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New Delhi: JEE Main result for 2019 January exams has been released on the official website.
As many as 15 candidates have scored 100 percent. The results are available on the website or Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main, jeemain.nic.in.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the JEE Main scores in a record time; 11 days ahead of the scheduled date. The exam was held in 467 centres in India and abroad.
The NTA, which is mandated to organise competitive examinations under the Ministry of Human Resource Development or MHRD will organise the second edition of JEE Main in April this year and registration process for the same will start from next month.
The Paper two results will be announced later. The online application process for JEE Main April 2019 exam will start from February 8 and will remain open till March 7, 2019. The exam will be conducted in Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode between April 6 and 20.
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Indian Institute of Technology- Kharagpur, Kharagpur-7211302, has invited applications for admission to the Certificate program in 'Foundations of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning'.
The six month course is aimed at working professionals and students. The classes will be conducted in the weekends in Kolkata and Bengaluru from March 2019.
Eligibility: Applicant should hold a BE/ B.Tech. or MSc with Mathematics and should have learned Programming at college level. Final year students are also eligible to apply.
Applications can be submitted online at http://www.ai.iitkgp.ac.in/outreach, latest by 15th February, 2019.
Selection Process: Selection will be through written test and/or interview.
Details of the course structure are available at http://www.ai.iitkgp.ac.in/outreach
Hyderabad: Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad is launching a full-fledged B.Tech. Program in Artificial Intelligence from the coming Academic Year (2019-2020). It has become the first Indian Educational Institution to offer such a full-fledged B.Tech. program in AI and likely the third institute globally - after Carnegie Mellon University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), both of which are in the U.S.
The Course will have an intake of around 20 students who can take the program through the JEE-Advanced.
IIT Hyderabad is already offering an M.Tech. program in Artificial Intelligence – Machine Learning.
Further, IIT Hyderabad is offering an M.Tech. in Data Science for working professionals that comprises Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and other related areas since 2015-16.
The M.Tech. is a flexible program offered completely online in real-time.
New Delhi:About 50 per cent students from Class V and 25 per cent from Class VIII from government schools across the country cannot read a simple text --letter, words, simple paragraph -- or a "story" with difficulty of Class II level, the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) - 2018 report published on Tuesday said.
"By Standard VIII, the last year of compulsory schooling in India, children are expected not only to have mastered foundational skills but to proceeded well beyond the basic stage.
"ASER 2018 data indicates that of all children enrolled in Standard VIII in India, about 73 per cent can read at least a Standard II level text. This number is unchanged from 2016," the report read.
"Slightly more than half of all children enrolled in Standard V can read at least a Standard II text," it added.
This was the 13th such report published by the non-governmental organisation, which sent its volunteers to 15,998 government schools across the country to collect the data. Tests were conducted on 5,46,527 students in the age group of 3-16 across 596 districts in rural India.
The report also carried results about the arithmetic proficiency of students from classes III, V and VIII on whether they could do math problems like two-digit subtraction or a numerical division.
"The overall performance of Standard VIII in basic arithmetic has not changed much over time," the report observed, saying that only 44 per cent of students could do the division correctly from Class VIII and 27.8 per cent from class V.
The report observed "substantial improvements" in school infrastructure since the implementation of the Right to Education Act in 2010, citing doubling of number of toilets for girls in schools, reaching 66.4 per cent in 2018.
However, the report said that the improvements were not uniform across the board and infrastructure of certain types was worse in schools in states like Jammu and Kashmir and those from north-east.
"In these states, less than 50 per cent of schools had provision of drinking water or girls toilets available in 2018. With the exception of Assam, majority of schools in states in the North-East did not have library books available for students in 2018," it read.
New Delhi: To nurture young talents in the field of space science and research, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Friday announced a one month long Young Scientists program.
ISRO chairman K Sivan said that under this program, three students mostly from class 8, from each state will be selected and they will be given lectures and given access to research and development laboratories. The selected students will be given practical experience in building a small satellite, he added.
Speaking at a press conference on issues related to the Department of Space, Sivan said that one of the major focus areas for ISRO this year is reaching to students.
"Gaganyaan, outreach programme, planned missions and Vikram Sarabhai Centenary celebrations are the other priority areas," he said.
He also added that ISRO has developed an incubation centre at Tripura and four more will be created at Trichy, Nagpur, Rourkela and Indore.
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Trombay, Mumbai - 400 085, has invited applications for admission to Training Schemes being offered by BARC Training school for 2019.
BARC Training Schools established to cater to the manpower needs of the expanding atomic energy research and development program, provide two Training Schemes to those ambitious of pursuing a rewarding career inNuclear Science, Engineering and Technologyand who would (i) relish challenges infrontier areas of Science & Technology (ii) like to be part of an expanding program ofNuclear Power / Research Reactors, Accelerators and Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technologies and (iii) enjoy pursuing innovative research in frontier areas ofEngineering, Physics, Chemistry, Bioscience, Geology and Geophysics.
The Programmes are (i) Orientation Course for Engineering Graduates and Science Postgraduates(OCES)(ii) DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme for Engineering Graduates and Physics Postgraduates(DGFS).
Successful completion of the Training Schemes guarantees employment as Scientific Officer 'C' in one of the DAE units or Atomic Energy Regulatory Board with attractive career progression opportunities up to the highest echelons. DAE strives to have a workforce which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply.
