Atul Maheshwari Scholarship result 2019 declared: 36 Winners List

Atul Maheshwari Scholarship result 2019 has been declared. The Amar Ujala foundation, which conducts this prestigious scholarship examination has officially uploaded the Atul Maheshwari Scholarship exam result 2019. The students who appeared for the scholarship exam may now check if they have been selected. The link is given below.

Report: The scholarship exam was conducted in two phases. The first phase exam was conducted on 13th October and 20th October, 2019. As per reports from Amar Ujala itself, more than 30 thousand aspirants took the first phase exam and nearly 20 thousand took the second phase exam on 20th October. For the phase 1 exam on 13th Oct., the foundation had set up 38 exam venues in 34 cities and for the phase 2 exam, 21 exam centers were set up in 189 cities across the country.

Atul Maheshwari Scholarship exam result 2019 Check

Amar Ujala Foundation published the scholarship result on its website earlier today. In 2018, the foundation had conducted the exam in late October and released the results on 8th January, 2019.

The 2019 result date was not notified in advance but the announcement has been made via newspaper and website today.

Candidates may check the Atul Maheshwari Scholarship result 2019 on official Amar Ujala website here.. We will update the same here too.

Students selected for 9th-10th Class Scholarship

  1. आलोक कुमार       (रोल नंबर 4710415, आगरा)
  2. मनीष कुमार           (रोल नंबर 3910338, अलीगढ़)
  3. अव्यक्त प्रकाश         (रोल नंबर 9911473, इलाहाबाद)
  4. अचल कुमार           (रोल नंबर 2210104, लखीमपुरखीरी)
  5. मोहित वर्मा             (रोल नंबर 1710094, पंचकूला)
  6. सौरभ कुमार           (रोल नंबर 3710042, पौड़ी गढ़वाल)
  7. चेतन भाटी            (रोल नंबर 4510073, गुरुग्राम)
  8. नित्य प्रकाश        (रोल नंबर 4010552, संतकबीर नगर)
  9. दीपांशु पंत            (रोल नंबर 4610267, नैनीताल)
  10. अरुणजीत सिंह        (रोल नंबर 2610004, जम्मू)
  11. आदित्य तिवारी         (रोल नंबर 5010021, झांसी)
  12. अर्पित कुशवाहा          (रोल नंबर 9110860, कानपुर)
  13. रविंद्र कुमार             (रोल नंबर 2310747, हरदोई)
  14. आयुष राणा          (रोल नंबर 9710471, मुजफ्फरनगर)
  15. युगांश कुमार           (रोल नंबर 3410358, अमरोहा)
  16. निखिल                (रोल नंबर 1110154, नरवाना)
  17. मनीष कुमार           (रोल नंबर 5410086, मंडी)
  18. सिंटू कुमार यादव    (रोल नंबर 2810370, बलिया

Students selected for 11th-12th Class Scholarship 2019 Below

  1. राहुल कुमार        (रोल नंबर 4910621, फिरोजाबाद)
  2. शुभ यदुवंशी             (रोल नंबर 3921193, अलीगढ़)
  3. अमित कुमार          (रोल नंबर 9923024, संत रविदास नगर)
  4. आयुष वर्मा            (रोल नंबर 2211057, लखीमपुरखीरी)
  5. परनीत कौर        (रोल नंबर 1710192, पंचकूला)
  6. ऋषभ मिश्रा            (रोल नंबर 3510509, देहरादून)
  7. विशाल गोस्वामी         (रोल नंबर 4410407, बुलंदशहर)
  8. सौरभ तिवारी          (रोल नंबर 4011644, सिद्धार्थ नगर)
  9. यशवर्धन जोशी      (रोल नंबर 5210214, अल्मोड़ा)
  10. मनी देवी               (रोल नंबर 2610093, कठुआ)
  11. मोहित पाल         (रोल नंबर 5011907, झांसी)
  12. अंकित             (रोल नंबर 9124187, कानपुर)
  13. मोनू मधेशिया           (रोल नंबर 5110696,  श्रावस्ती)
  14. अभिषेक त्यागी         (रोल नंबर 9511145, मेरठ)
  15. अनस हसन         (रोल नंबर 3211103, मुरादाबाद)
  16. करन वर्मा              (रोल नंबर 1810378, शिमला)
  17. शिवशंकर मौर्या      (रोल नंबर 2823034, बलिया)
  18. तेजेंद्र             (रोल नंबर 1110535, नरवाना)

Scholarship Details:

The students taking the scholarship exam have to go through a rigorous selection process. After meeting the eligibility criteria, they are allowed to take the test.

