How to prepare for the Olympiad exams?

Preparation Tips for Olympiad Exams

Go through the syllabus thoroughly: Go through the updated and thorough syllabus. It gives a significant idea about how to deal with an exam like Olympiad that is majorly different on various levels from the regular school exams. Detailed syllabus is available at our website:

http://www.dishapublication.com/download-free-study-materials/category/school-exam

    • Gather right study material: It is important to make sure one has collected or referred to right kind of books. The content and topics covered should be relevant, the level of difficulty should be in lines of the actual test, etc. Several online sites also provide with good content to refer to.
    • Download free sample papers: Download and practice free sample papers available for science, Maths and English from class 1st to 8th at our website mentioned above.
    • Keep yourself updated: Read news papers and G.K books to prepare well for the exam. Keep your knowledge updated and enrich yourself with the knowledge from all spheres.
    • Grasp the detailed understanding of the concepts: Time has gone when knowing the gist of a concept was enough, only detailed study can make the students confident and capable enough to answer the tricky questions in exams.
    • Solve puzzles: Keep solving random puzzles in newspapers and books and develop your aptitude to solve them with practice.
    • Give ample time to preparation: Start preparing for exams at least two months before the exam. Identify your weak points and rectify your mistakes by adopting comprehensive approach and a lot of practice.
    • Practice: Prepare well and practice the available sample papers and cover each topic while practicing. After that take up a mock test and analyze your results.
    • Daily learn English words, Solve quiz, puzzles: Improve your vocabulary by reading articles and adding a new word to your vocabulary daily and improve your logical reasoning by solving problems.
    • Prepare quick facts notes for revision: Prepare proper notes and short notes for assistance at the time of revision.

Right preparatory material for Olympiad exams

The purpose of these exams is to widen the horizon of students’ observation, knowledge and analyzing capacities. If readymade notes are provided to them, its like spoon feeding them. With this practice, the entire purpose of these exams is defeated. It is recommended that they study with help of detailed notes available.

    • Detailed preparatory material: Disha Publication provides clear and detailed learning material required for Science, Maths and English sections available at our site.
    • Solved sample papers: Solved sample papers give an idea about the kind of questions asked in these exams .We bring you these papers at our site: http://www.dishapublication.com/download-free-study-materials/category/school-exam. But being highly dependent on these papers doesn’t cater to the spirit of these exams and infuses negative competition among kids.
    • It is recommended that you go through these papers but prepare independently, gathering right information.
    • Mock Tests: When you keep preparing without knowing your week points is like living in an illusion. This will help you find the amount of time that you need for Olympiad preparation as it will help you judge how difficult or easy is the level of exam for you individually. This helps you focus energy and time towards the relatively trouble giving topics.
    • Avail the opportunity to take up the mock test and know where to stand. Identify your week points and work upon them .Disha publication provides free mock test in the free download section.

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BETI BACHAO, BETI PADHAO : 1000 Slum girls’ names added on the rolls of EDMC Schools

Free Education to slum girls

Female foeticide and female education needs to be fought strongly. Stressing that the society as a whole needs to change the mindset towards the girl to end the problem of female foeticide and female education. The practice was more prevalent among the middle, upper-middle and rich sections of the society.

Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s new mission “Beti bachao Beti padhao” provide free education to the young girls living in slums and jhuggis jhopri cluster in East Delhi. Under this mission around 1000 girls got admission in EDMC Schools where they can avail the facility of free education.

The East Delhi Municipal corporation (EDMC) started a mission “Mammoth” where EDMC Teachers will go door to door to convince and provide counselling to the parents and families of girls to educate them and send them school. In this, girl will not be given only free education but also the free study related materials such as stationary, books and copies.

Boys and girls are the two wheels of the same card. Girls have as equal rights as boys have. Girls hold a very special position in the society. Girls must be educated if we want to grow our nation. These initiatives will provide a pathway to the young generation.

Isn’t the news a blow our eyes? 1000 if juxtaposed with the figures of slum population may sound trivial but education is a parting process, like one split into two, one literate can bring up two literates and this is how Indian as a nation blooms.

If we educate a boy child, we educate only one. But if we educate a girl child we educate the whole NATION.

Bring a smile to those angels. SAVE THE GIRL CHILD, EDUCATE THE GIRL CHILD!

Say Bye Bye to Exam Stress now: 3000 exam help line numbers are to be established!

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Aiming to reduce the exam stress, Punjab government finally approved to set up 300 state of Art counselling centre and every centre would take care of students from 13-14 schools. This is a very good step towards transformation of education and best part is every one can avail this facility. Education is very vast in this new and rapid changing era, not every student have fully updated about the career opportunities. So keeping this in mind, Daljit Singh Cheema focused on the availability of 24*7 career helpline number. Understanding the seriousness of exam stress, councillors would provide the true and genuine guidance to the student for his/her career opportunities.

Heading towards the counselling unit, the State Education minister Daljit Singh Cheema also announced that the counselling cell would be set up with new and modern technology. Moreover, each and every unit will have qualified counsellor, experienced resource specialist who would provide career guidance student after determining his/her strengths and weaknesses.

If student is intelligent enough, then they are forced to opt medical stream. Each and every being including student should understand that education is now very vast. The new economy and global environment has opened up lots of good opportunities for students which he/she can opt and make his/her career.

Also making the standard of education, Punjab Government increased the duration of B.Ed course for one more year. Now B.Ed course will take two years for completion and also it is compulsory to clear Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) after passing out.

The Smriti Irani-led HRD ministry proposes new law – India’s private schools to be more transparent

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The key proposals of the Bill are:

The law will require schools to give a number of disclosures .

  • Asking all schools to declare fee components on their websites.
  • Notify their admission process clearly and well in advance
  • Disclose assets
  • give full information on teachers’ educational backgrounds
  • Disallow schools from charging full year’s fees from students who change schools before the academic year ends.
  • Law won’t set any ceilings and benchmarks on school fees or try to regulate the admission process.
  • Aims to introduce ‘more transparency’ in how schools run their business.
  • The Bill also seeks to make it mandatory for schools to issue receipts for all payments made by parents/guardians, making illegal the practice of linking admissions to donations.
  • Prevent schools from terminating the admission of a child for reasons like ‘non-performance’. This practice brings considerable disadvantage to the child.
  • set of benchmarks for teacher recruitment and all schools will have to follow them.

Now, it is of considerable importance if this bill is appreciated and accepted in Parliament to take a shape of law.

Tips for taking the CAT exam

Tips and Tricks

Intelligent guessing: Test the alternatives one by one for correctness for certain questions. Some answer options may just strike you as wrong when you first read them. Don’t discard such intuition; your learning from the Mock Tests is so ingrained that it is possible your mind unconsciously

recognises a certain type of sum.

Standard Disclaimer: Do not get stuck with a particular question. Candidates don’t let go off questions either because they feel that-

(a) It’s impossible that they cannot crack a problem or

(b) After having spent precious minutes on a problem, a few more minutes will definitely get them to answer.

Timing yourself and sticking to your time limits is the key to succeed in CAT. Show consistent performance in all sections of CAT.

Consistency: Stick to the strategy which you had already created, this gives the sense of familiarity and its likely that candidates would not feel any different while giving the test.

CAT is known to surprise its aspirants, if in case there are some unpleasant surprises, then candidates can dilute their strategy and work through it without freaking out.

Time Management: Keep a track of time. Again time is the most important aspect, candidates should divide time section wise in such a manner that any section does not go neglected. At the same time, candidates should not keep looking at the timer, this will only increase the anxiety.

Composure: Candidates should also not panic if some questions are taking few more seconds, one should be self assured to compensate that with investing less time in some easy questions. Even if candidates are capable of answering all the questions, yet question selection should be wise

keeping the time investment in mind, as later on it might reflect on the final scores.

Focus: Candidates should keep an eye on the options, which means one should not over calculate. There should be sufficient amount of evaluation. Candidates should remember to mark the correct option even after getting the right answer.

Confidence: Candidates should not lose hope in mid way, if a question is difficult for one person than its probable that everyone is facing the same situation.

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GATE 2016- Tips to crack the exam

Preparation Tips

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an All-India examination conducted jointly by seven Indian Institute of Technology and Indian Institute of Science on behalf of the National Coordinating Board – GATE, Department of Education, Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD), and Government of India. The major objective of GATE is to identify meritorious and motivated candidates for Postgraduate Programs in engineering at the National Level.

The Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) for the next session is scheduled to be held between January 30, 2016 and February 7, 2016. The registration for the same will begin in this week i.e. on September 1, 2015. GATE is one of the toughest exams and one should practice thoroughly for the exam. Some tips and tricks are s follows.

Tips & Tricks to crack GATE 2016

  • Go through latest syllabus: it is important to know what to study and it is more important to know what not to study. Go through the syllabus and read every single topic of each subject carefully mentioned in the GATE syllabus.
  • Start your preparation at right time: A plan and time table schedule should be developed as per your personal analysis [based on your weak areas]. Allot more time for weaker topics. Strictly follow your schedule till the date of exam.
  • Collect previous year solved question paper: Spend enough time on solving previous year GATE papers. Proper concentration is necessary.
  • Find out important topics for GATE Examination: Always try to go through the standard books which are easily available and in which you can easily understand the concepts. This will improve your learning ability. Start preparing from the initial topics i.e. the basics ones and note down the basic concepts (definitions, unit, dimension etc.) as well as necessary theories, formulae etc.
  • Preparations strategy: Everybody has their own study method or style, so preparation strategies for individual may be different. It is totally depending upon the subject that you feel hard easy to understand. According to this, allow time to prepare hard subject more. You should manage this complexity with time.
  • Prepare your own Notes after referring all standard data and notes: while reading from standard reference, make handwritten notes which comprise concepts and problems solving method. These notes will help you in last days of examination for quick review.
  • Go for self tests based on whole syllabus and if necessary take help of others in conducting self-tests.
  • Do not try to get hold of the entire syllabus prescribed by GATE. A selective preparation would be a very helpful concept and should be learned accurately. Memorization of any problem without a clear idea of the concept will be a futile exercise.
  • Keep revising the concepts: one month before the examination you should start revising the course as many times as possible. So that on the day before exam you will be prepared enough to crack the exam.
  • Motivate yourself, study seriously: Stay focused on what you want to achieve, make your goals, dreams in your mind and avoid distraction.

SBI PO recruitment 2015 important notification

SBI is going to hire 7000

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

SBI Conducted mains 2015 for the post of PO (Probationary Officers) on July 26, 2015 across the country. Total vacancy for PO was 2393. The result for the same was recently declared i.e. on August 24, 2015.

There are three phases of this exam i.e. phase 1- Preliminary exam, Phase 2- Main Exams, Phase 3- Group discussion (GD) & Personal Interview. Candidates who have successfully cleared the mains exam will now have to appear for Group discussion (GD) & Personal Interview round. This phase (GD & Interview round) is expected to take place from September 7, 2015 onwards.

Shortlisted candidates will be informed via SMS and e-mails. The call letter for the Group Discussion and personal interview will be available on the official website. Candidates can download their call letters from official website from August 28, 2015 onwards. The result for this phase will be announced in last week of October and candidates will also be informed via SMS and E-mails. The list will also be published on the official site.

Steps to be followed while checking the final results:

  • Candidate must log on the official site
  • Click on the “career with SBI”
  • Click on the link which is shown on the career with SBI Page i.e. ‘Probationary Officer Exam Result’
  • Check your result and download the document and get it print.

 

How to prepare for CAT?

CAT EXAM: Know how it is Different

CAT is the entrance exam that opens window to more than 160 management institutes across India, including the 19 IIMs. The online exam is conducted every year which basically tests a candidate’s capability in several areas of aptitude like basic Quantitative Ability; Reasoning branching into logical, critical and deductive; Data Interpretation and English Language skills with respect to language, structure and vocabulary. Candidates need to follow certain plan of action to prepare for CAT exam.

