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♦ Once Again Girls outperformed the boys in CBSE class 10 exam
♦ CBSE Thursday declared the results for the Class 10 board examinations, with 98.76%
♦ 95.18% acchived by abroad students class 12 exam of CBSE
♦ 99% in CBSE class 12 exam, Paras Sharma topped CBSE 2013 class 12 examination.
♦ Once again girls outperformed boys, girls were 87.98%, compared to 77.78% for boys.
♦ CBSE result 2013 is declared today.
♦ Class 12 results will be declared on 27th May at 10:00 AM : M C SHARMA CBSE EXAMINATION INCHAGE
♦ CBSE:Questions based on Problem solving assesment
♦ CBSE : Generation of LOC (List of Candidates) for Class X and XII for 2013 (MAIN) Exam.
♦ Cambridge syllabus for 2015 and new qualifications are announced .
♦ Change of subject(s) in year 10 and year 12 is not allowed by CISCE (ICSE and ISC)
♦ Question Bank for JEE and NEET 2013 available.
♦ Gujarat:SSCE and HSCE date sheet for 2013.
♦ UP Board: Date sheet of Board Examination 2013.
♦ CBSE is planning to introduce.
♦ The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the Central Teacher Eligibility Test.
♦ The Pride of India
♦ Interdisciplinary courses at Presidency University
♦ High cut-off percentages for admission to colleges of Delhi University has pushed applicants to wall.
♦ Education Minister of Haryana suggested a centralised testing system, and contended that policy of not detaining students.
♦ West Bengal state was unable to find leaders in higher education. : Sugata Marjit
♦ Delhi University released its first list of cut-offs for admission to the undergraduate programme.
♦ Ohio State University proposes to launch a pilot project in partnership with AMU.
♦ Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was implemented,
♦ University of Johannesburg it will put off giving an honorary degree to US President Obama.
♦ Views on Education - The Mother of Aurobindo Ashram.
♦ Social media in the Arab region has facilitated innovations by people.
♦ India an economically developed nation proved to be an eye-opener. : Former president Kalam
♦ Vidya Balan as a subject of research, social science students at the Mumbai-based Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
♦ India and US have the capacity to lead global education. : John Kerry
♦ Kolkata-based business school has won its battle against a post-graduate programme applicant.
♦ Delhi University has told its colleges to set up special committees for disable students.
♦ Indira Gandhi National Open University has introduced a PG diploma course in food safety and quality management.
♦ Sanctioned nearly Rs.90 lakh for the welfare of Konda Reddy community students in the state, : Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik
♦ Delhi University has told its colleges to set up
♦ A new asteroid has been discovered by two students from Delhi school.
♦ Cracked the highly-competitive IIT-JEE exam.
♦ Aligarh Muslim University will send a team to provide medical aid in Uttarakhand,
♦ Some colleges have relaxed the cutoff for girls in Delhi University colleges.
♦ A 13-years old boy has cleared the IIT-JEE.
♦ Bihar's 30 candidates have cracked the highly competitive Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination.
♦ A.P.J. Abdul Kalam will be lecturing students of Indian Institute of Management.
♦ Delhi University's Ramjas College, will get forensic experts this year. : Principal
♦ E-education and maximum utilisation of talented teachers could improve higher education in India. : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers will put a warning notice on plagiarised papers.
♦ The cutoff of St. Stephen's College this year is high due to good results.
♦ State Islamic University of Indonesia visited Aligarh Muslim University and discussed the possibility of greater cooperation.
♦ Bring the talents of teachers and students together : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Luxury hostel room on the Punjab University.
♦ Music as a career - 21 June is World Music Day.
♦ 10-years old but thanks to an IQ similar to Albert Einstein's.
♦ Delhi University received around 1.5 lakh offline admission forms.
♦ Delhi University has given an extension of a few hours for submitting online and offline registration.
♦ Premium business school here announced a course for their new batch.
♦ Tata Consultancy Services, held its goIT summer camp programme in the Cincinnati area.
♦ An Indian becomes dean of the Nanyang Business School Singapore.
