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NEET-PG Counselling 2021: Registration begins tomorrow by MCC, check details

The application process for AIQ round 1 will commence on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 and will run till January 17, 2021 whereas, the application process for round 2 will begin on February 3, 2022 and run until February 7, 2022.

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NEET-PG Counselling 2021

The Medical Counselling Committee will begin the registration procedure for NEET PG counselling from January 12, 2022. The NEET PG counselling committee has also informed the candidates for the modifications in the counselling procedure that will take effect in the academic year 2021-22.

Earlier, there were supposed to be two rounds of all India quota (AIQ) counselling but now, candidates will now have four choices of rounds. These rounds are AIQ Round 1, AIQ Round 2, AIQ Mop-up Round, and AIQ Stray Vacancy Round.

According to the statement of the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), following the end of round 2 of AIQ, although, no seats will be returned to the individual states.

The application process for AIQ round 1 will commence on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 and will run till January 17, 2021 whereas, the application process for round 2 will begin on February 3, 2022 and run until February 7, 2022.

Applicants will be able to choose and confirm colleges from a list of accessible options after completing each round’s registration. Applicants will be verified and seats will be assigned in accordance with the procedures.

According to the new changes in the NEET PG counselling process, unfilled Non-residential Indian (NRI), Muslim minority, as well as Jain minority seats will be modified to Indian National seats after all eligible NRI, Muslim minority, or Jain minority applicants have been exhausted during the mop-up round before being reverted back to the respective Deemed University.

MCC of DGHS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, will provide counselling for PG Diploma of National Board (DNB) seats (MoHFW).

The stray vacancy round for the 2021-22 academic session will be performed online by MCC of DGHS, MoHFW for Central University, institutions, All India Quota, and DNB seats. It was formerly done offline by the relevant Central University and collaborating institutes. 

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The following is AIQ’s reservation policy for Central Institutes/or Universities, as well as State-funded seats.

  1. The reserved seats for Scheduled Caste (SC) is 15 per cent.
  2. The reserved seats for Scheduled Tribe (ST) is 15 per cent.
  3. The reserved seats for Other Backward Class (OBC) , the non-creamy layer is 27 pre cent.
  4. The reserved seats for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) is 10 per cent.
  5. The reserved seats for persons with disabilities (PWD), horizontal reservation as per the National Medical Commission is 5 per cent.

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CAT 2022 tomorrow: Last minute tips and strategies to ace entrance exam

CAT is one of the most difficult entrance exams for Management of Business Administration (MBA). Every year, around 2 lakh candidates appear for the CAT exam to get admission to top-notch business schools.

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CAT 2022 tomorrow: Last minute tips and strategies to ace entrance exam

The Common Aptitude Test (CAT) is a national-level entrance exam and is scheduled to be held on November 27. Every year, around 2 lakh candidates appear for the CAT exam to get admission to top-notch business schools.

CAT is one of the most difficult entrance exams for Management of Business Administration (MBA).

With just a day left for the CAT 2023, here are the last-minute preparation tips and strategies for the exam.

  • Avoid studying new topics at the last minute.
  • Try to solve last year’s questions at this hour.
  • Revise from the previously prepared notes.
  • Keep polishing your speed and accuracy level.
  • Practice managing time in an effective way.
  • Attempt the familiar questions first, and then try out the difficult ones. 

Last-minute CAT preparation strategy Section-wise

The CAT 2022 exam will consist of 66 questions divided across three sections. The sections include Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning and Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension. Candidates have 40 minutes to complete each section with PwD candidates receiving an additional 13 minutes and 20 seconds for each Section.

Quantitative Aptitude

As this section is covered by concept-based questions, thus it is important for the candidates to clear the concept first. You need to have a strong command of calculation. To excel in this section, go through the previous year’s question paper.

Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning

There is no need to learn any kind of formula to ace this section as all the questions in this section is based on logic.

Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension

This is the only section that can disbalance time management. This section requires good reading skills, as candidates have to read long passages and answer all questions related to the passage. Candidates need to work on their vocabulary to ace this section.

