IIM-Ahmedabad raises PG management program fee to Rs22 lakh

IIM-Ahmedabad had last year raised the fee for the two-year programme to Rs21 lakh from Rs19.5 lakh. Photo: Mint Ahmedabad: The Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIM-A) on Saturday raised the fee of its flagship post-graduate program (PGP) in management for 2018-20 to Rs22 lakh from Rs21 lakh. The institute’s director Erol D’Souza gave the information while talking to reporters on the sidelines of its 53rd convocation here. The institute had last year raised the fee for the two-year programme to Rs21 lakh from Rs19.5 lakh. D’Souza said the IIM-A Board,…

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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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PG Medical admissions: HC gives split verdict on incentive marks for govt docs

The Madras High Court on Wednesday gave a split verdict on a plea for fixing norms for according incentive marks to in-service government doctors for admission to the post-graduate medical courses in Tamil Nadu. The Madras High Court on Wednesday gave a split verdict on a plea for fixing norms for according incentive marks to in-service government doctors for admission to the post-graduate medical courses in Tamil Nadu. While one judge of the bench held the state’s methodology for giving incentive marks to the in-service candidates as ‘not in conflict’…

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