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Bangalore: The state government is planning to open graduate colleges in the state amidst coronavirus infection. In the meantime, lecturers of graduate colleges have been ordered to perform their duties from home till November 11.
Preparations for the commencement of classes for the academic year of 2020/21 are available from 4.11.2020 to 11.11.2020 for the faculty of all government and private aided colleges/departments in the department to prepare for digital learning, online/offline teaching, study material preparation, etc. Approved to perform.
The directive also stipulated that instructors who were instructed by the Principals to attend the college’s emergency work should be compelled to attend exams.
UGC has asked all the varsities to start first-year classes from November 1, 2020 and admission schedule conclude by Nov 30. The classes can be conducted in both online or offline modes, as per the necessity.
University Grants Commission, UGC has directed all the varsities to start the classes for the new sessions from November 1 onwards, as per the revised academic calendar approved by UGC on Monday. The first-year classes for undergraduate and postgraduate courses can begin in November. The varsities have been asked to wrap up the admission schedule by November 30.
The alternative academic calendar released by UGC on April 29 suggested that classes of first-year students should begin on September 1 and final year exams should be conducted from July 1 to July 15. However, due to the pandemic, the calendar had to be revised and the high education regulator mandated the conduct of final year exams or terminal semester exams by September end.
But now, as per the revised guidelines, the academic session 2020-21 may begin from November 1 for first-year students. In case there is a delay in the declaration of results in the qualifying exam, the universities may plan and start the academic session by November 18. While speaking to the New Indian Express, the Vice-President of UGC said that there is no hard and fast rule on holding online or offline classes.
The commission further added in the revised calendar that a full refund will be made on account of the cancellation of admissions/ migration of students up to November 30. Thereafter, on cancellation/ withdrawal of admissions up to December 31, 2020, the entire fee collected from a student be refunded in full after deduction of not more than Rs 1000 as processing fee.
Thus, the merit or entrance based admissions for UG/PG students should be completed by October end and the remaining vacant seats should be filled up by November 30.
Meanwhile, UGC has also asked the universities across the nation to start the process of provisional admission for undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The admission process for UG/PG courses for the academic year 2020-21 has already been concluded on August 31, 2020. However, the Commission has directed to conduct provisional allotment till September 30, 2020.
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Karnataka PGCET 2020 Exam Dates has been revised. Karnataka Examination Authority organizes the entrance test of Karnataka PGCET to offer admission into MBA, MCA, M.Tech, M.E, M.Arch and lateral MCA Programme. This is a state level entrance examination. Through this entrance test, candidates will get admission into Postgraduate courses in various universities and colleges located in the Karnataka State. Through this article we have provided complete details related to Karnataka PGCET Exam Dates 2020.
Karnataka PGCET 2020 Exam Dates has been revised. It will be now conducted on 13th & 14th October 2020Check the exam schedule below:
13th October Tuesday -M.E/ M.Tech/ M.Arch
10:30 am to 12:30 pm (Course offered by Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research)
02:30 pm to 04:30 pm (Courses offered by VTU, UVCE, UBDTCE)
14th October Wednesday MBA/ MCA
10:30 am to 12:30 pm (MCA)
02:30 pm to 04:30 pm (MBA)
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Usually, Bangalore University (BU) declares results late. But this year, that has changed. The university declared the results for some of its engineering courses in less than 90 minutes of conducting the last exam. On Saturday, BU announced the results of final semester BE in Civil and Mechanical engineering streams.Why the rush?
Many final semester engineering students were waiting desperately for the results as many of them had job offers in hand and have to submit their scorecard by September 15. A few others are also eyeing the public works department (PWD) posts for which September 16 is the last date to apply.
Hence, University Visvesvaraya College of Eng-ineering (UVCE, which is affiliated to BU) had to race against time, claimed the college’s principal HN Ramesh.
Ramesh told BM that final year exams were delayed this year due to the outbreak of covid-19.
Then, following the UGC’s guidelines, the theory papers were held on September 1, 3, 5 and 8 and the practicals began from September 9.
The university asked evaluators to begin their jobs from the next day of the exam itself.
However, the challenge was the exam on September 8 after which they needed to quickly evaluate the answer sheets.
The tabulation for the theory papers were carried out and when the practical exams concluded at 5 pm on Saturday, the marks were added to the theory papers and the results were declared.