♦ Delhi University decision to raise the fees is taken by the respective colleges.
♦ First time in India Green air-cooling system for Nalanda International University.
♦ National Institute of Technology Agartala will confer an honorary Doctor of Science degree.
♦ IGNOU has introduced the first pre-admission counselling.
♦ International students at DU have hailed transition to the four-year UG programme.
♦ Fifteen Hindu students were awarded academic scholarships by a Muslim NGO,
♦ 16th annual International Olympiad Awards were presented in Delhi.
♦ IGNOU will offer a MBA in banking and finance.
♦ The Leadership classes for 32 principals of Kerala schools completed.
♦ EU is considering policy chage to woo international students.
♦ Need for quality teaching across all levels of education, : Shashi Tharoor
♦ Meghalaya Governor R.S. Mooshahary asked the state government to dissolve the controversial CMJ University.
♦ Weakening rupee against dollar, Indian students aspiring to study abroad have been hit hard.
♦ The union human resource development ministry sending a team to probe the alleged embezzlement of central funds under Sarv Siksha Abhiyan and Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan in Punjab,
♦ Meghalaya Governor R.S. Mooshahary asked state government to dissolve the controversial CMJ University.
♦ School dropout rates among the SC,ST have come down since the implementation of the Right to Education Act, :Pallam Raju
♦ Many tribal groups in Odisha youth gets into including Indian Institutes of Management.
♦ Medical admissions under-graduate and post-graduate subject to final verdict: Supreme Court
♦ Kolkata to get hub on Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore's interpretations of philosophy of science.
♦ Delhi University Students Union, has not received much appreciation from students for job fair.
♦ A software developed by an IT firm that provides instant information about students to parents via SMS and e-mail.
♦ Delhi High Court asked All India Institute of Medical Sciences to reserve seat for OBC candidate.
♦ Job fair organised by Delhi University students union.
♦ 1,651 of its graduating students bagged job : Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology University
♦ Picture of US President Barack Obama in Indian exam admit card.
♦ Delhi University have been made simpler this year following the introduction of the four-year undergraduate programme.
♦ Special sessions to explain the new four-year undergraduate courses.
♦ Delhi government decided to grant the Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology.
♦ 80 % children of migrant labourers in the state either drop out of schools or have no education.
♦ Lawrence School Sanawar has set a new record world's highest peak Mount Everest recently.
♦ Many new courses that have been introduced or modified by Indian universities.
♦ Four-year undergraduate programme was not an eccentric brainwave of one man,: Dinesh Singh Vice Chancellor DU
♦ Schools in Britain may soon conduct competitions to break secret codes.
♦ Indira Gandhi National Open University will offer a Master of Arts in Psychology from 2013.
♦ Delhi University has approved changes in the syllabi and scheme of examinations.
♦ No Indian institution figures in the list of top 200 universities in the world. : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Himachal Pradesh High Court notice to Himachal minister over the teacher's transfer.
♦ The teacher of Delhi University ends hunger strike.
♦ Bhubaneswar-based Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology University announced that it had inked a pact with Trinity College, London.
♦ Topper student's name is announced for Uttar Pradesh Board of Intermediate.
♦ Meghalaya Governor R.S. Mooshahary asked CMJ University vice-chancellor Chandra Mohan Jha to clarify his stand on fake PhD.
♦ Universities to take the lead in starting a sustained programme. : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Defer the introduction of four-year undergraduate programme in Delhi University : Arun Jaitley
♦ Annapurna International School of Film and Media and Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University undergraduate and two-year postgraduate degrees course.
♦ Rs.403 crore in the current fiscal under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan scheme for universal education, :Kerala
♦ Registration to Delhi University's four-year undergraduate programme 42,000 admission forms were sold, : University official
♦ National Human Rights Commission sought a report from human resource development ministry.
♦ 4,000 people have signed an online petition against Delhi University's Four Year Undergraduate Programme.
♦ In Andhra Pradesh Over two lakh students have qualified for admission into engineering colleges.
♦ U.P. Board of Intermediate Exam result announced 92.68% students passed this year.
