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Sunday, 2 August 2020

Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020 Apply Online For SSC Delhi Police Constable Vacancy

Name of Job Post: SSC Delhi Police Constable Executive Online Form 2020

Post Date: 02 August 2020 

Short Information : Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has Recently Invited to Online Application Form for the Post of Constable Executive Delhi Police (5846 Post) Recruitment 2020. Those Candidates Who are Interested to this Vacancy and Have All Eligibility Criteria Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply Online.

SSC Delhi Police Constable (Executive) Male, Female Recruitment 2020

Delhi Police Constable Application Fee

  • General, OBC, EWS : Rs. 100/-
  • SC, ST Candidates : Rs. 0/-

Delhi Police Constable Important Dates

  • Online Application Start : 01 August 2020
  • Registration Last Date : 07 September 2020
  • Fee Payment Last Date : 09 September 2020
  • Fee Payment Last Date (Offline) : 14 September 2020
  • CBT Exam Date : 27 Nov. to 14 December 2020
  • Admit Card Available : November 2020

Delhi Police Constable Payment Mode

  • Pay Exam Fee through Credit Card, Debit Card, Net Banking, SBI E Challan Fee Mode.

Delhi Police Constable Age Limit as on 01/07/2020

  • Min. Age : 18 Yrs.
  • Max. Age : 25 Yrs.
  • Read the Notification for Age Relaxation.

Delhi Police Constable Eligibility Details

  • Candidates Passed Class 12th (Intermediate) Exam from Recognized Board in India.
  • Male Candidates must have Valid LMV Driving License.
  • Read the Notification for More Details.

Delhi Police Constable Vacancy Details

  • Total Vacancy : 5846 Post

How to Apply to Delhi Police Constable Recruitment 2020?

  1. First read the Notification for More Details about Delhi Police Constable  Recruitment.
  2. All Interested Candidates can Apply Online from 01/08/2020 to 07/09/2020.
  3. Kindly Fill Your Basic Details and Upload Your Photo, Sign, ID Proof and Other Documents.
  4. Check Your full Details Preview Before Submit Application Form.
  5. Pay Required Application Fee to Complete Form. If Fees are Asked.
  6. Take a Print Out of Submit Final Form for Further Process. 


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Thursday, 30 July 2020

Allahabad High Court Group D Final Result 2020: Check Download Link Allahabad HC (UP) Result

Name of Post: Allahabad HC UP Various Group D Final Result 2020

Post Update Date: 29 July 2020 |

Short Information : High Court of Judicature at Allahabad (UP) Are Recently Uploaded Final Result for The Recruitment Post of Group D (01/2018) Other Various in Civil Court Examination 2017. Those Candidates Who have Appeared in this Recruitment Exam Can Download Final Result.

High Court of Judicature at Allahabad Clerk Group D Stage II Result 2018

Important Dates

  • Online Application Start : 02 August 2017
  • Last Date For Apply Online : 22 August 2017
  • Last Date For Fee Payment : 22 August 2017
  • Driver, Steno Exam Date : 08 October 2017
  • Admit Card Available : 28 September 2017
  • Other Post Exam Date : 12 November 2017
  • Other Post Admit Card : 04 November 2017
  • Driver, Steno Answer Key Will be Available : 06 November 2017
  • Clerk Answer Key Available : 04 January 2018
  • Revised Answer Key Available : 19 March 2018
  • Result Available : 24 May 2018
  • Stage II Exam Date: 22-26 July 2018
  • Stage II Admit Card : 16 July 2018
  • Stage II Answer key : 16 August 2018
  • Stage II Admit Card Steno. : 13 September 2018
  • Stage II Answer Key : 15 September 2018
  • Stage II Result (Post code 04) : 16 November 2018
  • Driving Test Admit Card : 20 November 2018
  • Final Result (Driver) : 07 February 2019
  • Group D Final Result : 17 February 2019
  • Clerk Final Result : 18 February 2019
  • Final Result (Driver) : 08 March 2019
  • Revised Answer Key (Post Code 04) : 01 April 2019
  • District Allotment Result (Clerk) : 02 April 2019
  • District Allotment Result (Steno.) : 16 May 2019
  • Cutoff Marks (All Post) : 13 July 2019
  • Interview Letter (Advt. 01/2018) : 11 June 2020
  • Final Result (Advt. 01/2018) : 29 July 2020

Application Fee

  • Post Code : 01 & 02
  • General & OBC Candidates : Rs. 750/-
  • SC & ST Candidates : Rs. 500/-
  • Post Code : 03 & 04
  • General & OBC Candidates : Rs. 500/-
  • SC & ST Candidates : Rs. 350/-

Payment Mode

  • Pay the Examination Through Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking / E Challan Fee Mode.

