Supreme Court Final Year Exams Decision: No degrees without exam, Supreme Court upholds UGC's positionSupreme court final year exams decision final judgment on UGC Exam Guidelines and final year university exams 2020 has been announced. While the apex court has allowed the states to cancel the examinations under the Disaster Management Act, it's upheld that the ultimate year university examinations are mandatory. States cannot promote students without an examination, the court has ruled. Join our CAT online course here
New Updates on SC Final Year Exams DecisionSpeaking on the SC verdict on the UGC Guidelines, experts and states from the industry have called it the proper decision.
Maharashtra Government Update on Final Year Exams in the stateMumbai: "A six-member committee headed by an administrator of Mumbai University Dr. Suhas Pednekar has also been formed to offer recommendations about the way to conduct examinations", said Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. Chief Minister has also asked his ministry to conduct examinations with utmost precaution and during a simplified manner, Mr. Samant added... Maharashtra Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant on Saturday said that a choice about modalities of final year examinations are going to be announced on Monday. On Friday, the Supreme Court held that students of the final year can't be promoted without holding examinations."We will announce our first decision on Monday about how we are getting to conduct examinations of scholars in the final year of graduation and post-graduation courses," Mr. Samant told reporters. "Students' safety is paramount and decisions would be taken without compromising on safety," he said. The Shiv Sena-led Maharashtra Government was against holding examinations on the bottom of coronavirus situation. But the state will respect the Supreme Court's decision, Samant had said on Friday. He also appealed that misleading reports about examination schedules shouldn't be spread, and therefore the government will announce dates at the proper time.
West Bengal may hold final year exams before Durga Puja: CMChief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee informed on August 28 that her government was weighing options to carry the ultimate year college and university exams before Durga Puja in October 2020. Vice-Chancellors of varied state universities have said that they're going to await advisories from West Bengal education department before going ahead with any decision to hold final semester college and university exams by October before the Durga Puja Courses offered by IIMs - MBA, PGP, EPG, PGP-FABM, PDGHRM, PGPPM, etc.
Education Minister welcomes SC's decision to conduct final year examsUnion Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' said that politics must be kept far away from education and welcomed the Supreme Court's decision to uphold UGC guidelines on conducting final year exams for university students. "I heartily welcome the choice taken by the Supreme Court with reference to the ultimate year exams. Let's keep politics far away from education and educate our politics," he said
We respect the decision on Final year exams: Yuva SenaThe Yuva Sena said it respects theSupreme Court's decision regarding holding the ultimate year university examinations and said that it had approached the apex court for the health and well-being of scholars. "The SC has reiterated that it's up to the respective state governments to make a decision on when and the way to carry examinations, not at the insistence of the September 30 deadline of the UGC," said Yuva Sena Secretary Varun Sardesai.
Ms. Neeti Sharma, Senior VP Team LeaseShe said, "The supreme court verdict mandating final examinations may be a positive move because it will make sure that lakhs of scholars don’t miss out a year. Given the present pandemic situation, it's good that SC has allowed flexibility to conduct exams, and therefore the ideal way forward would be to optimally use online platforms for conducting examinations and virtual meetings for vivas. a serious task here for colleges would be to enable both educators and students to quickly and seamlessly transition to those digital platforms.”
SC Final Decision on UGC Case - Verdict Explained
- Prayer for quashing the UGC revised guidelines of July 6, 2020, and office memorandum of July 6, 2020, is REFUSED
- Decisions taken by State Disaster Management authorities under the disaster management act shall prevail over the UGC guidelines as regards the deadline of September 30, 2020, for conducting the ultimate exams.
- Decision taken by state disaster management authorities to market the ultimate year students on the idea of previous semester/ year results and internal assessments is beyond the jurisdiction/ powers under the DM Act and has got to subside to the UGC guidelines.
- Final semester/ year students can't be promoted without the ultimate exams.
- Any state/ Union Territory cannot hold the ultimate semester/ year exam, they mist write to UGC to push the deadline of September 30, 2020, and apply for an extension, which shall be considered by the UGC expeditiously.
