DU PG admit card 2017 released at du.ac.in, exams to begin from July 1

The Delhi University has activated the admit card link of PG, M.Phil and PhD entrance exams. These exams will start from July onwards and the applicants can download their admission ticket from official portal. After getting delayed twice, the online registration for the exam had started from June 12 and closed on June 22, 2017. DU initially planned to conduct the entrance examination online but had to change the decision.

The candidates can view the admit card on the official website – admission.du.ac.in/pg2017.

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DU PG admit card 2017, here’s how to check
Step 1: Vist the official website mentioned above
Step 2: On the homepage, click on PG link
Step 3: You’ll be directed to a new page. Enter your registered email id and password
Step 4: Your admit card will be displayed
Step 5: Download and take a print out
Remember to carry the admission ticket as it has important details like venue, exam time etc.

As per Maharaj K Pandit, chairperson of the admission committee, around 650 seats would be announced for M Phil course and around 850 seats would be allotted for Ph D courses.Admission process: The admission will be done on the basis of offline entrance examination and 50 per cent on merit basis. The exam was held in six centres – Chennai, Delhi, Guwahati, Kolkata, Nagpur and Varanasi between July 1 and 6.

CAPF (ACs) Examination: Download e-admit card

New Delhi: The Union Public Service Commission has today uploaded the e-admit cards for Central Armed Police Foreces (ACs) Examination, 2017. The e-admit card is available on www.upsc.gov.in. The admit cards will be available on UPSC website till 23-07-2017.

The candidates are directed to bring e-admit card in each session to secure admission to Examination Hall and it must be preserved till the declaration of written result.

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Mobile Phones, Calculators or any of the IT Gadgets are not allowed inside the premises where the examination is being conducted.Any Infringements of these instructions shall entail disciplinary action including ban from future examinations.

Candidates who do not have clear photographs on the e-admit card will have to bring a photo identity proof viz. Aadhar Card, Driving Licence, Passport.Voter I Card etc.and two passport size photographs one for each session for appearing in the examination with an undertaking.

 

UPSC CAPF AC Exam 2017 Admit Card released, download at upsc.gov.in

New Delhi, June 23: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the admit card of Central Armed Police Forces (ACs) Examination, 2017. The hall ticket of UPSC CAPF AC Exam 2017 has been released on the official website of the Commission, upsc.gov.in. Candidates can download the admission certificate by following some steps mentioned below. It is mandatory to carry the admit card of UPSC CAPF AC Exam 2017 during the exam.

In case a candidate faces any problem while downloading the e-admit card of UPSC Central Armed Police Forces (ACs) Examination, 2017, he/ she may contact soe23-upsc@gov.in. The admit card will contain the Name of the candidate, Roll Number, Registration ID and Name and Year of the Examination. Candidates should check the admit card for any discrepancy and contact the commission and get it rectified. Candidates are required to carry the admit card in the exam hall and should enter the exam Hall 20 minutes before the scheduled commencement of the exam.

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How to download UPSC CAPF AC Exam 2017 Admit Card

  • Visit the official website of Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
  • Click on the activated link ‘UPSC CAPF AC Exam 2017 Admit Card’
  • Read the instructions
  • Enter required details
  • Click on Submit
  • Download the UPSC CAPF AC Exam 2017 Admit Card and save it

Candidates are advised to take the print out and keep it safely for further reference.

 

Ditch the wallet, card and cash: financial fitbits are on their way

The new payment device which is worn around a person’s wrist allows users to simply wave the technology at the check-out and remove any need to carry cards or cash.

After extensive trials since 2012, UK card issuer Barclaycard rolled out the device last week, and they can now be used at more than 300,000 locations across the UK.

The new "BPay" ... The wearable payment device removes the need for consumers to carry cards or cash. Picture: Supplied

Similar to how contactless payments work in Australia, the UK device has a limit of the equivalent of $40 Australian dollars and this will increase to about $60 in September. It simply needs to be waved over a contactless payment terminal at the check-out.

The Australian Payments and Clearing Association’s chief executive officer Chris Hamilton said it was inevitable financial fitbits would soon be used down under.

“Australia has one of the world’s highest penetrations of contactless technology — that is, the tap and go card which is so common today,’’ he said.

“Now that this technology is widely available here, it offers opportunities for new convenient payment options like contactless wristbands and other wearables.

“In fact, Australia’s payments infrastructure is well adapted to encourage this kind of innovation.”

The devices have gone on sale in the UK and come in a wristband, a fob which can be attached to a key ring or bag, and a sticker which can be stuck to the back of a mobile phone.They cost about $20 Australian dollars.

Limited transactions ... The new "BPay" wearable payment device has a transaction limit in the UK of an equivalent of about $40, which will increase to $60 in September. Picture: Supplied

All three devices can be used by consumers who hold a UK-registered Visa of MasterCard debit or credit card, allowing them to use funds on the go.

They use an app to register their details and allow them to make payments from their accounts.

Business intelligence and media provider, RFi Group’s managing director Alan Shields said these types of devices would “work well in the Australian market.”

“The number of people wearing is fitbits is increasing exponentially and we are also a country that has adopted contactless technology pretty well,’’ he said.

“There are more contactless transactions here per capita than any other country in the world.”