Friday, July 29, 2016

No Special JOSAA Round, but institutes can do it with permission_2016

स्टूडेंट रिपोर्टिंग के बाद जो सुचना आ रही है। कुछ बड़े एन आई टी में कई विद्यार्थियों ने रिपोर्ट नहीं किया है। ये अन्य  में भी हो सकता है। 

जोसा को-ऑर्डिनेटर ने स्पेशल राउंड से किया हैं इनकार पर इन्स्टिट्यूशन राउंड को दी है हरी झंडी। संसथान अनुमति ले कर कर सकते हैं 

There seems to be more seat vacant then announced...lets wait for official announcement

Hindustan-Ranchi  30th July

A Report Published by Prabhat Khabar-Ranchi on 29th July

For official status of final vacancy ,click here

Monday, July 18, 2016

LS to take up bills to keep State Board out of NEET for 2016 on July 19

By: IANS | Last Updated: Tuesday, 19 July 2016 10:25 AM

LS to take up bills to keep State Board out of NEET for 2016 on July 19
New Delhi: Two important bills that seek to replace ordinances to keep state boards out of the ambit of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for the academic year 2016 will be introduced in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, said Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs S.S. Ahluwalia.
“The Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill, 2016, and The Dentists (Amendment) Bill, 2016  seeking to amend the Indian Medical Council Act of 1956 and the Dentists Act of 1948  to replace the two ordinances will be taken up on Tuesday,” Ahluwalia told reporters. The business advisory committee of the House had fixed four to six hours for discussions on the bills.
“Passing these two bills will be our top priority,” Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said.
The Centre had, in the wake of reported pressure from some states, in May promulgated the two ordinances to keep the state boards out of the ambit of the pan-India medical and dental entrance examination (NEET) for 2016.
On July 14, the Supreme Court had expressed “doubt” over the validity of the ordinance allowing the states to hold their own entrance examinations for admissions to undergraduate medical courses for the current academic year by passing the NEET.
The apex court refused to stay the ordinance’s operation, as 50 per cent of the states had already conducted their own entrance examinations for admissions to their respective government medical colleges.
However, a bench of Justice Anil R. Dave, Justice Shiva Kirti Singh and Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said: “Prima facie, we find that the validity of the ordinance is open to doubt.”
The Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and the The Dentists (Amendment) Bill, 2016 were slated to be introduced in the Lok Sabha on Monday by Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda, but the lower house proceedings were adjourned for the day as a mark of respect to the death of a sitting member.

source: ABP news update

Saturday, July 16, 2016

HRD Ministry working on scheme for interest-free loans to IIT students

Source-Indian Express

"The ministry has planned a subvention scheme which will ensure that the interest part on loans is taken care of by it. The details of the scheme are being finalised by the ministry."

By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: July 15, 2016 1:20 pm
The HRD Ministry is working on a subvention scheme to help IIT students get interest-free loans so that they can pay their fees easily.
Officials in the Prakash Javadekar-led ministry said while the fee for these institutes was hiked recently, the government also wants that students and their parents do not face any hardship.
“The ministry has planned a subvention scheme which will ensure that the interest part on loans is taken care of by it. The details of the scheme are being finalised by the ministry,” an official said.

Under the earlier HRD minister Smriti Irani, the fee was increased from Rs 90,000 to Rs 2 lakh per annum.
However SC, ST, the differently abled and economically backward sections were provided waivers.
Officials said that the scheme will help those, who don’t come under the categories but still may need assistance to cope with increased fee.

When the IIT fee was hiked, it was mentioned that students would be able to get interest-free loans under the ‘Vidyalakshmi’ scheme.
However, according officials, there has been some feedback regarding difficulties prospective students are facing in securing interest free loans and the ministry is trying to ensure that these are addressed.
The fee hike comes into effect from this academic year, when the new batch joins.

