ATMA AIMS MBA Admit Card 2024 To Be Released Today, Here’s How To Download- Republic World

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Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) is set to release the admit card for the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA) 2024 today, May 21. Scheduled for May 25, the ATMA 2024 exam will be conducted in a single session from 9 am to 12 p.m.

Candidates are advised to arrive at their respective exam centers at least an hour before the commencement of the exam. Those who completed the application process can obtain their ATMA 2024 admit card from the official website,, using their PID and password.

It’s crucial for candidates to bring their admit card along with a valid government-issued ID to the exam center. The admit card will include essential details such as the candidate’s name, roll number, registration number, photograph, signature, exam date and time, venue, reporting time, and instructions for exam day. The results for ATMA 2024 will be announced on May 30.

The exam pattern for ATMA 2024 consists of three sections, each divided into two subsections. With a total of 180 questions, candidates will have 180 minutes to complete the exam. Correct answers will earn candidates one mark each, while incorrect responses will incur a deduction of 0.25 marks.

How to download ATMA AIMS Admit Card 2024

Go to the official website of ATMA-

Look for the section or link related to downloading the admit card. You may need to log in using your credentials, such as your user ID and password.

Enter the necessary information to access your admit card.

After entering the required details, you should be able to view your admit card on the screen. Verify that all the details are correct and match the information you provided during registration. Once confirmed, proceed to download the admit card to your device.

After downloading the admit card, take its printout.

Carefully read any instructions or guidelines provided on the admit card, especially regarding the exam day procedures, reporting time, permissible items, and any COVID-19 related protocols. On the day of the exam, remember to carry a printed copy of your admit card along with a valid government-issued ID proof. Adhering to these instructions will ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience during the exam process.

Education as the path to peace

In 2018, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed 24 January as International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education in peace and development. Education goes beyond critical literacy and numeracy skills, and research demonstrates that it increases competencies like empathy, tolerance, and intercultural understanding. Education is a right, a public good and a public responsibility.

Education, in all its forms and dimensions, in and out of classrooms, can and should be a pathway to bringing about lasting peace in Yemen and beyond. Against the backdrop of high tensions, growing inequalities, and the climate crisis, prioritizing and investing in education is now more compelling than ever.

Children learning at an elementary school in Yemen.

UNDP Yemen / 2023

As part of the UN Peace Support Facility’s phase I interventions, a training of trainers on school safety was conducted to enhance the safety of more than 50,000 students in 50 schools across six governorates in Yemen.

Ensuring that places of education are safe havens for students and education personnel is critical to the continuity of learning and teaching, the right to access quality education, and to fostering peace and social cohesion.

Children learning at an elementary school in Yemen.

UNDP Yemen / 2023

In 2022, the UN Peace Support Facility joined forces with the Women’s Research and Training Center (WRTC) at Aden University to establish a peacebuilding network that aims to upskill and equip community members with mediation, dialogue, analytical thinking and negotiation skills. In addition, the network puts forward the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) Agenda and advocates for women’s participation in all spectrums of peace processes through trainings, workshops, and lectures at the university.

The 100 women and men network members continue to actively transfer the knowledge and the skills that they acquired through the peacebuilding network to members of their local communities.

Discussion during a WRTC training session in Aden.

UNDP Yemen / 2023

Dr. Saeed Al-Qashbri is an Associate Professor and Gender Analysis Consultant at the WRTC and the Executive Director of the WRTC’s Feminist and Development Studies Master’s Program Alumni Network.

With more than 15 years of experience as an academic, Dr. Saeed believes that investing in peace education can accelerate progress towards peace in Yemen.

“Due to the diverse demographic composition in Yemen, the educational system has to be recalibrated to allow for the development of competencies such as tolerance, social cohesion, cooperation, and acceptance of others, and rejecting intolerance and extremism.”

“When the educational system becomes more gender inclusive, more women will be able to reach decision making positions. This contributes to the achievement of just and equal societies, thus the achievement of durable peace.”

Dr. Huda Ali Alawi is a Professor of Criminal Law at the Faculty of Law, a researcher in human and women’s rights and consultant in conflict resolution. She is also the Director of the Women’s Research and Training Center at Aden University.

