Air quality improves slightly in Delhi, GRAP Stage IV measures may be reviewed

Air quality improves slightly in Delhi, GRAP Stage IV measures may be reviewed 1

According to the System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research (SAFAR), the overall AQI of the city improved further on 331, however in the very poor category.

The concentration of both PM 2.5 and PM 10 was recorded at 331 under the very poor category and 211 under the poor category respectively this morning.

Delhi’s AQI returned to the ‘very poor’ category after a change in wind direction due to southeasterly, while local winds speeds also picked up. “The AQI will start improving faster now as surface wind will pick up to enhance dispersion and the direction of stubble transport wind also is changing. The AQI will be very low to mid part of very poor by the 6th of November,” said Prof. Gufran Beig, Founder Project Director, SAFAR.

However, Prof Beig also added that the relief is short lived. “The AQI will start deteriorating from the 8th evening as the stubble wind will again turn from the burning side,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) in NCR, is likely to hold a review meeting on Sunday in the light of improving air condition. The CAQM had imposed Stage IV measures of the Graded Response Action Plan (Grap) on Thursday evening that bans the entry of diesel vehicles that were not BS VI in Delhi.

The Delhi government on Friday banned the entry of trucks other than essential services in the national capital following the introduction of GRAP IV. The government has also constituted a six-member committee to monitor truck entry in the national capital city.

“Only CNG, petrol and electric vehicles will be allowed to enter Delhi. There will also be a ban on medium and heavy vehicles of diesel registered in Delhi, which are not connected to the essential services. Small vehicles with diesel engines which are not BS6 compliant will also be banned,” Delhi Environment Minister Gopal Rai said on Friday.

Delhi NEET UG Counselling 2022: Dates, Eligibility, Documents

Delhi NEET UG Counselling 2022

Delhi MBBS & BDS Merit List 2022: Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) will release the Delhi NEET UG Merit list today on 30th of September, 2022.

The admission to Delhi MBBS BDS 2021 will be done on the basis of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test scores.

Through Delhi MBBS & BDS merit list 2022, eligible aspirants will be granted admission to around MBBS and BDS seats offered by medical colleges of Delhi.

AuthorityFaculty of Medical Science Delhi
NEET 2022 Result07 September 2022
No of Govt MBBS Seats1222
No of Govt Dental Seats150
No of Govt Ayush SeatsBAMS – 305,

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET UG counselling merit list for Delhi state quota will release today, September 30, 2022. Medical Counselling Committee, MCC will release the 85% state quota merit list for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in various medical colleges of Delhi.

Candidates who want to participate in Delhi NEET UG Counselling 2022 can check the merit  list from the PDF given below. “MCC of DGHS is in receipt of many representations to provide the inter se merit list of Delhi State Quota for candidates who want to participate in the counselling of 85% Delhi State Quota seats.”

NEET UG TOP 10 Scorers 2022

Candidate’s NameMarks ObtainedAIR
Vatsa Ashish Batra7152
Hrikesh Nagbhushan Gangule7153
Rucha Pawashe7154
Errabelly Sidharth Rao7115

NEET Delhi merit list 2022: How to check

  1. Go to the official MCC website
  2. On the appeared web page, click on the UG Counselling tab
  3. A new page would appear, click on the NOTICE AND MERIT LIST OF DELHI STATE QUOTA link
  4. NEET Delhi merit list 2022 would appear on the screen
  5. Check your roll number and download the merit list
  6. Take a print out, if required

Eligibility / Qualifications

The educational qualification for admission is as per NEET conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). Further to become eligible for 85% Delhi Quota, the candidate must have passed the 11th and 12th standard examination under the 10 + 2 system conducted by CBSE/Indian school certificate examination/Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi or any other equivalent examination from a recognized school situated within the NCT of Delhi only.

Document Required

Candidates who will be allotted a seat at FMSC Delhi NEET 2022 Counselling will be asked to report the following documents to complete the admission formalities.

  • NEET 2022 Admit Card
  • NEET 2022 Rank Card
  • 10th & 12th Mark Sheet & Passing Certificate
  • Category Certificate
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Character Certificate
  • Migration Certificate
  • Passport Size Photographs
  • Printout of FMSC Registration Form
  • Allotment Letter