Delhi University polls: Women safety, regular panchayat in NSUI manifesto

Image result for Delhi University polls: Women safety, regular panchayat in NSUI manifesto New Delhi: Rollback of the Choice Based Credit System, a body for students from the northeast, regular panchayat and women safety measures on the campus are some of the prominent issues on NSUI’s agenda for the upcoming Delhi University polls.

National Student Union of India (NSUI), Congress’ student wing, today released its manifesto for the DU Students Union (DUSU) polls slated for September 9.

Besides this, it has already released a special “women manifesto” and “manifesto for northeastern students” ahead of the polls.

NSUI’s major challenge is to beat the BJP affiliated ABVP which has been sweeping all four seats of DUSU for the past two consecutive years and is aiming at a hat-trick this year.

“Due to the fear of losing, our opponents are pretending to be nationalists in the campuses now and projecting anyone else who is against the agenda of the RSS as anti-nationals. It is rather unfortunate that these people who stayed away from the freedom struggle and were also involved in the murder of Mahatma Gandhi are now wearing the mask of nationalism,” senior Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said.

Construction of more hostels, physical and academic infrastructure for differently-abled students, incentives for sports and extra-curricular activities, free health insurance and ensuring student representation in the governing body of colleges are other issues on NSUI agenda.

DUSU is the representative body of the students from most colleges and faculties of the varsity. Apart from DUSU, which is an umbrella council, each college also has its own students’ union for which they hold separate elections.

Students’ wings of various political parties have intensified their campaign.

A total of 91 candidates are in the fray for the four crucial DUSU posts. There are 27 candidates for the post of president, 19 for vice-president, 24 for secretary and 21 for the post of joint secretary.

India could be late by 50 years in achieving education goals

India could be late by 50 years in achieving education goals: UNESCO

New Delhi: A UNESCO report has said that according to the current trend, India will be half a century late in achieving its global education commitments.

Going by the current trend, India will be half a century late in achieving its global education commitments and the country needs fundamental changes in the education system if it wants to meet the 2030 sustainable development goals, a Unesco report has said.

Unesco’s new Global Education Monitoring (GEM) report says that based on current trends universal primary education in southern Asia will be achieved in 2051, lower secondary in 2062, and upper secondary in 2087.

India is expected to achieve universal primary education in 2050, universal lower secondary education in 2060 and universal upper secondary education in 2085, it said.

“This means the region would be more than half a century late for the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) deadline,” it added.

The report says there is an urgent need for greater headway in education and the sector needs a major transformation to fulfil the needed potential and meet the current challenges facing humanity and the planet.

It also talks of another report, Education for People and Planet, which, it said, shows the need for education systems to step up attention to environmental concerns.

“While in the majority of countries, education is the best indicator of climate change awareness, half of countries curricula worldwide do not explicitly mention climate change in their content. India is an exception, where currently some 300 million school students receive some environmental education,” it said.

The statistics cited in the report have revealed only six per cent of adults in the poorest countries and only five in India have ever attended literacy programmes, once they pass the formal schooling system.

The report has also called upon governments of various countries to start taking inequalities in education seriously, tracking them by collecting information directly from families.

“The new global development agenda calls for education ministers and other education actors to work in collaboration with other sectors,” it said.

The GEM Report lists various benefits that could come if education actors work in collaboration with other sectors.

The collaborative working may help delivery of health intervention through schools, contribution in increasing crop yields by 12% and contribution of education in reducing population growth.

Manohar Lal Khattar, the teacher, holds forth on Indian calendar

teachers day, radhakrishnan, teachers day 2016, teachers day celebration, teachers day quotes, teachers day, teachers day india, happy teachers day, education newsHaryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar with students at the government school in Chakkarpur village on Teachers’ Day. (Express Photo: Manoj Kumar)

Students of Class IX and Class X at the Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS) in Chakkarpur village, Gurgaon, received their morning lessons from an unusual source Monday — Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar.

On Teachers’ Day, Khattar essayed the teacher’s role for nearly an hour, imparting education to around 50 students. The start was smooth, as he posed questions on mathematics and dictation. The CM, however, hit a wall when he took up the subject of computers, unaware that the students were unfamiliar with the subject.

