Student Corner / Education News
21 May 2015
Admission to Delhi University
- Counselling sessions to students and parents for admission to Delhi University to commence soon. Counselling center will be set in North faculty outside Botany department. Registrations to begin this Thursday and the admission process will commence soon after.
21 May 2015
LLB Entrance Crash course
- NSUI Delhi will organize a LLB entrance Crash course for all the students aspiring to enter the field of Legal education in Delhi University. The crash course will is scheduled to be held from 25th May to 1st June at Tagore Hall, faculty of arts, North Campus, Delhi University. We are inviting entries. If interested please contact State President, Vikas Chhikara - 9891019170.
20 May 2015
Andhra scores a record 91.42% pass percentage in Class 10
- Andhra Pradesh scored a record pass percentage of 91.42% in the results of Class 10 exams. A total of 6.5 lakh students had appeared for the Secondary School Certificate exams conducted between March 26 and April 11. In keeping with the national trend, girls scored a pass percentage of 91.71%, compared to the boys' figure of 91.15%. Meanwhile, the Board of Intermediate Education in Andhra Pradesh has released the schedule for admissions into intermediate colleges offering +2 courses across the state. The first phase of admissions would commence on June 1.
20 May 2015
Always thought I should’ve been born in big city, says CLAT topper
- For Aakash Jain, topping the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) was not just about hard work and hitting the books. It also meant overcoming his inhibitions related to his small town origins and a fear of English. But the 18-year-old from the small town of Kolaras in Shivpuri district said it isn’t necessary to quit social networking sites to ace such a tough examination. All one needs to do is study strategically, he said. English was nothing less than a nightmare for Jain when he moved to Bhopal from Shivpuri, 312 km north of the state capital, to prepare for the test. “When I came to Bhopal to prepare for the test and I saw students from convent schools, I always thought I should have been born in a big city as I was very poor in English. I always paid extra attention to English,” Jain told Hindustan Times over phone. Jain scored 141.25 marks out of 200 in the CLAT, the results for which were declared on Tuesday night by the Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University in Lucknow.