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Educational News Today - Archive - May 2011

May 28 2011 - More seats in two medical colleges
  As many as 50 seats each will be increased for MBBS in the Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode government medical colleges this academic year, Minister for Health Adoor Prakash has said. Read More >>

May 25 2011 - Top honours for boys in medical entrance
  Boys have bagged majority of the top honours in the medical entrance test held in April. Boys have won seven of the first 10 ranks, including the first rank, in the general category. Read More >>

May 24 2011 - Cusat online counselling from today
  An online counselling for admission to the B.Tech. and M.Sc. photonics courses of the Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat) will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Read More >>

May 24 2011 - Good show by schools in district
  Students in schools following the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus in the district have notched up a creditable performance in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (class 12), the results of which were declared on Monday. Read More >>

May 21 2011 - 82.25% students pass HSS exam
  More than 2.4 lakh students from the higher secondary and vocational higher secondary streams have qualified for further studies this year. The 2011 results of these examinations, announced here on Friday, recorded a marginal increase over 2010 in the number of students who passed. Read More >>

May 18 2011 - Engineering college managements seek fee hike
  The Self-Financing Engineering College Managements Association has demanded that the fee for the engineering course be increased by Rs.25,000 in seats allocated under the government quota in its affiliated colleges for the new academic year. Read More >>

May 18 2011 - Fee for engineering courses unchanged
  The admission supervisory committee for professional colleges, headed by the former judge of the High Court P.A. Mohammed, has decided not to change the fee structure for self-financing engineering courses from the previous academic year, while increasing the fee for self-financing dental courses by six per cent. Read More >>

May 17 2011 - "Delayed results a body blow for semester system"
  In what is widely seen as a body blow for the credibility of the choice-based credit-and-semester system for degree courses in the University of Kerala, the results of the first-semester BA and B.Sc. examinations have been unduly delayed. Read More >>

May 13 2011 - Four medical colleges to admit PG students from government list
  Four private self-financing medical colleges in the State have agreed to admit students to 50 per cent of their postgraduate (PG) medical seats from the government's merit list. Read More >>

May 10 2011 - Students develop fuel-less bike
  How about riding a motorcycle without ever having to bother about filling fuel? Read More >>

May 10 2011 - "AIEEE to be held tomorrow"
  The rescheduled examination of All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) - 2011 for candidates who could not appear on May 1 will be held on May 11 at notified centres in 39 cities across the country, according to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Read More >>

May 09 2011 - "Kerala University plans online admissions"
  Close on the heels of the decision by Mahatma Gandhi University to institute a single-window admission system for its degree courses, the University of Kerala is understood to be actively considering switching over to a similar online system for admissions to its undergraduate programmes. Read More >>

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