Kartikey Gupta from Ballarpur, Maharashtra tops the JEE (Advanced) 2019 exam, Shabnam Sahay from Ahmedabad, Gujarat tops in girl’s category
New Delhi: The result of JEE (Advanced) 2019 was declared today. A total number of 161319 candidates appeared in both papers 1 and 2 in JEE (Advanced) 2019. A total of 38705 candidates have qualified JEE (Advanced) 2019. Of the total qualified candidates, 5356 are females.
Kartikey Gupta of Ballarpur, Maharashtra is the top ranker in Common Rank List (CRL) in JEE (Advanced) 2019. He obtained 346 marks out of 372 marks. Shabnam Sahay of Ahmedabad, Gujarat is the top ranked female with CRL 10. She obtained 308 marks out of 372 marks.
Following are the top five male rankers:
Gupta Kartikey Chandresh
Himanshu Gaurav Singh
Following are the top five female rankers:
Surapaneni Sai Vigna
Ilindra Sai Lakshmi Shreya
Following are the zonal top rankers:
GUPTA KARTIKEY CHANDRESH (CRL 1)
HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH (CRL 2)
PRADIPTA PARAG BORA (CRL 28)
DHRUV ARORA (CRL 24)
GUDIPATY ANIKET (CRL 29)
GILLELLA AKASH REDDY (CRL 4)
JAYESH SINGLA (CRL 17)
Following are the top category rankers:
HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH
D CHANDRASEKHARA S S
HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH
VEDANT DEEPAK BORKUTE
Following are more details about the qualified candidates:
Total number of qualified boys: 33349
Total number of qualified girls: 5356
Total number of qualified general (GE) candidates: 15566
Total number of qualified general (GEN-EWS) candidates: 3636
Total number of qualified OBC-NCL candidates: 7651
Total number of qualified SC candidates: 8758
Total number of qualified ST candidates: 3094
Following are the details about male and female toppers in every zone:
Zone wise Male Female Toppers
Name of Candidate
GUPTA KARTIKEY CHANDRESH
HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH
PRADIPTA PARAG BORA
GILLELLA AKASH REDDY
SURAPANENI SAI VIGNA
Following are the top five candidates in every zone:
Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath has laid emphasis on the the need to improve the quality of higher education and skill development.
The Chief Minister said that his government’s goal is to ensure that every educated and trained youth gets employment opportunities. For this, purpose he also mooted the idea of setting up an autonomous Knowledge Corporation in the State.
Nath was reviewing the Department of Higher Education and Skill Development at Mantralaya here on Friday May 31. Higher Education Minister Jitu Patwari was present on the occasion.
Nath said that higher education and skill development should not just be a ritual. Pay special attention to faculties in the field of higher education. In skill development, we have to pay special attention to the faculty that plays a key role in the education process and helps the youth attain jobs. He said that instead of focusing on the numerical strength in the field of teaching and training, we must constantly make an assessment as to how many students passingout of our education institutions are getting jobs linked with their education.
Higher Education and CSR
The Chief Minister said that the Higher Education department should develop its own financial resources to augment its facilities. He said that industries should be approached to formulate a target oriented strategy and support the higher education sector as a Corporate Social Responsibility.
Nath said that local needs of industry and trade should be considered in tems of skill development in order to create employment avenues for the educated and trained youth. He also passed instructions to register all the private coaching centres.
The Chief Minister issued instructions for filling vacant posts, establishing a Skill University, making a Common Career Portal, and setting up Colleges of Excellence and institutes like I.I.T and I.I.M., increasing Gross Enrollment Ratio (GER) in the field of higher education and preparing a detailed work-plan on top priority to provide coaching to students under the PPP model through private coaching institutes.
New Delhi: Government of India has taken the decision to lower the qualifying marks in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test postgraduate (NEET-PG), 2019 to as low as 34 percentile for SC/ST/OBC category candidates against 44 percentile for the general category candidates.
The lowered qualifying marks will be applicable only for the academic year 2019-20.
The new qualifying cutoff for Persons with Disabilities category is 39 percentile.
The result of NEET-PG 2019 was declared by National Board of Examinations (NBE) on 31 January 2019.
In accordance with Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India letter F.No.V.11012/5/2009-ME (P-I) of 7 May 2019, the minimum qualifying percentiles have been lowered as follows:
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The central Government has consulted the Medical Council of India before taking the decision to lower the NEET-PG, 2019 qualifying marks.
All States and Union Territories have been asked to make arrangements for allowing students for further rounds of counselling this year on the basis of the lowered qualifying marks.
The revised score card of all the candidates who appeared in NEET-PG 2019 can be downloaded from NEET-PG website https://nbe.edu.in/ shortly. The revised Score card
will not be sent individually to the candidates.
The revised result for All India 50% PG quota seats for NEET-PG 2019 shall be declared separately
Bhopal: Superintendent of Police Amit Saxena interacted with the students of School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, and told them about the evolution of the Dial 100 system and how the scenario has changed over time.
The Legal Aid Clinic of School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University organized a visit to the Dial 100 command centre at Bhopal.
Three faculty members along with 30 students from JLU School of law visited the command centre.
The SP also discussed the changes in the crime rates after the introduction of the Dial 100 system.
Students were also told about the advantage of the new system equipped with the latest technology and how it has contributed towards reducing the time taken to process a distress call.
Students were taken around the command centre and were shown how the distress calls, received on a daily basis, were processed. The number of such calls range anywhere between 20000-25000 per day.