Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Admission 2015 Engineering Entrance Exam

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) published Application forms and candidates can fill and submit the form online, before 23 March 2015. AMU 2015 Engineering Entrance Exam will be conducted on 17 May 2015. Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is one of the oldest and best university of India and it conducts Engineering Entrance Exam every year to enroll students in engineering courses.  AMU 2015 Engineering Entrance Exam will be conducted for admission in undergraduate courses only.

AMU 2015 Engineering Eligibility Criteria:

1. Eligibility criteria to write AMU Engineering Entrance Exam for Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) –

Candidates need to score at least, an aggregate of 50% in XII or should have scored at least 50% in any qualifying exam which is conducted by recognized institution (recognized by state or central education board) with Physics, Chemistry and Math’s.

or Candidate  must have a Diploma in Engineering (with minimum aggregate of 50%) from Aligarh Muslim University

2. Eligibility criteria for AMU Engineering Entrance Exam for Bachelor of Engineering (B.E)

Candidates should have a Diploma in Engineering, recognized from Aligarh Muslim University with Minimum 50% aggregate in Diploma.

AMU 2015 Engineering Application Form:

Application form of AMU 2015 engineering entrance exams will be available online only. The official date is not yet determined, but the form is expected to be released in March 2015. Interested candidates may register online through the official website of AMU.

Candidates must mention genuine and updated information on the application from for successful intake of application. False information may lead to disqualification of the candidate. Candidates should also ensure that there are no areas remain blank during the online check-in, otherwise that could again lead to the same. When the questionnaire is completed successfully, it will be automatically saved (in PDF format) in the personal account of the applicant. Applicants are recommended to save a hard copy of application form for their future use.

Applicants can pay Entrance fee AMU 2015 engineering entrance exam pay by Demand draft or cash. The demand draft of Rs. 500/- will be generated, in favor of ” the Finance Officer, Amu, Aligarh’ payable at Aligarh. For applications, cash payment, candidates can directly pay the financial management of the Amu and receive a receipt for refund

 

 

AMU 2015 Engineering Exam Pattern

AMU Engineering Entrance Exam will be of 3 hour with Total of 150 questions of multiple choices and each question will be of 1 marks.  Negative marking of 1/4 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

AMU 2015 Engineering Seat Reservation

50% seats reserved for Muslim candidates by AMU and besides this no other category is offered freedom of seat reservation in a few of the courses in AMU 2015 Engineering Entrance Exam

AMU 2015 Engineering Entrance Exam Result

AMU exam results will be published in July which might differ.

 

 

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More than 70 000 primary school teachers will be appointed within in future: Uttar Pradesh Govt

Uttar Pradesh government assumed that it will quickly accomplish the formalities to assign 72,825 primary school teachers in the state.

Basic education Minister Ram Govind Chaudhary said- According to the instructions of the Supreme Court, out of 72,825 vacancies, the government appointed 43,651 primary school teachers after four round of counselling.

He said that for the remaining vacancies, the Department is issuing appointment letters for suitable candidates. The issue was raised during the hour of questions by the member of Congress Anugrah Narain Singh, who wanted to know the status of the vacancy.

In his reply, The Minister said that several applicants applied for the job from to more than one place, and they were issued appointment letters from several locations. According to him, the situation will be clear after they join the service.

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The center to frame grading system for universities: SC

supreme court

On Monday, The centre disclosed in the Supreme Court that it is mulling a new system to grade universities and process of setting the criteria will be finalized within the time period of three months.

Additional solicitor general Tushar Mehta informed told a bench of Justices Dipak Misra and Vikramajit Sen that the government is under consideration with various stakeholders such as National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and University Grants Commission (UGC) to develop the criteria for grading.

The stand of the centre was opposed by a group of private universities which stated that the government may not establish any criteria because there is no such rule and it can be done via Executive action. The bench, after hearing their quarrel, asked the government to respond to their objections within three weeks.

Meanwhile, the UGC asked the bench that it has resumed physical verification of eight universities as per the court’s direction and found them incomplete.

