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Thursday, March 21, 2013

RPET 2013: ONLINE APPLICATION STARTS FROM TODAY

The Board of Technical Education Rajasthan, Jodhpur conducts Rajasthan Pre Engineering Test for admission in engineering colleges of Rajasthan state. This examination conducts by Board of Technical Education Rajasthan(BTER), Jodhpur every year.
This RPET examination will be conducted on 23rd May 2013 (Thursday) at various cities in Rajasthan for centers list read RPET 2013 notification. Online Application for this examination started from March 21, 2013 eligible candidate can apply for RPET 2013 through official website of RPET.
Academic Qualification : Candidate should be passed seniot higher secondary with atleast 45% marks and 40% for SC/ST/OBC,SBC(non creamy layer) or appear in 12th class.
For details check official rpet websites
www.rpetexam.com
www.rpetexam.org

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

IIIT HYDERABAD 2013 ADMISSIONS UPDATE

IIIT HYDERABAD TO CONTINUE TAKING STUDENTS ON JEE MAIN(AIEEE) SCORE
In a recent update on their website institute has informed that For admisison to 4 year CSE & ECE programmes, applications will be available online from 1st April 2013

Eligibility and application process to be announced

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Thinking BITSAT: How to get into BITS

How to get into BITS

From BITS Pilani, Goa, Goa
(This article appeared on AOL website by a BITS Goa student. It is being copied here to help you as I felt its a nice written article about BITS admissions.)

BITS Pilani is ranked the best private engineering college institution in India. And yes, it is better than the new IITs, at least, that is what we BITSians like to believe. And if you ask them, they will tell you that it is the best place to be in. And no, I am not talking about the mother campus only. I am speaking for all three campuses when I say this. BITSAT is something which gets you into one of the three campuses- Pilani, Goa or Hyderabad. BITS Dubai looks only at your class 12th grade sheet, so if you are planning on going there, give your Board exams seriously. Not that you can get into the Indian campuses without your Board marks. BITS require a minimum total of 75% in your class 12 PCM marks. So in any case, your class 12 marks are important.


Once you've achieved that, the next hurdle is BITSAT itself. It is also the last. This year it starts on 14 May. If you have gone through the cut-offs, you will find that you have to get in excess of 320 to get one of the most sought after branches at Pilani, the college that everyone dreams of. That means you have to get at least 106 questions correct out of the 150 that appear in the test. Since you can do some wrong, and there is negative marking, you should answer 120 questions correctly to be on the safe side. Only if you do that can you safely say that you truly cracked BITSAT. Otherwise you can opt for Goa or Hyderabad.


Now something about the test. It is an online test, so if you are not accustomed to giving quizzes online, or using your mind while looking at a computer screen, better try giving some sample papers on your PCs just to get a hang of it. It is not advisable that BITSAT is the first test that you ever give on a computer. The test had 45 questions from Mathematics, 40 each from Physics and Chemistry, 15 from logical reasoning and 10 from English, as of last year. Since all of them carry equal marks, you should answer the section you are most comfortable with first, then go on to the tougher ones.


As far as preparing for the test goes, you can't be selective in the topics you cover. Try covering the whole syllabus. Students have a general tendency to skip the portions which are not included in the JEE or AIEEE syllabus when they study for BITSAT. Don't commit this mistake. All topics mentioned in the syllabus are equally important. You do get free time after JEE and AIEEE which you can utilize to cover these topics, if you haven't gone through them earlier. Reasoning is one such topic which is asked in BITSAT. Make sure you have at least your basics right as far as reasoning goes, it can really boost your score if you do it right.
Avoid making wild guesses. Don't be driven by the motivation that you have to attempt the 12 bonus questions, come what may. Vidurath, a Mechanical Engineering second year student at Goa says, "I answered all the questions, even the bonus ones. And I got many more questions wrong than right among the ones I just guessed. That lowered my score." So, don't answer the bonus questions just for the sake of answering them. Answering the 150 alone properly can make you emerge victorious.


