CET-K 2015: Download modified admit cards

Admit Card

The candidates, willing to sit for the Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2015 (CET-K 2015), can now easily download the revised admit cards from the website of the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) which is kea.kar.nic.in. KEA conducts entrance examination for admission to the professional program of preparation of bachelors in the state of Karnataka.

Candidates require to visit the official website and enter their user ID and password to be able to access their admit cards. Or candidates can enter their application number and date of birth on the official website. New dates have been announced for all subjects and categories for the schedule set for 2015. The exam will now be held on May 12 and May 13.

Rajasthan Board results: Likely to be published in May


The Rajasthan Board results 2015 for Class 10 and Class 12 can be published in the last week of May. The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan conducted the examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 earlier in this year from March to April. The Rajasthan Board releases separate results for for Class 12 including all streams- Science, Commerce, Arts.

The candidates who appeared for the Rajasthan Board exams this year can check their results on the official website, www.rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in, simply by following the below mentioned steps:

  • Go to the official website
  • Click the following link to check the results
  • Insert the necessary data (roll number, name, etc.)
  • Click on “submit button”
  • The results will be displayed on the computer screen immediately.

The Class 10 Board exams took place from March 19 to March 31 for six subjects, English, Hindi, Mathematics, Social Science, Science and a third language. More than ten lakh students appeared for the exam and Class 12 Board examinations were conducted from March 12 to April 6.

Smriti Irani informs Rajyasabha: UGC taking actions against fake Universities


Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani informs Rajyasabha that the University Grants Commission (UGC) has begun many actions against the fake universities operating in the country.

“According to the University grants Commission (UGC), there are 21 fake universities which are listed in the UGC list of fake universities and operating in a breach or violation of the UGC Act, 1956 in different parts of the country,” she said in a written response to Rajya Sabha question.

“According to the UGC, some institutions offer bachelor/ master in various subjects that were not created by or under a Central or state or UGC act and, therefore, these fake institutions have no right to convey/to grant any degrees,” she said.

The HRD Minister also informed about some actions taken by the UGC against fake universities-

  • To teach the General public/students/parents, the UGC does not affect the list of fake institutions on its website. All the self-proclaimed unrecognized and unapproved institutions have been warned they may attract serious action in accordance with the provisions of relevant laws, including the UGC act and Indian Penal Code, etc.
  • Cases have also been filed in different courts against UGC fake universities/institutions.
  • SGC is defending cases in court in the interests of the General public/students. Actions associated with the closure of the fake institution should be approved by the relevant state authorities and local self-government.
  • The UGC has also sent a letter to Vice-Chancellor/ Director/ principal in 21 fake universities to shut down fake agencies without delay.
  • Reminder letters to the state/UT of principal secretaries/secretaries of education were issued to take appropriate action against fake universities located in their influence.

JEE(Main) scores low as a consequence of the difficult physics section

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The CBSE results for JEE (Main) were announced on Monday and it decided the luck of a lot of Engineering students. Out of the 12.92 lakh that appeared for the exam, only 1.5 lakh qualified the test to appear in JEE (Advanced). In this year, compared to previous years, the cut offs were lowered by the CBSE.

For General category candidates, the cut off is 105 in 2015, while it was 115 in 2014 and for the scheduled caste candidates it is less than 4 marks. Students who appeared for the offline exam also received the grace marks for mistakes in the question paper.

Despite Pro-student measures the highest score decreased across the country. In Tamil Nadu, the highest score is 317 in this year, which was 340 in 2014. National topper in the past year scored 355 out of 360. This year, a student from Pune national topper with a score of 345, 10 marks less than the record of the last year.

The cause for this drop in scores is difficult physics section of the written test. There were mixed reactions about the topic of mathematics. Students and teachers pronounce that the scoring fell on account of physics and mathematics papers.

Result Analysis of JEE MAIN 2015

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The result of the joint entrance examination (main) was announced online. In total, 1,52,401 candidates have qualified for JEE (advanced).

Cut off for JEE (Advanced):

Category: Cut off

General: 105


SC: 50

ST: 44

In Last year, the cutoff was 115 out of a total of 360, this year it’s ten marks less than 105. Cut-off is calculated on the basis of performance of candidates who are eligible to appear for JEE (advanced).

Result highlights:

Description No. of Boys No. of Girls Total
Total candidates registered for Paper 1 953437 339274 1292711
Candidates registered for Offline exam 814255 290766 1105021
Candidates registered for Online exam 139182 48508 187690
Candidates qualified for JEE (Advanced) 124297 28104 152401

JEE (Main) was conducted on 4 April (paper mode) and April 10 and 11 (online mode). On the Declaration of the result, the official website crashed. Additionally, the answer keys had certain errors.

Important dates for JEE (Advanced):

Online registration schedule May 2 to May 7
Schedule for downloading of admit card May 11 to May 14
Rectification of discrepancies in the admit card May 11 to May 14
The JEE (Advanced) 2015 May 24
Announcement of answer keys June 8
Announcement of results June 18

IIIT Delhi set to allow students for admission to M.Tech program

IIIT Delhi

The Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Delhi invites admissions to its M.Tech programmes in courses such as Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Computational Biology and Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE). Interested and qualified candidates can send their applications in the prearranged set-up.

Eligibility criteria:

M.Tech (CSE and ECE):

The candidates should have a B.Tech or B.E degree in any of these disciplines-Computer Science, Information Technology, Electrical or Electronics and Communication with a score of minimum 65 percent, or a 6.5 score out of 10 under the CGPA or CPI system and must have a minimum score of 60% in all previous degrees, as well as Class 12 examination.

Computational Biology:

The candidates should have a B.Tech or B.E degree in any of these disciplines- Computer Science, Information Technology or Mathematics and Computing or they have a B.Tech or B.E degree in any discipline in conjunction with having finished a one-year computer programming course and no less than two mathematics courses.

Selection procedure:

Candidates will be selected after three stages:

  • Candidates will be selected based on their gate score and past academic performance.
  • Selected candidates will have to appear for written exam.
  • Candidates who completed the written test will be called for an interview.

Application procedure:

Participants can register online on the official website of IIIT Delhi www.iiitd.ac.in.

Application fee: Rs 350.

Important dates:

The last date of receipt of applications May 24
The list of shortlisted candidates will be released May 25
The written test and interview will be conducted June 11
Publication of the final result June 15

SRMJEEE 2015 Results: Likely to be published on 4th May

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The SRM Joint Engineering Entrance exam 2015 (SRMJEEE 2015) was conducted by the Sri Ramaswamy memorial University on April 19. The exam was conducted through online mode from April 19 to April 22 and the Offline exam was held on April 26. The University is expected to announce the results for SRM JEEE on May 4.

SRM University provides B.Tech programmes in aerospace engineering, automotive engineering, Biomedical engineering, Chemical engineering, civil engineering and 14 other branches of engineering. It conducts undergraduate admissions across its four campuses, located in Ghaziabad, Kattankulathur, Chennai and Ramapuram.

Candidates for SRMJEEE 2015 was given the opportunity to choose from 102 online and offline centers in 50 different cities across India. More than 1.75 lakh candidates had registered and appeared for this competitive examination.

The exam was divided into four parts, each of which consists of 35 questions and conduct 105 characters, i.e. a total of 315 marks for the whole paper. Candidates were tested on their knowledge of physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology.

The paper also had negative marking for every wrong answer in physics, chemistry or mathematics sections. For every wrong answer in biology section, 0.7 marks were deducted.

With the purpose of checking the results, candidates will need to perform the following steps:

    • Go to the official website
    • Click the ‘SRMJEEE 2015 results’
    • Insert your hall ticket number
    • Insert you date of birth
    • Click on “submit button”.

The result will be displayed on the monitor screen. Counseling for the qualified candidates will likely be held in the third week of May.

Exam dates of Karnataka Common Entrance Test 2015 revised

KCET 2015

The Karnataka examinations authority (KEA) has released a detailed revised schedule of Karnataka Common Entrance Examination, 2015 (CET-2015). The terms have been modified in all subjects and categories. KEA will now be held on May 12, Tuesday and May 13, 2015, Wednesday. KEA conducts CET for admission to professional undergraduate (UG) courses in the state.

Important revised dates:

  • Biology and Mathematics papers on to be held on May 12, from 10:30 am to 11:50 am and from 2:30 pm to 3:50 pm respectively
  • Physics and Chemistry papers on be held on May 13, from 10:30 am to 11:50 am and from 2:30 pm to 3:50 pm correspondingly

Important Events and dates:

Exam duration All papers are of 80 minutes duration
Kannada language test (Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates) May 13, from 4:45 pm to 5:45 pm
Practical examination for agriculturist quota candidates From 9 am on May 16, Saturday
Downloading of   the revised hall ticket from the KEA official website kea.kar.nic.in from April 29, Wednesday

UPSC IES/ISS Exam E-admit cards live now

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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has successfully published e-admit cards for Indian Economic Services/Indian Statistical Services (IES/ISS) Exam on its website.