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WHY CIVIL SERVICES

IAS or Civil Services is the most prestigious and attractive career option in India and all discipline of students like graduates, MBAs, Engineers, Doctors  dream to become an IAS officer not just to earn money, but also to serve the country in an effective way. The decision should come straight from your heart because you are going to be the top public servant of this great Nation. The whole preparation requires strong determination and total devotion.

“First thing is the passion I had for the Civil services and next thing self-confidence. These factors were responsible for me to take very important decision in my life. I took that step because of the confidence I had in myself that I would achieve my dream one day. It was the passion to excel and to realise my dream which made me work very hard and finally achieve this feat-   

                                                                                                            Bharti Dixit Civil Services 2013

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Desired Qualities

Some aspirants take it up by choice, some by passion; some are coerced into it, while some do it merely to try their luck. What you take the great plunge you have to go through the rigours of the coveted Civil Services Examination. It requires some qualities as there is no short cut to success.

 

Constant Queries

An inquisitive mind can grab knowledge anywhere, any time. 

Hard Working

Have you ever heard anyone died of hard work? Don’t shy away from your assigned schedule even for a minute.

Some of the other important qualities which are a must for you:

  • Leadership Skills
  • Intelligence
  • Self Confidence
  • Positive Attitude
  • Commanding Ability
  • Good Communication Talents
  • Firm Determination
  • Ability to manage complex situations,
  • Patience and quick decision making, etc.

DISHA has undertaken focused research on these areas while preparing its books. The suggestions are practical and useful as presented in our books like Toppers Secrets of Success and other titles as given below. 

Basic Focus Areas

  • GS and Essay if neglected can turn the table in spite of how good you score in your optional papers. Open your eyes and see the world, perceive the difference how common people see the things and how you critically analyse the facts.
  • Current Affairs is the window to see the world around us.
  • Regularly watch channels like Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha NDTV and BBC
  • Read analytical articles and editorials of Newspapers like, The Hindu, Times of India, The Indian Express, Economic Times and Hindustan Times.
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Coaching Yourself

You know you are your best coach but, you need guidance. Therefore,while choosing coaching centers, always pay attention to their subject material, infrastructure and teachers and check its past results. However, keep financial aspect in your mind before joining the coaching.

Develop Habit and Quality of Reading

Consulting your seniors who have qualified earlier will help you a lot in shaping your lesson plans, which books and how to read them?  Develop the habit of reading newspaper and useful books from your college level.

Anupam Saha, an electrical engineer by qualification, cracked Civil Service Examination (IAS) with 35th rank in 2012 in his third attempt. He completed his schooling from Kesinga Vidyapeetha and studied in National Institute of Technology, Rourkela to get a B.Tech degree in electrical engineering in 2007. He worked with the TCS for two years and moved to Delhi for coaching after leaving his job. He took Geography and Public Administration as his subjects and failed to clear the prelims in the first attempt. 

“Time spent on the study table is of great importance”— Anupam Saha

 IAS Topper Rank: 35

                            Exam: Civil Services Examination

                IAS Topper Year: 2011

 

Making Note

Note making is an intuitive art that demands your reasoning power. Collecting materials in a comprehensive manner and crisp down them in your note is a wise method. We have followed the idea of note making suggesting practical examples in our books.

“Regarding notes, I would suggest everyone to learn the habit of reading more and writing less. It is not necessary to prepare notes on every topic. I hardly made any notes except some current affairs that would enrich my answers in the mains exam and notes on IR.”                                                                                 Nima Arora Topper 2013

 

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  • Early Beginning

When you take a decision to start preparation for the IAS exam, you should do it as early as possible because the number of students preparing for the exam is quite high and the level of competition is also stiff. Generally, you can get solved papers of past years from DISHA PUBLICATION (NEW DELHI based book Publishing House) such as 20 Year’s CSAT,  Crack CSAT 2 to get an idea about the type of questions being asked and you need to update yourself in all fields such as Economy, Polity, History, Science and other subjects.

  • Smart Preparation

Most of the IAS Aspirants are of the view that to become an IAS officer, studying 10 hours or more every day is mandatory. But, in order to get the desired results, aspirants need to read selective books on different subjects, making short notes, learn time and stress management skills and take mock test papers and so on.

