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SC Imposes Rs 5 Crore Fine on Medical College for Violation of MCI Regulations

SC Imposes Rs 5 Crore Fine on Medical College for Violation of MCI Regulations

The Supreme Court has on Wednesday imposed Rs 5 crore fine on Saraswati Medical College (a private medical college) in Unnao, for granting admission to students in violation of the regulations of the

No Extra Chance to the UPSC Candidates Who Already Exhausted October 2020 Attempt: SC

No Extra Chance to the UPSC Candidates Who Already Exhausted October 2020 Attempt: SC

Supreme Court has given its final verdict in connection to the appeal for granting a second attempt to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Prelims examination 2021. The court stated that no ext

Demand and Supply is Imbalanced, Delhi HC Refuses Permission to Set Up New Pharmacy Colleges

Demand and Supply is Imbalanced, Delhi HC Refuses Permission to Set Up New Pharmacy Colleges

Delhi High Court has refused to grant interim relief over a batch of petitions challenging the 5-year moratorium imposed by the Pharmacy Council of India on setting up new pharmacy institutions. The p

BCI Scrapped One Year LL.M Degree, PG Common Entrance Test To be Introduced Soon

BCI Scrapped One Year LL.M Degree, PG Common Entrance Test To be Introduced Soon

Bar Council of India has issued a notification regarding the decision to scrap the one year LL.M course which was introduced in India in 2013. The post graduate degree in law, LL.M has to be two years

Allahabad HC Imposed Rs 10,000 on UP Board Secretary over Mental Harassment of A Girl Student

Allahabad HC Imposed Rs 10,000 on UP Board Secretary over Mental Harassment of A Girl Student

Allahabad High Court has imposed a cost of Rs 10,000 on the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council’s Secretary Prayagraj for showing a student absent in high school, giving her average marks,

“All States Should Give Rs 2000 Per Month for the CCI Children Restored with Families”: Supreme Court

“All States Should Give Rs 2000 Per Month for the CCI Children Restored with Families”: Supreme Court

Supreme Court on Tuesday has directed all the states to provide Rs 2,000 per month for the education of children of Child Care Institution (CCI) who are now restored to their families amid the ongoing

SC Asks IIT Bombay to Grant Interim Admission to Orphan Student, Who Lost Seat after Clicking Wrong Link

SC Asks IIT Bombay to Grant Interim Admission to Orphan Student, Who Lost Seat after Clicking Wrong Link

Supreme Court on Wednesday allows the 18-year old student to pursue his dream of B.Tech course from IIT Bombay. The court has asked the IIT to grant him interim admission and has posted the matter aft

SC Orders Medical College in Telangana to Pay Rs. 10 Lakh Compensation for Illegally Denying Admission to a PG Medical Course Aspirant

SC Orders Medical College in Telangana to Pay Rs. 10 Lakh Compensation for Illegally Denying Admission to a PG Medical Course Aspirant

On Monday, the Supreme Court ordered a Medical College in Telangana to pay Rs. 10 Lakh compensation to an MS Surgery course aspirant for illegally denying her admission to the college. A division benc

Tamil Nadu University Removed Arundhati Roy’s Book from Syllabus after Multiple Complaints

Tamil Nadu University Removed Arundhati Roy’s Book from Syllabus after Multiple Complaints

Manonmaniam Sundaranar University in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, has decided to withdraw Arundhati Roy’s book named “Walking with the Comrades” from its postgraduate English syllabus. A

“Notify Candidates’ Concerns and Corrective Measures Taken on Official Website”; SC Directs ICAI

“Notify Candidates’ Concerns and Corrective Measures Taken on Official Website”; SC Directs ICAI

Supreme Court on Wednesday has directed the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) to notify the details related to concerns raised by the CA candidates and the remedial measures that they

Class 10, 12 Board Exams Should Be Discontinued – Sisodia To Centre

Class 10, 12 Board Exams Should Be Discontinued – Sisodia To Centre

On Thursday, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia recommended that the board exams for class 10 and 12 should be discontinued after the rollout of the new National Education Policy (NEP). He further s

