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Lucknow University to conduct UG entrance exams after August 15, check details here!

Lucknow University is gearing up to implement the admission program for the upcoming academic session 2021-22. Reportedly, the varsity will conduct entrance examinations for induction in undergraduate courses after 15th August and the finalised date will be announced soon. Moving ahead with the plans, Lucknow University released the structure of the question papers on Wednesday. Notably, the management has removed the negative marking system from the assessment plan this year.

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200 new teachers to be hired via the upcoming recruitment drive at Lucknow University!

In order to fill the vacant positions across various departments, Lucknow University will soon roll out the plans for the induction of nearly 200 teachers and academics. As per reports, the varsity administration will conduct recruitment for the posts of Professor, Assistant Professor and Associate Professor. It is expected that the schedule for online registrations will be announced soon and the process will be executed in alignment with the May 2021 orders.

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Lucknow University pupil & his team bag 75,000 USD fund for a new-age skills development platform

A third-year CSE student from Lucknow University, Shivam Singh and his team of two others- Siddharth Singh and Vikas Rathore, have secured 75,000 USD (technical credits) from Xartup Investment to fund their startup. The initiative, 'Oregen', is a new-age skills development platform that comes with a gamified learning experience. The channel's primary intent is to bridge the yawning gaps between today's education system and the market requirements, for students in tier 2 or tier 3 cities.

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COVID-related concepts to be a part of courses offered by Lucknow University

Gearing up to implement the provision of National Education Policy 2020, Lucknow University has prepared the course curriculum for the four-year undergraduate program. Keeping the ongoing situation in view, the management has included concepts related to the COVID pandemic too. While these additions will help students to understand the present circumstances in the detail, they shall also equip the pupils with a vision to tackle the upcoming problems.

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Universities in Uttar Pradesh to now follow a common minimum syllabus!

In an attempt to create a homogenous structure of higher education, the Uttar Pradesh government has decided to implement a common minimum syllabus (CMS) across all state varsities. This new course will commence in BA, BSc and BCom programmes from the new academic session, read reports. According to an official release, the new structure will enable students to pursue multidisciplinary studies.

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