Univ sets assessment deadline

Taking strong note of delay in result declaration owing to unavailability of teachers for assessment, the Mumbai University has decided to take remedial measures. Accordingly, it has been decided that colleges must finish assessment of first and second-year degree college exams by March 30, declare results, and send the requisite "proofs" to the university.

"We cannot afford to have any laxity on the part of colleges and teachers. Every year, we keep running after them to send teachers for evaluation, this cannot go on," said AD Sawant, university pro-vice chancellor. "This is to ensure that teachers are not engaged in college exam work beyond this period and is available for the university's central assessment programme," said Sawant.

Parents raising the bar for their children

Parents are going to great lengths to make sure their children get top scores in the upcoming board exams

With the standard X board exams around the corner, parents have become a fretful lot as they resort to promises of expensive gifts if their children score well. Others enroll their kids for crash courses, keen on a last minute drill to do the trick. Then there are those who take extended leave from work, hoping constant supervision, if not anything else, will get the kids to slog it out.

Get onboard A time to chill out!

It is a good idea to be relaxed preparing for your boards and parents play a crucial role. ANSHIKA AJMERA finds out how some city kids and parents chill out

Are you aware of the fact that your child appears for two exams simultaneously? Puzzled? Well if you are scared to find out the answer, we have it for you!

One is obviously his school board exams and the second is fulfilling not his own but your expectations. Surprised? Don’t be, because it is true. 

Students still to get admit cards

Angry examinees protest as RU tests are just a couple of days away

Though all under graduation and post graduation examinations in University of Rajasthan are just two days away, students have still not received their permission letters at their respective colleges. According to university sources, February 27 was the last date for issuing the permission letters. 

On Friday morning, when students approached the Commerce College to collect their permission letter, the officials told them that the college had not received the permission letters and students will be given their letters on March 2.

A cultural hour dedicated to a cause

The cultural hour of the fifth standard students of Vashi-based Fr Agnel's Multipurpose School was conducted at the basketball court on Friday. More than 360 students from six divisions participated in the cultural hour the theme of which was 'Chipko Movement' that was carried out by the tribal people wherein they embraced the trees to avoid them from being cut.

Vijaya Vaithilingam, vice-principal of the school says, "This is a cultural event that we conduct once in a year for students of every standard from one to seven. Our former and senior students also lend a helping hand by teaching the participants different things and choreograph their dances."

Govt to take PPP route for colleges, polytechnics

The state government will establish 14 new engineering colleges and nine polytechnics in public private partnership (PPP) mode. This will provide opportunity to students to get technical education by paying reasonable fees as compared to high fees of self-financed colleges.