  • A total of 36 students are selected for the scholarship, 18 of whom are from 9th and 10th, and 18 are from 11th and 12th class.
  • The scholarship grant for 9th & 10th class students is Rs 30,000/- and for 11th & 12th class, the grant is Rs 50,000/-.

The 2018 Atul Maheshwari Scholarship was disbursed to 36 meritorious students from economically weak background. 2 blind students were also granted the scholarship last year.

The winners also get the opportunity to meet the Senior Amar Ujala staff and see the inner workings of the paper.

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SSC CHSL 2020 notification: pay scale, exam pattern, qualification

SSC CHSL 2020 notification: pay scale, online application, exam pattern

SSC CHSL 2020 notification has been released at ssc.nic.in. Read about online application process, exam pattern, pay scale and qualification here.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) released the notification for Combined Higher Secondary Level (CHSL) examination on December 3rd and with that, the link to apply for the same has been activated. The interested and eligible candidates may now visit the SSC website and register for SSC CHSL 2020.

The SSC conducts this CHSL examination on behalf of the Government of India for recruitment to the posts of Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/Junior Secretariat Assistant, Postal Assistant/Sorting Assistant and Data Entry Operators (DEO) for various Ministries, Departments and Offices. 

Here are the highlights from the official notification with important details easily laid out for you to read. 

SSC CHSL 2020 Important Dates

EventDate
Online application submission starting dateDec 3rd, 2019
Last date to apply online with receiptJanuary 10th, 2020
Last date for online fee paymentJanuary 12th, 2020
Last date for offline Challan generationJanuary 12th, 2020
Last date for payment through Challan (during working hours of the Bank)January 14th, 2020
Tier 1 Computer Based Exam Date16th March to 27th March, 2020
Tier 2 Descriptive Exam Date28th June, 2020
Tier 1 Admit card Release DateFebruary 2020 (expected)
Tier 1 Result dateN/A
Tier 2 Result DateN/A

Pay Scale

There are different pay scale for different posts. Here they are:

  • Lower Division Clerk (LDC)/ Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA): Pay Scale 2 ( Rs 19,900 – Rs. 63,200)
  • Postal Assistant (PA)/Sorting Assistant (SA): Pay Scale 4 (Rs 25,500 to Rs. 81,100)
  • Data Entry Operator (DEO): Pay Scale 4 (Rs 25,500 to Rs. 81,100)
  • Data Entry Operator, Grade A: Pay Scale 4 (Rs 25,500 to Rs 81,100)

The number of vacancies have not yet been decided.

Qualification Necessary to apply for SSC CHSL 2020

  • A candidate must be a citizen of India OR Bhutan, Nepal, a Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962, OR, a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, East African Countries of Kenya, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India. 
  • Age Limit for the posts is 18-27 years as on 1st January, 2020 i.e., the candidates born not before 2nd January, 1993 and not born after 1st January, 2002. 
  • The relaxation in age has been given to candidates from reserved and special categories. The age relaxation for SC/ST candidate is 5 years, 3 years for OBC, 10 years for PwD (Unreserved), 13 years for PwD (OBC), 15 years for PwD (SC/ST). For full details on relaxation to special categories such as for Ex-Servicemen etc, Kindly refer to the official notification.
  • The candidate must have a 12th passing degree from any recognized board or equivalent.

Tier 1 Exam pattern

  • The tier 1 exam will be a Computer Based Test (CBT). 
  • A total of 100 questions will be asked in the exam where each question will carry 2 marks. The paper in total will therefore carry a total of 200 marks for 100 questions. 
  • There are four sections for Tier 1 exam- English Language, general Intelligence, Quantitative Aptitude and General Awareness, each carrying 25 questions.
  • There will be negative marking in Tier 1 exam which states that 0.5 mark(s) will be deducted upon each incorrectly marked answer. 