♦ Register online for the new four-year undergraduate course with Delhi University.
♦ Behind in maths Australia, report released.
♦ An innovation tablet, 'iTopper' has launched by AppThoughtz.
♦ Delhi High Court directed the central government to form a panel to examine a plea against the UPSC.
♦ Delhi University's four-year undergraduate course being launched from this academic session.
♦ India announced a fellowship in honour of Satish Dhawan, former chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation.
♦ Delhi University students Monday staged here a rally against the varsity's decision to introduce four-year course.
♦ Part of a German government initiative to link schools across the world youth camp began
♦ The schools in Kerala have reopened after summer break just as the southwest monsoon begins.
♦ Students organisations have decided to hold protests in the national capital
♦ Students organisations have decided to hold protests in Delhi
♦ Four-year degree programme of Delhi University has come under fire from educationists and jurists
♦ Chief Minister of U.P. Akhilesh Yadav on Monday give away 8,000 laptops to students
♦ Indian Institute of Advanced Study here is organising a three-day seminar on human dimensions
♦ Counselling for admission to PG courses in government medical colleges would now be held online,
♦ Indira Gandhi National Open University offering a masters programme in tourism from 2013 session,
♦ Delhi University all set to introduce the new Four Year Undergraduate Programme
♦ Human resource development ministry announced task force to formulate a blueprint of a uniform entrance examination
♦ IGNOU is offering a masters programme on Gandhi and Peace Studies
♦ Making children go to school is one of the biggest achievements of the UPA : HRD Minister M. Pallam Raju
♦ Supreme Court has asked Delhi University to look into the grievances of blind students
♦ National Human Rights Commission sought a report from Manipur over alleged gross irregularities in mid-day meal scheme
♦ Delhi's government schools have outperformed private schools in the (CBSE)
♦ Vina Mazumdar, chronicler of the Indian women's movement and pioneer of women's studies, passed away
♦ 30 top executives from the country's nationalised banks underwent a leadership programme conducted by IIMK
♦ Supreme Court asked the Delhi University to examine the grievances of blind students.
♦ Sharad Pawar's name as the founder of NCP from a Class 10 textbook issued by the Maharashtra education board
♦ Education is the most important socio-economic challenge for the Muslim community. : Vice President Mohammed Hamid Ansari
♦ Denied a chance to appear for the IIT-JEE exams, opted to study at Stanford University in the US.
♦ Malnourished children are less literate than those who have a nutritious diet,
♦ Himachal Pradesh notified four senior secondary schools in state where physically challenged will have normal education.
♦ Women in the work force help children develop
♦ Tendency of view Kashmiri students with suspicion in out side of state needed to be changed : J&K Chief Minister Omar Abdullah
♦ Supreme Court will examine whether Gujarat government's policy of recruiting Vidya Sahayaks is discriminatory.
♦ Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC) President G. Palanivel has lauded the Malaysian government's move to help average Malaysian Indian students
♦ Nalanda, the ancient seat of learning
♦ Supreme Court asked Delhi University to state what steps taken to address the grievances of physically disabled students in four-year undergraduate degree
♦ The world's leading medical university, Sweden's Karolinska Institute undertaking research collaboration work with over 100 educational institutions.
♦ Public welfare trust Umang Foundation will organise a film festival on disability
♦ A free, confidential helpline will be launched for CBSE results
♦ Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma laid foundation stone of National Institute of Design
♦ Identifying at least one department in each university that could be made a centre of excellence. : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Himachal Pradesh High Court quashed appointments of 480 teachers made in 2011
♦ Notice issued to Delhi's Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University by National Human Rights Commission
♦ Sikh community approved British city of Leicester.
♦ Indian-origin boy won 2013 National Geographic Bee by correctly naming Chimborazo.
