Month: February 2021

KCET Exam Study Materials

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UGCET 2021 syllabus released 

Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has released the syllabus for UGCET 2021 as per Department of Pre University

1st year CLICK HERE
2nd year CLICK HERE
KCET 2021 

Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2021 is being conducted for the admission to Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Bachelor of Yoga and Naturopathy (BNYS), Farm Science courses Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture, B.Sc. (Hons) Sericulture,

B.Sc (Hons) Horticulture, B.Sc (Hons) Forestry, B.Tech. Biotechnology, B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science, B.Tech (Agril. Engg), B.Tech (Food Technology), B.Tech (Dairy Technology), B.F.Sc. (Fisheries), B.Sc. (Hons) Ag. Maco,

B. Pharma and Pharma-D course, in Government,  Aided and Private Un Aided Professional Educational Institutions in the State of Karnataka for academic year 2021 – 22

KCET 2021 Exam dates 

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister Dr C N Ashwatha Narayana has announced the KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) 2021 dates 

The KCET 2021 will be conducted on 7th and 8th July 2021, the complete schedule will be released shortly.

7th July 2021
10.30 to 11.50am Biology
2.30 to 3.50pm Mathematics
8th July 2021
10.30 to 11.50am Physics 
2.30 to 3.50pm Chemistry
VIDEO LECTURES 

The Video Lectures by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) through Vikasana Programme (Karnataka CET Tutorial) to help students get prepare for Exam

2020 CLICK HERE
2019 CLICK HERE
VIDEO LECTURES 

The Video Lectures by IIT Professors for KCET, UG NEET, JEE Mains 2021 released by National Testing Agency (NTA)

Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology  CLICK HERE
KCET PREVIOUS PAPERS
2020
Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE
2019
Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2018
Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2017
Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2016
Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2015
Physics CLICK HERE
Chemistry  CLICK HERE
Mathematics CLICK HERE
Biology CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE

 

KSET Exam

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KSET Previous Question Papers

The Online Application for KSET 2021 has got started, to help students plan preparations the previous Exam papers of all the Subjects (Paper 1 and Paper 2) with key answers provided

2020
Question Paper CLICK HERE
Key Answers  CLICK HERE
2018
Question Paper CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2017
Question Paper CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2016
Question Paper CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2015
Question Paper CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
2014
Question Paper CLICK HERE
Key Answers CLICK HERE
KSET 2021 Syllabus

Interested and Eligible candidates can apply Online for KSET 2021 till 7th March 2021, Syllabi for all the 41 KSET subjects has been released

Syllabus CLICK HERE
Subjects CLICK HERE
KSET 2021 online application process started

Online Application Process for KSET 2021 has started from 8th February 2021, the interested and eligible candidates apply online within 7th March 2021, to apply online CLICK HERE 

KSET 2021

Applications are invited from the eligible candidates to appear for Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET) – 2021 for Assistant Professor to be conducted on 11th April, 2021

KSET 2021 will be conduced  in 41subjects at Eleven (11) Nodal Centers spread across the Karnataka state

ELIGIBILITY 

Candidates who have secured at least 55% of marks (without rounding off) for general category and 50% for Schedule Category (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST),Persons with Disability (PWD), OBCs i.e., Cat-I, IIA, IIB, IIIA and IIIB, in Master’s Degree OR equivalent examination from universities / institutions recognized by UGC New Delhi, in the subjects opted for KSET

IMPORTANT DATES

Starting date 08.02.2021
Last date  07.03.2021
Last date with Fine 13.03.2021
Last date to Submit Copy 15.03.2021
Exam date 11.04.2021

AGE LIMIT

There is no upper age limit to apply for KSET-2021

EXAMINATION FEES

General Rs 1150
Cat-IIA, IIB, IIIA, IIIB Rs 950
Cat-I, SC,ST, PWD Rs 650

NOTE : Late fee of Rs.250/-has to be paid by candidates who apply online applications after the last date till the extended period

SCHEME OF EXAM

The test will be consisting of two papers. Both the papers will consist of only objective type Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQs). The test will be held on 11th April (Sunday) 2021, in two separate sessions

PAPER MARKS
Paper 1 100
Paper 2 200

NOTE 

Paper-I: Shall consist of 50 objective type compulsory questions each carrying 2 marks. The questions which will be of general nature, intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate.

Paper – II: Shall consist of 100 objective type compulsory questions each carrying 2 marks which will be based on the subject selected by the candidate.

The candidate will have to mark the responses for questions of Paper-I and Paper – II on the Optical Marks Reader (OMR) Sheet provided along with the test booklet.