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UPTET admit card 2019 download for 22nd Dec exam

UPTET admit card 2019

UPTET admit card 2019 has been released on December 12th and the official website Upbasiceduboard.gov.in is facilitating the downloading of admit cards for the registered candidates. The pen and paper based TET is scheduled to be held on December 22nd, 2019.

The Examination Regulatory Authority, Uttar Pradesh conducts this state level Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) to ensure the eligibility of individuals aspiring to become teacher in government schools of the state. It is compulsory to qualify this TET in order to be eligible for applying to various recruitment drives for teacher jobs of state government.

UPTET Admit Card 2019 download

In the official notification, its said that UPTET admit card 2019 will be issued to the registered candidates whose applications have been accepted, from December 12th, 2019. Candidates should should look out on the said date on the official website (upbasiceduboard.gov.in) for notice to follow the procedure to download their admit card after logging in with their credentials such as application number, date of birth and name etc.

Exam pattern

Both paper 1 and paper 2 consist of 150 objective type questions and 150 marks, meaning each question will be of 1 mark. There is no negative marking in TET paper.

In paper 1, questions will be asked from five sections namely- Maths, Language 1, Language 2, Child Development and Pedagogy, and Environmental Studies. Each section will consist of 30 questions (30 marks).

In paper 2, there will be four sections- Child Development and Pedagogy, Language 1, Language 2, and Science and Mathematics/Social Sciences. Science and Mathematics OR Social Science section will consist of 60 questions whereas other 3 sections will consist of 30 questions each.

Qualifying marks

Candidates will General category are required to obtain at least 60% (93 marks) in the exam to be termed as qualify. The qualifying marks for other categories (OBC/PH/FF/SC/ST/Dependent/Ex-man) 55% (83 marks).

Note:

It is compulsory for the candidates to take your admit card with you at the time of exam. No individual will be granted entry to the venue without admit card. The details regarding the exam venue, timing and guidelines are imprinted on the admit card itself which should be read carefully.

SEBA HSLC exam routine 2020 released: download PDF

Sebaonline.org has released SEBA HSLC routine 2020 for the Assam board students. The HSLC exam routine 2020 will be conducted between February 10th to February 29th, 2020.

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) officially released the HSLC exam routine 2020 on December 3rd, 2019. With this news, the HSLC aspirants across the state can take a sigh of relief and now finally ready their preparation strategy as the board exams are now just roughly 2 months away. 

The official figures are not yet disclosed but around 3.5 lakh students are expected to sit for Assam board’s HSLC 2020 exams. A total of 3.42 lakh students took the year-end HSLC board exams that were held in Feb-March 2019, recording an overall 60.23% pass percentage. 

Down below, we have provided the complete Assam HSLC routine 2020 with the official PDF as well. 

SEBA HSLC routine 2020

 As per the official notification released at sebaonline.org, the HSLC 2020 exams will commence from 10th February, 2020 and will conclude 29th February, 2020. While the board has facilitated exams in two shifts, most of the exams will be held in morning shift itself. The morning shift timing is 9 am to 12 noon and the afternoon shift timing is 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. 

Few important points to note as you read the Assam HSLC exam routine 2018 PDF table.