The candidates need to follow the steps listed below to download the hall tickets/admit cards:-

    • Visit the official UPSC website;
    • Click on “e-Admit card of IES/ISS examination, 2015‘;

Click on the link ‘click here‘ in the column’ to download e-admit

After that, candidates can choose any of the three options proposed: registration number, roll number or name to get admit cards;

Option A (Registration number): Insert the registration number, captcha code
and submit,

Option B (Roll number): Insert the roll number, captcha code and submit,

Option C (Name): Insert the name, captcha code and submit

Admit card will be displayed immediately on the screen. Candidates should download and take a printout of the same as admit card is a compulsory document that candidates should carry during the exam, if not they will not be allowed to appear for the test.

If you face problems in downloading the e-admit cards for the Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination, 2015 or discrepancy noticed in the e-admit card, you can communicate your problem to uscms-upsc@nic.in easily and quickly.

SBI Associate Bank Clerk Recruitment: Interview likely to start from May 11

SBI Associate Bank Clerk

State Bank of India (SBI) announced the result for all those candidates that appeared for the written exam for recruitment for ‘Assistants in Clerical Cadre’ in Associate Banks of SBI. All those aspirants who have qualified the written test can download the interview call letter available on the official website as No call letter will be dispatched to the candidates independently.

The interview session is scheduled to begin on May 11. Candidates are required to carry on the interview call letter with them, or else they will not be certified to appear for the same. Knowledge of local languages will be tested at interview. 10 per cent of the weightage will be given to the total (35) marks for interview to the knowledge of the local language. The final selection of candidates will be based on the candidates performances in the test and interview taken together.

The Bank has also published Bio-data-cum-form of certification to be provided during the interview. Candidates should download the form, fill in the necessary details and submit it at the interview session too.

UGC NET 2015: candidates are allowed to correct inconsistencies in Application form


The National Eligibility Test (NET) is about to take place on June 28. In support of the University Grants Commission (UGC), the Central Board secondary education (CBSE) will conduct this test for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the posts of associate professors or Junior research fellowship in Indian universities.

Online Form submission started on April 16. Interested and eligible candidates may apply online for national eligibility test (net) June 2015 through the official website www.cbsenet.nic.in. No other mode of application will be accepted in any case.

Candidates who have already submitted their applications, were allowed to correct the discrepancies, if any. They now have the ability to edit photos and signatures in their forms. If there is any discrepancy in the uploaded documents, scan the signature and/or photo, signatures or photos should be uploaded newly.

As soon as applicants upload new documents, the authorities will verify the details and grant approval. After the approval of the old signature and the picture will be replaced with a new signature and photograph. Candidates must log in and verify that the changes were made.

The application procedure for UGC net 2015 contains four steps:

  • Filling the questionnaire
  • Upload scanned photo and signature
  • Payment of the application fee
  • Complete application After receiving a printout of the confirmation page.

This printout is for candidates to use it in future. Candidates who fulfil the eligibility criteria can submit online applications until May 15. Last date for payment of fee is May 16.

Deteriorating attendance in MP: 4.7 lakh students are outside the schools


According to a recent analysis conducted by UNICEF, Madhya Pradesh is one decline in admission of about 4.7 lakh students in 2013-14 in primary and senior classes in primary classes compared to 2012-2013. This analysis includes 1,42,844 schools in the state comprising 1,14,444 government schools also.

The highest decline has been witnessed in in Gwalior where 40,000 students are now out of schools, followed by Chambal with a difference of more than 52,000 primary students and Jabalpur with a decline of 18,229.
In contrast, Indore witnessed a healthy change in primary education from 15,365. Tribal dominated Jahbua district tops in upper primary education with 8,747 students.

The national average transition rate from primary to upper middle class is 92%. Madhya Pradesh has a dull status, only 82% of students making for class 9. The decline of students poses another difficulty – lack of teachers. The number of schools with only one teacher is quite high. Disturbingly, there are 4,662 public schools have no teachers at all. Singrauli district has 357 schools without teachers.

After grade 12, students will receive points if they have the essence of the subjects : Teachers

CBSE Class 12th

After appearing in tough CBSE Board exams, class XII students can now breathe without restraint. Teachers evaluating their papers say that the marking scheme is more generous this year.

The most difficult part of the evaluation in this year is the questions directed to the application. The perception of the teacher may not be the same like a student. As a result, the student receives no marks for the question. The questions directed to the use, typically within the first four digits, which amounts to one percent in the aggregate required for admission.

The Commission got a large number of people from the school after the exams. They complained about the Economics paper along with physics and maths papers.

Teachers across the country agree that the marking scheme is quite Pro-student. For mathematics paper, marks are awarded for the first steps in the solution. If the move was for a half mark before, it will now be for one mark. Students who have attempted the questions, but are unable to finish them not to lose much. In spite of the mercy, chances of marks on the higher side of 90 are very rare.

UPSC announces 105 civil service exam 2013 candidates to be qualified


The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) declared 105 candidates of the Civil Services examination 2013, to be qualified, who where previously placed in a reserve list. The list of such candidates can be seen at the UPSC website – www.upsc.gov.in.

All in all 1,122 candidates confirmed to be qualified by the commission for the 2013 examination in order of merit to be appointed in the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) as well as other Central Services (Group ‘A’ and Group ‘B’), as against 1,228 vacancies, for which the Results were published in June, 2014.

Out of those candidates, 89 belong to General category and 16 in the Other backward classes (OBCs). Recommended candidates will be notified directly of Dopt, according to statements made by the UPSC.

From 1,122 qualified candidates, 517 came from the General category, 326 from OBC, 187 were from scheduled castes (SC) category and 92 belonged to scheduled tribe (St) category. There existed 1,228 advertised vacancies for the civil services examination, 2013 in which 622 were under General, 326 under OBC, 188 for SC and 92 for ST categories.

JEE (Main) Result 2015 declared: Cut off for JEE (Advanced) Announced

JEE Advanced 2015

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the joint entrance examination JEE (Main) 2015 and low cut off towards tough and lengthy papers were pointed by education experts. Most of the students faced problems to check their their results because the site fell in the second half of the day.

CBSE took its offline exam on 4th April in 150 cities, and online exam on 10 and 11 April in 283 cities. The number of candidates registered for paper 1 were 12,92,711, of which 11,05,021 were registered candidates for the offline mode of exam, and 1,87,690 for online. From 12.9 lakh registered candidates, only 1,52,401 have been qualified jee (advanced). The cut offs for JEE (advanced) are 105/360 for General category, 70/360 for OBC, 50/360 for SC and finally 44/360 for ST.

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JEE (main) 2015 results announced, the official site crashed

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As soon as the Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) has announced jee 2015 results, the official website crashed resulting in hundreds of thousands of students guessing their results.

Additionally, all the helpline numbers were ‘out of range’, ‘not available’ or ‘off’. Also, landline phones were frequently busy.

Neither the main site – http://jeemain.nic.in nor the optional website http://cbseresults.nic.in/jee/jee_2015.htm was working. The website http://cbseresults.nic.in/jee/jee_2015.htm was live until about 04:00 pm, but the JEE Mains website was out of work at that point of time.

Many students seeking their results were frustrated with the disorder and expressed their views that “The Board of Directors should take special care that the web sites are capable of handling additional traffic on the result date.

AIPMT 2015: Mandatory Documents to bring


AIPMT is an Entrance Test for selection of candidates for admission to MBBS/BDS course under 15% All India Quota seats in Government Medical/Dental Colleges of India under the control of DGHS, Govt. of India except in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Telangana. It is an Offline mode exam i.e. Paper pen exam. The exam will conduct on 3rd May 2015 (Sunday) by the central board of secondary education in India and overseas.

The question paper of AIPMT 2015 shall be based on the syllabus as notified by the Medical council of India which is available on the official website www.aipmt.nic.in .

AIPMT is a national level examination & there are some rules and regulation to be followed for giving the exam. Candidates are required to carry all the below mentioned documents with them while appearing for the exam.

  • It is mandatory for all the candidates to bring their Admit card with them. No candidate is allowed to give exam without it.
  • Candidates are also required to bring their Post card size photograph along with them.
  • Bring Card board/ clip board for their own convenience.
  • Candidates are not allowed to bring any kind of spare notebook, sheet for rough work. It will be done in the test booklet only.
  • Pens will be provided to the candidates for writing of particulars on the test booklet and responses on the answer sheet.
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Download hall tickets of COMEDK 2015


Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) conducts a state-level examination called COMEDK UGET (Undergraduate Entrance Test).

