Working hard for your MBA? These key points can lead you ahead in Business Management

Working hard for your MBA? These key points can lead you ahead in Business Management

There is always a constant debate when it comes to factorizing a new business idea- either stride into it or pick an MBA before doing so. Choosing the former, after gaining a professional experience in IT for two years, I ventured into start-up space along with a bunch of friends.

Despite earning a fair number of returns, must say that opting for a one year MBA program to enhance my managerial skills turned out to be the best decision so far.

Benefits of Business Schools

It is true that a B-School experience gives you that extra edge:

  • More than what you read from a textbook, it provides you an open platform
  • Learning from the experts directly
  • Exposure to meet and interact with industry professionals
  • An opportunity to network
  • Work on assignments
  • Live chat sessions
  • Case studies and group discussions
  • Entrepreneurship lessons across sectors
  • Ability to put out a business plan with a 24-hour deadline

So, is that all? No.

In fact, the most important and real-world lessons come after adapting these above-mentioned advantages that lead you to go beyond and look ahead of the curve once you step into corporate or entrepreneurial venture i.e., how to prepare and execute an idea to stimulate the business further.

Be an existing or budding entrepreneur or those who wish to climb up the ladder in an organization, an MBA degree has its own stand point. The initial stage of the one year MBA programme exposed to mild and crisp details of all the courses available, now, halfway through it, I have a holistic view of business that helps me see the bigger picture.

Here are some of the key takeaways which I am sure most of you out there would be able to relate to or begin to look at Masters of Business Administration from a different perspective:

Research:

Research has always been a primary part of any business. Before pitching for new business/ or product launch, a thorough ‘Market Research’ should be executed.

A strong knowledge and how to nurture these skills are provided hands-on if you are in a B-School as it helps in identifying the risk factors, sales targets, understanding and improvising customer relationship and keeping a track on brand reputation, in turn, eventually leading to growth in business.

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West Virginia Higher Education: Many Colleges But Little Learning Or Income

West Virginia State Capitol in Charleston, West Virginia, USA. (Getty)

A legendary former four term governor of Ohio, James Rhodes, once bragged that he was placing a state university within 30 miles of every resident of the Buckeye State. The goal of providing access to colleges dominated American higher education policy in the mid-20th century, but we are now reaping the consequences of a system of too many mediocre colleges teaching too few things of value to too few well trained students at too high of a price.

To make the point, let’s talk about West Virginia. The Mountaineer State has barely 1.8 million persons; population has fallen in the 21st century, and attendance has similarly declined at state universities in recent years. West Virginia has 11 public four year colleges and universities, only two fewer than neighboring Ohio, a state with six times the population. West Virginia has the highest unemployment rate of the 48 contiguous states, the second lowest per capita income and the lowest percent of those over 25 years old with four year college degrees or more. Therein lies a paradox: public colleges are everywhere — roughly one for every 2,000 square miles and 160,000 persons — but relatively few graduates.

Most of the public schools are very small — six have fewer than 2,500 enrolled. Only two schools have at least 5,000 students, of which one, West Virginia University (WVU), is the only true comprehensive university, with over 28,000 students and a decent if not spectacular reputation in many academic areas, being ranked 406 on the Forbes list of 660 best colleges (the only other true university, Marshall, has about 13,000 students and is better known for football than academic prowess; Forbes does not even rank it). West Virginia is one of four states (Alaska, New Mexico and South Dakota are the others) with no school listed in the top 500 college list of the Wall Street Journal.

Data from the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard show that West Virginia higher education has often been a very poor investment for students. Only one school, WVU, has more students who actually graduate rather than dropout (or at least don’t graduate within six years). It is also the only school where the average annual earnings after leaving the university exceeds $40,000. At two schools, Bluefield State and West Virginia State, average earnings are less than $30,000 a year — less than what a recent high school graduate making $15 an hour earns.

