NEET 2018 Admit Card released, check dress code for exam day on May 6
The NEET 2018 Admit Card for NEET UG 2018 exam has been released. The same is available on the official website.
The exam will be conducted on May 6, 2018. It would be conducted in offline mode. NEET UG is a national level examination conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS courses offered by medical and dental college in the country. NEET UG 2018 scores will be accepted by all central universities, state-funded universities, deemed to be universities, and private universities.
The NEET Admit Card will bear the candidate’s Roll Number, Name, Father’s Name, Category, Sub-Category, Photograph, Signature, Date of Birth, Language of Question Paper with Name and Address of examination centre allotted.
per the official guidelines, students appearing for NEET exam should be dressed in light clothes with half sleeves worn with salwar/trouser. The NEET UG 2018 dress code prohibits students from wearing anything with big buttons, brooch/badge, flower etc.
Students should be wearing only slippers or sandals with low heels and not shoes. Girls should not wear any close-toed footwear.
Candidates who would be coming to the examination centre in a customary dress for appearing in the examination would need to report at least an hour before the last reporting time i.e. 9:30 am so that they could be frisked properly. CBSE has emphasized that the dress code has been implemented in order to ensure fair conduct in the examination and hence students should stick to it. The admit cards can be downloaded at cbseneet.nic.in
How to download NEET 2018 Admit Card:
- Go to www.cbseneet.nic.in
- Click on the NEET Admit Card link. You will find the link in the menu toward the bottom of the homepage.
- Enter your registration number, date of birth and security pin
- Download admit card
- Take a printout
Things To NOT Write On Your Resume
If you are an experienced working professional or a fresher looking for a job, you would surely know the importance of a good curriculum vitae or a resume. A good CV or resume must convey every relevant detail about the candidate to the interviewer. For instance, the educational qualifications, on-the-job or internship experiences, achievements or awards, contact details, personal information and so on.
But, are you aware that there are certain details that should not be included in the resume. Many of us have the habit of adding irrelevant information on our resume that may be of little or no use to the interviewer. Through this article, let us understand some of the pointers that should NOT be included in the resume.
1. Labelling The Resume
No need to write ‘Resume’ on top of the resume, since it is obviously a resume! Instead, it could be replaced by your full name. It may be more impressive to add your basic contact information such as direct contact number and email ID below your name, only on the first page.
2. Multiple Contact Numbers Or Email IDs
It is best to mention only one or maximum two contact numbers or email IDs that you may be directly reachable at. At times candidates write additional contact numbers of their parents, siblings or any other relatives on their resumes. That should be avoided totally!
3. Proper Email ID
The email ID should look professional. As freshers, a lot of us might have created fancy email IDs such as email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or any such email ID conveying immaturity. These kinds of email IDs should not be put on the resume at any cost! A professional resume should include a professional email ID.
4. Unimportant Personal Data
Please refrain from mentioning any personal data apart from your contact details, e.g. your height, weight, religion or the names, age and profession of parents, spouse, children, etc.
There is absolutely no significance of writing references on the resume. At times people mention ‘References – Available upon request’. Even this is not required. If the employer needs you to provide references, they would definitely ask for it as and when required. A mention of references would only take up unnecessary space on the resume, and would in no way be helpful in getting your resume shortlisted.
6. Unconnected Work Experience
If you have a total experience of more than 10-15 years, and in the beginning of your career you did some ad hoc jobs that may be irrelevant to the current job opportunity, those ad hoc jobs could be skipped from your resume.
However, if your total experience is less, and you have experience of certain unrelated jobs, you could figure out a way to explain to the interviewer how those jobs helped you develop your skills. Also, while leaving out any jobs from your total experience, you need to be careful that it doesn’t show gaps in your resume.
It is good to possess hobbies, but it is not advisable to mention each and every hobby on the resume. Only those hobbies or extracurricular activities should be added that give a deeper understanding into your overall personality, interests, skills, etc. and are relevant to the job position.
8. Salary Details
The company HR would discuss the salary anyway. There is no need to specifically add the current or expected salary. The resume needs to be shortlisted first for the interview process to be initiated. Conveying salary-related information before that is a bad idea.
