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JEE Main 2019 January Session Over; Know the Details of JEE Main Counselling Procedure

JEE Main counselling for all the qualified and eligible students will be conducted byJoSAA. The registration for the same will be held in an online mode. The counselling and seat allotment process will commence from the second week of June. Those who have successfully registered for the exam and cleared it with minimum cut off will only be eligible to participate in JEE Main Counselling.

GATE 2019: Tricks followed by toppers to ace the exam

GATE is one of the crucial entrance tests for availing admission to the postgraduate courses of engineering in top colleges across India. However, the tension of being well abreast with GATE Syllabus 2019 and how to crack the examwill keep lurking in the air. And thus, here we offer top tricks and tips from followed by toppers in order to ace the examination:

Lecture on Consumer Law organised at Rayat Bahra University

MOHALI: Justice Paramjit Singh Dhaliwal, former Judge, Punjab and Haryana High Court, emphasized on the need to create awareness among the students on laws pertaining to consumer protection so that the young legal aspirants can further spread specific knowledge for the benefit of the society. He also apprised the audience of the changes being proposed in the field of Consumer Laws.

Gul Panag encourages students to become a specialist at UPES ‘Unleash’

CHANDIGARH,: Marriott Hotel, Chandigarh today. Gul Panag, a former beauty queen, social activist, avid biker who recently earned her “wings” as a professional pilot, interacted with more than 550 school and college students of Chandigarh. She inspired them with her motivating words on how to stay relevant by specializing in their own field of interest in today’s cut-throat competitive world and follow their dreams fearlessly. Yuvraj Hans, an eminent Punjabi actor and singer also captivated the audience with his musical performance.

KMV Showcase a Nukkad Natak for the Students Students Sensitized about the Role of Teachers in their Lives

JALANDHAR:  Kanya Maha Vidyalaya-the Heritage and Autonomous Institution, Jalandhar invited the team of Red Art Group to showcase a street play on the declining moral values in the students. The team consisted of 3 members whop with their expert theatrical skills and humour conveyed the message to the students. They also sensitized the students about the importance of teachers in their lives and how they can be a bridge between their aspirations and achievements. A real tribute to teachers would be when the students will respect their teachers and achieve their goals and make their teachers proud of them. Mr Jatinder Bhangu along with the team from Punjabi University, Patiala staged this show. Principal Prof. (Dr.) Atima Sharma Dwivedi congratulated the department of ECA and Punjabi for organizing the show as it concerns youth in particular. She averred that it is an effective medium to convey the message to the masses. The street play left a powerful impact on young students and elicited a very enthusiastic response from them.

RBU students get top campus placements

 MOHALI: Students of the Rayat Bahra University Polytechnic college  have set a new benchmark by bagging lucrative job offers from top industries.

Schedule for RIMC enterance test announced

CHANDIGARH: The entrance examination for  admission to the Rashtriya Indian Military College, Dehradun (Uttrakhand) for Jan 2020 Term will be conducted at Lala Lajpat Rai Bhawan, Sector-15, Chandigarh on 1st (Saturday) & 2nd (Sunday) June, 2019.

Students of Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar are achieving their goals in the fields of Research, Sports, Cultural activities and Social Welfare

  JALANDHAR:  :Students of Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar are achieving their goals in the fields of Research, Sports, Cultural activities and Social Welfare. They are also serving their country by joining NCC and attaining huge achievements. In this Concern, NCC cadet student of the college Ajay Kumar, who is also the student of B.A. Sem-I , by showing his prowess and gusto toward his country, got the opportunity to be the part of ‘The Parade’ to be performed at Delhi on the eve of Republic day of this year.

Two students do RBU proud, selected for internship in US

MOHALI: Two students of the Rayat Bahra University, Sachleen Singh, of the Computer Science department and Simranjit Singh Khurmi, of Mechanical Department, University School of Engineering and Technology (USET), have done the university proud by getting selected for Internship Programme at Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, USA.

“Indians should be Owners of all Innovations in the World”: HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar

JALANDHAR: Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Prakash Javadekar visited Lovely Professional University, today, at the valedictory session of two-day Women Science Congress held as part of the five-day 106th Indian Science Congress at the campus.