UGC Case in Supreme Court: Key points
- Petitioners argued that the ultimate year examinations should be canceled because the situation isn't conducive.
- 4 states had replied to the petitions, stating that they might not allow the examinations to be conducted because the coronavirus cases within the state were increasing rapidly
- UGC had contested that the States don't have the authority to cancel the examination.
- As degrees are granted by UGC, it had argued that as per the statute, UGC is well within its right to order the examinations. As for the Disaster Management Act, the counsel argued that the Central Government takes precedence over the government.
- UGC had further stated that while the states can invite the examinations to be postponed, however, no degrees are often awarded without conducting any examination.
IIM Ranchi recently completed is final placement process of MBA batch 2018-2020. A total of 248 students participated in IIM Ranchi placement session which witnessed 92 first time recruiters. Over 100 companies had participated in the placement process and highest CTC offer of Rs 22.37 lakh per annum (MBA). This year, international offer was made of Rs 59.36 lakh per annum (MBA). To the MBA batch of 2018-2020 over 94 companies made 181 offers to the students . Function-wise maximum offers were made in Sales & Marketing (41%) followed by Finance (19%), Operations (16%) IT & Analytics (15 %) and Strategy & Consulting (9 %). In MBA, top profiles included Campaign Manager, Territory Sales Manager, Agile Sales, Brand Manager, B2B Sales, Business Strategist, Strategic Advisory, IT Consulting, Management Consulting, Account Management, Asset Management, Corporate Banking, Wealth Management, Investment Analyst, Retail Banking, Supply Chain Management, Customer Success Manager, Project Management, Strategic Sourcing & Procurement, Operations Management. Top companies which hired MBA graduates are Amazon, Kotak, Maruti Suzuki, Godrej, FSS, Trendence, IDFC, Infosys, RPG, Muthoot, Emami, TVS, ACC, KPMG, Cognizant, Siemens, ICICI Bank, Deloitte, Tata Motors, Tata Steel, Vedanta, Capgemini, HSBC, IBM, Yes Bank, RBL Bank, Tech Mahindra, ICICI Prudential, BiralSoft, JP Morgan Chase and Jindal Steel & Power among others. MBA Highlights
|Domain||Highest CTC||Average CTC|
|Sales & Marketing||Rs 59.37 LPA||Rs 15.01 LPA|
|IT & Analytics||Rs 16.21 LPA||Rs 13.11 LPA|
|Finance||Rs 20.37 LPA||Rs 16.03 LPA|
|Operations||Rs 20.37 LPA||Rs 15.57 LPA|
|Strategy & Consulting||Rs 22.37 LPA||Rs 16.36 LPA|
IIM Ranchi Placements 2020: MBA HRThe MBA HR batch of IIM Ranchi were offered jobs by 42 companies with 21 of them being first time recruiters. The highest CTC offered to MBA HR student stood at Rs 26.50 lakh per annum while the average CTC offer stood at Rs 14.55 lakh per annum. Top profiles included Compensation & Benefits, HR Analytics, HR Business Partner, HR Consultant, HR Operations, Industrial Relations, Learning & Development, Performance Management and Talent Acquisition. IIM Ranchi Placements 2020 vs 2019 vs 2018 IIM Ranchi witness a dip in salary figures in 2019 from 2018. Highest CTC fell from Rs 30 lakh per annum in 2018 to Rs 21 lakh per annum in 2019. Similarly, the average CTC offered in 2019 was lower than 2018. The institute however, has made a recovery in 2020 placement. Check the table below for salary data (MBA) of last three years.