Age Limit as on 01/07/2016

  1. Minimum Age : 18 Years.
  2. Maximum Age : 40 Years.
  3. Age Relaxation Extra as Per Rules.

Vacancy Details | Eligibility

Total Vacancy : 4386 Post


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Thursday, 11 June 2020

Maharashtra Governor urges students to know about spiritual intelligence - education

Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Thursday said that the world was moving towards Artificial Intelligence (AI), but students should also acquire the knowledge of ‘spiritual intelligence’.

He also said that educational institutions will have to combine innovation and incubation with research and invention to become centers of excellence.

He was speaking while inaugurating HSNC Cluster University, a public-private partnership (PPP) initiative of the Hyderabad Sind National Collegiate (HSNC) Board and the Maharashtra government, via video-conference.

“The world is moving towards Artificial Intelligence,” the governor said, and urged the students to also acquire the knowledge of ‘adhyatmik’ (spiritual) intelligence, which is the “core heritage of the country”.

Recalling the words of Swami Vivekananda on education, the governor said students should endeavour to awaken the divinity and perfection within them through acquisition of knowledge.

He also said that all stakeholders need to work with coordination, dedication and discipline to improve the standards of higher education.

Koshyari said that the central government was keen on good colleges forming cluster universities.

“Such clusters would enable best colleges to become centres of excellence,” he said.

The governor complimented the HSNC Board for forming the cluster university comprising K C College, H R College and the Bombay Teachers’ Training College.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who also attended the ceremony, lauded the HSNC Cluster University for offering choice-based courses in music, dance, art and other subjects.

“Art is an essential component of life…Art makes learning pleasurable and delightful. If I had not become chief minister, I would have become an artist. In fact, I am chief minister because I am an artist,” he said.

Thackeray described knowledge as an essential requirement of life.

“Therefore imparting education must be continued using technological tools even during calamity situations,” he said.

Maharashtra Minister of Higher Education Uday Samant said the government was considering a proposal to convert the Sir J J School of Art into a university.

He said the government was also considering a plan of creating vertical universities.

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NIRF Rankings 2020: IITs, IIMs and Delhi colleges dominate HRD Ministry’s India Rankings list - education

IIT Madras was again chosen as the top institution to study in the country while Bangalore based Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and IIT Delhi bagged the second and the third spot in the India Rankings 2020, the HRD ministry’s rankings of Indian colleges and universities.

Seven IITs, including the ones in Bombay, Kharagpur, Kanpur, Guwahati and Roorkee, featured in the overall top ten list with the IISc, Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and Benaras Hindu University (BHU) being the three non-IITs who made it.

HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank announced the results of the rankings which are brought out every year by his ministry. IIT Madras was the top institution in the overall category in last year’s rankings as well.

Category wise, among universities, the top three positions went to IISc, JNU and BHU followed by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore (fourth), Jadavpur University (fifth), University of Hyderabad (sixth), Calcutta University (seventh) and Manipal Academy of Higher Education (eighth positions).

Savitribai Phule Pune University was at the ninth position while Jamia Millia Islamia stood at the tenth spot.

Delhi University and Anna University, which have been chosen to be a part of the government’s Institute of Eminence programme, stood at the eleventh and twelfth spots.

Among management institutions, the dominance of IIMs was similar to dominance of the IITs in the overall list (and also in the list of engineering institutions).

The three older IIMs, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Calcutta garnered the top three spots. The IIM at Lucknow followed by IIT Kharagpur took the fourth and fifth spots. IIM Kozhikode and Indore were sixth and seventh. IIT Delhi got the eighth spot in the discipline of management. Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur and Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon got the ninth and tenth spots.

In the colleges list, those from Delhi, especially the women’s colleges stood out.

Miranda House was chosen as the country’s best college followed by Lady Shri Ram College for Women. The Hindu College stood at the third position followed by its north campus neighbour St Stephen’s. Presidency College from Chennai stood at the fifth spot followed by Loyola College in the same city. St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata stood seventh while Ramakrishna Mission Vidyamandira, Howrah was chosen as the eight best college in the country in the HRD ministry rankings.

Hans Raj College Delhi was at the ninth position while PSGR Krishnammal College for Women, Coimbatore stood at the tenth position.

In the Engineering category it was IITs all the way. The IITs at Madras, Delhi, Bombay, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Roorkee, Guwahati, Hyderabad and Indore bagged nine of the ten positions. NIT Tiruchirappalli was the only non-IIT in the list.

Among medical institutions,AIIMS Delhi was chose the top college followed by PGI, Chandigarh and CMC, Vellore. National Law School, Bengaluru was chosen as the best Law college followed by National Law University, Delhi and NALSAR, Hyderabad.

In the pharmacy category, the topper was Jamia Hamdard in Delhi followed by Panjab University, Chandigarh. The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Mohali stood in the third position.