“We cannot achieve lasting peace without education. Education contributes to the psychosocial and cognitive development of communities. It allows communities to learn skills such as mediation and changing people’s behaviors for the better.”

“Raising awareness on the importance of conflict prevention, and the links between the achievement of durable peace and sustainable development, climate action and food security, especially among children and youth, is important because peace is more than just the absence of violence.”

Education offers learners a path to a promising future and a ladder out of poverty, the latter being a key driver of conflict. It should be transformative, and help empower learners with the necessary knowledge, values, attitudes and skills and behaviors to become agents of peace.

These activities were made possible thanks to the generous funding from the European Union, the German Cooperation, and the Government of Norway.

TN TRB Graduate teacher and BRTE results 2024 declared, direct links to check

TN TRB Graduate Teacher, BRTE results 2024: The Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TN TRB) has released the results for the Graduate Teachers Block Resource Teacher Educators (BRTE) examination 2024.
Candidates can now download their exam results from the official website. Along with the results, the board has released the list of disqualified candidates, the final answer key, and the status of any objections raised. On February 4, 2024, 40,136 of the 41,485 candidates who applied for the written examination took part.
The notice states that many candidates made mistakes when marking or shading the Question Booklet series on their OMR answer sheets. This series is critical in evaluating the answer sheets. If candidates did not write or shade the Question Booklet Series, their answer sheets were rejected without review.
Additionally, those candidates who wrote the series but did not shade it or shaded it incorrectly were only evaluated on the written series. Some candidates also made errors on their roll numbers, and their answer sheets were not evaluated.
Here are the direct links to check:

Following the release of results, selected candidates will proceed to certificate verification (CV), with the date and list of CV attendees to be communicated later. Additionally, results for candidates who filed Writ Petitions in the Honorable High Court of Chennai and Madurai have been disclosed. Eligible petitioners will be summoned for CV as directed by the respective court.
Check the official notice for more details.

Maharashtra Board HSC result 2024 declared, direct link to MSBSHSE scorecards at

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has declared the Maharashtra Board Class 12 results today, May 21, 2024. The results have been declared at the press conference at 11:00 am and the direct link to the official website will be activated at 1 pm. Candidates who have appeared in the Maharashtra Board exams 2024 will be able to check their results once, it is released on the official website at

Students will be able to check and download their results by entering login credentials such as date of birth and roll number on the official results page.

Candidates will have to secure 35 percent in each subject and overall to pass the MSBSHSE HSC and SSC exams. Those who are unable to secure the minimum marks will likely have to appear in the supplementary exam.








Here are the steps to check your Class 12 board exam results:

  • Visit the official websites-,, or

  • Click on the result link provided on the website.

  • Enter your credentials, such as your roll number and date of birth, in the designated fields.

  • Once you’ve entered your information, proceed to view and download your results.


Step 1: On the messaging app on your phone.

Step 2: Then type MHHSC(SPACE)Seat Number or Roll Number

Step 3: Send the message to 57766.

Step 4: The Maharashtra Board result will be sent as an SMS.

According to MSBSHSE data, 15,13,909 candidates registered for this year’s HSC examination, including 8,21,450 boys and 6,92,424 girls. The science stream saw the highest number of enrollments with 7,60,046 students, followed by 3,81,982 in the Arts stream and 3,29,905 in the Commerce stream. In last year’s Maharashtra HSC exams, Konkan district achieved the highest pass percentage, with 96.01 percent of students passing.

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Shruti Bansal

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May 21, 2024

Gulf News Edufair 2024 draws record attendance as visitors explore higher education

The biggest edition of Gulf News Edufair concluded yesterday in Dubai with more than 8,000 visitors attending the event to explore higher education opportunities.

Over the past three days, the exhibition welcomed more than 30 prestigious universities and educational service providers from the UAE and abroad, and featured over 15 panel discussions and fireside chats providing in-depth insights into the future direction of the education sector.

Exhibitors were delighted with the exceptional turnout of visitors over three days and the opportunity to connect with prospective students. Edufair successfully attracted a highly targeted group of visitors, which resonated very well with exhibitors.

