Bihar Board 10th Result 2023: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is expected to release the results for Matric (Class 10) exams before March 31, an official informed. Once released, candidates will be able to download marksheets from the official website — biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.Meanwhile, let’s take a look at when the Bihar Board has released result in the past three years.In 2020, the Bihar Board had conducted the Matric exams from February 17 to 24, but it took more than a month to release the result. The scores for Class 10 students, in 2020, were released on May 26.After that year, the Bihar Board started working on releasing the results faster, and the year after, the Matric exams were conducted from February 17 and concluded on February 24, 2021. The Board had then released the Class 10 result on March 26.Last year, the Bihar Board had released the Class 10 exam result on March 31, and the Matric exams were successfully conducted between February 17 and 24, 2022.In 2023, BSEB conducted the Bihar Board matric exams from February 14 to 22. This year, the board modified the exam pattern by introducing more objective type questions in the paper. A BSEB official has told indianexpress.com that the Bihar Board is trying to release the Class 10 result before March 31.
Haryana Board Exams 2023, BSEH: The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) has announced that the re-examination of subjects cancelled in some examination centers will be conducted on March 29 and 31, 2023.This decision to cancel the exams and reconduct was taken due to breach of sanctity of examination in Secondary and Senior Secondary (Educational/Open School) examination February/March-2023, Dr V.P. Yadav and Secretary Mr. Krishna Kumar, H.P.S. informed the media on Saturday.According to the official announcement, the re-examination of the subjects cancelled in the secondary (academic/open school) exam will be held on March 29 (Hindi, Drawing, Physical Education, Sanskrit, Urdu, Music (R.U.), English and Mathematics ) and on March 31, the science subject examinations will be conducted.The re-exam for Chemistry, Public Administration, IT and ITES, Physics, Economics, Political Science, English, Sociology, Sanskrit, Mathematics and Geography of Class 12 will also be conducted on March 31.As per the data released by BSEH, 4518 candidates will appear in the secondary re-examination and about 2612 candidates will appear in the senior secondary examination. The exams will be conducted from 12:30 pm to 03:30 pm.
BSEB Bihar Board 10th result 2023: The Bihar School Education Board (BSEB), Patna will release the Bihar Board Class 10 results by March 31, a senior official confirmed. “We have not finalised the result declaration date yet but it will be released by month-end,” the official informed indianexpress.com. Upon asking about the verification of toppers, the Bihar Board official confirmed that the process is underway however no information can be released due to privacy reasons. BSEB conducted the Bihar Board matric exams from February 14 to 22. The board modified the exam pattern this year by introducing more objective type questions in the paper. BSEB on March 21 released the inter exam results in which 83.70 per cent students were declared pass. This is an increase of 3.70 per cent from last year’s 80 per cent. The BSEB and government announced several cash prizes for the toppers and girl students.
Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) 10th Result 2023 Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is expected to release the Bihar matric exam results by March-end. The BSEB exams were conducted between February 14 and 22. Once released, candidates will be able to download marksheets from the official website – biharboardonline.bihar.gov.in.This year, the Bihar Board modified the exam pattern for class 10 board exams. More MCQ-based questions were introduced as well as the choice options were increased. With this, the passing marks criteria also changed.As per the new criteria, candidates are required to score a minimum of 30 per cent marks in each subject to qualify for BSEB Class 10 exams. All five papers of the Bihar Board matric exam carry 100 marks each making it a total of 500 marks. Students need to score a total of 150 marks to pass the matric examination.Last year, the BSEB announced class 10 results on March 31. The total pass percentage was 79.88 per cent. Ramayani Roy was declared the topper of BSEB Class 10. She scored 487 marks. The first division was achieved by 4,24,857 students, as many as 5,10,411 students secured the second division and 3,47,637 got the third division.
Telangana minister KT Rama Rao on Friday said that he would send legal notices to state Congress chief Revanth Reddy and BJP president Bandi Sanjay. Rao accused the leaders for allegedly making political conspiracy stories over the Telangana Public Service Commission paper leakage issue.Coming down heavily on both the leaders, KTR also accused them of making baseless and false allegations about TPSC’s affairs.The minister alleged that Revanth Reddy and Bandi Sanjay discredited the government by unnecessarily dragging his name into the issue, news agency ANI reported.Warning that he would not tolerate any attempt to defame him, KTR said “Dragging the Telangana government and me into this matter without understanding the autonomous nature of the constitutionally constituted Public Service Commission proves their ignorance.”మళ్ళి ఒక్కసారి…🔥పోలీసులను పంపి, నన్ను గృహనిర్భందం చేయడం కాదు… కేసీఆర్ – కేటీఆర్ లకు దమ్ముంటే టీఎస్పీఎస్సీ ప్రశ్నాపత్రాల కుంభకోణం పై ఉస్మానియా యూనివర్సిటీ విద్యార్థుల సమక్షంలో చర్చకు రావాలి.🔥మీరు సచ్ఛీలురైతే, స్కాంలో మీ పాత్రలేకపోతే నా సవాల్ ను స్వీకరించాలి.#TSPSCScam… pic.twitter.com/fVkkNPFuyi— Revanth Reddy (@revanth_anumula) March 24, 2023“Under the leadership of these two leaders, Congress and BJP have become directionless in the state,” KTR said.KTR further added that there is a conspiracy by both the BJP and Congress to stall the entire recruitment process.“It is deplorable that these leaders are making adverse attempts to damage the self-esteem of the youth by linking unrelated death incidents to the TSPSC issue,” the minister said.He also said that TSPSC has initiated corrective measures and will conduct future examinations more strictly.Meanwhile, Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan sought a status report of the alleged TSPSC paper leak case from the top officials of the state on Thursday .This comes a day after Telangana Congress leaders submitted a representation to the Governor urging her to sanction prosecution against Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao for the TSPSC exam paper leak.The Telangana State Public Service Commission on March 15 cancelled the Assistant Engineers (AE) exam held on March 5, following allegations of the question paper leak.The Commission had also cancelled the exam and also postponed other exams scheduled to be held later this month. (With inputs from ANI)