The IITs of Roorkee and Kharagpur and NIT Calicut were the top three architecture colleges. Delhi’s Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Manipal Institute of Dental Sciences and Dr D Y Patil Vidyapeeth Pune were the top three in the newly introduced Dental Colleges category.

Prof. Bhaskar Ramamurthi, Director, IIT Madras, said, “We are delighted to maintain our top position for the fifth time running (in the engineering category) and ever since the NIRF rankings were launched. This is the result of the excellent work of our faculty, students and staff, and we look forward to continue on the path of excellence in the coming years and make a mark nationally and internationally.”

HRD minister Pokhriyal said that these rankings acts as a guide to students for selection of universities based on a set of criteria and helps universities to improve their performance. Minister of State for HRD Sanjay Dhotre said participation in such ranking framework shows the confidence of the institution.

The ranking framework evaluates institutions on five parameters: Teaching, Learning and Resources (TLR), Research and Professional Practice (RP), Graduation Outcomes (GO), Outreach and Inclusivity (OI) and Perception (PR).

A total 3771 institutions offered themselves for ranking under “Overall”, category-specific and domain-specific rankings for India Rankings 2020. In all, 5805 applications for ranking were made by these 3771 unique applicant institutions, which include 294 Universities, 1071 Engineering Institutions, 630 Management Institutions, 334 Pharmacy Institutions, 97 Law Institutions, 118 Medical Institutions, 48 Architecture Institutions and 1659 General Degree Colleges. Number of unique applicants to India Rankings have increased from 3127 in 2019 to 3771 in 2020.  

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Schools, parents have increased role to play to ensure kids’ mental health during Covid-19: Experts - education

Schools and parents have bigger roles to play with kids being home-bound due to the COVID-19 pandemic so that the mental health issues arising due to outdoor activities being restricted can be addressed, according to experts.

Samir Parikh, director, Department of Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences, Fortis Hospital, has pointed out that the prevailing uncertainty surrounding the ongoing pandemic can give rise to feelings of stress and anxiety in adults and children alike.

“The lack of outdoor physical activity may lead children to feel more restless. The inability to meet and interact with peers may also create feelings of loneliness and isolation. In these times, it is important to allow children the space to express their thoughts and feelings and for adults to talk to children about the situation, but in a manner that is age-appropriate,” he said.

“It is recommended for parents to help provide a sense of normalcy in a child’s life by incorporating a structure and routine. Alongside, efforts should be made to encourage a sense of positivity. Help children see this as an opportunity to pick up a new skill or engage in a new hobby. Spend quality time as a family — have conversations over meals, play board games, revisit old photo albums or watch television together. Setting up interactions with friends through video-conference should also be encouraged,” Parikh added.

Universities and schools across the country have been closed since March 16, when the Centre announced a nationwide classroom shutdown as part of a slew of measures to contain the COVID-19 outbreak.

A 21-day nationwide lockdown was announced on March 24, which came into effect the next day. While the government has announced easing of certain restrictions, the schools and colleges continue to remain closed.

“It is important for schools to hold both structured and unstructured conversations around the pandemic and lockdown to allow the students the opportunity to express their concerns and use this time as a learning opportunity. Ensuring regular interactions with peers and teachers plays a significant role in helping children adjust with the transition as is being expected at these unprecedented times,” Parikh said.

According to Sushant Kalra, founder, Parvarish, an institute of parenting, children who are very high on physical, mental and emotional energy are not getting any outlet to express.

“Being confined to their homes without connecting with their peers, not being able to play, study, enjoy, eat, meet, celebrate, have bottled them up. The charged vibes from the adults in the family is adding to the unhealthy environment.

“A critical aspect of supporting children is to up the level of focus on the mental and emotional health of children and parents. Mental and emotional health has always taken a back seat when it comes to acquiring the necessary skills and even to acknowledge the need for the same. Also, the focus on nurturing life skills and competencies of children needs to be built into the curriculum,” he added.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has started a mental health helpline for students and live fitness sessions for children to keep them active during the pandemic.

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AP Inter Results 2020 Date and Time: Andhra intermediate results to be declared tomorrow - education

AP Inter Results 2020 Date and Time: The Board of Intermediate Education Andhra Pradesh (BIEAP) will declare the Andhra Pradesh inter exam results 2020 on Friday, June 12. The results will be announced for first and second-year students at 4pm.

Students who have appeared in the AP inter exam will be able to check their results online at after it is declared.

Last year, a total of 10,17,600 students appeared in the exams, in which 5,07,302 appeared for the Ist year and 5,10,298 appeared for the IInd year. The pass percentage was 60% for the 1st year and 72% for 2nd year.

AP Intermediate Results 2020: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website at

Step 2: Click on the link active for AP Inter Results 2020

Step 3: Key in your roll number and other details and log in

Step 4: The AP Intermediate Result 2020 will appear on the display screen

Step 5: Download the AP Inter Results Marksheet and take its print out for future references.