Questions abound. If higher education is a key to economic prosperity, why does a state with so many publicly supported colleges have such low incomes and relatively few job opportunities? What is cause and what is effect? Is West Virginia poor because it has relatively few college graduates? Or, does it have few graduates because it is poor? Or, more provocatively, is the poor quality of higher education, especially at the non-flagship (WVU) schools, contributing to the state’s ranking at the bottom of states in terms of economic opportunity and quality of life?

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Working hard for your MBA? These key points can lead you ahead in Business Management

Working hard for your MBA? These key points can lead you ahead in Business Management

There is always a constant debate when it comes to factorizing a new business idea- either stride into it or pick an MBA before doing so. Choosing the former, after gaining a professional experience in IT for two years, I ventured into start-up space along with a bunch of friends.

Despite earning a fair number of returns, must say that opting for a one year MBA program to enhance my managerial skills turned out to be the best decision so far.

Benefits of Business Schools

It is true that a B-School experience gives you that extra edge:

  • More than what you read from a textbook, it provides you an open platform
  • Learning from the experts directly
  • Exposure to meet and interact with industry professionals
  • An opportunity to network
  • Work on assignments
  • Live chat sessions
  • Case studies and group discussions
  • Entrepreneurship lessons across sectors
  • Ability to put out a business plan with a 24-hour deadline

So, is that all? No.

In fact, the most important and real-world lessons come after adapting these above-mentioned advantages that lead you to go beyond and look ahead of the curve once you step into corporate or entrepreneurial venture i.e., how to prepare and execute an idea to stimulate the business further.

Be an existing or budding entrepreneur or those who wish to climb up the ladder in an organization, an MBA degree has its own stand point. The initial stage of the one year MBA programme exposed to mild and crisp details of all the courses available, now, halfway through it, I have a holistic view of business that helps me see the bigger picture.

Here are some of the key takeaways which I am sure most of you out there would be able to relate to or begin to look at Masters of Business Administration from a different perspective:

Research:

Research has always been a primary part of any business. Before pitching for new business/ or product launch, a thorough ‘Market Research’ should be executed.

A strong knowledge and how to nurture these skills are provided hands-on if you are in a B-School as it helps in identifying the risk factors, sales targets, understanding and improvising customer relationship and keeping a track on brand reputation, in turn, eventually leading to growth in business.

Perception:

Now, from the research data collected, based on the competition and customer feedbacks, a new innovative strategy is conceptualized that will distinguish the brand from other players in the market.

But, before proceeding to this stage, a key point to keep in mind here is Consumer Perception – What your customers actually think about your company? Their experience with your products? etc.

This is exactly where a ‘Marketing management & Strategy’ course comes into play as it educates you with concepts comprising of brand awareness and helps you to reach the desired customer segment.

For instance, nowadays, when I look at commercials, the focus goes on the pitch and strategy part, rather than the making.

Operations:

Overall productivity of business will take place only when operational elements like planning, organizing, monitoring are set in place.

Right from pricing, budget allocations for each department, collecting and collating information, employee management to customer management, ‘Operations’, as a major or elective in a B-school, molds you with theories and practical skills to manage day-to-day activities as the business expands.

Risk-taking and negotiation:

Handling risk is absolutely a critical factor in a business setting because it supports in identifying frauds and deals with crisis management.

An MBA helps you focus on the principles, allows practicing ‘Risk Management’ through case studies, live projects, and how to leverage business opportunities.

It also throws additional light on the local as well as global perspective on the current issues and teaches how to identify and analyze risks within a framework.

The same applies to Negotiation. If you are planning a career in business, then you must be a good negotiator as well. B school learning enables you to achieve that by preparing you with strategies from analytical and behavioral perspective.

Communication & Technology:

One of the crucial aspects used by organizations and business leaders of today is Communication. From writing to positioning one self and the brand, ‘Business communication’ has been taught thoroughly by B schools.