  • Students will be given 5 extra minutes (8:55 am to 9am, 1:25pm to 1:30pm) before the commencement of each paper to read the question paper only. 
  • Modern Indian Languages (MIL) are: Assamese, Bengali, Hindi, Bodo, Manipuri, Nepali, Khasi, Garo, Mizo, Hmar & Urdu. There will be a separate question paper for the subjects- Assamese, Bengali, Hindi & Urdu MIL for high Madrassa students having 50 marks and time duration of 2 hours. 
  • Elective languages exams will have 3 hours time and Lieu languages exam time will be 2 hours. There will be a common question paper with groups A and B for each language viz,- Assamese (E), Hindi (E), Bengali (E), Bodo (E), Manipuri (E), and Santhali (E) irrespective of Elective or Lieu language. 
  • Students of Elective subject will have to take both Groups A & B while in Lieu languages, the students will have to appear for Group A only which will be treated as Assamese (IL), Bengali (IL), Hindi (IL), Bodo (IL), Manipuri (IL), and Santhali (EL) respectively. 
DateMorning shift
(9 am to 12 noon)
Afternoon shift
(1:30 pm to 4:30 pm)
10th Feb, 2020EnglishX
11th Feb, 2020*Music (E)
*Dance (E)
*Garment Eng. (E)
*Fine Arts (E)
12th Feb, 2020Manipuri (E)
Bodo (E)
Santhali (E)
Bengali (E)
X
13th Feb, 2020Advanced Mathematics (E)
Sanskrit (E)
Geography (E)
History (E)
Home Science (E)
Nepali (E)
Computer Science (E)
Arabic (E)
Persian (E)
X
14th Feb , 2020Hindi (E)
Arabic Literature
X
15th Feb, 2020Assamese (E)X
17th Feb, 2020Social ScienceX
20th Feb, 2020*Fiqh & Aquaid
*Weaving & Textile Design (E)
X
22nd Feb, 2020General ScienceX
225th Feb, 2020General mathematicsX
28th Feb, 2020MIL/*Eng(IL)X
29th Feb, 2020X*Wood craft (E)
*Retail (Trade NSQF (E)
*IT/ITeS NSQF (E)
*Private Security NSQF (E)
*Health care NSQF (E)
*Agriculture & Horticulture NSQF (E)
*Tourism & Hospitality NSQF (E)

NOTE: * means that time allowed for the exam is 2 hours in both shifts, meaning, morning shift timing will be 9 am to 11 am, and the afternoon shift timing will be 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm.

SEBA HSLC Practical exams routine 2020

SEBA’s official notification states that HSLC/AHM practical exams will be conducted on 21st January & 22nd January, 2020. Check the table below for know the schedule.

Practical DateMorning shift (9 am to 12 noon)
*Starred subjects will have 2 hours time (9am to 11am).
21st Jan, 2020*Computer Science (E), Fine Arts (E),Garment Designing (E), Music (E)
22nd Jan, 2020Wood craft (E), *Weaving & textile design (E), Retail Trade NSQF (E), Dance (E), IT/ITeS NSQF (E), Private Security NSQF (E), Health care NSQF (E), Agriculture & Horticulture NSQF (E), Tourism & Hospitality NSQF (E), *Home Science (E)

Fee important points related to practical exams:

  • The practical exams in the subjects- Fine Arts (E), Computer Science (E), Retail Trade NSQF (E), IT/ITeS NSQF (E), Private Security NSQF (E), Health care NSQF (E), Agriculture & Horticulture NSQF (E), and Tourism & Hospitality NSQF (E) will be conducted in the exam centre from where the students appear in theory subject for the same.
  • The practical exams in the subjects – Dance (E), Music (E), Home Science (E), Wood craft (E), Weaving & Textile Design (E), and garment designing (E) will be conducted in practical exam centers which will be notified by the board. Inquire your school and check the board’s website to know more about the same from time to time.
  • For Computer Science (E) and IT/ITeS NSQF (E), the officer in-charge of the exam center will have the authority to use any of its Feeder Schools as practical venue, if required.

The above cited information has been curated from SEBA’s official notification dated 3rd December, 2019 for HSLC/AHM exam routine.

SEBA HSLC exam routine 2020 PDF on sebaonline.org- check here.

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KVPY result 2019 next week: see the expected cut off

KVPY result 2019 for the exam that was conducted on November 3rd, 2019 is expected to be declared within next few days. While IISc has not disclosed the official KVPY 2019 result declaration date, the recent trends indicate that the result is usually released by the first or second week of December month. 

IISc had already released the question paper and answer keys on November 7th for the students who appeared for the said scholarship test. 

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore conducts Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) each year to offer scholarship to the meritorious students aspiring to pursue career in basic Science courses such as B.Sc., B.Stat, integrated M.Sc., and M.S. in either Maths, Chemistry, Physics or Biology. Its a national level scholarship test which class 11th, 12th and under graduation Science students can take to qualify for the KVPY fellowship under three streams- SA, SX and SB, respectively. 

KVPY result 2019: KVPY expected cut off marks
A screenshot from the official website showing the fellowship grant for various streams.

The examination was for all candidates was conducted on the same day; 3rd November, 2019. The notification related to KVPY 2019-20 was released on July 8th and the applications were filled between July 8th to August 31, 2019. 