English medium education to help poor, marginalised students – AP to SC

English medium education to help poor, marginalised students – AP to SC

“Providing education through English medium would help the poor and marginalized students and bring better opportunities for career growth,” told the Andhra Pradesh government to the apex court. T

Delhi HC Asks HMA, Education Department to Decide on Allowing Students to Stay in Hostels and PGs During Exams

Delhi HC Asks HMA, Education Department to Decide on Allowing Students to Stay in Hostels and PGs During Exams

Delhi High Court on Monday asked the Ministry of Home Affairs to treat a plea filed by a parents body as a representation seeking directions to allow final year students to stay in hostels and paying

Six Former Judges Urge the Madras HC Chief Justice Not to Initiate Contempt Against Suriya Over NEET Remarks

Six Former Judges Urge the Madras HC Chief Justice Not to Initiate Contempt Against Suriya Over NEET Remarks

A reference to the Judiciary’s functioning in the matter relating to the conduct of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) made by popular Tamil actor Mr. Suriya Sivakumar has prompted th

No Maratha Quotas for Education and Employment for the Session 2020-2021; SC refers Matter to Larger Bench

No Maratha Quotas for Education and Employment for the Session 2020-2021; SC refers Matter to Larger Bench

Supreme Court on Wednesday, ruled that there will be no reservations for the members of the Maratha community in education as well as in employment this year. The bench has also referred the batch of

6 States File Review Petition in Supreme Court to Reconsider August 17 Order to Hold JEE, NEET Examination

6 States File Review Petition in Supreme Court to Reconsider August 17 Order to Hold JEE, NEET Examination

Six opposition-ruled state governments have filed a review plea in the Supreme Court seeking reconsideration of the August 17 order to conduct the JEE-NEET exams in September amid COVID-19. In the ear

“Final Year Exams Are Mandatory to Promote Students, Deadline Can Be Altered”- Supreme Court

“Final Year Exams Are Mandatory to Promote Students, Deadline Can Be Altered”- Supreme Court

Supreme Court has finally elucidated the ambiguities among the lakhs of students and has delivered its final verdict in connection to the petitions moved challenging July 6 guidelines issued by UGC fo

Needs to Revisit 2004 Verdict Deciding State’s Power to Sub-Classify SC/STs-Supreme Court

Needs to Revisit 2004 Verdict Deciding State’s Power to Sub-Classify SC/STs-Supreme Court

On Thursday, Supreme Court held that verdict delivered in 2004 holding that the states don’t have the power to further sub-classify the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, in order to grant quota

Actor Lori Loughlin Sentenced to Two Months Imprisonment in College Admission Scandal “Varsity Blues”

Actor Lori Loughlin Sentenced to Two Months Imprisonment in College Admission Scandal “Varsity Blues”

Former “Full House” actor Lori Loughlin has been awarded two years of imprisonment in connection to the college admission scandals involving dozens of parents as accused. Her husband Mossi

Union Cabinet Gives Nod to National Recruitment Agency (NRA) and Common Eligibility Test (CET)

Union Cabinet Gives Nod to National Recruitment Agency (NRA) and Common Eligibility Test (CET)

On Wednesday, Union Cabinet has given the nod to the set up of National Recruitment Agency and a Common Eligibility Test (CET) for all non-gazetted officers in central government and public centre ban

Delhi High Court Directed AAP Government to Continue the Welfare Initiatives for Orphans

Delhi High Court Directed AAP Government to Continue the Welfare Initiatives for Orphans

With disposing of a plea, Delhi High Court has asked Delhi government to continue with the welfare initiative for the orphan children including admitting them in private and public schools. Chief Just

Supreme Court Rejects Plea Seeking Postponement of JEE and NEET 2020 Exams

Supreme Court Rejects Plea Seeking Postponement of JEE and NEET 2020 Exams

Supreme Court has rejected the plea seeking postponement of JEE and NEET examinations while stating that life has to go on and we cannot put career of students on stake. A three-judge bench headed by

Yale University Accused Of Discriminating Against Asian American And White Students In Admissions

