Saturday, 31 May 2014

CBSE 12th Results 2014: Top 10 rank holders across India

CBSE 12th results 2014 were declared in three rounds; first CBSE Class 12 results were declared for Chennai and Trivandrum regions on May 26, 2014 then the Ajmer, Bhubaneshwar, Panchkula, Patna, Allahabad and Guwahati region results were declared on May 28, 2014 and finally the results of the remaining two regions of Delhi & Dehradun were declared on May 29, 2014. Now that Central Board of Secondary Education has declared the results of Class 12th exams 2014 for all regions, a comprehensive list of merit holders has been declared although the marks secured by the rank holders have not beeen released.

Top 10 Ranks holders for CBSE 12th Exams 2014:

1. Sarthak Agrawal (M) from Delhi Public School Vasant Kunj, Delhi
   Scored highest marks in: English Core, Economics, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry

2. G Harishankar (M) from Air Force Bal Bharti School, Delhi 

NSIT invites applications for M.Tech programme 2014

Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) has invited applications for admission to its M.Tech programme for the academic session 2014-2015. Aspiring candidates need to register for the written entrance exam on the official website of the institute.
Eligibility Criteria:
Candidates must have passed B.E./B.Tech. degree in Electronics and Communication/Computer/Electronics/ Electrical Engineering/Instrumentation and Control Engineering from the University of Delhi or equivalent from recognised university/institutions.

Or, the candidates must have passed in the A.M.I.E.(India) Exam. with appropriate specialisation/Grad. I.E.T.E.(India) AMIE(London) or any other examination in the concerned branch recognised as equivalent to B.E. degree by the University of Delhi.

Friday, 30 May 2014

JEE (Main+Advanced) MAHAPACK "VIRAAT"( 2 Yr. Programme)

SMP + DPP files + AITS + RPs + Study Material Package (SMP) covering CBSE , Online Part Syllabus Practice Tests,Previous years Test papers in Online Mode (of JEE-Main and Advanced) , Digital Library & video solutions of Most asked doubts in modules/sheets

Study Material Package(SMP) 
  1. Comprehensive Study Material with deep extensive coverage of theory to ensure coverage of syllabus for building a solid foundation and clarity of concepts.
  2. In-theory solved examples to clear application of concept.
  3. Theory followed by Unsolved exercises for CBSE, JEE(Main) & JEE(Advanced) covering all types of questions asked in these exams. Separate exercise of past Year problems with complete solutions.
  4. Hints & Solutions to 40% of the problems asked in exercises.
  5. Advance level problems of high difficulty level (with complete Solutions).

CBSE 12th Results 2014: Around 12,614 Subject wise merit certificates to be awarded

CBSE 12th results 2014 have been declared for all regions as have a list of  highest marks secured in each subject. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) offered a total of 68 subjects at Class 12 level for the examinations conducted in 2014. Each candidate securing the cut off marks of a particular subject will receive a Merit certificate for that particular subject.

Subject wise cut off marks for merit certificate
1. English Elective - Cut off: 97, Number of candidates: 4
2. Hindi Elective - Cut off: 95, Number of candidates: 1248
3. Urdu Elective - Cut off: 98, Number of candidates: 4
4. Sanskrit Elective - Cut off: 98, Number of candidates: 4
5. History - Cut off: 98, Number of candidates: 302
6. Political Science - Cut off: 99, Number of candidates: 180
7. Geography - Cut off: 99, Number of candidates: 252
8. Economics - Cut off: 99, Number of candidates: 500
9. Music Hindi Vocal - Cut off: 100, Number of candidates: 296
10. Music Hindi Instrumental - Cut off: 100, Number of candidates: 29
11. Psychology - Cut off: 100, Number of candidates: 113
12. Sociology - Cut off: 99, Number of candidates: 103
13. Mathematics - Cut off: 100, Number of candidates: 1069
14. Physics - Cut off: 98, Number of candidates: 480
15. Chemistry - Cut off: 100, Number of candidates: 622

Thursday, 29 May 2014

AIIMS MBBS Exam 2014: Tips to crack the exam

All India Institute of Medical Sciences  MBBS entrance test holds the key to the college where all aspiring doctors dream of launching their career.
Pattern of the entrance exam:
The exam question paper comprises of objective- type questions with multiple- choice answers.
Duration of Exam: Three hours and thirty minutes
Number of Questions: 200; Physics: 60, Chemistry: 60, Biology ( Botany and Zoology): 60 and General Knowledge: 20
Marking Scheme: Each correct answer will get one mark each. One mark will be deducted for every three wrong answers