|Highest International CTC||Rs 59.36 LPA||Rs 58 LPA||Rs 57 LPA|
|Highest Domestic CTC||Rs 22.37 LPA||Rs 21 LPA||Rs 30 LPA|
|Average CTC||Rs 15.11 LPA||Rs 14.52 LPA||Rs 15.09 LPA|
|Median CTC||Rs 14.82 LPA||Rs 13.57 LPA||Rs 14.75 LPA|
|Top 25% CTC||Rs 18.54 LPA||Rs 15.60 LPA||--|
The Supreme Court docket ruling favouring ‘reservation inside reservation’ for these castes and lessons inside SCs/STs/OBCs which haven’t benefited and continued to languish is in step with its numerous orders wherein it favoured re-examination of the prevailing coverage to make sure that advantages of the quota system attain to the individuals who want it. A five-judge bench of Justices Arun Mishra, Indira Banerjee, Vineet Saran, M R Shah and Aniruddha Bose mentioned preferential therapy of sure lessons and castes inside the reserved classes is the necessity of the hour as the advantages of reservation aren’t percolating right down to the “neediest and poorest of poor”. The Supreme Court docket has, in current occasions, has favoured modifications in reservation coverage in order that the advantages aren’t usurped by a number of teams inside a selected class. A Structure bench of the apex court docket had in April held that lists of SCs, STs and OBCs for offering reservation aren’t “sacrosanct and unalterable”. It steered that beneficiaries needs to be revised by the federal government by eradicating those that have turn into prosperous through the years and including those that stay needy and require help. It had that mentioned advantages of reservation have been being availed by some communities during the last 70 years they usually have turn into effectively off economically and socially. It mentioned advantages had not trickled right down to all sections and there may be dissatisfaction inside the ‘reserved’ class which might be addressed by revising the checklist. “Now there’s a cry inside the reserved lessons. By now, there are affluents and socially and economically superior lessons inside Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. There’s voice by disadvantaged individuals for social upliftment of a few of the Scheduled Castes and Tribes, however they nonetheless don’t allow advantages to trickle right down to the needy. Thus, there’s a battle inside, as to worthiness for entitlement inside reserved lessons of SCs, STs and different backward lessons,” the court docket had mentioned. Agreeing with the contentions that the federal government is required to revise the lists, the court docket had mentioned, “It may be performed presently with out disturbing the proportion of reservation in order that advantages trickle right down to the needy.” Giving it ruling on Thursday, the bench mentioned, “The insufficient illustration is the fulcrum of the provisions of Article 16(4). In our opinion, it might be open to the State to offer on a rational foundation the preferential therapy by fixing affordable quota out of reserved seats to make sure satisfactory illustration in companies. Reservation is a really efficient device for emancipation of the oppressed class. The profit by and enormous will not be percolating right down to the neediest and poorest of the poor.” Also read: https://catking.in/reservations-at-iims/
2. IIM Bangalore
IIM Bangalore final placements 2020 saw 100% hiring across various domains including Consulting, Finance, Sales & Marketing and E-Commerce. 428 students of MBA batch were placed during the three-day IIM Bangalore placement process 2020 in which maximum offers (147) were made by Consulting firms. Average domestic CTC offered stood at Rs 26.18 lakh per annum and average international CTC stood at Rs 32.10 lakh per annum.
IIM Bangalore Placements 2020: Highlights
IIM Bangalore Placements: 2020 vs 2019 vs 2018
IIM Bangalore has witnessed steady rise in the average compensation offered to MBA batch in the past three years but the international compensation has declined. The average international CTC offered in 2020 placements is the lowest compared to previous two years. Take a look at the salary comparison of past three years in the table below.
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3. IIM Calcutta
IIM Calcutta placement process for the 2018-2020 MBA batch recorded an average salary offer of Rs 27.90 lakh per annum. The top 10% of the class bagged lucrative offers with a salary package of Rs 54.50 lakh per annum. The average package stood at Rs 41.80 lakh per annum while the median salary was Rs 25.50 lakh per annum. The highest salary offer stood at Rs 80 lakh per annum, which was made in Finance and Sales & Marketing. The General Management sector recorded the highest salary offer of Rs 50 lakh per annum.