When the students were unable to answer questions, a teacher intervened and revealed that senior classes had been taught computers by tying up with an NGO, but these students were unfamiliar with the subject. With a “let’s move on”, Khattar introduced the topic that dominated the rest of the lesson — the “Indian calendar”.

Before introducing the topic, he asked the students if they, now or in the past, had a chapter on “Bharatiya Sanskriti”. The students indicated they hadn’t. He asked them to name the months of the western calendar. Most hands went up. Then he asked them to name the months according to the Indian calendar. The hands fell. Having made his point, Khattar said, “The English calendar we remember, but the Hindu calendar, which is called the Indian calendar, we don’t. The Indian calendar is as important. We should have an understanding of our calendar, it is very practical knowledge.”

CBI probe shouldn’t worry Hooda: CM

At a press meet in Gurgaon, Khattar said his predecessor Bhupinder Singh Hooda should not be concerned about the CBI probe into an alleged land grabbing case in Manesar because he had claimed he was “prepared” for an inquiry and “ready to be hanged” if found guilty.

Challenges faced by middle-level managers and how to deal with it

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Gautam Sharma wasn’t expecting a promotion at such an early phase of his career. His happiness, however, was short-lived as his colleagues started finding faults in his leadership and above all, he found the workload unmanageable. Up till now, his only focus had been the work deputed to him but with the early raise, he now had to keep an eye on his team’s work too.

Gautam’s seniors held him responsible for mistakes done by his team members. He was no more a part of the office gossip. rather, he became a subject to gossip on.

This is a common issue that most middle managers are facing. With no autonomy, strict deadlines, inexperienced juniors, limited resources and growth chance, most feel like “a rat on a wheel”.

It’s a challenge, take it
The heady growth story of mid-level employees which lasted until about 2010 is now dissipating and realistic growth expectations are setting in. Hence now there is slow growth for all levels, especially more so for the middle management which is squeezed in between the senior level that grew really fast and may or may not be ready for the leadership role and managing younger employees, who are mostly dissatisfied with the status quo.

Mohit Jain, co-founder of Northwest Executive Education feels the reason for such confusion is that the middle managers have to navigate between old and new schools of thought, get work done without authority and don’t know know if and when they will move up the ladder.

Read: 5 things you shouldn’t tell your boss

“There is often no clear direction of what exactly is expected of them to get to the next level. The profile is more operational profile than ever before, with a job description that prioritises targets over thinking and planning, leading to a limited development of leadership skills. Not many get appreciation for their work,” said he.

Most of the times, they have to struggle with their team to get work done. “The younger workforce does not appreciate the old style of working and millennials want the freedom to work and deliver as they please. The mid-level is tasked with managing them but has not been coached on how to” said Jain.

The mid-level also faces limited growth opportunities to the next level with stretched time frames of more than three-four years, as opposed to 1.5-2 years spent at initial levels.

Balancing act
Rajeev Bhardwaj, vice president, HR, Sun Life Financial Asia Service Centre, suggests, “Middle managers have to carefully calibrate what the leadership expects and what their team can deliver. Balancing and expectation setting is critical. Ability to transform oneself to someone who can get things done is what matters. It requires playing hardball at times. Ability to push back and say no to the boss is also important. One has to be realistic about what is expected and what is doable.”

Mohit Jain suggests tips for mid-level managers to deal with the situation:

Invest in your own learning and development as well as growth through further education, academic network extension and new experiences at work place, e.g. Executive Education Programs such as Berkeley Executive Program in Management, with a focus on innovation.

Meet with the senior leadership at regular intervals to set expectations about delivery and performance as well as craft out areas where you can assume leadership and hone those skills in a low-risk environment.

Plan to take some risks such as moving to a new function within the company, taking on greenfield projects or even moving to a bigger role at a smaller firm to gain more exposure and move up the ladder while building a repertoire of skills and competencies that can support future growth.

 

Extend professional networks actively through work or academic networks and surround yourself with people who are intellectually superior and add value to your life through enriching discussions and support you in your endeavours.