Physics: Heat and Thermodynamics, Waves, Optics, Modern Physics
Chemistry: Ionic Equilibrium, Electrochemistry, Chemical Kinetics, GOC, Carbohydrates, Proteins and Polymers, P Block, Chemical Bonding
Biology: Human Physiology, Plant Physiology, Ecology, Genetics, Organism and population, Living world and biological classification, Organism and population, Biodiversity and conservation

ComedK notifies for B.Arch admissions 2014

ComedK, also known as the Consortium of Medical Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka, Bangalore, has invited applications from eligible candidates for admission to Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) course in its colleges.

Eligibility criteria: 

Candidates must have passed 10+2 examination with mathematics as one of the subjects and scored 50 per cent aggregate (45 per cent for SC/ST/OBC) marks.
Candidates must have passed 10+3 diploma recognised by Central / state government and having obtained 50 per cent marks in aggregate for General Merit Candidates and 45 per cent marks in case of SC, ST and OBC candidates of Karnataka.
A minimum score of 80 out of 200 for all categories of candidates in the National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA) conducted by the Council of Architecture.
There is no relaxation in the minimum passing score of NATA to any category of candidates.

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

CBSE XII Results 2014 declared: Marks and Grades available

CBSE XII results for six regions namely, Ajmer, Bhubaneshwar, Panchkula, Patna, Allahabad, Guwahati, Chennai & Trivandrum regions have been declared online. The candidates can check the results through various modes.
The candidates can view the CBSE XII  results even throughwebsite,  SMS & IVRS system  too.
On inserting the roll number and date of birth, the candidates will receive a 6 column sheet consisting of various slots.  The Roll number, Name of the candidate, Mother's Name and Father's Name is available on top left.
A six column table having subject code, subject name, marks obtained in the theory paper, marks obtained in the practical paper, total marks and grades for each subject are available and can be checked.
Marks: Grades
Marks Range      Grade   
91-100                 A1        
81-90                   A2        
71-80                   B1         
61-70                   B2
51-60                   C1         
41-50                   C2         
33-40                   D           
21-32                   E1          
00-20                   E2            
Abbreviations used against results are mentioned below:
N.E.: Not eligible
R.W.: Result Withheld
R.L.: Result Later
ABST: Absent
COMP: Compartment
UFM: Unfairness
XXXX: Improvement
SJD: Subjudice
For candidates who get compartment, there will be three additional chances available. But those, who have applied in 2012 or before can appear for five times. 
The results for the CBSE 12 result for Delhi and Dehradun regions are to be declared tomorrow i.e. on May 29.

JEE Advanced 2014 Analysis by Resonance

The JEE Advanced 2014 was conducted on May 25, 2014. About 1.5 lakh Engineering aspirants appeared for Joint Entrance Exam JEE Advanced 2014  for admission to prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and ISM Dhanbad.

Here JEE Advanced 2014 Analysis by Resonance

On the paper pattern...
Resonance: This year the paper – I of JEE Advanced 2014 consisted of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with more than one correct choice and Single Integer Questions. Both these varieties are of difficult standard for students. There was no negative marking in paper-I. Paper –II consisted of Single Choice Questions (SCQ), comprehension based questions and match the column type of Questions, which are relatively easy for students. In paper-II, there was negative marking in each question. Overall variety of questions was same as last year’s JEE Advanced paper.

On difficulty level of JEE Advanced…
Resonance: This year the overall level of the paper was tougher than last year’s.

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

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IIT Bhubaneshwar to introduce B.Tech in Metallurgy from 2014

IIT Bhubaneswar (IITBBS) will introduce a new course in its UG curriculum. The institute will launch BTech (metallurgy) from the coming academic year, admission for which will be conducted on the basis of the JEE (advanced) which was held on Sunday.

There will be a total of 20 seats for BTech (metallurgy) this year reported a newspaper daily.
The institute has been offering BTech in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Science. Each of these branches has 40 seats. However, the new course will have 20 seats initially before the IIT expands it to 40 seats in the future, IIT sources said.

