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The Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) Cell has released admit cards for MAH MBA, MMS CET 2023 exams. Interested candidates can visit the official website — mbacet2023.mahacet.org — to access the hall tickets.Candidates would need to key in their application number and date of birth to login and download the hall ticket.Step 1: Visit the official website — mbacet2023.mahacet.orgStep 2: On the home page, click on the link for ‘download admit card’.Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page. Key in your application number and date of birth to login.Step 4: Once you successfully login, the admit card will be available on the screen.Step 5: Download and save for future reference.According to the official schedule, the MAH MBA, MMS CET 2023 exam is scheduled to be conducted on March 25 and 26.Candidates should remember to carry their admit card to the examination centres as no candidate will be allowed to enter the exam centre without first showing the hall ticket.
The imposter was identified as Kiran Bhai Patel, a resident of AhmadabadJammu: Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah on Monday hit out at the Centre over alleged conman Kiran Patel who was arrested for impersonating as a government official in the Union Territory, asking how a government which got 'tricked' by an imposter, is expected to resolve issues of the valley."You must have seen that a man (Kiran Patel) came here and told the government here that he works in the PMO (Prime Minister Office), they didn't even try to find out," the National Conference leader said while addressing a rally in Jammu.He further took a swipe at the Centre over Patel's ability to trick the Union Territory officials into giving him 'Z plus' security and a bulletproof SUV among other facilities saying that this happened in the territory because it is an "imposed government", not an elected one.He went even further by lambasting the BJP for not providing security to the ex-minister who have been facing threats."We have a colleague, an ex-minister who faced attacks and doesn't get an escort vehicle even if he requests with folded hands...This is the difference between an elected government and a government imposed from the top," Mr Abdullah said, further asking how can a government that doesn't know the difference between an actual officer at the PMO and an imposter, to resolve people's actual issues.Jammu and Kashmir police arrested a man from Gujarat posing as a senior official of the Prime Minister's Office in Srinagar on March 3.According to the police statement, on March 2, 2023, the CID wing of Jammu and Kashmir Police gave information to the Police about the arrival of an impersonator in Kashmir.A team of Jammu and Kashmir Police rushed to the hotel where the man was staying, the statement added.The man was identified as Kiran Bhai Patel a resident of Ahmadabad, Gujarat who was impersonating himself as Additional Director (Strategy and campaigns) PMO New Delhi, the statement said.As his replies were found suspicious, he was taken to Police Station Nishat wherein he admitted his crime. Ten fake visiting cards and two mobiles were seized from him, the statement added.Cases under sections 419,420,467,468, and 471 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) were registered in Police Station Nishat on March 2, 2023, and the investigation was taken up.According to the statement, a team of SP East Srinagar, SDPO Nehru Park, and SHO Nishat are leading the investigation.The accused Kiran Bhai Patel was arrested on March 3, 2023, and is in police remand up to March 17, 2023, the statement added.Many relevant persons have been examined in this case. The case is at the initial stage of the investigation. Further details of this case will be shared later on, the statement said.However, Mr Abdullah cornered the administration to hire Aptech Limited to conduct various recruitment exams in the union territory and demanded a probe into the matter."This governmnet is not at all trying to resolve the issues of the people. We want inquiry into who brought Aptech here and where did the fraud take place. The youth should be reassured that their future won't be toyed with," he added.The recent move of the Jammu and Kashmir government to again consider Aptech Ltd to conduct various exams including the Finance Account Assistant exam stirred the protestors."The Lieutenant Governor administration should rise to the occasion and take necessary measures for the larger benefit of the youth of Jammu and Kashmir," demanded the protestors.He also cleared his party's stand on the J-K LG Manoj Sinha's criticism of NC, and PDP over the recruitment process in the UT and said that they are not "advocating" that hardcore militants should be given government jobs.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com"Nobody is advocating that hardcore militants should be given government jobs but it is also wrong to punish somebody just because they have the misfortune of being related to a terrorist. This is not the way to win the hearts and minds of people and this is not something that we will ever support," he added.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)
