SBI PO Prelims Exam 2015: Tips and Strategies-General English

Important Tips

The General English section of the examination is considered to be one of the higher scoring sections. True, it may be easier in comparison and allows opportunity to score higher, but due to the vastness of the English language, the section cannot be neglected in terms of preparation. The English section consists of questions based on synonyms, antonyms, passages, jumbled paragraphs, fill in the blanks, sentence correction, etc. To help the candidates gather the highest possible scores in this section with great speed and accuracy here are a few tips and tricks listed below:

Building your vocabulary

Regularly building and strengthening your vocabulary is the crucial part of doing well in the General English section. All the tips and tricks in the world cannot help a candidate if he/she does is not capable of comprehending the questions. There are a lot of questions where synonyms and antonyms play a part. So building your vocabulary is a must for the candidate. To do so thorough reading of newspapers, magazines, articles on the web or any material that suits your interest on a daily basis is important. Further attaining flash cards from coaching centers where they have designed them keeping in mind the probable words that may be used is also helpful. Writing regularly even if it is maintaining a blog not only helps build one’s confidence and comfort level with the English language but also helps one sentence formation and analysis abilities.

Getting the Basics

A candidate has to understand that the term of the section “General English” literally means general. The basics of the English language such as understanding the tenses, sentence formation, word meanings and their usage, etc all contribute towards successfully learning questions related to paragraph jumbled tests, comprehension, filling in the blanks, etc.

Practice and Reading Regularly

The saying ‘Kill two birds with one stone’ literally means accomplishing two objectives with a single action. So when candidates are advised to regularly read up articles, journals, etc to improve their chances in the General English section, you also gain valuable information that will contribute towards improving your chances in the General Awareness section too. So don’t get picky. Find a book, read regularly even during your free time and attain knowledge that will help you achieve better scores in the two sections.

Time Management

General English may be one of the easier scoring sections, but that does not mean the candidates can let the tempo slip up when attempting the section. With regular practice and proper planning the candidates can manage their time wisely in the section and save themselves quite a bit of time to be passed over to the other more difficult sections such as quantitative aptitude and reasoning.

Useful Books for SBI PO Prelims Exam 2015:
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Guidelines for understanding how to study SSC and the best time to start preparation

SSC CGL Preparation Tips

SSC conducts various exams to appoint the job competitor for several posts in government departments all over the India. But as everybody knows the exam is tough and so as the competition. Every year, lakhs of applicants appear for this exam but only a fraction of them are able to qualify it. Thus, right preparation strategy is very important to crack SSC Exam 2015.

Here are few tips which can help you for preparation of the exam:

  1. Know the syllabus: It is of utmost importance that whatever exam you are appearing for, you must study according to the given official syllabus.
  2. Short Study Hours, Strong Focus: If you cannot study for long hours, it is much better to sit for short hours, but with dedication! Promise yourself you’ll study well for those two hours.
  3. Set Targets: Set achievable targets for yourself, like studying 4 comprehensive topics in an hour, or 7-8 small topics in an hour. This will boost your speed as your mind will not feel over taxed.
  4. Start your preparation early: Although it is beneficial to start your preparation as early as you can but don’t delay your study practice at least 3 months before the SSC exam
  5. Practice, Practice & More Practice: Read as many books as you can and solve as many previous years papers as you can. Daily solve a previous year paper or a model test paper and try to do all 200 questions correctly within 2 hrs. Practice more and more because practice makes a man perfect.
  6. Improve your speed: Since it’s a time bound examination, you need to work on your speed of solving problems, thus, you need not to be fast but smart. Learn different tricks or techniques which can help you crack the question in less amount of time. Also, always wear a watch while giving any type of paper as it will keep you updated with time.
  7. Know your weaknesses: while solving previous year’s papers or mock tests identify the sections in which you are lagging and starting working towards improvement.
  8. Revision:Don’t forget to put the regular revision time in between.Also,3 days before the exam, revise as much as you can.
  9. Use Flashcards: This is another great tool that will let you revise anytime, anywhere and with ease! Make flashcards of important dates, event and keywords to keep your memory fresh.
  10. Take Regular Breaks: It’s always better to give yourself a break after every hour or two, than cramming everything nonstop. Constant studying makes your mind bored and unresponsive. So take time out to pamper yourself and let yourself unwind. A calm body and mind are the most receptive. Simple things like cooking, painting, or even a walk in the park are good ways to let your hair down. You could even rock out to your favorite music.
  11. Eat Light: Start your day with a light breakfast like cereal and fruit. Avoid greasy food to spare yourself the lethargy and drowsiness that they induce. Eating light will make your body feel lighter, letting you focus better.
  12. Get Ample Sleep: I cannot stress the importance of sleeping enough! Make sure you are well rested so that your body doesn’t decide to rest at a time you need it the most!

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Notification for Admission in Delhi University

Delhi University Admission 2015-2016

Delhi University is the oldest and one of the top universities in the world. It has its own charm and status. It is the most renowned university in the country. It is everyone dreams to get admission into this university. Students from nation as well as different countries rush to take admission here.

Delhi University published a latest notification regarding the admission process for the under graduate & post graduate courses for the session 2015-16. Delhi University will also conduct an entrance exam to the admission in their colleges for some courses..

There are approx 70 colleges who invite applicants for under graduate courses.

Important Dates:

Online application will start from 28 May 2015. This process will close on 25 June 2015.

Offline mode for application at registration centers will be available from June 5, 2015.

Note: Students who wish to take admission in St. Stephens College and Jesus and Mary College will have to fill separate admission form. They have their separate admission process.

For sports students: Students who are sporty and wish to take admission in the University under sports quota will have to follow separate admission process. They are required to fill the separate form which will available at the respective university.

Entrance exams: There are some courses in the Delhi University for which the university will conduct an entrance exam. Such courses are BMS, BFIA, and Business economics. To pursue these courses, students need to fill a form for entrance exam first, after clearing the exam he/she may pursue the above courses.

CDOL: The students who are doing other full time courses side by side and unable to pursue graduation on regular basis, then for those, DU offered graduation from distance learning mode. Other students who wish to do graduation from distance mode may apply.

Help desk: Students who have any kind of problem regarding the admission procedure or wants to take information regarding the same may take help from help desk. This will remain open in open days ( 21 may 2015 to 31 May 2015)

JEE Advanced 2015 solutions available from 3 June 2015

JEE Advanced 2015

Joint Entrance exam was conducted on 24th May 2015. 1.5 Lakhs students registered for the competitive exam and 1.25 students appeared for the same.

Students may now view their answer sheet on the official website from 3 June 2015. The image for the optical Response sheet (ORS) and scanned responses for the same will be uploaded on the official website of the JEE Advanced starting from 10 am on June 3. The same will be available up till 5 pm June 6.

If the candidates found any kind of mistake in the answer sheet, they can inform to the authorities between 3 June to 6 June 2015.

Exam of JEE Advanced was held in two parts:

Paper 1 was held from 9 am to 12 Pm

Paper 2 was held from 2 PM to 5 PM.

This year the exam pattern was changed which may affect the result. There were 262 questions in Paper 1 and 240 Questions in Paper 2. Most of the typical and time consuming questions were from physics and mathematics part. The candidate can calculate their estimated scores and ranks accordingly to know their chances at admission to the IITs and other Reputed engineering colleges.c

Steps to view the ORS Sheets

  • Logon the official website of JEE Advanced (
  • The link to view the ORS sheets will be available starting from June 3, 2015
  • Click on the link and view your ORS Sheet and scanned responses.

UGC Announces scholarship for Single Girl Child


University Grants Commission (UGC) announced ‘Post-Graduate Scholarship for Single Girl Child’. The objective of the proposed scheme is to support the Post Graduate education in non-professional courses only, of such girls, who happen to be the only child in the family and to recognize the value of observance of small family norms, through scholarships for their Post-Graduation education.

Eligibility: Those girls who happen to be the only child in the family, admitted in the first year of a Post-graduate regular non-professional Degree course in any recognized University or a Post-Graduate college and who are up to the age of 30 years at the time of admission in PG courses are eligible to apply for the Scholarship.

Scholarship amount: The amount of scholarship is Rs. 31000.

How to apply:

  • Open the official website
  • Read the instructions carefully before filling the application form.
  • Fill the application and check the details and attach the passport size photograph copy and submit the application form.
  • Attach the study certificates and mark list and first year admission form from college/university along with your application form and send to UGC address.

Important documents: It is required to submit the proof of admission in 1st year PG Course in any recognized university. An affidavit of Rs 50 stamp paper from student or parent duly attested by SDM/First Class Magistrate/Gazetted Officer (not below the rank of Tahsildar) copying the prescribed languages.

Highlight: Any student who discontinues the studies without prior approval of the UGC will have to refund the whole amount through e mode (RTGS/ NEFT) directly in the UGC account.

Last Date extended to Apply for SSC CGL

SSC Exam

SSC (Staff Selection Commission) announced a latest notification for CGL (combined graduate level) exam. Staff Selection Commission written exam for combined graduate level exam 2015 will be scheduled on 9th August and 16th August 2015.