OCES:One-year, Orientation Course for Engineering Graduates and Science Postgraduates for the academic year 2019-20 (OCES-2019)will be conducted at theBARC Training Schoolssituated atMumbai, Kalpakkam, Indore and Hyderabad.For Engineering category, applicant should generally have B.E. / B.Tech / B.Sc. (Engineering) / 5-year Integrated M.Tech. with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks. Eligible Engineering disciplines include (i) Mechanical (ii) Chemical (iii) Metallurgical (iv) Electrical (v) Electronics (vi) Computer Science (vii) Instrumentation (viii) Civil (ix) Nuclear Engineering. Applications will also be accepted under (i) Fast Reactor Technology-M (ii) Fast Reactor Technology-E (iii) Quality Assurance & Quality Control. The full details of the Eligible Disciplines; Eligible Subjects/Discipline in B.E/B.Tech/B.Sc(Engg.)/5-Years Integrated M.Tech as awarded by University / Institute and the required GATE subject are given in,Table-1ain the Information Brochure athttp://barconlineexam.in/
The Science disciplines include Physics; Chemistry; Bioscience; Radiological Safety & Environmental Science; Geology; Geophysics. A Post Graduation in the concerned or related subject is needed. Some disciplines need engineering degree. Eligibility details are given in detail in Table 1 b of Information Brochure athttp://barconlineexam.in/
Eligible Disciplines and orientation of the Training Program at each of the Training Schools is given inTable-2of the Information Brochure athttp://barconlineexam.in/
A Trainee Scientific Officer(TSO)who scores a minimum of 50% aggregate marks on completion of the Training Program is declared to have passed the course successfully. Successful TSOs will be posted as Scientific Officers in one of the following DAE units: (i)Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai (ii)Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam(iii)Raja Ramanna Centre for Advanced Technology (RRCAT), Indore(iv)Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre (VECC), Kolkata(v)Heavy Water Board (HWB), Mumbai (vi)Nuclear Fuel Complex (NFC), Hyderabad (vii)Board of Radiation and Isotope Technology (BRIT), Mumbai (viii)Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL), Mumbai(ix)Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam Ltd (BHAVINI), Kalpakkam(x)Uranium Corporation of India Ltd (UCIL), Jaduguda(xi)Atomic Minerals Directorate of Exploration & Research (AMD), Hyderabad(xii)Directorate of Construction , Services & Estate Management (DCSEM) Mumbai
Allocation of a successful OCES TSO to a DAE unit is carried out based on the needs of DAE's programs and the TSO's performance in the OCES program. DAE reserves the right to place TSOs in any of its other units and the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) also.
Appointment in DAE units shall be as a Group A Gazetted Officer of the Government of India except in BHAVINI, NPCIL and UCIL which are governed by the service rules of Corporations.
Trainee Scientific Officers who successfully complete the Training Program and whose performance meets a minimum eligibility criterion are allowed to enroll forM.Tech. / M.PhilinHomi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI),a Deemed to be University. Those meeting the minimum eligibility criteria and not desirous of pursuing M.Tech / M.Phil. are entitled to aPost-Graduate Diploma of HBNI.
DGFS-2019:Under the Two-year DAE Graduate Fellowship Scheme for Engineering Graduates and Physics Postgraduates for the academic session beginning in July/August 2019 (DGFS-2019), Engineering Graduates and Physics Postgraduateswho haveexcelled in the Selection Interviewsfor the BARC Training Schools' programs and whohave also independently secured admission for M. Tech. / M. Chem. Engg in select Institutes and specializationsas listed inTable-3given in the Information Brochure at http://barconlineexam.in/ are paid stipend and tuition fee to pursue a M. Tech. / M. Chem. Engg degree while retaining their employment in DAE.
After successful completion of one-year course work at the Institute, DGFS Fellows undertake project work, which is assigned by DAE and supervised jointly by a DAE and an Institute guide. On successful completion of M. Tech / M. Chem Engg, DGFS Fellows are posted as Scientific Officers in DAE. Appointment in DAE units shall be as a'Group A' Gazetted Officer of the Government of India.
On joining, they are required to first undertake a four-month Orientation Course for DGFS Fellows (OCDF) at the BARC Training School, Mumbai. The DGFS fellows are enrolled and posted in one of the funits of DAE (i)BARC, Mumbai (ii)IGCAR, Kalpakkam
Allocation of a DGFS Fellow to a DAE unit is done at the beginning of the M. Tech. / M. Chem. Engg. program based on the needs of DAE's programs and their Selection Interview merit
Stipend and Allowances during Training:OCES TSOs and DGFS Fellows are paid a stipend of ₹35,000/- per month during the period of their Training and a one-time book allowance of ₹10,000/-. DGFS Fellows are reimbursed the tuition fee for M.Tech. / M.Chem.Engg and are additionally paid a one-time Contingency Grant of ₹25,000/- to meet M.Tech. / M.Chem Engg project related expenses.
Boarding and Lodging in DAE Hostel is mandatory for OCES TSOs during the Training period. Boarding and lodging in DGFS Institute hostel is mandatory for DGFS Fellows during M. Tech. / M. Chem. Engg program.
Selected candidatesare required to execute an agreement and aPersonal Indemnity Bondto serve DAE for at least three years after completion of Training. Indemnity Bond is for ₹4,30,000/- for OCES TSOs and ₹8,70,000/- for DGFS Fellows (The Bond amount for DGFS Fellows pursuing M. Tech. / M. Chem. Engg. at certain DGFS Institutes may be different, depending on the tuition fee at the concerned Institute). No third party surety is required.
Screening:Screening for Selection Interviews is based on (a) Online Examination and (b) GATE Score. At the time of application, candidates can choose any one or both of the above screening options.
Application:Applications can be submitted online athttp://barconlineexam.in/latest by 31 January 2019. Upon successful registration, the candidates can activate their account either through the OTP sent to their registered mobile number or through the Activation link sent to the candidates registered email id. Once the candidates account is activated, he/she can subsequently log in multiple times throughCandidates Loginlink to fill in the Online Application form. While filling the form, the candidates are required to upload their recent passport sized photograph (4.5x3.5cm) in JPG format (of size not more than 50 kb) and a scanned copy of their signature (2x4.5cm, in JPG format with size not exceeding 20 kb). After filling in all the required details, the candidates who are required to pay the Application Fee of ₹500 plus applicable bank charges, by Online payment using net banking / debit card / credit card. On clicking on the 'Make Payment' button in the payment page, the candidate is taken to the SBI Payment Gateway through which they can pay the application fee using any of the payment modes listed above. If the payment is successful, the candidates can proceed to final submission stage and complete their application.Finally, the candidates need to submit the filled form.No modifications/alterations would be permitted in the application form after final submission. Hence candidates may verify the correctness and adequacy of the information filled by them before the final submission.A unique Registration Number will be generated for every candidatewho has completed the Final Submission process,which must be used for all future correspondence.
