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1. NExT to soon replace NEET PG, may begin from Dec 2023.

NEET PG 2023 may be the very last edition of the National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test-Postgraduate. It may soon be replaced with National Exit Test (NExT) which will play multiple roles.


2. JMI Team ‘Project Shrimati’ Bags 2022 Enactus Global Race For Climate Action Impact USA.

The flagship project of Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) ‘Project Shrimati’ has won the Enactus Global Race for Climate Action Impact, at the 2022 Enactus World Cup, on November 3.


3. Govt directs Madrasas In Assam To Provide Information On Location & Teachers By Dec 1.

The Assam government has directed madrasas in the state to provide all information about their institutes, including the location and profile of teachers employed by them by December 1, as reported by a senior official on Wednesday.


4. BMC Schools & Colleges to Remain Shut after 1 PM Today In view Of President’s Visit to Odisha.

President of India Droupudi Murmu will be on a two-day visit to Odisha from today, November 10. All schools and colleges, government or private, coming under the Bhubaneshwar Municipal Corporation (BMC) Odisha will remain closed after 1 pm today.


5. Karnataka govt withdraws order asking principals to bring PU students to PM event.

The Karnataka government has withdrawn its order directing the principals of all the government and private Pre-University colleges in the Bengaluru Rural district to send students to the Prime Minister's event on November 11.


6. Young Scientist India innovation challenge is open for registration for Class 8-12 students.

Registrations for the Young Scientist India (YSI) innovation challenge for Indian school students of Classes 8 to 12 have started from October 5. The top entrepreneurs or innovators will walk away with over half a million rupees in prize money. 


7. Railways to ferry 2000 plus students from TN to Varanasi for Kashi-Tamil Sangamam.

The Indian Railways will ferry more than 2,000 students from across universities by train from Tamil Nadu to Varanasi as part of the Centre's programme to rediscover the centuries-old bond of knowledge and ancient civilisational linkage between Kashi and the southern state.


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