Make sure that your home environment is supportive including your spouse, kids and parents as you struggle through this and sometimes spend more time at work then home.

Case study
Mamta Mohapatra, Professor,  IMI, New Delhi sites how a company helped its employees with a training programme.

Tesco Hindustan Service Centre (HSC) employs around 6,500 personnels in its operations in India. The company conducted a colleague engagement study called ‘What Matters to You’ (WMTY). Based on the feedback and insights on the needs of managers from across functions, Tesco rolled out a nine-month training programme called ‘Being a Great Manager’ in 2014.

 

This programme started with a note on the essential management skills followed by an individual action learning assignment for approximately two-three months. The programme blended the use of self-assessments, individual coaching, developmental sessions, simulations and individual action learning assignments, all designed to help stretch the potential of  managers to the highest level.

In the second step, the participating managers enhanced their coaching skills and finally ended up gaining developmental experience with understanding, accountability and courage. Under the ‘leaders teaching leaders’ model of the programme, the senior managers of the company acted as facilitators and teachers. Learning was not limited only to internal resources. External experts were also called in as and when required.

FixNix launches university for polytechnic students

Image result for FixNix launches university for polytechnic studentsCHENNAI: Inspired by Zoho University and its founder Sridhar Vembu’s effort in mobilising talent from polytechnics, Chennai-based FixNix, a Saas startup, has launched FixNix University.

FixNix University has been launched as a non-academic initiative to create talent to build security products by enabling the differently privileged cross sections of society.

The primary focus of the ‘FixNix University’ is to offer security & product building focused curriculum to the students from smaller towns and villages. It has already piloted the curriculum since January to groom its fresh graduates into product developers, security engineer and business analyst.

 

Executive chairman of FixNix Prof Subra said: “I have pledged mentoring support to FixNix a few years ago to help them ship world class security products, despite my busy schedule since I saw the immense passion to democratise the GRC product, a costly affair in enterprise security process product world. It was a pleasant surprise to see the focus on giving back to the society taking inspiration from the socially well proven tech school concept like Zoho University. Despite having all growth stage startup struggles, this marks the beginning of a new experiential learning process and we are confident to make a change in the way security is perceived through FixNix University.”

 

FixNix Inc, a GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance) company recently announced their movement into a 55- seater office in Chennai post their pre-series A of $500k.

 

FixNix is aggressively penetrating the Indian BFSI market to offer new banking GRC, analytics products & RBI hosted compliance products in. Partnering with IDRBT & IFTAS to help even the cooperative & rural banks with RBI regulations, policies, security with its SMB (small & medium business) GRC solutions.

School dropout biggest crisis in India, says Singapore Deputy PM

School dropout biggest crisis in India, says Singapore Deputy PM

New Delhi: Drawing attention to a high dropout rate in upper primary schools, Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Friday said schools are facing the “biggest crisis” in India.

Delivering the first lecture of government think-tank Niti Aayog’s ‘Transforming India’ initiative, he said the world’s second-most populous country also has the “biggest gap” between (rpt) between talent at the top and unfulfilled potential at bottom.

Speaking on the need for social mobility, Shanmugaratnam said experiments have shown that starting as early as possible in a child’s life cycle helps.

 “Intervention at pre-natal stage are critical, followed up with pre-school opportunities,” he said, adding that India has some notable schemes in this regard citing the results of the Integrated Child Development Services and Anganwadis.

Things, he added, can be achieved with village-level interventions — from reaching out to the mother and the child as early as possible and then schools.

“Schools are the biggest crisis in India today and have been for a long time. Schools are the biggest gap between India and East Asia. And it is a crisis that cannot be justified,” the Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore said.

Reeling off data, Shanmugaratnam said 43 per cent students drop out before finishing upper primary school. There is a shortage of 7,00,000 primary school teachers, only 53 per cent schools have girl’s toilets and only 74 per cent have access to daily drinking water.

He went on to say this explains that when India took part in OECD PISA study in 2009, it was ranked 73rd out of 74 countries. “And this is in a country which has exceptional talent with people who go to IITs and IIMs and lead companies all over the world and are first-rated,” he added.

