Articles tagged under: higher education

NEET qualifiers can apply for medical and other seats in Gujarat between June 17 to 23 – DyCM Nitin Patel

June 14, 2019
NEET qualifiers can apply for medical and other seats in Gujarat between June 17 to 23 – DyCM Nitin Patel

Gandhinagar: The NEET qualifiers in Gujarat would be able to get required PIN numbers between June 17 to 23 to apply online for admission in Medical, Dental, Homeopathy, Ayurveda and Naturopathy courses this year. Deputy CM cum Medical Education Minister of Gujarat Nitin Patel today informed this. He said that the state government has authorized Axis bank for issuing PIN to qualifiers. He said that despite being a private sector bank it has far and wide reach with branches everyw...Read More

Gujarat CM opens ‘Command and Control Centre’ for Education Department’s projects

June 09, 2019

Gandhinagar (Government press release): Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani here today inaugurated the ‘Command and Control Centre’ for Education Department’s various projectslike Shala Praveshotsav 2.0 and Gunotsav 2.0 with a view to real-time online monitoring of attendance and working of teachers and other staff in government and grant-in-aid primary schools in the state for qualitative improvement of primary education. The Chief Minister and other dignitaries presented tablets...Read More

Presence of staff in over 150 educational institutions in Gujarat to be registered via mobile app

June 06, 2019
Presence of staff in over 150 educational institutions in Gujarat to be registered via mobile app

Gandhinagar: The Government of Gujarat has taken a decision to implement the online presence system across 109 educational and 48 technical education institutions (colleges and polytechnics) with effect from June 10. A mobile application for this initiative was launched today in a national conference on startups and innovations held at Bhat in Gandhinagar by education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama. According to the details shared by the government the application will do following jobs: ...Read More

Gujarat government scraps centralized admission system for ATD and Fine Arts colleges

June 04, 2019
Gujarat government scraps centralized admission system for ATD and Fine Arts colleges

Gandhinagar: The Gujarat government today announced its decision to scrap the centralized admission system in ATD and Fine Arts courses across the State with effect from academic year of 2019-20. The students both in 10+ and 12+ categories will need to apply directly in Fine Arts/ATD colleges for admissions. There are total 15 such colleges in Gujarat. DeshGujaratRead More

Number of seats in Gujarat medical colleges to increase by 35 for implementation of 10% EWS quota – Nitin Patel

May 29, 2019
Number of seats in Gujarat medical colleges to increase by 35 for implementation of 10% EWS quota – Nitin Patel

Gandhiangar: Number of seats in medical colleges of Gujarat would be increased by 35 ie from existing 150 to 185 even as the state cabinet has approved the decision to implement 10% EWS quota in them. Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel today informed this. He said that to implement the 10% EWS quota without affecting other reservation beneficiaries, number of seats in the medical colleges would be increased. Due to this the existence number of seats reserved for OBC, SC ...Read More

TAT secondary exam result declared, over all 63.34% qualify

May 16, 2019
TAT secondary exam result declared, over all 63.34% qualify

Gandhingar: Overall 63.32% candidates have qualified in the Teacher Aptitude Test Secondary Exam, the results of which was declared by the Gujarat State Examination Board today. A board official said that a total of 1,86,742 candidates had applied for the exam held on January 27 this year. Of these 1,20,862 had appeared in the exam held for a total 17 subjects. Maximum 24,152 candidates had appeared for Gujarati of which 63.09% have qualified. 73.43% have ...Read More

Centre approves 300 more medical seats in Gujarat – 150 each in Visnagar and Nadiad

April 27, 2019
Centre approves 300 more medical seats in Gujarat – 150 each in Visnagar and Nadiad

Gandhinagar: The Centre has given approval to medical college in North Gujarat town Visnagar. This will be the first self financed medical college of North Gujarat. It will add 150 medical seats to total number of medical seats across Gujarat. With this, total number of medical seats in Gujarat is 4450. Sharing the details of this development, Deputy Cheif Minister Nitin Patel who is MLA from same Mahesana district said, the Centre has approved 150 MBBS seats of Nutan Medical College and Res...Read More

GTU Motorsports team wins Formula Bharat 2019 at Coimbatore

January 28, 2019

Gandhinagar: A team of 24 students and mentor Parth Sejpal had represented GTU at Formula Bharat and being the only team from Gujarat has won the First Prize at Formula Bharat leaving behind 74 Combustion vehicle team and 16 electric vehicle teams from all over India including teams from IIT Madras, IIT Khadagpur, IIT Delhi, NIT Kurukshetra, VIT Chennai, COEP Pune and many more who are also going International for Student Formula. GTU Team also received award for 1.) Best Fuel Efficiency ...Read More

Teaching staff of state govt universities, affiliated granted govt & private colleges to get salary as per 7th Pay panel from Jan – 2019:CM

January 15, 2019
Teaching staff of state govt universities, affiliated granted govt & private colleges to get salary as per 7th Pay panel from Jan – 2019:CM

Gandhnagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijaybhai Rupani has decided today that teaching staff of Gujarat Government’s universities and its affiliated government and private granted colleges would be given pay benefits as per the recommendation of the 7th Pay Commission of the Central Government on revised scale-to-scale basis with effect from January 1, 2019. While due arrears amount payable for the period between 1st January-2016 and31stDecember-2018 will be paid as per the state governmen...Read More

Technologies of ancient India to come alive with IITGN course on Indian Knowledge Systems

January 06, 2019
Technologies of ancient India to come alive with IITGN course on  Indian Knowledge Systems

Palaj, Gandhinagar: Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) is going to conduct a unique full-semester elective course on Introduction to Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS) from January to April 2019. The theme of the third edition of the course, offered by the Humanities and Social Sciences discipline of the Institute, is ‘Technologies in Ancient India’. Commencing on January 09, 2019, the course will be taught collectively by seven eminent scholars from various parts of India, a...Read More