Admissions to SPPU begin tomorrow, and the date of the entrance exam will be announced soon.

Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) will begin accepting applications for diploma, degree, and post-graduation programmes on Wednesday (June 15). According to authorities, admission tests will be held in the next month. On Monday, the university’s admissions department released a comprehensive admissions calendar for at least 2,500 seats. The tentative dates for the entrance tests are

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Assam government school teachers will be trained by IIT faculty members.

GUWAHATI: Faculty members from IIT-Guwahati will train teachers from Assam government schools, several of which have been issued showcause warnings by the state education department for having zero pass percentages in the recently released Class X state board exam results. A total of 102 government-run schools were investigated, with pass rates ranging from zero to

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After the summer vacation, Pune schools are ready to welcome students back.

PUNE With most schools in Pune resuming on Monday, June 13, school administrators are preparing to welcome pupils back while also making safety preparations in light of the state’s growing number of Covid-19 cases. Suraj Mandhare, the state education commissioner, has issued a circular instructing all schools and education departments to celebrate the first two

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The vice-chancellor of SPPU appoints two deans.

PUNE Professor Karbhari Vishwanath Kale, the new vice-chancellor (V-C) of Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), appointed two deans for the university’s several streams. According to SPPU authorities, two new deans have been appointed, while two others have been retained, after the term of the previous deans came to an end last week. Prof Vijay Khare,

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Government proposes regulator for higher education

NEW DELHI: The government is anticipated to submit the Bill to establish up an overarching regulatory agency for higher education — Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) — in the monsoon season of Parliament in July. The proposed panel will have authority to enforce academic quality standards and compel the closure of sub-standard schools. Non-compliance

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