The candidates who wish to apply for screening on the basis of GATE-2019 Score are required to fill in their GATE details after declaration of the GATE results, whereas those wishing to apply on the basis of a GATE-2018 Score must upload their GATE Score during the Application Process.Applicants with a GATE-2019 Score must register and fill in all details relevant to the admission process, prior to the declaration of GATE-2019 results, and before the last date (January 31, 2019) for the same.No new applications, on the basis of a GATE-2019 score or otherwise will be accepted after January 31, 2019. Once the GATE-2019 results are declared, these candidates are allowed to upload their GATE score and GATE marks on this portal for a limited period of time.
Candidates need not send any documents such as proof of age, proof of category, proof of application fee payment etc. or hard copy application now.
Dates: Online Test will be held between 9thand 15thMarch 2019. Last date for candidates to upload their GATE score is 1stApril, 2019. List of candidates shortlisted for interview will be displayed at the website on 11thApril, 2019. Shortlisted applicants can select their interview slots through the website between 15thApril and 19thApril, 2019. Selection Interviews will be between 20thMay and 21stJune, 2019. List of candidates selected for OCES 2019 will be announced by last week of June, 2019. The last date for OCES candidates desirous of DGFS to give details of M.Tech/M.Chem.Engg admission in a DGFS Institute will be 4thJuly, 2019. List of persons selected for DGFS 2019 will be made available at the website, in the second week of July, 2019.
For more details, visithttp://barconlineexam.in/index.html
Applications with late fee can be submitted till 15.2.2019 for admission to the 2-Year Full-Time Residential MBA Programme at Army Institute of Management, Judges Court Road, Alipore, Kolkata, West Bengal 700027 (Opposite Alipore Telephone Exchange, Behind Command Hospital).
A total of 120 students are admitted out of which 80% (96) seats are reserved for Army wards and balance 20% (24) seats are for General category.
The minimum qualification for admission to MBA programme is 3 or 4 year Bachelors Degree in any discipline with minimum 50% marks from any university recognized by the Association of Indian Universities. Bachelors Degree through Distance Mode is not eligible for applying. Candidates of current batch who would be completing all requirements for the Bachelors Degree by 30 June 2019 may also apply. Such candidates, if selected, will be admitted provisionally and will be required to produce evidence to establish their eligibility by 20 August 2019, failing which they will be dropped from the programme
Eligibility for Army Category: The admission to the AWES Professional Colleges is for the children of eligible serving Army personnel, eligible ex Army personnel and war widows of the Army. The children must fall into one of the identified categories of Army personnel to be eligible and they are required to submit the relevant certificate as given against the category applicable to them as proof of their eligibility for admission to AWES Professional Colleges along with the Application Form.
Application Form: Application Form can be downloaded from www.aim.ac.in. It can be obtained from Admission Office, AIM, Kolkata by paying Rs 500/- for Army wards and Rs 600/- for General category in cash.
Those using downloaded form must attach a Demand draft for Rs 500/- for Army wards and Rs 600/- for General category, in favour of Director AIM payable at Kolkata, with the filled application.
A late fee of Rs 200/- has to be paid for applications submitted from January 16, 2019. The last date or receipt of applications by 'Admission Coordinator, Army Institute of Management Judges Court Road Opp. Alipore Telephone Exchange Alipore, Kolkata-700 027', with late fee is February 15, 2019.
Based on the performance in CAT, candidates will be called for Group Discussion & Personal Interview (GD-PI) to be conducted by AIM at Kolkata. The merit list is drawn up based on the candidates performance in CAT & GD-PI.
Group Discussion and Personal Interview will be held during March 2019. Intimation to successful candidates through email will be given in the last week of March 2019 or earlier. The new session begins in the last week of July 2019.
For Further details, and Prospectus, visit www.aim.ac.in
Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), has notified the dates of the Common Entrance Test (CET)-2019, for admissions to various Professional Courses in Karnataka for the academic year 2019-20.
CET will be held for admission to the First year or First semester Engineering, Technology, Farm Science courses [Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc. & A.H.), B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture, B.Sc. (Hons) Sericulture, B.Sc. (Hons) Horticulture, B.Sc (Hons) Forestry, B.Tech (Bio Technology), B.Sc.(Hons) Community Science, B.Tech (Agricultural Engineering), B.Tech (Food Technology), B.Tech (Dairy Tech), B.F.Sc (Fisheries), B.Sc. (Agri. Marketing & Co-operation)], B.Pharm & Pharm-D courses.
The Test in Biology (60 marks) will be held from 10.30 am to 11.50 am and that for Mathematics (60 marks) from 2.30 pm to 3.50 pm on 23.4.2019 (Tuesday).
The Test in Physics (60 marks) will be held from 10.30 am to 11.50 am and that for Mathematics (60 marks) from 2.30 pm to 3.50 pm on 24.4.2019 (Wednesday).
Kannada Language Test (50 marks) to be held only in Bangalore (both for Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates), will be from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm on 25.4.2019 (Thursday)
For admission to Medical / Dental / AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani and Homoeopathy) courses, candidates have to appear for National Eligibility cum Entranc Test (NEET) 2019. For admission to Architecture course candidates have to appear for JEE Paper-2 or NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by the Council of Architecture.
Those desirous of admissions may visit KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in for more details.
The Common Admission Test organised by Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT CAT) will be conducted on April 6 and April 7, 2019.
The test is conducted for admissions to its graduate and undergraduate courses including B.Tech, Integrated M.Sc, Integrated LL.B, B.Voc, LL.B, LLM, M.Sc, M.A, M.Voc, M.Tech, M.Phil, Ph.D. etc. courses, offered by the University at various campuses, for the academic year 2019-20.
The applications can be submitted from January 30 to February 28. Common Admission Test 2019 will be conducted in Online Mode only.
The detailed notification will be shown on the official website of CUSAT from January 30.
The Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMC) in Dehradun has invited applications from boys for admission to Class VIII for 2020 January term.
