JAC 12th Arts result 2018: Speaking to indianexpress.com, JAC chairman Arvind Pratap Singh said, "The results of Class 12 Arts examination will be declared either on June 27 or June 28." The results will be available at jac.nic.in, jharresults.nic.in
After the discomfort caused due to change in NEET centres of Tamil Nadu candidates, the HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said from next year onwards students won't have to travel outside their state.
From now onwards, Aadhaar card and its photocopy will be compulsory during counselling of medical admissions in Tamil Nadu. The Madras High Court today gave the orders and the matter will be further heard after two weeks.
A total of 43 selected students — the highest — have been offered research opportunities in IISc, followed by IIT Bombay (24) and IIT Delhi (20).
At Shaheed Bhagat Singh College and Hansraj College, BCom (Hons) has emerged as the most popular course.
BSTC allotment result 2018: The exam was held to fill 20,920 seats. Nearly 6.52 lakh candidates registered for the same, of which, 6.03 lakh passed. The allotment result has been released today, on June 23.
KUPGCET Result 2018: The result is out on the official website, kupgcet.com. The details of first phase, second phase and spot counselling will be published on the university websites soon.
DU JAT 2018 analysis: The exam was conducted by the Delhi University (DU) today, on June 22 and was held between 8 am to 10 am. The result is expected to be released in July first week and the counselling will begin thereafter.
TNAU UG admissions 2018: Aarthi S N has obtained the first rank with an aggregate score of 200. The shortlisted candidates have also been sent alert about the same through SMS and e-mail.
NEET Counselling result 2018: The first allotment result is out at mcc.nic.in. The candidates need to visit the allotted college along with relevant documents
UPSEE 2018 Counselling: The tentative counselling schedule has been released on the official website and the same will be conducted in three rounds in the online mode for the qualified candidates.
NEET 2018 result: All those candidates who clear the first round have to report to the allotted college from June 23 to July 3 to confirm the admission or take part in round two of the allotment. The second round of seat allotment will start from July 6 to July 8.
The petitioners have argued that since 2015, the state government has been changing the rules which leads to uncertainty and delays in the admission process.
School principal Neelam Chakrabarty admitted that a separate section had been created for EWS quota students but claimed it was done for the benefit of the students.
At Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College, fee has been hiked by around Rs 4,000. The fees for BA (Hons) Applied Psychology is Rs 9,885, as compared to Rs 4,490 last year. The principal could not be reached for comment.
Minor glitches were reported on Thursday as well, with colleges extending the time for admission till 3.30 pm. Ramjas College witnessed a massive rush, with students and parents having to wait for long hours.
Admitting the plea moved by A Sarandev, who was denied a seat in the institute, Justice K Kalayanasundaram directed the MCI and JIPMER to file their responses by June 26
NEET 2018: Bombay High Court had directed the CBSE to apply the formula suggested by the apex court and award additional proportionate marks to 24 students who had appeared in examination at Nagpur in Maharashtra but were not allowed by the invigilator to write the exam for the stipulated three hours
UP NEET Counselling 2018: All the students who want to get admitted in the medical colleges of the state have to apply for the online counselling process at the official website, upneet.gov.in. The provisional merit list will be released on June 25, 2018
IIMC entrance results 2018: Candidates who have appeared for the entrance examination can check the results through the official website, iimc.nic.in. The counselling process will begin from July 2