IIM Calcutta Placement Highlights: 2020 Vs 2019
IIM Calcutta placements 2020 witnessed a median salary of Rs 25.5 lakh. A few more highlights for the year 2020 are mentioned in the table below with a comparison to 2019:
4. Faculty of management studies
The final placement session at Faculty Of Management Studies (FMS Delhi) concluded on a mixed note with 100% of students getting placed. While the average salary package for this season rose to 23.20 LPA from 21.1 LPA (last year), the highest package saw a dip as it has gone down to 48 LPA from 54 LPA. From a batch size of 216, 198 students participated in the placement process while the rest 18 preferred to sign out of the placement process. The achievement in FMS placement 2019 was the sharp rise in the average salary for women students as it went up at 25.10 LPA this year from 22.6 LPA last year.
A few prominent recruiters include Amway, Asian Paints, BMW, Accenture Strategy, American Express, OYO, Airtel, Axis Bank, Infoedge, Paytm, Uber, Tata Sky, Tech Mahindra among others.
FMS Placement Highlights 2019
5. IIM Lucknow
IIM Lucknow completed the final placement process of its 34th batch of MBA program with 100 percent placement. The highest salary offered this year is Rs 54 LPA. The international salary offer this year stood at Rs 58.47 LPA. This is the first time that IIM Lucknow has revealed salary data in their placement report.
Top companies which participated in the placement process include Accenture, Amazon, American Express, Asian Paints, AT Kearney, Avendus Capital, Axis Capital, Bain & Co, Citi, Colgate Palmolive, Deloitte, Ernst and Young, Flipkart, Goldman Sachs, ICICI Bank, Investec, ITC and Uber among others.
IIM Lucknow Placements 2020: Highlights
These are the top 5 B-Schools in India with the best placements.
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Top 5 B-schools in India with the best placements:The top 5 B-Schools in India with the best placements are as follows :
- IIM Ahmedabad
|Highest Domestic CTC||TBA||Rs 70 LPA||Rs 72 LPA|
|Highest International CTC||TBA||Rs 83.51 LPA||Rs 66 LPA|
|Average Domestic CTC||TBA||Rs 25.83 LPA||Rs 22 LPA|
|Top recruiting company||McKinsey (27 offers)||Accenture Strategy (24 offers)||Accenture Strategy (18 offers)|
|Total number of firms participated||153||139||125|
|Total number of offers made||182||184||150|
|Top recruiting sector||Consulting||Consulting||Consulting|
|First time recruiters||Blackstone Group, Colgate, DaytoDay Health, Diageo, FIITJEE, HCL Technologies and Strategy||SAIF Partners, Russell Reynolds, Etihad Airways, OLAM, United Breweries||KPMG, Grofers, Walmart, Basix, ITC Agri|
|Average international CTC||Rs 32.10 LPA|
|Median international CTC||Rs 26 LPA|
|Average domestic CTC||Rs 26.18 LPA|
|Median domestic CTC||Rs 25 LPA|
|Number of companies participated||120|
|Average international CTC||Rs 32.10 LPA||Rs 62.30 LPA||Rs 58.20 LPA|
|Average domestic CTC||Rs 26.18 LPA||Rs 24.54 LPA||Rs 22.76 LPA|
|Particulars||Stats/Salary 2020||Stats/Salary 2019|
|Students registered for placements||444||442|
|Total recruiters participated||148||125|
|Total offers made||495 (till day 1A of final placement week)||501|
|Average package offered||Rs 27.9 LPA||Rs 25.40 LPA|
|Highest package offered||Rs 80 LPA||Rs 72 LPA|
|Total offers made||210|
|Total PPOs made||50|
|Total PPOs accepted||48|
|Total companies participated||129|
|Total companies that made offers||68|
|Average Salary||23.20 LPA|
|Highest Salary||48 LPA|
|Average CTC for top 100 students||27 LPA|
|Highest international CTC offered||Rs 58.47 LPA|
|Highest domestic CTC offered||Rs 54 LPA|
|Average CTC offered||Rs 24.25 LPA|
|Median CTC offered||Rs 23 LPA|
|Total number of recruiters||140+|
|Total number of students who participated||443|
|Total number of offers made||447|
