The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) will today publish the second allotment results for the Degree Online Services of Telangana (DOST) at dost.cgg.gov.in. Candidates who have applied for the same can check their result from the Council’s official website.
The students have to report to their respective colleges from July 3 to July 7. As per a The Hindu report, about 2,70,014 seats remained vacant in the degree colleges in Telangana after the first phase of seat allotment ended. There are about 1,089 colleges across six universities offering 4,10,047 seats.
In the first allotment, 1,40,033 seats were filled through the Degree Online Services Telangana (DOST). The maximum seats were filled in the Osmania University region where out of 1,42,860 seats available, 57,950 students got admission in 409 colleges.
DOST 2017 second allotment result, here’s how to check:
Step 1: Go to the official website for DOST (dost.cgg.gov.in)
Step 2: On the homepage, login to the site with your registration number.
Step 3: Click on the link for the second allotment list to check your admission status.
Step 4: Keep a copy of the information for further reference.
Those who gain the allotment will be eligible for undergraduate courses at various colleges affiliated with Osmania University, Kakatiya University, Telangana University Mahatma Gandhi University, Satavahana University and Palamuru University for the academic session of 2017-18.
The list of NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test) rankers from Andhra Pradesh has been released and the successful candidates can check their names on the official website – ntruhs.ap.nic.in. The list was announced by Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas of the Dr NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS) on Sunday.
About 6 lakh-plus candidates who qualified for the NEET 2017 across the nation, 32,392 are from Andhra Pradesh while 27,075 are from Telangana. Narreddy Manvitha has bagged the first position from the state by scoring 685 out of 700 and secured 14th rank at the national level.
As per The Hindu, the final merit position will be displayed only after submission of online application in response to the university notification and after verfication of original certificates.
Andhra Pradesh has to contribute 15 per cent of the total seats for the MBBS and BDS courses if it wishes to get an equal quota in other states. However, until the Presidential Order is amended, both the states can not participate in the national pool.
The counselling of NEET 2017 for All India Quota will be conducted for to allot about 13,000 MBBS and BDS seats. States will be conducting separate two-round counselling process for admission to state quota seats in government and private colleges.
Catering to the demands of students and the Delhi High Court, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced that students of classes 10 and 12 can now apply for re-evaluation of marks. Class 12 students can apply for this process provided that they have already registered to receive a copy of their answer booklet.
Students can register for the re-evaluation of up to 10 questions in 12 subjects including English core, English elective (CBSE), English elective (NCERT), Hindi core, Hindi elective, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, business studies, economics and accountancy.
“In class 10, in the event of receiving representations relating to non awarding of marks to particular question(s) as per marking scheme and/or unevaluated portion of the answer book, the same shall be dealt as per procedure followed for verification of grades,” the CBSE said in a notice.
The Board also added that students would be required to submit Rs 100 per question and that these have to be sent through a demand draft to the local CBSE office by July 7 “or through NEFT”. The CBSE noted that the request for scrutiny of marks will only be accepted once.
Jamia Millia Islamia BTech admission 2017: Jamia Millia Islamia will release the results for the Bachelor of Technology (BTech) admissions 2017 today. Candidates who have applied for the course can check their results from the official website of the university (see steps below to know how).
BTech admissions will be done on the basis of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) 2017 results. The college offers five BTech courses including civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronics and comm engineering and mechanical engineering.
The university was supposed to release the results on June 30, but announced that the “due to unavoidable circumstances” they could not release the list of the selected and wait-listed candidates.
Steps to check JMI BTech admission 2017 results:
– Go to the official admissions website of Jamia Millia Islamia (jmicoe.in).
– Click on the link for the exam results.
– Login to the site.
– Download your results and take a print out for further reference.
OUCET 2017: Osmania University has released the results and rank cards for the Common Entrance Test (OUCET) 2017 for admission to Mahatma Gandhi and Palamuru Universities in Hyderabad. Candidates who have appeared for the OUCET papers can check their score cards from the official website.
OUCET 2017 was conducted from June 6 to June 13, 2017 and candidates who clear the paper will be eligible for admission to various PG, PG diploma and five-year integrated programmes offered by the university. The papers were conducted in three shifts— from 9.30 am to 11 am, from 12.30 pm to 2 pm and from 3.30 pm to 5 pm.
About 95.61 per cent (68,912 of 72,077 who appeared) candidates who cleared the exam according to a report by The Hindu. The counselling process for OUCET 2017 will begin from July 7.
Steps to download OUCET 2017 rank card:
Step 1: Go to the official website for OUCET 2017 (oucet.ouadmissions.com)
Step 2: Click on the link provided to “download rank card”.
Step 3: Enter your hall ticket number and date of birth and click on “search”.
Step 4: Download your results and take a print out of the same for further reference.
WBJEEB JENPAUH 2017: The West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Board will soon announce the results for the JENPAUH 2017 admission test. Candidates who have appeared for this paper can check their results from the official website and check this page again to be updated when the results are declared.
JENPAUH 2017 was conducted on May 28 in two rounds. The first round was for physics and chemistry which was conducted from 11 am to 1 pm and the second round was for biological sciences which was conducted from 2 pm to 4 pm. The questions were of multiple choice. Correct answers have been awarded 2 marks and incorrect answers would result in a loss of half a mark.