This exam is held in order to provide the admission into various Undergraduate courses. COMEDK UGET is going to conduct at 134 examination centers on 10th May 2015. Hall tickets i.e. Online Test Admission Tickets (TAT) is now available for download from April 24 onwards from the official website (www.comedk.org). Authorities will not dispatch any kind of letter, tickets in personal.

The examination consists of objective type multiple choice questions. Paper will conduct in three sessions. The physics and chemistry will be conduct in the morning hours from 9:30 to 11:30 AM with 60 questions from each. Mathematics paper will be conduct from 12:00 to 1:00 PM and Biology and Zoology will be conduct from 2:30 to 4:30 PM. It would also be great for the students that there is no negative marking for wrong answer.

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  • Login the official website (www.comedk.org)
  • Go the UGET 2015 news & Updates
  • Click the link for admission ticket
  • Enter email ID and password
  • Click on login
  • Admit card will be opened in PDF Form
  • Download and get it print.

JEE Main result 2015 declared log on to jeemain.nic.in

JEE Main Result 2015

You can now visit jeemain.nic.in to see JEE Main result 2015 because the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has published JEE Main result 2015. The JEE (Main) examination is conducted every year in INDIA to allow students to get entry into top engineering colleges in the country.

This year, the exam is being held in both online and offline /pen and the printed version has had its share of argument as numerous parents and coaching centres indicateed the mistakes in the answer keys of the offline mode of exam. It is still indefinite how CBSE manages such issues. Candidates who appeared for the joint entrance examination (JEE) 2015 can access their results by filling their roll number and password to access the jee main exam results.

The result will be announced in two stages –

Step 1 – Issuance of the card account;

Step 2 – All India Rank Declaration.

Over 13 lakh students appeared for the joint entrance examination (main) 2015. Successful candidates will be entitled to register online for jee (advanced) 2015 from 2 May to 7. For jee (advanced) 2015 (paper 1 and 2 (each of three hours duration) scheduled for may 24, 2015.

AIPMT 2015: Do’s and Don’ts to be followed in the Exam hall


In compliance with the directive of the hon’ble Supreme Court of India, the central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi is conducting the All India Pre- Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test, for the academic session 2015-16. This entrance test is being conducted for the 15% merit position in the Medical/Dental colleges of India. The application process, submitting confirmation page and correction of application from has been over. Now it’s time to go through the information bulletin carefully.

Here is all the information said by the board to be followed by the candidates:

  1. Candidates have to come to the examination hall 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam and occupy their seats on which their respective roll number is written.
  2. Every candidate must have bought their essential documents i.e. Admit card. Without admit card, no candidate can permitted to attend the exam.
  3. Candidates must check and remind that their answer sheet is duly signed by the invigilator.
  4. Attendance sheet should be signed twice by the candidate. First time immediately after the commencement of the exam and second time while delivering the answer sheet. Candidate also requires to put their “left hand thumb” impression in the space provided in attendance sheet.
  5. Candidates have to bring their own stationary i.e. black/blue ball pen. No pen will be provided to the candidate in examination hall.
  6. Candidates are not allowed to carry any kind of textual material, printed, hand written, paper slips, envelope or any other kind of electronic material such as mobile phones as safe keeping cannot be assured.
  7. Candidate can only leave the examination hall after handing over their answer sheet to the invigilator. In case of any kind of emergency or on medical ground, candidate may take special permission to the centre of superintendent and observer.
  8. Candidates are not allowed to write anything except answer sheet given by the centre superintendent. Contacting and communicating in the exam hall is strictly prohibited, if any candidate will found doing the same will be judged as penalty.

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Admission result of Sainik school is announced

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Admission Results to get into the Sainik School is out. Result is updated on the official website.

Sainik Schools are fully residential schools run on public school lines. All the schools are members of All Public Schools conference. The offer common curriculum and are affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi.

While developing the wholesome personality of the boys so that they are fit for the NDA, the schools also prepare boys for class-X and Xll examination of the CBSE as well as UPSE exam for the NDA. The medium for the instruction is purely English even though English is not a pre-requisite for admission. Each school has extensive infrastructure and land to cater to needs of comprehensive training so that boys are brought up in conductive environment. It aims to prepare boys academically, physically and mentally for entry into the Defence services.

Admission in the school is based on the admission test comprising mathematics, language and intelligence for Class Vl; mathematics, science, English and Social science for class lX, followed by interview and medical examination. Written test will held on first/second Sunday of January every year.

JEE Main Result 2015 : 2 days to go


Just two days left. More than 13 lakh engineering aspirants who appeared for the IIT-JEE main exam 2015, one of the most prestigious entrance exam in the nation, will get their score plus verdict on whether they have qualifies for the next round in couple of days from now!

The Central Board of Secondary Education announced that result will declare on 27th April 2015. Exam was conducted across the nation for the students who desire to get into the most reputed and prestigious engineering Schools. It is also believed that this is the toughest entrance exam which is the only gateway to get into the IITs, NITs, and other colleges around the country who takes admission on the basis of JEE result.

Exam was conducted on both in offline and online mode on April 4 and April 10 respectively. Students who will crack the exam successfully will be eligible for JEE Advanced. Result for both the modes will be announced on the same date. The score shall comprise the actual marks obtained by the aspirant obtained in Paper-1 of JEE (Main)-2015 alone with their actual qualifying status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE (Advanced)-2015. Students has to download their score cards which will valid for the admission in the various institutes in CSAB and for all other colleges who would be taking admissions on the basis of JEE Mains score card. On the basis of Score List, Merit list will be declaring on 7th July.

Top 5 reasons why more CBSE students crack IIT exams

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In the IIT JEE exams held in the last few years, it has been noticed that a large number of students who reserved seat in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) hailed from CBSE. Students from CBSE made remarkable success in highly Examination and enter smoothly in IITs. So much so that it is wondered whether students of CBSE have an advantage or benefit when it comes to IIT JEE exams.

It comes as a surprise to see a large number of CBSE Candidate qualifying fiercely in the toughest engineering competitive exam. We consider few possibilities that may be the reasons behind the success of CBSE aspirants of IIT exams-

    • Huge number of CBSE Class 12 Science appearing every year for IIT exam:

If we see the data of the students who qualified for the IITs, then in 2013 total 9300 aspirants qualified out of which, 5500 aspirants from CBSE, which means 56% of the total candidates in IIT are from CBSE.

    • Enjoys geographical advantages too:

Other then the above, the number of school’s affiliated to CBSE board are more in metropolis cities of the country. Students from other board have to travel to their nearest centers for the exam. Sometimes, situations make them to leave the exam. This would be the big disadvantage.

    • Best coaching facilities and best teachers:

IIT coaching facilities is much better in metropolis cities and in major cities and many of the institutes training for the students at younger age. So students from these cities can easily avail the quality coaching and also the best teachers and guides.

    • Syllabus Advantage:

CBSE course syllabus lays better advantage. The syllabus is designed to train the students for such types of entrance exams. Most of the syllabus is marginally similar to entrance exams, which adds the advantage too.

    • Best course structure:

Another reason that help the CBSE students to crack the IIT Exam in one go is their best course structure. Most the CBSE Course structure is based on reasoning, analytical abilities rather than on memorizing the facts.

Exam date announced for Punjab PMET 2015

PMET 2015

Baba Farid University of Health and Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot is located in state of Punjab. Every year Baba Farid University conducts medical Entrance Exam for the candidates seeking admission in courses like MBBS, BDS, BHMS and BAMS in nine medical colleges and fourteen dental colleges affiliated with the university. Exam will be held on May17, 2015, Sunday

Eligibility for the Punjab PMET 2015

  • Candidate must be Indian Citizen.
  • The candidate must have passed 10+2 examination in science discipline from any of the recognized board of examinations.
  • Candidate should have passed +2 with in Physics, Chemistry and Biology (including both Botany and Zoology)/ Bio-Technology and English.
  • Candidate also required to have an aggregate 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together while physically handicapped candidate must have secure 45% and SC/ST/OBC candidates should have secured 40% marks in an aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio-technology.
  • Applicants who have appeared or will be appearing in board examination in march/April 2015 and whose results are still awaited are also eligible for the Medical Entrance Exam.


  • Candidates required to apply Online.
  • RS 5000 for General category and Rs2500 for SC
  • Fee required to be deposited at the branch oriental Bank of Commerce by using the Bank Challan which will generate after applying online.

Application Procedure:

  • Download the Application form directly from the University’s Official website: bfuhs.ac.in
  • For online form search the application form PMET 2015 and download it
  • Candidates are required to fill the application fee as mentioned above.
  • Now fill the application form
  • Read the instruction carefully and try to avoid error and over writing
  • Once the form is filled, Submit it.

