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National Law University, Lucknow
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From: Thursday, February 18, 2016
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Description: Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya Natioal Law University, Lucknow proudly announces ‘Extasia’, a four day inter-college cultural festival to be organised by the University in co-ordination with our inter-college Sports Festival- Aavahan.


    
Exam evaluators in the dock over mistakes
Saturday, February 06, 2016

 The Telangana Government has issued notices to 2,300 junior lecturers who committed blunders as evaluators.

Hyderabad: The Telangana state government has cracked the whip on errant evaluators of Intermediate answer sheets. It has issued notices to 2,300 junior lecturers who committed blunders as evaluators in the April 2015 public exams and has levied penalties ranging from Rs 1,000 to Rs 20,000 each.

Several meritorious students were given lower marks despite performing well in the exams. Students had to then incur unnecessary expenditure to apply and get revaluations done, besides suffering mental agony. Intermediate marks have become more significant since 2012 with the Centre?s policy to give 40 per cent weightage to them in JEE (Main). Moreover, only students who fall in the top 20 percentile in Inter exams are eligible for admission into IITs even if they clear JEE (Main) and JEE (Advanced) with top marks.

Besides, the state government has been giving 25 per cent weightage for Inter marks in Eamcet since 2009. All these factors have put enormous pressure on Inter students for securing higher marks in exams and faulty evaluation has been hurting their prospects. With each mark being crucial, a variation of up to 30 marks was witnessed in case of some students due to faulty evaluation. “Notices were issued to errant evaluators. Penalties have been levied based on the gravity of errors committed by them.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/crime/060216/exam-evaluators-in-the-dock-over-mistakes.html

Telangana government eases GRE norms for SC students
Friday, February 05, 2016

 Government issued revised orders stating that students should only have a valid score. (Representational Image)

Hyderabad: The Telangana government has exempted Scheduled Castes students from securing stipulated marks in TOEFL, IELTS, GRE, GMAT etc., to avail its “Ambedkar Overseas Vidya Nidhi” scheme, which provides financial assistance to SC students for pursuing higher studies in post-graduate courses in foreign universities. A valid score in these exams would be enough to gain eligibility as per the revised norms.

The government gives a grant of Rs 10 lakh to SC students to take admissions in foreign universities under the scheme. The government had issued orders in April 2015 mandating students to have a TOEFL score of 50 or IELTS score of 6.5 or GRE score of 280 or a GMAT score of 550.

However, on Tuesday it issued revised orders stating that students should only have a valid score.

The Congress government in undivided AP had introduced the scheme in 2013 with no stipulated marks for students. In 2015, the TS government had prescribed minimum marks after which it was observed that a large number of students, who were applying to varsities without getting the minimum scores, were getting admissions in the US. But in the I-20s issued to them, it was mentioned that these students had to take up English proficiency courses before attending classes in US colleges for which they had to pay substantial fees and also wait till they became proficient in English to commence regular courses.

This was causing an additional financial burden on the candidates, who hail from below poverty line families. “The minimum marks resulted in only a handful of students getting selected for the scheme. Besides, there are several other opportunities in other countries barring US, in which a valid score in these exams is enough for admissions. Such students can utilise this scheme,” said welfare minister Jogu Ramanna.

He said students could also secure admissions in US varsities with a valid score but they needed to undergo an English proficiency course for which they had to bear the expenses on their own.

“It’s up to the students whether to opt for US or other countries. The government wants to encourage more and more students from SC category to pursue foreign studies,” he added.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/050216/telangana-government-eases-gre-norms-for-sc-students.html

Students drop PhD-at-Osmania University dream
Tuesday, February 02, 2016
 Osmania University

Hyderabad: Students from Telangana have given up hope of doing PhDs from the Osmania University thanks to the inordinate delay by the university in conducting PhD admissions.

The university had released notification for PhD admissions in July 2014 but the eligibility test was conducted only in January 2015, five months later. A year later the university has still not conducted PhD admissions. In fact, OU has not conducted PhD admissions through eligibility tests since 2013.