DOCUMENTS

Notification CLICK HERE
Apply Online  CLICK HERE
Exam Centers CLICK HERE

KSET SELECTION

GENERAL : 40% Aggregate marks in all the two papers taken together

SC / ST/ CAT-I / II A/ II B / IIIA / III B / PWD : 35% Aggregate marks in all the two papers taken together

Paramedical Courses

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Last date extended

The last date for admission to Paramedical courses for the academic year 2020 – 21 has been extended till 10th February 2021 without any penal fees

Circular CLICK HERE
Apply Online CLICK HERE
PARA MEDICAL COURSES

Para Medical Courses in interdisciplinary medical subjects are becoming enormously important in Health Care Systems. In the recent years, there has been a growing need for qualified and well-trained Para Medical personnel who form an integral component of medical profession. 

The objectives of the Para Medical Courses is to ensure the scientific training during the course of study, thus the trainee acquires adequate knowledge and skill in his/her field and he/she shall be able to carry out various laboratory tests independently without an error, perform, investigative or curative procedures with accuracy and precision as a responsible professional and thereby assist the clinicians in diagnosis and treatment.

COURSES OFFERED

1.
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology.
2.
Diploma in X-Ray Technology.
3.
Diploma in Health Inspector.
4.
Diploma in Medical Records Technology.
5.
Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology.
6.
Diploma in Dialysis Technology.
7.
Diploma in Ophthalmic Technology.
8.
Diploma in Dental Mechanics.
9.
Diploma in Dental Hygiene.

COURSE DURATION

The duration of the courses will be of two years for PUC candidates.

The duration of the courses will be of three years for SSLC candidates, English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology of PUC standard shall be taught in the first year of the course to these students.

FEE STRUCTURE

  • Registration Fee : Rs 500
  • Govt Free seats : Rs 4000 Per annum
  • Management seats : Rs 20,000 Per annum
  • Govt seats in Private Colleges : Rs 8000 Per annum

DOCUMENTS

Subject Wise Marks CLICK HERE
Teaching Hours CLICK HERE
Answer Booklet colour codes CLICK HERE

SYLLABUS

RS 1 Syllabus CLICK HERE
RS 2 Syllabus CLICK HERE

MODEL PAPERS

RS – 1 CLICK HERE
DMLT CLICK HERE
DHI CLICK HERE
DMIT CLICK HERE
DOTT CLICK HERE
DMRT CLICK HERE
DDT CLICK HERE
DOT CLICK HERE
DDM CLICK HERE
DDH CLICK HERE
DP CLICK HERE

PREVIOUS QUESTION PAPERS

ANNUAL EXAMS

2020 CLICK HERE
2019 CLICK HERE
2018 CLICK HERE
2017 CLICK HERE
2016 CLICK HERE
2015 CLICK HERE
2014 CLICK HERE
2013 CLICK HERE
2012 CLICK HERE

SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMS

2020 CLICK HERE
2019 CLICK HERE
2018 CLICK HERE
2017 CLICK HERE
2016 CLICK HERE
2015 CLICK HERE
2014 CLICK HERE
2013 CLICK HERE
2012 CLICK HERE

Union Budget 2021 – 22

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The first budget of this new decade and also a first digital one in the backdrop of unprecedented COVID-19 crisis was presented by the Union Minister for Finance & Corporate Affairs, Smt Nirmala Sitharaman,

She told that Budget proposals will further strengthen the Sankalp of Nation First, Doubling Farmer’s Income, Strong Infrastructure, Healthy India, Good Governance, Opportunities for youth, Education for All, Women Empowerment, and Inclusive Development among others

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

A new centrally sponsored scheme, PM Aatma Nirbhar  Swasth Bharat Yojana, will be launched with an outlay of about Rs 64, 180 crore over 6 years.

Voluntary vehicle scrapping policy to phase out old and unfit vehicles, Fitness tests in automated fitness centres (After 20 years in case of personal vehicles and After 15 years in case of commercial vehicles)

Provision of  Rs 35,000 crore made for Covid-19 vaccine for the year 2021 – 22, From 5 states to oveall country, the Made in India Pneumococcal Vaccine to be rolled out across the country

Ujjwala Scheme which has benefited 8 crore households will be extended to cover 1 crore more beneficiaries

A single Securities Markets Code to be evolved, Support for development of a world class Fin-Tech hub at the GIFT-IFSC

Government will undertake a new initiative – National Language Translation Mission (NTLM). This will enable the wealth of governance-and-policy related knowledge on the Internet being made available in major Indian languages

Legislation to be introduced to setup Higher Education Commission of India as an umbrella body with 4 separate vehicles for standard-setting, accreditation, regulation, and funding

