Here is a recap of all the major news from the education field last week from Delhi University to Jawaharlal National University and XAT to GATE exam and much more:
DU Sixth, Seventh Cut Off Round Dates Announced – Delhi University has announced the dates for DU 2020 special cut off, sixth cut off and seventh cut off online. The cut off list for each round will be published on du.ac.in the official website of the university. The DU special cut off 2020 was released on 23 November 2020 online on the official website. The sixth cut off list will be published on 28 November 2020, while the seventh cut off list for Delhi University will be published on 5 December 2020.
Option Entry Process for KCET 2020 Commences – The option entry process for KCET 2020 has been started by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) under counselling round one. In order to exercise the option entry process, candidates will have to visit kea.kar.nic.in the official website. The final result for KCET seat allotment round one will be declared on 29 November 2020, after 4 PM IST. Candidates will have to pay the seat acceptance fees to confirm their seats between 30 November 2020 to 2 December 2020.
GATE 2021 Application Correction Facility Closes – Indian Institute of Technology or IIT Bombay, reopened the application form correction facility for GATE 2021 on 13 November 2020. Candidates who had already registered for the GATE 2021 exam, but want to make changes to their application must were given the last chance to do so by visiting gate.iitb.ac.in the official website. Candidates can also visit the GOAPS online portal at appsgate.iitb.ac.in to make corrections to their application forms.
TNEA 2020 Supplementary Round Seat Allotment Result Declared – The Directorate of Technical Education (DoTE), Tamil Nadu released the TNEA 2020 supplementary round seat allotment result online on tneaonline.org the official website. To check their supplementary round seat allotment results, candidates will have to log in using their email id and password. TNEA 2020 seat allotment result has been declared for Academic, Vocational & Special category candidates.
JNU 2020 PG Results Announced – The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) declared the JNUEE 2020 results for M.A./M.Sc./M.C.A. courses online on 23 November 2020. Candidates who registered for any of the courses mentioned above, can check their result and cut off marks by visiting jnuee.jnu.ac.in the official website and logging using their application number and date of birth. The cut off marks have been published in a PDF format. The JNU entrance exam was conducted from 5 October 2020 to 8 October 2020 in a computer based mode.
COMEDK 2020 UGET Counselling Registration Starts – The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) started the registration process for the UGET counselling of COMEDK 2020. The eligible candidates are required to complete the choice filling process for round 1 of COMEDK UGET counselling 2020 by visiting comedk.org the official website. During the choice filling, candidates can select the college and course of their preference by logging in onto the exam portal. The final seat allotment result will be declared on 30 November 2020 while the deadline to accept the seats in 2 December 2020.
XAT 2021 Registration Process to End Soon – XLRI Jamshedpur, the conducting body, will close the registration process for XAT 2021 exam on 30 November 2020. Therefore, students are advised to avail the last few days to fill the XAT application form. In order to do so, students will have to visit – xatonline.in the official website and log in using their email id and password. The application form fee for the XAT exam is INR 1750/-.
DU OBE Results to be Declared by 30 November 2020 – In a recent hearing by the Delhi High Court, Delhi University(DU) informed the court that the pending results for UG and PG students will be declared by 30 November 2020. The submission was made in response to an application which alleged that the varsity was violating the Courts earlier order which states the results to be declared by 31 October 2020. Delhi High Court, on Tuesday, observed that Delhi University’s “neck is on board” if it fails to do that.