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- NEET 2018 results out: Cut-offs reduces, 17% sufficient to join MBBS
The results for the 2018 National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) Undergraduate examination have been declared. This year, over 13 lakh medical aspirants appeared for the exam. According to the official exam schedule, the results were about to declare on June 5, but have been announced a day earlier than expected.CBSE to announce Board exam results by May end: Report
A senior board official speaking to Business Standard said that the results will be declared by the end of May.NEET 2018: Karnataka girl candidate files FIR against observer's 'inappropriate stare'
A girl student from Kerala has filed a police complaint against the external observer for staring her 'inappropriately.' She was also asked to remove her innerwear before appearing for the exam.UGC NET 2018: Sikh students allowed to wear 'Kara', carry 'Kirpan'
The Delhi High Court on Thursday ruled that Sikh candidates will be allowed to wear Kara (iron bracelet) and Kirpan (dagger) during the National Eligibility Test (NET) 2018 examination.CBSE released IIT JEE Main 2018 results at jeemain.nic.in; Check steps to download here
The Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE is likely to announce the IIT JEE Main 2018 results and All India Ranks in a short while on Monday.CBSE makes 'Physical Education' classes compulsory for students
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Sunday made one class on 'Physical Education' compulsory for all the students. Under the class it will be compulsory for students to move out on the ground and engage themselves in one of the listed activities.CBSE to relax two marks for typing errors in English Question Paper
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to provide compensation of two marks to Class 10th students for a typing error in English question paper.JEE Mains: Offline exam today; CBSE guidelines and last minute tips
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to conduct JEE Main 2018 offline exam on Sunday. Nearly, 11 lakh students have registered themselves for the exam and only 2,24,000 will be eligible for JEE Advance.BJP destroying institutions, paper leak destroyed students' hopes: Rahul
Accusing the BJP of destroying institutions, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said the CBSE paper leak had destroyed hopes and futures of millions of students.Congress targets Modi in CBSE paper leak case, government assures strict action
The Congress on Thursday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the CBSE paper leak and sought sacking of Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar as he expressed his determination to bring the guilty to book.Top Stories