CUET PG 2023: The National Testing Agency (NTA) started the registration for Common University Entrance Test (CUET-PG) 2023 examination on March 20, and candidates have time till April 19 to apply at the official website — cuet.nta.nic.in.This year, the CUET PG 2023 registration fee is Rs 1000 for general category students, and Rs 800 for the OBC-NCL/Gen-EWS category students, Rs 750 for SC/ ST/ third gender, and Rs 700 for PwBD candidates.The registration fee has increased by Rs 200 this year. In the debut year of CUET PG, general category students had to pay Rs 800. As some CUET PG candidates pointed out the increase in the application fee, the UGC Chief, M Jagadesh Kumar, said that the fee “increase is nominal”, and the decision to do so is taken by the NTA “taking into account the cost of operations”.NTA Chief, Vineet Joshi, confirmed the same and told indianexpress.com that this year the agency decided to increase the application fee to keep up with the increasing cost of operations. “We decide the application fee based on the estimate of the cost required to conduct the exam. Now, all of this is different every year. In this year’s exam, we have more number of participating universities, so the cost involved will be more. In different universities, they have different types of subjects and different expectations, so if you have more subjects then naturally you will incur more cost,” Joshi explained.He also said that the increased cost is also to match up the “constant development of security, and ensuring that the exams are conducted in a safe manner. Maintaining and upgrading safety is a constant endeavour. Putting up additional manpower of observers, technical software and more incurs more cost”. He also added that there will also be “people trying to pull unfair means”.The increasing number of exam centres is also another reason why the NTA has to increase the application fee from time to time. “Once we invite the applications, and based on the number of applications we will try to ensure that as many people get their choice of centres as possible. We need time for that, and we will soon begin planning that now. So, based on the number of exam centres, the cost of operation is bound to increase,” he said.Looking at the technical glitches that took place last year, the NTA and UGC Chief had said that they will establish more exam centres. Talking about that, Joshi told indiaexpress.com that the agency is still working on opening more centres. “This year, four new test centres have been set up in Jammu, Doora (UP), Noida and NEHU (one each),” he said.He also explained that the application fee for foreign test centres has seen an even greater increase because the cost of operations almost doubles up in other countries. “It is also becoming increasingly difficult to find exam centres abroad now, as everything has opened up. Earlier, classes were closed and nobody was using it so it was easier, however, it is a little more difficult now, so more resources are used,” he explained.
Bihar Board Class 12th Result 2023: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) declared the intermediate results on March 21 for all three streams. A total of 13,04,586 students had appeared in BSEB Class 12 exams out of which 10,91,248 were declared pass.Candidates who could not qualify in any of the inter papers can apply for scrutiny or can reappear in the BSEB inter compartment exams. Here are all the important questions related to results and security answered.Ques: When will BSEB begin the scrutiny process?Ans: As per the official notice, the scrutiny process will begin on March 23 and students will get time till March 29 to register for the process. Ques: How to apply for the Bihar Board Inter exam scrutiny process?Ans: In case a candidate is not satisfied with their result they can apply to have their answers-scripts rechecked. The BSEB inter Class 12 result is available at interbseb.com.Ques: Is there a provision to re-appear in exams?Ans: Students who could not qualify in one or more papers can re-appear for the exam through BSEB Inter compartment exams. The exam dates are yet to be announced. Ques: When will BSEB inter compartment registration begin?Ans: For compartment exams, the application form will be available from March 23. Candidates will have time till March 27 to fill the application form/Ques: When will BSEB conduct compartment exams?Ans: BSEB will conduct the compartment examination in April or May. The final schedule will be soon announced by the board. The result will be declared by May 31.Ques: How many students are eligible to appear in compartment exams?Ans: A total of 2,13,338 students who could not pass the Bihar inter exams are eligible to appear in the compartment exams. This year, the overall pass percentage is 83.70 per cent. Girls have fared better than boys. Commerce topper Somya Sharma and Rajneesh Kumar Pathak secured 95 per cent, Science topper Ayushi Nandan, earned 94.8 per cent and Arts/ Humanities topper Mohaddesa, scored 95 per cent.
MSBTE Winter Result 2023: Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education has released the MSBTE Winter Result 2023 today, on February 22. Candidates who appeared in the January Diploma examination can check and download their result from the official website of MSBTE at msbte.org.in.Candidates can check the MSBTE Diploma Result 2023 by simply logging in their 'Enrollment Number' or 'Seat Number' on the official portal. The MSBTE theory exam for all the students was conducted from January 03 to January 24, 2023. While, the practical exam for newly admitted students of Semester-I was held from December 26 to December 30, 2022, and for other students from December 22 to 30, 2022.To check the Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education Winter Diploma Result 2023, candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps.Direct Link: MSBTE Winter Diploma Result 2023How to check MSBTE Diploma Result 2023?Step 1. Visit the official website at msbte.org.in Step 2. On the homepage, click on the line that reads, "Click here to see Winter 2022 Diploma Results"Step 3. A new page will open, login using your enrollment numberStep 4. Your MSBTE result will appear on the screen Step 5. Download and take a printout of the result for future referenceCandidates can refer to the academic calendar for the session 2022-23 for AICTE-Approved Diploma Engineering, PCI-Approved Diploma Pharmacy & State Government Approved Short Term (Non-AICTE) Courses.
