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As engineering seats go a-begging, Kerala rethinks on entrance tests
The Hindu Business Line
With thousands of seats in private engineering colleges in Kerala lying vacant this year, the State government is seriously considering to undo the annual engineering entrance examinations. One of the possible criteria the government is considering for ...

Government may buy some private engineering colleges
Times of India
NAGPUR: State government is mulling buying private engineering colleges instead of starting new ones provided the owners agree to terms and conditions of the government. There are a large number of private colleges on the verge of closing down because of ...

Mangaluru: Dr Rajesh Kumar awarded research grant from DAE
Mangaluru, Dec 16: Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) government of India awarded a research grant to Dr Rajesh Kumar PC, associate professor P C of St Joseph Engineering College, Vamanjoor, Mangaluru. DAE, government of India awarded a research Grant of 14 ...

Maharashtra government to look at cluster formation of colleges to solve faculty crisis in rural are
Daily News and Analysis
The state government has said it will look at some kind of cluster formation of engineering colleges in Maharashtra to solve the faculty crisis. The issue came up on Tuesday in the legislative council in a discussion on the needs of government engineering ...

Beas tragedy: Andhra Pradesh government to draw up norms on college study tours
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh government would set up a three-member committee ... It may be recalled that 24 engineering students of VNR Vignana Jyothi College here were washed away in flash floods in Beas in Himachal Pradesh while they were on an industrial ...

No calling off entrance exams
The state government is seriously mulling over to call off the annual Engineering entrance examinations in the state. The Chief Minister has held discussions with the Education Minister Abdu Rabb and Kerala Engineering College Management Association in the ...

No plan to open new govt engineering colleges in Maharashtra
Education Oneindia
Nagpur, Dec 17: Maharashtra Higher Education Minister Vinod Tawde said the government was not planning to set up new engineering colleges, as 43% seats were lying vacant in various existing colleges. Tawde said this during the state Legislative Council ...

Cancellation of OJEE ’15 illegal: OTCA
The State Government on November 21 rejected the recommendation of Policy Planning Body (PPB) to conduct Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) to 85% quota to overcome the problem of huge vacancy of seats in private engineering colleges, even after a ...

Close Call for Engineering Colleges
The New Indian Express
But those heydays for managements of engineering colleges ended in Telangana when the government cracked the whip against 174 errant colleges. Now, they are caught between the devil and the deep sea. For the dejected managements who were contemplating ...

43 per cent engineering seats vacant in Maharashtra
Maharashtra Higher Education Minister Vinod Tawde said the government was not planning to set up new engineering colleges, as 43 per cent seats were lying vacant in various existing colleges. There are total 367 engineering colleges in the state ...

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