Staff Selection Commission has changed the last date for online registration for SSC CGL 2015. Now the last date of closing of Part 1 registration is 09-6-2015 up to 5 PM and closing of Part 2 is 11-06-2015 up to 5 PM. So those candidates who had not applied till yet are advised to apply as soon as possible to avoid last minute rush. So in order to apply safely (as many websites crashes on last dates due to heavy traffic), candidates should apply before the last date 09 June 2015.

The Commission has received Government approval to allow the candidates fulfilling the age criterion on 1st January 2015 to also apply in response to the advertisement for CGL 2015 as one time measure. Earlier the age is to be calculated as on 1st August 2015

How to apply: Candidates needs log on to official website ( ) and download the application form and submit it before the last date.

Eligibility Criteria: Completed graduation from any recognized university.

Selection Process: Candidates need to clear the written exam, interview and skill test. After clearing SSC CGL part 1 Exam, candidate can be eligible to appear for tier 2 exam, which will be held in the month of November 2015.

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Basic Guide to SSC Exam: Its aspects, branches and related fields

SSC exam

Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an Indian organization to recruit staff for various posts in the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices by administering various competitive exams.

Headquartered in Delhi, this commission is an attached office of the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) which consists of Chairman, two Members and a Secretary-cum-Controller of Examinations. Besides, there are post of one Director, one Deputy Secretary, two Joint Directors, nine Under Secretaries, four Deputy Directors, one Finance & Budget Officer, one Assistant Director (OL), 24 Section Officers and more than 183 supporting officers / staff working at the Headquarters for discharging the duties and responsibilities of the Commission.

SSC (like UPSC) is an organization entrusted with the task of conducting examinations and/or interviews, whenever required for recruitment people for government jobs at subordinate (Non-Gazzetted) levels. The examinations which are conducted under the purview off SSC, are broadly categorized as:

  1. Open Examinations
  2. Departmental Examinations

Open Examination covers the following:

S. No. Name of the Examinations
1 Combined Graduate Level Examination
2 Tax Assistant Examination
3 Statistical Investigators (SSS) Grade IV Examination
4 Junior Engineers(Civil and Elect) Examination
5 Junior Translators (CSOLS) Examination
6 Section Officer (Commercial Audit) Examination
7 Deputy Field Officer (Cab Sectt) Examination
8 Data Entry Operator(DEO) Examination
9 Sub Inspector in CPOs Examination
10 Section Officer (Audit) Examination
11 Combined Matric Level Examination
12 Section Officer (Accounts) Examination

Departmental Examinations cover the following:

S. No. Name of the Examinations
1 Grade ‘C’ Stenographers Ltd. Depttl. Compt. Examination
2 UD Grade Ltd. Depttl. Compt. Examination
3 Clerks Grade (For Group ‘D’ Staff only) Examination

Career options after choosing SSC or its branchesc

Ever since its inception in November 1975, the Staff Selection Commission has been responsible for recruiting Indian to Group B governmental posts, Group C technical posts, and more. SSC has announced the prospective job vacancies open for suitable candidates in 2015. Indian citizens have the option to apply for 62,390 job vacancies across governmental organizations like:

    • Assistants, in CSS,AFHQ, MEA etc, Inspectors in Central Excise/Preventive Officer/Income Tax, Inspector of Posts, Sub Inspector in CBI, Divisional Accountants, Auditors, UDC etc
    • Tax Assistant in CBDT and CBEC

of Statistics and PI

  • Junior Engineers (Civil and Elect) in CPWD/Dept. of Posts, Military Engineering Service
  • Junior Translators of CSOLS Cadre in DOL
  • Section Officer(Commercial Audit
  • Deputy Field Officer(Cabinet Sectt)
  • Data Entry Operator(DEO)
  • Sub Inspector in CPOs
  • Section Officer (Audit)
  • Steno Grade”C”, Steno Grade “D”, and LDC
  • Section Officer (Accounts)


CBSE: Class 10th Results Analysis

The researchers have discovered the driest place on the Earth referred as Maria Elena South (MES) in which of the following deserts?

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is declared the Class 10 results for 2015. The much awaited results, for which 13 lakh students appeared, have put a lot of anxious students out of their misery. Students can get their results at the official website-,, . The students will get to know their grades in each and every subject along with the grade and point and cumulative grade point average (CGPA) after compiling marks.

The overall passing percentage this year is 97.32. Likewise 12th class results, Thiruvananthapuram region is again on the top among nation for recording the highest passing percentage. . It has recorded the pass percentage of 99.77. Second came to Chennai region with the passing percentage of 99.03. Little less than Thiruvananthapuram. Guhawati region stood on the last with the passing percentage of 86.55.

Likewise 12th CBSE results, Girls did better job than boys in CBSE Class 10th board. Passing percentage of girls are 97.82 while for boys it is 96.98.

Total 13, 73,853 students were appeared in the exam which is an increase of 3.37 % from last year. In this 197 schools are also included from other countries. From the total, around 8, 17,941 boys and 5, 55,912 are girls who have appeared for exam.

What course to select after 12th?

Courses after Class 12th

Once you will be out of school, you start looking forward for college life. Side by side you get tension for what course you will opt as there are number of courses offered by different colleges and institutes.

Student’s future will be depended upon the course he chooses after 12th. He is guided to select or opt the course in which he/she has interested in. Parents usually force or dominate child to select the course what they suggest. This is wrong! Child has full right and should have to select the one in which he/she has interest and wish to make future in it.

Child should have to counsel yourself, then take guidance from other people and experts and elder people. Your area of interest is fully depended upon the stream you have chosen in 11th. Many options are offered by colleges, institutes in different streams.

There are many options available if you are the student of Arts Stream. Courses like further study in arts, Humanities, management, fashion, Journalism and tourism field is there in which you can make your future in. all the courses are well reputed. Also, the Foreign Language Courses are on a high demand for graduation as it helps students move into multi-national companies. The most popular among the language courses are Spanish, Russian, Korean, French, and Japanese.

If you are student from PCB or Biology or can say medical stream, then you can make your future in medical line, pharmacy, science research, and all other art group fields.

If you are student from PCM or math, then you can pursue engineering & technology, pharmacy, architecture, and all art group fields.

If you are from commerce stream, then also you have number of choices like diploma and certificate courses which includes Taxation, Applied Managerial Economics, Accounting, Banking and Insurance, Micro Finance, Stock Market etc. you can also pursue your gradation in BCom, Bcom (Hons) BA, BBM, BBA from reputed colleges .

Engineering Colleges in Delhi NCR region


CBSE has declared 12th class results on 25th May. Admission process for different colleges in the NCR region already started. NCR including the colleges located in surrounding provinces like Faridabad, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad and Noida. There are number of colleges for the students who want to pursue engineering course. Different colleges have different admission criteria and cutoffs. Numbers of courses are offered by different colleges like computer science and engineering, mechanical engineering, electronics and communication engineering, civil engineering and chemical engineering.

Admission procedures are different for different colleges of particular region. The colleges comes in the UP region will consider UPTU and JEE main exams. Colleges in Haryana and Rajasthan region will consider only JEE main exams and colleges from Delhi consider the state standard of admission procedure. For choosing the best colleges in the NCR region, students must to check the factors like placement cell services, academic progress and excellence, national importance & reputation, ambient and spacious infrastructure and students’ preference.

List of engineering colleges:

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IITD)
  2. Delhi technological university, Delhi
  3. Amity University, Noida.
  4. Netaji subhash Institute of Technology, Delhi
  5. ITM University, Gurgaon
  6. Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
  7. Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi
  8. YMCA University of Science and technology
  9. IMS Engineering college, Ghaziabad
  10. Jaypee Institute of Information technology, Noida
  11. Gurgaon institute of technology and management
  12. Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon
  13. National Power Training Institute, New Delhi
  14. ABES Engineering College, Gurgaon
  15. Rajkumar goel Engineering college, Ghaziabad
  16. Galgotias college of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida
  17. KIIT College of Engineering, Gurgaon
  18. JSS academy of Technical Education, Noida
  19. Lingaya’s University, Faridabad
  20. Maharaja Agrasen Institute of technology, Delhi
  21. Bharati Vidyapeeth’s college of Engineering, Delhi

IAS exams 2015 tips and strategies

Helpful tips

Life Is too short to be little. IAS exams are the special exams. This exam will consist of three stages viz. preliminary exam, mains exams, and Interview (personality test).

Preliminary exam is objective in nature, Mains exam is written and Interview exam is verbal exam. One has to clear preliminary exam to appear for mains and then Interview round. Interview is known as final frontier.

Tips to clear IAS Exams in just one go

    1. Work Smart not hard: Working hard is not the only key to success. You need to be work smart as well. Smartness could mean different things to different readers. It could mean reading selectively but reading well, reading many books selectively, mixing books and notes, making micro notes, proper time management, taking mock tests of yourself and so on.
    2. Don’t go for multitasking, sometimes single tasking gives us better fruit: there are number of sections covering IAS syllabus like history, geography, economy, polity, science, ecology and environment, ethics, integrity, aptitude and decision making, national and international affairs, general awareness, and many other sections. IAS is the study for what’s on the earth. It’s about what is there under the sun, universe. Pick one subject, combine it with say current affairs which you should cover for sometime may days.