Yale University Accused Of Discriminating Against Asian American And White Students In Admissions

Department of Justice (DOJ) has accused Yale University of illegally discriminating against White and Asian American students during undergraduate admissions and violating federal civil rights law. &#

Delhi HC Gives Nod to Online Open Book Examination (OBE) for Final Year Students of Delhi University

Delhi HC Gives Nod to Online Open Book Examination (OBE) for Final Year Students of Delhi University

The Delhi High Court today gave a nod for holding the open book examination for the final year students of Delhi University. This online open book examination is to commence from Monday i.e. August 10

Delhi HC and DU in a Tiff About Student’s Future

Delhi HC and DU in a Tiff About Student’s Future

While listening to a bunch of pleas challenging the decision of Delhi University to conduct e- open book exam (OBE) for final year students on 4th August 2020; Justice Pratibha M. Singh iterated that

Rajasthan Government Approves 5 % Reservation for Most Backward Classes in Judicial Services

Rajasthan Government Approves 5 % Reservation for Most Backward Classes in Judicial Services

Ashok Gehlot led Rajasthan government has amended the Rajasthan Judicial Services Rules, 2010, and has approved 5 percent reservation in Rajasthan Judicial Services to the candidates belonging to Most

Madras HC warns institutions insisting full fee payment of contempt proceeding

Madras HC warns institutions insisting full fee payment of contempt proceeding

On Saturday, the Madras High Court warned the educational institutions to haul up for the contempt of Court, who have been in violation of the Court’s earlier order and have been insisting on full p

Key Highlights of New Education Policy 2020

Key Highlights of New Education Policy 2020

On 29th July, the Government has introduced the New Education Policy. This Policy aims to modify the higher education structure in India. Earlier in May, the Prime Minister had reviewed the New Educat

Delhi High Court Refused to Entertain a Plea Seeking Inclusion of Dance Courses in DU

Delhi High Court Refused to Entertain a Plea Seeking Inclusion of Dance Courses in DU

Delhi High Court has declined to entertain a plea seeking court directions to centre and Delhi University to add the dance subject to the varsity courses and further studies. Delhi HC bench of Chief J

Madras HC Directed Tamil Nadu Government to Regulate the Online Classes Hours

Madras HC Directed Tamil Nadu Government to Regulate the Online Classes Hours

Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu government to regulate the online classes hours properly to avoid compromising the health of the children with an irregular schedule. The court sought sta

Supreme Court Asks Madras HC to Decide on Pleas Seeking 50% OBC Reservation in Medical Examination

Supreme Court Asks Madras HC to Decide on Pleas Seeking 50% OBC Reservation in Medical Examination

Supreme Court on Monday, has asked the Madras High Court to decide on the petitions challenging centre government’s order restraining the grant of 50% reservation to the OBC candidates in medica

RGNLU students move Punjab & Haryana HC against college demand for full semester fee, amid COVID-19 crisis

RGNLU students move Punjab & Haryana HC against college demand for full semester fee, amid COVID-19 crisis

The Punjab and Haryana High Court considered the issues raised by the students of Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Patiala, who challenged the notice issued by the university wherein it has direc

List the Plea Seeking CBI Probe Against Chief Minister in Gold Smuggling Case as PIL – Kerala HC

List the Plea Seeking CBI Probe Against Chief Minister in Gold Smuggling Case as PIL – Kerala HC

A single-judge bench of the Kerala High Court held on Thursday that the writ petition seeking CBI probe against the state’s Chief Minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, regarding the gold smuggling case, has t

Writ Petition filed in Andhra Pradesh High Court Challenging the Withholding of AIBE’s Result

Writ Petition filed in Andhra Pradesh High Court Challenging the Withholding of AIBE’s Result

The writ petition was filed in Andhra Pradesh High Court challenging the withholding of AIBE’s result stating that the withholding of result without any valid reason or grounds is a violation of Pri

Karnataka High Court Stayed State Government Orders to Ban Online Classes

Karnataka High Court Stayed State Government Orders to Ban Online Classes

Karnataka High Court on Wednesday stayed the order of the state government issued on 15th and 27th June 2020 which put a ban on conducting online classes for classes LKG to 10 in view of COVID-19. The