♦ Need for reorienting country's strategic thinking and reappraising its higher defence organisations : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
♦ Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan 100 % target achieved by Himachal Pradesh
♦ The partnership with Nigeria in education through institutional cooperation : India
♦ National Geographic Bee by correctly naming Chimborazo Indian-origin boy won
♦ In Europe Italy has the lowest graduation rates
♦ Japan will provide technological assistance for National Institute of Design Kurukshetra, Haryana
♦ Probe into the vulgar and irrelevant content in government schools : Punjab government
♦ Supreme Court warned against the approach towards primary teachers appointment.
♦ Indian National Defence University Gurgaon Foundation stone lay by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
♦ Rajiv Gandhi Global Excellence Award get,Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat Education president Vishakha Tripathi
♦ Four-week summer workshop on filmmaking for engineering students : Annapurna International School of Film and Media
♦ African students are keen to study in Indian universities,
♦ World's highest mountain peak scaled by Lawrence School's Six boys.
♦ In Dubai 98.75 % to be ranked second in science stream in Indian School Certificate.
♦ Vocational training to youth in the country while pointing out that by 2020 : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ CEE, medical and engineering courses on behalf of other students :Assam Police
♦ Spoiling the future of the future generations
♦ In Himachal Pradesh University, Nagaland governor to get doctorate degree
♦ An Indian ,on a short visit has been arrested by police here for blogging against a Dubai-based university.
♦ Demanding the scrapping of the four-year undergraduate programme, march towards residence UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi
♦ President Mukherjee attend the annual convocation of Lovely Professional University Punjab
♦ Mohammad Muzammil to be next VC of Agra university
♦ School Leadership Project to raise standards in the country's education:UAE
♦ Teachers and Principals became students to learn and enhance teaching.
♦ Meghalaya High Court directed controversial private varsity to stop admissions.
♦ President Mukherjee the first honoris causa degree of Lovely Professional University attend varsity convocation in Jalandhar
♦ India and US Academic Partnership.
♦ Nalanda International University, coming up in Rajgir in Bihar,
♦ Department of school education has plan to close all the identified 1,372 schools
♦ Indian private university has been barred from recruiting Ghanaian students.
♦ University of Southern California offering a master of science degree in global supply chain management.
♦ CBI probe illegal functioning of controversial CMJ University.: Chief Minister Mukul Sangma
♦ No More ragging in any educational institutions : Tripura government
♦ India's higher education system being the second largest in the world : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Grievances of disabled students before implementing the four-year undergraduate programme with multiple degrees.: Delhi High Court
♦ In Nagaland to spread innovations,called upon students and teachers :President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Opportunities to study an Asian language ,Australian government announced.
♦ Memorandum of Understanding, Andhra Pradesh government to train engineering students
♦ Iintroduce training in martial arts for girls in all its schools : Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit
♦ Remove the imbalances across regions and sections of society : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ The education and vocational training provided to Muslim girls and women
♦ Private Indian college has been barred from registering new students for four distance learning programmes
♦ Partnership with India and US to prepare the global workforce
♦ The government and private medical colleges admit students to under-graduate post-graduate medical and dental courses paved by Supreme Court.
♦ Nnon-bailable arrest warrants against CMJ University's chancellor Chandra Mohan Jha and two others issued by Meghalaya court.
♦ Union Public Service Commission denies the result....
♦ Supreme Court cleared decks for admissions to under-graduate and post-graduate medical and dental courses
♦ Masters programme on rural development offered by IGNOU
♦ Honorary doctorate degree declined by Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh
♦ Chairperson of UPA Sonia Gandhi lay the foundation stone of a new hostel for girls at the Jamia Millia Islamia.
♦ Eensure the safety of women CCTV cameras will be installed in all colleges in Haryana : Minister
♦ Mr. R.S. Mooshahary Governor of Meghalaya directed the state government to probe the private Mahatma Gandhi University
♦ Conference on Educational Challenges in the Muslim Community : Husain Dalwai
♦ Gender equality could only be attained if the Indian women cutting across political : Salma Ansari
♦ Jagatguru Kripalu Parishat Education prestigious Nari Award instituted by prominent media house.
♦ Ritankar Das from Kolkata the youngest student receive the University Medal in a century.
♦ Once again Jawaharlal Nehru University's Center of English Studies ranked top 100 English departments in the world.