“India has the biggest gap, I know and I have spent many years in education… Talent at the top and the unfulfilled potential of those in the rest of the society. And these things can be fixed. And it is not by way of ever-increasing budgets,” he said.

Highlighting Singapore’s example, the Deputy Prime Minister said it is not about spending more, but is about organisation and culture.

“How do we recruit our teachers, how do we train them, how do we hold the teachers accountable, how do we provide for quality across the system and not just at its most exclusive end? How do we ensure that every school is a good school?” he explained.

Shanmugaratnam saw a big challenge in the tertiary (higher) education system, which he said is not unique to India, but all over the world, the US, the UK, China, Europe and Korea.

“We are over-producing graduates who go through a general academic education. We have over-academised learning… We are producing students who do not have the skills required in the real world. We have to re-orient our system to focus on the skills required in the real world,” he stressed.

On human resource development, Shanmugaratnam said: “Human capital development is not just what happens in first 12 years or 18 years of our life, it is about what happens through (rpt) through the life. It is about life-long learning. We need to refresh ourselves.”

It means developing potential throughout life, having an infrastructure that encourages people to learn, he noted.

Shanmugaratnam also underscored “a very special role” cities play in Reform, Perform and Transform, particularly in a large continental-scale society like India. “Because it is cities which are crucibles of both innovation and inclusivity,” he reasoned.

“It is in cities where you get a working relationship between government, business, ITIs and schools. We have to empower them. Hold them accountable, give them some financial autonomy and hold competition among them. Cities will play a special role in future,” he predicted.

Shanmugaratnam endorsed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policy, saying he has rightly emphasised that there is no strong economy and no strong nation without a strong society.

“And the social policies and the interaction between the social and economic policies have to be the primary arena for the government’s ambition. Social policy at the end of the day is economic policy,” he added.

He concluded saying the need of the hour is “what the Prime Minister emphasised in his speech”.

“It’s not just about budgets, it’s not just about programmes, it is at the end of the day about a social and political culture…,” he added.

Shanmugaratnam underlined the need for enhancing social cohesion and the need to bring various sections of society together.

Making the point that looking long term in developing culture always pays, he said: “A culture that focuses on the long term is essential for all that we want to achieve in an inclusive society. Short-termism is an enemy of social mobility.”

Break Management Stereotypes With An Online MBA In Systems

The job market in India is slowly increasing, every day, with respect to the number of openings in every field. This is where the requirement for an MBA graduate in systems comes into play. A degree such as this will give students the required skills to work as a system analyst or information technology expert.

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What Do You Study During An MBA In Systems Course?

An MBA specialization in this subject typically requires two years to complete, during which you will study subject related to business administration and the integration of system knowledge in the business world.

Some of the most notable topics you would broach in this degree include:

  1. Management of information systems
  2. Computer security
  3. System analysis and design
  4. Legal and ethical business practices
  5. Database Management Systems
  6. Computer Networks
  7. Enterprise Resource Planning

Some of the career opportunities you can get with an online MBA in systems cover fields like:

  • Website Management
  • Ecommerce Development
  • Information Security
  • Computer Networks and Security
  • Knowledge Management System And Business Analysis

Why Choose A Distance MBA In Systems?

MBA programs in systems are a somewhat less-trodden path and can offer you a number of the best career opportunities, when paired with the right course. Based on the fact that India is slowly turning out to be a leading job market, MBA holders in this particular field will soon be individuals to be reckoned with. If you are looking to improve your standing in the industry as a systems specialist, now is the best time to embark upon the adventure.

Also, a distance MBA offers you the following benefits:

  • A More Diversified Crowd To Interact With

As opposed to a college environment, studying a distance course helps you meet people from the most diverse backgrounds. This helps you understand different cultures and their perspectives, which can be instrumental in moulding your personality as a public relation subject expert and a valuable leader.

  • Better Career Opportunities

A distance MBA allows you to study while you are still employed. This means that you have the chance to apply whatever you study in the business world, firsthand, to see how each iteration works and how it impacts the work environment. The perspective you gain from this will be invaluable in helping you succeed.

Treading a career path in this field will increase your opportunities to advance your career to new and rarefied heights.

