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Council adopts the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions Bill The Legislative Council on Monday adopted the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fee) (Special Provisions) Bill 2013 to
Deshpande, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Minister for Medical Education Sharan Prakash Rudrappa Patil at a meeting in Bangalore on Wednesday...Sreenivasa Murthy Government considering whether to continue consensual agreement or implement 2006 Act
Jefferson County officials have strongly considered a bankruptcy exit plan that could leave some creditors short hundreds of millions of dollars in debt repayments, al.com/The Birmingham News has learned...Others include working with some approving
Laura Einspanier, the new vice president of employee relations, has sent a letter to Transport Workers Union international president Jim Little that warns that TWU members won't get some stuff if they don't approval American's contract proposal. Here'
Private medical and dental college managements appear to have decided to go the way of their engineering college counterparts. They have decided to back out of the consensual pact they had orally agreed upon, on fee structure and seat sharing for
Issues over seat-sharing and fee structure related to medical and dental courses for Common Entrance Test (CET) 2011 have almost come to an end. Medical education minister SA Ramdas has succeeded in convincing the private medical and dental college
The Common Entrance Test (CET) 2011 promises to turn into a quagmire. Private professional colleges have virtually vetoed the state government's proposal to get the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) conduct a single CET even as problems continue