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Karnataka KCET 2021 Round 1 Seat Allocation Result Statement Postponed, Important Details

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Karnataka KCET 2021 Round 1 Seat Allocation Result Statement Postponed, Important Details
Karnataka KCET 2021 Round 1 Seat Allocation Result Statement Postponed, Important Details

The result of the seat allocation in the KCET round 1 2021 will be announced on November 27

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KCET Round 1 Seat Allocation Result 2021: The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has postponed the KCET statement of the first-round seat allocation until November 27, which was to be announced today. The declaration of the result of the seat allocation was postponed due to problems with the seat matrix in technical colleges.

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KEA stated in its statement: “Government notification (25-11-2021) has issued the reduced seats in two technical colleges and removed all seats in one technical college. Furthermore, technical seats surrendered to the government by the directorates are also included in the revised seat matrix. Therefore, the allocation of seats in the first round will be by incorporating these changes in the seat matrix.”





Candidates can check the result of the KCET seat assignment at kea.kar.nic.in by using the application number. The fake assignment list was announced on November 18, and candidates were given the opportunity to edit it until November 23.

KCET 2021 Round 1 Seat Allocation Result: How To Check

  1. Visit the official website of KCET 2021 – kea.kar.nic.in
  2. Click on the link to KCET mock allotment garden 2021
  3. Enter their Karnataka CET number
  4. The result of the KCET 2021 seat allocation will be displayed on the screen
  5. Download it, print it out for further reference.

The result of the KCET seat allocation will be released based on picks filled by candidates. Candidates who will be allocated seats in the 2021 KCET seat allocation process will be required to apply to the allocated institutes. According to the official notice, there are 204 institutes that grant admission to BTech courses based on the KCET 2021 score.

The KCET results were announced on September 20, the exams were conducted offline on August 28 and 29. For more information on the outcome of the seat allocation in the first round of the KCET, please visit the website- kea.kar.nic.in.

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YouTube’s new terms and policies ask publishers to provide details under IT rules

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A YouTube channel that publishes news or current affairs programs must provide its details to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB), Google’s video platform has said in its updated Terms and Conditions, which will take effect from January 2022. .

In an email to Google users, YouTube said that according to Rule 5 of the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code Rules, 2021) Rules, 2021 “if you are a publisher of news or current affairs content, you are required to the details of your accounts on YouTube to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India”.

YouTube | .’s updated terms and conditions Source: YouTube

Rule 5 of the IT rules 2021, states that an intermediary who publishes news and current affairs content on a website, a mobile application or both “must provide the details of their user accounts on the services of such intermediary to the Ministry […]The section also says that publishers who have provided such information will receive a “publisher verification mark”.

The 2021 IT rules impose additional compliance requirements for key social media intermediaries such as Google in this case, as well as for publishing platforms across the spectrum, such as a digital news channel or an OTT platform. Recently, we’ve seen how non-compliance with IT rules has led to a months-long legal battle for Twitter. The rules are, in fact, being legally challenged in several of the country’s High Courts, with many arguing that they are unconstitutional and infringe on fundamental rights.

Instances where YouTube content is considered “illegal”

In the Upload content section of the Terms and Conditions, Google has identified instances where content would be considered “illegal under Indian law and the consequences when our systems identify such content”.

For example, YouTube said:

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  • The content you submit must not contain any third party intellectual property (such as copyrighted material) unless you have permission from that party.
  • A person or publisher is legally responsible for the content submitted to YouTube.
  • YouTube uses automated systems to analyze the video to help detect infringement and abuse, including spam and malware.

Meanwhile, the inclusion of the requirement to adhere to Section 5 of the 2021 IT Rules has drawn much criticism:

FAQs about IT rules on news publishers still leave questions unanswered

Recently, the Government of India published the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the 2021 IT Rules which was intended to provide clarity on the provisions of the rules. However, it left a number of questions unanswered. For example, here’s what the FAQ had to say in the context of news and current affairs publishers:

Evidence for news and current affairs publishers: The IT rules instruct intermediaries to publish a clear and concise statement informing publishers of news and current affairs content that they must provide details of their user accounts on intermediary platforms to the ministry in order to obtain a verification mark that is visible. is for all users.