RIMC is an Inter-Services Institution and a Category A establishment of the Ministry of Defence, established in 1922 with the primary aim of preparing the boys for entry into Defence Services and to provide quality all round education to young boys.
Eligibility: Applicants (boys only) should not be less than 11 ½ years in age but should not have attained the age of 13 years as on 1st January, 2020. They should have been born not earlier than 2 January 2007 and not later than 1 July, 2008.
Applicant should either be studying in Class VII or should have passed Class VII from any recognized school at the time of admission to the RIMC (on 1 January, 2020).
Selection Process: Selection will be conducted based on (a) Written Examination and (b) Viva.
Written Examination: The written part of the examination to be conducted at selected centres on 1 June, 2019 (Saturday) and 2 June, 2019 (Sunday), will consist of three papers, namely, English (1000-1200hrs) (125 Marks) and Mathematics (1400-1530hrs) (200 Marks) which shall be conducted on 1st June, 2019 and General Knowledge paper (1000-11oo hrs) (75 marks), on 2nd June, 2019.
Papers may be answered either in Hindi or in English. To qualify, a candidate must obtain a minimum of 50 % Marks in each subject. Examination centres are generally located in the state capitals or in cities/towns as advertised.
Interview: The interviews will be held for only those candidates who pass the written exam. Their list will be sent to the respective State Governments by RIMC after approval of MT Directorate. The date, venue for interview will be intimated to the candidates by respective State early by September, 2018. The Viva Voce/Interview will be on 4 October 2019 (Friday). Minimum pass marks in interview is 50 percent and Intelligence and personality of the candidates will be tested in the interview.
Medical Examination: All the candidates qualifying after interview will have to undergo a medical examination at selected Military Hospitals and only those candidates found medically fit will be considered for selection and admission to the RIMC. The medical examination of the candidates forms only a part of the system of selection and does not imply the final selection.
It is mandatory for all successful candidates including those from All India Reserve Merit list, if selected, to join RIMC within 10 days of date of commencement of term as per joining instructions. If not, his candidature will be cancelled and next reserve candidate will be called to join.
Vacancies for January 2020 term will be filled by 30 January, 2020. No admissions will be made after January, 30 2020. Approximately, 25 Cadets are admitted in a session.
Results and joining instruction will be regularly updated in RIMC website. It is candidates responsibility to check the status regularly.
Fees: Fees at RIMC is heavily subsidized by the Central Government. The fee is presently Rs. 42,400/- per year. It may increase from time to time. At the time of entry, a Security Deposit of Rs. 20,000/- is to be made. This is refunded when the boy passes out.
Scholarships: Scholarships are granted by various state governments to meritorious students. The amount of scholarships varies from state to state and is in between Rs. 10,000/- to Rs. 20,000/- per annum.
Continuation of Scholarship once granted by the state is subject to merit, income and discipline of the cadet and his performance during the year.
Applications Forms: Prospectus-cum-application form and booklet of old question papers can be obtained from 'The Rashtriya Indian Military College, Garhi Cantt, Dehradun, Uttarakhand-248003', through Speed Post, by forwarding self-addressed slip and an account payee bank Demand Draft of Rs. 600/- for General Candidates & Rs. 555/- for SC/ST candidates, along with cast certificate. The demand draft should be in favour of 'The Commandant RIMC Dehradun', Drawee Branch, State Bank of India, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun, (Bank Code-01576), Uttarakhand. The address should be typed / written clearly in Capital Letters with pin code and contact number.
The application forms issued by RIMC only shall be valid. Locally printed/Photocopied and without RIMC hologram (Seal) forms shall not be accepted.
Last Date: Applications in duplicate on prescribed form accompanied by documents to be attached with application form, two passport size photographs, Domicile Certificate of the candidate, Birth Certificate (issued by Municipal Corporation/Gram Panchayat), SC/ST Certificate and Certificate from the Principal of the School (in original), with photograph on it attested stating date of birth and class in which studying, should reach the respective State Governments where parents/Guardians are domicile of, by 31st March, 2019.
The wards of Central Government employees can undertake their exam and viva-voce in the place of posting of employee/domicile state. However, their domicile will be as per original domicile state and accordingly, their candidature will also be considered as per the state of domicile.
In respect of wards of Central Government employees, the State (where such candidates intend taking the written test) are free to ask for service certificates over and above the routine documentation, in order to verify the antecedents of such candidates. The States where the candidates appear must also satisfy themselves with respect to place of duty of the parent/guardian. States are to ensure that no other candidate appears for the written examination in a state other than which the candidate is domicile of.
The filled application must be sent to the State Govts and not to the Rashtirya Indian Military College, Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
Applications form of applicants of Kerala and Lakshadweep should reach 'Secretary, Pareeksha Bhavan, Pooojappura, Thiruvananthapuram-695012', latest by 31 March.
For details visit: http://rimc.gov.in/rimcindex.aspx
The All India Management Association will hold the next Management Aptitude Test (MAT) in February 2019.
Graduates in any discipline and final year students of any graduate course can apply.
MAT is an Aptitude Test for admission to Master of Business Administration (MBA), Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) and allied programmes of over 200 business schools. MAT will be conducted in paper based mode and computer based mode.
The paper based MAT will be held from 10 am to 12.30 pm on February 17, 2019 and the registration for the same can be done till February 8, 2019. The computer based test will be held on February 23, 2019 for which, registration closes on 12th February, 2019.
The fee for Paper Based Test (PBT) or Computer Based Test (CBT) is Rs1550/-
One can apply for both PBT and CBT on payment of a fee of Rs.2650/-.
Application Fee can be paid by Credit/Debit Card/Net Banking.
Applications can be registered online at https://mat.aima.in/feb19/
For more details, visit the website.
India has improved its showing in the prestigious university rankings of Times Higher Education Emerging Economies with 49 institutions, including 25 in the top 200, making it to the list.
China remains the most represented nation in the 2019 listing, with 72 institutions in total. It claimed four of the table's top five positions with Tsinghua University topping the chart, according to the London-based Times Higher Education (THE), a global organisation that produces data, analysis and expertise on higher education.