Maharashtra 2016: JEE Main Aspirant's denied admission after DTE's error

MHT-CET 2016: Aspirant's denied admission after DTE's error


In a recent declaration, the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra has decided to scrap the admissions to the engineering courses for students who had not taken the Maharashtra Common Entrance Exam (MHT-CET) 2016 and had got admission on the basis of JEE Main 2016. DTE has informed this to all the students who were allotted seats in Centralised Admission Process (CAP) Round 1 on the basis of their JEE Main 2016 marks.
"It was an error from the CAP's side. We are now awarding seats according to the State Government's directives. Primarily, we will allot seats on the basis of MHT-CET marks. Secondly, we will accommodate only those JEE students who had taken the MHT-CET 2016," said D S Meshram, Joint Director - DTE.
DTE has allotted around 15% seats for admissions in the engineering colleges in Maharashtra through JEE Main score. "Students who secured admission through their JEE Main score and had also taken the MHT-CET test will be given preference in the fourth round of CAP, in the Other than Maharashtra State category (OMS)," said Meshram.
This is not the only problem which engineering aspirants will have to face in Maharashtra, as the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has gone to the Supreme Court seeking a ban on four engineering colleges in Maharashtra. A letter sent from the AICTE to the Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) has named Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil Pratishthans College, Sion, Anjuman-I-Islam's Saboo Siddik College, Byculla, Thadomal Shahani College, Bandra and Dr. J J Magdum College, Kolhapur.
The future of those students who have taken admissions to the above-mentioned engineering colleges will now depend on the decision of the Supreme Court.

Friday, July 15, 2016

IIT_CSE_4th Round Closing Rank_JOSAA 2016-2017-Bombay_Dhanbad_Tirupati_Bhilai

4th Round Cut off -

कंप्यूटर साइंस कट ऑफ -

टॉप ५ आई आई टी में दाखिला के लिए ३०० के भीतर रहना होगा
टॉप १० आई आई टी के लिए आल इंडिया रैंक १४०० के भीतर
आई आई टी पटना ३ हजारी कट ऑफ से २ हजारी स्लैब में एंट्री
धनबाद एवं तिरुपति के कट में १००० रैंक का फैसला

Institute Opening Rank Closing Rank
IIT Bombay 1 60
IIT Delhi 24 115
IIT Madras 62 173
IIT Kanpur 113 230
IIT Kharagpur 181 286
IIT Roorkee 294 482
IIT Guwahati 406 666
IIT (BHU) Varanasi 500 772
IIT Hyderabad 418 879
IIT Indore 933 1377
IIT Ropar 898 1585
IIT Gandhinagar 493 1746
IIT Mandi 1630 2360
IIT Jodhpur 699 2682
IIT Bhubaneswar 1497 2753
IIT Patna 1541 2846
Indian School of Mines Dhanbad 1655 3375
IIT Tirupati 2524 4317
IIT Palakkad 2818 4804
IIT Goa 3003 4870
IIT Dharwad 2914 5528
IIT Bhilai 3146 5752
IIT Jammu 4743 6069

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Delhi-NCR Leads Job Index with 46 % Growth,India Inc. hiring sentiment moves up by 22%

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai | July 13, 2016 18:19 IST
The growth during this period was predominantly led by sectors such as Telecom, IT-Software, ITES, Healthcare and Insurance. Other sectors such as BFSI and Pharma were stagnant in current index of June’16 as compared to June’15.