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  • What needs to be addressed: The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting has not explained whether a contractual statement that a publisher has provided details is sufficient or is actual evidence that the intermediary needs to provide a quality mark.

Indian government approves self-regulatory bodies for news and current affairs publishers

The Indian Digital Publishers Content Grievance Council (IDPCGC) was approved in October 2021 as a Level II self-regulatory body for publishers of news and current affairs content under the Information Technology (IT) Rules, 2021, according to a notification on the MIB website.

Other than IDPCGC, there are only three SRBs listed on the MIB website:

  • Web Journalist Standards Authority
  • News Broadcasters Federation – Professional News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBF-PNBSA)
  • Council for complaints about content from digital publishers

The IT Rules, 2021 established a grievance mechanism consisting of a three-tier structure for news and curated content publishers.

  • Level I- Self-regulation by the publishers;
  • Level II- Self-regulation by the self-regulatory bodies of the publishers;
  • Level III Supervision Mechanism by the Central Government

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Sainsbury’s Ties With Amazon To Open Checkout-Free Store

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Sainsbury’s has partnered with Amazon to open a store where customers can pick up items and leave without having to use a cash register.

It opened store Monday in Holborn, central London, meters away from comparable Amazon and Tesco checkout-free stores.

Sainsbury’s uses Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology for the store, Amazon’s first partnership with a third-party international customer for the technology.

It is currently used in eight Amazon Fresh stores in London, as the retail giant continues to expand its physical operations.

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Store near Sainsbury HQ was previously open to staff in a lawsuit (Sainsbury’s/PA)

The Sainsbury’s store will see customers use the SmartShop app when entering the store, before picking up items and leaving, as cameras are used to recognize which products have been purchased before customers are charged with their credit or debit cards attached to the store. account is linked.

The new store will be on the site of Sainsbury’s first cashier-free store, which opened in 2019.

However, the grocery group ended the trial months later after complaints from shoppers who found the shopping experience difficult.

The UK’s second-largest grocer said it has recently grown in popularity for its SmartShop app, boosting sales by 173% year-over-year.

Clo Moriarty, Sainsbury’s Retail and Digital Director, said: “We are always looking for new ways to make shopping easy and convenient for our customers.

“We are excited to launch ‘SmartShop Pick & Go’, which will allow our customers to shop contactless and without a checkout, and we look forward to hearing their feedback.”

Dilip Kumar, Amazon’s vice president of physical retail and technology, said: “We are excited to partner with Sainsbury’s to enable their Holborn Circus checkout-free supermarket powered by our Just Walk Out technology.

“We are delighted to bring Just Walk Out technology to our first international customer with Sainsbury’s.

“Without cash registers, tills and self-service scanners, we can’t wait to hear how busy Londoners are enjoying the experience.”

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Cold, windy weather expected today and early this week in Lancaster County | Local news

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Lancaster County will see cold weather this week that gets warmer each day before temperatures drop again for the weekend, according to a National Weather Service meteorologist at State College.

The week starts off cold today, with temperatures around 43 degrees during the day dropping to around 28 degrees in the evening, meteorologist Michael Colbert said.

Today there will also be a “fresh, chilly wind,” with gusts of up to 40 mph that could bring the wind chill to below 30, Colbert said.

Temperatures will then begin to warm during the week, reaching the mid-40s on Tuesday and Wednesday during the day and low to mid-30s at night. Thursday will be the hottest day of the week, with a maximum temperature of about 56 degrees.

Some light rain could fall after midnight Thursday morning, packing around late morning, thought “that timing might change,” Colbert said. The day will have about a 25-30% chance of precipitation.

Thursday will be light with any rainfall.

Temperatures will be around 39 degrees on Thursday evening.

Temperatures will then start to drop again, reaching about 50 degrees on Friday during the day and reaching 30 degrees that night. Friday should be drier.

The weekend is expected to be dry, with high temperatures in the mid to 40s and lows around 30 degrees.

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