Sunday, 17 May 2020

Free " Foundation Skills" Training Program for Degree students by TCS

This is to inform that TCS iON™, a strategic business unit of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is offering a 20-hour Foundational Skill Training program to students. The training program will cover Interpersonal Skills, E-Mail Etiquette, Group Discussion, Presentation and Soft skills, Resume and Letter Writing, Interview Preparation, Telephone Etiquette and IT Foundational skills. It will be a self-paced training, and students can access the course content anytime, anywhere and on any device through A.P State Council of Higher Education website.

The program will be made available free of cost to all students in the state of Andhra Pradesh which can be accessed through the website of the Council, and by clicking on to the link On completion of the program, students will be assessed, and a digital certificate will be awarded to them. The intent is to enhance students’ competency by equipping them with the Foundational and Soft Skills required by the industry. The institutions can also opt for awarding credits upon completion of the programme.

As the programme would provide students with employability skills, the Universities are requested to support the APSCHE and TCS for successful monitoring and implementation of the programme. The Universities, therefore are requested to take consent from each affiliated College for implementation of the programme in their College and also to motivate the students to enrol in the free Foundational Skill Training program and complete the course.

Saturday, 16 May 2020

ANU UG / Degree Revised Exam Schedule for postponed Exams March 2020

ANU UG / Degree Revised Exam Schedule for postponed Exams March 2020 Likely to be released after 17.05.2020. Once the university gets clearance from state government, the schedule will be released.

Check here some some useful information

ANU PGCET 2020 Notification and Online Application

AP ICET 2020 Notification and Online Application

AP B.Ed entrance Exam 2020 Notification and Online Application.

ANU Degree Revised Exam Schedule March 2020 

Some things that 3rd Year students will know:

Q) Can I apply for ICT / PGCET or Some other entrance Exams?

Answer: Yes, you can apply there is no need to wait for exam completion and results. Results and
certificates are required only at the time of counseling not for entrance exams.

Q) What about Instant exams for degree students?

  Answer:    Degree instant exams is for regular candidates only. Those who are in the final year and completed all 1st to 4th semester, having only one subject in 5th or 6th semesters can write instant exams and is held after 6th semester results.

Q) When supply exams for 1st to 4th semester? Is there any mega supply?

Answer: The supply exams for 2nd, 4th semester are running now (March 2020) and for 1st, 3rd semester next year Oct 2021. There is no separate supply for 1st to 4th semesters.

Q) When Degree 5th, 6th semesters supply? Who is eligible to wrote?

 Answer: The supply for 5th, 6th sem will be held in the months of May / June 2020. Those who have backlogs in 5th, 6th semesters are eligible for appearing this exams. Even if u have backlog in 1st to 4th semesters you can appear for these supply.

Q) I have only one subject in 1st or 3rd semester. Is there any instant / supply for these subjects?

     Answer:  No, you should write supply with your juniors. For the semesters 1st to 4th, no separate supply.

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Wednesday, 13 May 2020

ANU UG / PG Rescheduled Dates for Postponed Exams March 2020 Not conformed

The University Grant Commission has released new guidelines saying that colleges would open in August. The UGC expert panel committee released recommendations on issues related to examinations and academic calendar in presence of Union HRD Minister among other senior officials today, on April 29, 2020.

When did the pending Reg / Supply Exams Held?
  1. As per the UGC Guidelines the pending Reg / Supply Exams held from 01.07.2020 to 15.07.2020 for UG / PG / and other courses.
  2. It is up to universities decision to conduct exams and it depends on the COVID-19 cases.
When did the exams results will be declared?
  1. If exams are held as per UGC guidelines, then results will be declared After 31.07.2020
  2. It is up to universities decision to declare results and it depends on the COVID-19 cases.
Which exams will held first?
  1. As APSCHE director already given statement " first preference will be given to final year students". Those who are in the last semesters of UG / PG and other courses.
  2. In case of degree 6th sem exams will held in July, then after 5th, 6th sem supply exams and instant exam.
  3. It is up to universities decision to conduct exams and it depends on the COVID-19 cases.
When did 2nd and 4th sem Reg / Supply Exams held?
  1. If possible the exams are held from 01.07.2020 to 15.07.2020, otherwise after college reopen that is after Aug 2020.
  2. If the final year students have supplies in 2nd, 4th semester, they need to wait until they conduct.
Is there any supply exams for 1st, 3rd, 5th semesters?
  1. The supply exam is for 5th sem only. 
  2. There are no supply exams for 1st, 3rd semesters and
  3. There is no mega supply.
What I have to do I have only one subject in 1st, 3rd, 4th Semesters? Can I write instant exam for that?
  1. If you have subject in 2nd, 4th semesters, already exams are running, you can write it.
  2. If you have subject in 1st, 3rd sem you need to wait one year and write with juniors.
  3. There no instant exam for 1st To 4th semester subjects. 
These guidelines are released by UGC and there may be changes in these dates according to University decision.

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