♦ Criminal Investigation Department arrested another top private CMJ University selling fake Ph.D. degrees
♦ Fake Ph.D. degrees issuing to students by CMJ University : Meghalaya Governor Mooshahary
♦ The teachers of Delhi University protesting against four-year undergraduate course
♦ Crimes against the women and children had numbed the nation and called for an immediate end : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ Shiv Pal Singh Yadav Irrigation Minister of UP declines an invitation from US
♦ Fellowship is a humbling experience, Ritesh Agarwal, founder Oravel.com
♦ German embassy launched a new interactive programme on its website specially for school students.
♦ Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test for admission in Andhra Pradesh
♦ No political interference in the decisions of university: Shashi Tharoor (HRD)
♦ UAE schools' 95.9 % students passed the higher secondary examinations held by India's Kerala state
♦ A study centre-cum-museum dedicated the life and works of Rabindranath Tagore at Indian Institute of Advanced Study. : President Pranab Mukherjee
♦ One of the country's oldest universities Jamia Millia Islamia, embarked upon a series of country-specific programmes to prepare a cadre of experts
♦ Sanskrit universities in the country are facing a shortage of teachers, : Shashi Tharoor
♦ 13-year-old boy from Bihar has cracked preliminary examination of highly competitive Indian Institute of Technology-Joint Entrance Examination.
♦ Delhi High Court issued notice to government and Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan
♦ India's growing demand for quality education, Cloud campuses may just be the future : Shashi Tharoor (HRD)
♦ Delhi High Court will hear a PIL challenging the implementation of Delhi University proposed four-year under-graduate programme with multiple degrees in its present form.
♦ Total 1.5 lakh students qualified in the first stage of entrance examinations for IIT.
♦ This year 73.15 % students passed the matric (secondary) examination in Jharkhand
♦ Children of the fisherfolk get Rs.6 crore towards meeting their educational needs : Kerala government
♦ NSUI has suspended its Mumbai unit chief for allegedly dancing nude at a private party : official sources
♦ No political interference in the functioning of the Presidency University: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (W.B.)
♦ Gujarat-based company will draft masterplan and design upcoming Nalanda International University
♦ An automated system in place this month to close the student visa gap the US expects
♦ Nalanda International University at the ancient seat of learning in Bihar is in its final stage
♦ Aligarh Muslim University announced a centre for strategic studies named after the great Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan,
♦ Indian American student at a US university has won the changing entrepreneurship and outstanding teaching awards
♦ US will tighten oversight to help students seeking to enter the US have valid student visas
♦ Haritha V. Kumar has come first in the Civil Services Examinations
♦ Criminal Investigation Department (CID) raided the offices of Meghalaya's private CMJ University
♦ In Jodhpur Cairn India is setting up a centre of excellence
♦ University of Delhi for starting "College on Wheels", a study tour for students across the country : Minister Sheila Dikshit
♦ President Pranab Mukherjee will be the chief guest at Himachal Pradesh University's convocation
♦ Singapore's largest public university has rejected an appeal by an Indian-origin associate professor of journalism
♦ Educate and empower tribal girls in the hinterland of Chhattisgarh
♦ Introduce mental health programmes and improve the existing ones in schools
♦ Indian Film Industry Lyricist-writer Gulzar has been appointed the new chancellor of Assam University.
♦ Road safety would be introduced in the syllabus of high schools.: Bihar Transport Minister Brishen Patel
♦ Right to Education Act lays down strict guidelines on the student-teacher ratio, as well as on training,
♦ Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirapalli will soon start several short-term executive education and customised management programmes .
♦ A new university would be opened for south Haryana : Chief Minister of Haryana
♦ The students of schools in United Arab Emirates , appeared this year for class 10 examinations conducted by Kerala Education Board
♦ President Pranab Mukherjee first visit to Odisha after assuming the nation's highest post.
♦ Kumbh Mela study to be on Harvard platform
♦ Punjab and Haryana High Court sought a status report from the state government.
♦ Road safety awareness activities in schools and universities : Central Government
♦ The Tibetan administration in exile is now all set to take over 71 institutions functioning across the country.
