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Bankatlal Badruka College Of IT
Computers, Sciences
3-2-847
Kachiguda 500027
Hyderabad
Phone Numbers: 2465-4471 2465-6862
Working Hours: 09:30-17:30
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Year Of Established in: 1950
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Hamfest India 2014

Muffakham Jah College Of Engineering And Technology (MJET)
8-2-249, Mount Pleasant, Road Number 3, Banjara Hills
From: Saturday, November 08, 2014
To: Sunday, November 09, 2014
Timings: 9 : 30 AM - 5 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: Not mentioned
Contact: 99488-45272
Description: Hamfest India 2014 is an upcoming event in Hyderabad.

Indo Global Education Expo Summit 2014

Marigold Hotel 5 Star Green Park Hotel 4 Star
Greenlands, Begumpet
From: Thursday, November 20, 2014
To: Sunday, November 23, 2014
Timings: 8 : 0 AM - 6 : 0 PM
Ticket Price: not mentioned
Contact: 9848909990
Description: INDO-GLOBAL EDUCATION EXPO & SUMMIT 2014 on student recruitment and academic collaborations will be held at Marigold Hotel and Green Park Hotel, Hyderabad, India from November 20 to 23, 2014. The Expo & Summit would provide a showcase of technology and training solutions, put the spotlight on educational institutions of excellence, and highlight best practices in teaching, learning and training. The Expo & Summit would be a place where students aspiring for higher education, their parents, teachers, lecturers, educationists, and others, would assemble in large numbers. The Expo & Summit will be promoted at national and international level through print and other media. Students interested in higher education at undergraduate and graduate levels will be mobilized.

    
Poor response for CBSE’s Udaan scheme
Friday, October 31, 2014
The Centre’s ambitious scheme for increasing enrolment of girl students for engineering courses doesn’t seem to have evoked much enthusiasm. Very few applications have so far been received by schools in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, forcing the extension of the last date. 
 
The CBSE this year introduced the Udaan scheme for girl students in Classes XI and XII to provide them with coaching for engineering entrance exams. Selected students would also be offered tablet computers. About 1,000 students, 500 from open category and 500 from SC, ST and Backward Classes, would be selected.
 
A centre coordinator in Warangal said they had received only five applications so far while an official in Hyderabad said the number was small. D. Sudha Madhavi, principal, Sree Venkateswara Bala Kuteer in Guntur said, “We have received about 30 to 40 applications so far but the last date has been extended to November 4.”
 
Surprisingly, the CBSE has termed families with an income of Rs 6 lakh as financially weak and eligible for the scheme. However, the government itself had stated in the past that families with an annual income of less than Rs 1 lakh would be categorised as economically weak.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141031/education/article/poor-response-cbse%E2%80%99s-udaan-scheme

Supreme Court adjourns phase 2 of academic counselling hearing
Wednesday, October 29, 2014
The college managements submitted that they will complete the syllabus by increasing the working hours and also cut short the holidays. The bench expressed its displeasure on increase in college hours and suggested them file a better schedule. (

 Expressing dissatisfaction over the academic schedule prepared by the private engineering colleges, the Supreme Court adjourned the hearing on petitions seeking permission to conduct second phase counselling, for admissions into engineering colleges, to Wednesday.
 
A two-member bench comprising Justice Sudhansu Jyoti Mukhopadhaya and Justice S.A. Bobde was hearing a batch of petitions by private engineering college managements of Telangana state seeking to declare the action of the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University of Hyderabad in de-recognising their institutions as illegal.  
 
The bench had on Monday directed the colleges to file an undertaking that they would follow the 240-day syllabus system in technical education, and also to file the academic schedule explaining the methodology that they would adopt to fulfil the 240-day syllabus system.
 
The college managements submitted that they will complete the syllabus by increasing the working hours and also cut short the holidays. The bench expressed its displeasure on increase in college hours and suggested them file a better schedule. 
 
While making it clear that they are allowing the second phase of counselling in view of the bifurcation of state, the bench adjourned the hearing to Wednesday.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141029/education/article/supreme-court-adjourns-phase-2-academic-counselling-hearing

Intermediate marks unlikely in Eamcet
Monday, October 27, 2014
Officials have already indicated that separate Intermediate exams in the two states might be a possibility only in the next academic year. Picture used for representational purpose. (Photo: DC/File)
Officials have already indicated that separate Intermediate exams in the two states might be a possibility only in the next academic year. Picture used for representational purpose. 

Hyderabad: Weightage may not be given to Intermediate marks in deciding Eamcet ranks from the next academic year onwards.

With Telangana and AP set to have separate Intermediate exams from 2015-16, the governments are considering scrapping the weightage given to Intermediate marks in Eamcet final ranking altogether as a common entrance exam with separate Inter boards will require a normalisation procedure for marks.

Normalisation of marks in the case of JEE Main have already come under fire with several cases being filed in courts over the issue.

Officials have already indicated that separate Intermediate exams in the two states might be a possibility only in the next academic year. However, officials are also of the view that scrapping the 25 per cent Intermediate weightage might be a good idea due to the controversies that normalisation processes usually attract.

With separate exams and a common Eamcet, the two governments have two options before them. One is to evolve a normalisation mechanism like that one used in JEE Main.

Or the weightage could be scrapped altogether. “There is the option of scrapping the weightage for Intermediate marks. We have given that option. Normalisation will definitely lead to controversies,” a top official said.

Officials also say that introducing another normalisation formula will lead to controversies. "Already there are several cases pending in courts about normalisation. The problem is that there is no accepted method for normalisation," another official of the AP State Council of Higher Education said.

The united Andhra Pradesh government had also taken up this issue last year with the Centre. Normalisation of marks in JEE Main and top 20 percentile norms in JEE Advanced had adversely affected the prospects of many students who wanted to join the IITs, NITs and other prominent centrally-funded technical institutions.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141027/nation-education/article/intermediate-marks-unlikely-eamcet

Juniors doctors ask seniors for support as strike continues
Monday, October 27, 2014
The junior doctors had gone all out seeking support from various quarters, parents, private sector doctors and also the public for their strike which entered its 28th day on Sunday.  (Photo: DC/File)
The junior doctors had gone all out seeking support from various quarters, parents, private sector doctors and also the public for their strike which entered its 28th day on Sunday. 
Hyderabad: Few doctors from the private sector came to address the concerns of junior doctors on Sunday. The junior doctors had gone all out seeking support from various quarters, parents, private sector doctors and also the public for their strike which entered its 28th day on Sunday.
 
The government said that there would be no talks till the strike was withdrawn. As for the patients, it is becoming quite a task as most of the senior doctors and assistant professors to be on duty till late evening and ensure that the hospitals are functional.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141027/nation-current-affairs/article/juniors-doctors-ask-seniors-support-strike-continues

Junior doctors to continue stir
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Junior doctors protest at the Dharna Chowk in Indira Park on Saturday against the one-year temporary government service. (Photo: DC/File)
Junior doctors protest at the Dharna Chowk in Indira Park on Saturday against the one-year temporary government service.
HyderabadThe junior doctors’ strike has entered the 27th day and they are not in a mood to relent. The doctors claim that they are going to continue till the government concedes their demands. The junior doctors called 30 parents to interact with them and also explained their point of view on Saturday. 
 
The government is very clear that they are going to implement the order and junior doctors must comply with it. The director of health and medical education, Dr P. Srinivas, has already started taking legal opinion on the issue to initiate action.

Source: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/141026/nation-current-affairs/article/junior-doctors-continue-stir

    
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