While some students are lashing out on social media regarding the university's failure, many are complaining anonymously fearing that they may not be selected if identified.

There are other reasons too for the students to feel disgruntled. The university had released the results of the PhD eligibility test five months after the exam whereas the rules state that it should be declared within 60 days of the test.

Moreover, the departments have a limited number of seats for PhD which are being regularly filled by those who secure national-level fellowships like UGC/CSIR JRF, ICAR and ICMR or are regular M.Phil students from OU.

Some students who qualified in the PhD eligibility test see this as a ploy by the university to fill up seats with M.Phil students from OU who have political backing. Moreover, eligibility test qualification is valid for just one year. Some even left jobs to pursue PhD and are now left in lurch.

After the PhD eligibility test results were released last year in which 6,000 students qualified, there were violent protests by students regarding increased cut off marks for the PhD eligibility test and the criteria of interview, after which admissions were halted.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/020216/students-drop-phd-at-osmania-university-dream.html

HCU teachers on hunger strike over Rohith Vemula's suicide
Thursday, January 28, 2016
 Students of various universities and colleges during a protest over Rohith Vemula's suicide at Hyderabad Central University campus in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad: Three teachers of Hyderabad Central University sat on a one-day hunger strike on Thursday demanding that Vice-Chancellor Appa Rao Podile be removed and in-charge VC Vipin Srivastava step down, in order to resume academic and administrative activities.

The protest by teachers comes a day after a second batch of students on an indefinite fast demanding justice for Dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula, who allegedly committed suicide on January 17, were shifted to hospital following concerns over their health condition.

A teacher from the Osmania University also joined the protesting teachers in the fast on HCU campus under the banner of SC/ST Teachers' Forum and other concerned teachers.

Earlier, a group of seven students had also been taken to hospital following their deteriorating health condition.

The agitating students yesterday refused to hold talks with Srivastava, who came to the protest site.

Read: Dalit scholar suicide: 'Overwhelmed' JAC members call bandh a success

They alleged that Srivastava was equally responsible for the "wrong affairs" and demanded that he step-down from the responsibility of interim VC.

Meanwhile, the Joint Action Committee for Social Justice, spearheading the agitation over Rohith's suicide, said that students would intensify the "struggle" till all their demands are met.

Their demands include Podile's resignation, and also Srivastava's from the post of in-charge VC, "sacking" from Union Cabinet of HRD Minister Smriti Irani, employment to a family member of Rohith and Rs 50 lakh compensation to his family.

The selection of Srivastava as interim VC was earlier opposed by the students and SC/ST staff forums as they claimed he headed the Executive Council sub-committee whose decisions were "responsible for the death of Rohith" and that he was one of the accused in the death of another Dalit student in 2008.

Students of most universities in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana yesterday boycotted classes in solidarity with the agitators as they sought "justice" for Rohith.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/current-affairs/280116/hcu-teachers-on-hunger-strike-over-rohith-vemula-s-suicide.html

462 posts in Med college to be filled up
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
 The Telangana government on Tuesday issued a slew of GOs, including filling up 462 posts in the Mahbubnagar Medical College and Teaching Hospital. (Representational image)

Hyderabad: The Telangana government on Tuesday issued a slew of GOs, including filling up 462 posts in the Mahbubnagar Medical College and Teaching Hospital. It may be mentioned here that Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had earlier announced establishment of a government medical college in Mahbubnagar with a Budget of Rs 450 crore.

Also, 42 supernumerary posts were created for forest department staff working in seven mandals of Khammam district, that eventually went to AP to facilitate construction of Polavaram project. Further, orders were issued for creation of 147 posts in Warangal MGM Hospital and 63 regular and 22 outsourcing posts for Kaloji Health University.

To expedite Mutcherla Pharma city project, the TS government hired Shakti M. Nagappan as consultant, who will be interacting with stakeholders and pharma companies. He will be in service for one year.


Source: http://deccanchronicle.com/current-affairs/200116/462-posts-in-med-college-to-be-filled-up.html

    
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