♦ In the fair "Think Science" UAE's top science students will display their latest innovations.
♦ Robotics competition across more than 250 schools in Andhra
♦ Every child in India has right to life, development, education and protection: Child rights activists
♦ A health programme under which critical illness of children studying in government schools will be covered : Government Himachal Pradesh
♦ The Educating youngsters about heritage and culture is important as awareness about other issues : educators
♦ India can be global leader by propelling research:Dr Kalam
♦ Refund Rs 75,000 to student, consumer court ordered coaching centre.
♦ Education is key to conserving a country's cultural heritage.
♦ Indians see Australia as a good place to visit, live, work and study: Foreign Minister Bob Carr
♦ Non-affiliated private schools have been asked to wind up their operations immediately.:Minister
♦ Junk food in schools to be regularized.
♦ Innovative projects are to be show cased in Delhi IIT
♦ lingering concerns regarding the issue of safety for Indian students in Australia :Poll
♦ Vocational university joint venture between India and Germany
♦ Rajkot: 300 girl students created world record by making 300 periscope within 30 seconds.
♦ Widespread use of media,online chatting, sms causing lower result.
♦ In the field of Education the primary education will create equality for all classes
♦ Talk on preventing HEAT STROKE -by DR Keshwani in DPS BOPAL(Ahmedabad)
♦ IIM Lucknow reduces fees for its post-graduate program
♦ Texting and chatting on mobile phone can result in lower grades and poor performance of students
♦ President Pranab Mukherjee expressed concern over India's low enrolment rate of youths in higher education
♦ Delhi School Award for adopting environment-friendly practices in their campuses.
♦ Education is the way for social empowerment
♦ U. P. education department is been launching 'School Chalo' from April 15.
♦ In Chhattisgarh Seven new ITIs will come up : Minister
♦ India and Germany would sign two agreements
♦ Free and compulsory education to all children in the 6-14 age group in India : Right to Education (RTE) Act.
♦ Russian country needs a unified, standard approach in teaching history :President Vladimir Putin
♦ Institutes of higher learning continue to be challenged by quality:President of India
♦ Goa schools would be made wi-fi enabled within months : Minister
♦ India vs Pakistan school debate wins by Lahore school
♦ The target to improve education minimum 2-3 year : Minister
♦ Class 12th students of Government schools in Punjab likely to get tablet computers: Minister
♦ Stampede in Meghalaya School,29 injured
♦ Cheating in National open school examinations
♦ Public Schools to have Internet Access In Costa Rica
♦ India's education system must prepare children for life (Comment)
♦ Himachal lawmakers worried over decline in educational standards
♦ Pakistan's school won the India-Pakistan debate 2013
♦ Schools and colleges deserted over the death of student activist.
♦ Girl expelled in Russia for wearing Hijab
♦ Schools of Goa to get wi-fi connection in four months: Parrikar
♦ Ashwini Nene has topped the Graduate Record Examination
♦ Call centres to empower underprivileged kids
♦ 90 percent schools could not comply RTE deadline:Report
♦ Lawrence School(Sanawar) boys eye Mount Everest
♦ Elementary level board examination in Himachal Pradesh: Himachal assembly
♦ MCI entrance test biased: Indian Diaspora
♦ States and Union Territories should implement Right To Education: HRD MINISTER
♦ New UAE centres to translate academic programmes of world-renowned universities into Arabic
♦ New criteria of SSA for hiring teachers
♦ CBSE school principals need training for better leadership
♦ UAE teachers unwilling to join 'SHARJAH' schools
♦ Mission-‘’To Save Trees’’- on the occasion of HOLI
♦ Education bills sidelined in parliament:Shashi Tharoor
♦ Supreme court bench to hear case of 25% seats for poor in schools
♦ Kerala sets a new benchmark of lowest school dropout rate in india
♦ Bill for reservation in higher education in Bengal
♦ Creative arts boost learning in education
♦ Excellence in Indian higher education needed: President
♦ English an optional language not compulsory: Government
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