Women candidates secured top two positions in Uttar Pradesh B Ed Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-2022, the result of which was declared by Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, Bareilly on Friday, said state coordinator for the exam PV Singh
Women candidates secured top two positions in Uttar Pradesh B Ed Joint Entrance Examination (JEE)-2022, the result of which was declared by Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University, Bareilly on Friday, said state coordinator for the exam PV Singh.
Ragini Yadav, who secured first position in this entrance examination, got 359.666 marks while Nitu Devi got second position by getting 358.000 marks and Abhay Kumar Gupta bagged the third position with 319.333 marks.
A total of 6,67,463 candidates from the state were registered to write the exam and the result of 6,15,021 candidates who appeared in this entrance examination was announced on Friday.
In the entrance examination, a total of 6,15,602 candidates appeared in the first question paper and 6,15,778 candidates appeared in the second paper. A total of 6,15,021 candidates appeared in both the papers of the exam held on July 6.
In the first question paper, the number of candidates who took the exam in Hindi language was 5,45,046 and the number of candidates who took the exam in English language was 70,556.
Ludhiana | With ban on single-use plastic, eco-friendly products are here to stay
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Invest UP directs government departments to clear pending dues of MSMEs
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High drama witnessed outside CP’s office in Ludhiana
A high drama was witnessed outside the office of commissioner of police Kaustubh Sharma, on Friday, after a face-off between the members of Shiv Sena Hindustan and Ludhiana-based travel agent Nitish Ghai’s family. While Shiv Sena leaders, along with a few victims, reached the police headquarters seeking attachment of Ghai’s property and protested against police inaction, Ghai’s wife, along with her relatives, also reached the spot accusing Shiv Sena members of demanding ₹10 lakh.
AMU students receive tablets, smartphones under Uttar Pradesh government scheme
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Yogi asks Congress to apologise over ‘black protest’
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