Karnataka NEET 2018 Registration For Centralised Counselling Today

Karnataka NEET 2018 Registration For Centralised Counselling Today

Karnataka NEET 2018 Registration For Centralised Counselling Today. For the year 2018-2019, online registration for NEET counselling in Karnataka will begin today. The registration portal will open on 4 pm today. NEET qualified candidates from all over the country can register for the counselling. However SC/ ST/ OBC eligibility criteria will be applicable to the candidates of Karnataka only. ‘Non-Karnataka candidates will not be eligible for reservation. Hence, in the UG NEET-2018 examination, if they have scored the required minimum marks or above fixed for GM (others) category as per the qualifying criteria i.e., 50th Percentile, then only they are eligible to register for admissions through KEA or for any other seats in the state of Karnataka. Please note that SC/ST/OBC eligibility criteria are applicable to Karnataka SC/ ST/ OBC candidates only,’ reads the official statement from Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA). KEA will conduct the counselling for all the government, private, NRI and other medical seats in the State.

Karnataka NEET 2018

Karnataka candidates who have already verified their documents through CET 2018 need not attend the document verification of NEET. ‘However, if any such candidate wishes to claim reservation as per Government of Karnataka norms / Linguistic Minority or Religious Minority or NRI seats or specific reservation (RC-1 to RC-9) in St. John Medical College, Bangalore, then they have to submit such relevant certificates / documents on the day of their turn as per the NEET document verification schedule,’ it clarifies further.

Karnataka NEET 2018 Registration For Centralised Counselling Today

Registration link will be active till June 21, 2018. Document verification schedule will be released on June 23, 2018.

Karnataka By-Election | Congress’s Sowmya Reddy Won

Karnataka By-Election Results 2018| Congress’s Sowmya Reddy Won

Karnataka By-Election Results 2018: The counting for the Jayanagar by-election has just been completed and Congress candidate Sowmya Reddy defeated BJP’s BN Prahlad with a majority of 3,775 votes in the prominent assembly constituency.

Karnataka By-Election Results 2018 Declared

Sowmya Reddy gathered 54,045 votes, while BN Prahlad could manage 50,270 votes. With the latest victory, Congress now has 80 MLAs in the Karnataka Assembly.

Jayanagar by-election was held on June 11, following the sudden demise of BJP MLA BN Vijayakumar, who was holding the seat.

BJP’s current candidate BN Prahlad is the brother of BN Vijayakumar. An estimated 55 percent of polling was recorded for the Jayanagar by-election.

In the assembly elections that were held on May 12, the BJP gained the majority, but not enough to form the government.

In the end, it was the Congress-JD(S) combine that formed the government, with JDS’ HD Kumaraswamy occupying the CM chair.

Karnataka | Jayanagar By-Election Results 2018

Following a pre-poll understanding, the JDS did not field its candidate for the Jayanagar by-election.

A total of 18 candidates contested the election. The routing in the Jayanagar by-election will being seen as a major setback for the BJP, as it failed to retain its seat that has been its bastion for the last 30 years.

During school hours Govt teachers using mobile phones are bans by Karnataka

Government Teachers were banned to use Phones during Class hours

Govt teachers using mobile phones are bans by Karnataka.It has been updated to hold headmasters and headmistresses of government schools responsible for ensuring that teachers do not use phones during school hours. If any teacher was found using a phone in the school hours, the principal would be held responsible.

The DPI has issues for a ban on the use of mobile phones by government school teachers in the state during school hours.
we have decided that to create an ideal atmosphere in schools, the use of mobile phones should be banned.
We have observed that teachers and workers using mobile phones while working has caused problems.
Any teacher who is observed using mobile phones will be disciplined.

Govt teachers using mobile phones are bans by Karnataka

Warning to headmasters/mistresses, if they do not ban the use of mobile phones in their schools and if the use of mobile phones is observed during school hours, the headmaster/mistress will be held responsible.