KVPY 2019 Expected Cut Off 

Below given table will give you candidates a fair idea where the cut off for KVPY November 2019 exam may lie. The cut off (marks) given below is for 2018’ exam and is also what we expect to be this year considering the recent years’ data. 

By tallying your answers with the correct ones given in the official answer keys, candidates might’ve already got a good idea about how they have performed in KVPY 2019. And by looking at the KVPY expected cut off 2019 below, candidates may know of their chances to crack the aptitude test and proceed to the next round. 

Categories Stream SA Stream SB Stream SX
General 54 52 49
SC 40 40 35
ST 40 40 35
PwD 40 40 35

The analysis suggest that qualifying marks for KVPY 2019-20 can be expected to be 45 for General category and OBC, and 32 for SC/ST candidates.

That being said, the official cut off will be released by the IISc Bangalore itself and will be made public along with the result. 

KVPY result 2019 and merit list 

KVPY 2019 exam duration was 3 hours and consisted of a total 100 marks. 

IISC prepares the merit list based on the cut off marks for the examination and then publishes the result in the form of a PDF containing names and roll numbers of candidates who qualify for the next round. The next round will be interviews. 

The candidates who are shortlisted when the KVPY 2019 result of the exam held on November 3rd arrives, will be called for the interview session scheduled for the January month. 

The final result will be announced in April 2020 after the interviews are over and the finally shortlisted candidates will be granted the scholarship. 

The candidates may keep a tab on the official website (www.iisc.ernet.in) to check their results. We will also update this article once the result date is final.

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NEET 2020 application form guide & imp dates via ntaneet.nic.in

Earlier today, NTA notified that NEET 2020 application form can be filled between 2nd Dec, 2019 to 1st Jan, 2020 via the official website www.nta.ac.in or www.ntaneet.nic.in. 

NEET 2020 exam date is 3rd May, 2020. 
The exam duration is 180 minutes ( 3 hours). 
Exam timing is: 2 PM to 5 PM. 

Medical aspirants in the country can now pull up their sleeves and draw a final prep plan as NEET 2020 dates have been finalized. The National Testing Agency (NTA) just dropped the official notification today for National Eligibility cum Entrance test (NEET) 2020. NTA uploaded the detailed information bulletin on it’s website www.ntaneet.nic.in. 

According to NTA, the NEET 2020 (UG) application form submission process has started now through its official website. The official notification was issued earlier today (December 2nd, 2019) and the applications could be submitted from the same day 4 PM onward. 

NEET 2020 important dates

  • Application form submission date- 2nd Dec, 2019 to 1st Jan, 2020
  • Last date of successful fee payment- 1st Jan, 2020 (up to 11:50 PM)
  • Online application form correction date- 15th Jan, 2020 to 31st Jan, 2020
  • Admit card release date- 27th March, 2020
  • Exam Date- 3rd May, 2020. 
  • Answer keys and OMR sheet release date- unscheduled
  • Result declaration date- 4th June, 2020

NEET 2020 Fees:

The candidates should consider their category/caste before making the payment. Below is the fee payable by the candidates according to their category. 

General- Rs 1500/-
General- EWS/OBC-NCL- Rs 1400/-
SC/ST/PwD/Transgender- Rs 800/- 

In addition to the fees mentioned above, candidates will also have to pay the GST as applicable on the application fees. 

NEET 2020 application form guide:

Before going ahead and start filling up the application form, the  NEET UG candidates first should read the information brochure carefully to understand the complete process and avoid unnecessary mistakes. 

The application form can only be submitted through online mode and each candidate may only apply once. Make sure to provide e-mail address and phone number which will remain active for the next few months until the examination process is completely over. 

Once the above written information is understood, candidates may visit www.ntaneet.nic.in and register to apply for the exam. 

Candidates will be required to uploaded the following documents or scanned images. 

  • Candidates would be required to upload scanned images of their latest Passport size photograph. The photo’s file size should be within 10kb to 200kb. The post card size photograph should be 4”x6” ( 10x15cm) in dimension. 
  • The scanned image of left hand thumb impression is also to be uploaded (10kb-50kb in size) and in JPG/JPEG format. In case the left hand thumb is unavailable, right hand thumb impression may be used, as per the official notification. 
  • The candidates will also need to upload their class 10th passing certificate (file size: 100kb to 400kb) in JPG/JPEG format.