NASHIK: Two cases of copying were reported in Dhule on the first day of the HSC examination in the Nashik division, said Rajendra Ahire, the Nashik divisional secretary of Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (MSBSHSE). With the exception of the two copying cases, there were no other unusual incidents across the division, comprising Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon and Nandurbar districts. Of the total 1,62,218 students in the division, 3,486 were absent for the first paper, added Ahire.Meanwhile, all the examination centres saw a heavy rush of students nearly an hour before the examination time. Vrusha Jadhav, a student, said, "I was nervous about the exam, as this happened to be our first board exam. Two years back, when we were in Std X, Covid-19 was at its peak, so the board exams did not take place. But the exam went well.""It was nice to see parents coming to the examination centres to drop their children and kiss them before sending them inside. I think many students like me could be in stress given the expectations from us. I have given my best," said Jagruti Tupe, another student. Meanwhile, the traffic jam was seen on the roads opposite most of the examination centres before and after the paper time. Senior police officials said strict security arrangements are in place to ensure no untoward incident takes place.The officials of the MSBSHSE, Nashik division, said the students should not take much stress and write the papers freely.Many students were seen speaking about the confusion that erupted in the class over questions in section 2 of poetry after coming out of the examination centre.
Chief minister Eknath Shinde on Monday said that the state government had taken a stand that a new exam pattern for MPSC should be introduced only after 2025. "I have personally spoken to the MPSC chief and explained the state's views. We are supporting the demand of MPSC students," he said.The MPSC had earlier decided to conduct the main examination with a UPSC-like descriptive pattern from 2023. In recent times, MPSC aspirants, supported by youth organisations of various parties, held protests in Pune, Aurangabad, Nashik, and Nagpur. TNN
MUMBAI: With the non-teaching staff of non-agricultural universities and colleges intensifying their ongoing stir on Monday, HSC exams that begin on Tuesday are likely to get affected. Teachers thus have been asked to step up to ensure smooth conduct of exams.Non-teaching staff across the state has been on strike since February 2, demanding better salaries and recruitment. It had already hit the conduct of practicals held from February 2 to 20. Several aided colleges have not managed to complete their practical exams and will hold these after the theory exams end on March 21. On Monday, they intensified their stir with non-teaching staff across aided colleges in the city striking work and shouting slogans outside respective colleges. Principals said they have asked teachers to ensure students are seated in classrooms by 10.30am and 2.30pm so that exams can begin as scheduled at 11am and 3pm. "Right from opening classrooms to maybe offering water to students, our teachers are ready," said a suburban college principal. Colleges will use unaided staff to ensure exams are conducted smoothly. Colleges have asked local police to step up vigil outside centres.
MUMBAI: Days after discontinuing the 10-minute question paper reading time-which was considered the main cause of copying in SSC and HSC exams-the state board on Wednesday decided to give additional 10 minutes to these students to read and write their papers.Till last year, SSC and HSC students were given question papers 10 minutes before exams began. During this time, the students could only read the question paper. This year, while initiating a "copy-free exam" campaign, the state last week decided to do away with the question paper reading time on the ground that most copying cases occurred during the 10-minute reading time.After requests made by school and college heads and parents, the board has decided to give an additional 10 minutes to students. For instance, a paper that ends at 2pm will end at 2.10pm. Principals said that the board has indirectly restored the 10-minute reading time. It will further benefit students as they can read and write their papers simultaneously for an additional 10 minutes.The board had introduced reading of question papers in 2015 to help students decide which questions they need to attempt first. Non-state boards such as CBSE and CISCE have 15-minute question paper reading time.Last year, the board had come across instances of students circulating portions of question papers on WhatsApp groups right after getting the paper for reading purposes.The rampant copying was attributed to students getting their own schools and colleges as centres. This year, students have been allotted centres by the board. The question paper will be distributed at 11am or 3pm (when the exam begins). Students will have to be in their exam halls 30 minutes before the exam. No delay will be allowed. In case of unavoidable circumstances, students can go to their nearest examination centre and write the paper. All other measures to curb malpractices continue. Prohibitory orders, including Section 144 of CrPC for prohibiting a gathering of four or more persons, can be invoked 100 metres around exam centres. Police have to be stationed outside centres. They have been directed against entering exam halls though. Photocopy shops located 50m from schools and colleges will be shut when exams are on. HSC exams begin on February 21 and SSC on March 2.
Mumbai: Junior college teachers from Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts on Wednesday protested outside the state board office in Vashi against non-payment of salaries due to a delay in uploading their employment details on the government portal. They threatened to boycott the HSC exams beginning on February 21, if their demands are not met.Amar Singh, President of the Mumbai Junior College Teachers Union (MJCTU) said that over 300 teachers have not received their salaries for three to four years as their employment details have not been registered on the Shalarth portal of the state government. "It is only after teachers are registered on the portal and they get a login ID can their salaries be released," said Singh.As per procedures, teachers' salary starts kicking in after they are registered on the portal. For registration, details of students along with teachers have to be sent to the deputy director of education office at Charni Road. After verification, the details are sent to the state board office in Vashi, where according to teachers a re-verification process is done. 'The entire process takes three to four years and teachers have to go without salaries," said Singh, who submitted a memorandum to the Mumbai divisional board chairman Nitin Upasani.They have threatened to boycott the HSC exams if their demands are not met within 10 days. HSC science practicals have already been interrupted by the ongoing strike by non-teaching staff of degree colleges. Science practicals began on February 1 and have to be completed by February 20. In several junior colleges, attached to degree institutions, non-teaching staff have joined the stir.