    • Awareness of the structure and pattern of exam: It gives a significant idea about how to deal with an exam like CAT that is majorly different on various levels from the regular school or college exams. One should not complacently rely on his/her knowledge of previous year exams as the pattern for the test goes through regular changes.
    • Gather study material: It is important to make sure one has collected or referred to right kind of books. The content and topics covered should be relevant, the level of difficulty should be in lines of the actual test, etc. Several online sites also provide with good content to refer to.
    • Identify your strengths and weaknesses: This will help you find the amount of time that you need for CAT preparation as it will help you judge how difficult or easy is the level of exam for you individually. This helps them focus their energy and time towards the relatively trouble giving topics.
    • Regular practice: Regular practice of topics giving trouble is the key to get better and perform well in the exam. During the last few days, it is imperative that the students choose only those topics for preparation which would give you the maximum return for your time.
    • Don’t skip important topic: You must not do the mistake of completely skipping a chunk or an important topic only for reasons of difficulty as it is important to clear the sectional cut offs for both sections of the test.
    • Find topics that carry specific weight age: It is suggested to have complete knowledge of the weight age of subsections in a particular section. For instance, the previous year CAT had specifically mentioned that the Data interpretation and reasoning questions shall comprise of 4 questions in 4 sets in section 1 and 2 respectively. This information is extremely important as it provides the candidates with a comprehensive idea of how they should distribute the time during the exam.
    • Take tips from the candidates who have previously done well: Nothing can beat the value of advices given by people who have actually taken the exam, especially the ones who you can conveniently trust. Moreover, teachers and those who have done well earlier can be a great source of tips before one starts with the preparation.
    • Enrich your vocabulary – Vocabulary is an important aspect of the Verbal Ability and Logical reasoning section. Owing to the difficulty level of the exam, it can be very well expected that the words will not belong to the category of regular conversation.

o Follow the tried and tested methods of vocabulary using books available in market.
o Writing down words and their meaning and utilizing them in sentences.
o Using Flash Cards for learning new words are also helpful.

    • Focus on grammar – Grammar is a default topic in the Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning section. If you are a regular victim of grammar, it is time for you to go back to basics and curb the problem. Take help from your mentors or seniors wherever you are getting stuck.
    • Practice for RC – There’s no better way to gain good grip over an area other than practice. Practice RC passages and other English Usage questions like Fill in the blanks, Para Jumble, Sentence Completion etc. Take sectional mock tests to get an overall practice regularly.
    • Solve puzzles, riddles and play mind games to crack Logical Reasoning – Logical reasoning is all about understanding the trick hidden in the question. Solve crossword puzzles, Sudoku, riddles on blood relations, family tree etc. If LR is your strong point, start the section with the Reasoning questions so that you are confident enough to solve the other questions of the section as well.
    • The last quarter of preparations:
      Sometimes, candidates are underprepared or they feel so or in some cases they have already completed the syllabus and are unsure of revising everything all over again. This is the time when the role of mock tests, online cat replicas and previous year question papers come into play.
    • Mock Tests: Most toppers, faculty members and management experts have great faith in the idea of mock tests.

o They actually hone the aptitude levels of students and give them an environment very similar to the actual test.
o Writing tests will help you identify your areas of strength and weakness; helps consolidate your strategy for the actual test and exposes you to questions from all areas.
o Concentration is the highest while writing the mocks – which means it, gives quality preparation time.
o A great means to boost confidence and helps in judging where the student stands in terms of his/her preparation.
o People who score well in mocks have a high chance of doing well on final day as well.
o Mock tests, kept at a difficulty level higher than actual CAT prepares you for the worst and gives them the time to work on key areas.

    • Online CAT Replicas: Nowadays, several websites have come up that provide the opportunity for candidates to sit for tests that successfully create almost the same environment as the actual test. It often follows the pattern of CATs held earlier or tips suggested by management experts and try to prepare the replicas on the same line. It is a good way for candidates to have an idea of their final performance in advance. Spend time analyzing them for accuracy –

o You need to specifically look for how often you get questions wrong when you were in doubt.
o This will help you pick topics where your preparation is inadequate as well as question types that you can start attempting in the test and thereby improve attempts.
o Another aspect you will need to keep in mind while analyzing the mocks is the latitude for application of shortcuts/techniques.
o Go through the solutions after writing a test and make note of the shortcuts.

  • Previous Year Question Papers: It is extremely important for candidates to go through the question papers of previous years, may be at least 5-6 years. It is true that CAT keeps going through certain changes almost every year. But these papers-

o Reflect the nature of questions,
o the topics always covered without fail
o provides practice material for calculation based questions
o It gives insight into the strategy, patterns and vision of the paper setters.

It is expected that you go through these tips while preparing for CAT achieve success in your endeavors.
All the best!

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IBPS Clerk Exam -Tips to prepare

Preparation Tips

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection conducts CWE Clerk-V Common Written Exam (CWE). Every year, IBPS organizes online exam for recruitment in Clerical Cadre. Candidates who have completed their graduation are eligible to take up this exam. IBPS Clerk exam is treated as second highly rated exam of Banking Sector after PO/ MT exam. In the recent years level of competition in Banking Sector is interestingly increased.

Examination process:

  • Step 1 – All India Written Exam (Pre): Candidates have to take up online exam for selection in various Banks. Candidates have to attain minimum cut off marks in each section & overall decided by IBPS to become eligible for Interview. Total Time Duration for this exam is for Pre Part is 1 Hour and Pre Exam is of 100 Marks. In Pre Part, there will be only three section: Reasoning (35 Marks), Quantitative Aptitude (35 Marks) & English (30 Marks).
  • Step 2 – All India written exam (main): Mains Exam is of 200 Marks. Total Time Duration for this exam is 2 hrs. There are 40 Questions each from the topics:- (i) Reasoning (40 marks) (ii) English Language (40 marks) (iii) Quantitative Aptitude (40 marks) (iv) General Awareness(40 marks) (v) Computer Knowledge (40 Marks).
  • There is Negative Marking of 0.25 Marks in this Exam. So plan for exam is according to the pattern & syllabus.
  • Major subjects for the IBPS clerk exams are Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning, English Language, General Awareness and Computer Proficiency.
  • Step 3 – CWE Interview: Candidates who are declared qualify by IBPS & have marks more than cut off prescribed by IBPS can fill forms of various Banks participated in IBPS for Interview. Interview will be of 30 marks.

Tips to prepare

  • Quantitative Aptitude: In this section, students are advised to focus more on the topics like Decimal and Fractions, Simplification, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion, Averages, Interest (Simple and Compound), Profit and Loss, Time and distance, Problems on Sharing, Frequency polygon, Bar-diagram, Pie-chart.
  • Reasoning: Venn Diagrams, Seating Arrangements, Number Series, Coding and de-coding, Problem Solving, Statement & Conclusion type questions, Comprehension Reasoning & Non Verbal Reasoning.
  • General awareness: Current affairs related to Banking & Finance Sector. National & International news, Important dates, Current Science, Technology, Sports & Culture
  • English Language: Candidates need to focus more on selected topics like Comprehension, Cloze Test, Spot the Error, Fill in the Blanks, Spellings/ Detecting Mis-spelt words, Idioms & Phrases, One word substitution. Candidates are advised to not to ignore and leave English part less prepared as it is very useful in scoring marks in written exam.
  • Computer proficiency: Candidates are advised to focus on the topics like Basic of Computers, Computer Organization, Generations of computer, Input & Output Device, Shortcuts & Basic knowledge MS word, MS Excel, MS power point, Memory Orientation, Internet, LAN, WAN, Modem, Computer Abbreviations and Modern day Technology..
  • Know the syllabus: Thoroughly study the syllabus. Know about the topics included and start preparing your notes.
  • Focus on Topics: Divide your time according to the topics you need to prepare first. Topics like child development, child psychology,pedagogy and teaching methods are very important.
  • Refer to the past question papers: Always go through the last year question papers so that you have an idea about the kind of questions asked in the exam.
  • Refer to right preparation material: Refer to the Books ,notes and sample papers which give detailed information required for the exam.
  • Practice: Don’t rely on the last year question papers entirely. Always prepare thoroughly and practice as much as you can. This approach helps you to gain confidence in your preparations.
  • Mock tests: Mock tests always prove to be a helping hand in the practice process. Always practice mock tests so that you are able to know your weaknesses and prepare yourself accordingly.
  • Prepare for interview : Candidates are advised to work in the domain of :
  • personality
  • confidence
  • knowledge of Banking Sector
  • Current Affairs related to Banking
  • About the Bank you are applying
  • RBI Banking Rates
  • Personal Information.

All the best!

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AIMA MAT 2015 exams: admit card out, download now!

AIMA MAT Admit Card

MAT is one of the most popular competitive exams among MBA aspirants as it gets them access to a large number of best B schools in India. Also, the other reason that attributes to the immense popularity of this exam is conducted in 2 modes i.e. online and offline mode. So, candidates can choose to take either Paper Based Test or Computer Based Test as per their convenience.

Registration for MAT exam is already closed. The candidates who have registered themselves can now download their admit card from the official website. Candidate must keep in mind that the admit card which he/she will download from the website must have to bring in the examination hall. If any candidate fails to bring admit card will not allow to sit in the exam.

How to download the admit card:-

  1. Candidate have to log on the official website i.e. www.aima.in
  2. Search the options of Upcoming events.
  3. Select MAT Admit cards
  4. Fill the necessary information asked.
  5. After submitting all the necessary details, admit card will appear.
  6. Candidate can download the admit card and get it print.

MAT exam is scheduled to be held on September 6 (paper based) and September 12, 2015 (computer based).

Paper pattern of MAT entrance exam:

The exam will be conducted in two different modes, i.e. Online and offline. Total number of questions will be 200 of 1 mark each. There will be 5 different sections, i.e. Language comprehension, mathematical skills, data analysis and sufficiency, intelligence and critical reasoning, and Indian and global environment. Each section will contain 40 questions. There would be 22 sections across the country for offline mode with 2 setup in Dubai and Singapore and 12 centres in the country for online mode.

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GATE 2016: Registrations set to begin

Gate 2016

GATE is an all-India examination and will be conducted in 2016 by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras and Indian Institute of Science. The Graduate AptitudeTest in Engineering (GATE) for the next session is scheduled to be held between January 30, 2016 and February 7, 2016. The registration for the same will begin in this week i.e. on September 1, 2015. Candidates applying for GATE 2016 will need to complete the application process online. It is also mentioned that candidate need to upload category certificate in case of reserved category candidate. It is not required to send any kind of hard copy f certificates to IISC or any of Zonal GATE office of IIT.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Candidate must have graduate degree in B.Tech/B.E/B.Arch/B.Pharm from any recognized university.
  • Candidate having graduate degree in science like B.Sc research/ B.S post diploma are also eligible.
  • For PHd course, candidate must have master’s degree in any branch of science/computer/Mathematics/Statistics or equivalent.
  • Candidate having integrated M.E/M.Tech degree after B.Sc are also eligible.
  • Candidate who are appearing for final year are also eligible for GATE 2016

Modifications in exam:

No candidate is allowed to bring any physical calculator. Virtual calculator will be provided by the authority in the examination hall. Candidate will get a chance to practice from the virtual calculator which will be available on the official website. Number of paper is now increased. A new paper is introduced i.e. PE Petroleum Engineering.

How to Apply:

  1. Reach the application form of GATE 2016 from the official website i.e. gate.iisce.ernet.in
  2. Fill all the detail asked in the form.
  3. Upload photograph, signature and other necessary document.
  4. Pay the application fees as per your category.
  5. Click on Submit.

Online application form fee:

  • General and OBC Male Candidate- INR 1500
  • SC and ST Male candidate- INR 750
  • Female category Candidate- INR 750

The candidates have to submit the application fee by using different modes as per his/her convenience such as Net banking, Debit card, Credit card and e-Challan.

Important Dates:

  • Online applications can be made starting – September 1, 2015
  • Last date to apply online – October 1, 2015
  • Last date for request for change in choice of examination city via GOAPS login – November 20, 2015
  • Admit card can be downloaded beginning – December 17, 2015
  • GATE 2016 online examination – January 30 to February 7, 2016
  • Results to be announced on – March 19, 2016

UPSC 2011 Aspirants will get extra chance, why? HC to UPSC

UPSC

The civil services examination is conducted by the UPSC annually in three stages i.e. preliminary exam, main exam and interview round. This exam is done for the recruitment of the prestigious post IAS, IFS and IPS.

In 2011 Union public commission (UPSC) had introduced CSAT. Number of candidates applied for the exam in 2011, but did not take the preliminary exam due to the introduction of CSAT. This newly introduced CSAT feared the candidates especially those candidates who belongs Hindi medium. In 2011, total 4.27 lakhs candidates had applied for the UPSC exam, out of which only 2.43 lakhs candidates appeared.

