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1. IIT Bombay develops new-age bandage that combines natural healing agents with polymers.

IIT Bombay researchers have developed a new-age bandage or dermal patch that combines natural healing agents with polymers in bilayer structure for improved wound healing.


2. Christ Academy College- RISE 2022 Job Fair.

#Rise 2022 Job Fair is the first of its kind job fair that is organised by Christ Academy Institute for Advanced Studies - Bangalore.

 

3. EUROSCHOOL NORTH CAMPUS BANGALORE SUBRAM GOWDA OF GRADE-7, EXCELS AT THE INDO NEPAL CHAMPIONSHIP.

EXPECTED TO PLAY AT THE 20TH ASEAN UNIVERSITY GAMES 2022

We are extremely delighted to share that Subram Gowda B H of Grade 7 has won a gold medal in Shot Put ( under 12 category) at the Indo-Nepal Championship 2022 held at Pokhara National Stadium, Nepal.

 

4. Gujarati medium schools to teach English in Classes 1 to 3: Gujarat govt.

The Gujarat government has taken an important decision to help students improve their hold on English. State Education Minister Jitu Vaghani has taken a decision to make English subject compulsory in Gujarati medium school from Classes 1 to 3, starting this academic year.

 

5. Maharashtra schools to reopen on June 15 with all possible precautions: Education minister.

Maharashtra schools will reopen on June 15 with all possible precautions, said Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad on Monday. The education minister said that students in Classes 1 and 2 have never been to school due to the Covid-19 pandemic for the last two years.

 

6. COVID-19 IN MAHARASHTRA.

Notably, Maharashtra has been witnessing a surge in daily Covid-19 cases in recent weeks. Monday was the fifth consecutive day when the state witnessed 1,000 plus infections.

 

7. Maharashtra state board to declare HSC results on June 8, 1 pm.

The results of class XII board examinations held in March 2022, will be declared on June 8, tweeted state education minister Varsha Gaikwad on Tuesday.

 

8. JNU Vice-Chancellor Assures Teachers' Body To SynchroniseAcademic Calendar By December.

The JNUTA had written to the VC last month, asking her to "synchronise" the academic calendar as not doing it has resulted in a differential staggering of semesters and academic sessions in the university.

 

9. Karnataka CM Rules Out Constituting New Textbook Review Panel.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday ruled out constituting a new textbook review committee amid a row over the controversial tweets and excluding the writings of intellectuals by Karnataka Textbook Review Committee chief RohithChakrateertha many years ago.

 

10. West Bengal HS Council Reduces Cut-Offs To 35% For Class 11 Admission.

West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education has lowered the cut-off to 35 per cent in certain subjects for students to take up science-based elective subjects in Class 11, according to a notice issued by the authorities concerned.

 

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