Mumbai: The Maharashtra State Board on Wednesday restored the 10 minutes question paper reading time for the forthcoming SSC and HSC exams. The board had on February 10 done away with the question paper reading time to discourage portions of the question paper from getting circulated on social media platforms. Last year, the board had come across several instances of students circulating portions of question papers on WhatsApp groups on getting the paper for reading purposes.After several requests by students and parents, the board has decided to restore the reading time. However, students will get the question paper when the exam begins at 11 am or 3 pm. They can read the paper for 10 minutes and start writing thereafter. The exam will end 10 minutes after the allotted time. For instance, if a paper ends at 2 pm, it will now end at 2.10 pm.Students will have to be in their exam halls 30 minutes before the exam. No delay will be allowed. In case of unavoidable circumstances, a student can approach his/her nearest examination centre and write the paper.Reading question papers was introduced by the board in 2015 to help students decide on which questions they need to attempt first. HSC exams begin on February 21 and SSC exams start on March 2.Boards like CBSE and CISCE have allotted 15 minutes for students to read their question papers.
MUMBAI: Days before their HSC board exams are to commence, thousands of science students from aided colleges in the state are awaiting their practical exams to complete. Several city colleges, including Jai Hind, St Xavier's, SIES, Ruia, Kelkar, KC, Jhunjhunwala, Sathaye, have not managed to complete their practicals due to the non-teaching staff strike. Some of them have even written to the divisional board office informing them about their inability to hold the practical exams. Colleges technically have only a week to complete the practicals, as the HSC theory exams are scheduled to start from February 21. Some are now worried that the strike will affect the theory exams in their colleges as well. Colleges with larger number of science students will need at least 10 days to hold the practical exams in multiple slots, said a principal. "We also cannot call them for practicals very close to their written exams. We wrote to the divisional board office to seek guidance," he said. On Saturday, many colleges made an attempt to start the practicals for subjects which does not involve laboratory work such as mathematics and IT with help from unaided staff. The Maharashtra State University and College Employees' Joint Action Committee gave a state-wide call to boycott work on February 2. Non-payment of of Seventh Pay Commission to 1,400 employees, not filling vacant posts and not applying the old pension scheme to staff hired after 2005 were some of their demands. A divisional board official said that the issues concerning the non-teaching staff are related to the higher education department. "Most colleges which are not attached to degree colleges and are unaided are able to hold the exams as per the schedule. For the others, we have appealed to them to use other resources and complete the practicals before February 20. We have forwarded their concerns to the state board office," he said.
MUMBAI: In the forthcoming SSC and HSC exams, certain subjects where maximum copying was reported in the past will have extra vigil, including visits by senior district and police officials.The state government has launched its 'copy-free exam' campaign this year ahead of the board exams. HSC exams begin on February 21 and SSC starts on March 2. All districts have been directed to step up vigil before, during and after the exams. The state on Tuesday issued a circular laying down the measures to be taken to ensure that exam-related malpractices are kept under check. It includes the frisking of 100% of students entering exam centres.Important subjects like English, Mathematics and Science (for SSC and HSC) will see enhanced supervision and vigil. District and police officials, including collectors, superintendents of police and commissioners have been directed to visit sensitive exam centres when key exams are in progress. Exam centres where malpractices have been reported in past exams have also been identified and vigil will be increased. Senior revenue officials will be assigned duty at sensitive exam centres.The board has identified subjects in which maximum copying was reported in previous years. Subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Biology (HSC), Accountancy, Secretarial Practice, Organisation of Commerce and Management (OCM) and Economics (HSC commerce and arts subjects) have been found to have registered cheating cases. On these exam days, flying squads and senior officials have to visit exam centres.All students will be frisked by school staff, security guards and police patils. Anganwadi workers can be roped in to frisk female students. Students have to be in exam centres 30 minutes before the exam starts at 11am.Teachers pointed out that while all efforts are being made to ensure copy-free exams for the 80 marks theory papers, the board has turned a blind eye to the 20-mark practical, oral and internal assessment work. "The copy-free measures are good. The board should have given equal importance to what goes on during the practical exams that are conducted in respective schools and colleges," said a lecturer.
MUMBAI: Over 1.5 lakh students from Maharashtra and Goa will appear for their CBSE class 10 and 12 exams that begin today. Across India and abroad 39 lakh students will take their boards. Students will get 15 minutes to read their question papers. The class 10 exams will end on March 21 and class 12 exams will end on April 5. This year exams are being held as per the pre-Covid pattern. Exams begin at 10.30am and students have to make it to their exam centres in their uniforms, school identity cards and admit cards. There are 7,250 exam centres across India. Of the 22 lakh class 10 students appearing for the exams, nine lakh are girls.