With digital media taking over, institutes are also training students with practical skills that further assists to overcome challenges in the corporate world.

I never felt the need of Analytics, but had my startup expanded, it would have been a must. Now that I have chosen AIMLA (Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Analytics) amongst others electives, it is giving ample exposure to basic concepts of the disruptive technologies that are occurring in the industry.

All the above-mentioned courses are offered under essential ‘core courses’ by MBA institutes across the country.

And, if one is part of an institution that has best faculty quality and business relevance curriculum including the latest tech trends such as AIMLA, he/she can always look over the horizon on what is next and advance ahead.

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Delhi: Private Schools Release Nursery Admission Criteria

Delhi: Private Schools Release Nursery Admission Criteria

Delhi Nursery Admission 2019: Eligibility Criteria Update

New Delhi: 

The race for nursery seats, in the national capital, will officially kick-start from December 15 and today the private schools have released the eligibility criteria for the admission as per the order of  the Directorate of Education of Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi for nursery, kindergarten and class 1 admission. 1600 private schools, in the city, have come up with their own criteria and point systems, which will decide the final admission list. Many schools have preferred to take students residing within 1-3 kilometre radius. Sibling quota, parents being alumni of the school, single child, first child are the other important criteria for this year’s admission.

The enrolment process will end in March.

Delhi Nursery Admission Schedule

Application submission will continue till January 7 and the first admission list is expected on February 4.

Following a Delhi High Court order, the government has capped the age for the nursery admission this year. The government has set an upper age limit of less than four years to be eligible for nursery, less than five years for kindergarten, and less than six years for admission to Class 1.

A Beginner’s Guide To Delhi Nursery Admission

25% of the total seats will be reserved for those belonging to economically weaker sections/ disadvantaged groups (EWS/ DG) category.

‘No deviation from the above schedule shall be permitted. Each school shall display the aforesaid admission schedule on its notice board and website,’ the Directorate has said. ‘Each school shall ensure that application forms for admission are made available to all applicants till the last date of submission of admission,’ it added.

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UPSC score may no longer be enough to bag service; selection process to get tougher

UPSC score may no longer be enough to bag service; selection process to get tougher

UPSC or Union Public Service Commission as we know might be changed if a proposal to alter the format is accepted. In the proposed move, marks scored in the highly-competitive exams and cracking the interview might not be the only criteria to land the service candidates desire. The government is considering turning the 15-week long training course for new recruits at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) into an added criterion for allocating service and cadre.

The practice currently is to allot candidates who clear the UPSC exams the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and other services based on their ranks. Once that is done, the new recruits are sent to LBSNAA for training before they branch out into training programmes specific to their service.
According to a report in The Indian Express, the PMO now wants to change the process and allot services and cadres based on the performance in the Foundation Course. The report mentions that the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) sent letters to various ministries seeking their views. A DoPT official said that the discussion came up at a meeting at the PMO after which ministries were asked to send in their views.
If this is implemented, the service recruitment rules would have to be altered to suit the new format.
Currently the Foundation Course counts for 400 marks but only assists in ensuring seniority within the batch. It is a mix of activities ranging from public administration and political science to extracurricular activities like visiting villages, trekking and interaction with colleagues.
While some experts think that this is a welcome move, some are far from okay. Padam Vir Singh, former director of LBSNAA believes that the interview is not enough to judge the candidates properly. Another senior bureaucrat believes that this will only intensify the competition and make it a rat race, where everyone will compete for every single point in order to get their preferred cadre.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted his displeasure at this proposal. “The letter below reveals the PM’s plan to appoint officers of RSS’s choice into the Central Services, by manipulating the merit list using subjective criteria, instead of exam rankings,” he tweeted. He also posted the letter that reads, “Examine the feasibility of giving due weightage to the performance in the Foundation Course and making service allocation as well as cadre allocation to All India Service Officers based on the combined score obtained in the Civil Services Examination as well as in the Foundation Course.”

