The Odisha government on Monday released an important notice and timeline for e-admission in all +3 Degree Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) including Self Financing (Degree) HEIs/ Sanskrit (Shastri) of the State under Student Academic Management System (SAMS).
It is learnt that the NCTE will hear the petitions of the TEIs on July 23 and 24.
According to the notification, the Common PG Entrance Test-2022 will start from August 1 and will continue till August 13.
It was learnt from the investigation that the fund was transferred to savings account of a resident of West Bengal through Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) on June 7.
As per sources, the department is mulling a mechanism to provide College Leaving Certificates (CLC) to students through OTP (One Time Password).
According to sources, the Higher Education department is likely to make an announcement in this regard soon after a review.
The missive came after Odisha Governor and Chancellor of Universities, Professor Ganeshi Lal directed all the State Public Universities not to allow any new Self Finance Courses (SFCs) on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) mode.
The scholarships are awarded by the Higher Education Department under e-Medhabruti (UG Merit for +3/ PG merit/ Technical and Professional merit) and Vyasakabi Fakir Mohan Bhasabruti scheme.
The scholarships will be awarded to students who are pursuing general courses- Under Graduate (UG) (+3), Post Graduate (PG), Technical and Professional courses in SAMS and Non-SAMS institutions (i.e CBSE/ICSE affiliated schools, Universities /Management/ Engineering and Technical Institutions) inside and outside Odisha.
After the completion of the first phase admission of Plus 3 first year students, the Odisha Higher Education Department on Thursday released the schedule for the second phase admissions.
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