B.Arch Sample Papers For JEE Main with Reference Books

If you are searching for B.Arch Sample Papers for JEE Mains you have just hit the right blog. As here we will be providing our readers with the most comprehensive and the wide range of B.Arch Sample Papers for JEE Mains.

JEE Main Paper 2 or the B.Arch./B.Planning is an entrance exam conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for getting candidates for degree of Bachelor of Architecture and Planning into Indian Most Premier Engineer Institution.

The candidates can use the JEE Main Paper 2 Score to get admission to the major engineering institutes. You can apply for the JEE Main Paper 1 i.e. B.Tech and Paper 2 i.e. B.Arch comprehensively at the same time using the same online portal for registration.

Here in this article we will be discussing mainly about the B.Arch which is the Paper 2 of the JEE Main 2016. We will be providing our readers with a whole set of B.Arch Sample Papers for JEE Mains, Examination Pattern for JEE Main Paper 2 B.Arch./B.Planning, Reference Books for JEE Main Paper 2, Eligibility Criteria & how to check your JEE Main B.Arch result.

So for those inspiring students who are willing to continue their further education with further specialization in Architecture this is like a tunnel of Gold. As once you clear the JEE Main Paper 2 B.Arch./B.Planning with good score then you are sure to get admission to one of the premier Engineering Institutes in India.

B.Arch Sample Papers for JEE Mains with Reference Books:

For B.Arch Sample Papers for JEE Main it has been mainly divided into two parts. Part 1 which deals with the Aptitude and Mathematics portion of the syllabus and the Part 2 which mainly deals with the Drawing skills of the candidates. We will further discuss about the Subject matters later in the articles.

JEE Main Sample Papers 2 for B.Arch- Part 1:

This part of the JEE Main Sample Papers 2 for B.Arch and B.Planning mainly deals with the Aptitude and Mathematics skills of the candidates. You can refer further below for more comprehensive understanding about the Syllabus of the Aptitude and Mathematics syllabus.

The candidates can further refer to the previous year’s question papers and Answer Key for further understanding the Sample Papers of B.Arch Part 1.

JEE main Sample Papers 2 for B.Arch- Part 2:

The second part of the JEE Main Sample Papers 2 for B.Arch mainly deals with the Drawing skill sets of the candidates. Here are some of the Sample Papers for the JEE Main Paper 2 B.Arch./B.PlanningPart 2.

  1. Draw the Companies Logo of Micromax with the appropriate sets of colors. Now the catch is that you will need to redesign the Logo of the Company in such a way that it attracts all the people from each age group.
  2. Draw a Logo of any Motor Cycle Company.
  3. Draw and Color any of the major Car Manufacturing Companies Logo with Cutting edge color that will attract all the people from each age group.
  4. Sketch a Group of Cubes that are upon each others with some transparent and other non-transparent.
  5. Design a Building that has Multiple Windows on one side.

And apart from the drawings above you can go for any other technical drawing stuff which will dig the creative side of your mind. And once you have completed your drawing you can ask any of your teachers to judge your drawing skills.

Examination Pattern for JEE Main Paper 2 B.Arch./B.Planning:

Now further here in this side of the article we will be discussing about the examination pattern for JEE Main Paper 2 B.Arch/ B.Planning. As I have earlier cleared about the JEE Main Paper 2 that the Paper will be mainly divided into two sets of papers.

Part 1: JEE Main B.Arch Paper 2-

  1. Aptitude: This portion of the JEE Main B.Arch Paper 2 deals with the General Awareness, Analytical Reasoning, Metal Ability etc.
  2. Mathematics: This portion of the JEE Main B.Arch Paper 2 deals with the mathematic ability of the candidates.

Part 2: JEE Main B.Arch Paper 2-

  1. Drawing: This portion of the JEE Main B.Arch Paper 2deals with the drawing skills set of the candidates. Here you will need to perform your drawing skills on Memory and 2D Drawing.