The announcement of AP 1st year Inter Results and AP 2nd Year Inter Results 2020 has been delayed this year due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

Meanwhile, Andhra education minister A Suresh has announced that Class 10 exams will be held as scheduled from July 3. No cancellation, unlike in Telangana.

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NIRF India Rankings 2020: Here’s list of top dental institutes in India - education

NIRF India Rankings 2020: Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Delhi has topped the list of dental institutes in the county, in the National Institutional Ranking Framework list of 2020, released by the Human Resource Development Minister, Dr. Ramesh Pokriyal on Thursday. This is the first time that dental colleges have been ranked under NIRF.

Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Udupi came at the second place in the list, while Dr. D Y Patil Vidyapith stood at the third place. The fourth, fifth, and sixth spots were secured by Saveetha Institute of Medical and Technical Sciences Chennai, A. B. S. M. Institute of Dental Sciences Mangaluru, and Manipal College of Dental Sciences Mangalore respectively. Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education And Research Chennai, Nair Hospital Dental College Mumbai, SRM Dental College Chennai, and JSS Dental College and Hospital Mysuru bagged the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth spots respectively.

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has topped the list of higher education institutes. IISc Bengaluru has clinched second and IIT-Delhi has been ranked third in the HRD ministry’s national ranking of higher institutes. 

Miranda House of Delhi University has secured the top rank among colleges in India for the fourth consecutive year in the NIRF Rankings 2020. The institute scored 77.23 out of 100 to emerge as the top college followed by Lady Shri Ram College for Women and Hindu College (Delhi University) in the second and third places respectively.

The AIIMS New Delhi has been named the foremost medical sciences institute in the country. National Law School of India University, Bengaluru has topped the list for ‘Law’ Discipline.

Among the pharmacy institutes, Jamia Hamdard has come out as the leader.

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NIRF Ranking 2020: IIT Roorkee stands 1st in citations per faculty - education

Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee secured first position among the IITs in the Citations per Faculty parameter in the QS World University Rankings published on Wednesday, a statement said.

The Institute secured the first position among IITs in the International Students parameter as well, it said.

The high score (92.7) on citations per faculty puts IIT Roorkee in the league of the top 20 universities worldwide and reflects the high impact research carried out by faculty in their respective research areas, the statement said.

QS Rankings classified IIT Roorkee as a “historic” public institution with “very high” focus in “research intensity” as the strongest indicator for the institute, it said.

Overall, IIT Roorkee has retained its national and global ranking as in the previous year. It is ranked 6th among IITs and 383 globally, the statement said.

“We are glad on securing the 1st position among IITs in the citations per faculty score. It is the result of dedication and the high priority on research placed by faculty members and students of the institute,” Director IIT, Roorkee Ajit Chaturvedi said.

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Uttarakhand Boards 2020: Confusion prevails among students in containment zones - education

As Uttarakhand government released the date sheet for the remaining board exams to be held from June 22-25, confusion still prevails among students who live in containment zones.

RK Kunwar, director for school education department said that the board examination dates were changed from June 20-23 to June 22-25 Tuesday as the state government has decided to keep everything shut on weekends in Dehradun and one of the earlier dates was falling on a weekend.

“With everything being closed in Dehradun, it would be difficult for teachers and students to reach the examination centers so we decided to change the dates. Officials are still discussing on what exactly will be done for students who stay in containment zones so that they do not face any difficulty in reaching the exam center. For now, as per the instructions of the central government, exam centers will not be set up in containment zones,” said Kunwar.

Speaking on arrangements at the examination center, Kunwar said, “Keeping social and physical distancing in mind we have doubled the number of rooms being used in every examination center. Students have also been asked to reach the examination center one hour before the scheduled exam time so that it can be ensured that each and every student has sanitised their hands, their temperatures are checked, are wearing masks and seated properly following physical distancing.”

He further added that if it is found during thermal scanning that the temperature of any student is above normal, then “instead of making them feel scared, special counsellors will talk to the students to make them feel comfortable and they would be made to sit in a separate room for writing the examination.”

“We do not want the student to panic or get scared in such a situation which in turn affects his/her performance in the examination. We will make sure that all students are made to feel comfortable while writing the exam,” added the director for school education.

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NIRF Rankings 2020 released, IIT Madras is the top institute in India - education

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras has topped the list of higher education institutes in the overall category, in the National Institutional Rankings Framework list 2020, released by the Minister of Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal on Thursday.

IISc Bengaluru has bagged the second place in the list while IIT Delhi stood at the third place.

Among the colleges, Delhi University’s Miranda House has topped the national ranking of colleges while LSR has bagged second place and Hindu college has come third.

Among Universities, the top place has gone to IISc Bengaluru, Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University has got the second place while the Banaras Hindu University has bagged the third spot.

