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Last updated: May 29 2016 06:05 IST RSS 2.0
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CET: seven toppers from DK 29.5.2016 Hindu: News
Ananth G. from Alva’s PU College, Moodbidri, ranked first in medical and dental streams
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Career counselling sessions at 10 centres across the State 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
The II Pre-University (PU) results are out, so is the rank list of the Common Entrance Test (CET). What next? The Hindu EducationPlus Career Counselling will tell you, like it has every year. The even...
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THiS schools excel in exams 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
Several students from schools that are part of The Hindu in School (THiS) programme have secured a CGPA of 10.Deepa Sridhar, director, Sri Kumaran Group, said that the preparation for the board examin...
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Around the city 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
Programme on business opportunitiesHamriyah Free Zone Authority, Sharajah, United Urab Emirates in association with Federation of Karnataka Chambers of Commerce and Industry, will be organising a prog...
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Don’t discard fruit peels, they could save a lake 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
Two students have come up with an innovative idea to alleviate two of the city’s problems: disposal of organic waste and frothing of lakes due to pollution.Mohammad Athiq and Abhishek B., final year s...
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CET 2016: more Karnataka students eligible for engineering, medical seats 29.5.2016
While the number of eligible students for engineering has increased by 15,000, those of medical seats has more than doubled.
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Perfect ten for many CBSE Class 10 students at Karnataka 29.5.2016
It’s a hundred per cent score all the way for several students in the CBSE Class 10 exams, the results of which were announced.
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College to reward Rs 5 lakh to CET medical topper 29.5.2016
Ananth G, who hails from Idugani in the Uttara Kannada district, bagged the first rank in the CET.
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Karanataka Government readies to hit back at pvt medical, dental colleges 29.5.2016
With private colleges taking away 1,400 seats from the CET pool, about 41,530 candidates will compete for 2,800 medical.
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Eduverse proves a one-stop shop for info on entrances, career 28.5.2016
The two-day premier education expo - 'Eduverse,' eighth edition of 'Jnana Degula' - opened in the city on Saturday. It created a benchmark in professional guidance and set a perfect platform for aspiring students and anxious parents to clarify doubts related to higher education and their careers. The event was hosted by Deccan Herald and Prajavani newspapers at Jayamahal Palace Hotel Grounds in the city. It concludes on Sunday. The key speakers dwelt in detail on the counselling procedure for students who appeared for CET and ComedK exams. There was also a session on career development. Briefing on post-CET procedures, A S Ravi, public relations officer of the Karnataka Examination Authority, stressed the importance of prioritising the course and colleges during online registration, which would play a major role during seat allotment. He gave the example of a student from Ramanagar who missed a chance to study in RV College as he failed to prioritise the course and college carefully. Ravi asked the ...
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They aim for the stars and shoot high 28.5.2016
Students from Karnataka have excelled with great scores in the Karnataka Common Entrance exam. A handful of them have done remarkably well by securing ranks across the streams. Among them is Ananth G, a student of Alva's PU College, Moodbidri, Dakshina Kannada district. He has secured first rank in medical/dental, BSc (Agriculture), BVSc entrance tests, third rank in Indian System of Medicine (ISM) and Homeopathy and sixth rank in B-Pharma/Pharma-D entrance tests. With an array of options to choose from, this achiever aspires to be a doctor. "I want to serve the people. So I am choosing the noble profession of medicine. I want to pursue my studies in Bangalore Medical College. In fact, I was totally disconnected from TV and mobile for the last two years," Alva's Education Foundation Chairman Dr M Mohan Alva has announced a cash prize of Rs five lakh to Ananth. The achievement of Sanjay MGoudar from Bengaluru is no different. A student of Seshadripuram PU College, he has secured first in ISM and ...
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Myriad interests helped CBSE  class 10 toppers beat stress 28.5.2016
Hundreds of students from the city have made their schools proud by scoring a 10 on 10 Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) in the Central Board of Secondary Education class 10 results that were announced on Saturday. When Deccan Herald spoke to a few toppers from CBSE schools in the city, here is what they had to say. Anishka Saboo, DPS South "I used to study 7-8 hours a day. For the last two moths, I referred various books and solved several sample papers. I solved questions available online as well." Anishka said, "My father is a businessman, I want to do CA and take over my father's company in the future." This topper is also a basketball player. Apurv Padlia, DPS South "I did not attend any coaching classes. I used to wake up early in the morning and study. I studied for four to five hours every day and during exams, I would study for about seven hours a day. I referred books from different publications, which gave me a thorough revision," explained Apurv. Playing football was a stress-buster for ...
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Public Works Minister Mahadevappa admitted to Manipal 28.5.2016
Public Works Department Minister HS Mahadevappa was admitted to Manipal Hospitals in the City after he was down with viral fever on Friday night.

