Articles tagged under: higher education
December 09, 2018
New Delhi: A group of 30 professors from various universities across Gujarat led by State Principal Secretary Anju Sharma visited Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi after completing 10-day training on 'global practices in education sector'.
The training programme was held with purpose to benefit Gujarat from world's best education methods. The training programme was held jointly with U.K. government. It has four phases. 5000 professors of 11 private and government university in Gujarat are...Read More
December 05, 2018
Gandhinagar: Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board has announced the schedule for SSC/HSC exam that are to be conducted in March 2019. Both SSC and HSC exams will begin from 7th of March 2019. Detail programme can be accessed on this link.
November 28, 2018
Anand (Gujarat): The Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA), a pioneering academic institution in rural management education and research, has made significant changes to its PG Diploma in Rural Management (PGDRM) admissions’ 2019 process.
For the current year of admissions, only the CAT 2018/ XAT 2019 scores will be considered for shortlisting during the final selection round. IRMASAT, an exam on ‘Issues of Social Concern’, to be held at IRMA at the time of interview, will be ...Read More
October 21, 2018
Gandhinagar: Apart from open sports ground, provision of parking will be mandatory for opening a new secondary and higher secondary school in Gujarat.
The Government of Gujarat has made announcement that those filling application to start a new secondary and higher secondary school would need to register on Board website during 15-31 November and upload scanned documents.
As per provisions announced, proposed school building must have 1200 square meter land in urban area and 2000 square ...Read More
September 25, 2018
Ahmedabad: Students of H K Arts college today held protest after a major flaw in an internal exam paper.
In fact the paper of English of B. A 3rd semester contained questions from old syllabus rather than the new one. When the students noticed it they objected to it and later came out in the campus to protest it. Later the college management intervened and it was decided to cancel today's paper to be re-conducted on October 5.
Notably, the college situated beside Ashram ro...Read More
September 22, 2018
Palanpur: Deputy Chief Minister and Health Minister Nitin Patel inaugurated Banas medical college and research institute here on Friday in presence of Banas dairy chief and former minister of state for Health Shankarbhai Chaudhary and local MP and minister of state in the Centre Haribhai Chaudhary among others.
The hospital will be run by Galbabhai Nanjibhai Patel Charitable Trust. Galbabhai was founder of Banas dairy.
Speaking on this occasion, Nitin Patel said, prior to 1995 there were...Read More
September 19, 2018
Gandhinagar: Gujarat assembly today passed a bill for setting up Gujarat Biotechnology University.
According to the State government, proposed university will have research and innovation based course structure. Students of proposed university will along with studies also develop own innovative product, process or prototype and get training to set up a business based on it.
In order to develop a strong eco system for development of biotechnology sector, the state government has set up Gu...Read More
August 09, 2018
Surat : Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today reiterated his government’s resolve to preserve and promote the glorious history and heritage of the tribal people at a function at Nizar in Tapi district.
Speaking at the function to mark World Tribal Day, he said it is for the first time that he is participating at a function in the lap of state’s eastern tribal belt, extending from Ambaji in north Gujarat to Umargam in the south, comprising 90 lakh people.
Rupani said that the g...Read More
July 21, 2018
In an important academic decision, the Gujarat University today accepted the proposal to reduce the size and timing of question papers for its examination.
The proposal to reduce the duration of one paper to two and a half hours instead of 3 hours was accepted during the academic council and syndicate meet of the university held here today.
It has also been decided to reduce the number of questions in the papers to be answered to 4 instead of existing 5. The...Read More
July 16, 2018
Gandhinagar: Gujarat Public Service Commission(GPSC) has invited applications for recruitment of 294 posts of Class I and II.
Encouraging the youths to aply for Civil Service, GPSC Chairman Shri Dinesh Dasa in his Facebook post said: 'As Albert Einstein said "The measure of intelligence is the ability to change." The Civil Service as a career provides that opportunity to be able to change. The dream for many may come true when the Gujarat Public Service Commission has advertised 294 Class I ...Read More
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