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FTII JET admit card 2021 released, here’s how to download admit card

Today on November 9, 2021, Wednesday, the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) of Pune has published the admit cards of the Joint Entrance Test (JET) 2021. Applicants can download FTII JET admit card 2021 from the official website of the Film and Television Institute of India, ftii.ac.in.

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FTII JET admit card 2021 released, here's how to download admit card

Today on November 9, 2021, Wednesday, the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) of Pune has published the admit cards of the Joint Entrance Test (JET) 2021. Applicants can download FTII JET admit card 2021 from the official website of the Film and Television Institute of India, ftii.ac.in.

There are two groups formed, Group A, Group B and Group C. Each groups’ entrance exam time has been scheduled on different dates and different times. Group A entrance exam will be held on December 18, 2021.

The timings will be from 2:00 pm till 5:00 pm. However, the Group B entrance exam will be taken on December 19, 2021. Also, the timings of this group will be also same, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

Moreover, the Group C exam will be also conducted on December 19, 2021, from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. JET 2021 is required for admission in SRFTI and FTII postgraduate programmes.

JET 2021 exam will be taken in objective type and subjective type. The duration of this written exam will be of three hours. Although, this exam will be held across India, in 27 cities.

Direct link to download FTII JET admit card 2021.

Steps to download the FTII JET admit card 2021

Step 1: Open the official website of Film and Television Institute of India, ftii.ac.in.
Step 2: On the next window, click on the link named, admissions: joint entrance test 2021- registration closed.
Step 3: Download the admit card from the designated link.
Step 4: Fill in the details required, application number and date of birth.
Step 5: FTII JET admit card 2021 will open on the screen.
Step 6: Check and download the admit card.
Step 7: Take a printout and keep that with you for further need.

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Raksha Bandhan 2022: 5 super easy and affordable DIY Rakhi ideas

This Raksha Bandhan make a simple DIY Rakhi at home by just using a handful amount of materials, that can make your brother feel extra special.

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Raksha Bandhan 2022

Raksha Bandhan is an auspicious festival that marks the strong bond between brothers and sisters. The festival revolves around siblings tying rakhi, a holy thread, feasting on exquisite dishes, and exchanging presents during the occasion.

Raksha Bandhan is around the corner and sisters are all geared up to buy a perfect rakhi for their brothers. However, there have been times when you do not get a rakhi of your choice and you keep scrolling shopping websites or hogging from shop to shop to find the ideal rakhi. But there is no need to worry as you have landed in the right place.

You can easily make different types of beautiful rakhis of your choice at home, and that would definitely be more special than the ones available in the market.

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Here are do-it-yourself (DIY) ideas to make rakhi at home:

Rakhi from wool: This type of Rakhi is quite easy to make and it looks pretty as well. Plus, it would be super eco-friendly.

Materials required to make this rakhi: silk thread, wool, satin ribbon, scissors, fevicol, and decorative craft materials like foam, wool, sequins tassels, beads, etc.

Rakhi from paper: These types of Rakhi can be made with limited materials. All you need is some paper, a glue stick, a pair of scissors, a satin ribbon and a small bead or decorative stone.

Rakhi from waste materials: These are fancy and eco-friendly rakhis. These rakhis can be made easily at home with just a handful of materials.

Materials that are required are matchsticks/ toothpicks, some paper, a pair of scissors, fevicol, beads, thread or a satin ribbon.

Photo rakhi: These rakhis are nowadays quite popular. Why spend a high price on something that can be very easily made at home?

The materials that are required are a small passport-size photograph of your brother, some chart paper, a glue stick, a pair of scissors, thread or a satin ribbon and decorative items like beads and stones.

Rakhi with buttons- Don’t throw buttons and make this amazingly beautiful rakhi by using minimum stuff.

Materials that are required to make are buttons, a glue stick, a pair of scissors, a satin thread, and some decorative like beads, mirror stones, etc.

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AR Rahman Birthday: Here’s how fans wished the music maestro on his special day

AR Rahman turned 55 years old this year. The complete name of AR Rahman is Allahrakka Rahman. Isai Puyal, Kadavule, Thalaiva, and Mozart of Madras are just a few of the many nicknames he’s gained for his tremendous contributions to the world of music.

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AR Rahman Birthday: Here’s how fans wished the music maestro on his special day

It is hardly an exaggeration to justify that the name is associated with music. AR Rahman has amassed a legion of millions of followers throughout the course of his remarkable career. Rahman’s music effortlessly transcends geographical, linguistic, cultural, and religious barriers.

