Lucknow University: Chance for fill the examination form, Check last date

If you missed filling examination of the Lucknow University, then here we have very good news. Lucknow University is decided to give the missed students another chance to fill the examination form. The administration on Thursday issued guidelines for filling the online examination form for various examinations of the university. The online forms will be filled up by August 6 with a late fee. This one more chance can achieve by visiting the university’s website. The Controller of Examinations stated that NAID is mandatory to be filled by all the students while filling the examination form. They informed that regular students only have to fill the online examination form, not need to submit the examination fee.

The Controller of Examinations said that under this, undergraduate even semester (1st, 3rd, 6th) classes BA, BSc and BCom (Second and Fourth Semester) and PG / Managerial PG / PG Diploma / Managerial UG / Law (Three Year Honors) / Diploma BCom Hons BCA, MCA, BSc – MSc (Agriculture) including other semester courses for regular back paper / improvement and exempted exams April-May 2020 and B AMS, BUMS (back paper / exempted) exams online forms can be filled.

The Controller of Examinations also mentioned that regular students have to fill the Lucknow University online examination form only. Means regular candidates not required to submit the examination fee. The university’s back paper improvement former students have to fill the online examination form and submit the examination fee online. After this, for the graduate, the concerned Dean and Masters will have to submit on the email of the concerned Head of Department.

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IIT-Bombay Announced GATE 2021 Exam Dates; Two New Subjects and Relaxed Eligibility Criteria

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mumbai has recently announced the dates for the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) exam. The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering will be conducted on February 5 to 7, 2021, and February 12 to 13, 2021 next year. The examination will conduct in two shifts, from 9:30 to 12:30 AM and between 2:30 to 5:30 PM. Along with this, the institute has also made some changes this year to facilitate the students. Two new subjects will be introduced in the 2021 edition of the GATE Examination as well as IIT Mumbai announce relaxation of eligibility criteria.

Two New Subjects in GATE 2021

Two new subjects called Environmental Science and Engineering and Humanities and Social Sciences will be added to the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. Thus, the total number of subjects has now increased to 27. Students applying for GATE 2021 can also choose two subject papers. Application Form and GATE updates are available on the official website

The GATE 2021 exam will have a computer-based multiple-choice question (MCQ). Examinees have to answer 65 questions for 100 marks within three hours of time. The paper will consist of general aptitude, engineering mathematics, and the core engineering area questions.

GATE 2021 Eligibility Criteria Relaxation

As per the relaxed eligibility criteria of the GATE, the third-year students of graduation will also be eligible for GATE. Means eligibility is relaxed from the minimum 10+2+4 (ongoing) to 10+2+3 (ongoing). The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering is held from Shimla to Human Resource Development or MHRD scholarship for admission to the postgraduation program in engineering or science. This examination conducts in eight regions across the country.

GATE exam is jointly done at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore and seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Mumbai, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, and Roorkee) on behalf of the National Coordination Board (NCB). Earlier GATE 2020 was organized by IIT Delhi on February 1, 2, 8, and 9. After this, now GATE 2021 will be organized by IIT Mumbai.

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SCVTUP Update: UP ITI scheduled Examination & Admission Application 2020-21

Uttar Pradesh State Council of Vocational Training  (UPSCVT) ITI annual examinations can be conducted in September. According to the council officials, if the SCVT is able to study from the first week of August, then the examinations of around four lakh students associated with the ITI training center will be held at the end of September. The council has prepared to start the online application process for the session 2020-21 from 30 July. SCVT has completed part of the theory from online classes in industrial training centers. The main practical part is still pending. According to council officials, 45 working days are required for practical exam preparation. The date of the examinations will be announced on the basis of the data on the conditions of corona infection from the state.

SCVT UP ITI Exam scheduled in September End

In June, preparations were made to conduct the examination, but due to the rapid spread of Corona, the examination was canceled. Two courses run at ITI. One is the NCVT course related to the central government and the other is the SCVT course related to the state government. Both have annual examinations. NCVT examinations are written while SCVT examinations are being conducted online from last year. This time NCVT examinations are also ready to be done online. If industrial training centers open in August, examinations can be conducted by the end of September.