Leading India again is the Indian Institute of Science (14th), followed by the IIT-Bombay (27th). However, both of them slipped back a place this year, largely due to increased competition.
This year's table presents a mixed picture for India, with several new entrants and high risers, alongside several institutions that dropped back. India has increased its representation in the Times Higher Education Emerging Economies University Rankings with 49 universities on the list as compared to 42 in 2018, the organisation said. India has 25 universities in the top 200, a rise from 17 last year, it said.
Meanwhile, Banaras Hindu University and Amrita University both scaled this year into the top 150, while the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, and the IIT-Hyderabad, featured for the first time in this group.
Ellie Bothwell, Global Rankings Editor for THE, said: “Indian institutions have immense potential for success — not only on the emerging stage, but globally. But, while progress is being made, other economies that previously lagged behind —such as Egypt and Malaysia — are starting to advance at a much faster rate.”
“In this year's table, Indias institutions perform well in teaching. However, they are significantly behind the global average in terms of international outlook. Strengthening this will further elevate the nation's global reputation for higher education, encourage research collaborations and help attract international students.” PTI
Thiruvananthapuram: A survey conducted among schoolchildren in Kerala revealed that 75 per cent of them do not have a computer at home.
The survey, conducted by Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE), is on the Hi-Tech school project implemented in Classes 8 to 12 in the state, said an official.
"43,061 students (25 per cent) reported they have a computer at home. It was also found that 73,333 teachers (92 per cent) effectively use the laptop and projector installed in the Hi-Tech classrooms and a total of 13,489 teachers were able to create their own digital contents," said KAnvar Sadath, Vice Chairman and Executive Director of KITE.
He told IANS that the survey included 178,871 students and 60,776 teachers in 4,742 schools. Five students were selected in random from every class, who were asked to fill up a questionnaire.
"The Hi-Tech classrooms have proved its mettle in providing a world class learning environment in schools. Based on the inputs from the survey, KITE has made mechanisms for areas which require specific interventions", said Sadath.
National Institute of Science Education and Research (NISER), a centre of excellence in science education and research in all areas of Basic Sciences, has notified the 'Associates Programme', one of the programmes mandated by the vision of NISER.
The programme aims to encourage scientific fraternity employed in other institutes to carry out research either independently or in collaboration mode at NISER.
The Associates Programme expects to forge a strong scientific network, facilitate exchange of scientific ideas and also enable interaction of NISER students with bright young faculties of different institutes. Through the programme, NISER wishes to increases the scope of having joint research programmes in frontier areas of sciences in which NISER faculty are engaged. NISER expects that the programe will add to the vibrancy of the research programme at NISER.
Eligibility: (a) Associate should have a regular faculty position at an institute of repute at the level of Assistant Professor/ Reader/ Associate Professor (b) Age should be below 45 years (c) Scientific research area should be in one of the broad areas being carried out at NISER.
The tenure of the Programme is 3 years which is non-renewable. The number of positions is 20 and is subject to availability of funds. Associates are required to visit NISER for a period of about 3 months in a year.
Emoluments will be as per DAE rules. Associates will be eligible for (i) Once a year travel costs as per entitlement (ii) Office space and accommodation at NISER (iii) Honorarium of Rs.60,000/- per month (iv) Medical benefits as per NISER rules
Application Procedure: There is no last date for applying. The applications will be open till the available slots are filled up. The person has to apply by contacting the faculty in a school. The proposal has to come with recommendation of at least 3 faculty of NISER. The proposal should include (i) CV and list of publications of the proposed candidate (ii) Short note on the candidates research activity and specifically pointing out its synergy with the existing research programmes at NISER (iii) A brief note on how the association of the candidate with NISER will be useful during the 3 years. Chairperson of the host school needs to endorse the proposal.
Final selection will be done by the committee chaired by Director NISER.
For more details, visit www.niser.ac.in
Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) has released the tentative schedule of admissions to BS Degree and BS-MS (Dual Degree) Programmes 2019 at Berhampur, Bhopal, Kolkata, Mohali, Pune, Thiruvananthapuram and Tirupati.
Applications for the BS Degree and BS-MS (Dual Degree) programmes (admissions year 2019) at all IISERs through the KVPY, JEE (advanced) and State-Central Board (SCB) channels will be invited beginning April 2019.
Admission under the SCB Channel would be based on the Computer Based, IISER Aptitude Test (IAT) 2019 to be conducted during June 2019.
Details will be hosted in due course at www.iiseradmIssion.in
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, has invited applications for admission to the Visiting Students Research Programme (VSRP) -2019, to be held at the Institute in 2019.
VSRP, the annual summer programmes of TIFR, introduces talented students to research activities in the areas of Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Physics. The selected students are expected to work on a research project under the supervision of a TIFR researcher.
The programmes are held both at the Mumbai campus of the TIFR as well as at the National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA), Pune.
Motivated students who have completed at least two years of undergraduate coursework in Science and Engineering fields are encouraged to apply. VSRP programme is for students currently enrolled in a Bachelors or Masters programme and not for PhD students or faculty members.
The Programme aims to expose academically bright students, to research in many areas of Mathematics, Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer & System Sciences. The programme will be held at TIFR, Mumbai for all the above subjects.
Dates: VSRP for Mathematics will be held fromMay 14-June 14, 2019. Details on this are available at http://www.math.tifr.res.in/vsrp.php.
VSRP at National Centre for Radio Astrophysics (NCRA), Pune will be held from May 2 to June 28, 2019. For more details and to apply online for NCRA, see http://vsrp.ncra.tifr.res.in/VSRP2018/candidate/welcome.ncra
All other VSRP will be held from May 6 - June 28, 2019.
Eligibility:Applicant should have (i) Two years of undergraduate course work in an academic institution (ii) Should not have participated in VSRP before. Based on the above criteria, students in the final year of a three year undergraduate program (e.g B.Sc.) or pre-final year of a four year degree program (e.g . BTech) or in a post-graduate/Masters program are eligible to apply. Students finishing two years of undergraduate study before the commencement date of the program are also eligible to apply. Students who have applied to the VSRP program before but not selected can also apply.