MUMBAI: Along with discontinuing the 10-minutes reading time for SSC, HSC students, the handler of question papers and answer sheets will also have to be on the GPS tracking system.The state board has undertaken the copy-free exam campaign to ensure that no malpractices are reported during the exams. HSC exams begin on February 21 and SSC start from March 2.The board appointed 'runners' will have to collect the question papers from the main centre and hand it over to the concerned school/college. The runner is also responsible to hand over the answer sheets to the custodians after the exams. The movement of the 'runners' will be tracked by the board to ensure that the question papers and answer sheets travel to its assigned destination, without deviating its path. The runner cannot leave his/her assigned school or college till the exams are over. There has been complaints of the runner leaving the centre after the exam commences.Across the nine divisions, the district and police administration has been urged to step up their vigil during the exams. This will be in addition to the board's vigilance squads. Copies of the probable malpractices and punishment decided by the board has been shared with police and district officials.Exams begin at 11am or 3pm as per the timetable. Students have to be in their seats 30 minutes before they write their papers. The 10-minutes allotted to read question papers has been discontinued. While students will have to start writing at 11am or 3pm, supervisors have been advised to collect the answer sheets in the same order as question papers were distributed to ensure that every student gets the benefit.With massive copying reporting in past SSC and HSC exams, the board had sought ideas on controlling malpractices. Board officials found that maximum cheating takes place in the 10 minutes when they read the question paper. Last year with students writing exams in their respective schools and colleges, malpractices were rampant. This year students will appear from centres allotted by the board.The extra time allotted to read question papers was introduced in 2015. Both CBSE and CISCE have retained the 15 minutes reading time for their exams.
MUMBAI: The indefinite strike by non-teaching staff of non-agricultural universities in the state has hit the ongoing HSC science practicals in some junior colleges, especially those attached to degree colleges. The HSC practicals, orals and internal assessment began on February 1. Science colleges had drawn up batches of students for the practicals that have to be completed by February 20, before the theory exams begin a day later. Non-teaching staff of Mumbai University and degree colleges in the city joined the state-wide strike that began on February 2. The non-teaching staff in junior colleges have begun disrupting the HSC practicals, according to principals. In some colleges, laboratory technicians are engaged in junior and degree college work. "We could not conduct science practicals for the third day in a row as the non-teaching staff refused to work. As we have to complete the practicals before the deadline, more teachers will be roped in now," said the principal of a city college. Principals said non-teaching staff in junior colleges are carrying out all their work except boycotting or going slow on practicals. "As there is a deadline for completing HSC practicals, the non-teaching staff in junior colleges seem to have joined in the strike to put pressure on the government," said the principal of a college in Vile Parle. Junior colleges attached to schools are able to proceed with their practicals smoothly. "Our practicals are being held as per schedule as non-teaching staff in schools have not given any hint of supporting the strike," said the principal of a junior college in Vikhroli. College heads said the strike by non-teaching staff is unlikely to affect HSC exams that begin on February 21. "Theory exams won't be a problem as teaching staff is not part of the strike," said a principal. The protesters under the Maharashtra State University and College Employees Joint Action Committee are expected to intensify their strike from February 20. They are demanding receipt of pending salary arrears, filling vacant posts and implementation of the old pension scheme. External examiners have had to reschedule their visits due to cancellation of practicals. Students appear for practicals from their respective colleges. Theory exam centres are allotted by the board.Meanwhile SSC practicals will be conducted between February 10 and March 1.
Mumbai: Chandrapur boy Dnyanesh Shinde, one of the 20 JEE (Main)-phase I toppers with a 100 percentile, moved to Kota five years ago to prepare for entrance tests. While he is originally from Maharashtra, he has given the exam from Rajasthan.Barring him, the state topper, as per the NTA list, is Shubham Somani with 99.99 percentile. The first phase of JEE (Main) was held in January. The agency will release the final merit list after conducting the second phase of the exam. In the first phase, 20 students bagged 100 percentile. Seventeen-year-old Shinde scored 285 out of 300 in the test with a 100 percentile. “I first went to Kota to participate in the Junior Science Olympiad in class VIII, and then I started the preparation for JEE (Main) in class X. Then for about three years, I have been focussing on my preparation,” said the student of Disha Delphi Public School in Kota. Five years ago, Shinde moved to Kota with his mother to focus on the preparation. His mother, also a gold medallist in MSc-Biology, stayed with him as he prepared for the entrance. His father is an MBA graduate and sister is pursuing medicine from Maharashtra. Shinde said pandemic initially hit his studies, but the coaching classes he was enrolled with ensured there was virtual coaching so that the gap wasn’t long. He is keen on pursuing computer science and engineering or aeronautical engineering from a premier IIT.
PUNE: The teachers' recruitment process in Maharashtra will gain momentum now that the Teacher Aptitude and Intelligence Test (TAIT) has been announced after five years by the Maharashtra State Council of Examinations. The test is important as candidates must clear it along with the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) to be eligible for appointment to a job in government schools. TIAT will be conducted by end of February and the online application process has started. There are currently 67,000 vacancies in primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in the state. The exam will be conducted from February 22 to March 3, the state examination council said in its notification issued on Monday. The decision to recruit through this computerized system was taken by the state government in 2017, according to which TAIT was conducted online in December 2017 through 'Pavitra' portal. No aptitude test had been conducted since then. Aspirant Akanksha Kale said, "There seemed to be no sign from the government to conduct the exam in the past few years but now the declaration of date has given us hope. We were dejected before." More than three lakh diploma and bachelor degree holders in education and 54,000 qualified teachers in the state were waiting for the aptitude test. Commissioner of education Suraj Mandhare said, "The second test conducted after passing the TET is the aptitude and intelligence test. Now, teachers are being recruited on the basis of marks in this test. Candidates must clear both these exams to qualify for recruitment."