UP ITI Admission 2020-21 From may start from July 30

SCVT UP is planning to start the application process from July 30 for admission to ITI. Council officials have sent the date for starting the application to the government. UP ITI Online applications will start soon after the application is approved. It is the first time in the application process, the facility of OTP on the mobile of the candidates has been introduced. Without OTP, the candidates will not be able to forward their form. Candidates will get admission in ITI only on merit basis.

Stay updated with the latest news of UP ITI only on this page.

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RBSE 12th Arts Result 2020 is Coming this Week, Declaration Date Out

Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan (RBSE) can declare the results of 12th Arts on any day this week. However, the Arts result date has not been fixed yet. Rajasthan Board 12th Science results were declared on 8 July and Commerce results were declared on 13 July. Now 12th Arts students are eagerly waiting for their results. It is expected that in the next two-three days the results of RBSE 12th Arts Faculty will be declared. The results of BSER 12th Arts will be released on the official website of the board, After the result is declared, students will also be able to check their results with the help of direct links given on this page.

RBSE 12th Arts Result 2020 Date

Around 5 lakh students took part in the Rajasthan 12th Arts Examination 2020. This time the merit list of science stream and commerce stream was not released due to coronavirus crisis. Similarly, the merit list will not be released in the 12th Arts Result. The link of the Rajasthan 12th Arts result will also be available on The board postponed the examinations after March 19 due to the lockdown caused by the epidemic this year. After this, the remaining examinations were conducted in the month of June, and immediately after that evaluation of answer copies was started.

Rajasthan 12th Science and Commerce Results

The RBSE 12th commerce exam result was 94.49 percent this year. Girls again won the result. The result of boys was 93.18 percent and the result of girls was 96.94 percent. While RBSE 12th Science Stream Result In 2020, a total of 91.96% of students passed the RBSE Science Stream Examination. The pass percentage of girls is 94.90% while the pass percentage of boys is 90.61%. Out of a total of 2,37,305 students who appeared in the examination, 2,18,232 students passed while 19,073 candidates remained failed. And 4,396 students got supplementary.

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UGC’s Revised Guideline for University Exams; Aditya Thakre in Supreme Court Against UGC Decision

According to the recently released University Grants Commission (UGC) revised guideline, now out of 755 universities in the country, 366 universities can conduct examinations in August or September. Earlier, UGC had just sought information from the universities about the plan for the final year examination and there was a response from 755 universities. Keeping in mind the serious conditions of Corona, the UGC had issued a new guideline according to which all the universities in the country were ordered to conduct their final year or semester examinations.

UGC’s Revised Guideline for University exams

The UGC is still in favor of conducting examinations despite opposition from students and teachers regarding the guidelines issued on the other side. The bus commission has made it so clear that universities have been allowed to choose the method of their choice for conducting the examination. Now whether the university conducts final year exams online or offline or in mixed mode.

194 Universities Completed Exams

The UGC said that 274 private, 120 deemed, 40 central, and 321 state government universities are included in the report received from the universities. According to the information received, 194 universities have got these examinations, while 366 universities are planning to conduct them in August or September. The same and other students, parents, and state governments are constantly insisting on canceling the examinations.

University End Team Exam to be held before 30 September

The whole world is affected due to the Coronavirus epidemic. All the school-to-college level examinations have been affected across the country. While most of the school boards have canceled the examinations, the situation is not clear yet about the university examinations. Now the Central Government has decided to conduct final year or semester examinations in the university, in respect of which the UGC issued revised guidelines on 6 July. According to these new instructions, instructions have been given to complete the final year or semester examinations before September 30 in all universities.

Aditya Thakre in Supreme Court Against UGC Decision

After the decision of the Central Government, the Uddhav Thackeray government of Maharashtra has reached the Supreme Court of the country regarding the instructions to conduct UGC final year student’s examination. Maharashtra minister Aditya Thackeray has challenged the UGC’s decision to conduct final year examinations in the apex court. However, the court has not yet accepted the petition for hearing. Students are also continuously protesting against this.