The Naukri Job Speak Index for the month of June 2016 stood at 2129 recording an increase of 22% in hiring activity over June 2015. The growth during this period was predominantly led by sectors such as Telecom, IT-Software, ITES, Healthcare and Insurance. Other sectors such as BFSI and Pharma were stagnant in current index of June’16 as compared to June’15.
Increase in demand for professionals working in IT-Software started from January’16 onwards and for the month of June’16, they saw their jobs go up by 19% over same period last year. Similar trends were seen for Sales and Business Development professionals on Y-o-Y basis, they saw an 11% increase in new jobs. Demand for professionals in Marketing and Advertising industry witnessed an impressive 34% growth in new jobs creation in the month of June’16 over June’15.
Among the metros, Delhi/NCR leads with a 46% growth followed by Chennai and Hyderabad at 43% and 36% respectively. Mumbai, Bangalore and Pune also report growth of 24%, 18% and 13% respectively in June’16 over June’15.
V. Suresh, Chief Sales Officer, said, “The job market continues to sustain the momentum gained over the past few months and is moving further north with an impressive 22% Y-o-Y growth in June’16. Though this growth is predominantly driven by sectors viz., IT, Telecom and Healthcare we can expect the other sectors to pick up in the next few months or so. Looks like good times ahead for jobseekers.”
Industry-wise analysis:  The detailed analysis of core sectors is as follows:
  • IT-Software registered a growth of 19% in June’2016 over June 2015
  • Auto & Auto Ancillary sector continues to register a Y-o-Y upward movement and records 14% growth in June’16 index
  • In addition to this, Healthcare sector has also shown tremendous growth of 37% in June’16 over June’15
  • On the contrary, sectors like Real Estate, Oil & Gas and Construction & Engineering witnessed a dip of 9%, 3% and 15% in June’16 index
Functional Area analysis: Demand for professionals in IT-Software continues to grow, analysis of other industry professionals are as follows:
  • IT – Hardware & Telecom and Finance professionals witnessed an increase of 13% and 11% respectively
  • Demand for professionals in Marketing & Advertising recorded remarkable growth of 34% in June’16 index
  • Professionals in Top Management witnessed a decline of -8% in the June’16 index
  • Increased demand was seen for Pharma professionals with an impressive 26% Y-o-Y growth
City-wise analysis: All metro cities witnessed growth in jobs this year in June compared to the same time period last year.
  • Among the metros, Delhi/NCR reported a Y-o-Y growth of 46% in the June’16 index
  • Followed by Chennai and Hyderabad registered an increase of 43% and 36% respectively
  • Mumbai and Bengaluru recorded an increase of 24% and 18% respectively; as well as Pune witnessed an increase of 13% in June’16 over June’15

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

IISER 2016_1st Round Allotment_JEE Main _Channel_Thiruvananthapuram_Pune_Bhopal_Mohali_Kolkata

JEE channel First round 


First round allotment result of JEE channel is given below.

You must download your offer letter from the Application portal. The offer expires at 4 PM of 12 July 2016, Tuesday.

Candidates who have been offered through IIT-JEE Channel may note that unless you pay fee to the respective IISER your candidature would be cancelled on the offer expiry date and you will not be considered for FLOAT option. No request later would be entertained.

There may be a second round of allotment for JEE channel candidates depending on the vacancies at various IISERs after the registration period of the first round.

Sl no Application No Name Present Allotment
1 100020 Aasadeep Singh Mohali
2 100052 Kishan Sankharva Kolkata
3 100068 Ankan Bohara Bhopal
4 100367 Ankur Tiwary Mohali
5 100539 Prempal Mohali
6 100650 Appu S Tirupati
7 100748 Soumava Paul Bhopal
8 100906 Ayush Basu Kolkata
9 100933 Hitesh Vilas Wankhede Pune
10 100967 Ankit Choudhary Mohali
11 101094 Ishita Das Pune
12 101132 Aarsh Chotalia Pune
13 101187 Yash Mangesh Kadam Pune
14 101196 Pragya Gupta Bhopal
15 101349 Dev Verma Thiruvananthapuram
16 101479 Yash Kulkarni Pune
17 101873 Abhinav Bhatnagar Bhopal
18 101912 Jeevan Suresh Navgire Pune
19 101944 Harshavardhan Karthikeyan Thiruvananthapuram
20 102035 Chahat Chawla Mohali
21 102065 Priyanka M. Tirupati
22 102071 Pronoy Biswas Thiruvananthapuram
23 102113 Santanu Malik Kolkata
24 102328 Wrishik Naskar Pune
25 102332 Sumit Ranjan Berhampur
26 102350 Rishabh Sharma Bhopal
27 102358 Shivam Kant Bhopal
28 102450 Gaurav Khemka Mohali
29 102563 P Thiruvasakan Mohali
30 102643 Adharsh Rishi Kiran K Thiruvananthapuram
31 102654 Daattavya Aggarwal Kolkata