC asks varsities to include stories of North-east in curriculum

The University Grant Commission (UGC) has advised the Universities to incorporate stories of North East in the university curriculum. As per the UGC institution the universities can incorporate Novels/Short stories from the North East; history of North East including personalities who participated in anti-colonial uprisings as well as freedom movement.

10. Mumbai University Chancellor asks Welukar to resume office

Mumbai University Chancellor asks Welukar to resume office

In a major relief to Mumbai University Vice Chancellor, Prof Rajan Welukar, Maharashtra governor asked him to resume office with immediate effect. The Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao who is also the Chancellor of state universities has taken the decision in view of the Supreme Court order passed on February 27 staying two high court orders directing a reconsideration of Welukar's eligibility by a search committee.

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