Important Dates:

  • Last date to apply online: 29 April 2015 (without late fee) and May 04,2015 (with late fee of Rs 3000)
  • Last Date of Depositing Application fee-07 May, Thursday
  • Exam date: May 17, 2015, Sunday
  • Results: May 21, Thursday.

AIPMT Exam 2015: Last Week Preparation Tips and Tricks to Crack

Last minute preparation tips and tricks

 The AIPMT is just around the corner and although the students by now will be more jittery than ever, but the right way to prepare yourself is to check your nerves and prepare well for the examination.

It is rightly said “He who fails to plan, plans to fail”. So, Students should now plan their preparation first. Avoid things, people or situation that distracts you. The key to clearing exam is stay positive and to avoid nervousness and not let your nerves get to you. You should not be running on empty, although the revision and preparation is a must so is food and sleep. You should not be over exerting yourself and trying to do everything at last moment. Stick to the things you know.

Look at some tips to adhere to while preparing for AIPMT

  • Going thoroughly the short notes and the concepts from the notes prepared while studying can helpful while last moment preparation.
  • To understand the basic concepts, Go through the important derivation.
  • Reading the questions very carefully before opting for any answer, sometimes overconfidence can result hazardously. Twist and turns in the questions are very much possible.
  • Do not divulge into the new topics. Stick to the topics you have already done and try not learn things at the last point. It may make you nervous or it may lose your confidence.
  • Spend more time on Biology section. Since 50% of your examination would be from Biology, It is advised you to spend more time in revising the subject will be having high weightage. 90 out of the total 180 question will be from biology.
  • Do your revisions from NCERT class Xl and Xll books rather than other books.
  • When revising Physics, give an extra minute to left the formulas register, as they are very important and revising the formulas will definitely prove beneficial.
  • For chemistry, Do not forget to revise the formulas of Physical chemistry, list characters, formulae for important chemicals and minerals.
  • Proper time management and developing a strong problem solving strategy with accuracy is required to score more in AIPMT exam.

IIT JEE Main Result 2015 – Result be on 27th April 2015


JEE Mains offline exam which was conducted on 4 of April’2015 is about to declare its results on 27th April 2015. The result is around the corner. Students who appeared in the exam are getting Goosebumps and are desperately waiting for the results after all the results will decide the merit list and probability to get into the top school for their higher education. The answer key has already available on the official websites. Lakhs of engineering aspirants appearing for the exam will have only one dream- to crack the JEE Mains and appear for JEE Advanced so that they can get into their dream engineering school.

The score shall comprise the actual marks obtained in paper-I of JEE (Main) 2015 along with the status of those who qualify for appearing in JEE (Advanced)-2015 provided and subject to other conditions of eligibility being met.

After result declaration, candidates are advised to download their score cards for future use. No score card will be dispatched to candidate. Candidates who will successfully qualify the JEE Mains will be able to download their IIT JEE Advanced Exam Admit card 2015 & other related notifications.

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JEE Main Result 2015 – Score and Rank

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Every year the joint Entrance examination Mains is held by the CBSE. JEE mains is the single gateway for the admission to NITs, IIIT, Centrally funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) as well as other engineering colleges and technology institutes run by the state governments and private institutions who have adopted JEE. The JEE Main 2015 Offline exam is scheduled for April 4, 2015 while the online JEE Main exam is scheduled for April 10 and 11, 2015.

Lakhs of engineering aspirants appearing for the exam will have only one dream- to crack the JEE Mains and appear for JEE Advanced so that they can get into their dream engineering school. The wait for the date of result is over, candidates of JEE Mains 2015 can get to know their results as the central board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the same on April 27.

On the basis of Score of JEE (Main) 2015 and score in class 12 or equivalent exam, students will get the eligibility to sit in JEE Advanced 2015. There would be separate Rank list will be prepared for the admission to BE/B.Tech and B.Arch/B. planning. This rank/ merit list will be declared by July 7. Students who will get AIR will get seat through Central seat allocation Board to NITs/IIITs/CFTIs/SFIs/other engineering schools. Candidates scoring higher marks will get better rank. Candidates are advised to download their rank card/score card through the official website. No score card will be sent to the candidate via post. In special cases like tie (equal marks) between two or more candidates, Inter-se merit of such candidates shall be decided.

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JEE Main exam 2015- multiple discrepancies in answer key

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CBSE has conducted JEE exam every year. JEE is the only gateway for the direct entry in the top engineering colleges and other prestigious engineering colleges. JEE (Mains) exam was conducted on 4th April’2015 via paper pen mode and on 10th April 2015 via online mode by CBSE has released its answer key, OMR Sheet and Recorded response on 18th April on official website.

Several inconsistencies and multiple discrepancies were found in the Answer key. Many Coaching class instructors, students are worried about some of the answers furnished by the Central Board of Secondary Education on 18th April. Also, the answers are challenged by many. This may also result in the wrong negative marking and students may lose marks not for the specific question but also for the penalty for the right answer.

Four questions in set C were found to have discrepancies. CBSE declared that question 22 was correct but it was found to be incorrect after challenged by many aspirants. Other questions like question 51 found to be correct but CBSE said otherwise. One question had 2 correct options and in question 57, CBSE declared only one correct option. CBSE also declared four grace marks given to all the candidates for the questions that were stated incorrect by CBSE in answer key.

JEE Advanced 2015: Question paper pattern released for JEE advanced exam

JEE Advanced 2015

Every year the joint Entrance examination Mains is held by the CBSE. JEE mains is the single gateway for the admission to NITs, IIIT, Centrally funded Technical Institutions (CFTIs) as well as other engineering colleges and technology institutes run by the state governments and private institutions who have adopted JEE. The most decisive point about the JEE main exam is that only top 150000 candidates of JEE mains are eligible for JEE Advanced Examinations. The students who crack JEE Advanced successfully will be able to join the undergraduate programs any IITs according to their All India Rank. Hence it is very important for the aspirants to be thoroughly prepared for the exam according to the exam pattern.

Exam will be available in 2 languages, Hindi and English and cover 2 question papers that will feature in the examination – Paper 1 and 2. CBT will cover 3 separate section viz. Physics, chemistry and mathematics with equal weightage of all questions. Question paper will consist of objective type and numerical answer type questions designed to test comprehension, reasoning and analytical ability of candidates. Some section will carry negative marking also. Each question will be allotted 4 Marks and every incorrect answer will results in deduction of 1 mark (one fourth of total marks).

Both the papers will be held in 2 sessions on 24th May, 2015. Paper 1 will conduct in morning time from 9:00am to 12:00pm and paper 2 will conduct in afternoon session from 2:00 pm to 5:00pm.

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JEE Advanced 2015: Online registration for JEE advanced from 2nd May 2015

JEE Advanced 2015

Event calendar for JEE Advanced 2015 has been announced. JEE (Advanced) exam will be held on May 24, 2015. The exam will be conducted in two sessions of 3 hour duration of each session.

Every year this exam is conducted all over India for final year students who successfully cleared JEE (Mains) exam. Only 150000 candidates out of 13 lakhs are eligible for JEE (Advanced) this year. JEE (Advanced) online registration will start from 2nd May 2015 and itself finish on 7th May 2015. So, students have the right eligibility criteria for this exam could fill up online form on its official site jeeadv.nic.in.

Eligibility Criteria:

    • Candidates who have cracked JEE mains successfully and among the top 150000 students.
    • The candidate should have been born on or after October 1, 1990 if belonging to GEN or OBC-NCL and on or after October 1, 1985 if belonging to the SC, SCT or PwD Category.

A candidate can attempt JEE Advanced exam a maximum of two times and that too in consecutive years. Therefore, JEE Advanced 2015 should be either the candidate’s first attempt OR the 2nd consecutive attempt.

Registration Fee:

      • 2000 INR for male candidates and 1000 INR for female candidates of GEN and OBC-NCL category.
      • INR 1000 for male candidates and INR 500 for female candidates of SC, ST and PwD category.
      • USD 220 for all the candidates from Dubai.

Online Registration Procedure:

    • Visit the official website
    • Click on the online application form
    • Submit all the asked documents and necessary information
    • Scan your Passport size photograph with signature
    • Get print of your application number.
    • Important Link:

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JEE Main 2015- OMR sheets for offline exam

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JEE Main Exam 2015 has been completed for both the modes i.e. Pen pencil or offline mode and CBT or online mode. Exam was held on 4th April 2015 and 10th April 2015 respectively. Only 150000 Aspirants successfully cleared JEE Main Exam out of 13 Lacs. The results will out on 27th of April.