 

 

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Prof Mushirul Hasan’s Demise Has Created A Great Void: AMU Vice Chancellor

Prof Mushirul Hasan has done extensive work on partition and on the history of Islam in South-Asia.

Prof Mushirul Hasan's Demise Has Created A Great Void: AMU Vice Chancellor

Aligarh: The demise of distinguished historian, Professor Mushirul Hasan has saddened the entire fraternity of the Aligarh Muslim University, his alma-matter. Prof Hasan was an alumnus of the University whose academic accomplishments made AMU proud of, said a statement from the varsity. He did his schooling from the AMU’s STS High School (Minto Circle); obtained BA (History Honours) and MA from the Department of History, AMU.

After teaching history in a college in Delhi, he left for the Cambridge and earned his PhD from there.

His PhD thesis on nationalism and communal politics in India during 1885-1930 broke a ground, when it was published, and ran into many editions. Later, his meticulously well-researched works on India’s partition got wide scale citations by the scholars across the globe.

Expressing his grief on the loss of an illustrious alumnus, Prof Tariq Mansoor, the AMU Vice Chancellor, said that his death has created a great void in the world of scholarship on Modern and contemporary Indian History.

Prof Hasan has done extensive work on the Partition of India and on the history of Islam in South-Asia.

In 2002, Prof Hasan was elected as the President of Indian History Congress. He also served as the Director-General of the National Archives of India.

Prof Hasan was admitted to the hospital on Sunday night. He breathed his last at 4 am on Monday.

“He met with a road accident about two years ago and was mostly bed-ridden after that. He was also undergoing dialysis for kidney problems,” former secretary to Jamia Vice chancellor, Zafar Nawaz Hashmi, said.

Most distinguished of Prof Hasan’s long research essays were on: Muslim Mass Contact Campaign of the 1930s; Nationalist Trends in Aligarh; his book (1997) on India’s Muslims since Independence, and on, Pluralism in Awadh, got wider appreciation.

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TSLPRB PMT PET Admit Card 2018 issued for 18428 Constable / SI posts @tslprb.in

TSLPRB PMT PET Admit Card 2018 issued for 18428 Constable / SI posts @tslprb.in

TSLPRB PMT/PET Admit Card 2018: Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board (TSLPRB) has issued Admit Card for Physical Measurement Test (PMT) and Physical Endurance Test (PET) for 18428 Constable / SI Posts on its official website– www.tslplrb.in.

TSLPRB PMT/PET Admit Card 2018: How to download admit card

  • Go to the official website i.e. www.tslplrb.in
  • Click on the link “Candidates can download Admit Card / Intimation Letter of PMT / PET from 8 am on 9th December to 12 midnight on 15th December 2018” given on Right Side Latest News links
  • A new window will open in front of you
  • Now fill your credentials, e.g. mobile number and password
  • Once entered correctly and submitting, you will see your TSLPRB admit card
  • Take print out of your admit card and save a copy for future use

TSLPRB PMT/PET 2018 exam

TSLPRB PMT/PET 2018 for Constable and SI posts are scheduled to be conducted from December 17, 2018 onwards.

PMT / PET will be conducted at 4 Venues / Grounds in Hyderabad, at 2 Venues / Grounds in Warangal and at 1 Venue / Ground in each of the Headquarters of the other erstwhile Districts of Karimnagar, Khammam, Mahbubnagar, Nalgonda, Sangareddy, Adilabad and Nizamabad.

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Is Your Open And Distance Programme Fake? Check UGC Recognised University List Here

Is Your Open And Distance Programme Fake? Check UGC Recognised University List Here

Check UGC-recognised open and distance university list here

New Delhi: Several students who enrolled into distance education programmes offered by the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) of the University of Mumbai woke upto the news recently that their Institute no longer has the required recognition from the UGC, official government body responsible for the Open and Distance programmes run in the country. University Grants Commission (UGC)’s Distance Education Bureau on October 3, 2018 released a list of Higher Education Institutions or universities in India recognized by the commission for academic year 2018-19 and onwards to conduct programmes through the Open and Distance Learning Mode.