  • Routine Study

Aspirants need to go by a fixed study time-table that will help to cover the entire syllabus within the time available and focus for long hours on constructive learning. The mode of preparation for the exam might vary for from one student to another, but aspirants always need to keep in mind that clearness of idea is the key to accomplishment in the preliminary test.

I started preparation for civil services exam two years ago, did 6-7 hours of self-study a day, and even studied 12 hours a day during exams. You should know how to read The Hindu, Yojana, how to make notes about Ancient History and how to write essays.”

   Roman Saini 2013 Topper 

 

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CBSE 2015 Board Exam: Paper of Class 12 CBSE to Change

CBSE paper pattern change

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi, made some changes in class 12 board exam question paper model and now the question paper pattern has been transformed from “objective-type to “application based”.

All those students who have been preparing for CBSE exam, will be affected by the changes. The number of questions in subjects such as accountancy, business studies, economics, like political science have been decreased and the long answer questions have been increased which is clearly the reduction of the objective type questions from the upcoming board exams.

The major changes at a glance-

 Political Science– The number of questions has been condensed from 31 to 27.

There are five one mark and five two mark question instead of 10 of each.

Mathematics – Paper will carry 26 questions instead of 29

Business Studies– Paper will carry 25 questions instead of 30

– Economics – Number of questions has been reduced 29 instead of 32

– There are 8 six-marks questions now as an alternative of 6, and

– Number of 1 and 3 markers has been reduced from ten to 8 in each case.

– All six mark long question are now compulsory questions.

The main motive behind these chances to escape the students from the practice of rote-learning and make them disposed to investigative as well as evaluative lessons.

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No New Teacher Recruitment In Delhi’s government’s schools in 5 yrs

No teacher recruitment in Delhi govt school

The last deadline for the accomplishment of Right to Education Act is March 2015, but, As per an affidavit filed in Supreme Court shows, there are more than 16,000 vacancies in Delhi government schools alone and there has been no recruitment of teachers in either government or municipal schools since 2009 and the new small batch of successful candidates is yet to join.

Delhi Subordinate Staff Selection Board conducts exams to make Permanent recruitment’s, but, it takes considerable period of time to complete the formalities. For the time being, many exams have been either cancelled or rescheduled, policies changed or paper leaked.

MAT Feb 2015 results published, registrations yet to start on for May examination

MAT Result Feb 2015

The result of MAT Feb 2015 got published at the official website and to get the results by visiting the website of AIMA. To check the results, candidates need to enter their Roll Number, Form Number and Month of Test.

MAT exam is conducted by the All India Management Association (AIMA) as a national level entrance test for entrance into Master of Business Administration (MBA) and equal programs offered by different participating organization.

MAT February 2015 Paper Based Test took place on February 1, 2015 from 10 AM to 12.30 PM. The Computer Based Test (CBT) held on February 7, 2015.

MAT May 2015: Candidates can opt for Paper Based Test or the CBT. The paper-based MAT May 2015 will take place from 10 am to 12.30 pm on Sunday, May 3, 2015 and the CBT will take place from Saturday, May 9, 2015 onwards. All graduates belonging to all disciplines and even the final year students of graduate courses can also apply for MAT easily.

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AFCAT- A Golden Opportunity to Enter Indian Air Force after Class 12

Indian Air Force (IAF) has issued a notification of AFCAT 2015 Exam to fill up many vacancies of Commissioned Officer in Flying, Technical and Ground Duty Branches by means of Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT).

If you have applied for AFCAT Exam 2015, Indian air force will conduct its exam on 22nd Feb 2015. All those candidates who have applied for AFCAT 2015 exam can download their afcat 2015 admit card from the official portal careerairforce(.)nic(.)in.

