KCET Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: No Cut-off, All Passing Candidates Eligible for College Admissions

KCET Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2021 results have been announced today, September 20 by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) at the official website, kea.kar.nic.in. This year, there will be no cut-off marks for seeking admissions to the colleges, Karnataka Higher Education Minister Dr CN Ashwath Narayan announced. All the candidates who have cleared the exam will be given admissions. A total of 1,93,447 candidates appeared for the exam out of which 1,83,231 are eligible for seeking admission into engineering and technology courses on the basis…

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Cannot Direct States to Reopen Schools: SC

The Supreme Court has refused to direct states to reopen schools. The court said so while rejecting a plea seeking directions to the Center and state to take a time-bound decision regarding reopening of schools. The PIL was filed by a Delhi-based student. Schools have been shut due to the Covid-19 pandemic since March-mid 2020. While some states are reopening schools in a phased manner. It is not compulsory for students to attend physical classes. Schools have been asked to continue both online and physical classes simultaneously. While medical experts…

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CGPSC Topper Neer Nandeha Credits his Successes to Social Media, Know his Preparation Strategy

Neer Nidhi Nandeha, a Raipur resident, has topped the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC) 2019 with a score of 988 marks out of 1000. While most of the government job aspirants stay away from social media, Nandeha credits his success to the same. He claims to have used digital platforms to stay updated with the current affairs. Nandeha said that he used social media platforms as a β€œmedium of preparation”. This helped him with daily updates on ongoing issues and current affairs. it should be regular. It was Nandeha’s second…

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IIT Madras Invites Applications for Executive MBA

IIT Madras MBA admissions 2021: Application process begins Candidates will be selected through the DoMS entrance examination and personal interview. The interview will be held virtually. News18.com New Delhi Last Updated:September 20, 2021, 13:20 IST FOLLOW US ON: India’s best ranking institute, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has invited applications for its executive MBA (EMBA) degree program, which is designed specifically for mid-career working professionals. The application process has begun today – September 20. The last date to apply is October 19. Interested candidates can apply online at…

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CA Inter Topper Wouldn’t Stop at Rank 1, Now Aims at Cracking MBA, Work Abroad

Mumbai-based Priti Nandan Kamat has secured All India Rank (AIR) 1 in the ICAI Chartered Accountant (CA) Intermediate exam for July session 2021 in the old course, the results of which were announced on September 19. She scored 388 out of 700 or 55.43 per cent. But Priti is in no mood to stop just at CA. After her CA, she aims to do an MBA and simultaneously complete the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK). β€œI want to finish MBA in India and want to go to South Korea…

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NEET 2021: Supreme Court to Hear Plea over EWS, OBC Reservation in Medical College Admissions

NEET 2021: SC to hear plea on reservation issue today The Center had approached the apex court after Madras HC observed that the 10 per cent reservation granted to EWS in all India quota seats of medical college would require approval by the Supreme Court. Trending Desk New Delhi Last Updated:September 21, 2021, 08:38 IST FOLLOW US ON: The Supreme Court will hear the plea by the central government regarding the implementation of the economically weaker section (EWS) quota in medical college admissions. The Center had approached the apex court…

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Kerala to Conduct Class 11 Exams from September 24

A day after the Supreme Court allowed the Kerala government to hold physical exams for Class 11 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the state government on Saturday announced that the examinations will be held from September 24 to October 18. General Education Minister V Sivankutty said the exams will be held in the foreign and strictly adhering to the COVID-19 health protocol. β€œThe exams for Higher Secondary students will start on September 24 and will end on October 18. The Vocational higher secondary exams will however end on October 13. There…

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Salary Crunch in 12 DU colleges, Teachers Want UGC to Take Control

Once again, the Delhi University teachers are in a tussle with the Delhi government over delay in grants to 12 colleges, which are fully funded by the state government. Owing to late salaries and other regularities, UGC is being requested to takeover these colleges. Teachers have stated that their grant is insufficient, therefore they want the UGC to intervene and provide justice. The colleges that are demanding UGC takeover include Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, Bhimrao Ambedkar College, Indira Gandhi Sports College, Maharishi Valmiki College, Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Science, Aditi…

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CBSE to use Blockchain Technology to Secure Board Related Documents

The Central Board Secondary Education (CBSE) will be using a blockchain technology to ensure academic documents are recorded in β€œa secure and tamper-proof manner.” To be known as β€œAcademic (BlockChain) Documents” (ABCD), the academic documents can be accessed online in a verifiable manner. The document can be used by various educational institutes for verification at the time of admission for higher studies and companies for job offers. It can also be used for online counseling by the institutes. It can be accessed by users such as students, educational institutions, employers…

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Telangana inks MoU with Wingsure to provide personalized insurance, advisory services to farmers

HYDERABAD: The Telangana government on Thursday said it has inked a pact with Wingsure, an insurtech venture spin-out of SRI International (formerly Stanford Research Institute), to offer personalized crop insurance products and advisory services to small, underserved farmers in the state. US-based Wingsure will collaborate with government agencies to develop a ground distribution strategy by leveraging its deep-tech platform, including AR (Augmented Reality), AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning)-based personalized solutions, along with voice bots and natural language processing (NLP), to allow farmers to communicate in their native language. It…

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