Owing to the last year’s protest by UPSC Aspirants, Union Public service commission (UPSC) asked for extra chance this year for those aspirants who could not appear in 2011 exams because of the introduction of CSAT. On August 21, Allahabad High court asked Union Public commission to file its reply on this.

The next date of hearing on the petition is fixed on 31st August 2015 in the present of division bench comprising Justice Arun tendon and Justice Bharat Bhushan. In this hearing Union Public commission have been asked the reason behind the extra chance to be given to 2011 aspirants, especially Hindi Medium Students who had been underway 2010 and who could not appear in the year 2011.

The central Administrative tribunal had passed an order for giving an extra chance to those candidates who could not appear for the exam in 2011.

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IBPS RRB Officers Scale I 2015; Check the Important things to keep in mind

IBPS RRB

Every year IBPS conducts the written examination for the recruitment of candidates as officer’s scale 1, officers scale 2, officers scale 3 and office assistant (clerks) in the RRBs (Regional Rural Banks). These RRBS are either in the remote areas or sub urban areas. Now most f the RRBS are also functioning in the urban areas. Initially, there were 83 such banks but now, there are only 57, after the amalgamation of these banks that took place in 2015

IBPS is conducting Pre- exam training for officers’ scale-1 in rural banks from August 24, 2015, for which call letter have already out. Candidate can download their call letter from the official website The exam will consist of 4 sections i.e. Reasoning, quantitative Aptitude, general Awareness and English Language. The paper will consist of 200 questions of 1 mark each.

Important points must keep in mind-

  • Before exam, candidate should once have a look on their roll number, date of exam, time of exam, and venue of exam mentioned in the call letter. So that there will no chance of any kind of confusion during exam.
  • Candidate should check if he/she kept the call letter, any photo I’d Proof with him while leaving for the exam. If any candidate fail t bring will not allow to give the exam.
  • The exam will be done online, so the candidate must have read the instructions carefully regarding the method of indicating the answers.
  • Candidate is prohibited to bring Calculator, watch, pager, mobile phones, books, slide rules, foot rules, note books or any kind of written notes in the examination hall.
  • There will be negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer. So candidate is suggested to answer the question carefully.
  • After answering the question, candidate must have to save and click the next button to save his/her answer and proceed for the next question.
  • Candidate will be given 120 minute to answer all the questions. No candidate is allowed to leave the examination hall before the test time. So candidate is suggested to answer the question carefully and take time.
  • Candidate is suggested to maintain his/her composure. Do not get nervous while giving the exam.

All the best of Luck for exam!

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CTET and tips to crack it

CTET 2015

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi conducts CTET (Central Teacher Eligibility Test) for granting eligibility for appointment as a teacher for classes I to VIII. The CTET September 2015 Exam would be held in offline mode on 20 September 2015 all over India. There are two types of eligibility criterion granted through the CTET examination – Primary level (Class I to V) and Elementary level (Class VI to VIII).

Eligibility:

Primary Level Teacher (Classes I-V)

  • Pass in Senior Secondary exam (or equivalent) with minimum 50% marks. Passed or appearing in final year of 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education.
  • Pass in Senior Secondary exam (or equivalent) with minimum 45% marks. Passed or appearing in final year of 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education (for reserved category candidates).
  • Pass in Senior Secondary exam (or equivalent) with minimum 50% marks. Passed or appearing in final year of 2 year Diploma in Special Education.
  • Pass in Senior Secondary exam (or equivalent) with minimum 50% marks. Passed or appearing in final year of 4 years Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed).
  • Graduate and passed or appearing in the final year of 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education.

Elementary Stage (Class VI-VIII)

  • Graduate and passed or appearing in final year of 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education.
  • Graduate with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1 year of Bachelor in Education (B.Ed).
  • Graduate with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1 year of Bachelor in Education (B.Ed) (for reserved category candidates).
  • Graduate with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in the final year of 1 year B.Ed. (Special Education).
  • Pass in Senior Secondary exam (or equivalent) with minimum 50% marks. Passed or appearing in final year of 4 years Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed).
  • Pass in Senior Secondary exam (or equivalent) with minimum 50% marks. Passed or appearing in final year of 4 years B.A/B.Sc.Ed or B.A.Ed/B.Sc.Ed.

Tips to prepare:

  • Know the syllabus: Thoroughly study the syllabus. Know about the topics included and start preparing your notes.
  • Focus on Topics: Divide your time according to the topics you need to prepare first. Topics like child development, child psychology,pedagogy and teaching methods are very important.
  • Refer to the past question papers: Always go through the last year question papers so that you have an idea about the kind of questions asked in the exam.
  • Refer to right preparation material: Refer to the Books ,notes and sample papers which give detailed information required for the exam.
  • Practice: Don’t rely on the last year question papers entirely. Always prepare thoroughly and practice as much as you can. This approach helps you to gain confidence in your preparations.
  • Mock tests: Mock tests always prove to be a helping hand in the practice process. Always practice mock tests so that you are able to know your weaknesses and prepare yourself accordingly.

Tips to follow in the examination hall:

  • Be confident: Be confident about yourself and what you have prepared while answering the question
  • Attempt the question in order: Don’t spend too much time on one question .If you find any question difficult leave it with a mark and get back to the same question after you attempt all the questions.
  • Time management CTET exam in total has 150 questions which you are suppose dto attempt in 2.5 hrs. It advisable that you manage your time accordingly and solve all the question before time so that you get time to revise your answers.
  • Do not overload yourself with information: This may lead to grasping too much of information which may result in confusion at the time of exam.
  • Do not panic: Do not panic, stay calm and take proper sleep night before your examination day.
  • Be punctual: Try to reach examination centre before time, so that you have enough time to relax and focus on the exam
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SNAP registration set to begin: Register yourself now!

SNAP 2015 Registration

Symbiosis National Aptitude test (SNAP) is conducted by Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune for the admission to various post graduate programmes for the academic year 2016-18.

Written test is mandatory for admission into any post graduate programme offered by the constituent institute of Symbiosis International University. However, it is only the first step. In addition, a candidate has to undergo the selection process of the desired Institute to qualify for the admission to the post graduate programme of that Institute.

The registration process for the exam will begin today i.e. August 24, 2015. This process will close on November 24, 2015. After registration, candidate may download their admit card which will be available on website from first week of December. The exam is scheduled on December 20, 2015 and results for the same will be declared on 11st January 2016.

Application fees:

During registration, candidate must have to pay INR 1500/- as a registration fees. This fees is non refundable. Fee can be paid by any mode i.e. By DD, Debit card, credit card, Net Banking, cash depending upon the convenience.

Procedure for registration:

    • Go to the link www.snaptest.org
    • Enter the required details and scanned photograph.
    • SNAP ID will generate.
    • Pay registration fees.
    • Submit the form.

Once form will be submitted, get it print for future reference.

Eligibility Criteria: Candidate must be having graduation degree from any recognized university with minimum 50 % marks and 45 % for ST/SC candidates or any equivalent degree.

NOTE: All those candidates who belong to reserved category are given relaxation in age as per government norm. The candidates who wish to avail relaxation in age should attach all relevant documents to prove their eligibility for relaxation along with the form.

Paper Pattern: There will be total 150 questions. The test will consist of four sections namely, general English, quantitative, Data interpretation and data sufficiency, general awareness and analytical and logical reasoning. Test will be of 180 marks and will be given 2 hours to complete the exam. This exam is one of the gateways to pursue MBA course. There are number of books suggested to prepare for the exam. Some are SNAP entrance exam preparation books, MBA entrance exam books

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UPSC Prelims 2015- Exam Analysis

UPSC

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has conducted the civil services preliminary exam 2015 on 23rd August, 2015 successfully. The exam was conducted in various centres throughout the country. Lakhs of candidates have appeared for the exam but the success rate is between 0.1 to 0.5 %. This exam is the toughest exam in the country and done for the recruitment of most prestigious posts i.e. IAS, IFS, IPS. Number of books suggested for preparation for this exam. Some are CSAT Exam Books, UPSC Exam Books. These books would surely be the perfect guide from the preparation point of view.

The exam is conducted in three stages i.e. Prelims, Mains and Interview. Yesterday, Prelim exam was conducted in two sifts i.e. morning and noon shift.

Paper Analysis:

Paper 1- This paper contains questions from history, Art & Culture, polity, geography, Economy, Science and Technology, ecology & Environment, Social Welfare Schemes and current affairs. The paper has multiple choice questions and has negative marking also. This year, the paper seems to be normal. In general awareness paper all the concepts were covered: History, Art & Culture, Polity, Geography, Economy, Science and Technology, Ecology & Environment, Social Welfare Schemes and Current affairs. 1/3rd of the paper was from Geography, Ecology and Environment. Questions appeared from Economy were less this time whereas more number of questions appear from this year usually. Candidates, who have good command on NCERT Text books, could have answered all the questions well. Questions from Art and Culture increased this year. It is also observed that nearly 70 questions of matching pair based or multiple statements based and all the candidates need is single piece of information to solve them. Though questions appear easy to start but they are little tricky based and should be answered carefully.

Papaer2- This paper contains Aptitude questions. Reasoning and quantitative aptitude was tougher this year as compared to last year. Verbal was tough. Most of the questions appeared in paper are about logical and interference thinking when compared to all the questions in previous year. Verbal section also appeared to be tough.

Overall, both the papers were comparatively tougher than last year. Qualifying Scoring will be around 210 marks for candidates who belong to general candidates and 195 for the OBC Candidates, 190 for SC category and 185 for ST category.

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UPSC Prelims 2015: 4.65 Lakhs Candidates Appeared

UPSC

Union Public Services Commission (UPSC) is a nationwide competitive exam in India. UPSC conducts its civil service exam annually in three stages, namely, Prelims, Main Examination and interview round for recruitment to IAS (Indian Administrative service), IPS (Indian Police service) , IFS (Indian Foreign Services) Group ‘A’ and some Group ‘B’ Services. The Preliminary Examination of Union Public Service Commission for Civil Services Examination is also popularly called CSAT or civil Services Aptitude Test.

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has conducted the civil Service preliminary exam 2015 on August 23/ 2015 successfully. Exam was conducted across India in various centres. This year total 465882 candidates appeared for the civil services preliminary examination while last year there were 451602 candidates appeared for the examination. There was an increase of 14280 candidates this year.

According to data report, about 945908 candidates have applied for the exam out of which 681549 candidates had downloaded their e-admit card and 465882, which is about 49% of total candidates who have applied for the exam. Every year,large number of candidates appear for the exam.

The exam was conducted in two shifts i.e. morning and noon shift. Paper 1 was held in Morning shift at 9:30 AM while paper 2 was held in noon shift at 2:30 PM. The exam was conducted at 2186 venue in 71 centres throughout the country. With the increase in number of candidates from last year’s count, the number of centres has also increased this year.

Eliminate Unemployment- 80,000 vacancies in Government Banks!

vacancies in Government Banks

Government of India is doing a remarkable work for the people who are unemployed and for the one who is seeking baking job. Earlier it was not so easy to grab a job in bank as there are limited vacancies and number of people fighting for the banking job was too high.

Now, public sector job is on the edge of making a big change, about to open 80000 vacancies in banking sector. This is because of large number of officers, clerks is going to retire this year.

Highlights

  • 80000 posts will be vacant soon
  • 78800 employees will be retiring in coming fiscal year.
  • 39756 will be retiring in current year including 19065 officers and 4669 clerks.
  • 6022 sub staff would also get superannuated this financial year.
  • Around 39000 employees would be retiring in next revenue session. Of this. 18506 officers and 14458 are clerks.

Banks are also about to hire candidate through campus placements. There are 22 state owned Bank of India including SBI, IDBI bank and Bharatiya Mahila bank. On the edge of 80000 positions in major banks, government is also planning to provide some flexibility in the recruitment process. Hiring will be done on contractual basis and will be allowed to exercise flexibility.

Banks are excited to do campus placement and there is lot of excitement seen in the students too.

There are number of suggested books which help in fighting banking competitive exam. Some are SBI bank book, Bank exam book. These books are the perfect guide in respect of practice, paper pattern.

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MAT Announcement, Check Here!