There are some useful tips for such students which are mentioned here below-

  • In the exam, always start will the easiest section as it will allow you to increase efficiency, fetch good marks in other sections and will improve your confidence. Leave the difficult questions in the starting period of the exam.
  • Shun those questions for which you are not sure about as AFCAT has negative marking system. You will lose one mark for each wrong answer you make. So, try to answer the questions correctly in the least possible time.
  • Make use of rough paper provided by IAF to find out the answers in subjects like MATH and special ability. Check your answers two times on rough paper before writing it on the answer sheet.
  • Most of the students perform well in spatial ability section. If you are really eager to know as what kind of questions are asked in AFCAT, its syllabus or in other words a complete book for getting the desired success in AFCAT exam, The new AFCAT Guide with 6 past papers (2011 – 2014) is a must read book.
  • Avoid wrong marking as such markings are not considered valid for AFCAT exams.
  • Take coaching class if you are financially well.
  • Reach your exam center on time with afcat exam admit card.
  • Try to attempt at least 50 questions correctly in the exam to fetch 150 paving your way to crack the exam.
  • All those Candidates who are applying for technical exams will have to face EKT
  • (Engineering Knowledge Test) exam along with the afcat exam. Even if you have qualified in afcat exam, but fail in EKT exam, you won’t be qualified for technical branch in AFSB interview. Candidates applying for technical branch will have clear AFCAT and EKT exams to clear AFSB interview.
  • EKT exam is tough. So, refer to previous EKT question papers and books which provide you basic answers in connection with your branch.

 

Airtel, UNICEF reaches an agreement for education in Africa

Airtel, UNICEF reaches an agreement for education in Africa

Bharti Airtel has collaborated with UNICEF to ensure the health, education and youth-oriented content for their clients in 17 countries in Africa.The company says that this corporation is aimed at improving African population’s access to health services and education-related information, while promoting a variety of pioneering projects supported by UNICEF.

The accord allows UNICEF to make use of Airtel’s mobile services to make health, education and youth-focused content obtainable to Airtel customers across the 17 African countries. In the course of better coordination, Africans will have free access to mobile applications and services developed by UNICEF such as eduTrac, mTrac and U-report.

Final merit / rank list of COMEDK PGET 2015 to be published on February 24

The final merit / rank list is generated based on the results of entrance examinations and the same will be published on February 24, 2015. Consortium of medical engineering and dental colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK PGET) has published the answer keys COMEDK PGET 2015 13 February on the official website.

The COMEDK PGET 2015 exam is conducted for admission to post graduate medical/Dental courses in 12 medical and 19 dental member institutions. Karnataka private medical and dental colleges Association in the the consortium of medical, engineering and Dental colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) is independent from the government spent CET, and is used to fill in some places in certain engineering/medical/dental colleges in Karnataka.

 

COMEDK PGET-2015 was held on 1st February 2015.. The provisional answer keys in respect of all the four versions of Medical and Dental were notified on the same day i.e. 1st February 2015 and the candidates were asked to seek clarifications if any relating to the said provisional answer keys on or before 06/02/2015

  • COMEDK PGET 2015 – FINAL ANSWER KEY – MEDICAL
    Sl. No.
    QUESTION NUMBER
    Provisional Answer
    Key
    Revised / Final Answer
    Key
    Version
    A
    Version
    B
    Version
    C
    Version
    D
    1
    3
    31
    87
    59
    D
    E *
    2
    22
    50
    106
    78
    C
    C or D
    3
    58
    2
    30
    86
    B
    A
    4
    78
    22
    50
    106
    C
    E *
    5
    31
    87
    59
    3
    D
    E *
    6
    46
    102
    74
    18
    D
    C
    7
    55
    111
    83
    27
    A
    A or C
    8
    152
    132
    152
    132
    D
    E *
    9
    157
    137
    157
    137
    A
    C
    10
    123
    163
    123
    163
    C
    D
    11
    136
    176
    136
    176
    C
    B or C
  • E * – in the Answer key indicates wrong stem / detractors. Hence 1 mark awarded to all the candidates irrespective of the response.
  • Based on the similar exercise the modified answer keys for Dental PG have been as under:
  • COMEDK PGET 2015 – FINAL ANSWER KEY – DENTAL
    Sl. No.
    QUESTION NUMBER
    Provisional Answer
    Key
    Revised / Final Answer
    Key
    Version
    A
    Version
    B
    Version
    C
    Version
    D
    1
             46
          116
            11
            81
    B
    B or C
    2
    159
          175
           151
           167
    D
    B
    3
    156
          164
           172
           164
    B
    B or C
  • In the circumstances, the Revised / Final answer keys for all the four versions for Medical PG and Dental PG are herein notified. Click here for details
  • The candidate may please note that the Revised / Final Answer Keys are the basis for generating Test Scores and Publication of Rank

