College Allotment For Teaching Courses | Indore News

Indore: As the Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) did the college allotment of the last year of counseling for the Teacher Education courses on Wednesday. Directorate of Higher Education (DHE) had planned only three rounds of addmission for Teacher Education programs including B.Ed, M.Ed, BPEd and MPEd.The Higher Education department is likely to give a … Read more

Cmhos Asked To Inspect Pvt Hospitals To Tally Bed Numbers | Indore News

Indore: State health authorities have directed CMHO‘s to conduct regular inspections of private hospitals associated with nursing colleges after finding differences in records of health department and nursing council database.In an order, Additional Chief Secretary Mohammed Suleman stated that there was a difference in beds in private hospitals associated with nursing colleges in records with … Read more

education: Candidates For Teaching Courses Drop Drastically | Indore News

Indore: Number of candidates taking admission in the once sought after Teacher’s Education courses especially Diploma in Elementary Education (D.El.Ed) have dropped drastically this academic session.In the ongoing academic session, around 75 per cent of the seats for D.El. Ed had remained vacant at colleges at Indore division.There are around 2000 seats for D.El.Ed at … Read more

886 Of 1500 Colleges Will Be Able To Offer Teacher Edu Courses | Indore News

Indore: Of around 1500 BEd, DElEd colleges of Madhya Pradesh only 886 colleges will be able to run Teacher education courses from the academic session 2022-23.National Council For Teachers Education (NCTE) has declared zero year for those Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) who didn’t comply by filling the Performance Appraisal Report (PAR). Therefore, now those colleges … Read more

icu: Pc Sethi Hospital’s 20-bed Icu Shut For Over A Month | Indore News

Indore: The 20-bedded Intensive Care unit (ICU) of PC Sethi Hospital- the biggest maternal care facility of the health department remained shut for a month because of lack of staffers and maintenance.The officials blamed it on non-functioning air conditioner (AC) and lack of specialized doctors managing ICU. Superintendent PC Sethi Hospital Dr Nikhil Oza confirming … Read more

Indore: As Covid situation eases, bed roll service to resume on 11 trains from April 1

Indian Railways has decided to resume bed roll service on 11 trains operated from Indore and Mhow, keeping in mind the decreasing Covid-19 infections. Check the list of trains here. Bed roll service will be resumed on 11 trains operating from Indore and Mhow. (Picture credits: Pixabay/Representational) In view of decreasing Covid-19 cases, Indian Railways … Read more

Over 250 Awarded Medals, Degrees At Davv Convocation | Indore News

Indore: Over 250 candidates on Wednesday received their degrees and medals at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya’s much awaited convocation ceremony that witnessed ruckus after varsity officials announced plans to hand over the certificates to a limited number of students.The uproar continued for nearly 10 minutes, before Governor Mangubhai Patel, who presided over the convocation, revised his … Read more

davv: Parents To Attend Davv Convocation After 2 Years | Indore News

Indore: After a gap of two years, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) is likely to allow parents to attend the convocation ceremony. The final decision to invite the parents will be taken after the registration window closes and the number of attendees is figured, DAVV deputy registrar and convocation committee member, Prajwal Khare told TOI.“Last year, … Read more

sc/st: Bed Colleges Not Giving Info On Sc/st Dropouts | Indore News

Indore: Fifty per cent BEd colleges affiliated to Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) are shying away from giving the information of SC/ ST drop outs to the varsity. Despite multiple revisions of deadline by the varsity only 50 per cent affiliated B.Ed colleges have submitted the data of SC/ST drop outs till now. The last date … Read more

B Ed Open Book Exam: 80% Pass | Indore News

Indore: Even though they appeared on the open book exam, it turns out that the percentage of B Ed students passed by Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya is only about 80.In August, the university carried out the open book exam for second-semester students. The result was announced after a five-month hiatus.“This was an open audit. Students had … Read more