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released JEE MAIN EXAM 2015 pen-pencil mode (Offline Exam) and Computer Based Exam (Online test) OMR Sheet of the responses filled by the Candidates on April 18, 2015 on official website. Candidates can check their exam OMR (Optical Mark recognition) Sheet from April 18. 2015 to April 22, 2015. If candidates are not satisfied by any particular response, he/she can challenge the same.

OMR Sheets will only be available for the aspirants who appeared from pen-pencil mode i.e. offline mode of JEE Main Exam 2015. There is no OMR sheet available for the candidates who appeared via Computer based exam (CBT) in the same exam. The question paper which was attempted by the candidate has been e- mailed to their respective mail I’d of the candidates.

Candidate who gave exam via offline mode can view their OMR Sheet online only. For viewing their OMR Sheet Candidates must have to enter their Application number, Roll Number, Date of Birth filled in the application form and security pin which is generated at the time of submitting above details.

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SBI PO Associate Bank Recruitment 2014: Result Announced


State Bank of India is one of the leading public sector bank and a fortune 500 company. Probationary Officer is one of the greatest positions in banking sector. Large numbers of students apply for this position because of the value in the society as well as great salaries offered by banks.

State Bank Of India has declared its final results for the Post of PO Associate. Exam was held in 2014. Candidates who applied for this position are required to qualify Phase 1 (Descriptive test and objective test) and Phase 2 (GD and interview session). Results of Phase 1 have declared earlier afterwards short listed candidates called for 2 Phase i.e GD and Interview Session. Now, the result of phase 2 has been declared and candidates can check their results on the official site.

State bank of India had invited applicants for 2886 posts of PO at Various SBI associate bank branches, across the nation. Total 9571 Candidates cleared the written exam and were found to be eligible for phase 2. The selection will be made on the basis of top merit ranked candidates in each category.

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Relaxation in Eligibility Criteria for JEE Advanced 2015

JEE Advanced 2015

There is great news for all the IIT JEE Advanced Aspirants!

It has been decided in the meeting of IIT Council Chaired by Union Human resource Development minister, Smriti Irani, that JEE Advanced 2015 eligibility criteria will be changed from the existing Top 20 percentile in their respective class Xll Board or 75 Per cent in the Class Xll Board Exam(for General or OBC-NCL) , whichever is lower. In case of reserved categories like SC and ST candidates, the cut-off will be 70% in board examination.

Candidate must have to satisfy at least one of these two criteria:

    • He/she within Top 20 Percentile in their respective 12th Board Examination (or equivalent).


    • He/she have scored 75% (For General/OBC-NCL) and 70% (For SC, ST, PwD) of their aggregate marks in their 12th board examination (or equivalent).

It was also announced in the meeting that a committee will be set up to resolve the IIT-UGC row over nomenclature of degrees and four years at IITs. This change was implemented after the realization that 200 students with top scores could not make it to the premier institutions because they did not figure among the top 20 in the examination conducted by their particular boards.

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JEE Advanced 2015

JEE Advanced Exams are now not so far. Students should start their preparations.

JEE Advanced 2015 Important dates list out crucial dates pertaining to the Joint entrance examination 2015 as announced by the CBSE. Candidates can get all the details about the Application dates, Exam Schedules, Admit Card availability, results etc. from the important dates of JEE Advanced 2015.

The calendar of events has been published in the information brochure. Key Dates of JEE Advanced is released for the candidate who have cleared JEE Mains successfully by gaining the position in top 150000 candidates. Candidates are required to take actions such as form filling, download admit cards accordingly.

Candidate can start register themselves from 2nd may 2015 to 7th May, 2015. No applicant can register after 7th May. After registrations, Admit cards will be published from May 11. If candidate wants any kind of rectification of discrepancies in the admit cards, then he/she may send their rectifications within 4 days after publishing of admit card i.e. till 14th May. Schedule for downloading of admit card will be from May 11 to May 14. Exam will conduct on May 24th 2015 in two session’s viz. paper 1 in Morning time form 9:00am to 12:00pm and paper 2 in afternoon time from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Answer key for the same exam will be published on the official site on 8th June 2015 and results will be out on 18th June.

It is now the high time for the students to start preparations for their exams.

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(Joint Entrance Exam) JEE Advanced 2015: What to do if you did not qualify

JEE Advanced 2015

Around 13 lakhs students appear in JEE exams every year. Only top 150000 candidates (including all categories) out of the qualifying candidates in Paper- 1 off JEE (Main)- 2015 will eligible to appear for JEE (Advanced)- 2015.

Distribution of qualifying candidates category wise are as follows.

Top 50.5%- Common merit list, 27% from OBC, 15% from SC, 7.5 % from ST and 3% of the total candidates are reserved for PD candidates. It is to be noted that PwD category includes Dyslexic candidates also.

Candidates who cleared JEE (Advanced) exam will be competing for seats in prestigious Engineering colleges, IITs, ISM.

Candidates who did not qualify this exam need not to worry. They can also acquire seats in NITs, IIITs and other prestigious engineering colleges. Seats of these colleges are firstly given to the candidates who have All India Rank of less than 40000-41000. There is another option also for the students who fail to qualify JEE advanced. They can give another engineering entrance exam or they may drop a year to appear in the next attempt of JEE Advanced. A candidate can attempt JEE (Advanced) a maximum of two times and that too in consecutive years.

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JEE (mains) 2015: CBSE to provide Four marks bonus

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Good news for JEE (Mains) candidates who appeared this year.

JEE (mains) conducting team and CBSE has admitted that there are two wrong questions i.e question number 10 and 15 in set A in JEE Main physics section offline exam held on April 4. It was also confirmed that the online exam which was held on April 10 carried one erroneous question. Therefore, exam authority has announced 4 bonus marks for each question will be given to students.

In a question, none of the options provided were correct and therefore every student can fetch bonus marks for that question. While in another question, two of the options were found to be correct, so the students who opted any of the correct options will get marks.

Other than the aforementioned questions, the students are in doubt about one question, each from mathematics and chemistry sections, which may be challenged by many.

Optical Mark Reader and answer keys were already released on Saturday, 18, 2015. Students can now calculate their scores and candidates who have objections or any doubt regarding the scores can file their objection within 9 days.


SBI PO Recruitments for 2000 posts: Top frequently asked Questions

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Bank jobs in India were considered prestigious for a long time until the uprise of IT. But now, bank exams are on the top entrance exam taken by freshers compared to other career options.

SBI has released the notification of probationary officer posts in Associates Banks of State bank of India. There are total 2000 vacancies. State bank of India is an India’s no. 1 in Public sector. There is high competition which pushes applicants to start preparation earlier.

Top 10 FAQs discussed on the website are:

  • If there is lot of delay in accessing the page then the candidate may retry after the gap of 15-20 minutes or during off-peak hours during night time.
  • Successful registration of candidate is only done after the indication of “successful registration” after clicking the submit button. The candidates also be provided the Registration number and password. This Registration number and password are also sent on our Email. So candidates need to mention their correct and working Email I’d during filling the form. Sometimes these kinds of emails may divert to spam mails or bounce back due to heavy number of emails generated by the applications.
  • To reconfirm the application, candidates are advised to visit the official page and re-print their application. Applicant can also preserve the soft copy.
  • Candidate might can get (0) Zero registration number and a valid password. In that case, candidates are advised to re-register the application and get it print.
  • If in case candidate get white screen after clicking the ‘submit’. Then there may have 99% chances that the application is not saved. It should have to be re-apply.
  • Candidates will not receive any kind of acknowledgement or reply on the email received from Official site. These Email servers are configured to delete such emails automatically.
  • If candidate reply for any genuine problem, then he/she may get their registration number and password in reply.
  • If in case, candidate is writing for problem, then he/she should have to mention his/her registration number, mobile number, DOB and Full name attached with the screen shot of the error occurred in JPG, GIF format or MS Word file. And also provide their system detail such as OS, internet browser and its version.
  • After submission of application, if in case candidate wants to change the details mention in the application form, then the candidate can do the correction after clicking the ‘Edit’ option
  • Candidate may also inform at sbirect@ibpsorg.org for and other difficulty found during online submission of application by giving all the specific information like Registration number, Mobile number, Bank name, Name of the post applied for, Email Id.

JEE Mains 2015 results will declare on 27th April and Rank List on 7th July


JEE is an all India Common entrance exam conducted in order to provide admission to IITs as well as NITs and IIITs and other prestigious engineer institutes in the country The test also decodes eligibility to sit for the JEE Advanced.