The results were announced by 6.30 pm.
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No classes or exams have been held for the students
Over the last five months, several faculty members from distance education courses or universities conducting online education have gone mute, say students. Students have made several complaints to the universities that their distance education courses have come to a halt and there is no communication from the university. Neither are online classes conducted nor are any materials updated on the websites.
When the pandemic hit the state, many universities decided to call off the physical classes and conducted online classes to complete their syllabus. The Ministry of Education also allowed conducting online examinations at the university or college level. But, between all these orders and guidelines, the distance education programme students have been suffering.
A student said, “We are in our first-year post-graduation program and we have paid our fees last year. Technically our first year is almost coming to an end in a month or so. But we have not had classes, no assignments have been given and no information on the first-year exams. The university said that due to the pandemic, the academic year has been affected.”
Professor BC Mylarappa, in-charge director of Bangalore University’s distance education department said, “We are thinking of starting physical classes from September 5 so why should we bother with online classes? The government is saying Karnataka State Open University (KSOU) is the only university that should run distance education. So, we do not know what to do.”
While Mylarappa openly agreed that no classes for distance education have been conducted, students questioned their completion of the year. Another student said, “I have applied for National Eligibility Test (NET) test and I’m also pursuing my Master’s Degree at KSOU. Even after a year, my academic year is not over. If my NET results are declared I will need my Master’s Degree in a year to apply. But nothing has happened at the university, not even online classes.”
Professor Lingraju Gandhi, registrar of KSOU said, “There are departments who are conducting the online classes. We are also waiting for the Directorate of Distance Education to release the academic year schedule for the upcoming semesters. On the basis on that, we will take a call on how we need to adjust classes. But, for the pending years, we have already called for examinations and applications are open.”
KSOU Vice-Chancellor Professor Vidyashankar said that he would look into the matter.
After two students in Bangalore University (BU) in Jnanabharathi campus tested positive for covid-19 on Friday, all students in the campus hostel to undergo testing.
This happened after the final year undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) students returned to the hostel last week as they had to attend the revision classes for the final examination, scheduled this month.
The Vice-Chancellor of BU, professor KR Venugopal said that the two students who are tested positive have been sent to two city-based hospitals.
He said, “We are monitoring the health of all students and will get everyone tested. We are in touch with the health experts and want all students to undergo RT-PCR tests as many of them have undergone antigen tests which are not accurate.”
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Bengaluru: Students appearing for their examinations will not be charged for bus tickets while travelling from their residences to the allotted examination centre, an official release from the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) . This applied to all the Universities and examsimages (12).jpg
Bangalore University U.G Exam Are going to Start from 12th Sep.
Students will be able to travel between their residences and allotted examination centres by either showing their student bus pass or the examination hall ticket.
The KSRTC release also stated that the free travel option will be available on city buses, suburban buses Btmc Buses and express buses.
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New Delhi: Pranab Mukherjee, former president of India and veteran Congressman passed away on Monday after prolonged illness.!
Mukherjee’s son Abhijit took to Twitter and made the announcement. In a post, he said, “With a Heavy Heart, this is to inform you that my father Shri #PranabMukherjee has just passed away in spite of the best efforts of Doctors of RR Hospital & prayers,duas & Prarthana from people throughout India! I thank all of You Folded hands.”
Pranab Mukherjee served as India’s President between 2012 and 2017. His career in politics spanned over five decades. As a Congress leader, Pranab Mukherjee held a wide array of top cabinet posts, including finance, defence, home, among others. Pranab Mukherjee was serving as Finance Minister in the UPA II when he was fielded as a candidate for presidentship. He had defeated PA Sangma with a wide margin to enter the President’s House. However, after serving a five-year term as the President of India, he refused to contest the election again and stepped down due to health concerns.
Pranab Mukherjee hailed from West Bengal. He famously attended every Durga Puja at his home town Mirati in Birbhum district. For his distinguished service to the nation, he was first awarded India’s second-highest civilian award, Padma Vibhushan in 2008 and then honored with Bharat Ratna – India’s highest civilian award in 2019.
New Delhi: The e-commerce unit of payment solutions provider Paytm, Paytm Mall, on Sunday said it has not found any security lapses yet after investigating claims of a possible hack and data breach.