MAT 2015

MAT is one of the most popular competitive exams among MBA aspirants as it gets them access to a large number of best B schools in India. Also, the other reason that attributes to the immense popularity of this exam is conducted in 2 modes i.e. online and offline mode. So, candidates can choose to take either Paper Based Test or Computer Based Test as per their convenience.

Eligibility Criteria:

Candidate must have graduation degree in any discipline from any recognized University or any equivalent degree. Final year student in undergraduate can also apply. There is no restriction in regard to percentages for taking the MAT test, no age bar and n experience required.

Important dates:

MAT exam is scheduled to be held on September 6 and September 12, 2015. Online registration is going to be close today i.e. on 22 August, 2015. Those candidate who wish to appear for MAT Exam and haven’t registered themselves yet, have only a day left to register.

Fee structure:

There is an application fees for MAT exam i.e. INR 1200/- which can b paid via credit card, debit card, net banking, demand draft or in cash at any nodal centre of AIMA.

Paper pattern of MAT entrance exam:

The exam will be conducted in two different modes, i.e. Online and offline. Total number of questions will be 200 of 1 mark each. There will be 5 different sections, i.e. Language comprehension, mathematical skills, data analysis and sufficiency, intelligence and critical reasoning, and Indian and global environment. Each section will contain 40 questions. There would be 22 sections across the country for offline mode with 2 setup in Dubai and Singapore and 12 centres in the country for online mode.

This exam is one of the leading competitive exams in the country. This is one of the gateways for admissions in top b-school in India. If student is appearing for this exam, he/she need to practice hard. There will be number of suggested books such as MAT exam books, MAT entrance exam books.

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Education loan is now easier; Grab it now by “Vidya Lakshmi” Portal

Vidya Laxmi

Good News for Students. Government of India, on Thursday, launched a new website vidyalakshmi.co.in for the students who are seeking education loan. This portal was launched on 15th August 2015 i.e. on Independence Day. Popular banks including State Bank of India, IDBI and Bank of India have integrated their system with the website. This launch is for the benefit of the students. Those students who drop their studies and can’t pursue their dream course can now take a facility of education loan via this portal. Vidya Lakshmi portal is the first portal which provides single widow for students to access information and makes applications for education loans provided by banks as also government scholarships.

This portal has been developed and will maintained by NSDL e- Governance infrastructure Limited (NSDL e-Gov) under the guidance of department of finance services in the Finance Ministry, Department of higher education, Ministry of Human resource Development and Indian banks Association (IBA).

Highlights:

  • Provide Information about the education loan
  • Provide facility to convey grievances/queries related to education loan
  • Provide facility f dashboard to view status of their loan application status.
  • Provide linkage to national scholarship portal for information and application for government scholarship.

By this launch, it is expected that every student throughout the country will get benefit and educate themselves. No student will leave his/her studies just because of lack of fund. After all “ Padhega India tabhi toh badhega India”

AIPMT Re-Exam 2015- Rank cards out, Download Now

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AIPMT(All India Pre medical/ pre dental test) is a medical entrance examination which is conducted by the central board of secondary education, New Delhi, India in various examination centres which allows the qualifies candidates to get admission in the MBBS and BDS courses in the medical colleges in India. This examination is the base for selection in the medical colleges for the courses of MBBS.

The AIPMT re-examination was conducted on July 25, 2015 in 1065 centres across the country. Total
632625 candidates appeared for the exam. The results have been declared a couple of days back,
Approximately 64000 candidates have successfully cleared the exam out of which 32862 were males and 320723 were females.

The Central Board of Secondary education has recently declared the results of AIPMT 2015 (All India Pre- medical/ pre-Dental entrance test) re examination.

Rank cards for this exam are now out. All the candidates who have successfully cleared the examination my download their rank cards from the official website i.e. www.aipmt.nic.in.

Steps to download the rank cards:

  1. Go to the official website- www.aipmt.nic.in
  2. Click on the link on the left bottom side- “Rank letter”
  3. Enter your registration number; roll number and date of birth.
  4. Click on submit
  5. After submitting, your rank card will be displayed.
  6. Save your rank letter and get it print.

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UPSC civil services prelims: only 2 days left

Tips and Tricks

UPSC Civil services prelims are now on the corner, only 2 days left i.e. on 23rd August 2015. It is a human tendency that when exam is coming nearby, tension level goes up. At this point of time, candidate must be preparing so hard, and utilizing this peak time in revision the concepts. Some aspirants may get nervous. So it is suggest that don’t get nervous and practice and revise as much as you can. Keep yourself calm and healthy. Candidate must arrange the conveyance for the D-day.

Below mentioned are some suggested tips that aspirant should keep in mind before going for exam-

  1. Take sound sleep: good sleep is must before appearing in any exam. Good sleep helps to keep your mind relaxed. Most of the aspirants are busy with revision, solving mock test papers, getting nervous. It is crucial to sleep well the night before exam, or all the cramming will be for naught. If your body is exhausted, consider your brain even more. Take at least 7-8 hours sleep to keep your mind fresh and relaxed.
  2. Short notes: At this last time, candidates must make small notes for the major dates, events that took place in social, economic, development, polity, governance, employment, regulations front for at least a year before the exam. Make sure you cover all the major happenings in India and around the globe.
  3. Revision: Revision is must. Revise from the important notes you made during your preparation time. These notes will help you to revise more and also save your time.
  4. Increase your confidence level: At this peak time, it is so obvious that candidate may get nervous. Don’t get panic. It may affect your exam. N amount of preparation would be enough if you don’t have confidence in your abilities to crack the exam. Be confident and feed your mind with positive and encouraging thoughts.
  5. Presence of Mind: avoiding distraction would go a long way in helping you to score better. Keep your mind open and focus on your performance.
  6. Hand written notes: keep your notes with you while revision. This will save your time in remembering the things in less time.
  7. Concentration: concentration is also necessary in examination hall. Keep your mind focused and concentrate on the questions and answers you are writing. So you not have change to regret after exam.
  8. Strategies: Always follow the strategies you have planned for the exam. Pre-planned strategies are very beneficial for exam. Try to solve numerical in first go and also start your paper with that section you are good in.
  9. Be alert: During exam, do not ignore any kind of information. Be alert and attentive. Don’t indulge with your friends in talks much before exam at venue. Only one missing info may give you big loss.

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List of various Gateways to B-School

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Today, MBA is the most prestigious and lucrative degree being offered in India. Admission to the course is carried out by various entrance exams being held in different colleges. These exams are structures so as to access the ability of the candidate. Various books are available which will increase the chances of the candidate to get through these exams successfully. Some are MBA entrance preparation books, MAT exam preparation books etc. These MBA entrance exam is the gateway of the most reputed B-Schools in the country.

Various MBA entrance exams to get into the finest b-School in the country are:

  1. Common Admission Test (CAT)- Registration window opens for CAT exam from 6th august 2015 to 20th September. Exam is scheduled on November 20, 2015. This exam is conducted every year by Indian Institute of management (IIM). Official website : www.iimcat.ac.in
  2. Management Aptitude Test (MAT): Registration for this exam end on August 22, 2015. This exam will conduct via online and offline mode. Commencement of exam is on 6th September (Paper based) and September 12 onwards (computer based). This exam is conducted in the country by AIMA- All India management Association. Official website- http://www.aima.in/
  3. Common management Admission test (CMAT): registration process for CMAT exam has already closed. Exam will be held in January 2016. This exam is conducted by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Official website : www.aicte-cmat.in
  4. AIMS test for management admission (ATMA)- fresh dates for the registration and main exam is not released yet. This exam is conducted by Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS). Official website- www.atmaaims.com
  5. Symbiosis National Aptitude test (SNAP) – Registration for this exam starts from 24th august to November 24. Exam will be held on December 20, 2015. This exam is conducted by Symbiosis International University. Official website- www.snaptest.org
  6. Xavier’s Aptitude Test (XAT) – Registration for this exam will start from thirst week of august and close on second week of December. Exam will be scheduled in First week of January. This exam is conducted every year in the country by Xavier labour relation institute (XLRI). Official website- www.xatonline.net.in
  7. NMAT- Registration for this exam started from july 2 and close on October 5, 2015. Exam will be schedule from October 6 to December 19. This exam is conducted by Graduate management admission council (GMAC). Official website- www.nmat.org.in
  8. IIFT MBA- Last date to register for this exam is September 3. Exam will be held on November 22, 2015. This exam is conducted every year in the country by Indian Institute of foreign trade. Official website- www.iift.edu
  9. TISS (TISS national Entrance Test): Schedule for this exam is not yet released. This exam is conduct every year by Tata institute of social sciences (TISS). Official website- www.admissions.tiss.edu
  10. IBSAT ( IBS Aptitude Test): Registering for this exam has been started from august 5. Registration will get over on December 5. Main exam is scheduled in December from 15th to 3oth. This exam is conducted every year by ICFAI Business School (IBS). Official website: www.ibsindia.org

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Schedule Released: AIPMT 2015 Counselling

AIPMT Counselling 2015

The central board of secondary education has announced the AIPMT 2015 result on 17th August 2015. The candidates who have cleared the exam successfully are now eligible for the counseling round to get MBBS and BDS seats across the country in several medical colleges.

All selected candidates for the counseling have to register themselves online. In online counselling procedure, there will be three rounds for seat allotment. Each selected candidate will be allotted seat in medical college as per their desire, rank and availability of seat in that particular desired institution.

Schedule for the counselling process released by CBSE:

  • Registration for main counselling: August 19 to August 21 till 11:59 pm.
  • Round 1 of seat allotment: August 22, 2015
  • Reporting of the seat allotted in round 1: August 24 to August 27 till 6 PM
  • Round 2 of seat allotment: September 1, 2015
  • Publication of result (Round 2): September 2, 2015
  • Reporting of seats allotted in round 2: September 3 to September 7, 2015
  • Round 3 of seat allotment: September 9, 2015.
  • Publication of result (Round 3) September 10, 2015
  • Reporting of the sears allotted in round: September 11 to September 15, 2015.
  • Transfer of vacant seats to the state quota: September 15 after 6 PM

Candidate may check the schedule on the official website also. The exam actually was conducted earlier but was cancelled by the Central Board of Secondary Education as the key of the exam got leaked. This exam is an national level exam and also the toughest completion exam. Many suggested books are available which will help you to prepare well for the exam i.e. AIPMT medical entrance exam books, Medical entrance exam books.

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CAT (Common Admission test) – preparation tips, 11 weeks left

CAT

CAT is the national level MBA entrance exam conducted by the IIMs. CAT 2015 exam will be held on 29 November 2015 by IIM Ahmadabad. CAT exam have been changing in some way or every year. But still the mixture of strategy, planning and implementation will help to score well. Time is passing by, exam is approaching, and students are advised to start preparing and geared up the big day. There are number of books available for the preparation such as MBA entrance exam preparation books. Registration for the exam has already started and will close on 20th September 2015.

Tips and strategies to crack the exam:

Candidates have still time to start preparation for the CAT exam. Every candidate is suggested to start preparation by doing proper time management, plan strategies and follow the tips properly. This would surely help you to crack the exam. Regular study, Practice, self-analysis and adaptability to the tricks are the main stakes for the preparation t this level.

#TIP: 11-8 week to CAT- It seems that you have long time in hand. Start with basics, learn new topics. This period is the initial stage for preparation. At this stage you have to make your base strong and concepts clear. Focus more on weak areas and practice the strong areas. Devote more time in reading and clearing the concepts. Analyse the main topics from the previous year question papers and focus on those topics. Practice as much as you can.

#TIP: 7-5 week to CAT: At this time you have to evaluate your learning. Candidates are suggested to start doing mock test papers when they have just 7-5 weeks left. This would help you to identify your weak areas. And also helps you to analyze the topics or the section you have good command on. Mock test would be an intensive part of preparation now. Don’t memorise the things. Rather than memorising, start clearing the concepts.

#TIP: 4-2 Weeks to CAT- Finally, at this time we can say, exam is approaching. Backward counting starts form this time. Hardly a month left. At this time, candidate is suggested to start revising the strong areas and main topics. Make a good command on them. At this point of time, do not start any new topic. Practice as much mock test papers as you can. This would help you to analyze your speed and accuracy level. Also do the previous year papers this would help you to analysis the paper pattern. Grasp the things you have prepared till now.