Officials at the Education Department explained that the, we should not be passing an order for school teachers to not use mobile phones during school hours, it is extremely distracting.

officials said that, We have observed this is happening and have decided to come out with the order in which headmasters and headmistresses have to take responsibility for this.
Students can complaint to the Block Education Officer (BEO) when they see a teacher using their phones in the classroom. When they observe someone breaking the rule, then they can also report to their respective headmaster or headmistress.

As rains lash Dakshina Kannada, good Samaritans open their homes out to those in need

As rains lash Dakshina Kannada, good Samaritans open their homes out to those in need

Heavy Rains lash at Dakshina Kannada. Not just residents, but several restaurants too have stayed open, urging people to come stay until the rains ease.

As torrential rains throw life out of gear in the coastal districts of Karnataka, several people in Dakshina Kannada have taken to social media to share traffic and weather updates, phone numbers of relief agencies and other helplines.

With the hashtags #Staysafekudla #Mangalorerains trending, many people threw their doors open and offered to share their rations and food with complete strangers, all via social media.

Heavy Rains lash at Dakshina Kannada

Life in the coastal regions of Karnataka ground to a halt on Tuesday as Cyclone Mekunu hit the districts, inundating several areas. Many residents said they hadn’t seen rains like this in several decades.

‘Mekunu has hit Coastal Karnataka and Mangalore is flooded. We are concerned. If anyone needs shelter, we are a call away. @onyxairlounge. Issued in public interest,’ read one widely shared post.

“We saw people, especially two-wheeler riders, stranded on the road without shelter. Hence, we decided to open our restaurant’s doors to anyone in need. Within an hour of us posting the invitation, around 25 people came here to stay dry and safe,”Umesh, the manager of Onyx, tells TNM.

Samsun S Sequeira, a resident in Mangaluru, is one of the coordinators on WhatsApp and Facebook to help those people stuck on MG Road come back to safety. “Since roads are inundated and several motorists are stuck, residents have come forward, opening the doors of their houses as safe havens. We are coordinating between the residents and those stuck. Many have said they have food and first aid available in their houses,” he says.

A helpline number set up by RSS and BJP workers in the district, offering any kind of assistance to those affected by the rains in Mangaluru, was also doing rounds. Newly elected MLA of Mangalore South, Vedvyas Kamath, has posted the numbers of BJP and RSS offices for rain victims.

Sudhir Shetty, a resident of Pumpwell, took to social media to invite people to his house. “I heard the situation is very bad in Pumpwell. I have shared my number and anyone is free to walk into my house for shelter and food,” he said.

Zamzeer Ahmed, founder of GoodFoodMangalore, a social media platform that connects over 31,000 foodies in the city, is using his page to connect with those stuck in the rains to good Samaritans. The thread ‘let’s get united foodies’ on his page has details of restaurants which are opening their doors to affected people.

Meanwhile, locals have proactively joined the search and rescue efforts. The emergency services were seen deploying a boat to ferry children of a local school near Alake back home.

However, many also slammed the government calling the water-logged roads a civic failure. “The Mangaluru City Corporation has concretised roads with little or no planning. If there isn’t any drainage, where will the water go? Road infrastructure is an absolute mess, and the fact that Mangaluru’s arterial roads are clogged is an example of this,” says Ashok L, a civic activist.

Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy to meet public daily at home office

Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy

Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy.”The Chief Minister will be available for public to meet at his home office ‘Krishna’ daily from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. whenever he is in Bengaluru,” the CM’s Office said.

Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy will meet public daily at his home office in the city to hear their grievances, said an official statement on Thursday.

Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy

Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy
Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy

“The Chief Minister will be available for public to meet at his home office ‘Krishna’ daily from 10 am. to 11 am whenever he is in Bengaluru,” a statement from the Chief Minister’s Office said.

With too many visitors at his private residence in south Bengaluru becoming an inconvenience to the neighbourhood, people can meet the Chief Minister at his home office in the city centre, the statement added.