For the new metallurgy course, the institute already has required infrastructure and faculty members since it has been offering MTech in the same branch already. IITBBS, at present, has 98 faculty members.
The institute admits students into B. Tech, M. Tech and Ph.D. programs. The classes are held in Bhubaneswar city. The academic session begins in July each year.

JEE Advanced conducted on Sunday, May 25 by IIT Kharagpur  was the gateway for admissions to IITs. The results are expected by the first week of June.


Saturday, 24 May 2014

JEE Advanced 2014- Expert tips for exam day

With just a few days to go for JEE Advanced 2014, aspirants are gearing up for what is the most competitive exam in engineering. JEE Advanced 2014- Expert tips for exam day delves into the last minute preparation strategy to be followed to crack JEE Advanced 2014.

While JEE Main 2014 was only the first barrier to your dream IITs, JEE Advanced 2014 is the final test of years of hard work and preparation.

JEE Advanced 2014- Expert tips for exam day :

1.   On the overall strategy to be followed to crack JEE Advanced
Your selection for ‘JEE Advanced 2014’ shows that you have not deviated from the track. After tremendous dedication and concentration, coupled with hard work for two years, you have finally reached this stage. The whole journey has proved to be productive.
However, from here on, a correct blend of aggression, concentration and killing strategy is what will differentiate you from the crowd. Apart from subject expertise, you require a balanced state of health and mind. Do remember not to allow even a single degree of negativity to creep into your mind. A positive frame of mind can do miracles, but the reverse can prove to be disastrous.

Friday, 23 May 2014

IIIT Bhubaneswar opens admissions to its B.Tech programme 2014

The International Institute of Information and Technology (IIIT), Bhubaneswar has invited applications from eligible candidates for admission to Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) course, commencing in 2014.
Eligibility criteria:
The candidate should have passed his or her class 12th in science stream with at least 60 per cent aggregate marks (45 per cent or more marks in Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry together).
Candidates will be able to take admission to Lateral Entry B.Tech programme as per OJEE 2014. The candidate should also have secured at least 70 per cent or 7.56 CGPA and 75 per cent in Diploma.
Selection process:

JEE Advanced 2014: Last minute tips to score better

JEE Advanced 2014 is all set to be conducted to be on May 25, 2014. The exam is expected to be taken by students who secured a rank in the top 1,50,000 in JEE Main this year. However, according to reports, 2600 aspirants who cleared the exam choose not to register for the exam. 

The exam will be held in two phases - Paper-1 which will be conducted from 9 am to 12 pm and Paper-2 which is scheduled to be conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm. The results of the exam are expected to be out on June 19, 2014.

To help you score better in the exam,some last minute tips that students should adhere to:
  1. If you have good command over 70% of IIT-JEE[JEE-Advanced] syllabus, then you can be sure about your success, provided you convert your knowledge into score during those 6 hours.

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

CBSE Results 2014 for Class 10 : Region wise performance

CBSE 10th results 2014 are out and are available at the official websites after a month long wait.
Around 13.28 lakh students who have appeared for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE ) Class 10 examinations 2014 students can view their results.
Thiruvananthapuram received a cent (100) percent pass percentage from girl candidates and fared the best among the ten regions CBSE is divided in. The total pass percentage of this newly formed region is 99.96.
Chennai stands in the second position with a pass percentage of 99.68 but dropped few notched from 99.80 recorded last year. Te results for both the Chennai and Thiruvananthapuram region was declared a day early i.e May 19 in late evening.
Other regions in the order of their rank and pass percentages are:
Patna                 99.51
Panchkula         99.43
Ajmer                99.40

CBSE 10th Results 2014: Results can be verified till June 11

CBSE Class 10th results for 2014 have been Declared online. The candidates can check their scores on the official website.
According to a notification on the official website, the candidates can get their results verified. The candidates are required to apply for verification of marks in such a manner that their applications reach the respective regional office(s) within 21 days of the declaration of result i.e. by June 11.
The application forms can be downloaded from the official website or can be collected from the concerned regional offices.
The candidates from Delhi region are required to submit the application forms at the National Victor Public School, Institutional Area, IP Extn, Patparganj, Delhi-110092 during the working hours of the school. The candidates are required to pay an amount of Rs 200 per subject in the form of cash, along with the application form. In case of urgency, the candidates are required to pay an amount of Rs 300 per subject.

