The Infocity Police in Bhubaneswar on Saturday arrested two inter-state fraudsters on charges of duping a medical course aspirant of Rs 30 lakh.
The allotted candidates will have to report for admission at OJEE cell, Gandamunda, Bhubaneswar in between February 5 to 10. The reporting hours has been set between 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on respective dates.
Petitioner had claimed that she had been wrongly awarded 99 marks out of total marks of 720 whereas as per her assessment, she is entitled to score at least 702 marks.
Puri: Academic session at the Puri Medical College and Hospital will begin this year, informed DMET director CBK Mohanty on Wednesday. The student intake capacity of the medical colleges is 100 per year. Mohanty, who was in Puri for an inspection of the district hospital and infrastructural development at the medical college, said, “Admission of […]
Tamil Nadu: Has the NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) deprived rural and poor students? Such a shocking allegation surfaced after DMK and Rajya Sabha member Tiruchi Siva today urged the Centre for early assent of the President of India to the two bills passed by the Tamil Nadu Assembly seeking an exemption of the […]
New Delhi: A group of students moved the Supreme Court on Thursday claiming that answer keys of four questions in the National Eligibility-cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admissions to MBBS and BDS courses were apparently incorrect. The test was held on May 5. A vacation bench comprising Justices Indira Banerjee and Ajay Rastogi agreed to […]