MUMBAI: With increasing focus on research, enrolment in PhD courses in Maharashtra has more than doubled (109%)in the last five years. Nationally, the number has grown by 50% in the same period, shows data from the All-India Survey of Higher Education (AISHE) 2020-21 report, released in New Delhi on Monday.Enrolment in postgraduate courses in the state has seen a decent growth of 30%, with girls outnumbering boys significantly. More than half the students pursuing their master's programmes are girls in Maharashtra. In undergraduate courses, which involve the maximum number of students, enrolment has gone up by less than 10% in five years.The figures contradict the general perception that enrolment across courses dropped in the first pandemic year of 2020-21. Both national and state data from the report paint a completely different picture.‘Better results followed online exams, boosted enrolment’Even as the All-India Survey of Higher Education (AISHE) 2020-21 report showed more enrolment in the first year of the pandemic in 2020-21, S Mali, former vicechancellor of North Maharashtra University, said the pandemic impacted the assessment process across universities and more students may have cleared exams. “There was no significant impact on enrolments,” he said. A state government official said as more students cleared the class XII exams, enrolment may have gone up in the undergraduate courses. Online exams could have boosted scores at undergraduate level as well, leading to an increase in postgraduate enrolment at some places, said a principal. Maharashtra has the second highest enrolment numbers in higher education, after Uttar Pradesh. Compared to 2016-17, students pursuing PhD went up by 109% in the state in 2020-21. The official said PhD has become important in recruitment of faculty members, for career advancement schemes and other incentives. “Many teachers have realised it and are completing their degrees. The state government is also emphasising on having qualified teachers in colleges for sponsored schemes,” said the official. PhD enrolment went up by 31% in the pandemic year (from 2019-20 to 2020-21), showed the AISHE report; nationally, it was up less than 5%. In Maharashtra, research centres in autonomous colleges would have largely contributed to the drastic increase in numbers, said a vice-chancellor. Mumbai University has the highest numbers of autonomous colleges in the state. Over the last few years, an increasing number of girls in the state are pursuing postgraduate courses. In 2016-17, a thousand more boys were in PG courses compared to girls. Then the numbers started tilting, with over 75,000 more girls enrolled in PG programmes in 2020-21. “This increase is possible because of the rural regions in the state,” said Mali, who was also on the state’s committee to draft the statutes of the Maharashtra Public Universities Act of 2016. “In rural regions, we have seen an increase in the number of colleges, better transportation and more hostel facilities. All these could have boosted the numbers of girl students pursuing higher studies. It is a big plus for them,” he said. In Shivaji University, Kolhapur, Mali said, he has seen girls comprising 70-80% of the total admissions in some departments. More coverage of institutions under AISHE could be another reason for the rise in numbers, he added. Though the state has done better in both postgraduate and PhD education, the numbers in undergraduate education has not seen a significant growth. Nationally, enrolment rose by 15% in undergraduate programmes, as opposed to the state’s 9%. Speaking about the increase in enrolment numbers in 2020-21, an official from the Centre’s higher education department said it showed students continued with their education online despite the uncertainty. “There is a possibility the vulnerable sections of society in some states may have taken a hit, but better enrolment in other regions may have compensated. Positive initiatives in some states for better coverage of AISHE may have helped in the increase in enrolment. Government scholarships also largely covered the vulnerable section, who were financially hit in the pandemic,” said the official.
NEW DELHI: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will release the Maharashtra Board HSC admit card 2023 today, on January 27, 2023. Students who are going to appear for the Higher Secondary Certificate examinations this year will be able to download the hall ticket through the official website - mahahsscboard.in.The Maharashtra HSC exam is scheduled to commence from February 21 and conclude on March 20, 2023. Maharashtra Board Class 12 exams will be conducted in two shifts - Morning shift from 11 AM to 2 PM whereas evening shift will be conducted from 3 PM to 6 PM.Check official circular for admit card releaseThe detailed Maharashtra HSC date sheet 2023 is available on the official website or check here.Read AlsoMaharashtra Board HSC, SSC 2023 date sheet released on mahahsscboard.in, check timetable hereThe Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has released the date sheet for Maharashtra HSC and SSC board exams. Students can check the schedule for classes 10, 12 on the official website at mahahsscboard.in. As per the schedule, the Maharashtra Board exam forIt shall be noted that school authorities will have to download the admit cards for students and teachers are required to sign all of them and then only give it to the students. Then candidates will have to collect it from their respective schools.In order to download the Maharashtra HSC 2023 admit card online, schools will have to login using Username and Password.Direct link for Institute login windowHow to download Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2023?Step 1: Visit the official website at mahahsscboard.inStep 2: On the homepage, click on the Institute login link for HSC.Step 3: Enter the login details such as User Name and Password.Step 4: Download the Maharashtra Class 12 admit card and sign.It is mandatory for all students to keep a hard copy of the Maharashtra HSC admit card and produce it when asked at the examination centre on the day of exam. For more details, students should keep a check on the official website.
MUMBAI: Around 30 exams scheduled on January 30 have been rescheduled on account of the Maharashtra Legislative Council elections for graduate and teacher constituency. All papers on January 30 will now be conducted on February 7, 2023. The time and venue for all the exams will remain the same. Several teachers’ organizations have been seeking the postponement as they will be participating in the process and would want leave on the day. Exams across faculties such as humanities, law, engineering, science and commerce have been rescheduled. Most exams except for engineering and law are for postgraduate students. MA, M Com, LLM and MSc exams are scheduled on January 30 among others.