9. Inconsistent Formatting
The overall appearance of the resume should be appealing to the hiring authority, even before they read it. The formatting, including the font type, font size, borders, colour, logos, etc., should not have any inconsistencies.
These are some of the aspects to be careful about while writing your resume for the benefit of the prospective employer. It will give them a good professional and formal impression of you if they find job-specific details on your resume with no irrelevant information.
UGC Releases Fresh List Of 24 Fake Universities
A month after granting autonomy to sixty educational institutions by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, University Grants Commission on Wednesday released a list of 24 fake universities.
As per a Government of India release, following universities (state-wise) have been announced as fake.
State-wise List of fake Universities:
- Maithili University / Vishwavidyalaya, Darbhanga.
- Commercial University Ltd.
- United Nations University.
- Vocational University.
- ADR-Centric Juridical University.
- Viswakarma Open University for Self-Employment
- Adhyatmik Vishwavidyalaya (Spiritual University)
- Badaganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society.
- St. John’s University.
- Raja Arabic University.
- Indian Institute of Alternative Medicine.
- Institute of Alternative Medicine and Research.
- Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya.
- Mahila Gram Vidyapith/Vishwavidyalaya (Women’s University).
- Gandhi Hindi Vidyapith.
- National University of Electro Complex Homeopathy.
- Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University (Open University).
- Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyalaya.
- Maharana Pratap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidyalaya.
- Indraprastha Shiksha Parishad.
- Nababharat Shiksha Parishad, Rourkela.
- North Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology.
- Sree Bodhi Academy of Higher Education.
This is not the first ever list. In order to make citizens aware and protect the students from being duped, UGC publishes lists of fake universities and educational institutions from time to time.
Favouritism from parents towards one child affects the behaviour of the other
Most of us might feel our parents love our elder or younger siblings more than us at some point of in our life. It’s is a normal feeling of insecurity and jealousy that we get when parents show their favouritism towards the other sibling. Favouritism in a parent-child relationship is a very common phenomenon. A child can have a favourite parent just the way a parent can favour a child, most of the times without even realizing. The favouritism may be shown in terms of spending more time with one kid or showering more love and fondness for one child.
Parental favouritism negatively affects the mental health of the children and often triggers behavioural problems in them. They may end up hating their parents, exhibit attention-seeking behaviour, conduct oppositional tendencies, may have low self-esteem, feelings of worthlessness and may also start hating the preferred siblings which may shape their personalities in the adulthood accordingly. Such children may also express extreme reassurance-seeking behaviour and often tend to be vulnerable.
There are many factors that can be associated with favouring a child. Gender biasness is one of the aspects when it comes to favouritism in children. Preferring a boy child over a girl creates a poor impact on the latter’s mind and she may end up assuming she is unwanted by her parents. It tends to create a negative impact on the kid’s mind as she is likely to think she is less desirable than her male sibling. The other side to this gender-based favouritism can create an impression on the boy child, that he is superior to his sister and the female segment of the society.
Also, if a new baby comes to the family, the elder children feel jealous and insecure as the entire attention is shifted towards the new-born and he/she is expected to welcome the baby wholeheartedly. When welcoming a new baby, parents must start preparing the first child in advance and once the baby comes, they must work with the older child as a team towards the new baby. Parents must also allocate the responsibilities for both the children so that none of the children feels deprived of either of the parents.
There are a few extra factors that show favouritism, one of which is the birth order: parents support first and last conceived youngsters over middle children. This happens to some extent since middle kids will never be the single kid living at home – sooner or later first-borns and last-born will have their folks all to themselves. Generally, first-borns get the most benefits and last-born get the most parental support and affection.
Partiality is additionally more probable when parents are under a lot of pressure (for example, in cases of marital issues or money related stress). In these cases, parents might not be able to show their actual sentiments or look at how reasonable they’re behaving. Disfavoured kids encounter more regrettable results no matter how you look at it: greater aggressiveness, more depression, poorer academic performance, and lower self-esteem. These consequences are far more extreme than any benefits the favoured children get out of it.
It’s essential to remember that parental favouritism is just risky when there are steady and confident differences in treatment. Children prosperity is most elevated when parents show no preference towards anybody, significantly higher than the well-being of kids who are supported by their parents.
