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Gujarat CET 2023: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB), Gandhinagar is set to close down the online application process for Gujarat Common Entrance Test, GUJCET 2023 tomorrow, on January 20, 2023. Candidates who have not applied for the exam can submit their application form on the official website at gujcet.gseb.org.The online registration for Gujarat CET 2023 began on January 06. The last date to submit the online application form will come to an end on January 20, 2023. The education board has not announced the GUJCET exam date yet, but according to sources the exam is expected to be conducted in April 2023. GUJCET 2023 EligibilityAge: The candidates registering for Gujarat CET must not be less than 17 years of age.Educational Qualification: Candidates must have cleared or appearing for class 12 exam from a recognized board.Download: Gujarat CET notificationRead AlsoCISF Admit Card 2023 for ASI Steno, HC Ministerial exams released on cisfrectt.in, direct linkCandidates, who have applied for the CISF ASI Steno and HC Ministerial vacancies (Approx 540 vacancies), can check and download their admit cards online on the official website - https://cisfrectt.in/ - through candidate login.Gujarat CET Application FeeThe candidates applying for GUJCET 2023 are required to pay an application fee of Rs 350.Direct Link: Apply for GUJCET Exam 2023How to apply for Gujarat CET 2023Step 1. Visit the official website at gujcet.gseb.orgStep 2. On the homepage, click on the GUJCET registration linkStep 3. Register yourself and generate the login credentialsStep 4. Now, login using the same details and fill the application formStep 5. Upload the documents and pay the application feeStep 6. Submit the form and take a printout of the same for future referenceExam PatternGujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET) is a state-level entrance examination to select candidates for admission to various undergraduate engineering and pharmacy programs in Gujarat. The question paper will be divided into three sections namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology for 40 marks each. The candidates will get 3 hours to attempt a total of 120 questions.
She spent a large part of her life in the uplift of Siddi tribal women and for the education of children.Junagadh: A Siddi tribe woman from Jambur village of Junagadh, Hirbai Ibrahim Lobi, has been honoured with the Padma Shri award, the fourth-highest civilian award by the government of India.A list of Padma Shri recipients was issued on Wednesday evening on the occasion of the 74th Republic Day.Hirbai hails from the African-origin Siddi tribe that resides in Jambur village near Gir forest in Gujarat, which is also the home of the pride of India, the Asian lion.In an exclusive interview with ANI, Hirbai shared her experience of working for the uplift and development of the Siddi tribal community.Hirabai Lobi has expressed special gratitude to the government of India, President Droupadi Murmu and especially Prime Minister Narendra Modi for honouring her with the Padma Award.She spent a large part of her life in the uplift of Siddi tribal women and for the education of children. Till now she has changed the lives of more than 700 women and innumerable children.Surrounded by Babbar lions, the livelihood of the women of the Siddi community depended on wood cutting, Hirbai told ANI. Being a radio enthusiast, she took it upon herself to support the women of her community.Since childhood, Hirbai used to get information about women's development schemes in Siddi through the radio.She first joined with Agakhan Foundation and then launched a campaign to make women self-reliant by associating with BAIF, a farmer's organization. So far, she has taught more than 700 women to open bank accounts and save money.She has played an important role in bringing women forward and also taught them farming. She provided employment to women with the help of social organizations through radio. Hirabai while speaking to ANI said, "I have not grown trees in the forest, but I have saved the forest from being cut."Hirabai lost her parents in childhood and was brought up by her grandmother. She has established several kindergartens with spirit of providing basic education to the children of the Siddi community.Apart from this, she established the Mahila Vikas Foundation in the year 2004 and has worked tirelessly to make Siddi women self-reliant. Due to these efforts of Hirbai, the women of Jambur helped their families by working in the grocery shops and tailoring.Till now she has been honoured with various accolades, but when she got the first prize of $500, she put all the money into the development of the village.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comSo far she has received Real Award from Reliance, Janaki Devi Prasad Bajaj Award and the Green Award.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)Featured Video Of The DayJai Jawan: Sonu Sood's Tug-Of-War With Soldiers
Gujarat CET 2023: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB), Gandhinagar has extended the online application process for Gujarat Common Entrance Test, GUJCET 2023. Interested candidates who have not submitted the form are advised to complete the registration on the official website at gujcet.gseb.org.Candidates may note that online registration for Gujarat CET 2023 began on January 06, 2023. The last date to submit the online application was scheduled to end on January 20, which was later extended till January 25, 2023. Now, the education board has once again extended the registration date till January 31, 2023.GUJCET 2023Age LimitThe candidates applying for GUJCET 2023 should not be less than 17 years of age.Educational QualificationThe applicants must have passed or appearing for Class 12 exam from a recognized board.Exam PatternThe question paper will be divided into three sections, namely Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology for 40 marks each. The candidates will get 3 hours to attempt a total of 120 questions.Apply Here: Gujarat CET 2023How to apply for Gujarat CET 2023Step 1. Visit the official website at gujcet.gseb.org Step 2. On the homepage, click on the GUJCET registration link Step 3. Register yourself and generate the login credentials Step 4. Now, login using the same details and fill the application form Step 5. Upload the documents and pay the application fee Step 6. Submit the form and take a printout of the same for future referenceApplication FeeThe applicants are required to pay an application fee of Rs 350.About GUJCET 2023Gujarat Common Entrance Test (GUJCET)-2023 is a state-level entrance examination conducted to shortlist candidates for admission into various undergraduate engineering and pharmacy programs in Gujarat.Candidates who have not registered for the Gujarat CET-2023 are advised to submit the application form at the earliest to avoid any last minute hassle.