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management (SIBM), Pune offers placements for all MBA specializations. The 2020 placements have concluded on a high note with a total of over 180 student’s participation. This year more than 90 Plus recruiters have made 186 offers to the students. The highest CTC offered was Rs 34.26 LPA belonging to the student who chose marketing as their specialization. In 2019 the highest CTC offered was 20 lakhs. The median CTC offered was Rs 18.50 lakhs per annum. Students have also accepted 87 pre-placement offers (PPO’S). The highest CTC offered to the male students was Rs 20.08 lakhs whereas to the female students it was Rs 20.27 lakhs. Average CTC for the top 50 students was Rs 27.18 lakhs. Average CTC for the 100 students was 23.59 lakhs and for the top 150 students it was Rs 21.44 lakhs. Finance branch was having the highest PPO’S. This year, more than 90 companies have participated in the placement process. Some of the top recruiters included Accenture, Dell, Airtel, Capgemini, HSBC and many more. In 2019, the average salary offered to top 50 students was Rs 27.18 LPA whereas top 100 students received an average salary package of Rs 23.59 LPA. Apart from the placements, the highest and average salary packages have also seen a rise than that in previous years. In 2018-19 batch, the highest CTC offered was Rs 29 LPA whereas this year the highest CTC went up to Rs 34. 26 LPA. Similarly, in 2019-20 batch, the average CTC offered was Rs 20.14 LPA which was Rs 17.48 LPA in the last year. SNAP COURSESThe highest salary package offered to students differs from branch to branch. Marketing students got the highest salary package of Rs 34.26 LPA whereas, the highest salary package offered to Finance students was Rs 20 LPA. Similarly, the percentage of PPOs offered varies from branch to branch. In Marketing, 46% of students got PPOs but in HR, only 24% of students got PPOs. Given below are the details regarding the branch-wise highest salary package and PPOs:
SIBM Pune Sector-Wise Placement 2020The students of SIBM have option to choose from multiple sectors, including Marketing, HR, Operations & Strategy and many more. The highest share of placement went to IT/ ITES sector with 26% placed students, followed by BFSI with 20% placement share. Given below are the details regarding sector-wise placements:
|Branch||Highest CTC (in Rs LPA)||Students Offered PPOs (in %)|
SIBM Pune Placement TrendsIn 2019 placements, more than 90 companies have participated, which was highest in the past three years. In 2018-19 batch, 83 companies have participated whereas, in 2017-18 batch, a total of 85 companies have participated. This year’s placements has also seen a rise in the number of PPOs. A total of 87 PPOs were made this year, which was 83 in the previous year. This year, more than 90 companies offered a total of 186 job offers which was 192 previous years. So, the number of offers has seen a slight drop-off as compared to the previous year. The below graph depicts the placement trends, including number of job offers and companies in the past four years:
IIMs these days have been keeping up with on its euality front and given the rising trend of students from the non-engineering backgrounds and women, one can be sure to see more representation of a diverse gender and fields. This year the proportion of girls in a 405-student batch rose to 28 percent, which was the highest. Also, the ratio of Commerce students bagging seats at IIMs was up by eight percent as compared to six per cent in the previous batch. Whereas, out of 441 students in the Class of 2021, 75 students were from the non-engineering backgrounds, an increase of about 63% in the number of non-engineers as compared to the previous year.
IIMs want more women and non-engineers!While the engineers and male students, for years, have dominated majority of the seats at one of the country’s most prestigious B-schools - Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad, things are looking different this year. The diversity quota at IIMs, which gives weightage to the background of a student and holistic profile, has given rise to more women and non-engineers, along with others from diverse backgrounds. The batch of 2020 will have a record-high number of females attending classes, according to data provided by the IIMs. Courses offered by IIMs - MBA, PGP, EPG, PGP-FABM, PDGHRM, PGPPM, etc.
