Tuesday, April 30, 2024

More than 2,500 students to participate in IDE bootcamp inaugurated by AICTE chairman


More than 2,500 students to participate in IDE bootcamp inaugurated by AICTE chairman

AICTE chairman Prof TG Sitharam virtually inaugurated the third phase of Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship (IDE) Bootcamp at 9 different locations in India on April 29. The IDE bootcamp, initiated by the Ministry of Education’s Innovation Cell (MIC), will see the participation of more than 2,500 student innovators from Higher Education Institutes (HEIs). The bootcamp is scheduled to be held from April 29 to May 3. 

“With over 2500 student innovators and innovation ambassadors from various educational institutes, we witness a convergence of talent and determination like never before,” says Sitharam 

The nine host institutions that have been selected to conduct the bootcamps are Maharaja Agrasen University Baddi, Himachal Pradesh, Amity University Raipur, Banaras Hindu University, Sree Narayana Gurukulam College of Engineering Ernakulam, KLE Technological University Hubli, Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education Srivilliputhur, Graphic Era University Dehradun, SSM College of Engineering J&K, and National Institute of Technology Goa.

This bootcamp is being organised in collaboration with the Wadhwani Foundation, where participants will learn about various product design methodologies and design thinking concepts. This will be followed by motivational talks from various industry experts.

More than 4,000 students and faculty members participated in the first and second phases of IDE 

Saturday, April 27, 2024

GPAT 2024: Exam Date (June 8), Application Form (OUT), Eligibility, Syllabus, Pattern

GPAT 2024: Exam Date (June 8), Application Form (OUT), Eligibility, Syllabus, Pattern

The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) released a notice which mentions the date of  for GPAT 2024 in online mode on April 19, 2024. The GPAT registration 2024 was started at 3:00 PM in online mode on the same dayThe last date to fill the GPAT application form is May 8, 2024, 11:55 PM. 

The GPAT complete admission process will be conducted online at the official GPAT website, natboard.edu.inStudents are advised to check the eligibility criteria before filling the application form. At this point, candidates will be given a choice to choose the GPAT test centre as per their preferences.

Earlier the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) exam dates were announcedThis year's GPAT 2024 exam will be conducted on June 8, 2024.

The GPAT registration fees 2024 has been increased from previous year for Gen/OBC/EWS candidates need to pay INR 3500 while the remaining needs to pay INR 2500.  

After the GPAT registration process, NBEMS will issue GPAT 2024 admit card only for the candidates who complete the application process. Once the exam will be over, NBEMS will share a provisional GPAT 2024 answer key and later on final answer key. 

 Click on GPAT 2024 Registration Link to apply online

The MPharma entrance exam is a national-level entrance exam that will be held in online/computer-based mode. Students who will appear in the exam will only be able to check their result of GPAT on July 8, 2024.  

This year NBEMS will be the official exam-conducting body responsible for managing and organising exam-related events from registration to results, Earlier it was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). 

The GPAT 2024 exam will be conducted in two shifts (morning and afternoon) at the designated test centers across India.  GPAT 2024 is a gateway to some of the top Pharmacy colleges in India.

Last year, as many as 68,439 candidates registered for the exam and out of the only 62,275 candidates appeared for the GPAT entrance exam. Out of them 31489 were male and 30786 female candidates. 

In this article, candidates will find detailed information about the GPAT 2024 exam, important dates, application form, admit card, exam pattern, exam analysis, results, and much more. 

The role of NBEMS is limited to the conduct of GPAT, declaration of the result and handing over the result to the Pharmacy Council of India. NBEMS has...

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Friday, April 26, 2024

World Intellectual Property Day


AICTE introduces career portal for 3 million students, offering fully-sponsored trip to Silicon Valley

AICTE introduces career portal for 3 million students, offering fully-sponsored trip to Silicon Valley  