Reference Books for JEE Main Paper 2:

  1. A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning (English) Revised Edition
  2. A Complete Self Study Guide for B.Arch Entrance Examination with Solve Paper 2016
  3. Keys to Drawing- Strategies and Exercises for Gaining Confidence and Enhancing Your Creativity  Author: Dodson
  4. NATA Architecture Question Bank and NATA Sample Papers (sixth edition)
  5. Arch. & NATA Entrance Exam Solved 6th Edition solved paper till 2016

So the above is the B.Arch Sample Papers for JEE Main and with the given Reference Books you will be able to crack the Paper 2 of JEE Main B.Arch./B.Planning entrance examination.

IIT JEE- Guidelines

JEE is Joint Entrance Examination conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). JEE is the toughest competitive exam for getting into prestigious institutes like IIT, ISM, NIT etc. JEE  Exam for both Engineering aspirants and Architecture aspirants.

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JEE is conducted in 2 stages- JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. JEE mains has 2 papers, one for aspirants who are interested in Engineering and the other is for aspirants interested in Architecture. JEE main exam is scheduled in April.

Examination Date Mode of Examination Timings
April 3, 2016 Offline (Pen and paper based) 9.30AM- 12.30 PM
April 9, 2016 Online Shift 1- 9.30AM- 12.30 PM

Shift 2- 2.00PM- 5.00PM

April 10, 2016 Online Shift 1- 9.30AM- 12.30 PM

Shift 2- 2.00PM- 5.00PM

 

Examination Subjects Type of questions

Mode of examination

Paper 1

B.Tech/B.E- UG courses

1. Mathematics

2. Physics

3. Chemistry

Objective questions Online

Or

Offline (Pen and Paper based)

Paper 2

B.Arch/B.Planning

1. Mathematics

2. Aptitude

3. Drawing test

Objective type and drawing test Only Offline (Pen and Paper based)

 

Guidelines for JEE Main 2016 for Offline mode (Pen and Paper Based Examination)

  • Before appearing for JEE exam, check the Admit Card carefully if proper information is furnished like Name, Date of Birth, Gender, Test Center Name, City, JEE Eligibility Criteria and Category. The Admit Card is issued provisionally to the candidate based on eligibility conditions
  • It is must for candidates to reach the venue at least 30 minutes prior to JEE examination to complete the registration formalities. The registration desk gets closed five minutes before the commencement of JEE examination
  • The applicant has to show the Admit Card in the examination hall and if the applicant does not possess the admit card issued by the board, that applicant will not be permitted for the examination
  • No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall, once the examination begins; under any circumstances
  • All the candidates must be seated at the seats allotted to them, as they will be provided with a seat indicating roll number. Any candidate found to have changed room or the seat on one’s own accord other than allotted, that candidate’s candidature shall be immediately cancelled and no plea would be accepted.
  • Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as instructed by the Centre Superintendent/Invigilators
  • No Baggage will be allowed inside the examination hall
  • The candidates cannot carry any textual material like calculators, pen, slide rules, log tables, electronic watches, printed or written material, cell phone except for admit card and identity proof.
  • Eatables will not allowed to be taken inside the examination hall and smoking is strictly prohibited.
  • The candidates are also advised to carry a copy of document (as per the following table) and submit it to the invigilator at the examination hall.
Applicable criteria to candidates
Candidates who qualified in class 12th/qualifying Examination in 2014 or 2015 and have not opted for improvement of performance in 2016
Candidates who qualified in class 12th / qualifying Examination in 2014 or 2015, and have opted for improvement of performance in 2016 in all subjects.
Candidates, who are appearing in class 12th /qualifying examination in 2016
Copy of Document required to be brought and submitted to the invigilator at the Centre after writing JEE Main Roll number
Copy of Final marks- sheet/ marks statement of Class 12th /Qualifying Examination of year 2015 or 2016
Copy of their Admit card/Hall ticket for improvement of performance in Class 12th /Qualifying Examination 2016
Copy of their Admit card/Hall ticket for class 12th/Qualifying Examination 2016

 