The interface of the test is usually user friendly. You can go back and forth among the questions, you can mark questions for reviewing later and you can also see number of questions you have not attempted. And no, you don't have to do mental calculations- you are given a rough notepad for working out the problems. And when you end the test, you are told your BITSAT score. You get a fairly decent idea of where you are going to end up, if you have the past year cut-offs in your mind.


Once you get a decent score, you wait for the iterations, which are usually three in number. You may slide up to a higher preference in subsequent iterations, you may not. Some who don't get any allotment in the first instance may get lucky the next time. Don't be disappointed if you end up with a dual degree. It's an actual engineer's degree that you get after completion of your course, contrary to the notion most of you might have. That is because all dualities are allotted a core engineering branch at the end of their first year based on their CGPA.
That is all. You are now ready for college life.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

IISc BS ADMISSIONS 2013

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE

Admission to the B.S. Programme - 2013

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore offers admission to its four-year Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Programme in 2013. Students who will appear for the 12th standard board examination (or equivalent) in 2013 and those who have passed this examination in 2012 are eligible to apply for admission to this Programme. Details of eligibility criteria and the selection process are provided at the "How to apply" page. On-line applications will be received at this web site via the "Online Application" link during February 1 - April 30, 2013.
To apply for admission to the Undergraduate Programme in the 2013-14 session, eligible candidates should complete the following tasks:
Filling the Application Form (available only online): The online application may be prepared and submitted by accessing the IISc website http://www.iisc.ernet.in/ug with effect from 01.02.2013. The online application must be submitted on or before30.04.2013. The application fee is Rs. 400/- for GN/OBC/KM candidates and Rs. 200/- for SC/ST/PH categories.
Payment of the Application Fee: Mode of payment options available are: (1) Online Payment - Net-banking, Visa Card/ Master Card, Debit/Credit Cards. (2) Offline Payment - SBI/Canara Bank branches accept Challan payment across the country. The bank service charge is extra (to be borne by the applicants).
Selection Process: 
ƒ Selection for admission will be based on the Following Exams: 
1. KVPY: KVPY-SA [appeared in 2011, and selected for the Fellowship] 
KVPY-SB [appeared in 2012, and selected for the Fellowship] 
 KVPY-SX [appeared in 2012, and selected for the Fellowship] 
2. IIT-JEE-Main: Appearing in 2013 and securing a minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBCNCL), And 30% (SC/ST/PH).
3. IIT-JEE-Advanced: Appearing in 2013 and securing a minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBCNCL), 30% (SC/ST/PH). 
4. NEET-UG: Appearing in 2013 and getting selected in the main merit list

NMAT 2013 NOTIFICATION: NMIMS


NMIMS’s Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering
Programmes: B.Tech. & MBA. (Tech) (Batch 2013)

The admissions will be based on performance in NMAT 2013.Online regisration has started fot this and will continue till 25 April. Exam will be held on 12 May, Sunday.
For further details see the link
http://oamslive.blueshiftindia.com/MPSTME/Handout.pdf
Structure of the Test –NMAT (UG) 2013
The NMAT (UG) 2013 for would be an objective type multiple-choice test. (There will be 
no descriptive type of questions).
The NMAT (UG) 2013 will comprise of 3 major parts as follows:


SectionSubjectNumber of QuestionsTime
1Proficiency in English Language50Composite Time of 120 Minutes for all test together
2Quantitative & Numerical Ability50
3Reasoning & General Intelligence50
Note: For each Question for which a wrong answer is marked, 1/4th of the marks allotted to that question will be deducted as penalty.


Monday, March 11, 2013

UPDATE ROLL NUMBER OF 12 BOARD EXAM ON JEE MAIN WEBSITE: Last Date extended to 25 APRIL


IMPORTANT TO ALL 12 APPEARING STUDENTS

All the aspirants and registered candidates of JEE(Main)-2013 are informed to log on the
and fill up their roll nos. of class 12th /qualifying examination. The
candidates who have wrongly entered the name of the board or wrongly entered the roll nos. may
also correct it now. The facility will be available till 12.00 midnight on 20.03.2013.

THIS HAS NOW BEEN EXTENDED TO 25/4/2012