Assam govt joins hands with Curtin University for higher education development

Assam government said it has joined hands with Curtin University of Australia for the development of higher education in the state. According to the official release, the government of Assam has entered into a joint partnership agreement with Curtin University in an effort to improve higher education in the state, mainly in the field of technological education and research.
In partnership, Curtin University will cooperate with the Department of education and Assam science and Technology University in the development and implementation of world-class Washington Accord accredited programs to improve the level of technology, education and research in the country,” it said
The chief Minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi assured all possible support and cooperation from the government Curtin University to pursue a collaborative and integrated research in the state. Gogoi asked to include agriculture and other natural resources within the study to ensure that the state’s efforts for sustainable development.

 

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IM-Nagpur to promote management education in Vidarbha

With Nagpur getting Indian Institute of management (IIM), there is excitement among the students of the region who seek to make a career in management. Rajeev Roy, Professor, IIM-Raipur, with experience of eight years in teaching entrepreneurship, believes that the Premier institution creates awareness about the Department of education in the region.

When IIM starts working in the city, local school children learn about the CAT from an early age. As a result, a greater number of students will attempt the exam and even clear them, said by Roy, who wrote a book on entrepreneurship, which was published by Oxford University press and was received by more than 300 colleges and universities.

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Great Britain, France varsities to visit the PEC to discover joint research fields

Great Britain, France varsities to visit the PEC to discover joint research fields

After Panjab University, Foreign Universities that have expressed interest in cooperation with institutions that fall under the Chandigarh innovation and knowledge clusters (CRIKC) now explore research areas that can be jointly worked at PEC University of technology, sector 12.

Representatives of universities in Nottingham, Birmingham and Burgundy visited PEC on Thursday and discussed issues of mutual interest. Faculty from different departments of PU and PEC participated in discussions with representatives from the University of Birmingham and discussed their research in the field of environmental engineering.

Further, the delegation of three professors from the University of Burgundy, France visited PEC on the same day, to interact with faculty from the department of computer science, cyber security research and electronics and communication Department of the PEC.

The delegates discussed the overlapping areas of research between the two universities and have expressed interest in sending their students PECs for internships in the field of cyber security and research.

Govt moot KG to PG Institutions

Govt moot KG to PG institutions

The Government could roll out an ambitious program to create a “kindergarten to post-graduate institutions” in teaching in educationally backward regions of the country. The proposal is under consideration before the Ministry.

Although the concept is not new to the education sector and such institutions exist in some States, the Department aims to make the most out of it, offering education for many poor people who are forced to migrate to distant places and big cities to pursue higher education, they said.

A student enrolling in kindergarten in such institutions has admission preferences, as they move from school to higher education under one roof. Jamia Milia Islamia, Viswa Bharati and Banasthali Universities are some of such institutions. In Chhattisgarh, the government has also announced plans for the creation of such institutions for the promotion of tribal education in the state.

No textbooks in Braille for blind College students in Odisha

No textbooks in Braille

The lack of textbooks in Braille made blind College students in Odisha to depend on audio tapes or read assistants. “We are facing great obscurity in preparing for the exams because of the lack of Braille books. Quite often we can’t find that reading helpers to dictate to us,” said Krushna Chandra Moharana, second year student of Khallikote Autonomous College.

The problem plaguing all blind 200 students enrolled in various colleges of the state, Bijay Kumar Rath of Odisha society of the blind said. The state has only one Braille click here. Printing Braille books for College students is difficult because as syllabi are different for universities, Manager of Louise Braille press Prakash Narayan Rath said.

Colleges persuade students with incorporated courses

Colleges persuade students with incorporated courses

Chennai-based B-school, Great Lakes Institute of management, is setting up the University which will offer a comprehensive program in engineering and management.

Spread over 30 acres the Great Lakes University in Sri City has planned to start its academic year in 2017. Its first batch will have 180 students and 40 faculty members.

The total project cost is about Rs 100 crore. “More than 50% of it will be financed by domestic savings. The land will be available to us on a subsidized basis as stated by Balachandran.