Read news paper, magazines like Civil Services Chronicle or Pratiyogita Darpan and the Manorama Year Book. Don’t run in gold rush.

  1. Follow just in time approach: According to this approach, we should seek information only when it is required. If you seek all the information or knowledge at one time, you’ll start losing yourself in the information maze.
  2. Take test of yourself constantly: test yourself constantly rather than waiting for mock test. Go through the previous year papers, take a random test. This approach will tell you the clear image of yourself regarding the preparation done by you.
  3. Prepare notes, plan time management: this will help you to revise the vast part quickly. Last days preparation can only be done by these micro notes and proper time management system.
  4. Read only the essential part: it is also guided to read the essential part only. Don’t waste time on unnecessary things or part. Refer standard books rather than the books which consists missing information or less relevant.

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SBI PO 2015 call letters for pre-exam training out

education news

State Bank of India (SBI) is conducting a written examination for 2393 posts. The bank has invited online applications for 2393 Posts of Probationary officers from whom 393 are backlog vacancies. The application process was over on 2 May 2015.

State Bank of India has already released the admit card for ST/SC and Minority students who had applied for the pre exam training for SBI PO recruitment 2015. The pre exam for ST/SC and minority communities is scheduled to be held from 8 June to 13 June 2015. Students may download their call letter from the official website of SBI (

Procedure for downloading call letters for SBI PO Pre-exam training:

  • Visit the SBI Website
  • Click on the link “Admit cards”.
  • After click the Admit card link, enter you registration number, Date of birth or password and choose your admit card language.
  • Click on the submit button. Your Admit card will be displayed by the website.
  • Verify the details given in the admit card.
  • Save a soft copy and get it print.

Note: Candidates are requested to remember that they need to bring their SBI call letter as well as one photo identity proof in original and one photocopy.

Only candidates, who have successfully applied for SBI PO recruitment exam 2015 on or before 07 May, will be able to download the admit cards for pre-exam June 2015 from SBI website. Only SC/ ST and minority candidates, who had applied for pre-exam training, can now download admit cards by following the procedure above.

SBI PO – Tips for English section to score high marks

Important Tips

State bank of India (SBI) is a multinational banking organization that provides investment banking, insurance, savings and many other services to the customers. More than 2.3 lakhs employees have been working in this organization.

SBI released notification for the post of probationary officer. Exam will consist of three phases viz. Phase 1 – preliminary exam, Phase 2- Main exam, Phase 3- group discussion & interview

Admit card for the preliminary exams are out. Preliminary exam will consist of 3 subjects in total i.e. English language, quantitative aptitude, reasoning ability.

English language section will consist of 30 questions, quantitative aptitude will consist of 35 questions and reasoning ability will consist of 35 questions in total.

English language is the most important section for this exam. Although, it is most avoided and least prepared section. Students take this section so lightly which may leads to the negative results.

In English language questions are asked from different topics which are as follows:

  • Reading comprehension
  • Spotting errors
  • Fill in the blanks
  • Cloze test
  • Para-jumbles

Level for English language is difficult-moderate. Read English news paper daily. You will feel the difference while attempting questions in exam. There is no need to practice endless reading comprehension questions because practice papers are just a tool to measure performance but if you really want to improve your score then read newspaper every day.

Good vocabulary is also required to crack these exams. To improve your vocabulary, you are guided to read word power made easy book. Read or memorize 10 new words every day along with its synonyms and antonyms.

If you are movie lover, try to watch good English movies or English news channels.

Apart from the above, there are some sections like spotting errors, fill in the blanks, cloze test. For having good command on these sections you are guided to do one mock test paper daily. This will increase your ability to and accuracy level in grammar.

Useful Book to prepare English section for SBI PO exam:

Crack Descriptive English, Personal Interview & Banking Awareness for SBI/ IBPS PO/ SO/

Last 4 weeks left for SBI PO exam 2015: Tips/Tricks and Guidance


State bank of India (SBI) is a multinational banking organization that provides investment banking, insurance, savings and many other services to the customers. More than 2.3 lakhs employees have been working in this organization. They are well known for their services and to provide such services they keep on recruiting candidates who are skilled and capable of working in any environment.

SBI has made some major changes in the exam pattern and syllabus. The exam will pattern consists of three phase i.e. Phase 1- Preliminary exam, Phase 2- Main Exams, phase 3- group Discussion & Interview. It consists of three subjects’ viz. English Language, quantitative Aptitude, and reasoning ability. In prelims exam there will be 100 questions in total. 1 hour will be provided.

Quantitative Aptitude: There will be 35 questions from this section. It covers the topics like numbers, Arithmetic, Modern Math, Geometry and data interpretation & data sufficiency. Di is the most important part of Po exams. Quantitative Aptitude is mostly dedicated to DI portion.

The study plan focuses on not only the DI portion but also other aptitude chapters as these chapters are very crucial to crack the prelims.

English Language: This portion shall contain 30 questions in total. Topics like reading comprehension, grammar, para jumbles, cloze test & fill in the blanks, vocabulary will cover under this topic. Practice 1 hour mock test daily. It will increase your accuracy level.

Reasoning ability: This section will consist of 35 questions. Topics like Analytical Reasoning, other verbal reasoning, Non verbal reasoning will cover under this section. It is a test to

observing your mental and problem solving ability. Reasoning is not like numerical skill where you learn some formula and solve question by applying that formula. Understanding the question before solving it is very important to do well in this section.

Useful tips for the exam

Cracking a Bank PO exam is not rocket science. All it needs is your dedication and a bit of luck. There is a tip for everything and once you understand the tips for clearing the Bank PO exam, you will clear it. Although one must follow his own method, here is a list of tips that increase your chances of getting through the exam.

Create your own time table- Strategic planning of the day helps you balance your daily schedule. An ideal time table should include everything i.e. studies, sleep, food, outing, etc. Also, it is advised that you plan your schedule accordingly. Once you start working in accordance with your schedule, you feel confident and will certainly not come under pressure.

Understand your Exam- The best way to understand what you will face in the examination room is by referring to previous year question papers or mock papers. Such papers serve as guidance and will definitely help you streamline your practice.The more you practice the more you will understand the pattern and the more you will learn.

Time Game- Time plays an important role in Bank PO exam. Usually the exam consists of 200 questions and the time frame provided is of 2 hours. The best way to deal with this is to solve online simulated tests. By practicing such tests you will improve your pace and definitely get confidence.

Focus on your weak area- We all have a weak area and it is very important to realize what it is. Some people find reasoning easy whereas for others it may be cumbersome. The early you find out your weak areas, the early you can start planning and working on it. Once you understand your weak areas, start working on it. Devote additional time to it, solve as many questions as possible, take help from the internet, join coaching classes, etc.

Above mentioned tips will certainly help you gain confidence in yourself. Remember, practice makes a person perfect. Keep on practicing and practicing. There is no short cut in life. Hard work pays off but smart work takes you ahead. So start studying smartly and devote your time strategically.

Useful Books for SBI PO Exam
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JEE Advanced 2015: changes in question paper and marking scheme affect the results

JEE Advanced 2015

The offline and online format exams of JEE Main 2015 were held on 4th, 10th and 11th April 2015. JEE Main is one of the two exams students take for admission into some of the most prestigious engineering colleges across the country, like the IIT’s, IIIT’s, NIT’s and ISMs. The second exam, JEE Advanced 2015 was scheduled on 24th May 2015. The exam was held in 2 Shifts, Paper-1 from 9am to 12 noon and Paper-2 from 2 pm to 5 Pm. 1.52 lakh students were selected to appear for this exam, although only 1.22 lakh students were eligible to sit for the exam based on various pre criteria.

There were major changes done in the question paper and marking patterns of JEE Advanced 2015 which may affect the scores. In paper 1 & 2 both, total 60 questions were asked, 20 Question from each subject. First paper was of 264 marks where as second paper was of 240 marks. Each subject was of 168 marks. Total marks for both the paper was 504. Last year the grand total was 360 marks.

Moreover, the penalty for each wrong answer is also increased. 4 marks will be allotted for each right answer and 2 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

This year paper was quite tough as compared to last year’s in the difficulty level of the questions as well as the marking scheme of the answers. Around 108 Marks can be considered easy overall, 188 marks Moderate and 208 Marks are considered difficult in the paper.

Results update:COMEDK results 2015 to be announced on 8th June 2015

Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka Under Graduate Entrance Test or popularly known as the COMEDK UGET, is the entrance exam conducted in Karnataka for admissions in various undergraduate courses in Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges all over the state.

Exam was conducted on 10 May, 2015 at various prescribed centers of Karnataka State for the admission to various UG and PG degree courses in the field of medical, engineering and dental. Results for the same were to be announced on 30th May which is now postponed by eight days. Results are now to be announced on Monday, 8th June 2015. About 14 medical colleges, 25 dental colleges and over 150 engineering colleges participate in the COMEDK with over 20,000 seats available for admission. All other dates as per the calendar of event published earlier remained unchanged.

Candidates can check their results on the official site once results will be announced. So Candidates who have appeared in CET Exam should be patient till you get the results and should wait for more eight days for your COMEDK CET 2015 Results.