How To Ensure You Are Enrolled In A Recognised Distance Learning Course

According to the list published by the UGC the some universities have their recognition to run the Open and Distance programmes till 2019-20 academic year, while some are allowed to run their courses till 2022-2023.

(Click here to know which courses are recognised by UGC)

Complete UGC Recognised University List

Check the complete list UGC recognised HEIs here (state-wise as on October 3, 2018):

ANDHRA PRADESH

1. ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

2. SRI PADMAVATI MAHILA VISHWAVIDYALAYAM (STATE UNIVERSITY)

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

3. RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY

ASSAM

4. ASSAM DON BOSCO UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

5. KRISHNA KANTA HANDIQUE STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

6. GAUHATI UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

7. DIBRUGARH UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

8. TEZPUR UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

BIHAR

9. LALIT NARAYAN MITHILA UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

10. NALANDA OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

CHANDIGARH

11. PANJAB UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

UGC Urges Universities To Submit Social Science Research Proposal To IMPRESS

CHHATTISGARH

12. PT. SUNDARLAL SHARMA OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

13. C.V.RAMAN UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

DELHI

14. INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

15. UNIVERSITY OF DELHI (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

16. RASHTRIYA SANSKRIT SANSTHAN (DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY)

GUJARAT

17. DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

HARYANA

18. CHAUDHARY DEVI LAL UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

19. MAHARISHI DAYANAND UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

20. GURU JAMBESHWAR UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

KARNATAKA

21. KARNATAKA STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

22. MANGALORE UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

23. BANGALORE UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

24. KUVEMPU UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

25. MYSORE UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

26. JAIN UNIVERSITY (DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY)

New Approval Body For Journals In Social Sciences, Humanities: UGC

KERALA

27. UNIVERSITY OF KERALA (STATE UNIVERSITY)

28. CALICUT UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

29. KANNUR UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

MAHARASHTRA

30. MAHATMA GANDHI ANTARRASHTRIYA HINDI VISHWAVIDYALAYA (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

31. SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

32. YASHWANTRAO CHAVAN MAHARASHTRA OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

33. SMT. NATHIBAI DAMODAR THACKERSEY WOMENS UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

MADHYA PRADESH

34. BARKATULLAH UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

35. M.P.BHOJ (OPEN) UNIVERSITY

36. MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI VEDIC VISHWAVIDYALAYA (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

37. DEVI AHILYA VISHWAVIDYALAYA (STATE UNIVERSITY)

38. M.G. CHITRAKOOT VISHWAVIDYALAYA (STATE UNIVERSITY)

ODISHA

39. FAKIR MOHAN UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

40. NORTH ORISSA UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

41. ORISSA STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

PUNJAB

42. PUNJABI UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

43. LOVELY PROFESSIONAL UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

PONDICHERRY

44. PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

RAJASTHAN

45. JAIPUR NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

46. SURESH GYAN VIHAR UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

47. JAGAN NATH UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

48. VARDHMAN MAHAVEER OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

49. JAYOTI VIDYAPEETH WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

TAMIL NADU

50. UNIVERSITY OF MADRAS (STATE UNIVERSITY)

51. ANNA UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

52. TAMIL NADU OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

53. TAMIL UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

54. SRM INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DEEMED TO BE UNIVERSITY)

TRIPURA

55. INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED FINANCIAL ANALYSTS OF INDIA, AGARTALA (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