Comprehensive education is the key to social justice: “super 30′ founder Anand Kumar

Anand Kumar Urged for smart school

Mathematician Anand Kumar, who founded an innovative coaching program ‘super 30‘, said that inclusive education is the only way forward to ensure social justice and asked the youth to dedicate themselves to community service in the right earnest. This is important for the youth of the nation to take on social services as a mission to make a real change in society-he said.

He shared his experience of their successful initiative, under which 30 meritorious children from economically backward sections of society selected and academically prepared to join the prestigious IITs.

The experience of acute poverty in his student days, which prevented him to go to Cambridge University for higher education, Kumar made his mission to help the people from underprivileged sections via super 30 to help them realize their dreams.

Launched in 2002, 308 students of super 30 have made it out of the IITs 360 who was enrolled in the Patna-based institutions. At Super 30, food and accommodation are provided free of charge to students, besides 24*7 mentoring. Kumar’s whole family participates in the program, running under the slogan “Ramanujan school of Mathematics“.

100 Kaushal centres from coming academic year: UGC

100 Kaushal centres from coming academic year: UGC

The proposed knowledge acquisition and improvement of skilled human abilities and livelihoods (kaushal) centers will be set up from the upcoming academic year, senior University grants Commission (UGC), official said today.

As part of its efforts to meet the growing demand for skilled hands, UGC decided to set up kaushal 100 centers across the country in state institutions and universities, UGC Vice-Chairman, H Devaraj said.According to the scheme selected institutions will be given assistance of RS 5 crore for developing qualified courses for diploma, advanced diploma, bachelor of vocation, the wizard in the calling thread and also PhD, he said, adding that the last date for applying is February 25.

UGC-approved community colleges or institutions conducting Bachelor courses in vocational training courses were also eligible for assistance, while private institutions can begin the course without any UGC assistance.

In a little while, Samyukta Maharashtra movement in SSC textbooks

In a little while, Samyukta Maharashtra movement in SSC textbooks

School education Minister Vinod Tawde announced that the Samyukta Maharashtra movement will be included in the state Council’s history textbook for class X. Speaking at a function in Dadar, he said that he would speak to officials from other Central boards-CBSE and ICSE to include the movement in their curriculum also. Uddhav Thackeray, who was also present at the event, demanded that Marathwada Mukti Sangram should also be included in the curriculum.

The principal said that it is a good idea to include Maharashtra history in the SSC curriculum. “But it is not possible to include in the textbooks for the Central Board. New additions in the textbooks must be relevant to the students too. But the government can make it mandatory to read without including it in the curriculum.”

The Samyukta Maharashtra Samiti began the movement in 1956 for the creation of a separate Marathi-speaking state.On May 1, 1960, the state of Bombay was divided into Maharashtra and Gujarat.

There is no bar on DU law alumni to take admission as advocates: BCI

There is no bar on DU law alumni to take admission as advocates: BCI

Trainee lawyers who came from Delhi University’s law faculty in 2013-14 can breathe easy. In spite of the derecognition of their course, the bar Council of India recommended that students should be enrolled as lawyers. The Commissioner Recently assured that the students will not suffer as he has already visited three centers of the law faculty and has taken a decision.

In the meantime, DU notified a bench of chief judge g Rohini and justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw that the centres were issued show cause notices on some gaps found by BCI inspection team. The team of seven members of BCI visited three centers when varsity applied for inspection for continual affiliation to the apex lawyers’ body.

DU gave the answer when considering the PIL filed by by Vijay Kumar Chaurasia and two others who were seeking for the cancellation of the notice of prohibition for fresh law graduates DU from being registered as lawyers

A BCI letter which was issued on 23 September 2014, bar Council of Delhi (BCD) other state bar councils and the DU Vice-Chancellor, took decision that in the absence of extension of approval of affiliation of legal centers, the students admitted in the session 2011-12 and emerged from the 2013-14 academic year are not eligible for enrollment.

PM Modi concentrates on students, the Board examinations in ‘Mann Ki Baat’

PM Modi concentrates on students, the Board examinations in 'Mann Ki Baat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the topic for “Mann Ki Baat” for the month of February will be focused on students who are preparing to Board and other competitive exams.

