Tuesday, July 22, 2014

RPET 2014 Counseling Result, College Allotment

Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test (RPET) 2014 Counselling results is declared today, 22nd July 2014 with provisional seat allotment for the Admission in Total 60000+ Seats of Engineering Colleges for B.E./B.Tech Courses which includes 4500+ Seats in Govt. Engineering Colleges while 55000+ in Pvt. Engineering Colleges in Rajasthan for Academic year 2014-15.  Board of Technical Education Rajasthan, Jodhpur announced results for RPET 2014 Counseling results on 22nd July 2014 on its official website:

http://techedu.rajasthan.gov.in/RPET/Getcoun.htm
 
Board of Technical Education Rajasthan, Jodhpur started Process of filling Option Forms in June 2014 and today finally declared the Counselling result, Provisional College allotment for RPET 2014 on Official RPET 2014 Websites http://techedu.rajasthan.gov.in OR  http://www.rpetexam.com/ 
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MDS University B.A. Part II Result declared

Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati University (MDSU), Ajmer has declared the results of Bachelor of Arts (BA) Part II OR 2nd Year Examination held in May 2014. MDS BA Part-II Results are available on the official website of MDSU Ajmer i.e. http://www.mdsuexam.org/ and www.Indiaresults.com by Roll Number or Results by Name are below link of website.  To view result announced please visit below mentioned website:


Monday, July 14, 2014

Rajasthan Budget 2014-15 Highlights

Rajasthan Budget 2014-15 Highlights Live: Rajasthan Budget 2014-15 is presented today, 14th July 2014 by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan Hon. Vasundhara Raje in the Assembly of Rajasthan. while Vasundhra Raje in February 2014 presented Interim Budget. Check Rajasthan Interim budget 2014-15. She will present 1st full Financial budget of Rajasthan after formation of Government last year. There are lots of expectations of Rajasthan people for Rajasthan Budget 2014-2015.The expected drought and weak Mansoon so far will be big challange for current financial year. The common man that voted Raje-led BJP government with thumping majority is hoping major relief on things that impact their daily life. Rajasthan Budget 2014-2015 Highlights Live streaming will begins today from 11 AM onwards on www.RajasthanVoice.com For Live updates Follow us on Facebook and Google+.

Rajasthan Full Budget 2014-15 in PDF Format Hindi

Rajasthan Full Budget 2014-15 in PDF Format English

For More on Budget 2014-15 visit: http://finance.rajasthan.gov.in/speech/budget201415m.shtm
Rajasthan Budget 2014-2015 Highlights:
Salient Features of the Modified Budget 2014-15 presented on 14.07.2014
Plan Outlay & other Fiscal Indicators
- Total Plan outlay for 2014-15 Rs.69,820 crore compared to Rs.40,500 crore of 2013-14. An increase of 72%.
- Estimated Revenue Surplus for 2014-15 Rs.737 crore.
- Estimated Fiscal Deficit for 2014-15 Rs.20,186 crore which is 3.52% of GSDP.
- Estimated budgetary deficit for 2014-15 Rs.3,151 crore.
- Estimated total revenue receipts for 2014-15 Rs.1,06,124 crore.
- Estimated own tax revenue for the year 2014-15 Rs.40655 crore against Rs.34452 crore in the 2013-14 RE, which is higher by 18 percent.
- Estimated own tax revenue for 2014-15 as percentage of GSDP is 7.1
- Estimated interest payment in 2014-15 is Rs.10470 crore which is 9.87% of total revenue receipts.
- Estimated capital outlay during 2014-15 Rs. 20565 crore
Economic & Social Infrastructure Development Roads
- Major Programme of developing of State Highways, Major District Roads and other District Roads of 20,000 kms. at the cost of Rs.70,000 crore. State Government to contribute Rs.20,000 crore.
- 6 roads of 1000 kms. to be developed as East-West Corridor.
- Establishment of Rajasthan State Highway Authority.
- Developing one road in every Panchayat under "Gramin Gaurav Path Scheme".

Germany wins Football World Cup 2014

Germany wins Football World Cup 2014 by 1-0 with the help of Germany's Mario Götze kicks in second half of extra time against Argentina in final of the FIFA World Cup 2014. Germany is the first side from Europe to win a World Cup in the Americas, determined that a golden generation will finally get its reward after a string of near-misses. Messi was declared as the Player of the tournament and awarded GoldenBall. Germany won their fourth World Cup after a 24-year wait. Incidentally, this is the first World Cup for unified Germany, the previous three having been won by West Germany in 1954, 1974 and 1990. Lionel Messi, arguably the best player on the planet, was denied a fairytale end to his third World Cup campaign and a chance to match the heroics of countryman Diego Maradona. Argentina in 1986, had gone home from Mexico with the World Cup and the legend of Maradona's hand of god. On Sunday evening they went back just with the aching pain of letting the Cup slip away from their grasp and the tragic tale of Higuain's feet of clay.
At the final whistle, Germany players fell into a pile in the middle of the pitch in celebration. Messi walked past them with his hands on his hips — still in the shadow of his compatriot Diego Maradona, who led his country to the 1986 title. Goetze went on as a substitute for Miroslav Klose toward the end of regulation time and his fresh legs made the difference. Andre Schuerrle broke down the left flank, sending his cross into the area, and the Bayern Munich midfielder did the rest with a clinical finish. The goal echoed that of Andres Iniesta four years ago, when the midfielder scored in similar fashion but from the other side of the area to give Spain a 1-0 extra-time win over the Netherlands. According to Germany coach Joachim Loew, it was exactly as he’d planned when he made the substitution. “I said to Mario Goetze, ‘Okay, show to the world that you’re better than Messi and you can decide the World Cup. You have all the possibilities to do that,’ ” Loew said. “I had a good feeling with him.”

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Legendary actress Zohra Sehgal passes away at 102

Legendary actress Zohra Sehgal died in New Delhi at the age of 102. A Padma Vibhushan awardee, Sehgal breathed her last at Max hospital in New Delhi around 4:30 PM. "She died of a cardiac arrest this afternoon. She was unwell for last three-four days," daughter Kiran said. Sehgal would be cremated on Friday at 11 AM at the Lodhi Road crematorium. Sehgal, a vivacious personality, started her career as a dancer with Uday Shankar in 1935.
She had appeared in many Bollywood films as a character actor as well as in English language films besides television series and plays. Often called the grand old lady of Bollywood, she last appeared in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Saawariya" in 2007. A Padma Shri awardee, she also received the Padma Vibhshan in 2010. She starred in films like "Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam", "Dil Se" and "Cheeni Kum" (with Amitabh Bachchan). She was a member of the Indian People's Theatre Association and in 1946 debuted in its first film production "Dharti Ke Lal", which dealt with the Bengal famine.