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Students Protest Against Mumbai University's Decision to Grant Average Marks Mumbai, Oct 9: Mumbai University students protested against the administration's decision of allotting average marks to students whose papers have been misplaced by the varsity this year. Exam papers of 1, 600 students were misplaced by the university. These students said that by granting average marks, their scores will get reduced and affect the overall result. The University planned to grant students marks for their missing papers by calculating the average marks of all the other subjects in the semester.
Answer papers of 1, 600 Mumbai University students lost: They'll get bonus marks The University of Mumbai (MU) has decided to allot bonus marks to 1, 600 students to compensate them for answer papers misplaced by the examination department. 
Two day workshop on school education launched by the HRD Ministry Two day workshop on school education launched by the HRD Ministry On Monday, Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Ministry launched a two-day national workshop on school education in which various experts from private and government sphere.During the workshop these experts and other stakeholders will make various presentations on the issues concerning digital education, experiential learning, life skills education, physical education and value education.During the inaugural event, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that in matter of education he does not discriminate among NGOs, private players and government bodies and that the workshop should be used to discuss what is good and cheap in digital technology is.He said that the day is not far when there will be digital blackboards in every class room of the nation."There used to be an 'operation blackboard' during our childhood...
Directors for 11 NITs appointed by the government Directors for 11 NITs appointed by the government On Tuesday, the government appointed new directors to the 11 National Institutes of Technology (NITs) including NIT-Warangal and NIT-Durgapur. Both, NIT-Warangal and NIT-Durgapur have been functioning without director for over a year.Apart from appointing the directors for the above two institutes, the President office has approved the appointment of directors for the NITs in Arunachal Pradesh, Agartala, Jamshedpur, Nagaland, Patna, Raipur, Silchar, Srinagar and Uttarahand. Out of the 11 appointees, two appointees are professors from IITs and five are teaching at NITs.
Jio to connect govt schools, colleges with a high-speed net to make U'khand 'Digital Devbhoomi': Ambani Having invested over Rs 4, 000 crore in Uttarakhand, the richest Indian, Mukesh Ambani onSunday said that his telecom venture Reliance Jio will connect most of the 2, 385-plus government schools and colleges in the next two years with high-speed internet to make the state a 'Digital Devbhoomi'.
IIT KGP and REDOC SPI tie up in doctoral education IIT Kharagpur and REDOC SPI, a French network of doctoral schools, have come together to strengthen institutional collaboration in doctoral education and research.
Government to come up with 20 lakh jobs, know which is best for you? To tackle the problem of unemployment in the country, the government has invited the candidates for several positions in 244 public areas. About two lakh aspirants will get enrolled in the Railway Department.
IIT Kanpur Suspends 22 Second-year B.Tech Students For Ragging Juniors Kanpur, Oct 10: The Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur has suspended 22 second-year B.Tech students for ragging their juniors. A total of 16 students have been suspended for a period of three years and six students for one year. The suspended students will resume their studies only after they complete their suspension period. The decision was taken in the presence of the director Professor Indranil Manna and deputy director Professor Manindra Agarwal, TOI reported. However, the two decided not to file police complaints against students as that would have jeopardised their future prospects.
RMIT University International Tuition Fee Scholarships, Australia - 2017 RMIT offers two international tuition fee scholarships: the RTP International Tuition Fee Scholarship (RITFS) and the RMIT Research International Tuition Fee Scholarship (RRITFS) for Under-graduate and Post-graduate scholars. RITFS scholarships are funded by the Australian Government and RRITFS scholarships are funded by RMIT University.