MUMBAI: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) has warned students and parents to be wary about fake board websites that have sprung up ahead of the exams. The official account of the board is www.cisce.org. The 2023 ICSE and ISC examinations will start on February 27 and February 13 respectively. Some of the fake sites are: ciscse-gov.in, cis-ce.org and cisce.gov.in. tnn
MUMBAI: The state board has received over 230 ideas and suggestions to curtail malpractices in the HSC and SSC February-March exams. The board had between January 11 and 20 urged students, teachers ect to submit online ideas to curb copying. This is the first time s ideas have been sought from a cross section of people.
Elementary Drawing Exam 2022: The Directorate of Arts, Maharashtra has announced the Elementary Drawing Exam Result 2022 today, on January 19, 2023. Candidates who took the exam can check and download the results from the official websites at dge.doamh.in and doa.maharashtra.gov.in.Candidates can check their result by simply logging in the 'Candidate Seat Number' on the official portal. The result will have the marks scored in various subjects including Memory Drawing, Object Drawing, Design and Plane Geometry & Lettering. The Maharashtra Elementary Drawing Exam was conducted on September 28 and 29, 2022 in two shifts.Important Note: The Intermediate and Elementary Drawing Grade Examination Certificate is available to download in Center & School Login.Elementary Grade Exam Result 2022Candidates can download the Drawing Exam result by following the below mentioned steps.Direct Link: Check Elementary Drawing Exam Result 2022How to check Maharashtra Elementary Exam Result 2022Step 1. Visit the official website at dge.doamh.inStep 2. On the homepage, go to 'Result' and click on the line that reads, "View Elementary Grade Exam Result" Step 3. A new page will open, login using the candidate's seat numberStep 4. Your exam result will open on the screenStep 5. Download and take a printout of the result for future referenceRead AlsoMaharashtra Intermediate Drawing Exam Result 2023 announced on doa.maharashtra.gov.inThe Maharashtra Intermediate Drawing Exam Result 2023 has been announced today, on January 16, 2023. Candidates who took the exam can check their results online at the official website. To check the results, you will need to login using your seat number. Check out the article below for more details.Candidates may note that the Maharashtra Intermediate Drawing Exam 2022 result was released on January 16, 2023. Now, the Directorate of Arts, Maharashtra has announced the result for Elementary Grade Exam-2022.
PUNE: Students in primary schools in rural Maharashtra are struggling in reading and arithmetic according to the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2022 conducted across India in 616 districts with almost seven lakh students participating. The last such survey was in 2018. The study also found that English reading levels have gone up among students in Stds V to VIII.The percentage of students in Stds III to V who can read Std II level textbooks in Marathi dropped from 55.5% in 2018 to 41.4% in 2022. It also fell for Stds VI to VIII from 77.5% to 71% for the two years. In arithmetic, students in Stds III to V who could do simple subtraction came down from 44.8% in 2018 to 34.9% in 2022. Just 30.2 % of pupils in Stds VI to VIII could carry out division when compared to 38.3% in 2018. The setbacks are being attributed to the closure of schools and the shift to online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic peak. Educators have been concerned about loss of learning in young students. Many said it would take years to erase the slate. Eminent mathematician Mangala Narlikar said the findings of ASER are quite depressing. "They were not good for 2018 but with schools shut for Covid-19 for two years, studies have suffered. Not many students had access to cellphones or tablets and the communication on internet is not as satisfactory as in a classroom," she said. Reading and arithmetic, both need a lot of practice with capable and enthusiastic teachers. "Parents too spent more time at home in Covid times, and could have helped children with arithmetic and reading. Local youths can also fill in the gap," she said.Vasant Kalpande, former director of education and an education activist, said even though the state government had launched online learning, it hardly made any impact at the elementary level. He said that students in the 6-14 age group in upper primary classes need a school and a teacher to study, and online classes can only be supplementary to the actual classroom education. "Teachers were also uncomfortable with the online method which affected lesson planning and core academic activities. Education suffered even in schools with the best facilities during the pandemic, so the impact on rural education is even worse. The education department must strengthen its teaching-learning method to tide over the learning loss," Kalpande said.He also said that English reading levels may have gone up due to exposure to cartoons, cellphones and online games. Children are sending messages, and operating cellphones, all of which require them to be conversant with the language, he added.Vikas Garad, former assistant director MSCERT, said the ASER report has always pointed out a high number of students who cannot read or do simple arithmetic. If 60% of students in Std VIII could not do division in 2016, the same students when they appeared for SSC exams in 2018 had a pass percentage of about 89%, Garad said. "Every year, NGOs approach the education department to improve education in the state. Does this mean that none have made the slightest impact ?" he said.The schools fared better on RTE parameters. Many more had drinking water, electricity and computers than they did in 2018. But in other parameters like the midday meal, toilets and libraries, they fared poorer than they had done four years ago.
NEW DELHI: The Directorate of Arts, Maharashtra has announced the Intermediate Drawing Exam Result 2023 today i.e., January 16. Candidates who have appeared in the examination can check and download their results from the official websites - dge.doamh.in or doa.maharashtra.gov.in.Maharashtra Intermediate Drawing Exam 2023 was held on September 30 and October 01, 2022 in offline mode. The examination was conducted for a duration of 02 hours for each shift i.e., from 10:30 AM to 01:30 PM and 02:30 PM to 04:30 PM on both the dates respectively.In order to check the result online, candidates would be required to login using their Seat Numbers.Maharashtra Intermediate Drawing Exam Result 2023Direct link to download resultHow to check Maharashtra Intermediate Drawing Exam Result 2023?Step 1: Visit the official website at dge.doamh.inStep 2: On the homepage, tap on Result.Step 3: You will be redirected to another window.Step 4: Now click on the link available for Intermediate Result.Step 5: Enter your Hall Ticket Number and Submit.Step 6: Your Maha intermediate drawing result 2023 will be displayed on the screen.Step 7: Download the same and get a hard copy for further references.All those candidates who qualify the examination will be able to get their certificates from the admitted institution. For more related information and details candidates are advised to visit the official website.
