DTE Maharashtra CAP round 3 allotment 2017: Vacant seats list to release at dtemaharashtra.gov.in

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Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra will release the list of vacant seats available for CAP round 3 today. Candidates who have applied for admission to various engineering courses in the state can check the official website to check how many seats are available and at various colleges.

The directorate had on July 25 released the provisional allotment list for CAP round 3 and had directed those who qualified to report to the ARC from July 25 and July 28 to confirm their seats. The admission process started in June for about 1.3 lakh engineering and 36,000 pharmacy seats after the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) class 12 results were declared.

The allotment list for admission to these seats are prepared based on the results of Maharashtra Health and Technical Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2017. Read | DTE Maharashtra releases engineering CAP round 3 allotment list 2017, click here

Steps to download DTE Maharashtra CAP 3 engineering allotment 2017 vacant seat list:

– Go to the official website for DTE Maharashtra (dtemaharashtra.gov.in)

– Click on the link for the CAP 3 engineering allotment 2017 vacant seat list.

– Download the results and take a print out for further reference.

Telangana DOST phase 3 allotment 2017: Last date to apply extended to August 3

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The Degree Online Services, Telangana (DOST) has announced that the last date to register for the third phase of the allotment has been extended to 5 pm on August 3, 2017. Candidates who wish to appear for the exam can apply for the same from the official website.

“Students who have registered already in Phase-I or II can directly access web options for participating in Phase-III,” an official notification said, adding that students who have participated in the previous rounds need not fill the application forms and will be required to pay Rs 100.

The seat allotment process will take place on August 4, 2017 and candidates who have been allotted seats in this round will be required to report to their respective colleges/institutes from August 4 to August 11, 2017.

Steps to apply for Telangana DOST phase 3 allotment 2017:

Step 1: Go to the official website for Telangana DOST (dost.cgg.gov.in).

Step 2: Follow the links provided to apply.

Step 3: Fill in your details in the fields provided and submit your application.

Step 4: Download your allotment application and keep a copy for further reference.

Parents, beware. 3 hours of TV daily may up risk of diabetes in your kids

Being glued to television or video games for more than three hours a day may put your children at increased risk of developing diabetes.

Parents, take note! Being glued to television or video games for more than three hours a day may put your children at increased risk of developing diabetes, a study warns. Researchers found that both adiposity, which describes total body fat, and insulin resistance, which occurs when cells fail to respond to insulin, were affected by longer hours of watching television and using computers.

“Our findings suggest that reducing screen time may be beneficial in reducing type 2 diabetes risk factors, in both boys and girls, from an early age,” said Claire Nightingale, research fellow at St George’s, University of London in the UK.

Researchers based their findings on a sample of nearly 4,500 nine to 10-year-old pupils from 200 primary schools in London, Birmingham and Leicester. The children were assessed for a series of metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors, including blood fats, insulin resistance, fasting blood glucose levels, blood pressure and body fat.

Around a third of the children spent less than an hour of screen time a day, but 28% of the children said they clocked up one to two hours; 13% said their tally was two to three hours; and 18% said they spent more than three hours looking at screens every day.

The study noted that there was a trend between levels of screen time and higher levels of leptin, the hormone that controls appetite. (Shutterstock )

Trends emerged between screen time and ponderal index – an indicator of weight in relation to height, and skinfolds thickness and fat mass index – indicators of total body fat. Researchers found that these levels were all higher in children reporting more than three hours of daily screen time than in those who said they spent an hour or less on it.

The team also noted that there was a strong trend between levels of screen time and higher levels of leptin, the hormone that controls appetite, and insulin resistance. The trends remained significant even after taking account of potentially influential factors, including physical activity levels, researchers said.

3 BRIDAL HAIR TRENDS TO LOVE THIS YEAR

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ACCESSORISE

Big is back! We are seeing super sized vines, tiaras and even bobby pins that are more like balloons! Whatever you choose to wear in your hair, make sure that you take it with you to your hair trial and ask your stylist to take photographs from every angle.

3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

@wilddaisy.de

 

BRAIDED UP-DO

Braids are very much ‘the’ thing in 2017. Best worn loose or wrapped around the back, the mark of a good bridal hair specialist is how well they can plait! Boho to oh-so chic – braids are definitely the in thing…

3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

@kristinaagasperasmua

3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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BRAIDS & FISHTAILS

On our recent cover-shoot we watched bridal hair expert Michael Gray perfect the fishtail with a bit of teasing and a bit of back-combing action. Even if your hair is quite short, hair pieces can mean that you too, can rock this look!

3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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3 Bridal Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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3 Bridal Hair Trends To Love This Year.

 

HAIR DOWN

There will always be brides who simply want to let it flow, with gorgeous glossy locks tumbling down around their shoulders. Perfect curls are hard to achieve, but a good hair stylist will know how to create them, and give them staying power!

 

3 Bridal-worthy Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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3 Bridal Hair Trends To Love This Year.

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3 Bridal Hair Trends To Love This Year.

 

Bengali Sweet Paradise in Delhi's CR Park: 3 Must-Visit Places

Bengali cuisine is one of the most versatile cuisines in the melting pot of unique regional dishes that every state in India offers. Trying to find something authentic away from the homeland is always difficult, but there’s a Bengali hub in Delhi that recreates similar magic and will not leave you disappointed. Whether it is a subtle fish curry or a fried mutton cutlet or a soothing sweet treat, Delhi has learnt to relish and embrace the innate bengali-ness of all these dishes. You may have heard of the Bengali paradise by now and if you haven’t it exists in Delhi’s Chittranjan Park (CR Park). You’ll find everything here, from Kolkata’s famous street foods like puchka to the all-time favourite mishti doiand everything in between. For now, we’ll try to satisfy the sweet spot on our tongue.

