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CUET UG 2022 Result: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the result for Common University Entrance Test undergraduate (CUET UG) 2022. Candidates who appeared in any of the six phases of the entrance test can download their scorecards at the official CUET UG website — cuet.samarth.ac.in.
The examination was conducted for admission in 91 universities spread across the country. Earlier, the CUET UG result was scheduled to be announced by Thursday 10 PM.
NTA held the CUET UG 2022 examination in six phases between July 15 and August 30, the first-ever common entrance test for undergraduate admissions to universities. Around 14.9 lakh candidates appeared for CUET 2022 UG exam in its debut edition this year.
JKPSC has released the result for the Post of Veterinary Assistant Surgeon and the list of candidates called for verification of original certificates/documents in support of their claim pertaining to age, educational qualifications, internship, registration by state veterinary council or equivalent, category and disability, if any.
It is advisable to check the JKPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon result thoroughly to avoid discrepancies later on. The candidates are selected on the basis of their performance in a written exam followed by a document verification round.
The commission releases the JKPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon result in a PDF format, which contains the Roll Numbers of the shortlisted candidates.
How to Download the JKPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon Result 2022?
The commission has released the result cum scorecard on its official website only. For checking that candidates are advised to download the PDF given above in the section and Open the same on their Mobile/desktop screen, and search for their Roll Number.
Step 1: Visit the official website of the JKPSC
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the examination option
Step 3: Next, scroll along with the list and then click on the Result option from the drop-down menu.
Step 4: After this, choose the JKPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon exam from the exam list and click to open it.
Step 5: Scroll along the result list with roll number or name to check the result status and save a copy of the JKPSC Veterinary Assistant Surgeon result on the device for future reference.
Srinagar, Dec 25 (JKYouth) – The Block Development Chairperson (BDC) of Gurez is demanding the sanction of the Gurez-Bandipora Road Tunnel. Fameeda Begum, while speaking to a JKYouth reporter, raised several issues faced by the people of Gurez, Tulail, and Bagtore.
Gurez, renowned for its flora and fauna, sees its residents largely dependent on agricultural products. Due to heavy snowfall and glaciers, Gurez remains isolated from the rest of the world for over six months in winter, making the 86-kilometer journey through the Razdhan Pass to Bandipora impassable, she said.
The Jammu and Kashmir Administration must step forward to find a better solution for the hardships faced by the people of Gurez. The long-standing demand of a Road Tunnel must be addressed. I urge both the Central government and J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha to intervene and sanction the Road Tunnel, she added.
BDC Gurez, Fameeda Begum, also demands a fairer electricity schedule for the people living in Gurez. In the 21st Century, Gurez residents receive only 4-5 hours of electricity through generators, despite the operation of the 330MW KishanGanga Hydroelectric Plant since May 19, 2018. Gurez should receive at least 2-3 MWs of electricity from this plant, she insisted. With this additional electricity, some of the hardships could be alleviated, and people might not need to migrate from Gurez to other cities during winters.
Additionally, she highlighted the lack of essential facilities at Degree College Gurez since its establishment, including WiFi, a library, a canteen, and a playground.
The cost of helicopter tickets, set at highly subsidized rates of Rs 3,000 from Srinagar airport and Rs 2,000 from Bandipora, is prohibitively high for the majority of Gurez’s daily wage earners. The government should reconsider and reduce airfare for the benefit of the people of Gurez.
Tourism needs to be prioritized, and the people are willing to collaborate with the administration to improve the future of their homeland. However, the government must also address these crucial issues faced by the people of Gurez, Tulail, and Bagtore.