RPSC Research Assistant exam: Admit cards released, download them here

The Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) on Wednesday issued the admit card for Research Assistant examination 2016 that will be held on August 24, 2017 between 10am and 1pm. Steps to download the RPSC Research Exam 2016 admit cards: 1) Go to RPSC’s official website 2) Click on link for ‘Admit card for Research Assistan exam 2016’ 3) Enter application ID, date of birth and captcha code on the login page that opens 4) Click on Submit 5) Admit card will be displayed on the screen 7) Take a print-out and…

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Tamil Nadu board HSC June 2017 result declared, check them here

Tamil Nadu’s directorate of government examinations has declared the results of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) or Class 12 June examination 2017. Steps to check Tamil Nadu Board HSC June exam result: 1) Visit website of Tamil Nadu’s directorate of government examinations ) Click on link for HSC June 2017 – Provisional Mark Sheet for Candidates 3) Key in desired details on login page that opens (Registration number, Date of birth and captcha code) 4) Click on view result 5) Result will be displayed on the screen 6) Download result on…

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MH CET law admissions 2017: Admit cards released, download them here

The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra on Tuesday released the admit cards of candidates for the Common Entrance Test (MH CET) for admission to three and five years law degree courses in the state. The Directorate of Higher Education, Maharashtra on Tuesday released the admit cards of candidates for the Common Entrance Test (MH CET) for admission to three and five years law degree courses in the state. The candidates will admitted to all government, government-aided, university departments, university managed institutes and un-aided colleges in Maharashtra offering these courses. Candidates…

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Scientists Strap Down Ants And Shave Them

Scientists have strapped down and shaved ants as part of their quest to find out how one species stays cool in the scorching Saharan desert. The Saharan silver ant manages to survive in midday temperatures of up to 50C, while other creatures take shelter. Because they are covered in tiny hairs, scientists thought that the thin downy layer was protecting them from the Sun’s rays. To test their theory, they shaved some of the ants to see how they fared in the baking heat. They found that the hairy ants…

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