MSBTE Result 2022 declared for Non AICTE short term course at msbte.org.in, check direct link

Times of India | 2 weeks ago | 22-09-2022 | 11:17 am

MSBTE Result 2022 declared for Non AICTE short term course at msbte.org.in, check direct link

MSBTE Result 2022: The Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education, MSBTE has declared the result for Non-AICTE for short term Courses. The candidates, who had appeared in the examination, can now check and download their result from the official website - msbte.org.inNon AICTE courses exams were scheduled to be conducted from July 18 to August 5, 2022 by MSBTE. The candidates would require to enter their username and password to access their results. Here's the direct link to check MSBTE NON AICTE Result 2022The authorities released the official notification that states, "You are hereby informed that through the Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education as per the above referenced Circular. Result of summer-2022 examination of the student in Government recognized short term course (Non AICTE) conducted. It has been announced on the website of the Board on 21/09/2022." The candidates can check their MSBTE Result for Non AICTE by following few simple steps given below :-Step 1. Visit the official website--msbte.org.in Step 2. Click on the link that reads, "Summer 2022 Exam result declaration for Government Approved Short Term (Non-AICTE) Courses. (Marathi)", available on the homepage. Step 3. It will redirect to the new page. Step 4. Enter the required login credentials - Username and Password. Step 5. The MSBTE Result will be displayed on the screen. Step 6. The candidates can download their MSBTE result 2022 and take a print out of it for future reference.

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The Indian Express | 12 hours ago | 07-10-2022 | 03:45 am
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External and private student candidates registering for the HSC and SSC examinations in February-March 2023, which are to be conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), faced a hurdle while filling up their examination application forms after several of them were asked to pay additional fees by the contact centres at their preferred schools or junior colleges. External and private students can register for the examinations through Form no 17, which is also useful for ones who have left school because of social, economic, family or personal problems.“I had filled out the form online and also paid the required examination fees by visiting a cyber cafe. When I went to a junior college to submit my forms for the process of verification, I was asked to pay Rs 6,000 straight up. I could not pay the fee and ended up going to another junior college in Nana Peth. 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HSC and SSC exams 2023: Candidates asked to pay more to submit forms for preferred institutions
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The Indian Express | 12 hours ago | 07-10-2022 | 03:45 am
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Amid the ongoing chaos of post-graduation (PG) admissions for medical seats in Maharashtra conducted by the Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell, mass emails and letters have been sent by aggrieved candidates and their parents to authorities. They are demanding cancellation of the first round of allotment after discovering that as many as 400 seats were missing from the list.Demanding to scrap the first round of seat allotment, one of the letters by the candidates states, “Students have felt cheated and have doubts about fraud being played on them by authorities with hidden agenda of trying to fill seats in deemed and all-India quota first with high scorers by creating such artificial shortage of approved seats. It looks like it’s a ploy so state seats can be allocated to favour lower-scorers, once the round one cut-off date to withdraw seats ends on October 10.”The letter, by aggrieved students and parents, has been sent to the Commissioner of CET Cell, Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER), and Medical Education Minister Girish Mahajan.However, CET Cell Commissioner Mahendra Warbhuvan said, “Medical PG admissions will continue as per schedule. The letter does not change anything.”When asked if the reduced 400 seats are going to be opened for round two, Warbhuvan said, “There is no clarity about it yet.”After the first round of seat allotment on Tuesday, candidates of medical PG admissions cried foul as the number of seats allotted in this round was lower than the number of seats declared under the seat matrix. There was no allotment for a total 400 seats, including government as well as private medical colleges. While the CET Cell issued a notice regarding this, stating that these seats have been removed from the total pool as they still await some necessary permissions, candidates said it was suspicious that a significant chunk of seats was kept out of allotments.Students had questioned the reasoning of the CET Cell, as most of those seats are in government medical colleges that already have required approvals. It has also led to added worry over securing a good medical PG seat, due to additional riders this year such as limited options to seek a better seat.