Selection:Selection is purely based on the academic performance of the student, submitted write-up and referee reports. There is no selection test/interview.
Stipend/Accommodation:Selected students are paid a monthly stipend @ Rs 7000/- per month and to and fro travel re-imbursement from the place of their residence. Also, free shared accommodation on- or off- campus is provided.
Application: Registration has two steps. In Step 1, basic registration is to be completed, by clicking the 'Apply Online' button. During the basic registration, 'Preferred Subject' indicates TIFR subject area the applicant is applying for from among Physics / Chemistry / Biology / Mathematics / Computer & Systems Sciences.
After completing basic registration, applicant will receive an email with a link for advanced registration. Before proceeding to advanced registration, applicant should keep the following ready (i) Scanned photo (.jpg file of size not exceeding 100kb ) of applicant's passport size photograph(ii) The 2 areas of research selected by the student (Students can select two areas of research for a selected department. Applicants may go throuhg theInformation Brochurebefore fillig this section) (iii) A write-up of up to 400 words, describing applicant's interest in the most preferred field of study (to be provided in the appropriate box. The write up should not contain special characters. In particular, use of equations in write-ups is strongly discouraged) (iv) Names, Affiliation, Designation, Contact address (both e-mail and physical address) and contact phone number of two referees who would be filling referee reports for you. They should be teachers or persons with whom you have interacted academically. The link for filling up the Referee Report Form online will be sent by email to both Referees after complete registration.
Last date for application: Applications can be submitted online at http://www.tifr.res.in/~vsrp/apply/apply.htm. For Mathematics, the last date is February 28, 2019; for all other subjects, it is January 31, 2019. Referees can fill the online report form till one week after the last date.
Short listing: Applicant will be short-listed based on the overall profile, that includes academic performance as evinced by grades/GPA, referee reports, write up, etc. There is no cut-off GPA / percentage that are needed for the VSRP program.
Intake: Approximately 50 students from all over India may be taken.
For more details, visit: http://www.tifr.res.in/~vsrp/index.html
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, G0vernment of India, has announced the conduct of the National Youth Parliament Festival, 2019.
The Programme aims to (i) hear the voice of youth between 18 and less than 25 years of age, who are allowed to vote but cannot stand as a candidate for election, through deliberations in Youth Parliaments at district level and above (ii) to encourage the youth to engage with public issues, understand the common mans point of view, form their opinions and express it in an articulate manner (iii) To develop and enhance decision making abilities (iv) To develop in them a respect and tolerance for the views of others (v) To develop in them an understanding that respect for rules is essential for conducting any discussion systematically and effectively (vi) To obtain and document their opinions on Vision of New India in 2022 (vii) To make available their views to policy makers and implementers to take it forward.
The Programme has been implemented based on the view of the Prime Minister, who had shared the idea of youth becoming the voice of India in his Mann ki Baat address of 31st December, 2017.
Youth Parliaments will be conducted at three levels: level 1 is the District Youth Parliament (DYP) to be conducted at the district level. Preliminary rounds of screening will be conducted to select youth for participation in the DYP. The youth will be selected through two screening processes-digital & walk-in.
Level 2 is the State Youth Parliament (SYP): The youth selected by a Jury from the District Youth Parliament will participate at the State level in SYP.
Level 3 is the National Youth Parliament (NYP): The youth selected by a Jury from the State Youth Parliament will participate at the National level in NYP.
The themes and subjects will be provided to the participants to conduct and facilitate participation at each of the above levels.
Timeline: Preliminary rounds for screening for participation in the District Youth Parliament (DYP): Digital Process: Registration of participants and uploading of contents through YouTube video at innovate.mygov.in/youth-parliament by 18th January, 2019.
Walk-in Process for Screening at designated Institutions in the Districts will be held between 17th and 19th January, 2019.
District Youth Parliament (DYP) will be organised in specified districts between24th and 28th January, 2019. State Youth Parliament (SYP) will be held between 5th and 7th February, 2019. The National Youth Parliament (NYP) will be on 23rd and 24th February, 2019.
Criteria for Participation: Youth, to participate in Youth Parliament must be above 18 and less than 25 years of age as on 30th June, 2018. Proof of age (in original) is to be carried by participant and will be checked before start of Walk-in process for screening for District Youth Parliament (DYP) and start of District Youth Parliament (DYP) for which any of the following documents will be accepted: Class 10 certificate; birth certificate; Passport; voter ID card; driving licence; Pan card; Aadhaar card. A copy of the certificate is to be provided to the organisers.
The individual need not necessarily be a student of an educational institution to participate in the Youth Parliaments.
A:Selection at District Level: Preliminary screening for participation in the District Youth Parliament (DYP): 12th to 18th January, 2019
Digital Process: 12th to 18th January, 2019: Individuals have to record their speech of 90-120 seconds on any one of the given subjects and upload the videos on youtube. The participants will register at MyGov site (innovate.mygov.in/youth-parliament), provide information and then provide link of youtube video. The video will be screened by a two member Screening Committee preferably of an educationist and an eminent member of the area. Multiple Committees may be set up depending on volume of participants.
The Evaluation Criteria for digital screening to select participants for District Youth Parliament (DYP) will be as (i) Articulation (ii) Content knowledge9iii) Clarity of thought
Each of the above evaluation criteria will carry 30 points. Final evaluation will be made out of 90 points. Maximum of 50 participants in order of merit per district will be selected for participation in District Youth Parliament (DYP).
Walk-in Process: 17th to 19th January 2019: Individual candidates can also walk-in & appear for screening at designated venues (known as Nodal Institutions) from 10 am to 5 pm from 17th to 19th January 2019. Any Youth within prescribed age bracket can walk-in and register at the designated Nodal Institution. Screening of youth registering at Nodal Institution for participation in District Youth Parliament (DYP) will be done by a two member Screening Committee by hearing each of the registered youth for 2 to 3 minutes. The Screening Committee will comprise preferably of an educationist and an eminent member of the area. Multiple Committees may be set up depending on volume of participants. The details of Nodal Institutions are at Annexure I (Available in the Download section).