In an endeavor to revolutionize the career landscape for engineering students across India, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and apna.co, a prominent job and professional networking platform, have collaboratively unveiled the 'AICTE Career Portal'. This initiative is poised to benefit over 3 million students enrolled in more than 12,000 colleges affiliated with AICTE.
Scheduled to launch on April 30, the AICTE Careers Portal aims to provide freshers and job seekers with access to employment and internship opportunities, both domestically and internationally. Additionally, it offers indispensable career planning resources, including AI-based resume building, real-time job alerts, and community engagement features, as highlighted by the council.
The launch ceremony of the AICTE Career Portal took place at the AICTE headquarters in New Delhi, with the presence of AICTE Chairman Prof TG Sitharam, Vice-Chairman Dr Abhay Jere, Member Secretary Prof Rajive Kumar, and Nimrit Parikh, Founder & CEO of Apna.co. This partnership stems from a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) inked between apna.co and AICTE in February 2024, underscoring their shared dedication to empowering individuals and fostering national progress. Against the backdrop of a dynamic employment landscape, this collaboration underscores their joint commitment to harnessing technology and enabling recruiters to seize emerging opportunities.
Click here:https://www.careerindia.com/news/aicte-introduces-career-portal-for-3-million-students-offering-fully-sponsored-trip-to-silicon-vall-040647.html

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

GPAT fee rise serious financial burden on students, pharmacy colleges call to slash by 50%


GPAT fee rise serious financial burden on students, pharmacy colleges call to slash by 50%

The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences’ move to increase the exam fee has upset the students as it is a financial burden on their parents. The Board conducts the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT). Pharmacy colleges have taken cognizance and called for a 50 per cent decrease in the fees.

The communique from National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences stated that for the category such as General, OBC (other backward caste) and EWS (economically weaker section), the fee levied is Rs. 3,500 against Rs. 2,000 earlier. For the SC, ST (scheduled caste/tribe) and PWD (Person with Disabilities), the fee is Rs. 2,500 against Rs. 1,000 earlier.

Pharmacy colleges pointed out that exam fee hikes can indeed pose a significant challenge. Such increases can create additional monetary problems, potentially deterring some students from pursuing their career goals. It is crucial for the authorities to consider the broader impact of such fee adjustments and work towards ensuring accessibility and affordability for aspiring professionals.

According to Dr Kaushik Devaraju, president, Karnataka Registered Pharmacists Association, the recent hike has raised eyebrows among many students, who aspire to pursue a career in pharmacy.

While we understand the need for financial sustainability and quality maintenance of such examinations, the substantial rise in fees appears disproportionate and burdensome, especially for students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. Education, particularly in fields like pharmacy, should be accessible to all deserving candidates regardless of their financial status, he added.

Noting that GPAT plays a pivotal role in determining admission to esteemed pharmacy institutions, Dr Devaraju said that it is imperative that the process remains inclusive and equitable. However, the exorbitant application fee threatens to deter talented individuals from applying, thereby limiting diversity and talent within the pharmacy profession.

Chiming in on a similar tone was Prof R Raveendra, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Cauvery College of Pharmacy, Mysuru and Charter President of Indian Pharmaceutical Association of Peenya branch, who said that interactions with many students who aspire to take up GPAT exam to get their PG admission with scholarship from Pharmacy Council of India/government authorities have said the fee is expensive

They also expressed that the GPAT exam will be held as a computer-based format and with no printed question paper or answer booklet. This has cut the expenses of stationery. In view of the same, we are insisting the authority of the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences to reduce fees by 50% and help the students and lessen burden on parents as well, Prof Raveendra said.

Dr Devaraju urged the authorities responsible for arriving at this fee structure to reconsider their decision and strive for a more balanced approach that ensures accessibility without compromising the quality and integrity of the examination. Measures such as fee waivers or tiered pricing based on income could be explored to alleviate the financial burden on students while still maintaining the necessary resources for conducting the GPAT effectively.

In conclusion, it is essential to strike a balance between financial sustainability and accessibility to uphold the principles of fairness and equal opportunity in education. We hope our concerns, along with those of countless other students, will be taken into serious consideration, leading to a revision of the GPAT application fee for the betterment of aspiring pharmacists and the profession as a whole, Dr Devaraju said.

Roznama Urdu Times Mubarak deta hai Padma Shiri Doctor Zahir Kazi sadar Anjuman Islam ko !

 Source: Urdu Times 24th Apr 2024

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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

World Book and Copyright Day

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GPAT 2024: Registration Link (Out), Check Exam Date, Eligibility, and More

 GPAT 2024: Registration Link (Out), Check Exam Date, Eligibility, and More

GPAT is a nationwide entrance exam administered by the nationwide Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) for admission to Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) programs.

