The students who had appeared for the 4th, 6th semester undergraduate examinations can check the results through the official website, The University of Jammu has published the results of various undergraduate courses on Thursday, September 4. The students who had appeared for the 4th, 6th semester examinations can check the results through the official website, Jammu University results 2018, follow these steps to check score Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above Step 2: Click on the link flashing on the homepage Step 3: Click on Result of BA/ BSc/ BSc / B Com/ BBA/ BCA/ BA Eng (Hons)/ B Com (Hons) orRead More →

Higher Education Institutes will have to return the fees in case a student withdraws his/her admission. Failing to do so will result in action against the said Higher Education Institution. Dr. Satyapal Singh, Minister of State for HRD Ministry, tweeted today to inform that Higher Education Institutes will no longer be allowed to exploit students. Dr. Satyapal Singh’s tweet read, “Any institution not returning fees in case of withdrawal of admission will have to face action.” The concerned institute will have to return a student’s original documents and fees submitted at the time of admission. The decision is certainly to bring relief to many studentsRead More →

Haryana’s Maharashi Dayanand University has been ranked the cleanest government university by the HRD Ministry followed by Guru Nanak Dev University in neighbouring Punjab’s Amritsar. Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar announced the “Swachh Campus rankings” under different categories on Monday. The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) in the national capital has been ranked third among the government institutions followed by the Algappa University in Karaikudi and the Acharya Nagarjuna University in Guntur. Among the residential campuses of private universities, Pune’s Symbiosis International University has been ranked at the top followed by OP Jindal Global University in Sonipat, KLE Academy of HigherRead More →

Indian Institute Technology (IIT) Roorkee has been adjudged third best university in India by the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2019released on Wednesday. IIT Roorkee has climbed up 100 points from 501-600 in the previous year to 401-500 in the current year, in the best Universities group category, said a statement from the institute. India has enhanced its presence in a definitive world university rankings released on Wednesday by claiming 49 places this year, up from 42 last year. In what was described as an impressive debut entry by the annual ‘Times Higher Education World University Rankings’, the IIT Indore becomes India’s second highest ranked universityRead More →

The Times World University Ranking 2019 list is out. On a positive note, 7 more Indian Universities have made it to the list in comparison to last year and new institutes have outranked the older ones, this year. Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has made it to the 251-300 rank band and is the highest ranked Indian University in the list. The list comprises of more than 1250 Universities from 86 countries worldwide. While the Universities ranked in the global top 10 have retained their position, Yale University is the only newcomer in the list. Switzerland’s ETH Zurich has slipped down to 11th position this year.Read More →

Educational institutions were closed in Sopore due to exchange of fire between security forces and militants. Representational Image Authorities on Tuesday closed educational institutions and suspended mobile internet services in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sopore town following a firing exchange between the security forces and militants. The brief gun battle took place in Nowpora village of Tujjar area, police said. Troops of the Rashtriya Rifles (RR), special operations group (SOG) of the state police and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) started a search operation in Nowpora following a tip off about the presence of militants there. Hiding militants fired at the security forces triggering theRead More →

The IIT Kharagpur has signed an MoU with Carleton University of Canada to support research collaboration, capacity building and other forms of academic partnerships. Under this MoU, signed on Tuesday at IIT Kharagpur extension campus here, both institutions will focus on opportunities in student exchange, faculty exchange and professional development programmes, an IIT Kharagpur statement said here on Wednesday. The two institutions will also explore possibilities of collaborative masters programmes. The MoU will cover the scope of interaction among members of faculty relating to joint research projects, visits for such purposes and when necessary, joint applications for research funding from external funding agencies, the statementRead More →

Independent candidate and NSUI dissident Vinod Jhakhad won the Rajasthan University students’ union polls by defeating nearest ABVP rival Rajpal Chaudhary. Mr Jhkadad defeated his closest rival from RSS affiliated Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad or ABVP by 1,860 votes, reported Press Trust of India. Three of all the top central panel posts went to independents while ABVP emerged victorious in joint secretary post. The elections were held on August 31 and September 10. This is for the second consecutive year, an independent candidate has won the president’s post in the polls as last year when ABVP dissident Pawan Yadav had won the elections as anRead More →

The National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) has said that Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University (BBAU), RC Sobti, “lacked sensitivity” when dealing with a case of sexual harassment filed by a woman scheduled caste official. It said recently that the vice chancellor “lacked maturity” while handling the complaint of BBAU’s woman registrar, a Dalit. NCSC made these observations after the registrar, Sunita Chandra, moved a petition with the commission, drawing its attention to the sexual harassment she alleged she faced on campus. Earlier, NCSC had pointed to flaws in the reservation roster for appointment of teachers at BBAU. The commission found that vacancies in the reservationRead More →

With the Union ministry of human resource development (MHRD) releasing just half of the budget allocated under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), child-centred activities in UT government schools have been suffering. Implementation of self-defence training, remedial teaching and other components that are given the go-ahead by the Project Approval Board (PAB) were affected last year due to fund crunch. Sources say this year, too, children will have to suffer too. In 2015-16, the PAB, which is under the MHRD, released only 60% of the approved budget to UT. Against the allocation of Rs 59 crore, only Rs 35 crore were disbursed. The balance, Rs 24Read More →