15,000 schools to be strengthened by implementing all NEP components, for more details CLICK HERE

100 new Sainik Schools to be set up in partnership with NGOs/private schools/states

Agricultural credit target enhanced to Rs. 16.5 lakh crore in FY22 – animal husbandry, dairy, and fisheries to be the focus areas

SWAMITVA Scheme to be extended to all States/UTs,  1.80 lakh property-owners in 1,241 villages have already been provided cards

5 major fishing harbours – Kochi, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, Paradip, and Petuaghat to be developed as hubs of economic activity

Amendments to the DICGC Act, 1961, to help depositors get an easy and time-bound access to their deposits to the extent of the deposit insurance cover

Central University to come up in Leh for accessibility of higher education in Ladakh

‘Operation Green Scheme’ to be extended to 22 perishable products, to boost value addition in agriculture and allied products

750 Eklavya model residential schools in tribal areas to be opened

The Supplementary Nutrition Programme and the Poshan Abhiyan and launch the Mission Poshan 2.0 will be merged to strengthen nutritional content, delivery, outreach, and outcome

Jal Jeevan Mission (Urban), will be launched for universal water supply in all 4,378 Urban Local Bodies with 2.86 crore household tap connections, as well as liquid waste management in 500 AMRUT cities

National Institution for One Health will be set up, 4 regional National Institutes for Virology will be opened across the country,

Setting up of the Dispute Resolution Committee, faceless ITAT, relaxation to NRIs, increase in exemption limit from audit and relief for dividend income

Critical care hospital blocks in 602 districts and 12 central institutions will be set up, Integrated Health Information Portal will be expanded to all States/UTs to connect all public health labs

Government has launched the One Nation One Ration Card scheme through which beneficiaries can claim their rations anywhere in the country. One Nation One Ration Card plan is under implementation by 32 states and UTs, reaching about 69 crore beneficiaries – that’s a total of 86% beneficiaries covered. The remaining 4 states and UTs will be integrated in the next few months.

Under the revamped Post Matric Scholarship Scheme for the welfare of Scheduled Castes, the Central Assistance was enhanced and allocated  Rs. 35,219 crore for 6 years till 2025-2026, to benefit 4 crore SC students.

For Urban Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 Rs. 1,41,678 crore over 5 years announced

By March 2022, Government would be awarding another 8,500 kms and complete an additional 11,000 kms of national highway corridors

Indian Railways have prepared a National Rail Plan for India – 2030. The Plan is to create a ‘future ready’ Railway system by 2030. Bringing down the logistic costs for our industry is at the core of our strategy to enable ‘Make in India’. It is expected that Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) and Eastern DFC will be commissioned by June 2022.

Two new technologies i.e., ‘MetroLite’ and ‘MetroNeo’ will be deployed to provide metro rail systems at much lesser cost with same experience, convenience and safety in Tier-2 cities and peripheral areas of Tier-1 cities. 

The Central Government is proposed to launch a revamped reforms-based result-linked power distribution sector scheme with an outlay of Rs. 3,05,984 crore  over 5 years. 

Senior Citizens above 75 years of Age, Having Pension & Interest Income exempted from Filing Tax Return, for more details CLICK HERE

A scheme to promote flagging of merchant ships in India will be launched by providing subsidy support to Indian shipping companies in global tenders floated by Ministries and CPSEs. An amount of Rs. 1624 crore will be provided over 5 years.

Finance Minister proposed to take up decriminalisation of the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Act, 2008 on similar lines of the decriminalising of the procedural and technical compoundable offences under the Companies Act, 2013, which is now complete, for more details CLICK HERE

PLI launched to create manufacturing global champions across 13 sectors with amount committed nearly ₹1.97 lakh crore in next 5 years starting FY2021-22

MITRA Scheme to create world class infrastructure for global champions in textile sector leading to creation of 7 textile parks over 3 years

100% electrification of Broad Gauge Routes by 2023

Innovative PPP models to augment public bus transport

National Research Foundation with outlay of ₹50,000 crore over 5 years

NSSF loan to FCI for food subsidy to be replaced by making budget provisions

Increase in limit for tax audit for persons who carry out 95% of their transactions digitally

Additional deduction of ₹1.5 lakh shall be available for loans taken up till 31 March 2022 for purchase of affordable house

Summary CLICK HERE
Key Highlights CLICK HERE
Budget at Glance CLICK HERE
Finance Bill 2021 CLICK HERE
Finance Minister speech CLICK HERE
Key to Budget Documents CLICK HERE
Budget Key Features CLICK HERE
Economic Survey 2021 CLICK HERE