Earlier in the day, Kumaraswamy visited the Siddaganga Mutt in Tumakuru, about 70km northwest of here, and took the blessings of 111-year-old Lingayat seer Shivakumara Swami, one of the oldest seers alive in the world.

The Janata Dal-Secular leader, who took oath as the Chief Minister on Wednesday, earlier admitted that even as his party didn’t have the people’s mandate, he got a chance to serve them by god’s grace.

“A great responsibility is being given to me again to serve the people, especially farmers, women and youth. I am sure I will raise to the occasion with god’s blessings, people’s wishes and the support of Congress,” said Kumaraswamy before being sworn in as the Chief Minister for the second time.

Kumaraswamy was sworn in by Governor Vajubhai R Vala in a grand ceremony at the state secretariat amidst several national leaders and veterana politicians from non-BJP parties.

HD-Kumaraswamy and Siddharamaih

Kumaraswamy is heading the JD(S)-Congress coalition Government after Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) legislative party leader BS Yeddyurappa stepped down as the Chief Minister on May 19 before the floor test due to lack of majority.

Winning only 37 seats in the May 12 Assembly election, including one of its pre-poll alliance partner Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP),Athe JD-S came third behind Congress (78) and BJP (104) in the 222 constituencies.





Karnataka’s first woman DGP Neelamani Raju has not been transferred, clarifies CM

Karnataka’s first woman DGP Neelamani Raju has not been transferred, clarifies CM

Karnataka’s first woman DGP Neelamani Raju
Karnataka’s first woman DGP Neelamani Raju

Karnataka’s first woman DGP Neelamani Raju. WB CM Mamata Banerjee had complained about the top cop with regard to the lack of suitable arrangements at HD Kumaraswamy’s oath-taking ceremony.

A grand ceremony had been organised for HD Kumaraswamy’s oath-taking ceremony as the Chief Minister of Karnataka at the Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Kerala and West Bengal, along with AICC President Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi, were invited.

The police had diverted traffic in several areas so the leaders would not be inconvenienced while travelling to the ceremony. However, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee ended up walking from High Point signal to the Vidhana Soudha.

The irked West Bengal CM was seen complaining about the lack of adequate arrangements for her welcome.

In a video of Mamata entering the venue of the swearing-in, captured by ANI, an angry Mamata was seen gesturing towards Neelamani Raju, the DG and IGP of Karnataka, and later was seen explaining her situation to former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar, who were also present for the ceremony.

While proceeding towards the seating area, Mamata was once again seen complaining to the leaders present there. She refused to sit down, but later went on to greet the dignitaries on the dais and the audience at the venue, after allegedly being pacified by Deve Gowda and other leaders.

She was seen giving Neelamani Raju, the state’s topmost police officer, a dressing down on the steps of the Vidhana Soudha.

Kumaraswamy was also seen apologising to Mamata Banerjee and issuing a warning to Neelamani. On Thursday, several news reports of Neelamani Raju being transferred were published in the media.

However, when TNM contacted Neelamani, she said that she had not been transferred but had submitted a verbal report to CM Kumaraswamy.

Karnataka’s first woman DGP Neelamani Raju

DG and IGP Neelamani said she told CM Kumaraswamy that the mix-up happened because AICC President Rahul Gandhi and the former Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi’s convoy was moving at the same time Mamata Banerjee’s convoy was also moving towards Vidhana Soudha.

“Since Rahul Gandhi’s convoy was already en route, CM Mamata Banerjee’s convoy was asked to wait for a few minutes until the convoy passed,” Neelamani said.

A senior police officer told TNM that a practical decision was made as both convoys could not have passed at the same time.

Refuting reports, HD Kumaraswamy, who spoke to the media, said that he had received Neelamani’s verbal report and that he has not issued orders for her transfer.