  • Approach the Center Superintendent or Invigilator for any technical assistance, first aid emergency or any other information during the course of examination
  • Ten minutes before the commencement of the paper, each candidate will be given sealed Test Booklet with an Answer Sheet placed inside it.
  • The candidate will fill in the required particulars on the cover page of the Test Booklet with Ball Point Pen only. A candidate should not open the Test Booklet until asked to do so by the Invigilator. Do not open/break the seal before the announcement.
  • The candidates must sign twice on the Attendance Sheet at the appropriate place. Firstly, immediately after commencement of the Examination and for the second time while handing over the Answer Sheet to the Invigilator. The candidates are also required to put their left hand thumb impression in the space provided in the Attendance Sheet.
  • No candidate, without the special permission of the Centre Superintendent or the Invigilator concerned, will leave his/her seat or Examination Room until the full duration of the paper. Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as instructed by the Centre Superintendent or Invigilators
  • For any queries or issues regarding computer based examination, the candidates may contact on toll free Centre number which will be available on JEE website.

 

Guidelines for JEE Main 2016 for  Online mode (Computer Based Examination)

The Computer Based Examination will be conducted as per the following schedule

  • A sample/mock test will be available on JEE website and on www.byjus.com. Candidates can take up the test to know the pattern of Computer Based Examination (CBE)
  • The test will start exactly at the time mentioned in the Admit Card and an announcement to this effect will be made by the invigilator
  • The test will be of 3 hrs duration
  • There will be three parts in the question paper consisting of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics having equal weightage
  • Each question is allotted 4 marks for the correct response. 1 mark will be deducted for indicating incorrect response from the total score
  • There is only one correct response for each question out of four responses given
  • All calculations/writing work are to be done only in the rough sheet provided at the centre and on completion of the test, candidates must hand over the rough sheets to the invigilator
  • During the examination time, the invigilator will check Admit Card of the candidate to check the identity of each candidate
  • The candidates are governed by all Rules and Regulations of the Board with regard to their conduct in the Examination Hall. All cases of unfair means will be dealt with as per rules
  • The candidates must sign on the Attendance Sheet at the appropriate place

 

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Times Group campus to start B Tech, MBA courses next year

Times Group campus to start B Tech, MBA courses next year
Admission for engineering and management courses for next year’s session beginning in July will start from next week.
MUMBAI: Times of India group is all set to launch its Bennett University next year in July at Greater Noida near Delhi, a top Bennett, Coleman & Company Ltd (BCCL) executive said.

The over 175-year-old media group will be offering courses in engineering and management streams at its 68-acre campus at Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, from next year.

The venture, apart from enlisting the services of reputed academics, will also be tying up with some leading institutional partners.

“We have most reputed faculty members , professors and internationally acclaimed academic partners in our venture,” Executive Director on the Board of BCCL, Shrijeet Mishra, told PTI.

He said admission for engineering and management courses for next year’s session beginning in July will start from next week.

“For the first year, we would admit 300 students in four disciplines, Computer Science, Mechanical, Electronic, in which we would be offering B. Tech degree, and there will MBA course as well. Pass outs will have option to get jobs Times Group itself and also to look for jobs outside, ” he said.

With a business model to provide its students a premium learning experience, supported by research-driven faculty, Bennett University in the course of next five years will offer courses in Law, Architecture, Liberal Arts, Design, Research, Applied Sciences.

Vice-Chancellor (Designate) of Bennett University, Yajulu Medury, said, “Over the next few years, Bennett will offer undergraduate, post-graduate and PhD programs across Engineering, Management, Media, Law, Design, Architecture, Liberal Arts and Applied Sciences apart from offering finest hostel facilities to the students.”

The Group is planning to invest over Rs 800 crore in setting up UGC regulated and State Private University (SPU) entity with its internal borrowings over the five years which would have a strength of 12,000 students with 600 teaching staff.

Elucidating the Group’s aim behind venturing into the higher education sector, Mishra said, “Times Group enjoy the glory to serve and lead in this field. Apart from running journalism school successfully since decades, we launched a Teach India Campaign followed by our newly reincarnated venture Times Pro, which is offering its short-term courses in Banking, Finance and Accounts.”

“We realised (there is) a huge gap in supply and demand of industry specific qualitative education and there is vast scope of providing education with employability and opportunity. This is our entrepreneurial effort is to fill the gap,” he said.