He underwent several tests including blood pressure and blood sugar.

Dr H Sudarshan Ballal, medical director, Manipal Hospitals, said that there was nothing to worry and that the minister would recover soon. "He would be discharged after he would recover completely," Dr Ballal added.

CMcalls on colleagueChief Minister Siddaramaiah visited the minister at the hospital on Saturday afternoon and spent an hour with him.
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Look for exports, Parrikar tells defence PSUs 28.5.2016
Pitching for a massive growth in order books of the defence Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) shipyards, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday asked them to explore export opportunities.

"You have the capability and you need to look for exports," Parrikar said after inaugurating state-of-the-art Submarine Assembly Workshop at the Mazagon Docks Shipbuilders Ltd (MDL) in Mumbai, which is a unique capability of second construction and assembly line for submarines. This has been built at a cost of Rs 153 crore and it would be possible to take up construction of five submarines at a time.
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3 Nigerian drug peddlers arrested 28.5.2016
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) arrested three Nigerian nationals during a raid on a house in Anandapura, for possessing drugs.

Officials, acting on a tip-off arrested the trio and seized 117 grams of cocaine and other drugs.

The accused were said to be selling the narcotics to college students, software employees and those organising parties. One of the accused was an associate of two Filipinos, who were arrested in 2015 while trying to sell narcotics, said an official.

The accused were questioned to ascertain the source from where they got the illegal substance and if more number of people are involved.

Document verificationAlso their passports and visas are being examined, added the official.

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Adventures mark B'luru Drag Fest 28.5.2016
The Hosur runway on Saturday was dominated by thunderous roars of racing bikes and cars.

The place resounded with applause, excitement and screams of race enthusiasts who flocked the airstrip.

The Bengaluru Drag Fest was organised by Team 46 Racing Community at the airstrip that belongs to Taneja Institute of Aerospace and Aviation, Hosur, Tamil Nadu. Nerve-wrenching adventures were performed by at lest 250 bikers who competed with each another to finish first. On Sunday, professional racers will showcase their talent by driving 350 cars. The event provides an opportunity for the budding racers to hone their skills," said Raghavendra of Team 46 Racing Community.
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M'luru boy is CET Medical topper 28.5.2016
The results of the Common Entrance Test were declared on Saturday. In the Medical/Dental stream, Ananth G, a student of Alva's PUCollege in Mangaluru, secured the first rank with 96.66%. In Engineering, the top rank went to Milind Kumar Vaddiraju from V V S Sardar Patel PU College, Bengaluru with 99.27%. In Architecture, Mrudhulaa C R of CMR National Public School, Bengaluru, came first with 85.65%. Of the 1,78,377 candidates who applied for the exam 1,71,868 appeared. Out of those who appeared for the examination, conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority in 391 centres across the state, 41,530 are eligible for admission to Medical and Dental courses, 99,791 for Indian Systems of Medicine (ISM) and Homoeopathy courses, 1,27,576 for Engineering and Technology courses and 1,395 for Architecture. Further, 96,341 students are eligible for Agriculture, 99,788 for Veterinary, 1,31,092 lakh for BPharma and 1,31,324 Pharma-D courses. In a relief to Medical and Dental seat aspirants, the state ...
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More boys top in CBSE Class X results 28.5.2016
Many city students scored 10 on 10 Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) in the CBSEClass X exams. In the results announced on Saturday, Karnataka stands third in the Chennai Region of the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) Class X. Even as the pass percentage was higher among girls, the number of boys who topped the exams is marginally higher than girls. Of the 1,68,541 who secured CGPA, as many as 85,316 were boys and 83,225 girls. Further, of the 50,858 with CGPA 9.8, at least 26,313 are boys and 24,545 girls. Nikhil Rajkumar of DPS North, Apurv Padila of DPS South and twins Deepti TS and Deeksha TS of ITI Central High School, Doorvaninagar, are among the students from the city who scored 10 on 10. The state recorded a pass percentage of 99.84. Of the 37,991 students who took the exams, 37,931 passed. The pass percentage for boys in the state is 99.83 and that of girls is 99.86. Under the Chennai centre, students from 2,154 schools took the exams this year. The overall pass percentage has ...
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Thunderstorm, rains lash Dehradun; power supply disrupted 28.5.2016
A thunderstorm coupled with rain hit the capital city of Uttarakhand and neighbouring areas today, uprooting trees and disrupting power supply across the region.

Clouds gathered in the sky towards the evening and strong gusts of wind coupled with showers lashed the town.

Trees fell on overhead electricity wires in parts of the city affecting power supply.

The rain gave a respite to Doonites from weeks of scorching heat as the temperature dipped.
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Flipkart scare: IITs, IIMs plan to tighten recruitment norms 28.5.2016 News
The IITs are also planning to relax the 'one student one offer' norm and allow students to sit for multiple interviews
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