#TIP: 1 Week to CAT- Finally it is now a week left for the big day. At this point of time, most of students start gets nervous. It is suggested to not to get nervous. Bring your confidence level up. Brush up the things you have prepared till now. Revise from the notes. Do mock test regularly. It will help you to adjust your body and brain according to the paper.

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All you need to know about GATE 2016

GATE 2016

GATE is jointly administered by The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs at Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee) .The Organizing Institute for GATE 2016 is IISc Bangalore. Zonal GATE Office at IISc Or IITs manage the operations related to GATE in each of the 8 zones.

GATE score of a candidate represents the relative performance level of a candidate. The score is used for admissions to various post graduate education programs (e.g. Master of Engineering, Master of Technology, Doctor of Philosophy) in Indian higher education institutes. The financial assistance is provided by MHRD and other government agencies. GATE scores are also being used by several government-owned companies for recruiting graduate engineers in entry-level positions. It is one of the most competitive examinations in India.

  • GATE 2016 examinations will be held during forenoon and afternoon sessions on alternate weekends between 30th January 2016 and 7th February 2016. Whereas, Examination for some of the papers in GATE 2016 will be held in multiple sessions. Exact details regarding complete examination schedule will be notified at a later date.
  • Examinations for all the 23 papers will be conducted by an online Computer Based Test (CBT). The online examination paper will contain some questions for which the candidate will key numerical answers using the virtual keypad. Other questions shall be of Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) type.
  • For GATE 2016 the entire process of filling up of application form, uploading of certificates/documents, etc., will be online and the candidates is not required to send any hard documents to any of the IIT/IISc zonal GATE office.
  • The payment of application fees would be online through different modes like net banking, debit/credit card, e-challan, etc.
  • The admit cards for GATE 2016 would be available through the online process only. Candidates can download their admit card from GATE 2016 website. No hard copy of admit cards will be posted to the candidates.
  • Biometric information for randomly selected candidates may be captured before the start of the examination.
  • GATE 2016 score is valid for 3 yrs from the date of announcement of the results.

Important Dates for GATE 2016

GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) Website Opens for Enrolment, Application Filling, Application Submission. September 1st, 2015 (Tuesday)
Last Date for Submission of Online Application through Website October 1st, 2015 (Thursday)
Last Date for Request for Change in the Choice of Examination City November 20th, 2015 (Friday)
Availability of Admit Card on the Online Application Interface for printing December 17th, 2015 (Thursday)
GATE 2016 Online Examination
Forenoon: 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon
Afternoon: 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM
(On Saturday and Sundays only)
January 30th to February 7th, 2016
(30th January, 1st, 6th and
7th February 2016)
Announcement of Results on the Online Application Website March 19th, 2016 (Saturday)
(17:00 HRS)

Changes in 2016

  • Candidates are not permitted to bring their own calculators. An online virtual (i.e. on-screen) calculator will be available during the examination.
  • The syllabus has been revised for some subjects.
  • A new subject of Petroleum Engineering has been introduced.
  • After completion of all test sessions, an Answer Key will be provided for candidates to check. Candidates can challenge the GATE 2016 Answer Key on a nominal fee for a specified time period.

Benefits of Gate Exams

More than just an exam Gate is also playing an entry ticket to many public sector companies. Public Sector undertaking (PSU) is a Government owned corporation in which Central or State Government have more than 51% share. A career with PSU requires, a strong and in-depth technical knowledge and understanding of core engineering Principles. All these Public sector companies recruit Engineer Trainee (ET) based on the GATE scores.

Process of selection by these companies:

  • Shortlist candidates on the basis of GATE scores.
  • Group discussion
  • Interview for assessment of different facets of knowledge.

List of PSUs considering GATE scores for entry level Engineer positions:

           PSUs
Power grid
IOCL
BPCL
CEL
COAL
ONGC
HPCL
MDL
NTPC
PSPCL
OPGC
IRCON
NHPC
BBNL
BNPM
GSECL
NHAI
AAI
BARC
NBCC
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SSC Higher level secondary level exam- amendment in timings

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The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted combined higher secondary level exam (CHSL) exam 2015. The exam will comprise a written objective type test with 200 questions 1 mark each to be attempted in 2 hours followed by Data entry skill test/typing test. Students who qualified the exam successfully will now have to go through another test i.e. Skill Test and a Data Entry Test.

SSC has recently announced that there is some amendments in the timings of the skill and data entry test for all the candidates who have qualified the written exam under the combined higher secondary level exam 2015. This test is compulsory for the candidates who have successfully cleared the written test and got selected for the post of LDC (Lower division clerks)

Scheduled for typing test

English typing test: Total time is 10 minutes. Speed should be 35 words per minutes within a total time frame of 10 minutes. Candidates who are visually handicapped would be given 30 minutes.

Hindi typing test: Total time is 10 minutes. Speed should be 30 words per minutes within a total time frame of 10 minutes. Candidates who are visually handicapped will be given 30 minutes.

Data Entry Skill test: new timings for Data entry skill test will be 15 minutes for all the 2000-2200 stokers or keys per depressions. Timings for the same for visually handicapped candidates will be 35 minutes.

Candidate can check the official notification regarding the change in timings on the official website also. There are number of books available for the preparation for this exam such as SSC Exam preparation books. These books are very helpful for the candidates in respect f paper pattern, marking schemes, syllabus etc.

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AFCAT offers ticket to the journey of Air force

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With Indian Air force, Sky is the limit. It takes you to the path that though leads you to the spur of difficulty but also train you to stand against the storm. It is a subject of National pride to be able to enter in the array of Air force. In order to be a part of this prestigious segment, one has to go through a selection process.

Applicants have to appear in Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) and Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT). The AFCAT is of two hours duration and contains multiple choice questions on verbal ability, numerical ability, reasoning, general awareness and military aptitude. Maximum marks are 300.In total, 100 questions are asked and 2hrs are given to solve the questions. Every question carries 3 marks each and 1/3 negative marking for wrong response.1 mark is deducted as penalty. No marks are cut for the questions left unanswered.

Candidates applying for technical branch have to take up EKT exam which is conducted immediately after AFCAT. It consists of 50 questions with one mark for every right answer.

Tips to crack AFCAT

  • Understand the AFCAT exam syllabus carefully, do some research on the type of questions asked and analyze how to score more marks in easy questions.
  • This is recommended as one of the best methods to prepare for any exam. AFCAT previous question papers would help you to understand the syllabus, pattern and types of questions likely to be seen in AFCAT exam you take up.
  • Be on time, reach your afcat centre well before the time mentioned on your afcat exam admit card. Indian air force is very strict, so make sure you know your afcat exam location well before the exam and reach there on time.
  • While taking up the exam, always start will the easiest section, this will not only increase your ability to perform but will also fetch you more marks in other sections because after solving your one section, you will feel more confident and perform better.
  • Avoid attempting questions which you are not sure about, AFCAT has negative marking scheme so you will lose 3 marks if you attempt three question wrong.
  • Spatial ability is also one of the easy sections in AFCAT exam. One thing you need to know what kind of questions you will face in spatial ability and mental ability sections of afcat exam. Practice hard on these sections.
  • Be sure you before filling any data or marking anything on OMR sheet failing to that may lead to a lot of loss.
  • To prepare best for AFCAT refer to previous AFCAT papers available on our website: http://www.dishapublication.com/download-free-study-materials/category/afcat-exam and books which has basic questions answers related to your respective branch.
  • Geography, Environment, History Civics, Defence, Art, Culture, and Politics are the topics on which knowledge based questions are asked. Make flash cards of the information gathered and read whenever you have time in hand.
  • Very informative notes are available in the form of a book by Disha publications available online as well. Catch hold of the book and prepare what you have the passion for.

Good luck!

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Son of Bag Seller bags first position in AIPMT Re-Exam 2015

Vipul Garg

Vipul Garg, a boy from Haryana tops AIPMT exam.17 year old Vipul is son of a bag seller. Having scored 695 out of 720, he is desirous of taking admission in Maulana Azad Medical College in the national capital. Expressing joy over the achievement, he exclaims that it is a dream come true for him and his parents.

Being a good performer, he was sure of scoring good marks but securing the first position in a medical entrance exam is something he never expected. He also expressed how disheartened he was when the earlier exam was cancelled since, he performed well in that as well. But he utilized the opportunity and time to work on his weaknesses in certain area.

Garg has always been a good student. He scored a perfect 10 CGPA in Class 10 and was awarded with a fee waiver for his further schooling. He was also offered a scholarship for medical coaching by a private coaching institute. He comes from a humble family and has made his parents proud. He has been undergoing treatment for a problem in his sinuses. Despite having severe headaches during preparation days, he managed to study for a maximum of four to five hours at a stretch. He believes that focused study for even short time period can lead you to score well.

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SSC CGL Tier-1 2015 16th August Examination Analysis

SSC CGL Tier 1 2015 Analysis

The Staff Selection Commission, CGL (Combined Graduate Level) Tier I Examination-2015 conducted on August 16, 2015 the difficulty level of the paper has decreased marginally. The morning slot (10:00 a.m. to 12 noon) had a single unique question paper with multiple sets. Overall, the paper was on the same pattern as last year and the afternoon slot (02:00 p.m. to 04:00 p.m.) had a single unique question paper with multiple sets. Overall, the paper was on the same pattern as last year. The number of sections, question types and the difficulty level remained same in both the slots.

General Intelligence and Reasoning

In this section, questions were from an array of topics and most of them had an easy to moderate level of difficulty. As compared to last year, the Visual Reasoning questions were easier and the options could easily be negated to reach the correct answer. Maximum questions were asked from Visual Reasoning, Analogy, Coding-decoding, Odd one out.

Morning Session                                                     Evening Session

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No. of Questions

General Awareness

This section was moderately difficult. Maximum questions were from Science and geography (28 in all), which were of high level of difficulty. The paper was on the same pattern as last year, but there were some tricky questions especially in Science and Geography section.

Morning Session                                                                 Evening Session

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No of Questions

 

Quantitative Aptitude

The section comprised questions from varied topics. This section was dominated by Arithmetic and Geometry. There was one question of Time and Work, in which none of the options were correct.

Morning                                                                    Evening

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English Comprehension

This section comprised majorly of vocabulary and grammar. In Vocabulary, there were questions on Antonyms, Synonyms, One word Substitution, Sentence Correction, Spot the Error and Fill in the Blanks. In Grammar, there were questions on Sentence Correction, Spot the Error and Fill in the Blanks. There were 2 Reading Comprehension passages with 5 questions each.

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According to our analysis, Students who score close to data mentioned below are likely to clear the exam.

Marks

After analyzing both morning and evening session papers, we conclude that aspirants who practiced well with previous papers and have succeeded to achieve good speed and accuracy can clear the exam.
For any queries and information related to SSC CGL 2015 Examination, Kindly reach us. Our team of experts will provide the best possible answers for your questions in no time.

All the best!

AIPMT Re-Exam Result 2015 announced: Check Result Here!!

AIPMT Re-Exam Result Declared

Central Board of Secondary Education has declared result for AIPMT Re-exam 2015. Candidates who had appeared for AIPMT re-exam 2015 can check their result here by entering their roll no and date of birth.A total of 6,32,625 candidates were registered for this examination, out of which only 4,22,859 candidates downloaded the admit card. The examination was conducted at 1,065 centres in 50 cities throughout the country and abroad.

Candidates can check their Result here by entering their roll no and date of birth

 

How to crack CDS Exam in first attempt

Useful Tips

CDS (Combined Defense Services) examination has always been the source of attraction among youth. The examination paves a way to the Indian Defense forces. The examination is conducted for admission in prestigious Institutions like Officer’s Training Institution (OTA) in Chennai , The Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun , Indian Naval Academy (INA), Air Force Academy (AFA) .The examination is conducted twice a year in Feb /March and Aug/September.

In order to crack the exam one must know what the exam consists of

• The examination for the OTA consists of two papers — Tests of English language and test of general knowledge/general awareness.
• The examination for the IMA consists of three papers — Tests of English language and test of general knowledge/general awareness and test of mathematical ability.

Criteria of examination

S.No. Paper / Subject Questions Duration Marks
English 120 2 Hours 100
General Knowledge 120 2 Hours 100
Elementary Mathematics 100 2 Hours 100

Tips to crack the exam

English language has two main sections: vocabulary and grammar.