46 were from Commerce
19 were from Arts & Humanities
9 were from Science
1 was from Pharma
MAH CET 2020 Counselling Procedure
Selection for admission into various undergraduate engineering courses is completed on the idea of the rank secured within the merit list of MAH CET 2020. it's important for the candidates to understand that the procedure followed for the MAH CET 2020 counselling will remain an equivalent for all the CAP rounds. inspect the procedure which will be administered during the CAP process.
Candidates got to fill within the online form for registering within the CAP counselling.
Registration for CAP includes filling within the right information and submitting correct documents.
Candidates also are allowed to fill their desired courses and institutions at the time of filling the CAP counselling form.
Candidates must carry all the first documents at the counselling venue.
Carry a group of photocopies off all the relevant documents.
After the document verification, shortlisted candidates will move for subsequent procedure initiated by the concerned authority.
Choice Filling and Seat Allotment:
Choice filling and seat allotment are initially forwarded on the alternatives made by the candidates during the shape filling process.
Availability of seat and institutions also plays a crucial role within the final locking.
However, the ultimate decision will rest within the hands of the DTE.
Candidates got to pay the counselling fee at the time form submission.
Payment are going to be made through online transaction only.
The counselling fee paid by the candidates are going to be a non-refundable amount.
Candidates falling within the general category including candidates from Maharashtra and out of doors Maharashtra got to Rs 2,000. Whereas, Rs 1,800 is that the counselling fee for the candidates within the reserved category.
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MAH CET 2020 Counselling : Check Institute-Wise Seat Allotment & Round Wise CAP ProcessDTE (Directorate of Medical Education), Maharashtra is liable for conducting the MAH CET Counselling process 2020. After declaring the results of MAH CET 2020, counselling and seat allotment is administered through a Centralized Allotment Process (CAP). To participate within the counselling process of MAH CET exam 2020, the registration process for MAH CET 2020 counselling is completed which is conducted through the web medium for all the candidates who have successfully qualified in MAH CET 2020 examination. The counselling process for MAH CET 2020 is completed on the idea of the candidate’s score within the entrance examination. The counseling for MAH CET 2020 is conducted in several rounds for the candidates. On the idea of the number of vacant seats left at the top of every round, seat allotment is completed for the candidates. The allotment of seats and admission in various colleges of Maharashtra is completed by the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) on the idea of the merit list and therefore the options filled by the candidates during the web admission form. The Centralised Admission Process( CAP) is conducted in three rounds for confirming and allotting the seats of the candidates. It must be noted by the candidates that no allotment letter is shipped to the candidates during this regard. MAH CET 2020 is a state-level entrance examination that's in online mode. All the shortlisted candidates on the idea of the MAH CET 2020 cutoff score are eligible to participate in MAH CET counseling at one among the counseling centers. Here, during this section, we've provided detailed information about MAH CET Counselling 2020, counseling schedule, step-by-step counseling process, dates, etc.
What is MAH CET CAP?The MAH CET CAP is that the Centralised Admission Process which is conducted by the State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra for admission to MBA/MMS programs offered by state institutes. The MAH CET CAP, also mentioned as Counselling, is conducted for admission to about 400 management institutes including JBIMS, SIMSREE, K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, and PUMBA. MAH CET CAP is conducted online on the official website from June to August. Candidates who shall have cleared the MAH CET 2020 exam are going to be eligible to participate within the counselling process. To participate, the candidates are going to be required to fill a web registration form and pay requisite fees.