Among management institutes, IIM Ahmedabad is on the top of the list , followed by IIM Bangalore and IIM Calcutta in the second and third place respectively.

In the pharmacy category, the top institute is Jamia Hamdard in Delhi followed by Panjab University, Chandigarh. The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Research, Mohali stood in the third position.

In the Medical colleges category, AIIMS Delhi was the college which rather predictably got the top spot followed by PGI, Chandigarh and CMC, Vellore.

National Law College, Bengaluru was chosen as the best Law college followed by National Law University, Delhi and NALSAR, Hyderabad.

Minister of State Sanjay Dhotre, chairman of AICTE Anil Saharsrabudhe and UGC chairman DP Singh were also present during this occasion. The rankings were released online through webcast on Twitter account of the HRD Minister.

NIRF Rankings 2020: Latest Updates

In 2019 NIRF rankings, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras topped the list of higher education institutes in the overall category. IISc Bengaluru clinched the second place in the list, while IIT Delhi bagged the third place. The fourth, fifth and sixth place was bagged by IIT Bombay, IIT Kharagpur and IIT Kanpur. JNU, New Delhi, IIT Roorkee, IIT Guwahati and Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Varanasi bagged the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth spot respectively.

(With inputs from Amandeep Shukla)

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NIRF India Rankings 2020: Full list of top institutes in India, check here - education

Union HRD Minister DR Ramesh Pokhriyal on Thursday released the NIRF Rankings 2020. The Education Minister along with Minister of State Sanjay Dhotre, chairman of AICTE Anil Saharsrabudhe and UGC chairman DP Singh announced the ranking through webcast on his Twitter account.

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has topped the list of higher education institutes in the overall category, in the National Institutional Rankings Framework list 2020.

NIRF Rankings 2020: Latest Updates here

IISc Bengaluru has bagged the second place in the list while IIT Delhi stood at the third place. Among the colleges, Delhi University’s Miranda House has topped the national ranking of colleges while LSR has bagged second place and Hindu college has come third.

The AIIMS New Delhi has been named the foremost medical sciences institute in the country. National Law School of India University, Bengaluru has topped the list for ‘Law’ Discipline. National Law University Delhi has bagged the second rank followed by NLU Hyderabad.

Among the pharmacy institutes, Jamia Hmdard has come out as the leader, with IIM Ahmedabad being ranked the top most among management institutes.

In Dental colleges, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Scinces has bagged the first position. This is the first time that dental colleges have been ranked under NIRF.

Full list here:

Overall Category: IIT Madras, IISc Banglore, IIT Delhi

University category: IISc Bangalore, JNU New Delhi, BHU Varanasi

Engineering Category: IIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay

Management Category: IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Bangalore, IIM Calcutta

Pharmacy Discipline: Jamia Hamdard Universitt, Punjab University, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Mohali

Colleges category: Miranda house DU, LSR for women DU and Hindu college DU.

Medical Discipline: AIIMS, New Delhi, PGIMER Chandigarh, Christian Medical College, Bangalore

Law Discipline: National Law School of India University, Bengaluru, NLU New Delhi, Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad

Architecture Discipline: IIT Kharagpur, IIT Roorkee, NIT Calicut

Dental College: Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Science, Manipal College of Dental Science, Dr DY Patil Vidyapith Pune

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QS Rankings: 2 IITs, IISc Bengaluru among top 200 in World University Rankings - education

Two Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) — Delhi and Bombay — and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru have maintained their positions in the top 200 in the QS World University Rankings despite losing some points.

In the 2021 QS rankings announced in London on Wednesday, IIT Bombay continues to be the best-ranked Indian institute at 172, notwithstanding a 20-slot dip from the 2020 ranking when it was at 152. IIT Delhi, at 182 last year, is now ranked 193.

IISc fell in the rankings by one spot from 184 to 185. In total, 21 Indian higher education institutions have found place among the world’s top 1,000. Of the 21 universities, 14 have fallen in the rank over the past 12 months, while four have improved their position.

Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, has been ranked 470 globally, an improvement of 21 places from last year when it was at 491.

“Though India’s universities have dropped as a group this year, this is because of other universities across the world making increasingly-intense efforts to enhance their educational offerings,” said Ben Sowter, the Director of Research at QS.

“To regain the lost ground, Indian higher education must find ways of increasing teaching capacity, and of attracting more talented students and faculty from across the world to study in India. There is plenty of potential, and there are pockets of excellence, within the Indian system,” Sowter added.

The QS Rankings is the second consecutive international list where Indian universities have fared poorly compared to 2020. Last week, the Times Higher Education (THE) Asia University rankings also showed that Indian institutes have slipped in their standings.

IIT Delhi Director V Ramgopal Rao, however, said the rankings should be viewed in a different context.