GPAT 2024 Registration Link (Out)

GPAT 2024: Registration Link (Out), Check Exam Date, Eligibility, and More

GPAT 2024:  The Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) is a nationwide entrance exam administered by the nationwide Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) for admission to Master of Pharmacy (MPharm) programs. The GPAT scores are recognized by all AICTE institutions, the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), and related colleges and institutions.

Steps to apply for GPAT 2024:

Candidates who have not yet applied may take advantage of this extension. They can fill out the application form on the NBEMS’ official website by following the directions provided there. To avoid application errors, carefully read the instructions.

The application process includes the following steps:

    Register for the Online Application.

    Filling out personal, academic, and contact information on the GPAT application form.

    Uploading scanned copies of the required papers into the application form.

    Payment of the GPAT application form fees

    Printout of the confirmation page.

Documents Required for GPAT 2024:

Candidates will be needed to upload scanned images of their photographs and signatures, followed by payment of the application fee. The documents required for GPAT 2024 registration are:

    Class 10th Mark Sheet

    Class 12th Mark Sheet

    Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharma) Mark Sheet

    A scanned copy of the candidate’s passport-sized photograph.

    A scanned copy of the candidate’s signature

    Valid ID proof

Exam Date and Pattern for GPAT 2024:

The GPAT 2024 exam date has been set as June 8, 2024. The exam will last three hours and be administered by computer. The GPAT 2024 results will be announced online. Based on the outcomes, the participating institutes will conduct GPAT 2024 counselling on their separate websites.

Read more at: https://studycafe.in/gpat-2024-registration-link-out-check-exam-date-eligibility-and-more-305933.html

Anjuman I Islam K Sadar Dr Zaheer Kazi Padmashri se sarfaraz

 Source: Inquilab 23rd Apr 2024

Monday, April 22, 2024

GPAT 2024 Registration Date Announced by NBEMS; Check Details


GPAT 2024 Registration Date Announced by NBEMS; Check Details

NBEMS will begin GPAT 2024 registration from today i.e. April 19, (3 PM onwards). Interested students will be able to apply online at natboard.edu.in on or before May 8, 2024
The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) will begin the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) 2024 registration process today i.e. April 19, 2024. The GPAT 2024 registration window will be opened at 3 PM, as disclosed by the official notification.  Students willing to appear for the examination have to fill GPAT 2024 application form in online mode only. The GPAT 2024 registration link will be activated at natboard.edu.in, today and will remain active till May 8, 2024. 

GPAT 2024 Important Dates 

The following GPAT 2024 exam dates will help students to track the examination and accordingly, they can make their strategy to qualify the exam. 



GPAT 2024 application start date

19-5-2024 (3:00 PM)

GPAT last date

8-5-2024 (11:55 PM)

GPAT 2024 application correction start date


GPAT 2024 application correction last date


Final and selective edit window

28-5-2024 to 30-5-2024

GPAT admit card date

3-6-2024 (Tentative)

Exam date of GPAT 2024 


Declaration of result 



Documents Required for GPAT 2024 Registration 

Students have to keep the following documents ready as the GPAT 2024 application form will require the below details to be correctly submitted. 

  • Qualification details
  • Scanned passport-sized photograph
  • Scanned signature 
  • A valid email ID
  • An active mobile number
  • Debit card/ credit card/ net banking account details for GPAT 2024 application fee payment

Steps to Fill GPAT Application Form 2024

Those students who have gathered the above-mentioned documents and are eligible as per the eligibility criteria can proceed with GPAT registration by following the steps mentioned below. 

Step 1: Visit the official website - natboard.edu.in 

Step 2: Fill GPAT 2024 application form with necessary details 

Step 3: Upload personal and academic documents in GPAT application form 2024 carefully

Step 4: Make a payment of GPAT application form fee through a suitable payment mode

Step 5: Next, make the GPAT 2024 exam city selection as per the desired location

Step 6: Check all details carefully and take a printout of GPAT 2024 registration form for future reference. 

BEMS will conduct the GPAT 2024 exam for admission to MPharm or equivalent courses. As many as 800 participating institutes and AICTE-approved institutions will accept the scores of GPAT 2024 for admission to respective courses. 