Well, the Results are going to be declare on 27th April 2015, Monday and the Rank list on 7th july, 2015, Tuesday. Total number of students appeared in JEE mains 2014 is approx 13 lacs previous year while the number of candidates were decreased by 50000 this year, and top three states with maximum number of candidates are Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. It can be considered as an indication of saturation and warning interest in engineering.

JEE mains comprises of two papers i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates have the choice of opting between the two papers. Paper 1 is for the admission in B.tech and Paper 2 is for the admission in B.Arch and B. Planning. Both the examination comprises of objective types of questions. Paper was according to students expectations but physics part was quite tough and lengthy. Chemistry paper was moderate while math paper was little tough. Over all paper was moderate. This year question paper was tough as compared to previous year paper which may results to higher cutoff this year.

We can estimate cutoff scores category wise i.e. 118-120 for general category, 75-77 for OBC, 55-57 for SC candidates, and 50-53 for ST candidates. If CBSE doesn’t not play a last- time gimmick, then we can safely assume the same range of cutoff.

All the very best to all the JEE candidates.

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How to crack IAS exam in first attempt


When someone talks about the successes in the civil service exam, he/she should understand that IAS is not like an academic exam, where people earn their degree with some common tricks. UPSC-IAS exam preparation requires a lot of things to keep in mind.

Applicants should be aware and focused on what he/she learns. It’s all about how much effort and time management can be put to crack it. And when it comes to cracking the IAS exam in the first attempt, you need to be more focused. Believe in yourself (how to be motivated all the time) and try to crack it in the first attempt.

Tips and suggestions to crack IAS exam in first attempt


From the very first day of your preparation for UPSC-IAS, it is better for you to be disciplined as Discipline will be urgently required on the every step of UPSC-IAS preparation. Even toppers highlight the importance of discipline and self study to get success in IAS exam.


You should maintain consistency throughout the UPSC-IAS preparation to crack the exam in the very first attempt.


Don’t assume that your awareness will be required at the time of the interview only. Be aware of everything that is happening around you. If there is a sudden change in the curriculum and structure of the IAS exam, then be aware and try to be aware of an important topic When studying the curriculum as you don’t have lots of time to waste on useless topics while preparing for IAS exam.

Ensure Following At all cost:

How to:

Understand UPSC syllabus and Pattern in an easy way and stay updated with the latest trend:

Collect previous year papers, study material, notes, mock tests and books to prepare for IAS exam effectively and make your strategy according to the exam pattern and syllabus.

Choose scoring subjects:

Sit carefully and choose the scoring subjects as per your previous educational background to crack the IAS exam in just single attempt.

Get the previous year’s papers and practice mock tests

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Get the previous year’s papers and practice mock tests as more as you can because it will increase your efficiency and speed to solve tough IAS exam questions easily and quickly.

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How To Prepare for AIIMS Entrance Exam 2015 Useful Tips/Tricks

Name of Board: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi
The Examination: All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) 2015
Official Website: aipmt.nic.in
Exam Date: 03 May 2015 (Expected)
The intention of AIPMT examination:  Central Board of secondary education conducts AIPMT exam to offer admission to master and Bds programs for candidates who have completed 10+2/HSC Science.

Tips & Tricks to crack AIPMT 2015

Preparation of AIPMT exam covers reading and learning, practice & trial test and awareness in AIPMT exam, etc which is mentioned briefly here below:

Reading & Learning:

Take a review of AIPMT curriculum and exam pattern.

Discover the subject of your strength and your weakness.

Get ready for a regular schedule for reading.

Join coaching class for weak subjects or all subjects according to Your requirement.

Read at home together with the coaching class teaching.

Cover all subjects and all chapters when you are reading.

Pay attention to important chapters, referring AIPMT exam pattern.

Make a Schedule in which you can complete your AIPMT preparation until April 2015.

In April 2015, you will have to revise your training programme in short.
Preparation and revision should be done more than half April 2015

Practice & Mock Test:

Join any coaching centre that provides Practice & Mock Test test papers of AIPMT exam.

Give online mock test on the website, which makes available AIPMT 2015 mock test.

It is recommended to exercise at least 10 to 15 mock test papers/practice papers to prepare for AIPMT 2015 exam.

Wakefulness In AIPMT Exam:

In General, the Preparation of AIPMT exam 2015, you must be mentally ready to crack AIPMT exam 2015. It is regularly significant to get sensitively ready to appear in AIPMT examination.

It is very important to be confident in AIPMT 2015 examination and don’t get afraid of any thing.

Do not get confused or tense in any situation and if you find any question as confusing, leave it and move on to the next question.

Keep yourself updated all through the examination session and attempt every question with full awareness.

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Top 10 Tips Toppers of IAS Avoided


Indian Administrative service examination is conducted every year in India for the recruitment of the administrative service persons under various departments of the Indian Government. This is one of the most respected and well-paid jobs of the government in India.

However, to be an IAS officer is not an easy work as a lot of difficulties and long hours of preparation is needed to get success in this tough and highly competitive exams. About 1-2% of the total number of top in this exam.

There are many things that cause fiasco in IAS exam such as unplanned preparation, lack of appropriate study materials for IAS exam preparation, Negative approach, Unhelpful reading environment and so on. Shubhra Saxena(IAS topper 2008), Shah Faesal(the first Kashmiri to top the Indian Civil Services Examination and the first candidate from Kashmir in several years to be selected to the Indian Administrative Service in 2009), S. Divyadharshini(IAS topper 2010, Sneha Aggarwal( Topper, CBSE PMT, 2004) and Haritha V. Kumar (IAS topper 2012) avoids a lot of things which proved to be helpful for them to crack the exam easily. Top 10 Tips that Toppers of IAS have Avoided are mentioned here below:

1. Don’t Transform yourself into a bookworm:

There are a large number of brilliant and meritorious students who Study from morning till night and from night till morning while preparing for IAS exam and even after so much of study and hard work. Instead of this, they don’t need to be a very studious person. They just need to know the exact syllabus and be disciplined in their approach while preparation. Consistency is also an important factor as many students study for 10 to 12 hours a day and then take a beak to relax and they forget what they’ve learned and have to spend extra hours revising. So, overburden yourself and go through the NCERT textbooks for study material and set daily targets — about six hours of study a day in a systematic manner for IAS exam preparation.

2. Don’t Choose the Subjects recklessly:

Many students make selection of the subjects with which they are not comfortable with and it causes a great problem for them in the long run. So, to avoid problems while IAS preparation, Choose the subjects wisely from beginning as the preliminaries will be the first obstacle you have to overcome to sit for the Mains exam. If you are unable to identify the right answer in the prelims exam, your chances of qualifying the exam will get thinner. Alwys make Precise answers in Mathematics to save your valuable time during the examination.

3. Don’t choose Additional Subjects Hurriedly:

Be careful about choosing Additional Subjects and choose subjects you had studied during your graduation course, as it will help you grasp the matter easily and quickly. The selection of other subjects may invite bigger problems while preparation for the IAS exam as you will have to toil hard to understand the complex topics and issues you did not study in 10+2+3 courses.

4. General Knowledge preparation:

General knowledge is not actually one subject. It is an amalgamation of any number of subjects. So, you need to cover almost latest and most recent GK and current affairs is must. Don’t ignore this section as it will bring failure to you in the premlims exam itself.

5. Don’t Go after Coaching Centers:

Don’t go after coaching institutes and correspondence courses for the preparation of IAS exam more than a certain level. Focus more on timely self study, practice previous year’s exam questions, evaluation of your preparation and seek suggestions from Ex-exam toppers and expert teachers to do well in the exam.

6. Don’t Do following while preparing for an interview or facing the personality Test:

During the interview, it is obvious that the candidate will try to impress the evaluators. However, let them know your academic knowledge and not your sweet talk.

Don’t bluff the interviewers with your untrue information as Interviewers are much more experienced and capable than you, therefore; any lie can push you into a deep trouble.

Do not sound over-confident and Your answers should be short and clear.

Smile during the response as it is important to have a positive attitude while facing the IAS interview. Do not think about the results, just give it your best shot with a smile on your face and his will please the interviewers.

Don’t wear any fashionable clothes. Be simple and put on neat and clean formal dress.

7. Don’t lose your confidence level while exam preparation:

As the IAS preparation requires a considerable amount of time and patience from the aspirants. So, don’t lose your patience while exam preparation. If you are financially unsound, first prepare for some other government jobs to gain a solid financial backup and get some experience about the recruitment process of government jobs.

8. Language Skills:

Students must know their mother tongue and at least basic knowledge of English and should be able to express their views fluently in order to be selected for this prestigious job. Many talented candidates get rejected because of their poor communication skills.

9. Don’t ignore your Health:

Don’t ignore your health while exam preparation. Take enough sleep and have home-made light food materials to prepare for the exam.

