Mizzou expects freshman class to shrink again

For the second consecutive year, the University of Missouri expects a drop in enrollment for the fall freshman class. About 4,000 first-time college students are expected to enroll in August, according to an MU news release Friday. As of this past Monday, 4,009 students paid the fall enrollment deposits, which is the figure officials used to make their projection. Last year at this time, that number was 4,738 students. That represents about a 15 percent drop. Most freshmen are first-time college students, and when MU talks about the freshmen class,…

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SSC MTS exam paper leak: Commission to conduct test again for some candidates

A paper to select junior staff in central government departments was leaked on Sunday prompting the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to order re-examination of the test for select candidates only. Due to a very large number of applications, the SSC is conducting tests daily in shifts– morning and afternoon–to select the Multi Tasking Staff (MTS). A paper to select junior staff in central government departments was leaked on Sunday prompting the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) to order re-examination of the test for select candidates only. Due to a very large…

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Trump’s Plan To Make Student Loans Great Again

If President-elect Donald Trump implements his proposed student loan plan, there may be good news on the horizon for millions of student loan borrowers. On October 13, Trump proposed an income-based repayment plan that allows borrowers to cap their monthly student loan payments based on their income and then have their student loans forgiven after a certain period of time. Under Trump’s plan, if you are a student loan borrower, your monthly student loan payments would be capped at 12.5% of your income. After 15 years of monthly payments, your…

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Trump’s Plan To Make Student Loans Great Again

If President-elect Donald Trump implements his proposed student loan plan, there may be good news on the horizon for millions of student loan borrowers. On October 13, Trump proposed an income-based repayment plan that allows borrowers to cap their monthly student loan payments based on their income and then have their student loans forgiven after a certain period of time. Under Trump’s plan, if you are a student loan borrower, your monthly student loan payments would be capped at 12.5% of your income. After 15 years of monthly payments, your…

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KSOU fails to get UGC recognition yet again

For the second year in a row, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has not recognised courses run by the Karnataka State Open University, one of the largest distance learning institutions in the State. The UGC de-recognised courses run by the KSOU in June 2015 saying the varsity had violated the commission’s territorial jurisdiction. It had also signed memorandums of understanding with institutions outside Karnataka. Bharath Lal Meena, Additional Chief Secretary, Higher Education, told The Hindu that he would meet UGC officials next week to request them to recognise courses as…

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five paintings-related Superstitions that are protecting You again on your profession

unless you’re a prime League Baseball participant, you likely do not effectively admit to being a superstitious individual – as a minimum now not at the workplace, in which being sensible and making decisions based on facts is a part of projecting a expert photo. however in fact, maximum of us do harbor as a minimum one or absolutely baseless beliefs. on occasion, those are innocent (astrology lovers, we’re looking at you) but now and again, superstitions can preserve you from achieving your desires. if you apprehend any of these,…

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