This year 2022, AR Rahman has turned a year older today, on the 6th of January, 2022. Fans have already started trending him on the top of the Twitter trending section a day before his birthday. AR Rahman’s fans are wishing him wellness and paying beautiful tributes.

Whether it comes to party numbers or romantic ballads, AR Rahman had always been on the favorite lists of people and fans. Rahman’s achievements have been acknowledged by both nationally and internationally.

Rahman began his cinematic career in the year 1992 after he established Panchathan Record Inn, a recording and mixing production in his own garden. Later, it became India’s most advanced technological recording studio, as well as one of Asia’s most expensive and high studios.

Santosh Sivan, a cinematographer, enlisted Rahman for his second movie, Yoddha, a Malayalam film starring Mohanlal and directed by Sangeeth Sivan, which came out in September 1992.

Awards to AR Rahman

This great singer and composer have achieved a lot and been awarded many awards. Six National Film Awards, two Academy Awards, two Grammy Awards, a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, fifteen Filmfare Awards, and seventeen Filmfare Awards South were all bestowed to the great composer.

AR Rahman’s Nicknames

AR Rahman turned 55 years old this year. The complete name of AR Rahman is Allahrakka Rahman. Isai Puyal, Kadavule, Thalaiva, and Mozart of Madras are just a few of the many nicknames he’s gained for his tremendous contributions to the world of music.

Here’s how fans wished AR Rahman on his 55 birthday on Twitter

Fans are showering love and blessings to AR Rahman on his birthday. They are giving tributes to him on Twitter with the hashtag #arrahmanbirthday.

One of Isai Puyal’s fans wished him saying, he will be forever grateful for his existence.

While the other fan shared a tweet in which he wrote AR Rahman’s nickname and wished him Happy Birthday.

He wrote, Happy 55th birthday Thalaiva.

https://twitter.com/TaxiDriver_01/status/1478796361801732097

Another person complimented him with the words like genius and wrote that AR Rahman is a genius, freak, and god above all. He also wrote another nickname of AR Rahman, Kadavule, and wished him Happy Birthday.

https://twitter.com/WeepingBileDuct/status/1478986417204125701

Moreover, another fan concluded and wrote that Rahman is a genius soul and stirring magician. The fan wished him Happy Birthday and wrote that he is wishing him love, music, happiness, peace of mind, and the best of everything.

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Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo, Assamese poet Nilmani Phookan Jr wins Jnanpith Award

Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo and Assamese poet Nilmani Phookan Jr are awarded the highest literary honour of India, the Jnanpith Award on Tuesday, December 7.

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Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo, Assamese poet Nilmani Phookan Jr

Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo and Assamese poet Nilmani Phookan Jr are awarded the highest literary honour of India, the Jnanpith Award on Tuesday, December 7.

Damodar Mauzo, who was also awarded Sahitya Akademi Award in 1983, received the Jnanpith Award for 2021 and Nilmani Phookan bagged the award for last year.

About Damodar Mauzo

Born on August 1, 1994, Damodar Mauzo is popular for his collection of short stories Teresa’s Man and Other Stories from Goa. These short stories written by him was nominated for the Frank O’Connor International award in 2015. Apart from this, he was honoured by the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1983 for the novel Karmelin and for Tsunami Simon, he bagged the Vimala V Pai Vishwa Konkani Sahitya Puraskar in 2011.

The Konkani writer also actively took part in the historic Opinion Poll that was conducted in Goa in 1976 that decided the political status of the newly liberated Goa. He also played a major role in Goa’s successful movement Konkani Porjecho Avaz. Damodar is the co-founder and co-curator of the Goa Arts and Literary Festival.

About Nilmani Phookan Jr

Padma Shree Nilmani Phookan is a renowned Assamese poet who is popular for works like Kobita, Surya Henu Nami Ahe Nodiyedi, and Gulapi Jamur Lagna. He received the Sahitya Akademi Award in Assamese in 1981 for his poetry collection, Kavita.

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In 1990, Nilmani was honoured with the Padma Shri by the Government of India and received the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship, the highest literary honour in India. He was also awarded the Assam Valley Literary Award in 1997.

About Jnanpith Award

It is the highest and oldest Indian literary award given out annually by the Bharatiya Jnanpith to writers for their outstanding contribution to literature. Jnanpith Award was instituted in 1961 and awarded only to authors writing in Indian languages and is not awarded posthumously.

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