The details of candidates whose GATE 2019 applications rejected by the IIT Madras have been released on the official website of the competitive exam. The rejected list have been published the website include two types of candidates; those who are found to be duplicate and those who are not meeting eligibility requirements. The official lists said, as already announced in the GATE 2019 brochure, no admit card will be generated and no application fee will be refunded for these candidates. However , in case, if any of these candidates whose registrations have been rejected, would like to submit the required documents, they may contact the exam conductingRead More →

Dr R Rukkumani, a faculty in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Pondicherry University, received the prestigious ‘Woman Scientist Award’ by Biotechnology Research Society of India (BRSI). Vice Chancellor of Pondicherry University, Prof. Gurmeet Singh appreciated Dr Rukkumani for her achievement. Among several nominations from different Universities, Research Institutes and Industries, she has been chosen for the award. The award includes, certificate, shield, citation and a cash prize of Rs. 25,000/-. The award was given to her in the recently held 15th BRSI Convention and the International conference on Innovation for Bio Sustainable development held in Hyderabad. The award was presented to her by the DirectorRead More →

  AIIMS MBBS 2019: AIIMS MBBS 2019 Basic Registration process will begin soon. Candidates will be able to complete the basic registration process on the official website for AIIMS Exams (www.aiimsexams.org). This year onward, AIIMS has introduced two-tier registration process for MBBS course too. Earlier two-tier mode of registration was followed only for PG medical and dental courses. In the two-tier process candidates would need to complete basic registration process first, the window for which will be opened today. The basic registration process will be conducted almost 6 months prior to the exam. Those who complete the basic registration process will then have to complete final registration process, whichRead More →

Around 45 lakh children studying in government schools across Assam will be administered an oath on Saturday not to use betel nut or tobacco. They would take the oath under the ‘Pledge for Life’ initiative of the department of education again on December 14, a statement by the organisers said on Friday. The oath, as per the instructions from the department of Education reads: “I pledge not to use betel nut or tobacco in any form, including smoking cigarettes, bidis, etc, or chewing tobacco as gutka, etc., for the rest of my life and also encourage my family and friends not to do so.” “AssamRead More →

The Joint CSIR-UGC NET Exam June 2018 Result has been announced. The result is available in a pdf file on the CSIR official website. Candidates can check their result using their roll number. Along with the qualifying status, the ranks have also been announced for JRF purposes.  The candidates whose roll numbers feature in the list are successful in their category subject to their fulfilling the eligibility criteria laid down for the test. Joint CSIR-UGC NET Exam June 2018 Result: How to check? Step one: Go to official website: www.csirhrdg.res.in Step two: In the Results section, on the homepage, click on the Joint CSIR-UGC NETRead More →

BIEAP timetable 2019: Andhra Pradesh intermediate level examination date sheet for part I (class 11) and part II (class 12) are released on the Board of intermediate education, the government of Andhra Pradesh’s official website – bieap.gov.in. The datasheet or exam timetable for regular and vocational intermediate courses remains the same. Over 10.6 lakh students are expected to appear for the exam. The datesheet was released by state Minister of HRD, Srinivas Rao and is yet to be uploaded on the official website – bieap.gov.in.   The exams will start from February 27 for class 11 and February 28, 2019 for class 12. The timings for bothRead More →

RPSC School Lecturer recruitment exam for the openings in Rajasthan School Education Department will start from January 15, 2019 and will end on January 23, 2019. The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) had released this School Lecturer recruitment notification in April, 2018 with 1,789 vacancies and later it was increased to 5,000 in a corrigendum published in May, 2018. The School Lecturer recruitment exam will begin with the Group A General Knowledge exam on January 15 next year and will end with Group C Home Science paper on January 23, 2019. RPSC School Lecturer Exam Dates Check the exam dates from three groups here: GROUP-A January 15,Read More →

West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Sunday asked the members of Trinamool Congress-controlled primary teachers’ association to ensure regular classes in schools. “I have urged the members of our association to see to it that teachers regularly take classes and students also record regular attendance… We must ensure this,” he said. The minister was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a conference of the ‘Paschimbanga Trinamool Prathamik Sikshak Samity’. Coming down heavily on Left-backed primary teachers’ organisation, Mr Chatterjee said, “Where were these protesters who are now hitting the streets with various demands, when the condition of primary teachers was worse in theRead More →

Tripura’s Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath has announced that the state will soon have NCERT books along with CBSE syllabus in its schools. This will be done in the place of the present state curriculum State Council of Educational Research and Training. Committee to change school syllabus The BJP-Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) government has set up an expert committee on the change of school syllabus. According to the committee, NCERT curriculum and CBSE syllabus will be brought in all government and government-aided schools in the state. Chapters on political parties “I was surprised by media reports on this issue. I inquired and foundRead More →

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur Friday said that postgraduate teachers (PGT) in schools would now be called lecturers and posts of vice principal would be created in government senior secondary schools across the state. Addressing the state level education conference on ‘Universal, Free and Quality Education for All’ at Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Agriculture University in Palampur of Kangra district, Thakur also said the promotion quota for school lecturers would be increased from 50 to 60 per cent. “Nomenclature of PGT of the school would be changed into lecturer in the education department,” he said. The CM also announced that the teachers showing poorRead More →