Both the parents must work in unison as a team. They must share all the roles and responsibilities on a rotational basis so that each child has a fair share of similar experiences with both the parents. Both the parents must also ensure to practice assertiveness and disciplinary behaviours with the child equally. Reinforcing or appreciating each child’s initiatives and practices in front of each other would improve the dynamics and strengthen the family as a unit.
PhD admission opens in National Institute of Technology (NIT), Tiruchirappalli for July 2018 session
Tiruchirappalli: National Institute of Technology (NIT), Tiruchirappalli has invited applications from eleigible candidates for admission to PhD programmes for the July 2018 session. There are three types of PhD programmes available for admission in full time PhD: PhD (Full Time-Stipendiary Category); PhD (Full time) – Project category; and PhD (Full time) – Non-Stipendiary Category.
There are 17 departments where PhD programmes are available for the current session for stipendiary category regular PhD.
Key Dates & Application Fees : The closing date for submission of online application is 05 th May 2018. The PhD written test will be held on 28 th May 2018 & Interview (for Shortlisted Candidates only) will be on 29 th May 2018. The application fee is Rs. 500/- for OC/OBC-NCL and Rs. 200/- for SC/ST/PwD candidates.
List of Departments where PhD admission available:
2 Chemical Engineering
4 Civil Engineering
5 Computer Applications
6 Computer Science & Engineering
7 Electrical & Electronics Engineering
8 Electronics & Communication Engineering
9 Energy & Environment Engineering
10 Humanities & Social Sciences
11 Instrumentation & Control Engineering
12 Management Studies
14 Mechanical Engineering
15 Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
17 Production Engineering
Fellowship Benefits: Half Time Research Assistantship (HTRA) is available to full time scholars who are admitted to Ph.D. programmes in different departments subject to the availability as stipulated byMinistry of Human Resources Development. The award and renewal of the assistantship /scholarship is as per the guidelines issued by MHRD, from time to time. The recipients of HTRA are required to assist the department in academic works to a minimum of 8 hours per week. The assistantship / scholarship will not be available for sponsored candidates or to scholars getting financial support from any private agency or other agencies under state or central governments.
How to Apply: Candidates applying for Ph.D. programme must apply online through the web site www.nitt.edu or admission.nitt.edu. The information brochure is available in the website. For further details about eligibility conditions and other details, the candidates should refer the PhD admission page of NIT Trichy
NTPC Limited has come up with the new job opening for fresher candidates to recruit them as Diploma Trainees on 312 vacant seats. Candidates who have done Diploma in Engineering are eligible to apply for this vacancy. Selected candidates will work in various departments according to their diploma streams. This is a nice job option for fresher candidates who are keen to work with government organization. More information related to this vacancy like age limit, pay scale, qualification etc. are mentioned below:
Who is Eligible to apply for this post?
Engineering diploma holders are eligible to apply for this post.
How much can you earn from this post?
Candidates will be paid as per norms of organization.
Deadline to apply for this post?
Interested candidates must apply for this post till 9th May 2018.
Name of the post:- Diploma Trainee
Last date:- 9th May 2018
Total Posts:- 312 Posts
Location:- Anywhere in India
Education Qualification:- Candidates must have done Diploma in Engineering from a recognized institute.
Age Limit:- 25-35 Years
Salary:- As per Norms
Selection process:- Written test followed by personal interview
Application Fees:- Candidates have to pay Rs. 300/- through online mode. ST/SC candidates are exempted from fees.
How to apply:- Willing and desirable job applicants must apply online through the official website of NTPC on or before 9th May 2018.
The State Bank of India (SBI) has invited applications to fill 2,000 probationary officers vacancies across its various branches. Interested candidates can read the notification on the official website of the bank to check their eligibility.
The online registration of application begins from Saturday, April 21, and the last date for applying is May 13, 2018. Interested and eligible candidates can only apply online.
The examination will be held in three phases – preliminary examination, main examination and group exercise and interview. The candidates who are shortlisted after preliminary examination will have to appear for main examination. The candidates shortlisted after the main examination will be called for group exercises and interview.
Candidates are advised to regularly follow the SBI website (bank.sbi/careers or sbi.co.in/careers) for details and updates. Candidates are advised to take a printout of their online application form after submitting the application.