NEET result soon, Supreme Court stays Madras HC order

The Supreme Court on Monday ordered the CBSE to declare the result of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to medical and dental colleges, bringing relief to more than a million students. The Central Board of Secondary Education had on June 9 sought immediate stay on the Madras high court order that restrained it from declaring the result. The high court’s interim order had come on a batch of pleas alleging that a uniform question paper was not given and there was a vast difference between the ones…

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50% in-house quota in PG medical admissions: SC to pass order on BHU, AMU’s plea

The Banaras Hindu University, the Aligarh Muslim University and the Medical Council of India on Tuesday joined hands to challenge in the Supreme Court an Allahabad High Court order setting aside 50% institutional preference in admission to PG medical seats. A vacation bench of justices Ashok Bhushan and Deepak Gupta, after hearing the arguments, reserved its verdict for Wednesday. During the brief submission, the two universities said that the high court verdict was violative of earlier apex court judgement and MCI regulations which allow institutes to take admissions on 50%…

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Brandon University apologises after making alleged sexual assault victims sign ‘gag order’ contract

A university has been forced to denounce a contract it made those alleging sexual assault sign which required them to not discuss the case with third parties – or risk being expelled. Brandon University in Manitoba, Canada, has issued a public statement after an outcry, saying it now recognises its “student behavioural contract” to be “inappropriate,” adding it “will no longer be using them.” The contract – which has since been labelled a “gag order” by campaigners – has been confirmed as genuine by the university, and first came to light when…

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Using a Consumer Credit Counseling Service In Order To Get Debt Relief

There are several different forms of debt relief. Companies like National Debt Relief – https://www.nationaldebtreliefprograms.com/often have several different debt relief packages on offer as part of their service. The general rule of thumb when choosing a good company to help you out is to pick a company that has as many options as possible. Debt relief companies that have several options to help you get out of debt are a good idea because your choice of options will not be limited to only what is available, but rather to what…

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