The Evaluation criteria for selecting participants through Walk-in for District Youth Parliament will be (i) Articulation (ii) Content knowledge (iii) Clarity of thought (iv) Demeanour
Each evaluation criteria will carry 25 points. Final evaluation will be made out of 100 points. Maximum of 50 participants per district will be selected in order of merit by the Screening Committee for participation in District Youth Parliament (DYP).
Conduct of District Youth Parliament (DYP): 24th to 28th January 2019: The District Youth Parliament (DYP) of the youth selected by the above two processes will be conducted in specified Districts. For practical reasons two or three Districts may be clubbed to make it more participatory and qualitative. Therefore, the DYP will be held in 494 districts across the country and the details of the Districts where the DYP will be held are at Annexure II (Available in the Download section).
A panel of 5 best speakers will be finalised by the Jury in order of merit in case there is a dropout. The three (3) best speakers from each District Youth Parliament (DYP) will participate at the State level. A certificate of merit will be awarded to the best speakers from the DYP in the panel. Every participant will be given a certificate of participation.
The evaluation criteria to select speakers for State Youth Parliament by the Jury will be as given below: (i) Articulation (ii) Clarity of Thought (iii) Content knowledge (iv) Demeanor
Each evaluation criteria will carry 25 points. Final evaluation will be made out of 100 points.
B:Selection at State Level
Conduct of State Youth Parliament (SYP): 5th to 7th February 2019: Winners from each DYP to sit together in a State Youth Parliament (SYP) and deliberate on various issues in the presence of a Jury. The details of the Venue where the SYP will be held are at Annexure III (Available in the Download section).
The evaluation criteria to select speakers from SYP for participation in the National Youth Parliament (NYP) will be as under: (i) Articulation (ii) Clarity of Thought (iii) Content knowledge (iv) Demeanour
Each evaluation criteria is to carry 25 points. Final evaluation will be made out of 100 points. The concerned Jury will prepare a panel of 4 best speakers in order of merit in case there is a dropout. The 2 best speakers from each State Youth Parliament (SYP) will participate at the national level. A certificate of merit will be awarded to the best speakers from the State in the panel. Every participant will be given a certificate of participation.
C:Selection at National Level
Conduct of National Youth Parliament (NYP): The final stage of the National Youth Parliament (NYP) will be held at New Delhi. Two (2) winners from each State will participate as speakers in the National Youth Parliament (NYP). In addition to this, the highest scorer from each District in the District Youth Parliament (DYP) will participate in the National Youth Parliament (NYP) as a delegate. Hence, around 700 participants are likely to participate in the National Youth Parliament (NYP) representing each district of the country. If a person is selected as a speaker for National Youth Parliament and is also the highest scoring speaker from the District then the next highest scorer from that district will be deputed as delegate to National Youth Parliament. The evaluation criteria to select the winners of the National Youth Parliament (NYP) by concerned Jury will be as under: (i) Articulation (ii) Clarity of Thought (iii) Content knowledge (iv) Demeanor
Each evaluation criteria will carry 25 points. Final evaluation will be made out of 100 points. The three best speakers at the national level will be awarded Rs 2 lakhs, Rs 1.50 lakhs and Rs 1 lakh respectively along with a certificate of merit. Every participant will be given a certificate of participation in the format to be provided by Ministry.
Language: The youth can participate in Hindi, English or the official language of the State Government concerned from which the youth is participating at level of screening for DYP; DYP & SYP.
Topics for Discussion: The topics for discussion at different levels will be released as per following details:
Topics for Digital Process for screening for DYP: 12th January 2019; Topics for Walk-in Process for screening for DYP: 15th January 2019; Topics for DYP: 22nd January 2019; Topics for SYP: 3rd February 2019; Topics for NYP: 20th February 2019.
The list of topics for each of the above levels will be hosted onwww.nss.gov.in;www.yas.nic.inand https://innovate.mygov.in/youth-parliament/
Awards and Recognition: The three best speakers at the national level will be awarded Rs 2 lakhs, Rs 1.50 lakhs and Rs 1 lakh respectively alongwith a certificate of merit. Every participant will be given a certificate of participation (format will be provided by Ministry). The 2 best speakers from each State Youth Parliament (SYP) will participate at the national level. A certificate of merit will be awarded to the best speakers from the State in the panel. Every participant will be given a certificate of participation. A certificate of merit will be awarded to the best speakers from the DYP in the panel. Every participant will be given a certificate of participation.
Treatment of Data: The data documented in the process will be the property of Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.
Logistics: For District Youth Parliament (DYP), the participants will not be provided any travel cost or any other logistical support. They have to bear all expenses.
For State Youth Parliament (SYP), the participants will be provided boarding & lodging facility & their travelling expenses (ordinary bus/ sleeper class train fare) will be reimbursed.
For National Youth Parliament (NYP), the participants will be provided boarding & lodging facility and the travelling expenses (ordinary bus/ sleeper class train fare) will be reimbursed.
For details, visit https://innovate.mygov.in/youth-parliament/
Both China and India started building their national education systems under comparable conditions in the late 1940s. Different policies and historical circumstances have, however, led them to different educational outcomes, with China outperforming India not just in terms of its percentage of literate population and enrollment rates at all levels of education, but also in terms of number of world-class institutions in higher education, and greater research output.
The roots of Chinas successful education system date back to the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), which unintentionally expanded access to the primary education through democratising the schooling system, which was previously elitist in character, thus addressing the problem of mass illiteracy.
In contrast, India continued to focus on its higher education system since independence and only realised the importance of basic education in 1986, keeping it behind China and many other countries in Asia in educational development. In terms of enrollment, China reached a 100 percent gross enrollment rate (GER) in its primary education in 1985, whereas, India attained that level only in 2000.
In terms of secondary school enrollment, India and China both started at the similar rates in 1985, with about 40 percent of their population enrolled in secondary schools. However, due to a wider base of primary school students, the rate of increase in China has been much faster than in India, with 99 percent secondary enrollment rate in China and 79 percent in India in 2017.