Suvendu Kar, an IIT Madras student, achieved an all India rank (AIR) 1 in the GATE 2023 (Mathematics paper), the results of which were declared on Thursday. A farmer’s son, the topper believes that making the best of your situation and following the passion are the only two things every aspirant needs to keep in mind.This was Suvendu’s first attempt at the GATE exam, in which he secure the highest rank with a score of 941 (50.33 marks). He has also recently earned AIR 47 in the CSIR NET exam (February 2022 attempt). The topper now aims to pursue either MTech from IISc or PhD in the same subject.Kar hails from a small town of Egra in West Bengal, where his father works as a farmer. “I come from an economically weak family, and while many think that it would have become a hindrance for me, however, it was actually the other way round. I found smarter ways of utilising all public resources,” he told indianexpress.com.The 22-year-old got a scholarship for BSc Mathematics degree in Calcutta University (CU) in 2018.“My college also provided me financial assistance. When I was leaving for Calcutta University, I told my parents that I may have to enroll in some coaching centre. However, they were a little hesitant due to the financial constraints at home. This motivated me to come up with creative solutions. I started looking for free resources (provided by the government too) on the internet which were very helpful. Other than that, I reached out to my friends and professors to get my doubts cleared,” he said.He also shared that one of his closest friends at IIT Madras, who often helped him clear his doubts, secured AIR 4 in GATE 2023 (even though he is from the Mechanical Engineering department).Unlike many others, the Mathematics topper did not enroll in any coaching classes and believes that the common belief of you cannot ace this exam without the big coaching centres is “absolutely wrong”.Kar’s believes college studies are sufficient to crack such exams. “It is important to pay attention to what is being taught in your college. The things that your lecturers explain in their classes is usually similar to the syllabus of these competitive exams. I used to focus on my lectures, come back home and revise what was taught to us at IIT Madras the whole day and then make short notes on the basis of those lectures. Doing that alone helped me get a good rank and have fundamental clarity of all subjects and topics,” he said.Kar added that making short notes can be another good technique for learning and revision. “I make short notes for every topic and lecture. While studying, I make small notes side-by-side and that helps not just in understanding and grasping the concepts, but also during the revision,” he said.Another important suggestion from Kar is to solve previous year questions papers. The topper also has advice for those who do not like to read much. “I don’t like reading much either, so I started watching YouTube videos of several tutors and experts and making short notes from those videos. That is a very effective way of gaining information without getting bored,” he shared.When asked if achieving this rank was difficult and mentally draining while pursuing the final year of MSc Mathematics from IIT Madras, Kar said “if you follow your passion, nothing will seem like a burden”.“If you pursue the career that you are interested in, then it will never feel like a burden. Instead of adding to your mental pressure, it will help you stay focused, motivated and the results will give a sense of satisfaction. On the other hand, those who blindly follow the herd often feel burnt out and face failures,” he said.Another advise that the Mathematics topper has for GATE aspirants is that one should “opt for online classes only if you have that kind of discipline. It is very easy to get distracted in the virtual classes, so if you tend to get distracted easily and lose focus then instead opt for offline classes. In physical classes, you will also be able to meet your friends and get motivation from them.”
Internet users heaped praises on the kind police officerA heartwarming incident from the ongoing Gujarat board exams has surfaced on the internet and is swiftly going viral. A Twitter user who reported the incident online narrated how a police officer in Gujarat came to a girl's rescue after her father mistakenly dropped her at the wrong examination centre. The kind cop sensed the girl's stress and personally dropped her at the right examination centre which was 20 km away. In a Twitter thread, Adarsh Hegde described the chain of events and wrote, ''This girl was about to write her Board exams. But in a hurry her father dropped her to a another school exam centre. Girl searched her roll number but it was not there in the list. So realized she was at a wrong examination centre.''See the tweet here:A incident in Gujrath 👍🙏This girl was about to write her Board exams. But in a hurry her father dropped her to a another school exam centre. Girl searched her roll number but it was not there in the list. So realized she was at a wrong examination centre.Thread.... pic.twitter.com/mRtwjylHbK— Adarsh Hegde (@adarshahgd) March 16, 2023''A police officer who was on duty saw her in tension. He enquired her and she said she was in wrong place. When the officer saw the address of her centre mentioned in hall ticket it was 20 Km away. So he decided to drop her in his police jeep with siren on,'' the tweet further reads.With full speed they reached her correct school examination centre on time. Thanks to Police officer for helping her. There are many Good Police officers in our society 🙂👍🙏— Adarsh Hegde (@adarshahgd) March 16, 2023''With full speed they reached her correct school examination center on time. Thanks to Police officer for helping her. There are many Good Police officers in our society'', Mr Hedge concluded his post.Internet users heaped praises on the kind police officer for helping out the girl. The tweet is going viral, garnering around 14,000 likes, more than 2500 retweets and a barrage of comments.One user wrote, ''What a wonderful example of the sense of compassion and dutifulness on the part of the police officer.'' Another commented, ''Awesome story. The police everywhere, but deservedly so in some countries, get a bad press. It's nice to see such stories too.''PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.comA third stated, ''This is what social media was meant to do, celebrate the good Samaritans. Lovely story.'' A fourth added, ''Such incidents restore our faith in police and humanity.''Click for more trending news
