Kerala polytechnic trial allotment, rank list 2017: The Department of Technical Education (DTE) Kerala has released the trail allotment rank list and allotment details for admission to polytechnic institutions in the state. Candidates who have applied for admission to Kerala polytechnic institutes can check the trial rank list from the official website.
Students can also appeal to revise their submitted options by 4 pm on July 16, 2017. The final rank list and first allotment will be published on the site on July 18 this year. Read | Kerala plus one supplementary allotment date announced, check result on Saturday, click here
Trial allotment/provisional rank list- July 12
Last date to revise options- July 16
Final rank list/first allotment- July 18
Last date fot reporting through first allotment-July 21
Second allotment- July 25
Third allotment- July 31
Fourth allotment- August 5
Classes begin- July 31
The DTE also mentioned in the prospectus for admission to Polytechnics that uniforms are compulsory. A combination of golden yellow shirt with black pants will be required to be worn and girls will be allowed to wear black churidars with golden yellow tops and black waist coats. Candidate will be selected based on the grading in SSLC/THSLC or equivalent exams.
Steps to check Kerala polytechnic trial allotment rank list 2017:
– Go to the official website for polytechnic admissions (polyadmission.org)
– Click on “Trial allotment details” or “Trial rank details”.
NEET Maharashtra provisional merit list 2017: The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) Maharashtra has released the provisional merit list for undergraduate courses through the state quota of the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) 2017. Candidates who have cleared the exam and have applied for allotment can check their result from the official website.
The names of about 50,623 candidates have made it to the list which contains details like their roll numbers and NEET ranks. Document verification for these candidates will take place from July 15 to July 21. Read | NEET 2017: MCC to release allotment result on July 15, last date to lock choice, click here
“The Candidate must report to the respective Regional Centre personally at the specified time and date along-with all the relevant original documents and one set of photocopies as mentioned in the Information Brochure NEET-UG 2017,” DMER said in a notice.
Steps to check NEET Maharashtra provisional merit list 2017:
Step 1: Go to the official website of DMER (dmer.org).
Step 2: Click on “Provisional State Merit List of NEET UG-2017 Dated 12/07/2017”.
Step 3: Scroll down the list to locate your name and roll number.
Step 4: Download the result and take a print out for further reference.
PU CET provisional merit list 2017: Panjab University (PU) will release the provisional merit list for admission to its courses through the Common Entrance Test (PU CET) 2017 on Tuesday. Candidates who have appeared for the exam and have applied for admissions through PU CET, can check the provisional list in the evening on July 18.
The university will also release the seat allocation list for the first online counselling round on Tuesday. Those who have been selected would be required to report to their respective departments based on the seat allocation list from July 19 to 21, 2017.
The next round of allotments will begin from August 1. Only those who have submitted their forms by July 7 are eligible for admissions to various courses at the university from the academic term of 2017-18.
Steps to download PU CET provisional merit list 2017:
Step 1: Go to the official website for PU CET (cetug.puchd.ac.in).
Step 2: Click on the notification for the provisional merit list which will be available on the main page.
Step 3: Enter your details like your roll number in the fields provided.
Step 4: Download the merit list and take a print out of the results for further reference.
Earlier this week, a software update addressing the red-tint issue affecting the display on Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones began rolling out in some European countries. The fix, weighing in at 426MB introduced additional Adaptive Display mode options, providing users the ability to adjust color balance and white tones around the edges of the screen.
Now, it appears that over-the-air updates are being distributed to both handsets on T-Mobile to solve the problem. These updates, with the sole enhancement listed as being ‘Reddish display fix’, will bring the baseband version up to G950USQU1AQDE and G955USQU1AQDE for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ respectively.
According to T-Mobile’s support pages for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ users can expect to download under 150MB to obtain the update. However, users should ensure that their device has at least 50% battery charge before proceeding with the update.
With T-Mobile seemingly first out of the blocks in the country, it can only be hoped that other carriers in the US and around the world are not too far behind in releasing the fix to their customers.
It was at WWDC 2017 conference that Apple announced its new iOS software version iOS 11 and boy it was something exciting as it brought several new features and functionalities with it.
Well, if you have been waiting eagerly to try out the new software version and its features then there is some good news for you. The Cupertino-based tech giant is now releasing the first public beta version of iOS 11 for everyone. Also, it means that you can now download the update and experience the features hands-on. The download is free. Basically, the upgrade will take the software version to iOS 11 from your existing iOS 10.3.2 installation. The good thing here is that Apple has made it simple for you to downgrade back to the more stable iOS if you face any problems with iOS 11 or encounter a lot of bugs. But that is is the point of the beta versions. It’s usually to find the bugs as well as test new features on a large group of users. And while the company has released this version, we will be seeing a few more beta updates in the coming days.
On the other hand, if you are planning to install this iOS beta update then make sure to back up all the data if you are using your primary smartphone. However, it is best advised that you should install the iOS beta on any other testing iPhone or iPad. This way, even if the smartphone crashes your data will be safe. How to get the new update? In any case, if you want to try out the new iOS 11 features then you can visit this website and register your compatible iOS device for the Beta program. So once you are done with all the formalities, you can update iOS like a normal software update. Well, you will have to install a configuration or public beta profile on your device. The instructions are provided by Apple. Then, you’ll have to go to the Settings app and update to iOS 11 Public Beta 1. It is mostly the same iOS 11 Beta 2 that developers got last week.
Finally, you will need to reboot your device and that’s it. You are ready to use the new iOS 11. So if you have downloaded the new beta update do let us know about the new features and what are the changes that you see.