The clarification came after US-based cyber research firm Cyble had said a hacker group with the alias ‘John Wick’ was able to gain unrestricted access to Paytm Mall’s databases.”We would like to assure that all user, as well as company data, is completely safe and secure… We have been investigating the claims of a possible hack and data breach, and haven’t found any security lapses yet,” a Paytm Mall spokesperson said in a statement.
The spokesperson added that the company invests heavily in data security, and also has a Bug Bounty programme under which it rewards responsible disclosure of any security risks. “We extensively work with the security research community and safely resolve security anomalies,” the spokesperson said.
Cyble, in a blog, had said: “…it appears the actor gained access to their production database and potentially affects all accounts and related information at Paytm Mall”.Cyble said based on information available to it, the hack happened “due to an insider at Paytm Mall” and noted that the claims, however, are unverified. “Our sources also forwarded us the messages where the perpetrator also claimed they are receiving the ransom payment from the Paytm Mall as well. Leaking data when failing to meet hackers’ demands is a known technique deployed by various cybercrime groups, including ransomware operators.
At this stage, we are unaware that the ransom was paid,” Cybele said. The perpetrator had reportedly demanded 10 ETH (Ethereum) equivalent to USD 4,000. Cyble said it has reached out to Paytm Mall for any comments and is awaiting to hear back.
New Delhi: With the Supreme Court upholding UGC directive that all final year examinations (college and universities) should be completed by September 30, state governments are now planning how to conduct the examinations — the mode, type of questions etc. Bihar, Assam, Odisha and part of Madhya Pradesh are reeling under the flood situation.
Tamil Nadu: Reports said a meeting of all vice-chancellors of the state universities was convened on Satur day to discuss the modalities of the final year examinations. So far, it has been decided that the exams will be conducted entirely online. A few centres can be arranged for students without Internet access. The universities are in favour of keeping the questions objective type.
Maharashtra: Maharashtra will finalise the modalities on August 31. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has asked his ministry to conduct examinations with utmost precaution and in a simplified manner. A six-member committee headed by Dr Suhas Pednekar, vice-chancellor of Mumbai University, has been formed to give recommendations about how to conduct examinations.
West Bengal: Universities are awaiting state guideline in this regard. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said the exams will be held in October before Durga Puja. However, it’s not clear whether UGC will allow any extension of the current deadline.
Several states opposed to the UGC directive of completing final year examinations before September as it will expose lakhs of students to the COVID-19 threat since not all universities, colleges and students have the online infrastructure. But the apex court has upheld UGC directive and said students can’t be graduate without final year exams. The states, at the most, can appeal to the UGC seeking some relaxations but all states will have to conduct final year examinations.
The K-set was scheduled for the day of the police examination. The test date has now been postponed. The k-set test is given in Sec. 20s instead of s. Scheduled to run on the 27th.
Recognized by UGC, Karnataka State Eligibility Test Center, University of Mysore conducts Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET). The exam is conducted to shortlist aspirants for the post of lectureship/Assistant Professor in Karnataka
Since many candidates have applied for two posts, the same day K-set and police exam will be a problem. Mysore VV has announced that the K-set test date will be held on September 27 instead of September 20.
For more information visit the official website of Mysore University https://uni.mysore.ac.in
Maharashtra-based student organization filed a right to information (RTI) request. It showed that many city colleges are yet to reimburse refundable deposits for students who graduated between 2006 and 2017.
Three colleges are yet to return nearly Rs2.5 crore entirely to their students, as per the information disclosed by the RTI
On Thursday the Ambedkar Students Association (ASA) released the RTI, which shows that Jai Hind, Mithibai, and GN Khalsa college have repaid just a piece of the refundable store.
In any case, the college heads said that no student has ever been denied a refundable deposit. According to college rules, administrators said, such deposits can be secured by the students within a term limit, and in the past, cash could be diverted as a subsidy paid to the current students of the organization.
The principal of Jai Hind College, Ashok Wadia, explained, We are a charitable trust, and every year we have to show our books of account to the Charity Commissioner.
Not just have understudies not asserted the cash inside the specified time span, yet as a rule, our understudies have wouldn’t claim the money and approached us to utilize the money to support understudies in the college.
He included that never has there been an instance of an understudy looking for a refund of deposits being denied the equivalent.