In COMEDK UGET, for MBBS/BDS, 60 questions are set from each Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English making the exam of a total of 240 questions carrying one mark each. There is no negative marking. Physics and Chemistry comprises of one paper and Biology and English comprises of one paper with 2 hour duration for each. 50% marks are required in English but the marks of English do not contribute to the overall ranking of the candidate. The rank of the candidate is determined with the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Usually the COMEDK UGET form is available in March and the last date for receipt of the form is in April. The exam is usually held in the month of May and results can be expected by the month of May.

CBSE Orders for students not to change the stream in Mid-Session


Up in arms against CBSE’s decision regaring no change in the subjects or stream in the middle session for class 11th. As per the CBSE Scheme regarding the subject change, No student is permitted to change his/her subject or stream once taken in class 11th.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to frame guidelines after schools are shifting students from science to commerce stream in the middle of the academic year. According to the implementation of new rules and strategies by CBSE, No Student is allowed to change their stream or subjects in mid-session.

Approx 13, 73,853 students of class 10th CBSE board are waiting for their results. Results were expected to be announced earlier but now have been delayed and expected to be declare on 27th or 28th May.

10 Class results are one of the important demeanors for the students to choose their subjects and stream in class 11th. Schools allot streams to the students on the basis of Cumulative Grade Points Average (CGPA) which a student gets in their board results.

Central Board of Secondary education (CBSE) has also arranged a post examination counseling for students where a team experts and counselor will guide students for choosing the right stream.

CBSE Syllabus is very structured, highly predictable and controlled. All students of class 10th passout are requested to follow all the guidelines issued by the CBSE regarding class 11th before taking any stream.

Battle for third Language, Sanskrit, SSS Send legal notice to CBSE


THE mother of all Indo-Aryan languages, which has also helped in development and enrichment of almost all languages across the globe, is fighting a tough battle in its own country of origin, India. The language, acknowledged and documented to be the most structured and scientific language in the entire world. Sanskrit is now called a dead language because almost all the schools have adopted foreign language i.e. French, German, Spanish as the third language.

Sanskrit Siksha Sangh (SSS) send the legal notice to CBSE for making Sanskrit language as a third language. Schools are unable to affiliate the three language formula which says Secondary stage students should learn a modern Indian Language apart from Hindi and English. Sanskrit Association had contested that foreign language “German” is to be replaced by Sanskrit as a third language.

Private schools as well as Government school such as Kendriya Vidhyalaya have adopted foreign languages i.e. French, German or Spanish as Third language. Students have to select any one language among three in classes VI, VII, VIII.

Earlier Sanskrit Siksha Sangh (SSS) had moved to Delhi high court in 2013 against kendriya Vidhayalay’s Decision to introduce German as their third language. This is totally against the three language formula.

The central board of secondary education was served by Sanskrit siksha sangh (SSS), a legal notice for not adopting three language formula and keep teaching Spanish, German and French as the third language and continue to do so. According to SSS, Schools should follow the law and also follow what had stated in the affidavit of the high court.

Boys buck trend, outshine girls: CBSE Class 12th Results 2015

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In a reversal of trend of sorts, boys have outshone girls in the CBSE class XII results that were announced on Monday with 82 per cent students passing the exam and girls faring better than boys. The pass percentage of girls stood at 87.56 compared with 77.77 per cent of the boys in the country. The girls outshine boys again.

Girls had this year too done better than boys.  Delhi girl, M Gayatri of New Green Fields School, Saket, bagged the first rank in CBSE Exam by scoring 99.2 per cent. She Got 496 out of 500 in total. Mythili Mishra from Amity International School, Noida, at the second position, scored 495 out of 500.

In the science stream, Ashwin Ramesh from CMRNPS secured 97.2%, DPS South student Ujjwal Pasupulety scored 96.8% and Harini S. from Sindhi High School, Hebbal got 96.6%. Sindhi School also achieved cent percent result.

10,40,368 candidates had registered for class XII examination this year, an increase of about 1.2 per cent candidates over that of last year.

Thiruvananthapuram registered the highest pass percentage at 95.41. In the Chennai region (which covers Maharashtra), 92.13% girls passed the exam compared to 90.37% boys.

Compartment exam will be scheduled on July 16 2015.  The re-evaluation of answer books will be available for subjects such as English Core, English Elective (NCERT), English Elective (CBSE), Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics and Accountancy.

All India CBSE Class 12th Toppers shares their SUCCESS MANTRA

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CBSE has officially announced 12 Class board result on 25th may. This year Pass percentage of girls in CBSE 12th results is 87.55% as compared to that of boys which is 77.77% that means this year Girls have outranked the boys. The pass percentage is 82%, down 0.70% from last year.

The Class XII board exam is an important juncture in every student’s life, as it marks a transition from school to college. All India Top three rankers share their success mantra. M Gayatri from Green fields School, Saket, Delhi has topped with a score of 496 marks out of 500. She maintained regularity to normal hours of study throughout the school year. “Gayatri said, stressing that six hours of daily study, divided into two hours in the morning and four in the evening, helped her.

The second Highest score is Mithali Mishra’s from Amity International School, Noida, Saurabh Bhambhri of KRM world School, Greater kailash II and B Arjun of Kendriya Vidhyalaya Pattom, Thiruvanananthapuram, with 99% Marks, 495 marks out of 500.

Third rank had been shared by three students- Poonam Kumari from Mohindra garh, Gurvindar Singh Saini from Jalandhar and N Nishok kumar from Chennai Who obtained 494 marks out of 500 .

Class 12th CBSE Supplementary Exam from 16 July


Central Board of secondary Examination (CBSE) will conduct Improvement of performance examination (Compartmental examinations) for students who could not qualify in this year’s annual class 12 examinations on 16 July. For cross verification or revaluation the candidates can access the official website to avail the forms for verification. The candidates interested to go for revaluation can either apply online or download the offline form and send the form to Regional Office concerned with requisite fee i.e. INR 300 per subject. Verified marks will be uploaded on the official website. However, the Board will not be responsible for any loss or damage or any inconvenience caused to the, candidate, consequent on the revision of marks or delay in communications for reasons beyond control.

Rules for verification of marks:

  • A Candidate who has appeared at an examination conducted by the Board may apply to the concerned Regional Officer of the Board for verification of marks in any particular subject. The verification will be restricted to checking whether all the answer’s have been evaluated and that there has been no mistake in the totaling of marks for each question in that subject and that the marks have been transferred correctly on the title page of the answer book and to the award list and whether the supplementary answer book(s) attached with the answer book mentioned by the candidate are intact. No revaluation of the answer book or supplementary answer book(s) shall be done.
  • Applications are required to submit for verification of marks between 27 May to 6 June.
  • All such applications must be accompanied by payment of fee as prescribed by the Board i.e. Rs. 300/- per subject.
  • No candidate shall claim, or be entitle to, revaluation of his/her answers or disclosure or inspection of the answer book(s) or other documents.
  • Candidates can apply for getting photocopies of their answer sheet between 6 June to 17 June.
  • Students can apply for revaluation of marks online between 18 June to June 24.
  • The Board will not be responsible for any loss or damage or any inconvenience caused to the, candidate, consequent on the revision of marks or delay in communications for reasons beyond control.
  • Candidate can apply fir revaluation only in English Core, English Elective (NCERT), English Elective (CBSE), Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics and Accountancy.
  • They can apply for re-evaluation of a maximum of 10 questions
  • The decision of the Chairman on the result of the verification of marks shall be final.

CBSE Result 2015: Class 12th Result Check Here

Result for Group Mathematical Olympiad

CBSE has declared class 12th result today at 12:00 am. Students can check their result on,, In 2015. Students can obtain result through SMS,  at  57766 or 7738299899. The Charges for SMS is One Rupee .

Details for SMS Service are below mentioned:

  • CBSE 12 roll no Send SMS to 57766 BSNL
  • CBSE 12 roll no Send SMS to 58888111 Vodafone
  • CBSE 12 roll no Send SMS to 58888111 IDEA
  • CBSE 12 roll no Send SMS to 58888111 AIRCEL
  • CBSE 12 roll no Send SMS to 58888111 RELIANCE

Students can get their result through Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) by dialing 24300699 (Delhi), 011-24300699 (other parts of the country). The Charges for IVRS is 30 paisa per minute.

In 2015 total of 10,29,874 students including  6,03,064 boys and  4,26,810 girls appeared for Class 12 exam.

DU CUT-OFFS: Inching nearly 100 PERCENT

Delhi Ubiversity Cut OFF

With the date of announcement of CBSE and ISC results for Class 12 coming out anytime soon, Delhi University aspirants are dreading the cut-off. With students like Arkya Chatterjee from Kolkata scoring as high as 99.75 percent in ISC Board Exams, the anticipation regarding CBSE Board results has only increased and students might be inching towards a perfect 100. There will be a surge of announcements from colleges in Delhi University as soon as the CBSE results are announced. The cut-off will depend majorly on the results of the students. Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the cut-offs because of the consistent scoring of the students.