Monday, 19 May 2014

AIIMS 2014 entrance exam calendar

For medical aspirants, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is the dream destination to launch a career from undergraduate lever or from super specialty. Established as an Institute of national importance, AIIMS continues to teach the art and science of medicine.
To make sure you don't miss out on any important dates, take a look at the AIIMS Entrance Exam Calendar for 2014.

1. AIIMS-PG (MD/MS/M.Ch.(6 yrs.)/MDS) - July, 2014 Session

     Entrance Examination: May 11, 2014
     Result (to be declared): May 15, 2014
     1st Counselling: June 11, 2014
     2nd Counselling: June 19, 2014
     Open Selection: July 26, 2014

Friday, 16 May 2014

Most scoring topics in iit jee advanced

  1. Kinematics– Very simple questions are asked. If you keep thedefinitionsin mind, then all questions will be easy
  2. Newton’s laws of motion– Knowing how to draw afree body diagramwill greatly help in solving almost all problems of this chapter
  3. Simple harmonic motion– Energy conservation method will be useful in findingtime periodin even the most complicated cases ofSHM
  4. First law of thermodynamics– Knowing thestatement of energy conservationwill help you to solve a number ofnumericalsandtheoretical questionsas well
  5. Current Electricity– A good practice ofKirchoff’s lawproblems will help you to score cent percent in this topic
  6. Radioactive decay– Theradioactivity decay formulawill be the most useful tool in solving almost all the problems

Thursday, 15 May 2014

Top 10 Architecture Colleges in India

Architecture is a multi-disciplinary subject which covers various fields, including spatial design, aesthetics, safety management, material management etc.
An architect is a person who has studied the discipline and is trained and licensed to plan, design and oversee the construction of buildings. Be it the tall skyscrapers or your neighborhood buildings, it is all planned and designed by these trained professionals.

If the magnificence of skyscraper or the chicanes of classy hotel beckon you to create your own masterpiece in this ever growing concrete world, then architecture is probably your calling. Here is a list of 'Top 10 Architecture Colleges' in the country to help in your pursuit of your dream!

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

JEE (Advanced) 2014: Study tips for Mathematics

With JEE (Advanced) 2014 just over a month away, it is time engineering aspirants pep-up their preparations for the exam.
The JEE Advanced question paper consists of questions from: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Students may find Mathematics a little overwhelming while preparing for the exam. Here are a few helpful tips for students which will them master the subject. 
Paper pattern:

JEE Advanced 2014: Study tips for Physics

Now that engineering aspirants are through with their JEE (Mains) 2014, it is time for them to buckle up for the next step, i.e JEE Advanced 2014. The exam is going to be held on May 25, 2014.
The JEE (Advanced) question paper consists of questions from: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.
Students may find Physics as a daunting subject and see fear clouding their mind before the exam. So, to help these students we have complied a few helpful tips for which will them prepare for the subject.  
Paper pattern:

JEE Advanced 2014: Study tips for Chemistry

Even though there is still time for the JEE (Mains) 2014 result to be out, students should pep-up their preparations for the JEE (Advance) 2014 in order to score well in the same.
The JEE (Advanced) question paper consists of questions from: Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics. The exam is going to be held on May 25, 2014.
Chemistry can appear to be a daunting subject and students may face some difficulty while preparing for the same. So, to help these students we have complied a few helpful tips for which will them prepare for the subject.  
Paper pattern:
The exam consists of two objective type (MCQ) question papers, designed to test comprehension,

JEE Advanced 2014: Exam centers with centre code

The JEE Advanced 2014 examination is coming up on May 25, 2014. Do you know where to go on the day of the exam? It's important to know the examination center and if possible, visit the exam center as well before the exam so that you save precious time on the date of the exam. All the exam centers have been allotted a Zonal Indian Institute of Technology where they can clarify any doubts.

A print out (hard copy) of the Online Admit Card is to be brought to the exam centre on the date of the examination i.e. May 25, 2014 without which they will not be allowed to appear for the exam. At the examination centre, the candidates will be able to procure the original Admit Card in exchange for the online print out version of the admit card. The candidates are advised to keep the original admit card safely as it will be required at the time of seat allocation and