Thursday, April 18, 2024

World Heritage Day

Join us at AIKTC-KRRC as we celebrate "World Heritage Day" with a captivating Book Display on India and World Heritage from April 18th to 26th, 2024.
Explore our library's rich collection and immerse yourself in the world of heritage and culture. Don't miss out on this enriching experience! ๐ŸŒ n.
Get ready to put your knowledge to the test! The Central Library thrilled to announce our upcoming eQuiz—an opportunity for all registered participants with no registration fees and showcase your skills. Whether you're a trivia enthusiast or just looking for some fun, this is your chance to join in the excitement.
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Civil Service imthihanat me 51 Muslim imidwar kamyab

 Source: Urdu Times 17th Apr 2024

Monday, April 15, 2024

Civil Engineering: AICTE’s model syllabus introduces mandatory internship, courses in AI-ML, robotics


Civil Engineering: AICTE’s model syllabus introduces mandatory internship, courses in AI-ML, robotics

The BTech Civil Engineering model curriculum has courses on accessibility, transportation, sustainability and provides for minor and honours degrees.

NEW DELHI: An All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) committee has designed a new model curriculum for civil engineering which includes courses on AI-ML and accessibility, provision for minor and honours degrees, and a compulsory internship. AICTE-approved engineering colleges can design their own curricula based on it. Committee chair and dean, academics, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai, KK Sangle spoke to Careers360 about the changes, enhancing employability and more.

Q. Civil engineering is one of the oldest branches of engineering but has it lost its charm? What is the new curriculum changing?

In the new curriculum, we have given a lot of flexibility to students. We know that the enrolment ratio for the civil engineering branch is reducing year-by-year. One of the aspects we noticed is that students are getting more job opportunities in circuit branches, so more circuit branches are approved by the AICTE. Having said that, there is a lot of scope in civil engineering as well. Our nation requires competent civil engineers. In line with this, we have decided that students who complete a four-year degree programme must be industry-ready; the industry has to spend minimal time in training them.

Major changes in the curriculum are in line with National Education Policy (NEP) 2020.

One important change we have brought in is a mandatory internship of six months during the seventh or eighth semester. This is the first time that the civil engineering curriculum has introduced internships which will boost the employability and develop skills through practical learning, exposure and hands-on-learning.

Keeping in mind all these aspects and the needs of all types of students, internships will help students learn civil engineering more effectively. It cannot be taught completely in the classroom.

Q. What topics have been added to or removed from the civil engineering syllabus?

There are a lot of modern techniques and tools that are used in civil engineering, including many design softwares and modern equipment used for execution of mega projects. These topics have been added to the curriculum, including how to use the softwares and equipment, in almost each course. We have also added the information and technical know-how used by people in the industry, both nationally and internationally.

Also, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and internet of things (IoT) are used extensively in civil engineering. So, we have added AI and ML in our new curriculum, particularly to see how it works.

 The titles of the new courses are “Robotics and Automation in Civil Engineering”: “Building Planning Computer-aided Civil Engineering”; and “Sustainable and Green Constructions and Intelligent Transportation Systems”.

These have been included as mandatory courses. Because governments and people are talking about smart cities, smart structures, and intelligent transport systems, a few courses have been added on these. A civil engineer must have a knowledge of interdisciplinary skills.

Further, we have also kept an optional interdisciplinary minor degree. Usually, there are students who are academically strong and who can do a minimum of 164 credits and further, if they want to learn more, can earn minor degrees in emerging areas like application of computers, artificial intelligence, robotics, 3D printing. Students can take up a minor degree which is relevant to civil engineering but not a core subject. The minor degree will help students enhance their degree and job opportunities will increase along with good salaries.

Click here:https://news.careers360.com/civil-engineering-syllabus-aicte-btech-model-curriculum-internship-ai-ml-robotics-jobs-structural-tranportation-vjti-mumbai

AICTE inks MoU with C-CAMP to strengthen collaboration between engineering and medical domain

 AICTE inks MoU with C-CAMP to strengthen collaboration between engineering and medical domain

The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bengaluru-based Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) and launched AICTE-Inter-Institutional Biomedical Innovations Programme (IBIP) to catalyse interdisciplinary education, research and innovations between medical and engineering institutions.

The MoU was exchanged between Prof. Rajive Kumar, Member Secretary, AICTE; Dr Taslimarif Saiyed, CEO and Director of C-CAMP and Dr Ravi Nayar, Programme Lead of C-CAMP IBIP at AICTE HQ in New Delhi.

