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Day: August 26, 2020

SC Verdict on UGC Final Year Exam Delayed Further

Bad news awaits students eagerly anticipating final decision on UGC Exam Guidelines and final year university examinations. The Supreme Court of India is yet to announce the verdict. Advocate Alakh Alok Srivastava confirmed in a tweet that the verdict wasn’t likely to be delivered on 26th August. It is not clear if the verdict shall […]Read More

10 shoes all teachers should “invest” in

We know the work of a teacher demands hours of running helter skelter around the campus or standing for hours on end delivering lectures or traveling to and from your workplace and back. All in all, the life of a teacher in this country is pretty hectic. Under such circumstances it is very important to […]Read More

Despite protests, NTA stays firm about conducting NEET JEE

Even as protests raged across the country with personalities across various professions and fields lending voice to students asking for postponement, the NTA stayed firm in it’s decision to hold exams amidst the pandemic and released a new set of safety regur. The Joint Entrance Examination (Main) and the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-UG) will be […]Read More

Greta Thunberg now storms against NEET JEE examinations to take

Climate change activist Greta Thunberg spoke out in support of students demanding JEE NEET postponement. The activist said that it was ‘deeply unfair’ for students to have to appear for exams in the middle of a global pandemic. She also mentioned how students in India have been impacted by floods that hit states of Bihar […]Read More

Education Minister asks for NIOS to introduce reforms in education

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal recently stated that the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) needs to introduce reforms in its examination process so as to better it, such that the institute’s integrity could not be questioned. https://www.indiatoday.in/education-today/news/story/nios-must-introduce-reforms-in-examination-process-education-minister-1714824-2020-08-25Read More

Poll shows 92% students want cancellation of UGC final exams

Decision on whether or not the final year university examinations 2020 be cancelled would be taken soon. Even as lakhs of students wait for Supreme Court verdict on UGC case, the consensus on what students want is clear. In a poll conducted by Timesnownews.com, 92 per cent of the respondents voted for the examinations to […]Read More