India is closing in on the Chinese rate in terms of access to education, but on the literacy level front, there is a huge gap in the percentage of literate populations in the two countries. In the age group of 15-24 years, India scores 104th rank on literacy and numeracy indicator, compared to Chinas 40th rank.
The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), which assesses after every three years the domain knowledge of 15-year-old students in reading, mathematics, science and finance, revealed that students in China performed above the OECD average in 2015. Moreover, one in four students in China are top performers in mathematics, having an ability to formulate complex situations mathematically. Further, China outperforms all the other participating countries in financial literacy, by having a high ability to analyse complex finance products. For India, the comparable data is not available as it was not a participating country in PISA 2015.
However, in India, the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2017 provides data for rural youth, aged 14-18, with respect to their abilities to lead productive lives as adults. According to this survey, only about half of the 14-year-old children in the sample could read English sentences, and more than half of the students surveyed could not do basic arithmetic operations, like division. For basic financial calculations, such as managing a budget or making a purchase decision, less than two-thirds could do the correct calculations.
With regard to the higher education system, both India and China dominate the number of tertiary degree holders because of their large population size, but when it comes to the percentage of the population holding tertiary degrees, only about 10 per cent and 8 per cent of the population possess university degrees in China and India, respectively. By contrast, in Japan, almost 50 per cent of the population holds a tertiary degree, and in the United States, 31 per cent of the population hold a tertiary degree.
In terms of the international recognition of universities, the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking for 2019 places seven of the Chinas universities in the top 200, compared to none for India. The global university rankings, which are based on various performance metrices, pertaining to teaching, research, citations, international outlook and industrial income, shows progress for several of Chinas low-ranked universities, largely driven by improvements in its citations.
In fact, the Tsinghua University has overtaken the National University of Singapore (NUS) to become the best university in Asia due to improvements in its citations, institutional income and increased share of international staff, students and co-authored publications.
While India has progressed in terms of massification of education, there is still a lot which needs to be done when it comes to catching up with the Chinas educational outcomes. Chinas early start in strengthening its primary and secondary education systems has given it an edge over India in terms of higher education. Moreover, Chinese government strategies are designed in line with the criterion used in major world university rankings, especially emphasis is on the two factors which weigh heavily in the rankings -- publications and international students.
The relentless publications drive, which is very evident in China, is weak in India and has led to a growing gap in the number of publications contributed by the two countries. Further, China enrolled about 292,611 foreign students in 2011 from 194 countries, while India currently only has 46,144 foreign students enrolled in its higher education institutions, coming from 166 countries. The large number of international enrollments in China is a reflection of its state policies granting high scholarships to foreign students.
To catch up with China, India needs to lay emphasis on improving its educational outcomes. Massification drive for education has helped India raise its student enrollments, but a lot needs to be done when it comes to global recognition for its universities. Further, it needs to focus on building the foundation skills which are acquired by students at the school age, poor fundamental skills flow through the student life, affecting adversely the quality of education system.
New Delhi: One-time correction window for NEET 2019 registration has been opened from January 14. The National Testing Agency has allowed the candidates to edit or make corrections in their applications till January 31.
After this date, no corrections will be allowed under any circumstances, NTA confirmed.
The corrections can be made on the official website ntaneet.nic.in.
NEET 2019 will be held on May 5, 2019 for MBBS and BDS admission, across the country.
The admit cards will be released on April 15.
The results are expected to be released on June 5.
The registration had started on November 1, 2018 was concluded on an extended last date, on December 7, 2018.
Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur has invited applications for admission to the Three Years' LL.B. (Honours in Intellectual Property Law) and LLM.
Eligibility: For Admission to the Three-year, Six-Semester, Full-Time residential LL.B. (Hons) Degree in Intellectual Property Rights, approved by the Bar Council of India, applicant should have a first Class Bachelor's Degree in Engineering/ Technology/Medicine / Equivalent or First Class Masters Degree in Science/Pharmacy/ Equivalent or First Class MBA degree with any of the above.
For admission to the 2 years' LL.M; applicant should have a First Class (Minimum of 60% marks or CGPA of 6.5 on a 10 point scale) in Bachelor of Laws (5 years) program or First Class (Minimum of 60% marks or CGPA of 6.5 on a 10 point scale) in Bachelor of Laws (3 years) program along with Bachelors Degree (not less than 3 years) in Humanities/Science/Commerce/equivalent or LL.B. Those with Degree from RGSOIPL with CGPA of 8.5 of above will be eligible for direct admission.
Application Fee: Application fee is Rs. 2500/- for General/OBC and Rs. 1250/- for SC/ST candidates.
Applications: Applications are to be submitted at http://www.iitkgp.ac.in/law for LL.B Honours and at http://www.iitkgp.ac.ini/llm for LL.M, latest by 15th March, 2019. Applicants belonging to the reserved/physically challenged categories must submit / upload online supporting document as proof. After final submission of online application, applicant will be able to generate the online application print with specific details/data. This application print may be retained for future requirement. Printout is not required to be sent by post to IIT. One can check submission, short-listing, selection and other application related status from Application Status menu.
Those shortlisted for online test will be informed through email only. Their names will also be notified in the webpage. However, candidates can see their status through login and download the interview letter, if shortlisted.
Entrance examination will be from 10 am to 12 noon on 20thApril, 2019 at Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore and Mumbai. At the time of entrance, candidates must carry hard copy of the admit card along with other photo identification documents such as university ID card/driving license/passport/PAN Card/Aadhar card (Any two minimum). Any Electronic gadgets including mobiles, iPads/laptops are not allowed in the examination hall.
Question Paper Pattern for LL.B will have questions from English (60 marks); Logical Reasoning (20); Mathematical Ability (15); Basic Science (Chemistry, Physics, Life Science) (35); Legal Aptitude (70). For LL.M, Questions will be Objective Type to asses, Legal aptitude and will carry 120 marks. Sample Questions are available at the respective websites. Personal Interview will be on 20th April, 2019 (2 pm to 5 pm) &21st April, 2019 (10 am onwards).
For details, visit http://www.iitkgp.ac.in/law for LL.B Honours and at http://www.iitkgp.ac.ini/llm for LLM.