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Educational News Today - Archive - September 2011

Sep 30 2011 - IBPS urged to adopt PSC exam system as a model
  Candidates who appeared for the examination of the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) on September 18 are a worried lot, thanks to time discrepancy. Read More >>

Sep 29 2011 - 1,100 B.Com. results withheld
  The grades of close to half the 2,585 students who wrote the second semester CBCS B.Com examinations in May-June 2011 were withheld by the University of Kerala even as the university declared the results of these examinations on Wednesday. Read More >>

Sep 25 2011 - No 50% quota from next year: managements
  The Self-financing Engineering College Managements Association will not earmark 50 per cent seats as government quota in its affiliated institutions from next year. Read More >>

Sep 24 2011 - College to hold ‘Insight 2011' expo
  As part of its diamond jubilee celebrations, Fatima Mata National College is organising a three-day exhibition on its campus from September 27. The exhibition christened “Insight 2011” will be inaugurated by N.R. Subramaniyan, managing director of the Kerala Minerals and Metals Limited. Read More >>

Sep 24 2011 - Panel to revamp university's exam system
  The newly constituted Syndicate of the University of Calicut held its maiden meeting on Friday, and decided to implement various measures envisaged by the new Vice-Chancellor, M. Abdul Salam. Read More >>

Sep 24 2011 - MBBS, BDS allotment
  The fifth phase of allotments for MBBS, BDS courses has been published by the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations, here on Friday. The allotment details are published on www.cee.kerala.gov.in. Read More >>

Sep 22 2011 - NSS college to host meet on optoelectronics
  Pazhassi Raja NSS College at Mattannur here will hold a two-day national seminar on emerging trends in optoelectronics and solar energy nanomaterials in collaboration with the National Institute of Technology-Kozhikode from September 23. Read More >>

Sep 20 2011 - NAAC rating for five colleges
  The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) of the University Grants Commission has awarded grades to five colleges in the State. They are Mar Ivanios College (A grade), Thiruvananthapuram; Deva Matha College, Kuravilangad (A); St. Joseph College of Teacher Education for Women, Kochi (B); Sacred Heart College, Chalakudy (A); and Providence Women's College, Kozhikode (A). Read More >>

Sep 20 2011 - Applications invited for PG certificate course in English
  The Centre for English Language and Communication Skills (CELCS) of the Mahatma Gandhi University has invited applications for its Post Graduate Certificate in English Communication (PGCEC) course. Read More >>

Sep 17 2011 - Plan for new block for medical college
  A special meeting of peoples' representatives and doctors will be convened in the district to discuss the developmental concerns of the Government Medical College Hospital here, Health Minister Adoor Prakash has said. He was speaking after inaugurating a new cath lab at the hospital here on Friday. Read More >>

Sep 17 2011 - “Medical varsities can be split up into unitary type universities”
  The Vice-Chancellor of the Kerala University of Health Sciences and Member of the Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India (MCI) K. Mohandas has advocated the breaking up of existing medical universities into several unitary type universities without the affiliating role in order to ensure autonomy in medical education and promote research and innovation. Read More >>

Sep 16 2011 - Entrance examinations
  The entrance examinations for admission into engineering and medical courses for 2012 would be held from April 23 to 26. Read More >>

Sep 15 2011 - Agriculture varsity to offer course in food engineering
  The Kerala Agricultural University plans to launch a B.Tech. course in food engineering. Read More >>

Sep 05 2011 - Medical seats: NSS asks Chandy to intervene
  The Nair Service Society (NSS) has called for immediate intervention of Chief Minister Oommen Chandy to correct the anomaly in the agreement arrived at between his government and private medical managements as “it will upset existing norms of reservation.” Read More >>

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