“I am only the CM designate, not the CM until the floor test is over. I cannot make decisions about who should be transferred. Neelamani Raju has not been transferred now,” Kumaraswamy added.

However, sources in the Home Department told TNM that after the floor test, several top police officials are likely to be transferred.

“They are waiting for the trust vote to be over. At least 10 top police officers will be transferred within two weeks after the new government is formed,” the source added.

Nelaamani Raju is the first woman DG and IGP of Karnataka. Hailing from Uttarakhand, she is a 1983 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer. She was posted as the DG and IGP of Karnataka in 2017.




Areas of Bangalore face massive power cuts for next 3 days.

Areas of Bangalore face massive power cuts for next 3 days.

Areas of Bangalore face massive power cuts for next 3 days
Areas of Bangalore face massive power cuts for next 3 days

Areas of Bangalore face massive power cuts for next 3 days. Areas of Bangalore face massive power cuts for next 3 days. Areas of Bangalore will be facing massive power cuts for next 3 days. The power cuts will take place between 10 am and 6 pm in areas like Marathahalli, Whitefield, Challaghatta and Koramangala. Areas like Basavanagar, HAL, Annasandra Palya and Kaggadasapura Main Road will also be affected.


Areas of Bangalore will suffer from  massive power cuts for next 3 days.

Speaking to TNM, Bangalore Electricity Supply Company (BESCOM) officials said that it was load shedding as the power that could be distributed was minimal.

Other areas like St Mark’s Road, Brigade Road, Ashoknagar, Adugodi, Hosur Main Road, Tavarekere, Old Madiwala and Silk Board may also face power cuts. Bescom officials also mentioned Malleshpalya, Manjunathanagar, Abdul Kalam Layout, parts of Domlur, Bagamane Tech Park, GM Palya, and Kadubeesanahalli could witness power cuts.

Officials also said that the power cut was necessary as it was a safety issue for metro construction workers, as the overhead electric lines may lead to mishaps, if the power is not cut off.

Areas of Bangalore will be facing massive power cuts for next 3 days

Last month, Twitter was flooded with complaints directed at the BESCOM regarding power outages across the city. The complainants alleged that power supply was interrupted at untimely hours for long periods of time, sometimes even lasting up to four hours.

Some officials attributed line constraints, heavy winds, breaking of poles, maintenance works or falling of trees, as some of the reasons for these power outages. This spell of power cuts came just two months after then Energy Minister DK Shivakumar claimed that there would be no power shortage this summer. P Rajendra Cholan, Managing Director of BESCOM too had claimed that the city has surplus power.

Many areas like Indira Nagar, Krishnaraja Pura, Havalahalli, Bidarahalli, BTM and Koramangala were also facing unscheduled power cuts post midnight, which was causing great inconvenience for local residents.

Karnataka Election Results 2018, Dates, Polling Schedule, Updates & Parties

Karnataka Election Results 2018

Karnataka Election Results 2018. Karnataka Elections 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule, Updates & Parties: As the year 2018 has begun and this year along with the Tripura, Meghalaya elections there are various assembly polls are due to be held which also includes the Karnataka Elections to be held in the middle of 2018 which is in the month of May which is expected but nothing could be said as of now as there is no official update regarding the same, all the political parties either it’s Congress or BJP would be going for the campaign at their levels as sooner the EC would announces the entire schedule which includes all the dates which has been as mentioned here.

The official notification will be issued or released by the Election Commission (EC) through the press conference or other ways, and a complete schedule is announced, once official announcement is made, we may also update it here which also includes ‘the last date of campaigning’ given to the political parties or independent candidates by the EC, Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, Rahul Gandhi etc are expected to campaign for their political parties. Although the elections are too near and once the notification is released, we need to check which political parties are making their candidates contesting from various constituencies.

Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 – Dates, Polling Schedule

Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 Notification (Issue of Public Notice by EC): Announced on 27th March 2018
Last date for filing Nomination forms: Update Soon
Scrutiny of Nominations: Update Soon
Last Date of Withdrawal of Nominations: Update Soon
Karnataka Assembly Polls Date: 12th May 2018
Hours of Poll: Update Soon
Kar Assembly Re-Polling (if required): Update later
Karnataka Assembly Election Results/Counting of Votes: 15th May 2018

Karnataka Elections 2018

Once the dates are announced the political parties may be seen as more active for the campaign in the state, the ground seems to be ready for all, the elections once held, usually, the timings are considered between the 8 am to 6 pm, the results last time as follows the Congress won the majority of the seats, 122 were won by the party and formed the government in the state, this year the elections are expected to be held in 2018, anyhow we could expect the Election commission could announce the dates in the month of April or May 2018.

The parties contesting would be Indian National Congress (INC), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP), Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S) as per the previous elections, this time the Aam Aadmi Party led by the Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal could also contest the elections but let us see what happens because it is not yet officially confirmed that AAP contesting the polls or not, just stay tuned with us, we will make you updated with the latest trends in the Karnataka Elections 2018.

Karnataka Voter List 2018 PDF District Wise with Photo

Karnataka Voter List 2018 PDF District Wise with Photo

Karnataka Voter List 2018 PDF District Wise with Photo. India is the top most democratic country in the world. As a result elections in India are very famous event for people of every state. Recently Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh elections are won by Bhartiya Janta Party. After these two state elections Election board of India prepare for the Karnataka elections. In year 2018 the Karnataka state elections will be held. For this reason every citizen of Karnataka is now very curious to check his/her name in Karnataka voter list with photo 2018. For this reason the Chief electoral officer updating the Karnataka voters list regularly. So now you can check your name online in the voter list of Karnataka. In addition you can also download your voter ID card from the website.

Karnataka Voter List 2018

Following is the procedure to download the district wise voter list: –

*Voter card ID list is updated and download by the C.E.O. (chief electoral officer) in the website. So you can now check your name in the voter card list.
*First go to the official website http://ceokarnataka.kar.nic.in/. The home page of website will be looks like this.

Below is the procedure to download your own voter ID card 2018:-

*To download your voter ID card first click on the Official website of C.E.O. Karnataka.
*Now under “I want to” column find the “search my name in voter list”.
*A new window will be open where many options will appear to find your name in voter list. These options are through EPIC number, search with name and other details. You can track your application status through cell phone number.

Karnataka Voter List with photo 2018

*But to search for cell number your mobile number should be register in the list. You can also register your mobile number in the last option of the column.
*After that you can download your voter ID card for future reference.

In conclusion you can find your name in the voter list by filling your EPIC number.

Recruitment Notification High Court of Karnataka 2017 – 10 Translators posts apply online

Recruitment Notification High Court of Karnataka 2017 – 10 Translators posts apply
online.  High Court of Karnataka released a notification for the post of 10 Translators on the establishment of the High Court of Karnataka, Bengaluru. Interested candidates can apply in prescribed application format Apply Online before 15 November 2017. Here we provided all the details like Pay Scale, Age limit, Educational qualification,  Recruitment Notification High Court of Karnataka 2017 Application fee, Selection process and how to apply for High Court of Karnataka Recruitment 2017 – High Court of Karnataka Vacancy 2017 – High Court of Karnataka Notification 2017 – High Court of Karnataka Jobs 2017 is given below., Districts of Karnataka

 Recruitment Notification High Court of Karnataka 2017

Read the Following Links :

Karnataka High Court Vacancy Detailed Advertisement Link .

High Court of Karnataka recruitment read and Apply Online .

Online applications in the prescribed format are invited from applicants who are qualified as on the last date fixed for sub mission of applications for recruitment to 10 Posts of Translators on the establishment of the High Court of Karnataka, Bengaluru,Recruitment Notification High Court of Karnataka 2017  through online link on http://karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in/recruitment.asp