    • Good command of vocabulary can help you to answer more than 20 questions .Read magazines and English newspaper articles to improve your vocabulary.
    • Practice the grammar rules (subject verb agreement, preposition, tense, pronoun, adjective etc) and solve practice exercises on regular basis.

General knowledge consists of: Current affairs, History, Indian constitution, Politics and Economics

      • Develop the habit of reading newspaper on regular basis for solving the current affairs section.
      • In history section, movements in-between revolt of 1857 and independence (1947), Vedic period, Maurayan kings, are the main topics.
      • In geography, mountain peaks, rivers, average rain, population folklore require main focus; general knowledge about computers is also necessary.
      • Thorough study of social studies books from 7th to 11th standard is sufficient to prepare for this section.
      • Elementary Mathematics section consists of basic mathematics like algebra, geometry, trigonometry and statistics.’

We strongly recommend that you thoroughly read Disha Publication’s book ‘CDS 9 YEARS TOPIC WISE SOLVED PAPERS (2007 – 2015)’ which consists of last 9 years (both Feb and November papers) .In all there are 17 Question papers from 2007 to 2015- which have been divided into 42 topics.

This book will make the aspirants competent enough to crack the uncertainty of success in the Entrance Examination.

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Super 30 gets on the rolls of Tokyo University: 2nd student gets scholarship

Super 30 gets on the rolls of Tokyo University: 2nd student gets scholarship

Super 30 is an innovative educational program which selects 30 students from economically backward section of society and shapes them for the India’s most aspired engineering institute- IIT. In the last seven years, it has produced hundreds of IITians. This year, another feather is added to the cap. Super 30 has enrolled its name in different league of achievements.

Earlier this year, Abhishek Gupta from super 30 got selected for education in Tokyo after clearing JEE- Mains. Abhishek, son of a Gurgaon- based generator operator was selected for a four year scholarship to pursue an international program on environmental sciences from University of Tokyo.

After Abhishek, Kunal Kumar has become the second student from Anand Kumar’s Super 30 programme to be selected to pursue higher education at Japan’s university of Tokyo as a part of Four year scholarship. Kunal has completed his second year in chemical Engineering from IIT, Guwahati and will get a direct admission in third year at the University.

It’s a dream come true for Kunal. Four years ago, despite having high dreams ,he was struggling for proper education .He gave home tuition to make both ends meet and today he is leaving IIT for an international University. Out of sheer luck, he was directed to super 30 by a friend and it changed his life. “It is a big opportunity. When I look back, it gives me great satisfaction to have come this far. I had talked to Anand Sir and he encouraged me to keep working hard and not forget my roots. For me, reaching Super 30 was the turning point,” said Kunal.

Anand Kumar, who was invited by the University of Tokyo for an educational collaboration, was elated to see the development.”It is good that international institutions are now showing interest in Super 30 students. More students should avail this exposure as Japan is the technological hub,” said Anand Kumar.

It was sheer luck that Kunal was directed to Super 30 by a friend and it changed his life.

“This proves what equal opportunity can do. The youth of the country has the talent to wonders. All they need is the opportunity, not sympathy,” Kumar added.

Kunal, who will leave for Japan in September, is too on cloud nine and said that Anand Kumar has always shown him the way forward.

“It is a big opportunity. When I look back, it gives me great satisfaction to have come this far. I had talked to Anand Sir and he encouraged me to keep working hard and not forget my roots. For me, reaching Super 30 was the turning point,” said Kunal.

Anand Kumar, who was invited by the University of Tokyo for an educational collaboration, was happy with the development.

“It is good that international institutions are now showing interest in Super 30 students. More students should avail this exposure as Japan is the technological hub,” said Anand Kumar.

“I was quite amazed to see the infrastructure and facilities out there. Tokyo University’s Yashino Haroshi has also come several times to Patna and discussed with me how more deserving students could benefit from the collaboration,” he added.

He has also been to UK’s University of Cambridge as well as Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University in the US to deliver lectures last year.

Super 30 is an innovative educational programme which selects 30 students from extremely poor background and trains them for the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT). Students are provided free coaching, lodging and food throughout the programme.

Gateway to your Dream College :Follow these tips to crack GATE exam

Tips
  1. Collect the updated Syllabus for the GATE exam.
  2. Assimilate the required latest notes which must include the books for basic concepts and specific problems, guide book for GATE and previous year question papers.
  3. Go through the standard books which are easily accessible and through which you can easily understand the concepts. This will improve your learning ability..
  4. Make the agenda of study schedule after going through syllabus and previous question papers.
  5. Start preparing from the basic topic and note down the basic concepts (definitions, unit, dimension etc.) as well as necessary theories, formulae etc.
  6. Solve as many problems as possible from different books and try to find more and more tricks.
  7. Apply your own logics and tricks in solving problems and note it down because it will save your time in the examination hall.
  8. Generally GATE problems are not that lengthy, while solving the GATE problem, if the solution takes more than 8 steps ,you must look at it from a different approach..
  9. Take help of GATE experienced persons for proper guidance.
  10. Conduct self tests repeatedly for different chapters and try to achieve a very good score.
  11. Conduct self tests based on whole syllabus and take help of others in conducting self-tests, if required.
  12. Spend maximum time on studies and be very sincere throughout the preparation.
  13. Always keep your eyes on your goal ( dream institute) ion your thought as while preparing.Opitimistic approach is the key to crack it.
  14. Negative thoughts can cause loss of concentration. Be focused and read only when you are reading.
  15. One month before the examination, start revising the course so that the day before the exam you feel confident about your preparations.

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Printing errors in SSC CGL Tier I Exam 2015

SSC Exam

On August 9, the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducted the Combined Graduate Level Tier I exam. The Commission has released a notice that there were printing errors in a set of question paper booklets distributed in Northern regions other than Delhi.

The official notification reads, It has come to the notice of the commission that a particular series of question paper booklets distributed in the Northern Region (in cities other than Delhi) had some printing errors. The Commission regrets the inconvenience caused.’ The Commission has decided to call such candidates for a re-examination on August 30.

The commission to check the validity of such claims has requested the candidates to give their details, including the scanned copy of the relevant page/s of the booklet with clear mention of the test form no and other details. If the details are found correct, the commission will issue fresh admit cards for the re-examination. The concerned candidates must note that such claim must be attached with the scanned copy of the relevant pages of the question booklet.

Re-examination is scheduled to be on August 30 .Details should be updated latest by August 16 so that arrangements for the examination can be made accordingly

The candidates must visit the official website for the details.

AIPMT Retest 2015-Candidates to have access to their OMR sheets and answer key

AIPMT Retest OMR Sheet and AnswerKey

AIPMT result is set to be declared by CBSE on August 17.The candidates will now have the access to the scanned images of their OMR sheets and answer keys by logging in through their Registration ID. The candidates will be able to have access of their OMR sheets from August 10 at 10 am to August 11 till 12 at mid night.

As per CBSE rule, if any candidate raises objection, he will have to deposit an amount of Rs.1000.The amount will be refunded if the objection is accepted.

Dr. Arvind Goyal, a Chandigarh-based AIPMT tutor who had filed a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) seeking answer-keys of the candidates has now filed RTI seeking the total amount of fee received by the CBSE from students for filing objections and the number of objections received for various questions in AIPMT. He expresses his concern that it is impossible for the board for not having any records of objections filed. AIPMT is an exam that happens on a large scale with huge number of candidates appearing. This makes it an issue of public interest and cannot be denied.

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XAT- The gateway to highly ranked B schools in India likely to be held on January 3, 2016 !

XAT 2016

If getting admission in the top most B – Schools of India is your dream, its time for you to tie your shoe lace tight and run the marathon that leads you to your destination.
Students! There is a lot of temptation parking places on the way to success.

A high score in XAT 2016 may get you to the top rated B schools in the country. So, There is no time to kill, lets utilize it in the focused preparations.

XLRI official has shared that Unlike the earlier XAT years, XLRI Jamshedpur (the XAT 2016 conducting institute) will announce the opening of registration for XAT 2016 in the 4th week of August 2015 instead of 2nd week of August. The XAT 2016 registration is proposed to open in the last week of August 2015 and the notification for the exam is also proposed to be released sometime around the 3rd or 4th week of this month.

Registration Key facts

    1. Registration to XAT 2016 will be an online process
    2. First part of registration is to be completed by creating the candidate profile
    3. After receiving the XAT 2016 ID. All the further steps will have to be completed with XAT ID and password
    4. The application form can be accessed by login with XAT ID and will have to completed step by step.
    5. Keep the information ready to complete the process smoothly. You will need all your academic details right from class X onwards; scanned copy of photo and signature of prescribed size among others.
    6. XAT 2016 registration fee is expected to remain at Rs.1000/-. There would be 3 payment modes to pay the XAT 2016 registration and application fee namely Online fee payment through net banking/credit/debit cards; by demand draft or by cash payment. You can choose any of them.
    7. After completion of registration and application you will get the confirmation. You are supposed to print this XAT 2016 confirmation page for your reference. In future for all correspondence with XAT office, quote your XAT ID.

XAT is the second largest MBA/PGDM entrance exam after CAT. XLRI has been conducting XAT on behalf of XAMI for the last 60 years at All India level in the paper pen mode to provide level playing field for the XAT aspirants coming from all backgrounds.

XAT 2016 Important dates :

      1. XAT 2016 Notification: Second week of August, 2015
      2. XAT 2016 Application start date: Last week of August, 2015
      3. XAT 2016 Application ends: Second week of November, 2015
      4. XAT 2016 Admit Card: Second week of December, 2015
      5. XAT 2016 Exam: First Sunday of January, 2016
      6. XAT 2016 Official Answer Key: Second week of January, 2016
      7. XAT 2016 Result: Last week of January, 2016

The selection process of XAT 2016 includes Group Discussion, Personal Interview and Written Ability Test or Essay Writing and or other rounds such as Extempore, Psychometric Test, Group Activities etc.The 3 hour XAT paper is divided into 2 papers. Paper 1 consists of objective questions and the Paper 2 has 2 questions, General Knowledge and Essay Writing.

Tips to achieve success in XAT:

      1. A lot of practice will enable you to identify the question. Once you identify the type of questions, it’ll become easy for you to solve it.
      2. All questions should be considered important while practicing because doing well in only one section won’t help you clear the cut-offs and won’t get you to good colleges
      3. Appear for mock tests. It will helps you understand the paper type and enables you realize your weaknesses and strengths so that you can improve.
      4. While appearing in mock tests, note down your mistakes and make sure that you don’t repeat them. In order to avoid them practice more.
      5. Studying strategically makes a lot of difference between the ones who make it to the IIMs and others. So don’t underestimate any section.
      6. While polishing your abilities, time management also needs to be taken care of.
      7. Set a goal before you sit down to prepare. For instance, you’ve decide to study for 2 hours so you should know what you wish to achieve at the end of your session.
      8. Make focused preparations and avoid distractions.

Best of luck!

 

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SSC CGL TIER 1- PREPRATION TIPS TO CRACK THE EXAM

Preparation Tips

Staff Selection commission of India conducts SSC CGL exam for various B grades as well as C grade level posts. The exam opens doors to assistant level positions in various departments of the Central Government such as Income Tax (CBDT), Excise and Customs (CBEC), Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Central Statistical Organization (CSO), Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG), Central Secretariat and Ministries under the Govt. of India etc. This exam offers a wonderful opportunity to any graduate who is looking forward to making a career in public sector. Every year lakhs of candidates apply for these posts, with the increasing number of candidates applying for the exam, there is a cut throat competition, as a result only few number of lucky candidates get selected.

SSC CGL exam 2015 is approaching and it is the right time to fasten your seat belts since exam is just around the corner. Some important topic which may help you to score well are as follows:

Tier one comprises of 4 sections i.e. reasoning, quantitative Aptitude, general English and general Awareness.

Reasoning: It is based on observing the mental and problem solving ability. It is not about the problems where we can apply any formula and get the answer. We need to figure out the answer carefully by applying our skills. The most important questions from this section are on the topics such as Seating Arrangements, Syllogism, Coding-Decoding, Statement and Conclusions, Directions, Blood Relations, Analogy, Classification, Series problems, Ranking, Data sufficiency, Assumptions and Directions. Non-Verbal is the toughest of all. Also, deals with maximum number of problems especially with problem figures and mirror images.

