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CSIR NET 2022 Application Form Release Date Most Likely To Be Nov 4th Week, Here’s Why

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National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued a public notice on the official website csirnet.nta.nic.in announcing the CSIR NET 2022 exam date. Accordingly, the Council of Industrial and Scientific Research National Eligibility Test (CSIR NET) 2022 examination is going to be conducted on January 29, 2022. Following this date, two more rounds of the exam will be conducted. Apart from this, NTA has not provided any details about the exam. Hence, candidates are wondering about the release of CSIR NET 2022 application release date, registration deadline, etc.

Naturally, looking at the past-year records is the only way to predict a tentative CSIR NET 2022 application form release date. Based on the events of last 5 years, the application form is expected to release by the last week of November 2021 or first week of December 2021. Authorities would want candidates to get maximum time to apply for the eligibility test.

In 2020, the CSIR NET registration began on March 16 and continued till May 31. Initially, the exam was scheduled to be conducted on June 21, 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the exam was rescheduled to November 19, 21, and 26, 2020. Registration was reopened and continued till September 10, 2020. Going by this schedule, the CSIR NET 2022 registration is likely to begin in the last week of November or the first week of December 2021.

In 2019, the CSIR NET registration process began on September 09 on the official website csirnet.nta.nic.in and continued till October 09. Thereafter, the exam was conducted on December 15, 2019. Looking at this sequence of events, candidates can clearly see a gap of more than three months between registration commencement and exam conduction. Given the CSIR NET 2022 exam date announced, a three-month gap is not possible.

A similar sequence of events happened in 2018 when the CSIR NET application process began on September 25. Registrations continued on the official website csirhrdg.res.in till October 17, 2018. Later on, almost two months later, the entrance exam was held on December 16, 2018. Here again, there’s almost a three-month gap between the commencement of registration and the conduction of the exam.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CSIR NET 2021 schedule was delayed, forcing a reduced time gap between the last date of registration (extended) and the exam date. With the NTA planning on conducting the CSIR NET 2022 exam in January 2022 itself, candidates can expect a shorter time gap again. They shall receive more clarity once NTA releases the 2022 schedule.

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Yogesh-Aditi Prabhudeva starrer ‘Ombattane Dikku’ gets a release date, to clash with ‘Love You Racchu’ | Kannada Movie News

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Director Dayal Padmanabhan’s upcoming venture ‘Ombattane Dikku’ is all set to hit the screens on the 31st of December. The film will clash with ‘Love You Racchu’, starring Ajai Rao and Rachita Ram, at the box office as the new year’s promises to be more exciting for the fans.

Along with Yogesh and Aditi Prabhudeva, the main cast also includes veterans Ramesh Bhat, Sai Kumar, Sampath Kumar, and comedian Prashanth Siddi. Manikanth Kadri has composed the soundtrack while D Pictures, in association with K9 studios and G Cinemas, has produced the film.

Both Yogesh and Aditi Prabhudeva have a long line of projects ahead of them and will be seen working with a wide range of filmmakers on their upcoming pursuits. Yogesh will be playing a key role in the much-awaited gangster saga ‘Head Bush’ and has also reunited with his ‘Sidlingu’ director Vijaya Prasad for ‘Parimala Lodge’.

Aditi Prabhudeva, on the other hand, has a slew of films either up for release or currently in the making. Along with films like ‘Old Monk’, ‘Tothapuri’, and others, Aditi will also star in films like ‘Aana’, ‘Andodittu Kaala’ (with Vinay Rajkumar), ‘Tribble Riding’ (with Ganesh), and ‘Mafia’ (with Prajwal Devaraj).

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Bengaluru hospital chief sacked after bodies of COVID-19 victims found 15 months later

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The bodies were recovered on November 26, at a cold storage at the ESIC hospital, when workers went there for cleaning.

After two bodies of COVID-19 victims were found rotting at ESIC Hospital in Bengaluru, the Ministry of Labour on Wednesday, December 1, removed Dr Jeetendra Kumar JM, the director professor and dean of the hospital at RajajiNagar, and appointed Dr Renuka Ramaiah in his place.

According to hospital sources, a 40-year old woman and a man in his early 50s were admitted in Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Hospital with coronavirus in June 2020 during the first wave of the pandemic, and died a few days later in the following month. Since then, their bodies were kept in the mortuary as the final rites were not performed for unknown reasons.

As per COVID-19 protocol, their bodies were supposed to be cremated by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) as the bodies of the victims as bodies were not given to the families at that time.  The ESI hospital’s old mortuary has six cold storages for storing bodies. However, during the spike in COVID-19 deaths, it had become difficult for the hospital authorities and a new mortuary had been constructed by the Karnataka government, which was inaugurated in December, 2020. As the new mortuary started functioning, these two bodies remained in freezers at the old mortuary due to negligence.

The family of the victims were misled into believing that the last rites of the bodies were performed whereas the corpses were left to rot in the morgue for over 15 months. After a section of the media reported the matter, the family came to know about the callousness of the hospital authorities. It was only on Sunday that the family came to know that the highly decomposed bodies were lying in the hospital.

The order issued by the ESIC headquarters said, “Dr Jeetendra Kumar J M, Director Professor, General Medicine, Dean, in charge in the ESIC MC&PGIMSR, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru is directed to handover the charge to Dr Renuka Ramaiah, Director Professor and report to ESIC Headquarters on December 2 positively in public interest.”

Read: Dead bodies of two COVID patients in Bengaluru found in mortuary 15 months later

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