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More pain in store for economy, GDP seen slipping to 4.3% in Q4

Nomura also believes that the first quarter of 2020 will see a "weak" uptick in GDP growth at 4.7 per cent.


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Amity University to set up 10 new campuses

Amity University is planning to set up 10 new campuses, including three in overseas, by next year, with an aim for catering to the growing number of students.

Experts warn of sharp rise in health insurance frauds

Nine out of ten frauds in country's insurance sector occur in the mediclaim policy segment, say experts.

Amity to start courses for aspirants of Foreign Universities

Amity International School would provide an integrated secondary course in association with Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) to students aspiring to study in foreign universities.

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  • IRDA's new proposals to introduce mandatory system whereby the intermediaries will need to prove the rationale behind selling a particular policy to client are, no doubt, well intended but are not new.

    The Delhi High Court has ruled that recognition of the University Grant Commission (UGC) is not mandatory for a state government to set up a university.

    India's leading private sector educational group Amity Institutions is launching short-term professional courses in Oman as part of its plans to set up academic and training infrastructure in the Gulf countries.

    Homegrown farm equipment-to-IT major Mahindra & Mahindra has won the HR Excellence Award presented by Amity Group, recognising it as one of the most admired companies across the globe.

    The Delhi High Court on Tuesday sought explanation from Amity University and Delhi government after a candidate alleged violation of rules in admissions to Amity Law school and restrained them from declaring final list of students.

    The Delhi High Court has directed the University Grant Commission to list the Amity University of Uttar Pradesh in the list of universities on its website.

    Mukul Sangma has demanded a more thorough investigation, "stringent follow-up", integration of the nation and finally, fresh legislation to deal with "instances of discrimination and cases of atrocities" against students of the northeast.

    Commitments in the area of outsourcing and freer movement of temporary workers between countries are issues that cannot be swept under the carpet by developed countries.

    Till a decade ago, students finishing school in the cow belt of UP and Bihar, mostly migrated out of their home states to join better-quality, higher education institutes in other parts of India.

    Are the largest of the large companies different from the rest in their perception of business schools? The answer seems to be yes.

    The official broadcaster for the ICC World Cup has perked up the rates from the Rs 17-18L/10 sec slots charged for the India-Pak semi-finals.

    Amity Business School has been directed by a consumer forum here to pay Rs 1.10 lakh as compensation to a student for misleading her that its course was recognised by All India Council for Technical Education.

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