Daily Archive: March 25, 2017

#CBSE Class 12 Board 2017 Chemistry paper lives up to expectations, teachers say paper very easy

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the CBSE Class 12 Chemistry paper 2017 today i.e. March 25. The paper started at 10.30 AM sharp and ended at 1:30 PM. As expected by the teachers and students, the Chemistry paper was fairly easy. Teachers are happy to see the easy paper. The questions were covered from the syllabus and very easy to attempt. Many questions were direct from the NCERT textbook as per the reviews of some students. Chemistry is quite scoring subject and students are hopeful that they will get good marks. Students who were clear with their concepts and formula application skills could solve the paper easily. Some questions were calculative and directly based on the syllabus. Overall, the Chemistry paper was easy and could easy be attempted.

#GATE2017Results to be declared on Monday, check steps to download results online

GATE 2017 Results to be declared on Monday, check steps to download results online at gate.iitr.ernet.in

The aspirant who is looking for GATE Results 2017 should check their results online at the official website of IIT Roorkee on March 27, 2017. The activated link for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Result 2017. Indian Institute of Technologies, Rookie has taken the authority to organise the GATE Exam 2017. The examination which was conducted in February 2017, will enable the candidates to take the admission in Engineering colleges. The answer keys were also published online.
The candidates who had appeared in GATE 2017 will be able to check the online result for Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering Result 2017 from March 27, 2017. The result will be published on the website on Monday i.e March 27, 2017. The score obtained by the candidates in GATE Exam will enable the candidates to take apply in Public Sector Companies. We have prepared some quick steps for the candidates to check their results online. (ALSO READ: GATE Result 2017 will be declared on March 27: How to calculate GATE Score)

Steps to Check Result Online
Candidates need to open the official website of IITROORKIE
Then, they should press their result tab
After that, click on GATE RESULT 2017 TAB
It is advised to carefully enter their roll no and registration number
Press submit button

Download and take a print out of the result.
In any cases, if candidates want their score card after May 26, 2017, then he/she is required to pay Rs 500 on the same portal to access their card. Lets us discuss the method of calculating GATE 2017. As per information provided in GATE 2017 brochure, we are providing the complete method of calculation of GATE score. It will be helpful for the candidates in knowing the method that includes how their scores have been calculated.

#MCDElections2017: @ArvindKejriwal promises no house tax if AAP voted to power; shameful says BJP

New Delhi, Mar 25: There will be no residential house tax if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is voted to power in the MCD Elections 2017, announced the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal today, drawing criticism from Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party chief Manoj Tiwari. Terming the announcement as shameful, Manoj Tiwari said that in last two years, the Kejriwal government has several times asked the civic bodies to levy house tax severely from those living in unauthorised colony..

Tiwari said, “It is shameful that he is saying that once his party wins civic elections it will exempt residential properties from house tax. In the last two years, the Kejriwal government has several times written to the three civic bodies to levy and realise house tax sternly, especially from those living in unauthorised colonies.

In a bid to make sure the party’s victory in the upcoming civic polls in Delhi, Kejriwal also said the money that has been saved from corruption will be used to cover the deficit after doing away with the house tax.

MCD Elections 2017: AAP government in Delhi is highly corrupt, says #AmitShah

New Delhi, March 25: The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) National President Amit Shah on Saturday addressed the Delhi BJP’s mega convention of booth-level workers at Ramlila Ground on Saturday ahead of the MCD Elections 2017. While speaking at the event, he attacked the Delhi government and accused it of not full-filling the promises made by it during the Assembly elections in the state. He also lauded the booth workers for their efforts and thanked them for helping the BJP form government in four out of five states that went to Assembly Elections 2017 recently.

He also said that after huge victory during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP has won in all the other states except in Delhi and Bihar. “We all should pledge to perform well in the MCD Elections 2017 and bring the BJP to power,” he said.

Hailing the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shah said that in just three years, after the BJP government came to power at the Centre in 2014, a huge positive change has been witnessed in India. “The government run by PM Modi since last three years has not faced even a single corruption charge by the Opposition,” Shah said.

#MCDElections2017: Officials plaster Arvind Kejriwal’s photos on Delhi government schemes; remove ‘Aam Aadmi’

New Delhi, Mar 25: In a major setback to Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the photos of the Delhi chief minister are being covered along with the word “Aam Aadmi” from the Delhi government-run schemes on display ahead of the Delhi MCD Elections 2017. The order was given by the the Delhi State Election Commission in which it had asked the Aam Aadmi Party to get rid of the word “Aam” from the various schemes which are visible in the city as it was violating Model Code of Conduct.

Some officials went to such an extent that they covered even “Aadmi” and also plastered Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s face on the posters of the schemes along with “Aadmi” which were not part of the order by the State Election Commission.

Ahead of the April 23 municipal elections in the national capital, the Delhi State Election Commission had asked the Delhi government to remove the word “Aam” from all forms of display of its schemes in the capital. SK Srivastava, State Election Commissioner, was quoted by Financial Express, saying that they have asked AAP and three MCD commissioners to submit a report of acceptance regarding this.