“The character of our institutions is different. Also, it is a marathon we are running, not a 100-mt race. This is a very dicey and a non-transparent metric. Also, we are known in India. But international reputation needs an altogether different strategy. We need a global campaign for education like what the country has done with ‘Incredible India’ for tourism,” Rao said.

“Need to hire a brand building agency and aggressively campaign our Study in India initiatives, highlighting the achievements of IITs and our top institutions. Also, perception-based scores by these agencies are open to a lot of fallacies and other considerations. We have all had issues with this,” he added.

The HRD Ministry’s National Institute Ranking Framework (NIRF) will be announced on Thursday. The rankings are usually announced in April but had to be postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) said it has maintained its position for third consecutive year in the coveted rankings.  It said it has been ranked at 15th among Indian institutions including IISc and IITs and at sixth position among universities in India.

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RBSE 10th, 12th admit card 2020 released, here’s the direct link to download - education

RBSE 10th, 12th admit card 2020: Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has released the hall tickets or admit card for the remaining RBSE board examinations for class 10th and 12th on Wednesday, June 10.

RBSE will conduct Class 12 examination from June 18 to 30, while the class 10 exams will be held from June 27 to 30.

School Principal will have to login on the website at using their school login ID and password to download the admit cards of students and then provide them the hardcopy of it.

According to media reports, the Rajasthan board examination centres have been increased to follow the social distancing guidelines issued by the central government. The remaining examinations will be held across 6201 examination centres. Earlier, the board had 5680 examination centres.

Direct link to download RBSE 10th, 12th admit card 2020


RBSE 10th Datesheet 2020

29 June Social Science

30 June – Maths

RBSE 12th Datesheet 2020

18 June Maths

19 June Information Technology and Programming

22 June Geography

23 June Home Science

24 June Painting

25 June Hindi, Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Rajasthani and other language exams

26 June Sanskrit

27 June English Literature

29 June Dance and other vocational subjects

30 June Psychology

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Wednesday, 10 June 2020

NIRF Ranking 2020 Latest Updates: MHRD to release ranking of Indian universities today - education

Union Human Resource Development minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will on Thursday release the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) Ranking 2020 at 12 noon. HRD minister will be live through webcast on his Twitter page @DrRPNishank to announce the ranking. Every year, MHRD ranks the universities and institutions of India based on the pre-determined parameters. In the year 2019, IIT Madras had topped the list of higher education institutions followed by IISc Bengaluru and IIT Delhi. Here we bring to you full details about NIRF Rankings.

Follow latest updates here for more details:

11:05 am| MHRD had approved NIRF in the year 2015. The NIRF outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country.

11:07 am| The methodology for NIRF Rankings: A core committee set up by MHRD has drawn broad parameters for ranking. The parameters broadly cover “Teaching, Learning and Resources,” “Research and Professional Practices,” “Graduation Outcomes,” “Outreach and Inclusivity,” and “Perception”.

11:10 am| Broad Parameters (overall):

Teaching, Learning & Resources (TLR)

Research and Professional Practice (RP)

Graduation Outcomes (GO)

Outreach and Inclusivity (OI)

Peer Perception

11:14 am| Under the ‘Teaching, Learning & Resources (TLR)’ parameter, an institution is ranking based on

Student Strength including Doctoral Students (SS)

Faculty-student ratio with emphasis on permanent faculty (FSR)

Combined metric for Faculty with PhD (or equivalent) and Experience (FQE)

Financial Resources and their Utilisation (FRU)

11:18 am| Under the ‘Research and Professional Practice (RP)’ parameter, institutions are ranked on the basis of:

Combined metric for Publications (PU)

Combined metric for Quality of Publications (QP)

IPR and Patents: Published and Granted (IPR)

Footprint of Projects and Professional Practice (FPPP)

11:20 am| Under the ‘Graduation Outcomes (GO)’ parameter, universities are ranking based on:

Metric for University Examinations (GUE)

Metric for Number of Ph.D. Students Graduated (GPHD)

11:22 am| Under the ‘Outreach and Inclusivity (OI)’ parameter, institutions are ranked on the basis of: 

Percentage of Students from Other States/Countries (Region Diversity RD)

Percentage of Women (Women Diversity WD)

Economically and Socially Challenged Students (ESCS)

Facilities for Physically Challenged Students (PCS)

Perception Ranking (PR)

11:24 am| Under the ‘Peer Perception’ parameter, institutions are ranked on the basis of Academic Peers and Employers (PR). This is to be done through a survey conducted over a large category of Employers, Professionals from Reputed Organizations and a large category of academics to ascertain their preference for graduates of different institutions.

11:28 am| NIRF also has a discipline-wise ranking methodology. The disciplines include engineering, management, architecture, law, medical, pharmacy and colleges.

11:30 am| Under the discipline-wise ranking methodology, NIRF follows the same ‘broad parameters’ that are used for overall ranking.