MAH CET 2020 Counselling Procedure - Important DatesBefore participating within the counselling process of MAH CET 2020, take a glance at the important MAH CET 2020 dates that are mentioned within the table given below. By checking these dates, candidates will have a good idea about the detailed counselling schedule of MAH CET 2020 counselling process:
|CAP registrations for Registered Candidates (MAH CET)||Second week of August, 2020|
|Documents verification and confirmation of Application Form for Admission||Second week of August, 2020|
|CAP registrations for New Candidates (CMAT)||Second week of August, 2020|
|Display of provisional merit list (all categories)||Third week of September, 2020|
|Display of provisional category wise seats for CAP Round I||Third week of September, 2020|
|Display of final merit list for CAP Round I (all categories)||Third week of September, 2020|
|CAP Round 1: Online submission & confirmation of option form||Third week of September, 2020|
|Display of provisional allotment list of CAP Round I||Third week of September, 2020|
|Reporting to allotted institute and confirmation of Admission after CAP Round I||Third week of September, 2020|
|CAP Round II: Online submission & confirmation of option form||Third week of September, 2020|
|Display of provisional allotment list of CAP Round II||Fourth week of September, 2020|
|Reporting to allotted institute and confirmation of admission after CAP Round II||Fourth week of September, 2020|
|Display of provisional list of vacant seats for CAP Round III||Fourth week of September, 2020|
|Online submission & confirmation of option form of CAP Round III||Fourth week of September, 2020|
|Display of provisional allotment list of CAP Round III||Fourth week of September, 2020|
|Reporting to the ARC as per allotment of CAP Round III and confirmation of admission||Fourth week of September, 2020|
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List of Cabinet Ministers of IndiaList of Cabinet Ministers of India is one of the most important topics in the Static GK section of General Knowledge-based competitive exams. For MBA competitive exams like CMAT, XAT, IIFT, etc. one can expect at least 1 to 2 questions on Cabinet Ministers of India. Here is a list of Cabinet Ministers in India which will help you in exams. Prepare for the GK section in various MBA exams with our course specially curated for MBA exams
Who are Cabinet Ministers?The Union Council Ministers handle executive jurisdiction in the Republic of India. It consists of senior ministers, called 'cabinet ministers', junior ministers, called 'ministers of state', Ministers of state, and, rarely, deputy ministers. The council is led by the Prime Minister of India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken oath as the 15th Prime Minister of India on 30th May 2019. Besides Modi Ji there are other Cabinet Ministers, Minister of State (independent charges) and Minister of State has also taken the oath of office and secrecy.
List of Cabinet Ministers of India 2020
|1.||Shri Narendra Modi||1. Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pensions 2. Department of Space 3. Departments of Atomic Energy 4. All important policy issues and all other portfolios not allocated to any Minister|
|1.||Shri Amit Shah||Ministry of Home Affairs|
|2.||Shri Raj Nath Singh||Ministry of Defence|
|3.||Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari||1. Ministry of Road Transport and Highway 2. Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises|
|4.||Shri D.V Sadananda Gowda||Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers|
|5.||Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman||1. Ministry of Finance 2. Ministry of Corporate Affairs|
|6.||Shri Ramvilas Paswan||Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution|
|7.||Shri Narendra Singh Tomar||1. Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare 2. Ministry of Rural Development 3. Ministry of Panchayati Raj|
|8.||Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad||1. Ministry of Law and Justice 2. Ministry Communications 3. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology|
|9.||Smt. Harsimrat Kaur Badal||Ministry of Food Processing Industries|
|10.||Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot||Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment|
|11.||Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar||Ministry of External Affairs|
|12.||Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’||Ministry of Human Resource Development|
|13.||Shri Arjun Munda||Ministry of Tribal Affairs|
|14.||Smt. Smriti Zubin Irani||1. Ministry of Women and Child Development 2. Ministry of Textiles|
|15.||Dr. Harsh Vardhan||1. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 2. Ministry of Science and Technology 3. Ministry of Earth Science|
|16.||Shri Prakash Javadekar||1. Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change 2. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 3. Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises|