10. Don’t refer too many books in last a few days of Exam:

Avoid going through a number of IAS preparation books before a few days of the exam as it might create confusion.

JEE Main 2015- OMR Sheet and Answer Key released


All the students who have appeared in JEE Main Exam 2015 Paper I held on 4-April-2015 are informed that the all the scanned images of JEE Main 2015.OMR Answer Sheets with their records responses will be Uploaded in JEE Main 2015 Website from 18-April-2015 to 22-April-2015 till 2:00 PM. Interested Candidates can check JEE Main 2015 Optical Mark Recognition Answer Sheets.

Process to Check JEE Main 2015 OMR Answer Sheets :-

Go to the official website; www.cbse.nic.in or www.jeemain.nic.in

Click on the tab ‘View OMR Sheet‘ on the left side of the screen;

 Three links will appear on the monitor:

View OMR Sheet and Recorded Response (Server-1)

View OMR Sheet and Recorded Response (Server-2)

Submission of challenge

Click here to : Challenge JEE Main 2015 OMR Sheets

 Process to check Answer Key:-

Go to the official website;www.cbse.nic.in or www.jeemain.nic.in

Click on the tab ‘View/Challenge of answer key‘;

Insert your application number;

Insert the password;

Login. The answer key will be displayed on the monitor screens. The candidates can check and challenge the same, in case of any doubt.

Useful books for JEE Advanced exam 2015 for  better preparation

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How to crack IIT JEE exam 2015 in first attempt

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In today’s world, everyone wants higher education from known institutions for their future security and to make his name in the world. In India, there are majority of leading agencies that organize an entrance test for students and make the competition tough. For the sake of getting admission in such institutions, students need to work harder.

Since, 3 years, the top engineering entrance exam has been organized by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and has divided into 2 levels- IIT-JEE Mains consisting NIT’s and Colleges under AIEEE & IIT- JEE Advanced consisting IIT Colleges. For the sake of getting admission in IIT institutions, students need to clear JEE mains exam then go ahead.

The initial step in preparing for the exam is that you must work very sincerely to crack it. Always try to study hard and never worry about stiff competition and ranking. Always try to make sure that only the planned research will help you get the desired score.

Tips and Tricks

Collect And Solve The Previous Year IIT JEE Question Papers:

Always try to solve the problems of the previous year examination papers, they are the best if you want to explore all the subjects perfectly. The most useful feature of last year’s question papers is that they have an abundance of numerical problems. Students must always remember that in all three disciplines, physics, chemistry and mathematics, candidates will likely scale cutoff, if they are perfect in solving numerical problems, as the question paper contains a high percentage of numerical minor compared with the theory of one.

Improve Your Problem Solving Skills And Speed at higher level:

However, the speed is considered to be the most determining factor, if you appear in such examinations. Sometimes, the student is able to solve all the questions asked in the paper, but their slow speed prevents them to score the highest rating. In order to improve your speed, you should regularly try to solve at least 20 and 30 numerical theoretical issues.

Practice As Much As You Can:

Practicing a lot of questions can help an abrupt transition from cognitive abilities, such as labor problems, make you think and reconsider hard theorems and formulas again and again. So, when you go for the actual exam, you develop a knack for recognizing the type of problem at once, just by looking at it.

Seek An Educator with Alert:

Man always seeks to find the faith factor for such competitive exams. Try to connect with the coaching classes, which are held by the trust sessions and motivational classes to help you score good marks in exams. The coach is very important, especially if you are really preparing for the gate to crack IIT.

However, if you cannot afford or do not want to join such course, you can prepare hard in your home. To prepare at home, it is necessary to solve many complex issues that will make you immune to any level of complexity of questions on the exam. Make sure to judge your performance over a number of complex issues. Train hard in order to meet the level of those students who already have mock tests, in which they continue to modernize their ranks.

Best Interview Tips and Question For Freshers


An interview is a formal meeting in which one or more of the interviewer cross-examine the other person. Consequently, here we will mention some of the best interview tips and question for for all those applicants who want to get placement in top private or Government sector companies.

In order to get a good job, applicants must take the most significant part of the placement in well known companies is the interview. For this, candidates need to read a few of the best interview tips and question which is actually useful for cracking the interview.

The interview is the last procedure to obtain the relevant work. Whether it is a group meeting, telephone conversations, video conferencing, or one-on-one interview. Qualified for the relevant interviews indicates that the applicant, having had full opportunity, awareness and completeness of knowledge of the relevant work and the desired object.

The interview basically starts with submitting resumes from interested candidates by the head of the Department and then that Department decides the number of applicants to be interviewed.

Interview Tips:

Interview preparation:

Effective Biodata:

Your resume continues to play the most important role in the interview. So look carefully earlier at all the things that you give to it. The interviewer may ask a lot of questions from your resume also specify consequently those things that you only know the actual.

Read/Search about the company:

You need to know about the company in which you are going to give an interview, as their selection criteria, why do you want to do the work, what you want from the company and various other things.

Best Interview Question For Freshers:

Here are some important best interview question for first-year students and they must pay attention to these issues which mostly asked during the interview.

Q. Tell me about yourself?

A. This is most probably the question that was asked in each interview. It is strange that many applicants find it hard to give a suitable answer. Give a concrete answer to the question and be confident.

Q. Why should we hire you?

A. Assertively give the answer and satisfy him/her that makes you better suited for this situation.

Q. What is your biggest weakness /strength?

A. When someone asks You about your strengths and weaknesses, you need to turn your negative strengths in positive, then discuss your point of view, that everything will work out for you about this job.

Q. What are your goals for the future?

A. Not to say your future goals related to family, school or colleges. The question should be linked to

the post on what company You are being interviewed.

How to Crack AIPMT Exam 2015 in first attempt

Useful Tips

This exam is conducted under CBSE (Central Board of secondary education). We discuss how to crack AIPMT exam and provide you Helpful tips to prepare for AIPMT exam.

AIPMT is widely known as all India pre-medical/Dental test. This exam was organized for those students who want to take input in the BDS and enrolled in the Medical College.

Useful Tips For AIPMT Preparation:

Fixed Timetable:

A curriculum that will create for you will be weekly, you will be assigned a number of important chapters to study every week, so you will be able to complete their curriculum in time.

Keep up your practice:

Much more practice it takes to crack AIPMT exam in an easy way. So, always keep this in mind.

Make Your own Notes and Data:

Prepare your notes and make a habit to read your notes frequently.

Time management:

Time management is also the main problem that will come in between you and your studies. So, the first thing you have to do is to make a schedule and always go by this schedule.

Be aware of your strength and weakness

Nobody is perfect in this world all have some weakness, and if you must know, what your weakness is and You haven’t worked on it, then this is your big mistake. You should always be precise in your work in preparation for AIPMT exam. Do not leave any subject Because half knowledge is too dangerous, so if you are good at math, chemistry in average or higher in physics, then you should concentrate on your weak subject.

Focus on a few points apart from your studies:
→We all know, studies are more important, but our health is also important, because our mind is needed peace and relaxation. So always stretch your body parts, muscles so that you will feel relieved from stress and be ready for mental and physical problems.

→You should stay away from fried, fatty, and high levels of sugar in food and always eat green vegetables and fruits.

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Karnataka CET (K-CET) Admit cards: Download Now

Download KCET Admit Card 2015

Admit Cards for K-CET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) for the session 2015 have been published by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). Admit Card of K-CET2015 must be carried by each candidate on the day of Exam to the Examination Hall. The admit cards/hall tickets are accessible on the official website and can be generate from there. KEA has issued it only for the registered candidates. Also, no candidates will receive it at their residential or e-mail id.

How to Download KCET 2015 Admit Card

K-CET 2015 admit cards issued before few days of K-CET Exam 2015, as per the exam schedule on 29 and 30 April 2015. In order to View and Download admit cards of K-CET 2015 the aspirants should follow the steps listed below

Go to the official website of KCET.
Click on the link directing to ‘KCET 2015 admit card
Enter information like KCET User ID and Password.
Submit request
Download and secure hard copy of KCET 2015 hall card.

To obtain K-CET 2015 Admit Card offline, aspirants will obtain them in pre-assigned colleges or schools. KEA will team up with certain colleges and schools, which will give out the hall ticket of K-CET Exam 2015. Aspirants will have to walk off to these colleges or school to receive their admit card.

Applicants who will send their application form via speed post will receive their admit card via speed post. For this candidates should provide their current residential address.

KCET is held for the candidates who want to get admission in Engineering, Medical, Dental, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Yoga, Medicine, Unani, Naturopathy, Architecture, B.Pharma, Pharma-D, B.Sc, Agriculture, Home Science, Engineering in the state of Karnataka.