Visitors were equally pleased to find a diverse range of exhibitors at Edufair, showcasing everything from undergraduate and postgraduate courses to doctoral and professional programs. It was a one-stop destination for career counseling and spot admissions.

This year’s Edufair took place barely a week after the results of India’s CBSE and ICSE/ISC, and other education boards were announced, and students and parents seeking new admission opportunities for the September 2024 intake were delighted to discover an array of top-draw educational destinations under one roof at the event.

The exhibition was the perfect showcase of courses, degrees, and current education trends. Educators identified skill-based learning and lifelong education as key trends in higher education. They urge students to develop transferable skills alongside subject knowledge and cultivate a love for lifelong learning.

Earlier in the event, dignitaries, educators, and thought leaders praised Gulf News for its efforts in showcasing higher education opportunities in the UAE and facilitating opportunities for students to explore education abroad. They highlighted the event’s value in strengthening the education landscape and helping families achieve their educational goals.


Dr Mohammed Saeed Al Kindi, former UAE Minister of Environment & Water, delivering his keynote at Edufair
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Delivering his keynote address during the inauguration ceremony, Dr Mohammed Saeed Al Kindi, former UAE Minister of Environment & Water, said, “By pursuing higher education in the UAE, students can gain access to a wealth of career opportunities in the region. UAE is a strategic location and vibrant environment, making it an interesting and popular higher study destination for international students,” adding, “Edufair is a real motivation for all the students and parents to discover the new world-class higher education platform in the UAE .”


Dr Eesa Mohammed Al Bastaki, President, University of Dubai
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Dr Eesa Mohammed Al Bastaki, President, University of Dubai, said, “This platform is invaluable for both students and educational institutions, providing an opportunity to explore a wide range of programs available both locally and internationally. The strength of this event lies in its global reach, offering insights into opportunities abroad as well. University of Dubai is a proud partner of Gulf News Edufair and we have supported it since its inception. We look forward to continuing this collaboration and ensuring its success.”

Zayed University

Dr Sulaiman Al Jassim, Former Vice President of Zayed University
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Dr Sulaiman Al Jassim, Former Vice President of Zayed University, said, “Exhibitions like Edufair add significant value as the UAE becomes a hub for higher education. It showcases the quality of education available to students and parents. With so many higher education institutions in the UAE, families benefit from having their children study close to home, with excellent infrastructure and job opportunities available after graduation. The participation of leading international universities further enhances the value of Edufair.”


Satish Kumar Sivan, Consul General of India to Dubai
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Satish Kumar Sivan, Consul General of India to Dubai discussed how the strong UAE-India relations have significantly contributed to driving the UAE’s higher education landscape. “Edufair perfectly aligns with the growing India-UAE relations. In the last decade, several prestigious Indian institutions have chosen the UAE as their international destination, benefiting not only the expat Indian community in the UAE, but also the wider community in the Gulf, Middle East and Africa.”

David George, Publisher, Gulf News Commercial, expressed gratitude to Edufair’s sponsors and exhibitors for entrusting Gulf News to advance their vision. “Each year, Edufair continues to grow, both in scale and significance, attracting an ever-growing number of universities and students eager to explore the vast landscape of higher education opportunities in the UAE and beyond. As a comprehensive platform offering essential admission insights, course options, and invaluable career advice, Edufair remains the beacon guiding aspiring minds towards their academic aspirations in the UAE,” he said.

In response to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from both exhibitors and visitors, Gulf News has unveiled plans for the next edition of Edufair, slated for October.

“Over the past few years, Edufair has carved a niche to become one of the most anticipated events in the UAE education calendar. “Constantly raising the bar as a platform for students and teachers to gain and provide information and knowledge on the latest education trends, Edufair is the destination of choice for the best regional and global education institutions to connect with the student community in the UAE,” said Tina Bhakthavalsalan, Sales Manager, Supplements, Contract Publishing & Events, Gulf News.

“Based on the success of the current edition, we are now planning to create more opportunities for the UAE student community and launch the next edition of Edufair in October.”