The Prime Minister wrote on Twitter-He was thinking about this month’s program on the radio and thought why not share ‘Mann Ki Baat” with students who are preparing for the Board and entrance exams. He also encouraged students and teachers to share their experiences, which can motivate and inspire those preparing for exams.

This will be the fifth episode, which began in October last year, and discussed topics like “Swacch Bharat Abhiyan‘, rising cases of drug abuse in India and black money.

BCom results after 24-day delay

BCom result out after 24 day delay

The results of third-year BCom semester V were declared on Thursday, after a delay of 24 days. Exams got over on November 28 last year, and the results were to be declared within 45 days. From 64,010 students who appeared for the exams, 65.28% cleared them, at size, similar examinations 2013.

Candidates, just over 5% received the highest score, the acting, the largest specific weight in the party, about 20%, received the rank. Some results were withheld as colleges do not submit internal assessment marks to the University on time, said examination controller Dinesh Bhonde.

Dean of the faculty of Commerce Madhu Nair has led elections as one of the main reasons for the delay in announcing the results. Also assessment and moderation should be done, along with lectures.

Stephen to teach students to become a good citizen

Stephen's to help being good citizen

St Stephen’s College intends to help Delhiites to become better citizens. He begins the course “citizens of Delhi in March. No stratospheric cut-off marks to match for admission and no interviews. Every person over the age of 18 years, graduated from high school, has the right to apply. The first 200 applicants will be selected for the first batch.

One of the reasons for the establishment of a minimum age of 18 years, then you will get the right to vote. This course will satisfy the minimum level of growth, not the highest level, but all around growth. It will include elements of history, Economics, law, sociology, management, political science, cultural studies, current Affairs, science and philosophy.

Fee is Rs 1,000 to be paid at the time of registration, last date of registrationFebruary 20, 2015. To apply, you can write to admissions@ststephens.edu. The list of selected candidates will be published on the website on February 22, and the course will start on March 7.

NCERT to Issue a Series on Martyrs

Concerned that existing textbooks do not celebrate heroes, the NCERT decided to publish a series called ‘Veergatha’. The relevant decision was adopted at the 52nd session of the General meeting of the NCERT on Tuesday.

At the meeting, chaired by HRD Minister Smriti Irani, was attended by state Ministers of education in addition to eminent academicians.

Irani said the NCERT should compile a book in consultation with the Ministry of defence about the individuals who gave their lives for the cause of the people.

Special attention will be paid to women for success and freedom fighters in the book. Irani also urged members and all interested parties to give their suggestions on a new policy in the field of education and asked the NCERT extensive consultations and discussions on the NEP and training programs with States on street level. This exercise will be completed by August and the report will be submitted by September 2015.

Gujarat to track children’s education record by making use of the unique identification code

Dropout of children from school, absence, running public schools and teachers received a mallet impact on primary education in various States, including Gujarat, which has a remarkable track record. But, everything seems to be changing in Gujarat.

Conceived in December 2012, the government in June 2014 academic year to introduce the education of children tracking system digitized by assigning a unique identification code, the number of all 87 lakh students between standard 1 and standard 8.

According to Mukesh Kumar, national project coordinator of the centre of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), every child will have an 18-digit UID number for tracking their academic career.

This will allow you not only to track the reasons for his retirement from the school, absenteeism and productivity, but it will also be associated with subsequent educational programs for teachers,” Mukesh Kumar said.

Officials said that the usual DISE captures only digits reception, but it was called Aadhar-enabled system, since the latter contains full details of each resident’s demographic and biometric data, which they can use to identify themselves anywhere in India and access the many benefits and services.

Among the main objectives of the project is the consideration of issues such as fake students fudged dropout and retention numbers, and to ensure universal primary education, Mukesh Kumar said.The whole project was specifically designed Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and monitoring information system of Gujarat.

The program is made to help one lakh children to resume their education: Smriti Irani

Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani said rotary club India collaborates with her in the Ministry to help one lakh children who ceased to attend school due to various reasons, to continue their education.

The HRD Ministry will take the lead to ensure that one lakh children who drop out of school for a variety of reasons, can resume their education,” Irani told reporters.

