We are trying to refine students’ evaluation process: Principal ICSC

We are trying to refine students’ evaluation process: Principal ICSC

With the implementation of Uniform Academic Calendar, Islamia College of Science and Commerce (ICSC), Srinagar has become the first college to take a lead in launching all its programs under National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.The college is all set to start a four year undergraduate program of which framework has been finalized. To know more … Read more

Pitt in the making: Modern Pitt’s first year, 1927, was full of news | University Times

Pitt in the making: Modern Pitt’s first year, 1927, was full of news |  University Times

By MARTY LEVINE Pitt students trying out for silent movie stardom. Pitt football fans crashing a burlesque theater. Pitt women taking “a jury of their peers” quite literally. If modern Pitt was born in 1926, when ground was broken for the Cathedral of Learning and a medical center, the campus was still a different world … Read more

How to Succeed in Premedical Organic Chemistry Courses | Medical School Admissions Doctor

How to Succeed in Premedical Organic Chemistry Courses |  Medical School Admissions Doctor

Organic chemistry is perhaps one of the most dreaded courses in the premedical curriculum. Some aspiring doctors even give up on their goal of going to medical school because they are deterred by the idea of ​​having to take organic chemistry. However, much of the fear is exaggerated. Many students who express concern about taking … Read more

Tampa students try to win robotics competition

Tampa students try to win robotics competition

TAMPA, Fla. — A group of Tampa high school students isn’t just trying to win a trophy, they’re also working to change the planet. This week, the Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School’s Phoenix Robotics team is in Long Beach, California competing in an international competition. What the teens created is amazing. “So our group participates … Read more

Students Stand Divided, Fewer Questions From Important Chapters

Students Stand Divided, Fewer Questions From Important Chapters

The Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2022 began on June 16 and will conclude on June 18. While some students found the physics paper to be difficult as compared to last year, others found it to be an easy one. An average student will easily be able to score 30 out of 60 in this … Read more