CAT 2022: Marking Scheme

  • For every accurate MCQ answer, candidates will receive 3 points.
  • For every incorrect MCQ answer, one mark will be deducted.
  • Marks will not be deducted for a question that is not an MCQ.
  • No credit will be given for questions that are unanswered.
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IGNOU releases December TEE hall ticket: here’s how to download

IGNOU December TEE 2022 exam will be held from December 2, 2022, to January 9, 2023.

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IGNOU releases December TEE hall ticket: here's how to download

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) released the hall ticket for December Term End Examination (TEE) 2022 exam today. November 26. Candidates who have registered for the IGNOU December exam can check the admit card on its official website at ignou.ac.in.

Candidates are required to enter the enrollment number and choose the program to access the IGNOU December TEE admit card. According to an official notification, the candidates are required to carry a copy of their admit card on the day of the examination. Candidates will not be allowed to give the exam without an admit card and a valid photo ID.

IGNOU December TEE hall ticket: How to download

  • Go to the official website of IGNOU at ignou.ac.in.
  • On the homepage, click on the link that reads Link for Downloading of Hall Ticket / Admit Card for December 2022 Term End Examination.
  • Candidates will be redirected to a new page.
  • Enter your enrollment number and program and click on submit.
  • IGNOU hall ticket 2022 for the December TEE exam will open on the screen.
  • Download the admit card after cross-checking all the details.

IGNOU released a notification that reads Students may note that there can be a possibility of a last-minute change of examination center due to unavoidable circumstances. In such a condition, the university will take appropriate remedial measures. The affected students are advised to be in touch with their respective regional centers.

IGNOU December TEE 2022 exam will be held from December 2, 2022, to January 9, 2023. The exam will be conducted in two shifts. The morning session will take place from 10 am to 1 pm and the evening session from 2 pm to 5 pm.

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RRB declares NTPC typing test result, DV call letter also released, here’s how to check

Candidates can view and obtain their admission cards through the RRBs’ official website if they want to appear for the document verification.

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RRB declares NTPC typing test result

The Railway Recruitment Board has released the RRB NTPC Result for the typing test. Candidates who took the typing test can access their results at rrbajmer.gov.in, the RRN Ajmer official website.

The call letter for the process of document verification has also been made public by the Board. Candidates can view and obtain their admission cards through the RRBs’ official website if they want to appear for the document verification.

The results of the typing test can be viewed by RRB candidates from Bengaluru, Allahabad, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Kolkata, Malda, Secunderabad, Ajmer, Bilaspur, Jammu, Chandigarh, Ranchi, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai, Bhubaneswar, and Siliguri, according to the official website.

Candidates seeking the Level 5 DV E-call letters for the RRBs in Ajmer, Chennai, Siliguri, and Bhubaneswar may do so. Candidates for the Level 6 DV E-call letter for the RRB Thiruvananthapuram, Bengaluru, Guwahati, Ranchi, Bhopal, Siliguri, Ajmer, Kolkata, Chennai, Chandigarh, Bhubaneswar, Allahabad, and Secunderabad can download it.

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Know here how to download call letter and check the result:-

Candidates can follow these easy steps listed below to check their results and download their call letters.

• Go to the RRBs’ official website.

• Go to the link for RRB NTPC result and call letter on the homepage.

• After entering your login information, click “Submit.”

• On the screen, your result or call letter will be visible.

• Review the outcome and save the page.

• Save a physical copy of the same in case you need it again.

The Railway Recruitment Board had conducted the NTPC Typing exam 2022 on October 8. The RRB NTPC Typing Test on October 8, was held for Levels 2 and 5.

In this examination, firstly, candidates had to type a minimum of 300 words in English and 250 in Hindi. The rulebook read that the authorities will neglect 5 per cent of the total word count mistakes. To determine the final speed of the RRB NTPC Typing Test 2022, authorities will subtract every full or half-word that was input that was wrong once the limit had been reached.

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