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International General Certificate of Secondary Education Course to be launched by Jain Heritage, Nagpur

Jain Heritage, Nagpur is introducing International General Certificate of Secondary Education Course (IGCSE) from the next academic year. The course is similar to 10th exam of ICSE or CBSE. For this course the entire teaching faculty will undergo training said the Director.

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Kalasrajan Academy of Indian Classical Music, Dance and Fine Arts to be organized at Nagpur from 6th to 7th February 2012

The celebration of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Kalasrajan Academy of Indian Classical Music, Dance and Fine Arts will be held at Nagpur. Narsing Bode, director, Hemant Nritya Mandir, will be the chief guest of the event.

Date : 6th February - 7th February 2012
Venue : Scientific Society Hall, Laxmi Nagar
Time : 5:30 PM

Raj Kumar Hirani received Nag Bhushan Award

Raj Kumar Hirani received Nag Bhushan Award

A popular Nagpurian, Bollywood , Writer–Director Raj Kumar Hirani received Nag Bhushan Award on Monday evening at Vasantrao Deshpande Hall, Nagpur. The popular director has given moves like Munnabhai MBBS, Lagey Raho Munnabhai and 3 Idiots which are really very entertaining with a new concept.

Nitin Gadkari, BJP National President did the honors and presented award to Raj Kumar Hirani, along with Shawl, Shrifal and cheque worth Rs 1 Lac.

Proposal for opening 188 new colleges submitted to Nagpur University. What will NU do ?

Nagpur University has received fresh 188 proposals to open new colleges in the year 2011. The university is not able to sustain the burden of existing 810 colleges and addition of more colleges will only add up to the burden. Most depressing fact is many colleges belong to politicians and businessmen, they disregard rules and regulations , affecting standard of education in these institutions.

Management Council of Mumbai and Amravati University have taken a decision not to allow any new colleges for at least one year due to the current work load and vacancies.