Fee payment:

After the application filling is complete, candidates will have to pay the fees as mentioned above and in the official notification as per their category.

The fees can be paid using payment gateway facilitated by SBI, ICICI, HDFC, Syndicate bank , and PayTM and through NET banking, credit card, debit card and UPI. 

Ensure to keep fee payment receipt for future reference. 

We will post NEET 2020 exam pattern and syllabus related details in easy to understand manner in upcoming updates. Stay tuned here

UP DELED result: BTC 2nd Sem 2018 exam result declared

October 22, Update: UP D.El.Ed for BTC 2nd semester exams 2018 has been declared now at www.btcexam.in (exam year 2019).

UP DELED result 2019, UP BTC result was declared on Monday evening as expected. The long awaited result of UP D.EL.ED 2nd Semester 2018 exams had stirred a controversy among the students as the result remained unannounced for over a year. But the good news finally arrived for the students yesterday.

BTC result official website: www.btcexam.in

As the concerned candidates may know, UP Exam Regulatory Authority last week announced the schedule of UPTET 2019. The announcement conveyed that applications for UPTET 2019 will be filled from Nov 1 to Nov 22, 2019.

And since UP DELED 2nd sem result 2018 are not published yet, the candidates’ plea was that they will not be able to apply for the UPTET 2019. Therefore, the students who wrote DELED 2nd semester exams in 2018 protested at Uttar Pradesh Exam Regulatory Authority’s office in Prayagraj and requested the publication of their results before October 31.

UP DELED result, UP BTC 2nd sem result 2018
The above screenshot from a state newspaper has been taken into reference for this article.

The students who protested said that due to the delay in their results, they are even missing out on the scholarship opportunity which is also closing soon. It was August 2018 when BTC 2nd semester exams were conducted.

It’s not only the second semester BTC students who are marred by delay in D.El.Ed results, the unannounced results fetch as far back as of 2014 back papers.

Since this matter has garnered media’s attention and students’ protests too have gained momentum, it’s quite likely that the results will now be out before October 31.

There were some unofficial reports that BTC 2nd semester 2018 exam results may be out on Monday but that did not happen as the official websites (http://btcexam.in and http://www.examregulatoryauthorityup.in) both are missing the said information.

We will update here as soon as there is any useful breaking news about the BTC result.

VMOU Released RSCIT Answer Key 20 Oct 2019

Update Oct 21, 2019: VMOU RSCIT answer key of 20 October 2019 exam is out. Candidates who wrote the RSCIT 20th Oct exam may check the answer key in the screenshot given below. The link to access the answer keys at official website is also present below.

As per latest report, RSCIT answer key for 20th Oct 2019 exam is officially released within 2 days as per VMOU’s usual routine. RSCIT 20th October exam consisted of 100 marks out of which maximum 70 marks are for theory and 30 are for practical.

Of the total 100, a candidate needs to qualify only 40 marks as aggregate (28 in theory and 12 in practical).

As to the RSCIT answer key of 20th Oct 2019 exam, VMOU uploaded the official answer key at it’s official portal i.e., www.vmou.ac.in.

Candidates may then tally the answers they marked in the exam to the ones correctly mentioned in the official answer sheet. The examination was conducted in online mode.

VMOU answer key, RSCIT answer key 20 oct 2019

Link to Official page

Rajasthan State Certificate Course in Information Technology (RSCIT) is an cost-efficient and high quality course launched by the State government to provide literacy about IT to the students. Vardhman Mahaveer Open University (VMOU), Kota has been bestowed the responsibility to carry out the proceedings regarding the conduct of examination and declaration of results. The course has also been approved by Department of Information technology & Communications, Government of Rajasthan. The course has a duration of 11 weeks.

The result of the said RSCIT 2019 exam is expected to be out within a month. We’ll update once we have more.

KSEEB temporary SSLC time table 2020 released

SSLC time table 2020: Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) yesterday released the tentative timetable for it’s Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations 2020. The upcoming SSLC exams are proposed to be conducted in march/April 2020.