56. TRIPURA UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

TELANGANA

57. KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

58. MAULANA AZAD NATIONAL URDU UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

59. DR. B.R. AMBEDKER OPEN UNIVERSITY, HYDERABAD (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

60. THE ENGLISH AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

UTTARAKHAND

61. UTTARAKHAND OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

62. UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

UTTAR PRADESH

63. ALIGARH MUSLIM UNIVERSITY (CENTRAL UNIVERSITY)

64. INTEGRAL UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

65. U.P. RAJARSHI TANDON OPEN UNIVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

66. SWAMI VIVEKANAND SUBHARTI UNIVERSITY (PRIVATE UNIVERSITY)

WEST BENGAL

67. BURDWAN UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

68. NETAJI SUBHASH OPEN UNVERSITY (STATE OPEN UNIVERSITY)

69. VIDYASAGAR UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

70. UNIVERSITY OF KALYANI (STATE UNIVERSITY)

71. RABINDRA BHARATI UNIVERSITY (STATE UNIVERSITY)

OTHERS

72. JAGADGURU SHRI SHIVARATHREESW ARA UNIVERSITY (KARNATAKA)

73. JAIN VISHWA BHARATI INSTITUTE (RAJASTHAN)

74. DAYALBAGH EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE (UTTAR PRADESH)

75. PADMASHREE DR. D.Y. PATIL VIDYAPEETH, MUMBAI (MAHARASHTRA)

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National Testing Agency To Release JEE Main Admit Card In 10 Days

National Testing Agency To Release JEE Main Admit Card In 10 Days

JEE Main January 2019 admit card will be released on December 17, 2018

New Delhi: While the National Testing Agency (NTA) will wrap the online application process for NEET exam for undergraduate courses, it will immediately gear up for the JEE Main 2019 (I) exam. JEE Main (I) exam will begin from January 6, 2019 and conclude on January 20, 2019. The admit cards for the JEE Main January 2019 exam will be released on December 17, 2018. JEE Main exam, starting from 2019, will be conducted twice in a year – once in January and again in April.

The JEE Main (I) admit cards would be released on the official website and will be available for download through the Candidate’s account created at the time of registration.

In case any candidate is unable to download their JEE Main Admit Card from the website, the candidate should approach NTA Help Line between 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from December 17, 2018 to December 23, 2018.

Candidates are advised to download their admit cards before December 23 and go through the particulars mentioned and in case of any discrepancy bring it to the Agency’s notice immediately.

JEE Main January 2019

Apart from the fact that instead of CBSE, now JEE Main is being conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA), another change has been the shift to computer-based mode for the examination. Until last year JEE Main was conducted in both computer-based and offline mode but starting 2019, JEE Main will be conducted only in computer-based mode.

Earlier, when the exam was being conducted in offline mode too, more candidates appeared for the offline exam in comparison to the computer-based test. In 2018, out of over 12 lakh students who had appeared for the JEE Main exam, more than 10 lakh had appeared for the exam in offline mode and about 2.19 lakh students had appeared for the exam in computer-based mode.

National Testing Agency, on its part, also made provisions for students to practice for the exam in computer-based mode by establishing a countrywide network of Test Practice Centers (TPCs).

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TNTRB Assistant Professor Answer Key Released, Check Here

TNTRB Assistant Professor Answer Key Released, Check Here

Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TNTRB) conducted the Written Examination for the Direct Recruitment of Assistant Professors/Assistant Professors (Pre-Law) in Government Law Colleges from October 13, 2018 to October 16, 2018. Now the board has released the TNTRB tentative answer key for all subjects for the examination, based on the recommendation of subject experts. Candidates can submit their representation in prescribed format given (to be downloaded from TRB website) if any, regarding objections on the TNTRB answer key published, along with the relevant proof from authenticated text for the disputed answer keys.

The TNTRB Law Assistant Professor answer keys have been released on the website, trb.tn.nic.in.

According to a statement from TNTRB on the answer key, the representations may be sent through post or may be dropped in the Box provided at Teachers Recruitment Board’s information centre to reach this office on or before December 10, 2018 up to 5.45 pm.

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