Quantitative Aptitude:This section is based on mathematics. If are having good grip on the basic concepts of math then we can easily score well in this section. Main topics cover in this section are Algebra, trigonometry, geometry, height & distances, numeric ability, percentage, profit and loss, SI & CI, ration & partnerships, averages and problem on trains and boat.

General English: English is the most scoring section in every competitive exam. Though it is also most ignoring subject by which candidate fails to score well. Moreover, this section is for the exam tier 1 and tier 2 for SSC exam. Important topics for this section are: English comprehension, cloze-test, synonyms, antonyms, one word substitutions, idioms and phrases, error finding, sentence improvement. Basically this section is based on grammar. Candidate must be having good grip over grammar.

General Awareness: This section is the difficult among all. All we need to get updates from current affairs to score decent in this section. Candidate is suggested to read newspaper and magazine daily. This is the most effective way to get updated from current affairs. Important topics in this section are: polity, economics, Science, geography, history.

Candidate is suggested to not to ignore any section. Each and every section is equally important. Moreover, candidate need to do mock test papers, samples papers to prepare well. Several books are available for preparation for SSC exam. Some are SSC exam preparation books, SSC exam Books and you can also buy online SSC exam

We wish that you all get selected this year.

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Step for good cause by Punjab Government: promises free coaching for competitive exam

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It would surely a good deed by the Punjab government. Punjab Education Minister Daljit Singh Cheema promised to provide free coaching classes for the preparation of various entrance or competitive exam during his visit to two government schools of Banur sector.

He informed, till today, more than 1600 students already took this free coaching classes facility which is provided at district level.

This is for the support for competitive exam preparation and coaching would be provided by science faculty of the government schools. The standard of education should be high, according to Daljit Singh the ministry of Minority Affairs also launched a free coaching and Allied Scheme for minority Communities students. This is just to empower that section of society which is unable to take advantage to employment. It would change the market needs and also provide opportunities at domestic as well as international level.

This effort would surely change the functioning and level of education in India. Till today, This free coaching facility is provided at district level but now efforts has been made in order to make it on more large scale and also to mitigate the circumstances of students who take expensive coaching.

The main aim for this is to empowerment of the weaker sections. This section has been a priority area of concern for the government since independence. The empowerment of the weaker sections has been a priority area of concern for the Government since independence.

This will enhance the skills and capabilities for ensuring rapid economic development and integration in the national mainstream.

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR IIT JAM 2016

ANNOUNCEMENT FOR IIT JAM 2016

The joint admission test (JAM) is a gateway to take admission in B.Sc, M.Sc course in the Indian institute of technology &Science. IIT have started conducting a Joint Admission Test for M.S.

Important dates for IIT JAM has been announced and the main exam for the admission to M.Sc and Ph.D courses is scheduled on February 7, 2016.

Candidates can apply online from its official website www.jam.iitm.ac.in

Important dates for IIT JAM 2016 exam:

  • Online registration starts from September 2, 2015
  • Last date for payment of Application fee through e-challan- October 10, 2015
  • Last date for application submission and uploading of documents- October 10, 2015
  • Exam date- February 7, 2016
  • Result declaration- March 23, 2016
  • Submission of application form for admission- April 15 to April 24, 2016
  • Last date for receipt of request for change of category along with valid documents in proper format at IIT Madras- April 29, 2016
  • Declaration of first admission list- June 15, 2016
  • Second Admission list- June 29, 2016
  • Third admission list along with conclusion of admission process- July 11, 2016

Fee structure:

For unreserved categories or OBC applicants (male candidates) the registration fee will be INR 1500/- for one paper and INR 2100/- for two papers. For SC/ST/PwD and other reserved categories, the fee charges will be INR 750/- for one paper and INR 1050 for two papers. Fee for female applicant will be INR 750/- for one paper and INR 1050 for two papers.

Every exam is getting tough if we see the competition. Eligible candidates who are seeking admission in any of the course via JAM exam are suggested to prepare well. Several books are available such as JEE advanced exam books, IIT entrance exam books which would guide and helps in preparing well for exam.

SSC CGL TIER 1 Exam 2015 – Paper Analysis

SSC CLG TIER 1 Exam 2015 - Paper Analysis

The Staff Selection commission (New Delhi) conducted SSC CGL tier 1 on August 9, 2015 successfully. Large number of candidate appeared for the exam. The exam was conducted in two session viz. Morning and evening session.  Paper was quite moderate.

It was objective type paper and of 200 marks in total. There were 4 different sessions i.e. Arithmetic, Reasoning, General Awareness and English.

It is analyzed that Arithmetic paper was bit tough as always, reasoning section was easy, general awareness paper and English was moderate. This analysis is for both the shifts. This analysis is average analysis.

General Intelligence and Reasoning: This section was easy as compared to other sections. Candidates took approx 35-40 minutes to do this section. The good score is considered as 35-38 and good attempts are 40-42. Most of the question were from  analogy, series, odd one out, statement conclusion, statement inference, visual reasoning, Maths based questions, Coding-Decoding, Directions, Analytical reasoning, word formation, venn diagrams, matrix based.

General awareness: this section was moderate as analysed by analyst. Approximately candidates took 15 minutes to solve this section. According to the analyst, there were 13-15 good attempts and it is also assuming that aspirants should score for at least 8-10 questions. Most of the question asked in this section was based on science and technology.

Quantitative Aptitude: this section is also analysed as moderate. Candidate took approximately 40-50 minutes to do this section. 35-38 questions are considered as good attempt and candidates should score for at least 32 questions in this section. 15 questions were based on Arithmetic and around 12-13 questions were based on geometry.

English Comprehension: This section is also analysed moderate. Though this section is the most ignoring section in the exams as a results candidate fails to score good. 21 questions were based on Vocabulary/Idioms/Phrases. Vocabulary, idioms, phrases, reading comprehension and spellings concepts were easy where as grammar section, from which total 17 questions asked, were analysed as moderate. Aspirant should score between 32-35 marks in this section.

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CMAT Cancelled: Credibility at stake

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Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) has been cancelled by the Delhi High Court (HC) pertaining to the issues related to rights and authority of the All India Council for Technical Education  (AICTE). CMAT is a computer-based test which is conducted twice a year, in September and February subsequently. High Court claimed that AICTE does not hold any authority to regulate MBA courses, as pronounced by the Chief Justice N. V. Ramana.

It is now reported that the test will now be organized in the first week of January 2016. All the details related to the exam will be updated on the official website by the end of 2015. The sudden twist of not conducting CMAT in Sep 2015 as the first CMAT for admission to B-schools in 2016 has taken thousands of aspirants’ off-guard who questioned the viability of sudden decision without sharing any information in public domain.
The confusion was more prominent because of the irresponsible attitude shown by the online website. Lack of update and relevant information aggravated the impatience of the students.
However, as every cloud has a silver lining students instead of prolonging the mourning period has started revising the syllabus. There is indeed disappointment and angst but at the same time students are more determined to beat the examination expected to be held in January 2016.

CMAT 2016 will comprise 180 questions that ought to be completed in 180 minutes. The sections included in the examination are:Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation, General Awareness,Logical Reasoning ,Language Skills
Several MAT and MBA online books are available to help students prepare better for the test. A proper understanding of the syllabus and subject is a must before attempting the paper.

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SBI Main re-test exam notification, check here!

Important

State Bank of India (SBI) has announced notification regarding the PO reexamination. The Retest will be scheduled on 9th august 2015 in the few locations for orthopedically handicapped candidates. Such candidates can download their re-exam admit card. The official notification has been published on the official website www.sbi.co.in.

Exam was held in three phases, preliminary exam and main exam and then final interview. Preliminary exam was held in the end dates of June month. More than 20 lakh candidate appeared for this exam. Main exam was held in the month of July. Results for main exam will be declared in the last week of August. The exam will be conducted via online mode and comprise of objective type questions for 200 marks and a descriptive type test for 50 marks. Interview will be in the month of September.

State Bank of India has been a core choice of students looking for career into banking line. With the increasing number of candidates, the competition of exam is getting tougher. Candidates need to prepare well for every level of exam whether it is preliminary exam or main exam. Successful clearing of one level will only make you eligible for the next level exam. Candidates are advised to prepare from bank exam preparation book, Buy SBI PO books. Books are available online also. Candidates are also advised to prepare each section thoroughly. Every section is equally important.

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IIT Kerala begins its first Academic session

IIT Kerala begins its first Academic session

The dream of Kerala to have Indian Institute of technology (IIT) campus in the state became a reality. With 117 students, the 18th Indian Institute of technology (IIT) has launched its first academic session in the temporary campus in Valayar and it is expected that they will shift to a 500-acre permanent campus in Puthussery district within three years, after completion of land acquisition process and construction of buildings.

At this initial stage, IIT-Palakkad offers four b-tech streams- Computer Science and Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and mechanical Engineering. Surprisingly, only 6 students are from the state of Kerala itself and a majority are from Uttar Pradesh. According to the projection, Palakkad IIT campus will have 1000 students and 1000 strong faculty member in 10 years.

Addressing the students and parents through video conferencing, Human resource Development Minister, SmritiIraniencouraged the students and advised them to inculcate a social perspective and aim at developing a well-rounded life apart of focusing only on studies.

Admission test for these IIT were already conducted. For the very first time, Joint admission exam were conducted for 18IITs, 31 national Institutes of technology (NITs), Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad and other 18 government funded technical Institutions (GFTIs). JEE main Exam was held in the month of April and result was announced on 27th April. JEE Advanced was conducted on May 24. Lakhs of students appeared in the exam

This year six new IIMs start to set up in the country

6 New IIMs

This news finally brings cheer to IIM aspirants. The union minister for Human resource, SmritiIrani, approved setting up of sex new Indian institute of management (IIMs) in the country, which will start their operations from this academic year. New IIMs would be start in Amritsar-Punjab, Nagpur-Maharashtra, Visakhapatnam-Andhra Pradesh, Sirmaur- Himachal Pradesh, Sambalpur-Odisha and Bodh Gaya-Bihar.

These new IIMs will be mentored by the IIMs which are already establish. IIM Amritsar will be mentored by IIM Kozhikode, IIM Bodhgaya will be mentored by IIM Calcutta, IIM Nagpur will be mentored by IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Sambalpur will be mentored by IIM Indore, IIM Sirmaur will be mentored by IIM Lucknow and IIM Visakhapatnam will be mentored by IIM Banglore.

With the setting up of these New IIMs, it is expected that the annual intake of students would reach to the level of 560 students by the end of seven years. Each of the new IIMs will take 140 students for their post-graduation progamme. Admission in the IIM will be on the basis of common admission test (CAT). Looking at the economic growth of the country, the institute would train young graduate management responsibilities.

Heading towards students view

According to students, number adding IITs would be helpful, but they suggest increase the quality education for engineering course more rather than introducing new IITs. According to them, IITs and IIMs are premier institutes and increasing seats in the present institute would be better rather than setting up new institutes.

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Preparation Guidelines for SSC CGL Exam 2105 – Tier 1

Preparation Tips

Every year, Staff Selection Commission (SSC)conducts common graduate level (CLG)examination for the recruitment of qualified job seekers to fill up vacant seats under different departments. Exam is now on its way. Exam is scheduled on 9th and 16th August, 2015. Every year large number of candidate appear for this exam. Due to this, competition for this exam is very tough. Candidate needs to pay extra efforts to prepare for this exam. Books such as SSC exam preparation books, Buy SSC Books Online, SSC CGL exam books are available which will guide you for the exam and also helps in doing best preparation.

Some guidelines to crack SSC CGL exam 2015

  • Practice makes a man perfect. The more you will practice the more you will score well. As the number of questions will be more, you need to give less than a minute on each question. Candidate are advised to solve math questions much. Solve previous year question paper, mock test papers. This would let you know your command on each section.
  • Since you practice more for previous year question papers and mock test papers, now you know your favorite section. So, candidate is suggested to start with his/her favorite section. Attempt all the questions.
  • In last few days, candidate are requested to not to run after the untouched topics. This is the last time, so revise the topics which is done and practice mock test paper. Don’t forget to set the time while you are solving the practice paper. This will increase your speed.
  • Use approximation techniques. Where ever you found complex calculation, candidate are suggested to use approximation techniques. This is all about the rounding off the numbers to get the closest value to the option provided.
  • Make your good command on general Awareness section. This is the most important section and this section can be attempted quickly. Candidate can score very good marks in this section. This section covers topics like important dates, persons, Award winners, books and authors, games and cups and abbreviation. Best way to learn about these topics are read magazines, newspapers, monthly magazine such as Pratiyogita darpan etc.
  • Practice English grammar question also. This is also very high scoring section. Candidate must have good vocabulary and English grammar. For this, candidate are suggested to watch English movies, news channels, read English newspapers and magazines. Practice questions based on common errors, antonyms, synonyms, passages.
  • Proper time management is also necessary during exam. You will be given only 2 hours to solve 200 questions.
  • Practice previous year papers and mock test papers. This will increase your confidence level.