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The bill was introduced after the question paper of the panchayat exam was found to have been leaked.Gandhinagar: With the objective of curbing paper leaks in government recruitment exams, the Gujarat Legislative Assembly has unanimously passed a Bill that provides for up to 10 years in prison for such malpractices.As per the provisions of the bill, the accused shall also be liable for fine which shall not be less than Rs 10 lakh, which may extend to Rs 1 crore.Following a heated debate, the Gujarat Public Examination (Prevention of Unfair Means) Bill, 2023, tabled by Minister of State for Home Harsh Sanghavi, was passed on Thursday as opposition Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) members gave their nod.The bill is aimed at curbing "unfair means" which include to leak or attempt to leak a question paper, procure a question paper in an unauthorised manner and to solve such a paper in an unauthorised manner.Unfair means also include an act of assisting an examinee during examination for monetary gains.Any examinee (candidate appearing for an exam) indulging in unfair means shall be punished with imprisonment up to three years, and shall also be liable for a fine of not less than Rs one lakh.If any person obstructs or threatens any member of the inspection team or a person appointed by the examination authority for performing duty, he shall be punished with imprisonment of up to three years, and a fine of not less than Rs one lakh.If any person, including an examinee, indulges in unfair means or contravenes any of the provisions of the Act, he or she shall be punished with imprisonment for five years which may extend up to 10 years.Moreover, the accused "shall also be liable for fine which shall not be less than Rs 10 lakh, which may extend to Rs 1 crore".The offence will become more serious if it falls in the category of "organised crime"."If any person in an organised crime in conspiracy with the examination authority indulges in unfair means, he shall be punished with seven years of imprisonment, which may extend to 10 years with fine of Rs 1 crore," said the bill.A court can also order attachment of the assets of convicted persons involved in "organised crime." A person convicted under this Act shall be debarred from any public examination for two years.If a person associated with an institution is found guilty under this Act, such a business entity or institution "shall be liable to pay all cost and expenditure related to the public examination and shall be banned forever".Any offence committed under the Act shall be investigated by a police officer not below the rank of police inspector but preferably by a deputy superintendent of police, the bill said.The bill was introduced days after the question paper of the panchayat junior clerk examination was found to have been leaked. On January 29, this examination was postponed.Congress Legislature Party leader Amit Chavda pointed out during the debate that question papers of 13 recruitment exams have got leaked in the state since 2014."To set an example and instil fear among culprits, this Act should be implemented through retrospective effect from 2014," he said.He also suggested that instead of outsourcing the printing of question papers, the Gujarat government should use its own printing presses.AAP leader Chaitar Vasava said the state government must ensure that main conspirators do not escape.Another AAP MLA Umesh Makwana suggested that all the cases registered under this Act be investigated by an IPS officer and tried in a fast-track court.He also agreed with the Congress's demand that question papers should be printed in a government-run press.Senior Congress legislator Arjun Modhwadia pointed out that though the 'Objects and Reasons' of the bill says that it deals with paper leaks of "recruitment examinations", the bill also covers school board exams and university exams, which means even school and college students can be arrested under this Act.Minister Sanghavi clarified that candidates of school board and university exams would not fall under the bill's ambit, only officials or others facilitating unfair practices would be covered.PromotedListen to the latest songs, only on JioSaavn.com"It was the need of the hour to bring such a stringent bill because Indian Penal Code (IPC) was not enough to punish the culprits. We have prepared this bill after studying such bills brought by other states, such as Uttar Pradesh," he added.He refused to accept the Opposition's demands for retrospective implementation and printing of question papers in state-owned presses on various technical grounds. PTI PJT PD KRK NP NPFeatured Video Of The DayMust Be Clear About Who To Stop From Returning As PM: Shatrughan Sinha