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The results for the debut edition of the Common University Entrance Test for undergraduate admissions were declared on Friday, National Testing Agency officials said. The CUET-UG results were scheduled to be declared by 10 pm on Thursday. However, the NTA said post-midnight that there will be a delay citing a huge database. “The merit lists will be prepared by participating universities, who will decide about their individual counselling on the basis of the CUET-UG score card,” said Sadhana Parashar, senior director (exams), NTA. The first edition of CUET-UG, the gateway for undergraduate admissions in all central universities, began in July and…

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The National Black Church Initiative (NBCI) and CME Outfitters (CMEO), a KnowFully Learning Group division and a top accredited provider of continuing medical education (CME/CE), have joined forces to address health inequities, enhance health literacy, and amplify patient voices, particularly in underserved and marginalised communities. A coalition of 150,000 African-American and Latino churches called NBCI works to educate its members, congregations, churches, and the general public about vital aspects of wellbeing. “Our common goals of enhancing healthcare via education make it an honour for us to work with the National Black Church Initiative to solve unmet medical needs in underprivileged…

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French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna declared on Wednesday that her country hopes to accept 20,000 Indian students by the year 2025. “In order for us to meet this goal, we need to enrol 7500–8000 new students each year, increasing the real enrollment by 50%. It has a big goal. However, the sky is the limit between France and India, stated Colonna, France’s Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, in a conversation with Lady Shri Ram College students. She said that the number of Indian students studying in France has rebounded after the pandemic’s initial decline, adding that interest among Indian…

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Sept. 13, 2022, RONKONKOMA, N.Y. /PRNewswire —Science education will be changed by Lab-Aids, a publisher and developer of interactive, fact-based science programs situated in Long Island. Lab-Aids, a longtime innovator in classroom scientific courses based on research, is now expanding its business to keep up with rising demand. Jonathan Atkins, President of Lab-Aids, said, “We spent the summer applying our Guiding Principles to plan out strategic realignment compatible with our core principles.” The need for research-based, current, and hands-on science among teachers, parents, and students has been well-known for 60 years. Lab-Aids reorganized its management team to broaden access to…

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Fractus and the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya – BarcelonaTech (UPC) have decided to establish the Fractus-UPC Deep Tech Hub, a hub of research activities where deep tech technologies will be designed and improved, with the goal of developing disruptive technological solutions based on scientific challenges with significant potential and social impact. One of the first spin-offs from the UPC was Fractus. The Fractus-UPC Deep Tech Hub will focus on talent development, training, innovation, research, and technology transfer activities. It will also actively and strategically contribute to the formation of UPC start-ups and/or spin-offs in the field of deep tech, founded…

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EDGE by Pearl Academy has been approved as an Unreal Technology training facility. Unreal Engine is the most open and sophisticated real-time 3D engine on the market right now for developing immersive experiences. Popular video games like PUBG and the Star Wars Mandalorian series have also been created using it. The two distinct Unreal Engine courses on Virtual Production and Metaverse Game Design are being offered for the first time in India by EDGE. The campuses of Pearl Academy in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Delhi will all offer EDGE courses. Leaders in the media sector, notably Dr. Nalin Mehta, President, who…

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Ensuring recognition status of Higher Education Institution (HEI) and course, equivalence of qualification with conventional mode, and non-inclusion in list of prohibited courses are among the UGC guidelines for students seeking admission in open and distance learning programmes. “Students should ensure the status of higher educational institutions (HEIs) which includes recognition status and entitlement status. Students must check which HEIs are debarred for offering ODL or online programmes and have been put under ‘no admission category’,” the guidelines by University Grants Commission (UGC) said. “Students should thoroughly check the details of the HEIs, its documents, application, affidavit on the Commission’s…

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The University of Auckland, the top university in New Zealand, has just released a comprehensive list of brand-new scholarships for students from South-East Asia, offering students financial aid of up to NZD10,000. The University of Auckland ASEAN High Achievers Scholarship was established to attract South-East Asian students back to campus now that the borders are completely open. Both undergraduate and graduate students may apply for the award beginning on October 10. Ainslie Moore, the interim director of international at the University of Auckland, said the scholarships will be given out twice a year to full-time students pursuing a variety of…

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Health Education is a very important topic in today’s world not only for general students but also for students with special needs. Health education not only contains physical health but also Mental health which in today’s time is of utmost importance. Health education develops the awareness, skills, and positive attitudes of students towards health. Health education teaches physical, mental, emotional, and social health. It helps students to improve and preserve their health, avoid illness, and reduce risky behaviours. Health education curricula and training help students learn skills so that they can make healthier decisions in their lives. It is important…

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The Fostering Learning and Awareness on Student Housing (FLASH) survey, the largest statistical investigation ever made into the living circumstances of Canada’s student population, provides a dismal picture of the housing circumstances of the 1.5 million renters in that nation. The FLASH polled 18,000 students nationwide and was carried out by the Unité de travail pour l’implantation de logement étudiant (UTILE), a non-profit organisation from Quebec that specialises on cheap student housing. According to the data, the average student rent in Canada in 2021 was $1250, which was 25% more expensive than the average price of all rental properties in…

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