NEET 2020 counselling schedule on the behalf Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will be out soon. A total of 235 medical colleges are set to participate in NEET counselling process. The NEET counselling 2020 registration will be held in an online mode.
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Uttar Pradesh schools will reopen for Classes 9 to 12 from today, October 19. The Uttar Pradesh Government has issued a slew of guidelines in the view of the COVID-19 pandemic for the safety and security of students.
DU 2nd Cut-Off 2020: The Delhi University second cut-off list has been released on Saturday, with many courses being closed for admissions and some programmes opening at the same cut-off as the first list.
The Delhi University has released the second cut-off list today, October 17. Hansraj College has seen the most significant drop in cut-offs in BCom (Honours). At Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), the cut-offs are same as that of the first list.
DU 2nd Cut-off 2020: Hindu College has released the second cut-off list. The cut-off for B.Com programme (98.25%) has dropped below Economics (98.75%) at Hindu College.
DU 2nd Cut-off 2020: Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) has kept admission open in both its programmes, BA Economics and BCom (Hons) but in the first case, with no change in cut-offs.
DU 2nd cut-off 2020: The Lady Shri Ram College (LSR) second cut-offs for DU cut-off 2020 is out and shows that admission will be open in all courses except Mathematics at the college.
DU 2nd cut-off 2020: Hansraj College has released its cut-offs for the second list of DU cut-offs 2020 and the most significant drop in cut-offs is in BCom (Honours).
Jesus and Mary College (JMC), Delhi University has released its minimum scores for the second list DU cut-off 2020. Admission to all but three honours programmes is closed including English, Economics, both Commerce courses, Mathematics, Psychology and Sociology.
PGDAV College (Evening) second cut-off 2020 list has been released. The cut-off for BSc Mathematics has dropped by two percentage points; for BCom (Hons) by 1.5 points; and for B.Com by one point.
CUCET 2020 result has been announced by the Central University of Rajasthan today, October 17 at the official website- cucetexam.in. The CUCET result 2020 has been released in the form of a scorecard.
DUET 2020: National Testing Agency, NTA, has released DU PG 2020 answer key along with question papers for 10 remaining postgraduate programmes on October 16. The last date to challenge the DU PG answer key 2020 and submit the fees is October 18 (11:50 pm).
The Delhi University is likely to release the DU 2020 second cut-off list today. Over 58 per cent of the students who applied for DU admissions under the first cut-off list have paid the fees, Delhi University officials said on Friday.
NEET 2020 Result: The National Testing Agency has declared NEET 2020 result at ntaneet.nic.in. NEET 2020 result direct link is given below. Check NEET cut-off marks, NEET ranks. Soyeb Aftab of Odisha and Akanksha Singh of Delhi are NEET toppers who scored 720 marks.
NEET Results 2020: According to NTA, Soyeb Aftab got AIR 1 because of the age-difference- the last in the NTA's list of factors while breaking a tie between candidates.
According to data shared by the NTA, 7,71,500 candidates have qualified the exam. Soyeb Aftab from Odisha Akanksha Singh from Delhi are the all-India toppers scoring full marks. Tummala Snikitha bagged the third spot with 715 marks.
NEET Final Answer Key 2020: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the final NEET Answer Key 2020 at ntaneet.nic.in. The NEET exam result will be announced soon.
National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the NEET 2020 results today. Candidates can login at the official website -- ntaneet.nic.in -- and access their NEET 2020 results.
Delhi University Students' Union members and Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad representatives met the Principal of Delhi University's Ramjas College and submitted a memorandum asking for redressal of DU admission related issues.
A few states including Delhi, Karnataka and Maharashtra, have decided not to reopen schools, others like Punjab have declared reopening of schools. A few schools resumed classes from September 21 on a voluntary basis for Classes 9-12, as advised by the Centre earlier during Unlock 4.