As a result, the cut-offs this year are expected to reach as high as 100 percent for the academic year 2015. Science students are under the most threat of the rising cut-off, since they have an option to opt for Humanities and Commerce as well. With percentages increasing every year and with limited seats in colleges like Lady Shri Ram, Shri Ram College of Commerce, Hindu and St. Stephen’s College might be disappointing news for many students. Many colleges take into account the best of four, even though the overall aggregate is out of five subjects.

Colleges will soon release a required percentage and minimum marks and students who fulfill the criteria will start applying in the subsequent days. A separate cut-off will be announced for students belonging to Other Backward Classes (OBC) and Scheduled Castes (SC), based on the reservation guidelines set up by the Government of India. Students, who wish to get admission on the basis of extra-curricular activity and sports, will have to apply separately to each college by giving an audition/performance. Let’s just hope that despite the sky-high cut-offs, students get admission into the course of their choice.

Schedule of Delhi University Admissions 2015-16

Delhi University Admission 2015-2016

Delhi University is one of the most prestigious universities of the country with lakhs of students applying for admissions into it every year. With the board result out, Delhi University published the schedule for admission into the Under Graduate (UG) programs on their official website The online registrations are slated to commence from May 28 whereas the offline registrations (offline sale/receipt of forms) will begin from June 5.

Offline registrations will be possible only at eight centres, listed below:

  • Dyal Singh College,
  • Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma (ARSD) College,
  • Gargi College,
  • PGDAV College,
  • Maharaja Agrasen College,
  • Rajdhani College,
  • Sri Guru Gobind Singh College
  • Shyam Lal College

The details of the schedule are as followed:

Expected date of issuance Admissions and payment of fees till
First cut-off list June 25 June 27
Second cut-off list June 30 July 2
Third cut-off list July 4 July 7
Fourth cut-off list July 9 July 11
Fifth cut-off list July 14 July 16
Sixth cut-off list July 20 July 22
Seventh cut-off list July 24 July 27

BITSAT 2015 was tough : Students

vacancies in Government Banks

Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test BITSAT 2015 began on May 14 to be conducted in a 16-day window till May 29 for admission to Engineering courses at BITS campuses in Pilani, Hyderabad and Goa. The 3 hour objective-type online test is divided in 4 parts and consists of 150 questions of 1 mark each, taking the total marks to 150. Each correct answer carried 3 marks but 1 mark was deducted on each wrong attempt.

According to the students who have appeared and experts, the overall online exam was of moderate level with no technical glitches. However, students who appeared on the first day of the BITSAT 2015 marked Mathematics as the toughest section. Whereas, Physics and English Proficiency & Logical Reasoning were marked moderate and Chemistry was the easiest one. Students found the mathematics section the most difficult because of lengthy and tricky questions. Usually the questions are formed from a set database in the exam, but many students found it tougher than last year exams. Mere NCERT was not enough as students faced higher lever questions based on rotational motion, inertia and limits and derivatives and their application.

Around 2,000 BE (Hons) seats will be filled through the online entrance tests and for which around 1.8 lakh students are appearing in 48 cities across India. The eligible candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the written examination and no further rounds of group discussions or personal interview will be conducted. Students will be given their score cards as soon as their exam gets over.

Admission Registration of MAH MBA/MMS CET: May 16 – May 30, 2015

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The admission registration for the Maharashtra Common Entrance Test 2015 (MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015) have begun from May 16,2015 and will continue till 5 pm on May 30. The schedule for the Centralized Admission Process (CAP) for this examination is available on its official website- However not everyone can apply for the exam. It is guarded by a defined criterion. The eligibility criteria are as follows:

Eligibility criteria:

Category 1: The candidates who have registered for MAH-MBA/MMS CET during the period February 18 to March 2 and appeared for MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015 or CAT (conducted by IIMs)/ GMAT/CMAT 2015/ MAT February 2015/ XAT/ ATMA are eligible for online registrations for admission to MBA/MMS and PGDM courses through candidates’ login.

Category 2: The candidates who could not register for MAH-MBA/MMS CET during the period February 18 to March 2 but appeared for MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015 or CAT (conducted by IIMs)/ GMAT/CMAT 2015/ MAT February 2015/ XAT/ ATMA are eligible for online registrations for admission to MBA/MMS and PGDM courses through candidates’ login

The candidates who fall under category 2 are required to:

  • Register for admissions as a new candidate (new registrants);
  • Such candidates shall be considered as All India Candidates irrespective of his/her type of candidature and category;
  • Such candidates shall pay the fees in the form of cash (offline mode) at any ARC during document verification and confirmation.

Registration Fees for category 2 candidates:

  • For Open Category Candidates from Maharashtra State, Outside Maharashtra State (OMS), J & K Migrant candidates: Rs 2,000
  • For Candidates of Backward Class Categories [SC, ST, VJ/DT-NT(A),NT(B), NT(C),NT(D), OBC, SBC] and Persons with Disability Candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only: Rs 1,800

All the other requisite details are available on the official website.

Colleges accepting score of JEE Advanced Exam

JEE Advanced 2015

JEE is one of the toughest exam and getting through it ensures admission into a college of repute for engineering. The exam Joint Entrance Exam (Advanced) is conducted by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) under the guidance of Joint Admission Board (JAB). For the session of 2015, the exam is scheduled to take place on May 24, 2015.

Colleges that accept JEE (Advanced) scores are:

  1. Indian Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar
  2. Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
  3. Indian Institute of Technology, Gandhinagar
  4. Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati
  5. IIT Delhi – Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  6. IITH – Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
  7. Indian Institute of Technology, Indore
  8. Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur
  9. Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
  10. IIT KGP – Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
  11. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
  12. Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi
  13. IIT Patna, Indian Institute of Technology, Patna
  14. Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
  15. IIT Ropar, Indian Institute of Technology, Ropar
  16. Indian Institute of Technology, BHU-Varanasi
  17. ISM Dhanbad (to be converted into IIT as per budget announcement in 2015)
  18. Indian Institute of Technology, Tirupati
  19. Indian Institute of Technology, Chhattisgarh
  20. Indian Institute of Technology, Palghat
  21. Indian Institute of Technology, Goa
  22. Indian Institute of Science Education and Research – Kolkata
  23. Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune
  24. Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Mohali
  25. Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Thiruvananthapuram
  26. Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal
  27. Indian Institute of Science Bangalore
  28. Indian Institute of Space Science & Technology

With a plethora of such options available, the JEE aspirant is sure to have a bright future if he gets into any of these colleges.

Private schools under government’s scan

education news

Parents of children studying in private schools of Delhi/NCR are aggrieved over the steep hike in school fees every year. Several CBSE-affiliated schools among others have reportedly hiked fees by 20 percent this year. The agitated parents have lodges several complaints, as a result of which the education department decided to monitor 122 CBSE-run, a dozen ICSE and thousands of state-run schools on May 14, 2015.

This tussle between parents and private schools is not a new one. Similar complaints were filed in the High Court in the year 2009. Parents have been seen lamenting over the lack of apathy and legislation in private schools. According to them, if the fee keeps increasing at this rate, Class 12 students will be paying an exorbitant amount of Rs 8 lakh per annum by the year 2020. However, now this long-standing tussle between parents and private school managements over “exorbitant” fees may soon come to an end with the Delhi government drafting a legislation to monitor and control fees.

The Bill, currently being worked on by the Department of Education, is going to be on the lines of the Fee Regulation Act in Tamil Nadu, passed in 2009, a top official at the directorate of education said. The proposed “Regulation of Collection of Fees Bill” may be introduced in the Assembly session next month. It proposes to constitute a high-powered committee headed by a retired judge to decide on the tuition charges levied by private schools.

If all goes fine, parents will not have to shell out a humongous amount on the school education of their children.


Notification for UPSC Civil Services examination 2015 postponed


The date of issuance of notification for Civil Services examination 2015 has been postponed by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The examination is conducted by the UPSC annually in three stages– preliminary, main and interview –to select candidates for prestigious Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among others. The notification was scheduled to be released on May 16,2015. According to the UPSC statement, the revised date of notification will be intimated in due course. Sources said the date for notification has been postponed due to the changes introduced by the government in the pattern of civil services examination. The changes included are:

  • To continue with the controversial aptitude test in the civil services preliminary examination and also set 33 per cent minimum qualifying marks.
  • An expert committee would be constituted to take a holistic view of the aptitude test, part of civil services preliminary examination.

The Centre has also decided to give an extra chance this year to candidates who appeared in civil services preliminary examination in 2011. The move comes following an assurance given by the government in this regard last year.

Useful Books for UPSC Civil Services Exam

CSAT IAS Prelims 101 Speed Tests Practice Workbook with 10 Practice Sets - Paper 1Crack Civil Services General Studies IAS Prelims (CSAT) - Paper 1 Third EditionObjective Advanced General Knowledge & Current Affair Updates Level 2

Preparation for JEE Advanced 2015: Last Minute Tips & Tricks

Last minute preparation tips and tricks

With JEE Advanced examination date running close, there is not much time left for revisions. The exam is scheduled to be held on May 24 in two parts, from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm. The examination is conducted for admissions into IITs and ISM Dhanbad and is very crucial for the engineering aspirants. With only a few days left now, here are a few last minute tips and tricks that must be kept in mind:

1. Revise covered topics: Concentrate on the topics that you have already covered and about which you are confident. It is not the time to learn new topics as it will only waste time and lower your confidence.