Prof B.S.Ghuman waCHANDIGARH: Panjabi University, Vice Chancellor (VC) Professor B S Ghuman, delivered the inaugural lecture in the ongoing Disaster Management Refresher Course at Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC). Professor Ghuman referred to two causal factors for the disasters happening. rns against reckless cutting of tress, leading to natural disasters: Prof.Ghuman

CHANDIGARH: Panjabi University, Vice Chancellor (VC) Professor B S Ghuman, delivered the inaugural lecture in the ongoing Disaster Management Refresher Course at Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC). Professor Ghuman referred to two causal factors for the disasters happening.

On Penetrating the Complex World of Data Science

Data Science has emerged to be one of the hottest and trending careers in the present day and age, with more demand and shortage of eligible candidates. Data Science holds a lot of scope and will be one of the fastest growing industries in the coming times.

PUCA told AICTE to introduce more reforms in 2019-20 approval handbook process

CHANDIGARH: A Delegation of Punjab Unaided Colleges Association (PUCA) expressed serious concern on dying Technical Unaided Colleges in the Country. PUCA urged All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi that without compromising the quality of education & to save unaided Colleges, AICTE should introduce a series of reforms in the Approval Process Handbook in 2019-20 to revive the education sector in the Country. 

Young scientists excell at National Symposium at PU Department of Biochemistry

CHANDIGARH: The National Symposium cum Alumni meet organized by the Department of
Biochemistry, Panjab University, Chandigarh was inaugurated by Professor Deepti Gupta,Dean, Alumni Relations, here today. She highlighted the role of english proficiency in academic writing for scientists.She praised the efforts of the department in bringing together the alumni every year.

Former PEC Dir, Prof Manoj Arora appoints new VC of BMU

CHANDIGARH: BML Munjal University (BMU) on Saturday announced Prof Manoj Kumar Arora the former Director at Punjab Engineering College here as its new Vice Chancellor. Known for brining several administrative and academic reforms in PEC, Prof Arora  has  30-yr of experience as a teacher, researcher, administrator and a leader in academic institutions in India, UK and USA.

Seminar on 'Milk- a Balanced Diet' at SGTB College

AMRITSAR: A day long seminar on 'Milk- a Perfectly Balanced Diet' was organized at Sri Guru Teg Bahadur College for Women (SGTBCW) in which the experts informed the students about the health benefits of milk and its products and how its daily consumption is necessary for youngsters. The seminar was  sponsored by the Punjab Dairy Development Board (PDDB), said Principal Nanak Singh.

A Students Rally Against Female Foeticide organized by KCE

AMRITSAR: A rally against social evils such as female foeticide, rising environmental pollution and drugs was organized by the students of Khalsa College of Education (KCE) here today in collaboration with Youth Services, Amritsar. The rally was flagged off by Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM)-cum-Secretary, District Legal Services Authority, Sumit Makkar who was the chief guest said said such `awareness rallies' help the students to become aware of the various social evils confronting the societies.

What is the ranking and acceptance rate for Carleton University?

Carleton University, which is located in Ottawa, Canada, is a comprehensive university and every year a lot of national and international apply for different courses in the university. Here, in this article, we will discuss the ranking and acceptance rate of the Carleton University. These facts and figures will help you understand the university well and you will be able to decide about your admission in the University.

Know How to Challenge JEE Main 2019 Answer Key

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has officially announced that JEE Main answer key will be released soon after the exam. An official answer key for JEE main will release so that the students can access themselves and check their score. The candidates will be able to know their score before the judgment day. The official JEE Main Answer Key will be available on the official website of JEE and the students can download it from there. Based on the answer key the students can predict their scores and know the final outcome beforehand.

How to Calculate Probable Score with JEE Main Answer Key?

 As per the official news, JEE Main Answer Key will be released online after the conduction of the exam. National Testing Agency (NTA) will itself publish the official answer key for JEE Main exam. The students will be able to access their performance and know their score. By this way, the students can check their performance in the exam before the commencement of the result. The JEE Main Answer Key will be available online, therefore the students will be required to log in to their systems and access the key.

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