Odisha HC rejects CBSE’s appeal against re-evaluation
Cuttack,20th June:In yet another jolt for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Orissa High Court today rejected the board’s writ appeal again for re-evaluation of answer sheets of 159 Class-XII students who had moved the court alleging discrepancies in the results.
FIRST MSMES DAY: SRI SRI UNIVERSITY IMPLEMENTS PM’S MANN KI BAAT SUGGESTION ON KHADI
Cuttack, 27 June 2017:The United Nations has identified 27thJune as the MSMEs Day to celebrate the importance and role of MSMEs and ‘to raise public awareness of their contribution to sustainable development’.
BERHAMPUR BOY’S OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AT CHINA
Berhampur,27/06/2017:The International Geoinformatics Summer School 2017 was held at Wuhan university, Wuhan, China between 28th May to 9th June. Students around the globe participated in the summer school to get advance knowledge on Remote Sensing . Eminent teachers and researchers in the field of Remote sensing like Dr. Le Wang of University of Newyork, Buffalo, Dr. Ruizhi Chen, Wuhan University, China and others delivered lectures. Students from CEPT University Ahmadabad, India too participated in the Summer School. A group of students groomed by Prof. Dr. Anjana vyas , Dr. Bindi Dave and others from CEPT university have demonstrated outstanding performance in the Advanced Topics on Remote Sensing .
Vani-Vihar Economics Students Critically assessed Indian International Trade Situation
Bhubaneswar,10th August 2017:Students of Analytical and Applied Economics Department of the NAAC A+ Accredited Utkal University organized a seminar today on “Major Trends in Global and Regional Trade and Finance” with Dr. Priyadarshi Dash, a globally acclaimed expert on International Trade and Finance, working at the Research and Information System for Developing Countries, New Delhi. Initiating the discussions, the current Head of the Department Dr. Siba Sankar Mohanty focused on the increasing role of trade stabilization policies in securing economic growth of a country like India. “It is a pity that our country, aspiring for becoming a world economic giant in the era of trade liberalization, is still a minor player in the global market. While the economic reforms in the 1990s have helped India to integrate with the global market, what we actually see today is an increase in the volume of imports from around 8 percent of the country’s GDP in 1990s to around 32 percent of GDP in the recent years. The trade gap has expanded in recent years like never before. The moot policy question is whether such expansion in global integration has been with some substantial benefits to the people of India in general? The answer to this question is probably not very straightforward. At one hand at the macro level, we have seen a growth in the national income for quite some time. On the other hand, we also see collapsing domestic industries, farmer suicides and so on. It is therefore meaningful for every student of economics to study the global political economy in a more objective manner.”
Tension Grip at Ravenshaw of class representatives’ poll
Bhubaneswar,23/08/17:Tension now grips Ravenshaw University campus in Cuttack as members of the Ravenshaw Students’ Action Committee are not allowing students to enter the University premises while elections for class representatives, a part of indirect elections decided by the authorities, are scheduled for today.
Mass Education issues Special guideline for School Students
Bhubaneswar,14/09/17:In a bid to secure safety majors for students in school, the School and Mass Education Departement of Odisha today issued special guidelines to all schools across the state.
Following the special guidelines, the identity proof has been made mandatory for visitors to enter school premises.
Violent Vani Vihar-Politics in Campus- 144 Imposed
Drama over Democracy ahead of students’ poll
Bhubaneswar,17/09/17:Even though a hoax made rounds within the media regarding bombing in Vanivihar and two groups clashed among themselves over political issues since then, the incident brought to real as two bombs were hurled at Vice-chancellors office and another at a hostel.