UP NEET admission round 2 counselling results 2017 declared at upneet.gov.in

The Directorate General of Medical Education and Training (DGME) of Uttar Pradesh has released the results for the second round of counselling at upneet.gov.in. Candidates who have applied for admission to various medical courses in the state can check their result from the official website.

Round 2 of the counselling process for students seeking admission to (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) MBBS and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) in Uttar Pradesh began with its registration from August 6 to 10, 2017. Students had to fill in their choices on Friday, August 18.

This admission process is only for students who have cleared the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 which was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on May 7, 2017.

Over 32,000 students have grabbed a position in the UP NEET merit list 2017. The DGME had declared the first counselling results on July 18, 2017. Round 1 of counselling began on July 9 and admissions through the same carried on till July 22, 2017.

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Step 1: Go to the official website for UP NEET (upneet.gov.in)

Step 2: Click on the notification for round 2 counselling results 2017.

Step 3: Enter your details where required.

Step 4: Search for your results and save a copy of the results for further reference.

CBSE school fees should follow state govt’s norms: Chairman

Fees charged by the schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education should be as per the norms fixed by the state government, CBSE chairman R K Chaturvedi said today. “Our affiliation by-laws say the fee should be commensurate with infrastructure and facilities offered by the school. The quantum of fee should be on par with the (respective) state government’s norms,” Chaturvedi said, speaking to reporters at the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India here.

Chaturvedi’s statement comes even as CBSE schools have moved the Gujarat High Court against the state government’s decision to regulate fees of all private schools, including the CBSE-affiliated ones, through the Gujarat Self-Financed Schools (Regulation of Fees) Act, 2017.

“(Information about) Fee should be put in the public domain….logical explanation should be given as to on what basis the fee is charged,” he said.

The CBSE is thinking of giving “accreditation” to its affiliated schools, he said.

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“Results, quality of education, parents’ and teachers’ satisfaction, retention of teachers, index of happiness, infrastructure, fee, sports, all these parameters will form the basis to evaluate schools. We will begin the process from this academic year and implement it by next year,” he said.

Chaturvedi was here to meet representatives of CBSE schools from Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra and discuss with them the Board’s decision to do away with school-based examination in Class X, and addition of applied entrepreneurship as a vocational subject for Classes XI-XII.

“We want to associate ourselves with EDII in this regard (additional course)…The concept has been accepted, and details are being worked out,” he said.

Government puts common engineering entrance test move on hold

The Human Resource Development Ministry has decided to junk the plan of introducing a common engineering entrance exam like NEET from next year. In March, the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), had announced that from 2018, the government will introduce a national-level common entrance examination for government colleges. This regulation was opposed by the representatives of West Bengal and Tamil Nadu government.

However, the Ministry had decided to put the idea on hold for reviewing the success of the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) for admission into medical colleges, before moving ahead. “It has been decided that there will be no common engineering exam next year. However, the idea has not been completely discarded. The AICTE will submit a report about feasibility of conducting the exam in future,” a senior official said.

JEE, NEET, jee 2018,At present the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts Joint Entrance Examination (Mains) for admission to in IITs, NITs and other engineering colleges. Over 11 lakh students appear for it every year.
Besides, many state boards have their own entrance examinations for admissions in government and private colleges. Some states also grant admission based on marks of the Class 12 board exams.

There are over 3,300 approved engineering colleges in the country affiliated to universities, with an annual intake of around 16 lakh students.

NEET 2017: Supreme Court stays order to grant 5 marks, update merit list for wrong question

The Supreme Court has stayed an order by the Allahabad high court which directing the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to grant 5 marks to candidates of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 and revise the undergraduate merit list due to a wrong question.

The High Court had passed an order on August 10 directing the CBSE to grant the marks after a petitioner appealed to the court requesting that the authorities award five marks. NEET candidate Saumitra Ginodia found that she had been granted four marks in a question instead of five as her answer was considered wrong before it was found that there was a mistake in the question.

NEET, NEET 2017, cbseneet.nic.in, CBSE, NEET UG merit list, NEET 2017 admission, NEET 2017 question paper, education news, NEET 2017, indian expressThe court directed the Board to grant the marks to all similar candidates and revise the NEET merit list for admission to undergraduate medical courses across the country.

The CBSE filed a special leave application before the Supreme Court which then stayed the high court order passed for the civil writ petition. It also asked the high court not to entertain any writ petition in this regard.

CBSE 10th Result 2017: Date Not Confirmed, Important Points

NEW DELHI:  After Class 12th result declaration by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), students who have appeared for the 10th class exam are waiting for their result. As of now, the Board has not confirmed any date for class 10 result declaration. After moderation policy row and Delhi High Court’s verdict, the Board declared the 12th result within a day or two. As per the trend, the Board usually declares class 10th result few days after the 12th class result.
CBSE 10th Result 2017: Date Not Confirmed, Important Points
Though, 2 June, is reported as the ‘expected’ date for the result declaration by certain sections of the media, no official update has been released by the Board yet. Queries have also been coming to NDTV for confirming the ‘assumed’ result date. Students and parents are suggested to have patience and wait for the Board’s announcement.

It is expected that following the class 12th result trend, CBSE may announce the date a day or two prior to result declaration.

Monitor the official website
The Board will make the announcement on the official website cbse.nic.in. The result will be announced at the result hosting web link cbseresults.nic.in. Update will be also be given at results.gov.in and results.nic.in.

Keep login details in hand
Login credentials to access the result portal includes date of birth, roll number, school number and centre code (details can be found in the admit card issued by the Board).

‘CBSE students, who are short of a mark or two to pass and are awarded grace marks, have a reason to rejoice as the board has decided not to mention it on the marksheets. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had last month decided to mention grace marks on the marksheets besides scrapping the moderation policy,’ says a PTI report.

After ‘no moderation policy’ received huge criticism from students and parents, followed by a PIL, the Board was directed by Delhi High Court not to remove it this year.

Class 12 result which was announced on 28 May, saw a dip in the pass percentage. In addition to this, the result was not well received by many students. Thousands of students in Bhubaneswar zone were taken aback when their results were shown as withheld on the result declaration day. ‘The students and their parents gathered outside the board’s regional office in Saheed Nagar area holding placards and raising slogans, a day after CBSE declared class 12 results. While some students alleged that their results were withheld without any reason being cited, many others claimed that valuation of answer sheets have been faulty.’