2. Make a Timetable: Prepare a revision timetable and study during the last days before the exam according to this schedule.

3. Time Management: Decide beforehand how much time you will spend on each section. Work this out according to your strengths and weaknesses. Make sure to not favour the sections you like as the cut-off for all subjects must be cleared.

4. Formulas: Revise all the formulas and difficult problems for each subject.

5. Self-study: Don’t try group studies in the last two weeks. The build-up of anxiety and stress will be more within a group, and it is bound to influence you.

6. Practice: Practice from question banks and past years’ IIT JEE papers. This would give you an idea about the upcoming JEE Advanced.

7. Mock-Papers: While attempting mock papers try and pace yourself, so that on the day of the exam you have estimation of how much time will you take for each section.

8. Set target score: It would be better if you set a target score range for yourself and practice according to that. This would help you work on your strong areas and make it easier for you to achieve the score for which you’re aiming.

9. Read carefully before you attempt: When you get the exam paper on the day of JEE Advanced, do not start attempting it blindly. Read the entire question paper carefully. Begin with the easier questions which carry more marks and move on to the more difficult questions.

10. Relax: Be sure to remain calm and not let the stress get to you. Take frequent breaks and relax your mind. In order to do well in the exam, your mind needs to be stress-free.

Scoring and Marking in CBSE AIPMT

AIPMT Question Paper Leaked

Scoring and marking are the two most important aspect of any entrance exam that define the ranks of the candidates. The entrance exam of All India Pre Medical/Pre Dental Test (AIPMT) was conducted on 3 May, 2015 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. The exam is for the aspiring doctors who wish to get admission into the reputable MBBS and BDS courses in government colleges and participating private colleges.

The total number of questions from the genre of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (botany, zoology) are 180. Each question carries 4 marks. For every correct answer, the candidates will be awarded with 4 marks. For each incorrect response, however, one mark will be deducted from the total score. If there is no response for any particular question, then there will be no deduction from the total score. The candidates are thus advised not to attempt such items in the answer sheet, if they are not sure of the correct response. However, if more than one answer is indicated for a question, then if will be marked as incorrect response and will be negatively marked. As per the experts at many coaching Institutes, the expected cut off for AIPMT, this year would be 420-425.

What if two candidates obtain equal marks? What shall be the tie-breaker conditions?

After the announcement of the results, if there are two or more candidates obtaining equal marks in the AIPMT- 2015, then the inter-se-merit of such candidates shall be determined in order of preference as follows:

(a) Candidates obtaining higher marks in Biology (Botany & Zoology) in the test.

(b) Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry in the test.

(c) Candidates with less number of attempted wrong answers in all the subjects in the test.

(d) Candidates older in age to be preferred.

For more details, the candidates can visit the official website.

Declaration of AIPMT 2015 Results

AIPMT Question Paper Leaked

The wait for getting admission into the prestigious medical colleges will soon be over.The results of All India Pre Medical/Pre Dental Test (AIPMT) will be declared on June 5, 2015. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will prepare the the merit list/wait list based on the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, DGHS, MCI and DCI. No separate result list will be made for SC/ST Candidates. The exam was conducted on 3rd May, 2015. The answer key for the examination has been published on the official website ( .

The scanned images of OMR answer sheets and responses to the questions marked by the candidates will be displayed on May 21, 2015 on the website. According to the experts, the exam consisting of 180 objective-type multiple choice questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology) was comparatively difficult when compared to the previous year papers. For each correct answer, the candidates will be awarded with 4 marks.

However, for every incorrect response one mark will be deducted from the total score. The expected cut-off for AIPMT estimated by experts should be around 420-425. Based on the ranks, around 2,200 MBBS and 300 BDS seats will be allotted admissions, through the test, this year.

Official Answer key published for CBSE AIPMT 2015

Answer key

For admissions into the prestigious MBBS and BDS courses in various government and participating private colleges, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi in compliance with the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, conducted the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT), for the academic session 2015-16 on 3rd May, 2015. The answer key for the examination has been released by CBSE and published on the official website

The images of OMR answer sheets and responses to the questions marked by the candidates will be displayed on 21st May 2015 on the website. If the candidate has a doubt on the authenticity of any answer, he can challenge the answer key by paying a sum of Rs 1,000 per response. This amount is subject to refund to the candidate if his/her challenge is accepted by the board.

To View Answer Key , the candidates should follow below mentioned steps :

Go to Official Website;

Click on ‘Candidate login’;

Enter the Registration Number and Password;

The answer key will be displayed to them on the monitor screens. The candidates can also check the desired paper code. The candidates have also been provided with a user manual link for key challenge. The link for the same is:

The tentative date for declaration of the results is 5th June 2015. With the answer keys available, the candidates can calculate their expected score. For more details, the candidates should check the official website.

Civil Services 2011 candidates to get extra chance


Candidates who have appeared for union public service (UPSC) held civil service preliminary exam (Prelims) exam in the year 2011 will be given an extra chance this year, according to the official of Department of personnel and training (DoPT).

Altogether 472290 candidates had applied for civil services prelims in 2011, of which 234003 had appeared for the examination. These candidates may be granted one more attempt in this year.

The examination pattern for the prelims was modified in 2011, prior to that paper 1 based on general studies and candidates had to choose an optional subject for paper 2. Candidates under general category are allowed ti give six attempts

Last year, there were widespread protests against the Civil Services Aptitude Test (C-SAT) by aspirants, who had demanded its cancellation. The candidates were against the C-SAT, a preliminary-level test, which was revised and implemented in the year 2011. According to the protesting candidates, the upgraded pattern was discriminatory against non-English medium aspirants or those from Humanities background. The students termed the pattern as elitist, tilted in favor of those from public school or science background.

Thereafter, it was notified by the Union government that the scores acquired in the English Language Comprehension Skills (ELCS) questions in Paper II will not be counted for the final gradation and merit in the civil services examination, 2014. The commission also notified that the candidates should not attempt the ELCS questions.

DNB-CET July exam notifications

vacancies in Government Banks

The Government of India established the National Board of Examinations (NBE) in the year of 1975 for improving the quality of the Medical Education. NBE conducts the higher education entrance examinations in India. Mainly NBE conducts postgraduate and postdoctoral examinations in approved specialties leading to the award of Diplomat of National Board. NBE examinations are very high standard and proficient. DNBCET is Diplomat of National Board Centralized Entrance Test which is conducted by NBE Examinations board.

The entrance exam will be conducted from July 1 to July 4 which is referred to as the testing window. Candidate should have MBBS Degree/ Provisional Pass Certificate from any recognized university. Candidate should have completed one year internship before the 31st July 2015.

It is computer based test consisting 300 multiple choice question and there will be no negative marking.

Interested candidates and eligible candidates may apply online by logging in the official website “”. Fee for the exam is acceptable via Credit card, debit card and net banking. Last date of applying is 10 June. Results will be announced on August 16 2015.

Important dates released for MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015 examination

Important Dates

The registration schedule for centralized admission process (CAP) for the Maharashtra common entrance test 2015-16 admission into full time two year Masters of Business administration(MBA), masters in Management studies (MMS) , post graduate diploma in business management (PGDBM) and post graduate diploma in management (PGDM) programs. (MAH-MBA/MMS CET 2015) is published on the official website

The activities and scheduled date are as follows:

Online registration: 16.5.15 to 30.5.15 (up to 5 PM)

Document verification: 16.5.15 to 1.6.15 (up to 5 PM)

Display of provisional merit list: 2.6.15 at 2 PM

Submission of grievance: 3.6.15 to 5.6.15 (up to 5 PM)

Display of final merit list: 6.6.15 at 5 PM

MAH CET 2015 is state level MBA entrance exam. B school in Maharashtra offers MBA, MMS, PGDBA, PGDBM admission through MAH CET for MBA Scores and results. Candidates form Maharashtra as well as outside Maharashtra can appear in the examination. To eligible for MBA it is necessary to get a non-zero scores in the exam.

CBSE felicitated three students for their meritorious performance


Central board of secondary education awarded three students for their meritorious performance. CBSE Exam conducted throughout the country. Class 10th and 12th examination are the asset of the country. CBSE Students of class 10th and 12th really work hard to score good marks. Competition for CBSE students are tough. Every year the number of students scoring 95 percent above marks has gone upto 70 percent.

CBSE felicitated three students with the Lakshman singh Kothari and Dr. Srijata Das memorial award to encourage other students. The awards were presented by Department of Personnel and Training Secretary Sanjay Kothari.

Sarthak Aggarwal from DPS Vasant Kunj received both the awards for securing highest marks in all subjects and 100 per cent marks in mathematics. The Dr. Srijata Das Memorial Award for Excellence in Mathematics was presented to G. Hari Shankar from Air Force Bal Bharati in New Delhi and R. Sreela from Rajagiri Public School in Ernakulam, Kerala.

The CBSE, in collaboration with the Sanjay Kothari Family Charitable Trust, has instituted the Lakshman Singh Kothari Memorial Award for a student who secures maximum marks in five subjects taken together in the Class XII examination. The second award, for three students who secure 100 per cent marks in mathematics, has been instituted by the Board in memory of former CBSE Education Officer Dr. Srijata Das.

