24 February 2021 Rojgar Result Updates

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The application process started for BITSAT 2021

Today, on 24 February, Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani opened the BITSAT application window. Candidates may apply for the BITS Aptitude Test (BITSAT) 2021 online via the official bitadmission.com website. The application window will be open to applicants for online registration for integrated first-degree courses at BITSAT until 29 May 2021. For admission to all undergraduate programs at the university, the Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT) is conducted.

How to apply

  • – First, go to the official website bitsadmission.com.
  • – After this, register for BITSAT 2021 and generate your login credentials.
  • – Now upload your required documents.
  • – Pay the application fees now.
  • – Finally, submit all the information.

Pattern of exam

There will be a total of 3 hours for this exam. There will be 4 sections of the document – Physics, Chemistry, English and Logical Reasoning Proficiency, and Mathematics or Biology (for BPharma candidates).

Fee for Registration

For male candidates, the application fee is Rs 3,400 and for female candidates, Rs 2,900. The application fee for students applying from Dubai, however, is Rs 7,000. (Indian Rupees).


The application process for the NEET PG exam starting today: NEET-PG 2021

The online application process for the Postgraduate National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET PG 2021) will be started today by the National Board of Examination (NBE) on its official website. The NEET PG registration link will be triggered today at 3 pm and the last date for submission of the NEET PG 2021 online application will be 15 March 2021. Applicants wishing to be admitted to the MD/MS/Postgraduate Diploma Program may apply online on the official NBE website, nbe.edu.in.

24 February 2021 Rojgar Result Updates: NEET-PG 2021 qualification

In order to be qualified for NEET PG 2021, candidates should have an MBBS degree (provisional or permanent) certificate issued by an institution approved by the Medical Council of India. In addition, candidates should also have a certificate of registration provided by the MCI or the State Medical Council. Candidates for NEET PG 2021 should have completed a one-year internship on or before 30 June.

Admission is granted through NEET PG Entrance Examination to 6,102 Government, Private, Deemed Universities and Central Universities for 10,821 Master of Surgery (MS), 19,953 Doctor of Medicine (MD), and 1,979 PG Diploma seats.

When’s the exam going to be held?

The NEET PG 2021 exam will be administered as a computer-based examination on April 18. (CBT). It is expected that the outcome of the examination will be announced by 31 May.


JEE Main 2021 exam starts today, NTA prepares special

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main) began today for admission to the country’s top engineering colleges. Applicants seeking admission to the BArch, B Planning program will be included in the JEE Key Review today, while applicants seeking admission to the BE/BTech program will be included in the examination from 24 to 26 February. The three-hour exam will be administered in 331 cities online. The exam will take place in two shifts.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will sanitize the seating area between shifts, provide candidates with three-ply face masks and sanitizers, with the aid of thermal guns, monitor body temperature, and sit in separate rooms for students with fever. JEE Main is organized at the National Institute of Technology (NIT) for admission to undergraduate programs in Engineering and Architecture.

During the examination, students should keep these points in mind.

Read all the questions: Reading each question carefully is critical. Comprehension of any question he needs to ask. If the candidates read the questions well, the candidates would be able to avoid making errors.

Read the options carefully: All four options need to be read carefully. When reading them, do not be hasty.

Managing Time: Assign time wisely to each section, allowing you to give each section ample time. For any segment, make sure you don’t waste too much time. Spending 40 minutes on chemistry, 60 minutes on arithmetic, and 80 minutes on physics are advisable.

Believe in yourself: You can do something if you believe in yourself. For all in your life, inspiration is a significant factor. For any test, it is important to believe in yourself.

Section selection: Consider choosing the Chemistry section and solving the questions first, so if you finish this section quickly, you will give the rest of the section enough time.


West Bengal Combined Entrance Exam to be held on 11 July: WBJEE 2021

The process of applying for the West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam 2021 (WBJEE 2021) starts today. Qualified test candidates will apply for the WBJEE 2021 online on the official website – wbjeeb.nic.in – from 23 February. 23 March is the last day to apply.

When’s the exam going to be held?

On 11 July 2021, the WBJEE will be organized. The entrance exam will be administered by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board (WBJEEB). WBJEEB would also give candidates the ability to edit WBJEE 2021’s application form.

24 February 2021 Rojgar Result Updates: How to apply: WBJEE 2021

  1. – First, go to the official website wbjeeb.nic.in.
  2. – Now register for WBJEE 2021 and generate login credentials.
  3. – Now login with the help of credentials and fill in the application form.
  4. – Now upload the required documents.
  5. – Now fill your application fees.
  6. – Submit all the information.

The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, or WBJEE, is a state-level entrance examination that is performed at West Bengal government and self-financed institutions and universities for admission to undergraduate engineering and technology, pharmacy, and architecture programs. Candidates who pass the 2020 WBJEE will be required to engage in the continuum of therapy.

This analysis will be carried out in the offline mode. In the test, there will be two papers. Paper 1 will consist of a paper on mathematics, and paper 2 will be a paper on physics and chemistry. Paper 1 is scheduled to take place from 11 am to 1 am and Paper 2 is scheduled to take place on 11 July from 2 am to 4 pm.

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