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UP University Exam 2020 Promotion Guideline, base of Pass and fail, chance of increase the marks

The UP government has issued a guideline for the examination of universities and colleges in Uttar Pradesh. Deputy CM Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that instructions have been issued in respect of examinations to state universities as per UGC guidelines. Students who have passed different grades in every subject of their class or have a back paper based on their evaluation of the examination papers conducted by the relevant university before the lockdown will be promoted.

However, such students who are not even eligible for the back paper as per the rules of the university concerned, based on the incomplete result of this examination conducted earlier, will be declared a failure in the year 2020 examination.

That’s how students will be able to increase the number after promotion

Such students, who will not be satisfied with the marks obtained in the promotion, will be able to take the exam again in 2021. Students dissatisfied with the marks will be able to improve their marks by appearing in the examination of all or any desired subject.

The Deputy CM also informed that the universities which have released the results after conducting the examination will remain unchanged.

  • Apart from this, the students will be promoted for the next semester and session based on the test taken earlier.
    Simultaneously, instructions have been issued to declare the result of graduation final year by October 15 and postgraduate final year by October 31.
  • Final year and final semester exams can be conducted online, offline, or in a mixed manner until 30 September.
  • The marks of examinations conducted before the lockdown of universities will be included in the final result. The rules already applicable to these examinations will remain applicable.
  • All the examinations except the last year / last semester of the universities of Uttar Pradesh will be postponed.
  • If for some reason the student is not able to appear in the final semester / final year university examination, then the student can be given a chance to appear in the special examination of that question paper, these special examinations will be conducted at the convenience of the university.
  • In the last semester/ final year, students coming under the backlog will be compulsorily conducted examinations in terms of practicality/ suitability by offline, online, or mixed exam medium.

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How UP University Results will be Released or calculated? – Base of Pass and fail

The results of the first-year students will be declared on the basis of 100% internal assessment. These students will appear in the second year exam of 2020-21. If all these subjects remain separate, then the average marks of all subjects in its second year will be considered as the marks of the remaining subjects of its first year, whose examinations could not be completed in 2020.

If a student appearing in the Second Year / Fourth Semester examination in 2021 is found eligible for a back paper/ improvement examination in some subjects separately, then the average score of all subjects passed is his first year/ second. Those subjects of the semester will be considered as marks, whose exams were not held in 2020.

If the student fails in the second year in 2021, then he/ she will be able to appear again in this exam in 2022 and on the basis of the result of the second year in this examination, the remaining subjects of the first year 2020 will be considered as marks, exams could not be conducted this year.

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IIT Admission Update: JEE Main Admission Criteria Relaxation

This year many boards canceled the 12th grade exam due to the lockdown caused by the coronavirus infection. Keeping this in mind, the Joint Admission Board decided the relaxation in the eligibility criteria for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). According to this decision, deserving students who have passed class XII examination will also be admitted to IIT. According to the earlier rules, after clearing the JEE Advanced, the candidate was also required to bring 75% number or top 20 percentile in the 12th for admission.

Despite this, two things will still be compulsory, the first one has to take the 12th examination and the second JEE Advanced will have to be cleared. So it clearly shows that only the 12th score will be exempted. HRD Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal gave this information by tweet on Friday, July 17. Generally, the National Talent Agency conducts the JEE Main Online or Offline examination twice a year, first in January and the other one in May. This is the second examination which is postponed in duo to COVID-19 spread.

What are the conditions for admission to IITs?

Generally, for admission in IITs, JEE Advanced Clear must be compulsory, as well as at least 75 percent of the general candidates in class 12 and marks of SC / ST should be at least 65 percent or in the top 20 percentile rank. Only after meeting these criteria can I get admission in IIT. This year, CBSE, CISCE, and several other boards have partially canceled their 10th and 12th examinations. The board has announced alternative methods of evaluation for the rest of the examinations, which has affected the marks given to students.

New exam date of JEE main 2020

Due to the seriousness of Kovid-19, the examination of JEE Main has been postponed twice so far. According to the new schedule, now the JEE Main examination can be held from September 1 to 6 and the JEE Advanced exam can be done till September 27. For latest information on upcoming news of JEE Main 2020 stay in touch with us.

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