Ahmedabad: Gujarat University on Wednesday abruptly halted its recruitment of non-teaching staff, two days before the interview phase was to begin. Sources said the university had started recruitment for 102 administrative posts such as director of college development council, chief accountant, director of physical education, deputy registrar and clerks. On Wednesday, the university halted the recruitment without giving any reasonstnn
GPSC Answer Key 2023: The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) has released the Gujarat Engineering Services (Civil) Answer Key for Class-1 and Class-2 exam 2022-23. Candidates who took the exam can check and download the provisional answer key from the official website at gpsc.gujarat.gov.in.GPSC conducted the Gujarat Engineering Service (Civil), Class-1 and Class-2 on January 22, 2023. Candidates who are not satisfied with the answers given in the provisional answer key may send their challenges/representations to the commission on or before February 02, 2023.Download: Gujarat Engineering Services (Civil) Answer Key 2022-23How to download GPSC GES (Civil) Answer Key-2023Step 1. Visit the official website at gpsc.gujarat.gov.inStep 2. On the homepage, click on 'Answer Key with Question Paper' tabStep 3. A new page will open, click on the line that reads, "Gujarat Engineering Service (Civil), Class-1 and Class-2, Narmada and Water Resources, Water Supply and Kalpsar and Road & Buillding Department"Step 4. A PDF of the provisional answer key will open on the screenStep 5. Check the answer key and submit the objections in the prescribed format, if anyStep 6. Download and take a a printout of the answer key for future referenceInstructions for GPSC Answer Key Challenge(1) All the suggestion should be submitted in prescribed format of suggestion sheet physically(2) Question wise suggestion to be submitted in the prescribed format.(3) All suggestions are to be submitted with reference to the Master Question Paper with provisional answer key (Master Question Paper), published on the website. Objections should be sent referring to the Question, Question No. & options of the Master Question Paper.(4) Suggestions regarding question nos. and options other than provisional answer key (Master Question Paper) shall not be considered.(5) Objections and answers suggested by the candidate should be in compliance with the responses given by him in his answer sheet. Objections shall not be considered, in case, if responses given in the answer sheet /response sheet and submitted suggestions are differed.(6) Objection for each question shall be made on separate sheet. Objection for more than one question in single sheet shall not be considered & treated as cancelled.(7) Candidate who is present in the exam entitled to submit the objection(s).(8) Candidate should attach copy of his/her OMR (Answer sheet) with objection(s).
Vadodara: In wake of the extreme cold conditions, Vadodara district education officer (DEO) on Saturday issued a directive asking all the schools to change their timings. Going by DEO R R Vyas’s circular, all the government, grant-in-aid as well as private schools in Vadodara have been asked to begin their schools from 8am with effect from Monday. Vyas told TOI that the directives have been issued based on the decision taken by Vadodara district collector Atul Gor. The directive which will be applicable to schools of all education boards will remain effective till the time new directive is issued to the schools. The schools have been asked to make necessary arrangements to cover the remaining course curriculum due to the change in the timings. It is worth mentioning here that Gujarat government had already allowed schools in the state to change timings after an girl student of Class 8 died after suffering from cardiac arrest due to severe cold in a Rajkot school. Most primary schools have morning shifts that begin from 7.15am or 7.30am the students need to leave their homes early in morning when its is very cold. The Vadodara Parents Association welcomed the decision taken by the district administration. In wake of the severe cold conditions in the state, the association too had made representation before the authorities to bring changes in school timings.