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Times of India | 2 days ago | 05-10-2022 | 02:24 pm
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The Indian Express | 2 days ago | 05-10-2022 | 11:45 am
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“It is imperative to give women independence to work and equal rights in all spheres,” Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Wednesday at its annual Dussehra event in Maharashtra’s Nagpur.“So, beginning with changes within our own families, we will have to take it to society through the organisation. Until women’s equal participation is ensured, the efforts aimed at the progress of the country will not be successful,” Bhagwat said in his speech.The RSS had invited mountaineer Santosh Yadav to be the chief guest at the event.“The presence of women who have been achievers, part of the intelligentsia and source of inspiration in RSS functions has been a norm in the Sangh since the time of Doctor Saab (Dr K B Hedgewar). Anusiyabai Kale was present at our event at that time. Then, the chief of the Indian Women’s Conference, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, has also been part of our shivir (camp). 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But in every work, men and women come together and complement each other,” Bhagwat said.If society has to be organised, women and their “maternal power” cannot be ignored, Bhagwat said. “We need to strengthen them. We call them mother, we imagine them as jagat janani (creators of the universe). But while imagining these things, I don’t know what crept into us that we limited their sphere of activity. And later when foreign invaders came, these restrictions got legitimacy. The invaders went away but we continued with the restrictions. We never liberated them,” he pointed out.“That we imagine them as creators of the universe is good. But because of that, we must keep them locked in the prayer room, [that] is not good,” Bhagwat said. “We either lock them in the prayer room or brand them as second class and shut them in the house. Doing away with this, we need to make them active by giving them equal rights in the domestic and public sphere and independence in decision-making,” he added.The RSS chief said that in 2017, its women workers conducted a survey of ‘maternal power’ in the country. The sample included women from all walks of life and the survey was inaugurated by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Bhagwat said. “The outcome of the survey was that whatever a man can do, a woman can do as well. But everything that women can do, men cannot. So it is imperative to give women independence to work and equal rights in all spheres. So, beginning with changes within our own families, we will have to take it to society, through the organisation. Until women’s equal participation is ensured, the efforts aimed at the progress of the country will not be successful,” Bhagwat added.#WATCH | Population imbalance leads to changes in geographical boundaries… Population control & religion-based population balance is an imp subject that can no longer be ignored…So a holistic population policy should be brought & should be equally applicable to all: RSS chief pic.twitter.com/hYU6itnO47— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2022The RSS chief also flagged the need for a “comprehensive population control policy” that applies to all “equally”, adding it was in the national interest to keep an eye on “population imbalance”.“There should be a comprehensive population control policy, which should apply to all equally, and once it is put in motion, no one should get any concessions,” Bhagwat said.On why such a policy is needed, Bhagwat said, “A few years ago, the fertility rate was 2.1. We did better than the world expected and we have come down to 2. But coming further down could be detrimental. Children learn social behaviour in the family and for that, you need numbers in the family. You need people of your age, you need those elder to you, and also those younger. When population stops increasing, societies disappear, and languages disappear.”Elaborating on the need to make the New Education Policy (NEP) a success, he said: “We keep lamenting that our mother tongues are suffering. Now there is a New Education Policy that promotes education in mother tongues. But are we sending our children to institutes that offer education in our mother tongues? There is a myth that one requires English education to achieve a good career. That’s not true. If we observe the top people in the country, almost 80 per cent of them studied in institutes that offered education in their mother tongues till the completion of matriculation. Despite this and the NEP, if we don’t send our children to schools that teach in our mother tongues, will this policy ever succeed?”“As long as parents keep teaching their children that the aims of their lives are to study, whether they like it or not, and earn good money, we will not have cultured and responsible citizens in the country. They will just become money-making machines,” Bhagwat added.He also urged the people to focus on their health and wellness and maintain cleanliness around them rather than just expecting the government to provide better healthcare facilities after they fall ill.

Give women independence to work, equal rights: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat at Dussehra event in Nagpur