In last, we suggest you not to get nervous while writing exam. Do your best.

All the best for exam.

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Announcement for CSIR UGC NET 2015, Check here

CSIR NET 2015

UGC NET 2015 is this year organized by Council of scientific and Industrial research (CSIR). CSIR is in all over the country and has great contribution in scientific and development and research in India. This is one of the top institution among the globally acclaimed scientific research center worldwide. As per the official notification, exam is scheduled on 20th December 2015.

Eligibility criteria:

    • Candidate must be having M.Sc or equivalent degree/ Integrated BS-MS/BS- 4 years/ BE/BTech/BPharma/MBBS. Minimum 55% marks is required for general and OBC Non creamy layer candidates and 50% for SC/ST, physical and visually handicapped candidates.
    • Candidates who have enrolled for MSc programe or having completed 10+2+3 of the above qualifying examination as on 25.8.2015, are also eligible to apply. Such candidates will have to submit the attestation format duly certified by the Head of the Department/Institute from where the candidate is appearing or has appeared.
    • B.Sc (Hons.) or equivalent degree holders or students enrolled in Integrated M.S-Ph.D. program with at least 55% marks for general and OBC (Non Creamy layer) candidates; 50% marks for SC/ST, physically and visually handicapped candidates are also eligible to apply

Candidates with bachelor’s degree will be eligible for CSIR fellowship only after getting registered/enrolled for PhD/Integrated PhD program within the validity period of two years.

The eligibility for lectureship of NET qualified candidates will be subject to fulfilling the criteria laid down by UGC. PhD degree holders who have passed Master’s degree prior to 19th Sept-1991, with at least 50% marks are eligible to apply for Lectureship only.

Important Dates:

  • Online registration and fee depositing process will start from 3-8-15
  • Last date for depositing fees (at all stations)- 24-8-15
  • Last date for online submission of application- 25-8-15
  • Last date of receipt of duly completed hard copy of online application in the examination unit-3-9-15
  • Last date of receipt of duly completed hard copy of online application in the examination unit (for remote area)- 10-9-15
  • Last date for receipt for change of examination center only on merit basis- 5-10-15
  • Tentative date of publication of list of candidates registered for test- 5-11-15
  • Last date for accepting for representation for non-registration for this exam- 13-11-15
  • Issue of e-admission certificate to registered candidate- mid Dec-15
  • Commencement of exam- 20-12-15

Paper pattern and duration:

Paper will held in two session i.e. morning (9 AM to 12 noon) and noon session (2pm to 5pm) which will consist of 5 subjects

  • Life science,
  • Earth, atmosphere, ocean and planetary sciences,
  • Mathematical science,
  • Chemical science and
  • Physical science

Paper will be of 200 marks in total. It will be MCQ based test. Exam will be of 3 hours.

UPSC important guidelines: Check here

Important Guideline for UPSC Exam

Union Public service commission (UPSC) will be conduction civil services (preliminary exam) on August 23, 2015. Exam are on its way. Admit card have been published on the official website. Students are requested to fetch their admit cards from there. Before the commencement of exam, UPSC has issued a notification regarding the important guidelines for the prelims exam.

Important guidelines:

    1. Students are requested to not to bring mobile phones, pagers, It gadgets or any other communication devices such as Bluetooth to the exam premises. If caught, he/she may be entitled for disciplinary action including ban from future examinations.
    2. Candidates are also advised to not to bring any costly or valuable items in the exam premises. If any loss of such things, commission will not be responsible.

Above two points are announced by keeping student’s welfare in mind.

      1. The exam will consist of three stages I.e. preliminary exam, main exam, and interview. Candidate will be selected on the basis of the performance of the three stages. Selected candidate will be eligible for the prestigious post of IAS (Indian Administrative service, Indian foreign Service (IFS) and Indian police service (IPS)
      2. Candidate are also requested to bring their photo ID proof in exam such as Adhar card, driving licence, passport, voter ID card. Invigilator may check photo ID proof if in case candidate do not have clear its clear photograph on e- admit card.
      3. Candidates who are visually imparted have to bring their own scribe, allowed only if they opted their “own scribe” option during filling of form or must have to carry their valid admit card duly issued by the commission for such purpose.
      4. The exam will be conducted in 2 session viz morning and noon session. Each session will have two hours plus twenty minutes per hour (total forty minutes) extra time for visually impaired candidates (visual impairment 40 per cent or more) and the candidates with locomotors disability with cerebral palsy (suffering from dominant writing) extremity with minimum 40 per cent impairment only.

This exam will be the toughest exam in the country. Many candidates appear multiple times to clear this exam. Candidates are required to study well and prepare best for the exam. There are number of books available which van be the best guide for the exam such as UPSC EXAM BOOKS, IAS EXAM PREPARATION BOOKS, Books for UPSC exam, best books for IAS exam.

All the best for exam.

Admission notification of Jammu university for B.Ed programme, check here

Important

Announcement for the candidates who are seeking for the admission in Jammu University in B.Ed programmes.

Jammu University (JU) invites an application for the candidates to enroll themselves in the bachelors of education (B. Ed) programs for the academic session 2015. This course features the skills which are required for the teachers at secondary level study. Interested candidates may fill the application via online.

Eligibility criteria:

Must have bachelor’s degree in the trades of Arts, Commerce, Science and management and social science, engineering, forestry, medicines, veterinary science, agriculture and music and fine arts form the Jammu university and any other recognized university of India.
Minimum 45 percent marks required in bachelor’s degrees for SC/ST candidatesand 50 percent marks for others.

Selection will based on:

Selection will be based on merit list which will be declared by the Jammu University which will be developed by the admission committee of concerned college constituted.

Admission will be depend upon the centralized online counseling process.

Application and fee structure: Candidates are required to apply online. Steps are given below.

Logon to official website jammuuniversity.in
Find the admission form button
Click on apply online (Jammu university B.Ed admission form)
Fill the form
Click on submit button.

Application fee:

INR 1650 is for registration fees. The fee can also be paid through e-banking/debit card/credit card by exercising online payment option while completing the form.

Important dates

The last date for submitting the application form is August 9.

The last date for depositing the fee is: August 10.

GATE 2016 announcement, click here!!

GATE 2016

The Indian institute of Applied Sciences (IIS) announced important announcement regarding GATE 2016. Graduate Aptitude test in engineering (GATE) is a national level computer based test conducted for the admission for post graduate degree in engineering courses. It is the toughest competitive exam for the candidates who are seeking for the admission for Post graduate courses in India with MHRD and other Government scholarships in Engineering/technology/ Architecture/Science for the candidates qualify in gate 2016.

This year IISc scheduled GATE 2016 examination on weekend (Saturday and Sunday) between 30th Jan 2016 and 7th Feb 2016.

Eligibility Criteria:

    • Must having Bachelor’s degree holders in Engineering/ Technology/ B.S (4 years after 10+2 or 3 years after Diploma in Engineering/Technology) and final year students of the same courses can also apply.
    • Bachelor’s degree holders of Architecture (Five years course) and those who are in the final yearof the same course is also eligible.
    • Master’s degree holders in any branch of Science/ Mathematics/ Statistics/Computer Applications or equivalent degree holders and final year students of same program can also apply.
    • Holders of four-year integrated master’s degree (post-B.Sc.) in Engineering/Technology and those in the second or higher year of such programs.
    • Holders of five-year integrated master’s degree or dual degree in Engineering / Technology and those in the fourth or higher year of such programs.
    • Holders of Five-year integrated M.Sc. or Five year integrated B.Sc./M.Sc. degree and those in the final year of such programs

Procedure for registration and fees structure:

      • Candidate must apply through online mode only. Registration will start from September, 1, 2015
      • Register yourself by providing a valid Email ID and mobile number along with password.
      • Login ID will be mailed to the candidate. Candidate is required to login and fill the application form. (Fill all the personal particulars, academic details and communication address. Also upload their photograph)
      • The registration fees is INR 750/- for the female, SC/ST/PwD candidates and INR 1500/- for others.
      • Registration fees can be paid via online mode only or through e-Challan. Candidate must notify that fee once paid is nonrefundable.
      • After submission, candidate need to download the form and get it print.

Paper pattern:

The exam mode will be online only. In all papers there will be 65 questions in total which carries 100 marks. There will be two sections i.e.

      1. Multiple choice questions (MCQ): These question will carry 1 or 2 marks in all papers and the questions will be of objective type and have 4 alternative answers and the candidates have to choose only one answer.
      2. Numerical Answer Questions: the question will carry 1 or 2 marks in all papers and sections. The correct answer should be entered by the candidate using the virtual keypad and there will be no choices given.

Important dates:

    1. Online Enrollment: from September 1, 2015
    2. Last Date for Online Application Submission: October 1, 2015
    3. Request for Change in the Choice of City : By November 20, 2015
    4. Download of Admit Card: December 17, 2015 onwards
    5. GATE 2015 Examination: January 30 & 31, 2015 and February 6, 7, 2016
    6. Timings: Forenoon: 9.00 AM to 12.00 Noon, Afternoon: 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM
    7. Result Announcement: March 19, 2016

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MAT 2015: Important Announcement, Check here

Important

Management Aptitude Test (MAT) is the standardized test, approved by the government of India to screen candidates for the admission to MBA. This exam is conducted by the All India Management Association (AIMA). MAT score is valid for the admission to various Management B schools in India. Every year thousands of candidates appeared for this exam for the admission to various top B schools of India. Important notifications for MAT exam 2015 have been announced on the official website. Last date to apply for the exam is 18 August, 2015. Registration fee for the exam will be INR 1200/- Candidate can made payment through credit card, debit card, net banking or Via demand draft or in cash at any nodal centre of AIMA according to his/her convince.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Candidate must be graduate in any discipline
  • Final year student of graduate course can also apply.

Paper pattern:

MAT 2015 exam will consist of total 200 questions carry 1 marks each. The exam will be of 1 hour and 30 minutes. There will be 5 sections in the exam i.e. Language Comprehension, mathematical Skills, data Analysis and Sufficiency, Intelligence and critical reasoning and Indian &Global Environment.

Exam will be of both online and offline mode. Computer based exam is scheduled on September 6 and paper based exam is scheduled on September 12.

Exam Schedule:

Last date to apply: 18 August, 2015

Last date for submission of filled in registration form at nodal centers of AIMA: August 21

Admit cards will be available after August 9

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SSC Combined higher Secondary exam- Result Announced! Check Now

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Staff Selection Commission has successfully conducted combined higher secondary (10+2) level exam in various regions. Test was held for the post of senior scientific assistant, store superintendent, assistant epigraphist (Dravidian inscriptions), senior technical assistant (geophysics), assistant archaeological chemist, technical assistant (mechanical) and technical assistant (electrical). Candidates are selected on the basis of their performance in written test and skill test. Candidate from various part of India have appeared for this exam. Total 71 candidates are successfully cleared the exam.

Since the examination is over now, the commission had completed the process of analyzing the OMR sheets and results are also prepared and published. Finally the wait is over for the candidates who has appeared for the exam and are waiting for the result since a long time. SSC has announced the results on its official website www.ssc.nic.in . Exam cutoff is also available on the website.

Since the competition is increasing day by day, every student works hard for these competition exams. Every candidate is suggested to prepare well from the SSC helping books, SSC Exam preparation books so that he/she can score good result.

Instructions for how to check the results:

  1. Log on the official website www.ssc.nic.in
  2. Find out the result tab and select it.
  3. Click on the result link. It will lend you the result page.
  4. Save and download the result file as PDF format.
  5. Open the file and search your roll number/name.
  6. Check your SSC CHSL result.

All the best for result.

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