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1. DU's statutory bodies’ members urge university to postpone implementation of FYUP.

Members of Delhi University’s statutory bodies have urged the university to defer the implementation of four-year undergraduate programmes by one year, saying students have a right to know the full syllabi of these courses.


2. BTech graduate from LPU secures Rs 3 crore job offer from Germany.

BTech graduate from LPU, Mohammad Yasir has secured a grand placement package of INR 3 crore, thereby creating a new placement record.


3. JMI to organize Covid-19 vaccination camp from today, under ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.

Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) has announced that the university will conduct a five-day Covid-19 vaccination camp from today, i.e. Tuesday for the 18 year and above age group as part of the 'Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav'.


4. BHU launches Annie Besant Fellowship.

Banaras Hindu University has launched the Annie Besant Fellowship to encourage its students to join the PhD programme in BHU, right after completing their post graduation degree.


5. Bihar Startup Policy 2022 launched, Rs 10 lakh interest-free seed fund to be provided for 10 years.

Syed Shahnawaz, the minister of industries for Bihar, on Friday launched the Bihar Startup Policy 2022 and the startup portal, and said that the state government was doing everything possible to give opportunities to young and aspiring entrepreneurs.


6. Anant National University launches India's first climate school.

Anant National University has launched the Anant School for Climate Action, a first-of-its-kind school in India. The school which was launched in mid-July will commence with two foundational courses under the aegis of the Anant School for Climate Action.


7. JNU students demand immediate allotment of hostels.

The students of Jawaharlal Nehru University staged a protest outside the Dean of Students (DoS) office on Monday, demanding an immediate allotment of the hostel and its renovation.


8. Private school cab drivers in Delhi protest demanding commercial vehicle tag.

Private cab drivers ferrying school children in Delhi held a one-day strike on Monday, demanding a commercial vehicle tag for their cabs. Parents of about four lakh students in the city had to face problems as cabs did not come to take their children to school.

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