Nagpur: Students of Std X who had participated in competitive sports, NCC or specified drawing competitions may get benefit of up to 15 marks during admission to junior college. These marks can many times make a huge difference when the final merit list is prepared for the Common Admission Process (CAP). It could mean leaping… Read More Extra-curricular marks can mean extra advantage
Procedure for the first year junior college (FYJC) online ad mission is expected to start Monday with distribution of information guides. There are 1.6 lakh seats in the commerce stream, 86,000 seats in science and 39,000 in arts. The online admission process involves filling up the registration form and the option form. Once submitted, registration… Read More Online Jr college admissions from Monday
As a popular tutorial giant charges Rs 2,000 per head for counselling students to make the right choice after Class X, education department calls it exploitative Demand and supply forms the fulcrum of all businesses, but it is for the first time that a popular coaching class has decided to cannibalise on the desperation and… Read More So now you need coaching to pick the right college?
Result of the High School Leaving Certificate (Class X) Examination, 2015 conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Manipur declared few days ago. After declaration of the result, parent and guardian of the passed students are hectic on selection of school where their ward should be admitted. Taking its advantage, most of the Non-Government (Private) higher… Read More Admission to Private Higher Secondary Schools of Manipur
Nagpur: We are all aware that sports brings name, fame, glamour, style, passion and craze. It’s almost a culture to be popular in school and colleges. When it goes along with academics, it’s like a cherry on the top of a cake. The package of players, their talent and skill, will always be a matter… Read More ‘Playing hard will get you ahead in admissions game’
The Minister for Education has indicated a willingness to further water down planned junior cycle reforms to achieve agreement with teacher unions. However, Jan O’Sullivan said she would not compromise on key principles, including the “need to give prominence and importance to classroom-based assessment”.Addressing a meeting of school managers in Co Kerry , she said:… Read More Jan O’Sullivan signals further movement on junior cycle reform
The Right to Education (RTE) quota for pre-primary classes has been scrapped by Maharashtra government. Reason: It says it cannot afford to reimburse schools. The state made the decision public through a government resolution issued on Thursday. With the new rule, students between three and six years of age from economically weaker sections will not… Read More Maharashtra: No admission to pre-primary under RTE quota, Class 1 fixed as entry-point