Both awards include a cash reward of Rs.10,000 each.

JEE Advanced 2015 admit card available: download here

JEE Advanced 2015

Candidates who successfully complete registering for JEE (Advanced) 2015 can download the admit card from the online registration portal.

The admit card will bear the following details of the candidate: Roll number for JEE (Advanced) 2015, Name, Parent’s/Guardian’s name, photograph, signature of candidate, left hand thumb impression of candidate, date of birth, category, gender, person with disability status, language of the question paper (Q.P.) and online registration number.

In addition, the admit card will have the name and address of the examination centre allotted to the candidate, examination centre code and zone of IIT with signature of the zonal Chairman of JEE (Advanced) 2015.

Candidates should carefully examine ALL the entries in the admit card and in case of any discrepancy, contact the Chairman, JEE (Advanced) 2015 of the respective zonal IIT or mail their complaint on

The Admit Card of JEE Advanced 2015 is essential for every candidate as identity proof to be furnished at the exam hall to be able to write the JEE Advanced exam.

Downloading Process For JEE Advanced Admit Card 2015:

  • Go to the official website of CBSE or
  • Find IIT JEE Advanced 2015 Admit Card/Hall Ticket 2015.
  • Click on the link Admit Card 2015.
  • Enter your Application / Registration Number and Date of Birth.
  • Submit the details
  • You find your admit card on the screen verify it.
  • Download it and take 4-5 copies of the admit card.
  • Take this admit card to the exam.

MPBSE Class 10th Results: Daily wage laborer’s daughter scored 5th position in merit list


Madhya Pradesh Board of secondary education (MPBSE) Bhopal has announced the MP class 10 results. The results of around 11.25 lakh students has been announced.

Nandani Chauhan, a daily wage laborer’s daughter, was placed at fifth position on the merit list. She is the student of Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir, Bhopal and she became the first girl to appear in the state merit list by scoring 582 marks out of 600. Merit list is made of 34 students in which the highest marks is 586. Government have recorded pass percentage of 49.79 with 471608 students appearing from government school.

Similar as the last year, the competition is stiff and students have to perform well to get good marks in all the subjects. The MPBSE, Bhopal is a Madhya Pradesh government body responsible for determining the policy-related, administrative, cognitive, and intellectual direction of the state’s higher education system. The board regulates and supervises the system of Intermediate education in Madhya Pradesh state. It executes and governs various activities that include devising of course of study, prescribing syllabus, conducting examination, granting affiliation to colleges.


ICSE and ICS Results

As the students are going through the anxiety for their ICSE 2015 exam results, the wait is over now. Results are out.

ICSE is the second largest facilitator of undergraduate education. Conducted by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, the board expects students to submit compulsory assignments in all subjects except Science and Computers. Lakhs of students appear in ICSE and ICE Board examination every year and the same goes true for session 2015. Approximately 1, 49,087 students appeared for these examinations in 2015.

Results can be access on the official website:,,, and

Steps to follow for accessing results:

  • After logging into the council’s website, click on the link results website
  • For accessing the ICSE 2015 examination results, a candidate may click on the link ‘ICSE’ and for accessing the ISC 2015 Examination results, a candidate may click on the link ‘ISC’.
  • For accessing the ICSE 2015 Examination results, the candidate needs to enter in his/her correct Unique ID and CAPTCHA as shown in the screen.
  • For accessing the ISC 2015 Examination Results, the candidate needs to enter in his/her correct unique ID and CAPTCHA as shown in the screen.
  • The instruction to view results are provided on the results web page. The user may follow the same.

To Know your result: Click here

Results Update: Telangana class 10 board results are out

Result for Group Mathematical Olympiad

Telangana Board announced their results for class 10 today. Students can check their results from the official website or from here. The official website for the result checking is

Telangana is handling a prestigious examination of class 10 and 12. The Telangana board was establish to regulate and supervise the system of intermediate education in the state of Telangana and to specify the course and study and matters connected their with.

Telangana SSC (Secondary School of certification) exam was conducted between 25 March and 11 April. A large number of candidates have appeared for the class 10th main annual examination as per the published time table at the various centers in the state of Telangana. This is the first time Telangana state government organize the examination separately before leaving the Andhra Pradesh state. Students really worked hard to score good marks in this examination

How to download Telangana class 10th Result 2015:

  • Log on to the official website of Telangana Board at Official website:
  • Find out the link for the Telangana SSC Board Result2015 (will be updated on 17th May)
  • As you click, Telangana Board result portal will be open to your screen.
  • Enter the roll number and date of birth as asked in the portal.
  • Now click on submit to disclose your class 10th
  • Save/ Download Telangana board class 10th result 2015.
  • Take a print of result if urgent required.

Good luck for the students for their results.

SBI PO Notification 2015-16: Exam Schedule announced

SBI PO Notification 2015

State bank Of India has announced notification for recruitment of 2000 Probationary Officers (PO). Registrations are now over. Selection will be based on preliminary exam, main exam (Objective test, descriptive test), group Discussion and interview.

Important dates:

  • Download of call letter for preliminary examination training (PET) for SC/ST/ Minority Community: 26 May 2015 to 8 June 2015.
  • Date of Preliminary exam training: 8 June 15 to 13 June 15.
  • Download of call letter for preliminary examination: After 8 June
  • Date of online preliminary examination: 20,21, 27, and 28-6-2015
  • Result of Online preliminary examination: Second week of July.
  • Download call letter for main examination: after July 15.
  • Online exam : August 1, 2015
  • Result for online examination: last week of August.
  • Download call letter for GD/Interview: last week of August.
  • Conduct of GD & Interview: Third week of September.
  • Final Select list: Last week of October.

Selection will be done in three phases; Preliminary examination, main examination and GD & Interview.

Preliminary examination consisting of objective test for 100 marks will be conducted online. The test would be of one hour duration. Main examination will be objective type test of 200 marks and descriptive test of 50marks. Descriptive test will be conducted online. Phase three is GD which is of 20 marks and Interview is of 30 marks.

Useful books for SBI PO Exam preparation:
978938490552197893849055389789384905545Objective General Knowledge & Current Affairs level 2 for UPSC/ IES/ State PCS/ CSAT/ Bank15-practice-sets-for-sbi-po-preliminary-exam-400x400-imae6qy6m9dsrrssComputer Knowledge for SBI/ IBPS Clerk/ PO/ RRB/ RBI/ SSC/ Insurance Exams

Bihar SSC recruitment 2015 for 4391 posts of krishi shamnvayak(Agriculture Coordinator)


Good news for candidates and students preparing for different government jobs. Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC) invites applications from eligible candidates to apply for 4391 vacant posts of Krishi Samanvayak. The details of the post have been mentioned here below-

Last date to apply 29-05-2015
Place of posting Bihar
Total Number of posts 4391, of Krishi Samanvyak via Bihar SSC General: 2205 posts; SC: 694 posts; ST: 46 posts; EBC: 781 posts; BC: 534 posts; BCW: 131 posts.
Qualification A Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture Science/ Fisheries/ Agriculture Engg./ Gardening/ Forestry/ Dairy Technology subjects with 55% marks aggregation from any recognized University
Payment Rs.5200-20200/- + G.P Rs.2800/- per month
Age 21 years – 27 years as on 01-08-2015
Application fee Rs. 375/- by General & OBC;Rs. 100/- by SC/ ST candidates to be paid via Indian postal order at Indian Postal Selection Board PGO Patna
Address Bihar Staff Selection Commission (BSSC), Sheikhpura, Patna, Bihar 800014.

Selection process- Candidates will be selected based on their performance in written test and personal interview.

Application process- For these posts, eligible and interested willing candidates can apply online on the official website until 29-05-2015. After successful submission of the form, take print out for further use in the recruitment process.

JEE (Advanced) 2015: Ways to select answers

JEE Advanced 2015

As just 10 days are left for Joint Entrance Exam (Advanced), the candidates need to know the right method to select the right answers and mark them on the Optical Response Sheet (ORS).

All important guides are mentioned here below-

  • Candidates will get the optical response sheet (ORS) with two pages of the same design;
  • The first page of the ORS is designed in such a way to get impressions of the responses on the second page and is machine readable;
  • The candidates are not supposed to discrete or distract the arrangement of the two pages of the ORS in any situation;
  • The Answers to all questions must be indicated on the first page of the ORS by darkening the suitable bubble or bubbles as indicated in the question paper;
  • The candidates ought to make use of a Black ball point pen only to dark the bubbles;
  • The candidates must apply sufficient pressure to make it sure that the good imprint is made on the second page of the ORS;
  • The second page of the ORS will be transferred to the candidates by the supervisor when the exam ends.