RBI to monitor the implementation of Loan Moratorium Circular – Karnataka HC

RBI to monitor the implementation of Loan Moratorium Circular – Karnataka HC

On Wednesday, a single-judge bench of the Karnataka High Court held that it is mandatory for the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to monitor the implementation of its circular dated March 27, which extende

Universities decision to switch to online classes may lead to deportation of international students from US

Universities decision to switch to online classes may lead to deportation of international students from US

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the US Government had urged via the directive dated July 6, 2020, all the International Students who hold F-1 visas who are attending only online classes in

Delhi University postponed final year undergraduate exams till August 15

Delhi University postponed final year undergraduate exams till August 15

Delhi University on Wednesday, informed the Delhi High Court, and made an announcement that there will be no exams in July for final year undergraduate students in view of the pandemic COVID-19 outbre

CBSE Syllabus Reduced; Chapters on Nationalism, Secularity and Citizenship Scrapped

CBSE Syllabus Reduced; Chapters on Nationalism, Secularity and Citizenship Scrapped

Amid the ongoing COVID 19 crisis, certain modifications were made to rationalise the CBSE Syllabus and to make up for the academic loss faced by the students. The Central Board of Secondary Education

Punjab & Haryana HC Directs the Chandigarh Administration to Ensure Smooth Issuance of SLC to Students by Private Schools

Punjab & Haryana HC Directs the Chandigarh Administration to Ensure Smooth Issuance of SLC to Students by Private Schools

Punjab and Haryana High Court have directed the Chandigarh administration along with Punjab and Haryana governments to ensure the smooth issuance of school leaving certificate to the students without

ICAI seeks more time from Supreme Court to assess the feasibility of conducting CA exam 2020

ICAI seeks more time from Supreme Court to assess the feasibility of conducting CA exam 2020

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has sought more time in order to contact the exam centres and authorities to assess the situation and viability of conducting the Chartered Accou

Parents from eight states moves Supreme Court seeking moratorium on school fees

Parents from eight states moves Supreme Court seeking moratorium on school fees

A group of 10 parents has filed a plea before Supreme Court seeking moratorium or deferment of the school fees from April-June or till the resumption of physical classes. The petitioners hail to Rajas

High Court stays 50% reservation for Delhi students in NLUD

High Court stays 50% reservation for Delhi students in NLUD

On Monday, the Delhi High Court stayed the decision to introduce a 50% horizontal reservation at National Law University, Delhi to students who passed their qualifying exam from the institutes located

CBSE Seeks 2 More Days From SC to Submit Final Decision on Pending CBSE Exams

CBSE Seeks 2 More Days From SC to Submit Final Decision on Pending CBSE Exams

Supreme Court has adjourned the matter to June 25 as CBSE has asked for two more days to submit its decision on whether to conduct the remaining CBSE board exams or cancel them. Earlier CBSE has decid

Parents oppose reopening of schools amid the growing cases of COVID-19 in Haryana

Parents oppose reopening of schools amid the growing cases of COVID-19 in Haryana

Haryana government gave a nod to restart schools from July whereas colleges and universities are set to reopen from August. However, parents have expressed anger and unwillingness to send their childr

Tamil Nadu CPI(M) challenges in SC, denial of the reservation to OBC/SC/ST in UG-PG Medical seats in All-India Quota under NEET

Tamil Nadu CPI(M) challenges in SC, denial of the reservation to OBC/SC/ST in UG-PG Medical seats in All-India Quota under NEET

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) represented by its Tamil Nadu State Secretary has moved before the Supreme Court in a plea challenging the denial of the statutory reservation for the Other Back

Times Group slaps legal notice on ThePrint, for ‘disparaging’ article on COVID-19 transmission

Times Group slaps legal notice on ThePrint, for ‘disparaging’ article on COVID-19 transmission

Days after an Indian digital online newspaper, ThePrint published an article indicating that transmission of coronavirus through newspapers and currency notes were theoretically possible, Bennett Cole