The official notification unveiled by the board dictates the exam dates for SSLC exams between March 20, 2020 to April 03, 2020. The time table (given below) is provisional because the board has invited objections from the concerned and all parties pertaining to the exam dates so that it soon may release the final time table. The objections can be submitted between October 21 to November 19, 2019 through post only, as per board’s notice. More information regarding the same can be found at official website of the board (www.kseeb.kar.nic.in).

Temporary SSLC time table 2020
Temporary SSLC time table 2020

Here is the SSLC time table 2020 (provisional). The final Karnataka SSLC time table will be released in November-end or in December.

  • First Language – March 20th
  • Social Science – March 23rd
  • Science – March 26th
  • Mathematics- March 30th
  • Second Language- April 1st
  • Third Language- April 3rd

The official notification regarding SSLC time table 2020 can be accessed here at the KSEEB website. The snapshots of the same are also included in the article for reference.

KSEEB had conducted the board examinations in 2019 between March 21st to April 4th.

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PG TRB results (Marks) 2019 published, CV List notice

TRB PG results 2019: Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB) has published the marks of the candidates who appeared for the PG Assistant exam on Sept 27, 28 & 29, 2019. Candidates may now visit the official website (www.trb.tn.nic.in) and check their PG TRB result.

TRB PG result 2019 has been uploaded in the form of marks obtained by the candidates in the relevant subject.

How to check TRB PG result

Candidates may directly visit this official result declaration notice and then head to check their subject wise marks.

The official notice also states that a total of 1.47 lakh candidates had appeared for the exam. The computer based exams for TRB PG Assistant recruitment were held on September 27, 28 & 29, 2019.

The list of candidates to be called for Certificate Verification process is yet to be released by the board.

TN TRB also issued a press release via it’s website trb.tn.nic.in citing the completion of exam and the tentative schedule for further proceedings. The relevant details such as expected PGTRB result date and selection process have been fairly explained below.

PG TRB result 2019 Date

As per online reports, TRB PG result 2019 was poised to be out in around 5-6 weeks from the date of exam. Going by the statement, candidates expected their TRB PG marks/score publishing by mid-November. However, the results were published earlier today on October 19, 2019, mere three weeks after the exam.

The candidates may also check the official answer keys at the TRB website.

The TRB PG assistant exam itself consisted of 3 hours’ duration and was held in online mode. 150 multiple choice type questions were asked in the exam, carrying a maximum total of 150 marks. Each correct answer will earn a student 1 mark.

Out of total 150 questions, 10 questions were asked from General Knowledge section, 30 from Education methodology, and 110 from candidate’s main subject.

Qualifying Marks and Selection Process

PG TRB Qualifying Marks: The candidates belonging to unreserved categories need to obtain at least 50% marks in the Computer Based examination to qualify in order to be considered for the merit. The qualifying marks set for candidates of SC/SCA categories is 45%, and 40% for ST candidates.

Selection Process: The candidates who will qualify the online test based on the criteria set, will be considered for the Certificate verification process.

As official notification cites, TRB will prepare the list of candidates for CV on 1:2 ratio based on the marks obtained in the online test, and also taking other rules into account.

Few things to keep in mind about forthcoming proceedings;

  • It is compulsory to be present in person if and when called for Certificate Verification.
  • The call letters for the Certificate verification will be issued through TRB website. Candidates will find the schedule, venue and guidelines in the call letters itself.
  • Keep in mind to bring the original certificates as well as the attested copies of the required documents.
  • The essential documents are: 10th/SSLC or equivalent marks sheet, marks sheet or passing certificate of 12th/Higher Secondary or it’s equivalent, Under Graduate and Post Graduate Degree in the relevant or same subject or it’s equivalent, B.Ed degree certificate or it’s equivalent, and M.P.Ed degree or it’s equivalent or an equivalent diploma.
  • Candidates are also advised to bring Disability certificate (if any), Tamil Medium study certificate and community/category certificate etc. Please read the official notice for complete list of documents to carry with you at the time of CV.

This TRB recruitment is underway to hire candidates on the advertised 2144 posts of Post Graduate Assistants/ Physical Education Directors Grade-I.

We will keep you updated about result date news and more her.