IGNOU July admissions 2017: Deadline extended to August 18

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has extended the last date for July 2017 session for admission to masters, bachelor’s degree, diploma, and PG Diploma programmes, including the semester based programmes have been extended up to August 18, 2017,” said the Registrar in-charge, Student Registration Division, Prof Sri Latha. The interested candidates can submit the admission forms online at onlineadmission.ignou.ac.in/admission. “Due to heavy traffic on the online admission server, the system response is slow. As a result, many applicants willing to apply for admission are unable to apply,” clarified Dr VP…

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OUR MOST PINNED JULY RECIPES

Now that we’ve been firing up the grills for the past two months, we’re looking for inspiration to keep the seasonal favorites coming while switching things up for summer’s end (watch out for that barbecue fatigue!). And what better place to look for inspiration than Pinterest? Our users are letting us know what they’ve been loving this summer, from classic grilled corn remixed with pesto sauce—a grand idea—and a hot dog topped with none other than potato salad. Here are the recipes getting the most Pinterest love this month—save them to your board today. Grilled Corn and…

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CAT 2017 notification likely to appear in newspapers on July 30

The official notification for Common Admission Test (CAT) 2017 — the gateway to the Indian Institute of Management and other leading B-schools of the country — is likely to appear in newspapers on July 30. The Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow (IIM-L) will conduct the Common Admission Test this year, after a gap of nearly seven years. Professor Neeraj Dwivedi of the institute will be the convener for the exam. The exam is likely to be held either in November or early December. The online registration for CAT may begin from…

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7 succumb to H1N1 and lepto in first two weeks of July in Mumbai

With the monsoon gaining momentum, infectious diseases too have spiralled in the city. Seven people have succumbed to H1N1 influenza and leptospirosis in the first two weeks of July, while hundreds have been affected by suspected dengue and gastroenteritis. Cholera too has made a comeback.The H1N1influenza, widely circulating since June, claimed five lives, including that of a four-year-old child from Mankhurd, in July. Worryingly, a delay in treatment with the antiviral oseltamivir contributed to four of the five deaths, BMC said on Monday . The city’s death toll for the viral infection now stands at 14, including…

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DU admissions: 57% seats in various colleges full, 4th cut-off list on July 13

Nearly 57% of around 52,000 seats in undergraduate courses in various Delhi University colleges have been filled following the release of three cut-off lists by the varsity in a fortnight. The varsity had on Friday released the third cut-off list with highest being 98% for BA (Honours) in Psychology course in Lady Shri Ram College for Women. “Over 30,000 out of around 52,000 seats in various DU colleges have already been filled, along with payment of fees. Remaining seats will is most likely to be filled after release of other…

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DU admission: Last day to get a seat if you made it to third list, fourth cutoff on July 12

If you meet the cutoff under the third list at Delhi University colleges but have not taken admission yet, then you should rush as admissions at morning shift colleges will close at 1pm and at evening shift colleges will close at 7pm. Monday is the last day of admission under the third cutoff list, admission under which was started on July 7. The fourth list is expected to be released on July 12. Under the third cutoff list there are still options available with many Delhi colleges in popular honours courses such as economics,…

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DU admissions: 73% seats full, fourth cutoff list on July 13

With admissions approved to approximately 73% of the seats at DU colleges, the last day of admissions under the third cutoff list drew to a close at the Delhi University on Monday. The fourth cutoff list is to be released on Thursday, however, the qualifying percentage requirement is not expected to drop by more than a mark or two for most popular courses at sought after colleges. DU has around 56,000 seats at its 60-odd constituent colleges. “Admission to almost 41,000 seats have been approved. Of these, around 37,000 students…

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SSC CGLE 2017 E-Admit Cards to be Available From 20 July Onwards | Know More

SSC CGL Examination 2017 which is the ‘Combined Graduate Level Examination’ of conducted by SSC is the most awaited ‘recruitment exam’ of every year. Scheduled to be the held in the month of August this year, E-admit cards for the SSC CGL Tier 1 exam shall be released post-July 20, 2017, a month prior to the ‘exam date.’ Creating fair employment opportunities for the graduates into various prestigious departments of ‘Government of India’ via a competitive recruitment test which is an annual affair for the ‘Staff Selection Commission’, the Tier…

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