Answer key of Chhattisgarh state service preliminary examination released
On 14 February, the Chhattisgarh State Service Preliminary 2020 exam was conducted. The State Public Service Commission of Chhattisgarh (CGPSC) has now published a response to the examination on its official website. Candidates who have appeared for the review may have the response downloaded and objections posed. Candidates can only lift their objections before 22 February.
In the main test, candidates who pass the preliminary examination will be able to appear. The core review will take place on 18 June, 19 June, 20 June, and 21 June. In the key examination, there will be seven papers with a total of 1400 marks and an interview with 150 marks.
State Service Main Exam 2019
The Chhattisgarh State Public Service Commission (CGPSC) has announced that the 2019 State Service Main Examination will take place in the districts of Ambikapur, Bilaspur, Durg-Bhilai, Jagdalpur, and Raipur from March 15 to March 18. The exam will be carried out in two shifts every day, from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Tamil Nadu: 12th board exam to begin from May 3, the schedule released
Class 12 Tamil Nadu State Board examinations will begin on May 3 and will run until May 21. On Wednesday, the Directorate of Government Examinations released the timetable for Class 12 board examinations. The test will take place from 10 a.m. to 1.15 p.m. and students will be given 15 minutes to read the question papers to begin the examination. The 12th board review will begin with a language paper on May 3 and will end with chemistry, accountancy, and geography papers on May 21.
Tamil Nadu schools, which were closed in March 2020 due to the coronavirus outbreak, reopened on 12 January. The board examinations in Tamil Nadu normally start in March, but due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the examinations are being postponed this year. As classes were being conducted online due to the flu, the government also reduced the syllabus for class 10th and class 12th.
NIFT 2021: The answer for the entrance examination of NIFT has been released.
The Answer Key to the entrance exam for the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has been released. The official website – nift.ac.in – provides access to the NIFT entrance test. Students who have participated in the General Skill Test (GAT) NIFT 2021 will be able to verify their answers and calculate their potential scores.
The NIFT 2021 Answer Key includes correct answers to questions from multiple choices requested in the analysis conducted on 14 February. Until 20 February, candidates can raise objections to Answer 2021 (10 am).
Applicants have to enter their roll numbers, select the program and enter the NIFT 2021 entrance exam question book number and date of birth from the drop-down menu to access Answer 2021.
UPPSC PCS Result 2019 results declared, know – how many passes
The final PCS 2019 results have been announced by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC). The result was reported by UPPSC on its official website, uppsc.up.nic.in, where it can be used by candidates. The examination was passed by a total of 434 applicants. Following the interview, this is the final outcome. At the moment, the Commission has not provided a list of cutoff numbers for the final result, which it will soon post to the website.
Total 808 candidates gave the interview
Significantly, on 24 December 2020, the result of the written test was announced in which the candidates who had passed were questioned. The Commission declared 811 successful applicants for the interview, but not all of them had earned the interview. In the interview process, only 808 applicants participated. There were three candidates missing. From 28 January to 4 February, interviews were held.
The UPPSC released a notification of the recruitment of 453 vacant positions for 25 different posts. The final results of this recruitment have been achieved, with a total of 434 candidates deemed to be qualified. In this case, due to the lack of eligible applicants, 19 posts are still vacant.
Know-How was the science paper of class 10th: Bihar board 2021
During the Coronavirus in the Matric Board Examination, lakhs of Bihar students appeared. This examination began on Wednesday, with 1525 examination centers conducting the examination. Over 16 lakh students wrote a science paper on the first day of the board examination. The BSEB announced that about 8.46 lakh students registered to take the examination in the first shift, while 8.37 lakh students participated in the second shift.
Students who did not wear masks, let me tell you, declined to join Ravindra Girls High School and Commerce College. Students said that the science paper was really tough. “Anjali Kumari, who took the exam at Bankipur Girls High School, said, “The questions were not easy. I was most upset by the biology and chemistry classes. I was unable to understand several questions. Overall, I didn’t know that the exam would be so difficult. In addition to this, due to lockdown and school closure, there was a lot of loss of studies.
Ankit Singh, who took the exam at Shastri Nagar Boys’ High School, said, “The questions were moderate. I left the difficult questions and opted for alternative questions for better answers. The questions in Physics were a bit long and time-consuming. I took the help of online tutorials to prepare for the board exam during the lockdown. Shivani Kumari, who gave the exam at Soha High School, said, “The questions were I was confused since so many questions were optional. Given the lack of time, I skipped 10 questions.
The examinations were conducted peacefully in both shifts on Wednesday, according to the BSEB notification. To avoid cases of fraud, the board has made strict security arrangements at all examination centers.