Cal HC stays reservation for OBCs in IIM-Calcutta PG courses In a jolt to pro-reservationists, the Calcutta High Court on Wednesday stayed quota for OBCs in post- graduate courses in Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and stopped interview of ..
About 11500 students from across India wrote the first Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) on Sunday, 11th May 2008.. Over 1,100 seats in the best law schools across the country are up for grabs.This first CLAT is an attempt to cut down on multiple entr ..
Kerala HC admits pleas on 'single window' admission Kochi, May 9 The Kerala High Court today admitted two petitions challenging the 'single window' system for admissions to 'Plus Two' courses in the state, announced recently by the LDF government ..
REGISTERED AND UNREGISTERED MADARASAS Madarsas are not allocated any funds for infrastructural development. Madarsas which volunteer to teach modern subjects like Science, Maths and Social Studies in addition to their traditional curriculum are ..
Students protest against quota for OBCs Students agitating against quota for OBCs in higher educational institutions on Friday staged a demonstration in the Supreme Court premises in New Delhi and clashed with police. About 300 students from AIIMS, ..
The Supreme Court has sought a response from the Tamil Nadu govt on a petition seeking revival of the Common Entrance Test (CET), abolished last year, for admissions to professional courses in the state for academic session 2008-09.A Bench headed by ..
hese may still be early days for foreign law firms to set foot in India, but they sure are shaking up the legal fraternity here. Top foreign law firms like Clifford Chance and Allen and Overy are stocking up on Indian talent, thereby effecting big sa ..
Setting up of "Fire Task Force" in every school and imparting compulsory fire fighting training to teachers and students are some of the measures suggested by a team of three Supreme Court-appointed lawyers.The suggestions come in the backdrop of the ..
A Bill was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday to make it obligatory for five central universities, including Delhi University and JNU, to lay their annual reports before Parliament.The Central Universities Laws (Amendment) Bill 2008, introduced ..
The Uttar Pradesh government lifted the ban of elections to the student unions in universities and colleges in the state.The announcement to this effect was made by Chief Minister Mayawati in the Vidhan Sabha in Lucknow.Mayawati said that the student ..