Candidates who clear the exam will be eligible for admission to BSc Nursing, BPT and BASLP courses in the state. There are about 1, 170 seats available.
Steps to check WBJEE JENPAUH 2017 results:
Step 1: Go to the official website for the Board (wbjeeb.in)
Step 2: Click on the link for “JENPAUH”. This will take you to the exam portal.
Step 3: Click on the notification for the results which will be available once the results have been declared.
Step 4: Enter your details in the fields provided.
Step 5: Download your result and take a print out for further reference.
In a landmark decision the Indira GandhiNational Open University has announced that transgender students can now study in any of the programmes offered by the university for free. Paying homage to the founding Vice Chancellor G Ram Reddy, current VC Ravindra Kumar announced this decision as the founder’s memorial lecture.
“The government should give freedom and spend 6 per cent of the GDP on education. Main thrust should be to devise effective strategies to address the challenges for the growth of education in India and to realize the potential of the country’s demographic dividend as envisaged in the national education policy of the year 2016,” Kakatiya University former VC Y Vaikuntham said at the event.
The memorial lecture is held every year on June 2 and hosts a number of eminent personalities. This year, the chief guest was Jawaharlal Nehru University VC M Jagdeesh Kumar who delivered a presentation on ‘Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn’
Eminent poets including Shri Gopal Das Niraj, Shri Santosh Anand, Shri Kunwar Bechain, Shri Budhinath Mishra, Shri Lakshmi Shankar Vajpai, Shri Madhav Kaushik and Shri Vishnu Saxena among others also attended the event.
KNR University of Health Sciences, Telangana had declared the results for the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 on June 23 and Lakkimsetti Arnav Thrinath has scored the highest among all students in Telangana.
Thrinath, who is from the OBC category, has secured the rank 14 in NEET with a score of 685. Closely following in second place among Telangana students is AIR 24 ranker Mangani Deepika from the unreserved category with a score of 681. A Venkata Hemanth from the general category secured the third place among Telangana students with NEET AIR 30 and a score of 680.
About 6,11,539 students qualified for the paper from 10,90,085 students who appeared for the exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) this year. Among those who qualified are 2,66,221 boys and 3,45,313 girls.
KNR University of Health Sciences, Telangana, has announced that “the final merit list will be displayed only after submission of on-line application after notification by KNR University of Health Scienes and verification of original certificates of qualified candidates”.
Inspired by the success of Super 30 of mathematician Anand Kumar, a team from Moscow State University on Monday paid a visit to the academy and promised to take some of its students for higher education on full scholarship. The team of teachers and students from Russia visited the Super 30 academy at Kumar’s home and interacted with him and students drawn from economically poor background.
Olga Arapova, a professor of Moscow State University who headed the team, told reporters that the purpose of the visit is to take meritorious students of Super 30 to Moscow on the lines of the arrangement with the University of Tokyo. “We had heard a lot about Super 30 and the way it has successfully groomed students from underprivileged sections of the society over the past 15 years. We wanted to see it to get a feel of it. We will also like some of its students to pursue higher education in the University of Moscow,” she said.
Arapova said she will invite Anand to Russia so that he could interact with the students and faculty members of Moscow State University. “What Anand Kumar is doing is really very inspiring. He is helping students who don’t have the facilities and resources to excel at the highest level. People like him are behind India’s rich educational legacy,” she added.
Anand Kumar thanked the Moscow University team and said such interaction would further boost the confidence of Bihar to do better.
Super 30 is a initiative that has ushered in a silent social revolution through mainstreaming of children belonging to underprivileged sections of the society by empowering them with quality education to enable to crack the entrance tests to the country’s premiere IITs. So far, more than 400 Super 30 students mentored by Anand Kumar and looked after by his family have made it to IITs.
While at the age of 15, most students appear for their class 10 examination, 15-year-old Abhay Agrawal from Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad has cracked the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced 2017 and scored 2467 All India Rank. He secured a seat in mechanical engineering at IIT-BHU. “I took admission in a coaching class in my city. Some people discouraged me but that motivated me to study hard,” Abhay said.
As per a TOI report, vice-chairman of IIT-JEE Kanpur zone Prof Shalabh, along with other staffers, were surprised when they checked Agarwal’s documents. “He could be the youngest candidate this year to join an IIT. His class 10 marksheet confirms that he is 15 and a half years old. He was born on November 9, 2001,” said a JEE staffer.
While Abhay has already got admission in IIT-BHU, however, he has opted for ‘float’ as he is aiming IIT Roorkee. “Since I jumped initial classes, I could complete my 12 before other students. I have been lucky to crack JEE Advanced as well. I want to be in IIT-Roorkee and hope I will get it,” Abhay said.
Abhay had scored 87.2 per cent in class 12 exams from CBSE board and 85.63 per cent in class 10 from UP Board. In future, Abhay wishes to own a startup that will deal in products related to robotics.
Abhay comes from a humble family as his father Mukesh Agarwal works as a pump attendant at Firozabad Nagar Nigam. He expressed his happiness over his son’s feat, “Abhay was always a bright mind and has brought us laurels at an early age. Even the chief medical officer in Firozabad was surprised when he had to prepare his medical certificate. He would finish BTech also in the stipulated time.”
Like many entrance exam toppers, Abhay too stayed away from social media to focus on his studies. Though he has a Facebook account three years ago, he stopped using it when he entered class 11.