11:32 am| How the universities/ institutions are marked on basis of parameters:

Teaching, Learning & Resources —100 (marks) — 0.30 (weightage)

Research and Professional Practice—- 100 ——0.30

Graduation Outcomes ——- 100 ——-0.20

Outreach and Inclusivity ——-100 ——– 0.10

Perception ——–100 —–0.10

11:35 am| In the year 2019, IIT Madras had topped the list of higher education institutes. IISc Bengaluru had bagged the second rank while IIT Delhi stood third in this list.

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Tripura professor develops robot to help health workers serving Covid-19 patients - education

In order to help the medical professionals serving COVID-19 patients, a young assistant professor has developed a robot, named ‘COVID-19 WARBOT’ that can serve food, medicines and other essential items to the patients without human intervention. “It’s a four-wheeled robot which I have developed at my home using the waste material. The main motivation behind making this robot is basically ensuring and safeguarding our health workers – doctors and nurses – who are working in COVID related hospitals,” said Harjeet Nath, Assistant Professor at Tripura University’s Chemical and Polymer Engineering Department.

“Some countries have already developed robots which are helping the healthcare workers a lot. This robot can deliver medicines, water bottles and food packets whenever required. There is also a camera if the patient wants to communicate to the doctor,” he added.

Harjeet shared that it took him two weeks to develop the robot by spending around Rs 25,000 and using spare parts like three motors, two rechargeable lead-acid batteries, transmitter and receiver and USB output.

The robot can carry the load of around 10-15 kilograms of materials like medicines, food, water and its operating range is 15-20 metres with a mobile phone or computer. It can work continuously for nearly an hour.

Harjeet said that he intends to handover the robot to the state government so that it can be used in COVID hospitals.

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DU Admissions 2020: Registration likely to open from Jun 20, no trial for sports quota due to Covid-19 - education

The registration process for admission in Delhi University courses is likely to begin from June 20, but there will be no trials for sports and Extra-Curricular activities (ECA) due to the coronavirus pandemic, officials said on Wednesday. A meeting of the Standing Committee on Admissions decided on Tuesday that registration will be opened between June 20 and July 4 for all courses, said a member. The second window for registration will be opened for updation of marks after declaration of results by the CBSE. 

The cut-offs are likely to be announced in August, but it will depend also on when the CBSE declares its results. There will be no admission in ECA except for NCC and NSS and that too on the basis of the certificates as no trials will be conducted, the member said, adding this was decided keeping in mind the coronavirus situation. There will no trials for sports quota and the admission will be done on the basis of certificates only, he said. Another professor, who was present in the meeting said, the entire admission process will be online and students will not have to visit colleges. It was also decided that the documents which are bona fide and once submitted online on the basis of which approval is given for the admission by the college, cannot be rejected later on the premise that document is not acceptable, unless it is forged. 

The college can ask for additional information through phone or e-mail, the member said. “Another fact that was agreed to by the committee was that any discrepancy in the spelling of name or missing of surname in the certificates of SC/ST/OBC/EWS/PwD shall be verified from their other certificates rather than rejecting their admission,” he added. It was also agreed upon that the list of approved boards should be published in the undergraduate information bulletin so that the college admission committees know which boards are fake. The committee also decided that caste certificate once made need not to be renewed and only renewal of income certificate will be required. Therefore, latest income certificates would be sufficient and the caste certificate can be older, the member said.

Academic Council member Dr Arun Kumar Attree recommended that no fees, specially cancellation fee of Rs. 1000, should be charged from SC/ST/OBC/EWS and PwD. However, the committee did not agree to his recommendations, Attree said, adding he recorded his dissent.

“It is exorbitant especially in corona times. It is actually done to discourage students from changing their colleges or courses. In this process, rich students are able to get the course and college of their choice but poor and disadvantaged students are denied this opportunity because of high cancellation fees. “Three free movements must be allowed to these disadvantaged students without cancellation,” Attree had suggested.

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Mizoram Board 12th exams 2020 to resume on July 1 - education

The Mizoram government has once again postponed class-12 board examinations suspended midway due to the COVID-19 pandemic and decided to conduct it from July 1, an official said.

The examinations of Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) for remaining subjects in arts, science and commerce streams were supposed to be conducted from June 16 as per the revised schedule after these were postponed in April.

The remaining class-12 examinations will now be held between July 1 and 3, according to a notification issued by the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) on Tuesday.

The examinations have been deferred as the government had imposed a complete lockdown till June 22, the official said.

About 4,700 students could not complete their board examinations in Economics, Chemistry, Sociology, Computer Science and Home Science, he said.

The examinations were suspended in March due to the lockdown.

The MBSE had, earlier, announced the resumption of the board examinations from April 22, which triggered stiff opposition from students citing various inconveniences amid the nationwide lockdown.

The authorities postponed it following an appeal by the central government to put on hold the examinations due to the lockdown.

