Mishra has also warned to take stringent action against the students found to have submitted forged disability certificates. Moreover, the Secretary has instructed to invalidate the candidature of students who have submitted fake certificates.
The SRC on Friday issued another fresh order to close down all the colleges/Universities/Technical Education institutions/ under Odisha government from Jan 10 till Feb 1, 2022.
While the scare of a possible third wave is looming over schools across the State, the number of positivity has witnessed a spike recently; especially in the residential institutions and hostels.
The Odisha Higher Education Department on Thursday (Sept 9) released the first selection cut-off list for Plus-3 admissions in various colleges and universities of the state.
In a major clarification on reopening of colleges in Odisha, Higher Education Minister Arun Kumar Sahoo on Monday informed that they will reopen soon.
Basing on the success of the video classes organised during the first wave of COVID-19 last year, the department has decided to resume the same setup this year too.
Bhubaneswar: In saddling with huge vacancies of lecturers in the country, Odisha figured fourth from bottom among the 21 major states, including Assam. Another worrying trend to the fore is Odisha had seen closure of as many as 27 colleges between 2010-11 and 2018-19, when the nation saw addition of a massive over 6,070 colleges. […]
Bhubaneswar: The State in 2018-19 had a whopping 35.88 lakh youth in the age-group of 18-23 years, who were out of the higher education loop in Odisha. For which, Odisha’s total youths enrolled in higher education stands at around 2.7 per cent of total youths enrolled nationally. But the State’s youth population accounted for around […]