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CGSOS Class 10, 12 datesheet 2023: The Chhattisgarh State Open School (CGSOS) board today released the board exams datesheet for classes 10, 12. Candidates can download the exam schedule from the official website – sos.cg.gov.inAs per the schedule, the higher secondary exams will be held from March 26 to May 2 and the high school exams will be held from April 1 and May 2. Read |New NCERT manual on transgender students silent on caste, patriarchyThe exams will be conducted from 8:45 am to 11:45 am. Students have to take their seats by 8:30 am in the exam hall post which the answer sheets will be distributed at 8:35 am. Candidates will be given 10 minutes time to read the question paper from 8:35 am to 8:45 am. Meanwhile, CGBSE has also released the board exams time table for regular students. Class 10 (high school) exams will begin from March 2, 2023 and will conclude on March 24, 2023. Class 12 (higher secondary) will commence March 1, 2023 and conclude on March 31, 2023. As per the schedule, the higher secondary exams will be held from March 26 to May 2 and the high school exams will be held from April 1 and May 2. Read |New NCERT manual on transgender students silent on caste, patriarchyThe exams will be conducted from 8:45 am to 11:45 am. Students have to take their seats by 8:30 am in the exam hall post which the answer sheets will be distributed at 8:35 am. Candidates will be given 10 minutes time to read the question paper from 8:35 am to 8:45 am. Meanwhile, CGBSE has also released the board exams time table for regular students. Class 10 (high school) exams will begin from March 2, 2023 and will conclude on March 24, 2023. Class 12 (higher secondary) will commence March 1, 2023 and conclude on March 31, 2023. The exams will be conducted from 8:45 am to 11:45 am. Students have to take their seats by 8:30 am in the exam hall post which the answer sheets will be distributed at 8:35 am. Candidates will be given 10 minutes time to read the question paper from 8:35 am to 8:45 am. Meanwhile, CGBSE has also released the board exams time table for regular students. Class 10 (high school) exams will begin from March 2, 2023 and will conclude on March 24, 2023. Class 12 (higher secondary) will commence March 1, 2023 and conclude on March 31, 2023. Meanwhile, CGBSE has also released the board exams time table for regular students. Class 10 (high school) exams will begin from March 2, 2023 and will conclude on March 24, 2023. Class 12 (higher secondary) will commence March 1, 2023 and conclude on March 31, 2023.
IGNOU June TEE 2022: Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) released June Term End Examination (TEE) 2022 datesheet. The exam for online courses will begin on January 23 and will end on February 10. Candidates can check the date sheet at the official site of IGNOU — ignou.ac.in.The IGNOU June TEE examination will be conducted in two shifts, the first shift will be conducted from 10 am to 1 pm and the second shift will be conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm. The exam dates have been released for all programmes. For more details check the official website of IGNOU — ignou.ac.in.IGNOU June TEE 2022 datesheet: how to checkStep 1: Visit the official site of IGNOU — ignou.ac.in.Step 2: Click on IGNOU June TEE 2022 datesheet link available on the home page.Step 3: A new PDF file will open where candidates can check the exam dates.Step 4: Download the page and keep a hard copy of the same for further need.The last date to apply for June 2022 TEE for online programmes is till January 20, 2023. For more related details candidates can check the official site of IGNOU — ignou.ac.in.
NAGPUR: Campus recruitments at engineering colleges in Vidarbha are witnessing poor show on both fronts — performance of students in job interviews and presence of big companies for the 2023 batch. Though most of the students have high scores in university exams, which were held in online mode due to Covid, they have been unsuccessful in clearing the screening tests of the recruiters. The number of jobs too have shrunken because of recession in the US.The slowdown has kept away big IT players, who had been hiring in bulk over the years from these colleges. The limited number of jobs on offer too are not exciting the students, who are weighing their options. Sentiments are down with reports of some IT companies not giving joining dates after holding placement drives in these colleges. Retrenchment too has been going on in a big way, said training and placement officers of some colleges.A Pune company had hired good number of students, but didn’t give joining date though it had put rider on recruits to not appear before other companies. “The students lost a second chance and are once again jobless,” said a professor.Besides quality of manpower, recession in the US has been largely blamed for fewer jobs this season.On Monday, over 500 mechanical and electrical branch students from 52 engineering colleges in Nagpur, Amravati, Chandrapur and other parts of Vidarbha appeared for job interviews in the city. A turbine manufacturer from Bengaluru was the sole recruiter for the day. Polytechnic students from the two branches too joined the drive.“There is a drop in the aptitude and IQ levels of students post-Covid. These students have good scores in their exams. They appeared unprepared for the interviews. Recruiters are considering this fact as they too need manpower, but there is a limit to lowering the standard,” said vice-principal of the host college, calling it ‘corona effect’. Asked how many jobs were offered, the vice-principal said, “Not more than 10 would get placed.”A recruitment cell head from Amravati said, “Big IT companies like Capgemini, Cognizant, Accenture and even local ones like Persistent and Infocepts were missing from the drive.”Another placement cell head from a college near Fetri on Katol Road said, “Although numbers are less this year, blue chip companies are still going to their regular hiring partner colleges. Beside, small and mid-sized companies still have requirement and are coming to our campus for hiring.”vidar