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GATE 2018 Important Dates and Schedule Released at

New Delhi, July 5: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati has announced the important dates for GATE 2018. The exam dates for GATE 2018 can be checked by visiting the official website As per the official update, the GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) Website will be open for Enrollment, Application Filling, Application Submission from September 1, 2017. The last date for Submission of Online Application through website is October 05, 2017 (Thursday). The last date for request for change in the Choice of Examination City via GOAPS login is November 17, 2017 (Friday). GATE 2018 Online Examination Dates are February 03 and 04 & February 10 and 11, 2018 (Saturdays & Sundays).

ICAR AIEEA UG, PG Result 2017 to be out on July 5 today

Indian  Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) is all set to release ICAR AIEEA Result 2017, which has been postponed to July 5, Wednesday at its official portal ICAR conducted All India Entrance Examination for providing admissions to UG/PG Courses in Agriculture Research. Previously the result was supposed to be announced on June 30, which was later on postponed due to some administrative reasons. The candidates who wanted admission in one of the best place for Agriculture Science had appeared for ICAR AIEEA UG PG 2017 conducted on June 10 and 11 respectively.

NEET 2017: Admission forms, notification to be out soon for Andhra Pradesh MBBS, BDS Admission courses

Now that the NEET 2017  results are out, the counselling for MBBS and BDS admission has commenced.. The Andhra Pradesh MBBS, BDS admission notification will be out tomorrow. The notification for inviting applications for Admission into MBBS/BDS Courses 2017-18  will be available under Dr. NTR UHS, Vijayawada for MBBS course in SVIMS, Tirupati has been released on the official website of NTR UHS. Andhra Pradesh Health Minister Kamineni Srinivas had earlier released the list of NEET rank holders for the MBBS and BDS courses from Andhra Pradesh, at Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS).

It would be important for the aspirants to note that  NTR UHS that the detailed admission notification for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in Andhra Pradesh will be released tomorrow. The list of candidates who had qualified NEET from Andhra Pradesh will be available now at the Vijayawada based university’s official website. The Application forms through online are invited from the candidates who have secured the cutoff scores in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2017 and fulfilled the eligibility criteria for admission into MBBS/BDS Courses available under competent authority quota in Government, Private Un-aided Non-Minority and Minority Medical and Dental Colleges affiliated to Dr. NTR UHS, Vijayawada and also for MBBS course under SVIMS, Tirupati for the academic year 2017-18.

North-South Road Corridor to Reduce Travel Time Between Wazirabad, IGI to 30 Minutes

North-South Road Corridor to Reduce Travel Time Between Wazirabad, IGI to 30 Minutes: All You Need to Know

New Delhi, July 5: The Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, on Tuesday approved the proposal of a 29-km partially elevated corridor between Wazirabad and Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). Proposed by the Delhi government, the corridor will reduce the travel time to the IGI Airport from two-three hours to 30 minutes for the residents of North Delhi and will also help in the decongestion of the roads in the city.

Informing the media about L-G’s decision, PWD minister Satyender Jain said that the construction of the north-south corridor will partly be done over the Najafgarh drain. He also informed that the L-G has directed the Unified Traffic and Transportation Infrastructure, Planning and Engineering Centre (UTTIPEC) to speed up the approval of the construction of the Rs 6,000 crore project. After Barapullah, this will be the second corridor constructed largely over a drain.

Here’s everything you need to know about 29-km North-South Corridor:

  • The North-South corridor will consists of six lanes and will have all the modern facilities for fire safety, ventilation, lighting etc.
  • The total length of the corridor will be 29 km. A large part of the corridor (9 km) will be constructed on the Najafgarh drain. In all, the project will cost around Rs 6,000 crore.
  • This will be the second corridor constructed largely over a drain, first one is Barapullah. The corridor will have a 6.1 km tunnel between Zakhira and Pankha Road that will be constructed under Satguru Ram Singh Marg.
  • The corridor will be a big relief for vehicular traffic coming from North Delhi. According to reports, the project will be completed within three years from the date of start.
  • Meanwhile, the government is also planning to start high speed buses on the elevated corridor so that affordable mode of transportation can be provided to lakhs of Delhiites.
  • The signal-free corridor will reduce the travel time between Wazirabad and IGI Airport to 20 to 30 minutes. Currently, it takes around three hours to reach Delhi Airport from Wazirabad.

The construction of the North-South Road corridor will begin as soon as the UTTIPEC approves the project and as per the reports, the construction of the project will take up to three years.