AICTE Chairman Prof. TG Sitharam launched the AICTE-Inter-Institutional Biomedical Innovations Programme (IBIP), to promote education, research and innovations through facilitated, forged and focused interaction between medical and engineering institutions.

The AICTE-IBIP programme is the collective endeavour of AICTE and C-CAMP to promote accessible, affordable and quality healthcare to all, making health and lives better. The objective of the programme is to facilitate engineering and medical graduates, post graduates and faculty members to jointly work on the challenges from the medical domain.

Besides imparting multidisciplinary education and research, the initiative will also prompt and prepare them for entrepreneurship particularly in the healthcare sector. The programme will also offer a structured Bio Entrepreneurship Didactic course online, which has health sector skills council accreditation for the participants.

Under IBIP, AICTE will provide a grant-in-aid of Rs 10 lakh against a matching contribution from Institution to develop and implement at least 10 ideas/innovations to address the challenges posed by the healthcare domain.

Click here:https://www.biospectrumindia.com/news/68/24492/aicte-inks-mou-with-c-camp-to-strengthen-collaboration-between-engineering-and-medical-domain.html

Pharmacy Council of India to conduct GPAT exams on June 8


Pharmacy Council of India to conduct GPAT exams on June 8

The Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) will be conducting the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) for entry into M Pharm programmes in the country, in line with the Supreme Court's order which mandated that the pharmacy education should be governed by the Pharmacy Act, 1948.

The first GPAT examination under its aegis will be held on June 8, 2024 (tentative date), for the year 2024-25 through National Board of Examination in Medical Sciences (NBEMS), said the Council.

The Council will also disburse the stipend to the students who have passed GPAT examination in the year 2023-24 and onwards. The disbursement procedure will be initiated in due course of time, it added.

The Council directed the candidates to refer to the NBEMS website for information bulletin, application form and other details of the examination.

Till 2018, GPAT, the national level entrance examination for entry into M.Pharm programmes were conducted by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) every year as per the directions of the Union Ministry of Education (MoE).

The examinations were conducted through the National Testing Agency (NTA) from the year 2019 as per the directions of the Ministry.

The Supreme Court, through an order on March 5, 2020, directed that the AICTE Act, governing general technical education, would be amended to remove pharmacy from its mandate, and the pharmacy education would thereafter be governed by the Pharmacy Act, 1948.

"As per Hon'ble Supreme Court's Judgement PCI is the supreme body for Pharmacy Institutions across the Country," said the PCI. "From year 2024, the Pharmacy Council of India has taken the initiative to conduct the GPAT examination and disbursement of scholarships to the GPAT qualified candidates," it added in a circular issued to all pharmacy institutions, all GPAT qualified students for the year 2023-24 and all students preparing for the Aptitude Test.

The test facilitates institutions to select suitable Pharmacy graduates for admission into the Master's (M.Pharm) program. The GPAT is a three hour computer based online test which is conducted in a single session. The GPAT score is accepted by all AICTE and PCI-Approved Institutions/University Departments/Constituent Colleges/Affiliated Colleges.

Saturday, April 06, 2024

AICTE organises innovation, design, entrepreneurship bootcamp on April 4, 5


AICTE organises innovation, design, entrepreneurship bootcamp on April 4, 5

NEW DELHI: The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) chairman TG Sitharam on Thursday virtually inaugurated the innovation, design and entrepreneurship (IDE) bootcamp for teachers and principals. IDE bootcamp will be held at 18 nodal centres in 14 states across the country. The camp is being held to nurture innovative skills and explore the business models of schools.

The camp is being organised by the innovation cell of the education ministry. IDE bootcamp is an extended version of the school innovation contest, organised as part of the School Innovation Council of Innovation Cell of the AICTE. A total of 4,145 participants, including 854 from PM SHRI schools and 3,291 from other schools, will be part of the event.

The first phase will be held on April 4 and 5 at four nodal centres of PM SHRI schools in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh and five centres of remaining schools in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Jammu and Kashmir. The second phase will be held on April 9 and 10. It will target non-PM SHRI schools from nine nodal centres at Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Chandigarh, Kerala, Assam, Rajasthan, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh.

Click here:https://news.careers360.com/aicte-organises-innovation-design-entrepreneurship-bootcamp-on-april-4-5

Vacancy at Daar-ul- Rehmat trust A.E.Kasekar Degree College

Source:Inquilab 05th Mar 2024


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