The compartmental examinations for class-10 will also be held on July 1, the notification said.

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UP Assistant Teachers’ Recruitment Exam: Candidate who scored 94% couldn’t name India’s President - education

The ‘success’ of Dharmendra Kumar, a candidate who scored 142 marks out of 150 and emerged as one of the toppers in the examination held for recruiting 69,000 assistant teachers in 2019, was exposed after the Prayagraj police busted a racket involved in enabling undeserving individuals make the cut in lieu of cash.

Kumar was among three candidates arrested. During police interrogation, he failed to answer simple general knowledge questions – the youth from Sarai Mamrej, Prayagraj also could not name the president of the country, when queried by police officials.

Dharmendra’s name was on the list of 20 candidates whose names were in the diary found from the gang members arrested by police. Among 20, 18 got selected with the help of unfair means and the question papers were allegedly provided by gang members.

The racket busted by Soraon police two days back allegedly provided question papers to 69,000 assistant teachers’ recruitment aspirants in return of cash. Eight people, including the kingpin of the gang, were arrested in this connection. Later, the police arrested three aspirants who cleared the examination through the racket.

ASP KV Ashok, who led the operation, said three successful candidates, including Dharmendra, Vinod and another youth, were traced and arrested on Saturday. It came to light that Dharmendra got 142 marks out of 150 in the recruitment examination.

Dharmendra had cleared the TET in 2018 and secured 126 rank out of 150 while he scored 57.1% in B.Ed, which he completed in 2012 from Sampurnand Sanskrit University, Varanasi from where also did his graduation in 2007 with 56.77%.

The name of Dharmendra and other two youths were found in the diary seized from the gang members arrested for helping candidates in cracking the teachers recruitment examination through fraudelant means, said SSP Satyarth Anirudh Pankaj.

“The youth’s failure to answer simple questions reveals the means of his success in the teachers’ recruitment examination. More candidates will be questioned after these arrests,” added SSP.

A question mark on recruitment process: Priyanka Gandhi

Congress national general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, in a tweet, said the anomalies in the assistant teachers’ recruitment exam were a big question mark on the entire recruitment process.

“The future of youths in Uttar Pradesh is being trampled. The government should bring out all the facts related to these anomalies in recruitments,” she said.

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Delhi High Court refuses to interfere with DU open book exams for final year students - education

The Delhi High Court has said it would not interfere with Delhi University’s decision to hold open book online exams for final year students, but asked the varsity, UGC and the Centre to work out a solution to also enable disabled students to take the examinations.

The court said it was not going to interfere with DU’s decision as it has also decided to hold offline physical exams, once the present COVID-19 situation improves, for those students who could not participate in the examinations commencing from July 1.

A bench of Justices Rajiv Sahai Endlaw and Asha Menon gave the varsity, University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Centre time till June 11 to work out a solution after meeting representatives of students with various disabilities, including visual impairment, and listed the matter for hearing on June 12.

It also said that meanwhile all the students should prepare for the open book examinations, scheduled to commence from July 1, and not assume that it would be delayed due to these proceedings.

The court, in its order passed on June 9, said it was only looking to iron out problems faced by persons with disabilities in participating in the exams and added that their difficulties would be addressed by the time the examinations commence.

The bench also asked the Centre, UGC and DU to consider having another set of question papers ready to hold exams immediately after the open book examinations for those who could not sit for it. The order came on a plea moved by the National Federation of the Blind challenging the DU’s decision to hold open book examinations on the ground that it violated rights of students with visual impairments and other disabilities.

The Federation wanted DU to assess performance of the disabled students of final year on the basis of their performance in previous semester and internal assessment.

In the alternative, it suggested holding offline exams for such students after colleges reopen.

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IBPS Recruitment 2020: 29 teaching and non-teaching vacancies notified, check details - education

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection, or IBPS, has released an official notification for the recruitment of Professor, Associate Professor, Faculty Research, Hindi Officer, and others in different departments on its official website.

Candidates interested and eligible for the position will be able to apply online for IBPS Recruitment 2020 from June 10 to 30. However, the online registration process has not started yet.

IBPS has tentatively scheduled to conduct the online exam on July 19, 2020.

The recruitment drive is being conducted to fill 29 vacancies of Professor, Associate Professor, Faculty Research, and others. Out of which, 5 vacancies are each for Research Associate, and Faculty Research Associate, 4 for Assistant Professor, 3 each for Hindi Office, and Programming Assistant, 2 each for Professor, Associate Professor, and Analyst Programmer – Windows, and one each for IT Administrator, Analyst Programmer – Linux, and Research Associate – Technical.

Candidates will have to pay the online application fee of Rs 1000 on or before June 30, 2020.

For more details, candidates are advised to read the official notification.

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Bihar Polytechnic Lecturer Recruitment Online Form 2020 How to apply Online Form for Teaching Jobs

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