She also said that Mansi Mahumkar, blind mallakhamb players from Maharashtra, as a brand Ambassador HRD Ministry ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan‘.

Irani participated in the program organized by Yes Bank in partnership with Rotary to run, “YES! i am the CHANGE- Responsible Youth Citizen” national movement with the aim of involving young people in India’s social transformation.

One crore young people across the country are authorized to work in the direction of women’s security, clean India campaign and using media to accelerate inclusive development. The Force of one lakh youth ambassadors will be urbanized to vigorously promote the movement of pan-India.

HRD Ministry laying special emphasis on the modernization of madrasa: Irani

HRD Minister

HRD Minister Smriti Irani said today that the government pays remarkable notice to the transformation and increase of madrassas in the country. In the HRD Ministry has taken all necessary steps towards the modernization and strengthening of the madrasah, Irani said at a function in the Jamia Milia Islamia University.

Irani was speaking in the national conference on “education and the inclusion of Indian Muslims”. The newly appointed Chancellor of Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) Zafar Sareshwala also attended the Symposium, which was chaired by Jamia Vice-Chancellor Talat Ahmad.

Irani also drew attention to the significance of career development in education. No education is complete without building character and strong sense of service to the underprivileged and the homeland, “she said.

Vice Chancellors of Central Universities will participate in Conference at Rashtrapati Bhavan on February 4 & 5, 2015

The President of India Sri Pranab Mukherjee will host a conference of Vice Chancellors of Central universities, for which he is a visitor at the Rashtrapati Bhavan on February 4 and 5, 2015. This is the third such conference shall be convened by the President Mukherjee. The first meeting was held on 5 February 2013 and the second on 6 and 7 February, 2014.

The President also convenes regular conferences of Directors of NITs, IITs, IISERs and IISC. The agenda of this year, the Vice-Chancellors conference includes action on previous recommendations; the steps to create an ECO-system for research and innovation with the participation of industry and research institutions; capacity building of teachers, alumni participation, the use of technology; greater interaction with the community; creating national and international networks, the adoption of the choice based credit system and so on

Union Minister of human resource development; government Ministers on human resource development; Chairman, University Grants Commission and Vice-chancellors 39 Central universities will participate in the conference.

German, French languages in BEd soon

Bangalore University is going to add German and Franch in BEd

Bangalore University is now ready for the introduction of the optional specialization in Germany and France in BEd courses from the 2015-16 academic year. This will help address the shortage of teachers of foreign languages in schools, especially in Germany KVs.

The University will place the proposed curriculum to the Board of studies, first, to follow the official presentation before the Academic Council for approval. Candidates should have exposure to language at UG level. The University seeks inputs from institutions like Max Mueller Bhavan and the Goethe-Institute to develop a training program.

West Bengal education in problem

West Bengal Education System in Trouble

Frequent campus violence, bulk copy, irregularities in the admission procedures, frequent student protests over trivial issues plaguing West Bengal educational institutions, which at one time produced some of the most well-known people, both leaders and scientists in India.

One of the prestigious state institutions, jadavpur University, remained the epicenter of a large-scale student campaign that resulted in an unprecedented step because the Vice-Chancellor asked the step-down by chief Minister Mamata Banerjee when she made an unannounced visit to the University.

The student movement, which had a wide character with many jadavpur University alumni around the world, expressing solidarity has its roots in the demand by students for independent probe into the alleged rape of a female student.

Subsequent “violent” police crackdown on the agitation of students gradually turned, resulting in the Vice-Chancellor of Abhijit Chakrabrti stepping down in the face of what he called “undemocratic” and “unconstitutional” stir triggered “politically affiliated students.

Sarcastically, Chakrabarti predecessor Souvik Bhattacharya put in his papers, citing personal reasons almost a month after he was locked up for more than 50 hours students, demanding the reinstatement of two students suspended on charges of crushing.

However, in the academic circles of the University of claim, an outstanding educator and publicist resigned due to the lack of cooperation in the section of teachers close to the ruling Trinamool Congress, which the accused as her previous Marxist predecessors, because of the politicization of the education system in the state.

As teachers and former Vice-chancellors accused of political interference, particularly of the ruling Trinamool, “anarchy”, they also claimed that students tended to agitate for “all and all”.