KCET Exam 2015 Timetable 2015:

April 29: 

10:30 am to 11:50 am (Biology)

2:30 pm to 3:50 pm (Mathematics)

April 30:

10:30 am to 11:50 am (Physics)

2:30 pm to 3:50 pm (Chemistry)

Download K-CET Admit Card

How to relax before exam?

Learn to relax

One of the most common problem during studies is severe anxiety or nervousness. The result of the exam can totally change your future and so the very process of preparing for them can be a stressful experience. Delay in preparation schedule; inability to solve problem or even few hours waste of time can lead to anxiety and create stress which can adversely affect your studies, so it is very important to learn how to manage stress or anxiety.
Even famous people do it

I still remember a video clipping of a famous singer that I saw on TV years ago. The camera had been following him around while he went to rehearsal, got made-up and talked with his manager.

The scene I remember most was the shot of him as he waited backstage for his name to be announced. Now, remember, this was a man who had been doing stageshows for decades. You could hear the audience: It was excited to be in his presence. It was friendly. And he looked nervous, horrified, petrified, regretful that he’d ever entered show business and extremely vulnerable. (Presuming he remembered he was being filmed, this was the controlled panic.)

But, when the announcer called his name and the roar of applause began, he was transformed. He walked with a determined gait to the stage, the lights hit him, he smiled and took the microphone, the band began and he never looked back. His famous voice filled the auditorium, and the audience went wild. If he could face such regular panic attacks and still passed the test, why shouldn’t you?

Remember that a certain level of anxiety is also good and must for you to have a faster learning. Remember a certain level of anxiety can enable you to be more alert, attentive and to concentrate more fully. It can sharpen your exam performance; make you feel more full of energy; cause you to work at the most effective speed and be more attentive to detail. So achieving optimum arousal (anxiety) is the key to success. But the moment the anxiety level becomes higher and it starts disabling it is the time to take an immediate corrective measures.

It is a natural human reaction to worry at times during your studies. It is also natural to express an emotional reaction to the ups and downs of tackling tasks: angry or frustrated at one time, exhilarated at another. The ideas in this book are intended to help you avoid becoming locked into a state of anxiety, where your interaction with exams, tests and course deadlines (the potential ‘stressors’) results in an unhelpful stress reaction in you. This is the type of anxiety state which feels disabling.

Before we learn how to handle stress & anxiety, let us understand what are the signs and symptoms of stress?

  • Your heart beats at an accelerated rate.
  • Your breathing rate increases.
  • Your body sweats.
  • Your mind becomes agitated and you feel restless.
  • Your stomach feels queasy. In other words you feel butterflies in your stomach.

You can control these problems by training your mind and body to relax on command. In relaxation you are really training to control the functions of your mind.

Relaxation Techniques : You can relax while sitting on a chair, lying on a bed or stretched out on a comfortable spot. To relax focus on your breathing first, close your eyes and listen to the sound as air flows in and out. As you breath your belly should be moving in and out. Next start counting one to ten, on your inhalations and saying to yourself “relax” in your mind. Continue this process until you feel quiet and your mind is focussed and undisturbed by fleeting thoughts. The idea behind counting is to shut your mind from other thoughts and not to be disturbed.

Palming : Close your eyes and keep your open palm pressed against your eyes. Hold this position for 5-10 minutes every day. You will feel the heat being transferred to your eyes . Do this exercise regularly every day or pressing a folded cloth to your mouth, blow air into the cloth so that it becomes warm. Press the cloth against your eyes.

When ever you are tensed or anxious, close your eyes and take a deep breath. Slowly breath out Do this about ten times and watch the difference. This should calm your nerves and reduce your anxiety.

Other methods for Reducing Anxiety

Self-Assertion – Do a realistic review of the situation, and decide on a course of action and carry it out; assert yourself, take charge of your life.

Sleep habits – In order to get more time to study several students sacrifice their normal sleep. Occasional loss of sleep may not affect your thinking, but the loss of sleep over a long period can create stress. Do not carry your problems and anxieties to bed. They will leave you mentally sluggish the next morning. Cultivate methods that enable you to get enough good sleep.

Relaxation – Practice physical and mental relaxation exercises

Quiet time – Cultivate and then use a “quiet time” to review your situation, to compose yourself, and to prepare for a project or situation for the day.

Friends – Talk to one or two friends a day, for support and encouragement, to renew your self-confidence and morale.

Consultation – Help yourself by seeking consultation with peers, instructors, or professional counsellors.

Practice to relax every day: The more you practice, the better you will be able to relax. Practice to relax for five minutes at the beginning. Plan to have at least 3 relaxation periods each day, of five minutes duration. On very busy days, do not be tempted to do away with the practice totally. It is more important to relax on these busy days.

Remember, anxiety affects people of all abilities. Among the students I have met who are most anxious about their examinations are large numbers who have gained very good marks.

BITSAT 2015: Admit cards published

Download KCET Admit Card 2015

BITS have published the BITSAT Admit Card 2015 over its website and a pplicants are required to download the BITSAT Admit Card . Actually, BITS is a computer based online test for Admission to BITS(Birla Institute of Technology & Science) Integrated First Degree Programs for Campuses in Pilani, Goa and Hyderabad.

Steps to download the admit card:

→ Candidates must log on to the official website of BITSAT

→ Candidates have to click on the tab ‘download admit card’

→ Candidates should fill their application number, gender, date of birth and other details (if required)

→ Click on “send”

Candidates should save their admit card for future use. Candidates can download admit card until April 30. They can test their centers, necessary addresses and the application status on the website.

BITSAT 2015: Important Dates

14th May –29th May 201: BITSAT Online tests

20th May – 30th June 2015: Candidates to make applications for admission with 12th marks and preferences of learning programs

1st July 2015: Admit List and Wait List declaration

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IIM rearranges examination date for entrance test


IIM rearranges examination date for entrance test

Indian Institute of Management (IIM) moved the date of the exam for integrated programme in management exam 2015 (IPMAT 2015). At first, the exam was scheduled for may 14, but now the exam date was revised to May 15.

IIM conducts IPMAT for the admission of candidates to its five-year integrated programme in management (IPM).

Paper pattern:

Total questions: 100

The question paper will be made up of two parts:

Quantitative ability: this section will have 60 per cent of the weightage-


Profit Loss


Data Interpretation

Simple Equations



Mixtures and Alligations

Time and Distance

Time and Work

Verbal ability: 40 per cent weightage



Sentence correction

Usage of words

Marking Pattern:

For each correct answer, candidates will be awarded 4 marks and for every wrong answer, one mark will be deducted.

Selection process:

Candidates will be selected based on their performance in IPMAT 2015. Selected candidates will have to appear in personal interview for getting selected for the job.

Important dates:

Events Dates
download the admit cards from April 15
Aptitude test May 15
Accouncement of result of IPMAT 2015 May 25
Personal Interviews Of The Shortlisted Candidates June 12 to June 15

UPSC civil services (main) examination: Important documents to carry for the personality test


The results of the civil services (Main) exam 2014 have been announced by the Union public service Commission on April 12, 2015.

A list of important documents to carry at the time of the personality test:

Candidates will have to produce the original certificates in support of their claims at the time of personality test. Candidates must carry the following list of original certificates:

1. Age

2. Educational qualifications

3. Community

4. Physical handicap and

5. Other documents for example questionnaire, attestation form and TA Form, etc.

JEE Main online: Expert scrutiny and expected cut off

Expert scrutiny and expected cut off

The First online joint entrance exam (JEE) Main was held by Central Board of secondary education (CBSE) on April 10, 2015. The exam was scheduled between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 in the morning.

Expected cut off:

Common Merit List (CML): 120-125

Other Backward Class (OBC): 80-85

SC/ST: 50-55

Several candidates, on the other hand, have found entrance exam difficult as compared to offline entrance exam, which took place on 4 April. Candidates who appeared for the online exam consider that this online mode of exam is better than established offline mode.

Each section consisted of 30 questions and A total of 90 questions carrying 360 marks were to be resolved within the stipulated time. Four marks will be awarded for each correct answer and for a wrong answer, one mark will be deducted. Akshat Srivastava, a candidate who appeared for the online JEE Main said: “the questions were simple, but were purposefully placed.

UPSC civil services (main) results announced: call letters will be released in 5 days

Coming Soon

The result for civil services (main) examination, conducted by the joint civil service Commission was announced on the official website. Candidates should note that call letters will get released on 18 April for the first batch.

Candidates admitted to the examination will have to appear for an interview and personality test round beginning on April 27. Personality Tests will take at –The Office of the Union Public Service Commission at Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110069.

No requests for change of date and time of the personality test wretched to the candidates will be entertained. The first batch of e-summon letter will be posted on the UPSC website from April 18.

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