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ATS seeks details of foreign students

In a bid to keep a tab on terrorist activities in the city and Pune, the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has asked both the University of Mumbai and University of Pune to furnish details of foreign student

Comeback for campus politics

The state government’s recent announcement in the state Assembly to restart college and University elections has not gone down well with many sections of the society.

‘More scope to get state seat’

With the Supreme Court order canceling the government’s ambitious project of having a centralised and uniform admission system for medical colleges in the country in the form of the National Eligibili

Online admissions a failure?

The government’s ambitious plan to reduce students’ stress by implementing online admissions for all educational courses has not even come close to achieving its goal.

IIT-B to get freshers used to its ‘wild’ ways

The Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT-B) technological extravaganza Techfest may be five months away, but the organisers as part of their social and campus responsibility have decided to org

State invites FRTWA on LBT issue

Giving in to the demands of the Federation of Retail Traders Welfare Association (FRTWA), state chief secretary Jayantkumar Banthia has invited two representatives of the retailers group to participat

‘Don’t implement ban in retrospect’

Member of Legislative Council Ramdas Mote has written to the state education ministry office, demanding regularisation of teachers appointed before May 2, 2012.

Cartelisation of drugs to stop: FDA

The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has decided to crack down on the cartelisation of the medicine and drug industry by asking companies to terminate their memorandums of understanding

Andamans missing from Class 10 textbook

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has found itself in a spot after it found that the political maps used in history textbooks of Class 10 had Andaman an

Withdraw faulty textbooks: CM

The Maharashtra government on Thursday ordered withdrawal of Class 10 geography textbooks that excludes Arunachal Pradesh from the map of India.

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