|17.||Shri Piyush Goyal||1. Ministry of Railways 2. Ministry of Commerce and Industry|
|18.||Shri Dharmendra Pradhan||1. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 2. Ministry of Steel|
|19.||Shri Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi||Ministry of Minority Affairs|
|20.||Shri Pralhad Joshi||1. Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs 2. Ministry of Coal 3. Ministry of Mines|
|21.||Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey||Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship|
|22.||Shri Arvind Ganpat Sawant||Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises|
|23.||Shri Giriraj Singh||Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairying, and Fisheries|
|24.||Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat||Ministry of Jal Shakti|
Ministers of State (Independent Charge)
|1.||Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar||Ministry of Labour and Employment|
|2.||Shri Rao Inderjit Singh||Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation Ministry of Planning|
|3.||Shri Shripad Yesso Naik||Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH)|
|4.||Dr. Jitendra Singh||Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region|
|5.||Shri Kiren Rijiju||Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports|
|6.||Shri Prahalad Singh Patel||1. Ministry of Culture 2. Ministry of Tourism|
|7.||Shri Raj Kumar Singh||1. Ministry of Power 2. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy|
|8.||Shri Hardeep Singh Puri||1. Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs 2. Ministry of Civil Aviation|
|9.||Shri Mansukh L. Madaviya||Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers|
Ministers of State
|1.||Shri Shripad Yesso Naik||Ministry of Defence|
|2.||Dr. Jitendra Singh||1. Prime Minister’s Office 2. Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pensions 3. Department of Atomic Energy 4. Department of Space|
|3.||Shri Kiren Rijiju||Ministry of Minority Affairs|
|4.||Shri Raj Kumar Singh||Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship|
|5.||Shri Hardeep Singh Puri||Ministry of Commerce and Industry|
|6.||Shri Mansukh L. Madaviya||Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers|
|7.||Shri Faggansingh Kulaste||Ministry of Steel|
|8.||Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey||Ministry of Health and Family Welfare|
|9.||Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal||1. Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises 2. Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs|
|10.||General (Retd.) V.K. Singh||Ministry of Road Transport and Highways|
|11.||Shri Krishnan Pal||Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment|
|12.||Shri Danve Raosaheb Dadarao||Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food, nd Public Distribution|
|13.||Shri G. Kishan Reddy||Ministry of Home Affairs|
|14.||Shri Parshottam Rupala||Ministry of Agriculture Farmers Welfare|
|15.||Shri Ramdas Athawale||Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment|
|16.||Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti||Ministry of Rural Development|
|17.||Shri Babul Supriyo||Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change|
|18.||Shri Sanjeev Kumar Balyan||Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairying, and Fisheries|
|19.||Shri Dhotre Sanjay Shamrao||1. Ministry of Human Resource Development 2. Ministry of Communications 3. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology|
|20.||Shri Anurag Singh Thakur||1. Ministry of Finance 2. Ministry of Corporate Affairs|
|21.||Shri Angadi Suresh Channabasapa||Ministry of Railways|
|22.||Shri Nityanand Rai||Ministry of Home Affairs|
|23.||Shri Rattan Lal Kataria||1. Ministry of Jal Shakti 2. Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment|
|24.||Shri V Muraleedharan||1. Ministry of External Affairs 2. Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs|
|25.||Smt. Renuka Singh Saruta||Ministry of Tribal Affairs|
|26.||Shri Rameswar Teli||Ministry of Food Processing Industries|
|27.||Shri Som Prakash||Ministry of Commerce and Industry|
|28.||Shri Pratap Chandra Sarangi||1. Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises 2. Ministry of Animal Husbandry, Dairying, and Fisheries|
|29.||Sushri Debasree Chaudhuri||Ministry of Women and Child Development|
|30.||Shri Kailash Chaudhary||Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare|
IIM Lucknow has released the newest selection criteria for admission to the PGP batch of 2021-2023! IIM Lucknow continues to offer CAT scores of the foremost importance in shortlisting candidates for the Writing Ability Test and Interview Round. General Engineering Males are expected to seek out it harder to urge shortlisted for IIM Lucknow's interview process considering that IIM Lucknow will give 5 percent weight each to academic and gender diversity. Here's an entire break down of the newest IIM Lucknow selection criteria and what it means for you as a CAT 2020 test-taker. CAT online courses