Jai Hind College has obtained more than Rs.53 lakhs in refundable stores and over a long period Rs. 12.50 lakh has been paid. Additionally, the GN Khalsa College of Matunga has anywhere in the 2006 and 2017 range of Rs. 3.39 crores, and paid nearly Rs. 22.6 lakhs, while Mithibai College of Vile Parle has collected Rs.322 crores and a rebate of Rs. 22.8 lakhs to students, according to the documents shared by ASA.
GT Khalsa and Mithibai College Principals were inaccessible for input despite some messages and calls by HT.
Schools, colleges, swimming pools and indoor theatres will remain closed. This phase, called “Unlock 4”, will be in effect till September 30.
Bangalore: Metro train services can resume in a phased manner from September 7 and lockdowns can’t be imposed outside containment zones, the central government said on Saturday as it announced new steps to ease COVID-19 restrictions as part of the fourth phase of unlocking.
Social, political, academic, sports, religious and other functions will be allowed with a limit of 100 people as part of the new rules from September 21. Schools, colleges, swimming pools and indoor theatres will remain closed. This phase, called “Unlock 4”, will be in effect till September 30.
Confirming that it will restart services, the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation said, “As per the latest guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs under Unlock 4, the Bangalore Metro will be resuming its services for public from 7th September 2020 onwards in a caliberated manner.”
“Further details on the Metro functioning and its usage by the general public will be shared once the detailed SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) on metros is issued by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs in next few days,” it added.
The last set of guidelines for Unlock 3 that came on July 30 ended night curfew and allowed the opening of gyms and yoga institutes that are not in containment zones. Restrictions remained in place in all other areas that involve large gatherings - be it educational institutions, public parks or cinema halls.
Coronavirus cases have been rising steadily across India, at around 70,000 new infections every day, with the total number of cases crossing 34 lakh behind the United States and Brazil. More than 62,000 people have died in the country so far.
The country has been recording the world’s highest daily spike in coronavirus figures since early this month. Over the last four days, there was been an uptick in the number of daily new cases, the positivity rate and the “R” or reproduction rate - the measure of how many people are infected by one infected person
Against the backdrop of rising clamour for postponement of the medical and engineering entrance exams in view of spike in COVID-19 cases, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal told News18 that the decision to conduct JEE Main and NEET has been taken after much consideration.
“After much consideration, we decided to conduct JEE Main from September 1 to September 6, we had already delayed it twice. NEET exam was supposed to take place on May 3 but now it is on September 13,” the minister said.
“Students’ protection comes first and education later. We are trying to balance these two. From April 5 to April 11, NEET examination was supposed to happen but we postponed it. We acted upon the situation now we have planned these exams from September 1. We have already postponed it (the entrance exams) twice. These are the apex court’s order. There are problems but we don’t know when COVID-19 will get over,” said Pokhriyal.
These exams have been deferred twice in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The JEE-Mains was originally scheduled to be held from April 7 to 11, but postponed to July 18 to 23, NEET-UG was originally scheduled for May 3, then pushed to July 26. They were postponed again and are now scheduled in September.
Staff and students can’t stay after class. Hostellers can’t step out except to attend class or visit the library. Every person entering the class and the hostel must get their temperature checked and must wear a face mask.
These are some of the guidelines that Bangalore University (BU) has prepared under the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to reopen physical classroom teaching after months of suspension caused by the pandemic. It was only on Wednesday that the state government announced that undergraduate and postgraduate colleges would reopen in October.
For a few months, only final-year students will be allowed into the BU hostel. “This is to avoid crowding and ensure social-distancing,” said Prof K R Venugopal, Vice-Chancellor. “We are preparing the SOP for the safety of our students.”
Daily classes will be held only for final-year students, that too in two sessions. Students of other semesters will have their classes on alternate days, he added.
In order to ensure that hostellers do not step out unnecessarily, the university has built compound walls around all the hostels and closed some of the entry and exit points to its Jnanabharathi campus, off Mysuru Road, including the one near the Sports Authority of India (SAI).
“Students must take permission from the hostel warden to go out of the campus,” Venugopal said.For Safer Learning Every person entering a BU department or hostel must get their temperature checked and wear a face mask All students must carry their own water bottle There will be limited seats in classrooms and hostels Classrooms will be sanitised at the end of the day Foot-operated sanitisers will be installed at prime locations on the campus A dining hall with a seating capacity of 500 is getting ready Students found staying in groups within the campus and violating social-distancing will be penalised
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