Useful books,online test series and mock test paper for JEE Advanced 2015

JEE Advanced Online Test Series
Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for JEE Advanced Physics (Kota's formula to Success)Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for JEE Advanced Chemistry (Kota's formula to Daily Practice Problem (DPP) Sheets for JEE Advanced Mathematics (Kota's formula to37 Years IIT-JEE Advanced + 13 yrs JEE Main Topic-wise Solved Paper (PCM)Challenger Physics for JEE Main and Advanced

Download Mock Test Papers for JEE Advanced 2015 Click Here
Download JEE Advanced 2014 Solved Physics Question Paper
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Download JEE Advanced 2014 Solved Mathematics question Paper
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Download JEE Advanced 2014 Solved Chemistry Question Paper
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MP DMAT Entrance Exam 2015 set to take place on June 21

education news

The Associate of Private Dental and Medical Colleges (APDMC) will conduct the MP DMAT Entrance Exam 2015 on June 21 to allow the qualified candidates to take admission in Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Nursing,Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT),Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT), Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS),Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and in other medical courses.

Eligibility Criteria:

Educational qualification:

MBBS/BDS 10+2 with at least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology each and 50% overall also. Pass marks in English is also required
BPT, BOT, B.Sc. Nursing and other Allied Paramedical Programs 10+2 with minimum qualifying makes in Biology,Chemistry and Physics separately.


B.Sc Nursing Pass marks in English
Type of questions and subjects Multiple choice questions, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics
Total Marks 200 marks
Questions from each subject 50

Application Procedure:

Interested and eligible candidates can register online at and pay a demand draft of Rs 1500 favour of APDMC, payable at Bhopal to complete the registration process.

Important dates:

Last date to submit the forms June 18
Date of MP DMAT entrance June 21


Useful books for Medical Aspirants:

7 Years NEET/ CBSE-PMT Topic wise Solved Papers BIOLOGY (1988 - 2014)27 Years NEET/ CBSE-PMT Topic wise Solved Papers Chemistry (1988 - 2014)27 Years NEET/ CBSE-PMT Topic wise Solved Papers PHYSICS (1988 - 2014)

MP Board Bhopal (MPBSE) HSC 10th class exam results 2015 published: check now

Result for Group Mathematical Olympiad

The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has published the results of the Madhya Pradesh Class 10 examination on its website. The result has been made available on the board’s official website and

Aspirants need to browse the website, enter the required information asked by the website, to get the result. The exam took place between March 3 and March 24. The candidates have the facility to download their result in PDF format and can take a printout for their future use.

UPSC: Big Changes made in Civil Services examination pattern

education news

The Civil Services Examination is a national exam in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission every year to make recruitment to a number of Civil Services of the Government of India such as Indian Revenue Service (IRS),Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and so on. This is one of the most difficult and complicated exam in the world with a success rate of just 0.1%-0.3% among more than 900,000 applicants.

Recently, some changes have been made in the pattern of UPSC Civil Services Exam. Generally, the exam is conducted in three stages-

1. Prelims
2. Mains&
3. Interview

Now, there are no optional subjects in CSAT and it will continue as a qualifying paper with minimum qualifying marks 33%. The English Language comprehension skill portion will remain out of the General Studies Paper-II of Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination.

JEE Advanced 2015: Tips and Tricks

JEE Advanced 2015

IIT JEE advanced exam is all set to take place on May 24 from 9 am to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 5 pm to make admissions into IITs and ISM Dhanbad. As the examination date is drawing closer and the clock is ticking for JEE Advanced 2015, the pressure is building up on students preparing for the IITJEE advanced exam, it becomes very important for you to know the exact planning you need to execute to crack IIT JEE advanced 2015.

IIT JEE may appear intensely competitive exam with a success rate of hardly 4-5% and lakhs of applicants sitting for the exam having a handful of IIT seats, you should rely more on self-study and do following things to crack the exam easily and quickly-

→Revise All the topics that you have already studied. Don’t try to learn anything new as it will increase your confusion.

→ Fix a revision timetable and follow it strictly in accordance with your schedule.

→ Allocate equal time to all subjects and decide your weak and strong areas. This will help you trace your errors and take steps to remove it accordingly.

→ Do the revision of all important topics and formulas of all the subjects to brush up your knowledge.

→ Don’t do group studies 2 weeks before the exam as it will build up pressure on you and performance in the exam will be affected badly.

→ Practice previous year’s JEE advanced Question papers and MOCK test papers to evaluate your preparation and increase your self confidence ahead of the exam.

→ Stay calm and composed at all the time and attempt easier question first in the exam hall so that you may have more time to try difficult questions and give the correct answer of it eventually.

DU admission session likely to continue until August 14

education news

A 23-member admission committee in DU has confirmed the report that, in this year, the admission process for undergraduate courses at Delhi University, will continue till August 14. The board also said to set uniform eligibility criteria in math being mandatory for making admissions to BCom (H) and Economics (H) and decreasing 10 marks (2.5%) provided that music and physical education are incorporated in the best four points.

The admission committee accomplished all the recommendations and suggestions and sent it to the university for approval. If it is accepted by the Academic Council, the guidelines will be communicated by the university later in this month.

As the matter of fact, Delhi university has been trying to make the registration process fully online and reviewing its advantage and disadvantage in connection with centralized OMR forms. Online registrations are expected to kick off from the first week of June and online admission process will be about only for five days.

As a number of college students dropped admissions after July 31 last year after the introduction of counseling sessions for professional courses at other universities, it was suggested that the last date for taking admissions should be expanded to August 14. The new academic session is likely to kick off in the middle of July month. All the information regarding this will be available on the university’s website. A few colleges will have computer counters which will assist students to make online an application for admission.

No re-exam for CBSE AIPMT 2015 following answer key leak case

AIPMT Question Paper Leaked

Haryana police has arrested Krishan, a resident of a village in Rohtak in the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) answer key leak case. It is 5th arrest in this case and he is happened to be a close friend of the Gang master, Roop Singh Dangi. The police grabbed of CCTV footage of a hotel in Alwar, Rajasthan wherein Dangi had a meeting with Krishan along with other members of the gang and made plans to leak the CBSE AIPMT 2015 paper. It is observed that the gang charged RS 15-20 lakh from each student for providing them the answer keys of the exam.

The CBSE has rejected the paper leaking case and made it clear that no re-exam will be conducted. This attracted mixed reactions from students. Many students are not satisfied with the board’s explanation and are holding protest against CBSE

As per the report flourished in Media, 90 answer keys were leaked with the help of the Bluetooth devices, which put the future of lakhs of AIPMT 2015 students at risk.

Cut off for CBSE AIPMT Exam 2015

Expected cut-off 420-425
Minimum cut   to qualify
For General quota students 50%


For OBC, SC & ST students 40%


For PH category candidates 45%

IIT JEE Advanced 2015- Last Minute Tips

IIT JEE Advanced or Clash of Titans is scheduled on June 2015. Approximately 15 days left for this all India level examination so its most important for aspirants to utilize these 15 days in a manner that will increase their efficiency. Here are some tips that will be very handy for you

1. Don’t start a new topic:

In 11th hour it is advisable not to start a new topic which you didn’t start in the first place , it is alright if you have not touched few topics and completely left them there are so many other topics in which u may do well.

2. Books requirement :

Hope you have already done with your minimum requirement which is your school text books and competitive exam books. At this juncture it is advisable to go through previous year IIT JEE questions. There are so many IIT JEE questions that will revise 2-3 concepts in a single question. You can refer to 37 Years IIT JEE question paper with detailed solution by Mamta Batra (Disha Publication)

3. Revise the formulae and Conceptual problems :

Refer to your coaching/school/tuition notes and revise all the formulae from each of the subjects and also go through all the difficult/conceptual problems which really test your concepts.

For revision of all mathematical formulae and graph you can refer to :- Magical graph and Key Revision notes by Mr. Gajendra Kumar (Disha Publication)

4. Basic understanding of Graph:-

It is observed that every year at least 7-8 questions tests the understanding of graph. Questions related to graph requires less calculation and more logic/aptitude. For more understanding of graph you can refer to above mentioned book of graph.

5. Relax and do some meditation :

It is human mentality, at the time of any important event we used to get tensed. Remember the more you get tensed the lesser will be your efficiency so just relax and for that do some meditation or listen to music.

All the Titans should be ready with any kind of surprise that IIT JEE paper may throw on them.

Best Of Luck!!!!

Gajendra Kumar



Gajendra Kumar

Senior Faculty at Pathfinder, Kolkata

Author of ‘Theory of Counting’ and ‘Magical graph and Key Revision notes’ published by Disha Publication.


Theory of Counting (Permutation, Combination & Probability) for Boards, JEE Main & Magical Graphs and Key Revision Notes for Mathematics Class 11/ 12 , BITSAT, JEE Main



Punjab Board Class 12 Results: steps to check the result


Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has published Punjab Board Class 12 Results on its official website. The main highlights of the exam is mentioned here below-

Pass percentage 76.24%
Total Number of students Over 3.5 lakh
Total Number of female students 1.97 lakh
Total number of male students 1.52 lakh
Pass percentage of girls 83.26
Pass percentage of boys 70.73
Pass percentage of urban students 76.05
Pass percentage of rural students 76.41
District with maximum number of merit holders Ludhiana


Check your result  with below mentioned steps-

→ Browse the official website and Click on the tab ‘Class 12 Results;

→ Enter the  required information in the blank column( Your Email Id, Roll number and Mobile number);

→Choose your steram. After a few seconds, the result will be live on your computer screen.

You can take a print out for your result and can  keep it safe for any future use.