Bengali Sweet Paradise in Delhi's CR Park: 3 Must-Visit Places
The first sweet shop is the beloved Annapurna Sweets

, which happens to be very famous for its Rosogullas and Mishti Doi. Every time you pass it, you can smell the sweet fragrance of sugar in the air. We suggest you try their Kheer Kodom which is a khoya dumpling stuffed with a rasgulla!

Your next stop should be Kamala Sweets

. We recommend the Sandesh here. They have a wide variety of Sandesh to choose from which also includes flavours like strawberry and chocolate giving a modern twist to the traditional one. We absolutely loved the Jal Bhara Sandesh that was perfect for people who do not like their desserts too sweet. The unusual litchi-flavoured Sandesh was definitely an interesting one out of the whole lot we tasted.

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Finally, you must not leave without paying a visit to Rasoraj Sweets

. We found this while looking for ‘shingaras’ which is a Bengali version of a samosa that also has a sweet variety. The shingara was good, but the rosogulla here is the recommended sweet. It is different because of the use of jaggery, the famous ‘Nolen Gur’ from Bengal and is also available in a baked variety which is essentially a baked rasgulla frozen with rasmalai.  

Also, their crisp kachori is the perfect way to start an evening (especially if you are grabbingchaifrom the nearby Raju Da’s Singing Tree).

Being foodies with a sweet tooth, we have hunted down many sweet shops but nothing beats the Bengali treasure that we happened to have stumbled upon in Chittranjan Park.

NEET admissions: 3 cases of students submitting fake marksheets raise alarm

Ahead of the online allotment of MBBS and BDS seats in NEET counselling on July 21, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, has issued an advisory to colleges to ensure that result marksheets that candidates submit are checked against the original document available on the CBSE website.

The move comes after the varsity detected three fake forged marksheets submitted to it with marks inflated on Tuesday. The varsity has uploaded the merit list and students who had forged the NEET were foolhardy enough to approach the varsity claiming that the merit list had mistakes, a senior official with the varsity said.

“A female candidate who scored 477 marks in NEET approached us on Tuesday with a forged marksheet that recorded her marks at 577. She created a scene in the admission office, claiming that the merit list was wrong. On verification, the marksheet was found to be fabricated. When confronted, she fled. Students must refrain from such tricks,” the official added. Two similar cases were also reported on Tuesday.

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Now, the BFUHS has issued strict instructions to colleges to verify the NEET-2017 marks of candidates and not rely on the hand out results submitted by the students.

“NEET-2017 marks of the candidates should be verified by original login on computer from the website cbse.neet.nic.in. This should be minutely matched and verified with the result card of the exam that candidates submit,” the university’s note adds.

BFUHS V-C Dr Raj Bahadur said, “Before allotting a seat, the eligibility of each candidate shall be verified. In case, somebody submits a forged certificate, he/she will be in trouble as the documents will be again verified. We will report the cases to the police and seek the registration of a FIR.”

Meanwhile, of 9,200 students who applied for admission, 3,000 had submitted their online preferences of colleges till Tuesday.

Officials said students should consider the seats matrix uploaded at the website of the university as that will help them to decide their preference of college.

This Website Is Selling All Its Beauty Products For $3

If you love to whip out your Urban Decay Naked Palette and Glossier Boy Brow on the subway for strangers to gawk at, this beauty brand is not for you. But if you couldn’t give a shit about what your products look like — as long as they work and stay within your budget — we’ve got some good news. Enter: Brandless.

Brandless is a website that exclusively sells its own manufactured products in all categories for $3 — no more, no less. The private label sells everything from food to home goods, but there’s also a solid beauty section we can’t ignore.
On the site you can find facial lotion, lip balm, hand cream, body lotion, hand soap, cotton rounds, and cotton balls all for the same low, low price of $3. Sure, the variety is lacking, but rumor has it the website is only getting started, so the range is only going to get more expansive. Even better, most of the products — including food — are organic, gluten free, GMO-free, and rid of every harsh chemical in the book (see ya sulfates and phthalates).
Sounds too good to be true, right? We don’t disagree. The cheap price comes with some suspicion. Since it’s a private label, online-only brand it’s able to forego what the brand calls a BrandTax. Brandless explains this as “the hidden costs you pay for a national brand. We’ve been trained to believe these costs increase quality, but they rarely do.” And while the answer is a bit vague and raises even more questions (how can safe, simple products be made at such an absurdly low price?) we’re eager to find out more.
We’ve reached out to the brand for more information and will update this story as soon as we find out more. And we’ll be testing the products in the coming weeks to give you our unfiltered opinion on them.

DHE Odisha plus 3 admissions on basis of second list begin today, check details here

Odisha’s Department of Higher Education (DHE) has released selection list number two for plus three college admissions. To check the list, go to dheodisha.gov.in. Admissions for the degree programmes have begun today.

After receiving intimation of the admissions from DHE on their mobile phones students making it to the second list will have to report to allotted colleges today and tomorrow (July 13 and 14). Colleges will also display the names of the selected candidates on their notice boards.

After receiving intimation of the admissions from DHE on their mobile phones students qualifying in the second list will have to report to allotted colleges today and tomorrow (July 13 and 14)

The third list for admissions is expected on July 18. Students can also call 155335 or 1800-345-6770 (toll free) to confirm if they have been shortlisted, various agency reports have said

How to check your results

Go to dheosdisha.gov.in.

Click on+3 result 2017 link.

Key in your registration number, password, date of birth.

Check your allotment