Sunday, March 30, 2014

IIM Indore 5 Year Integrated Program in Management

Indian Institute of Management Indore has invited applications for admission to its five-year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM) academic batch of 2014-2019. Aspirants will be required attempt a Written Aptitude Test conducted by IIM Indore. Candidates will be short listed for the interview on the basis of the Written Aptitude Test (WAT) scores. The WAT and Personal Interview both will be available at 6 centers: Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore, Kolkata, Mumbai and New Delhi. Last day for application is April 4, 2014.
Integrated Programme in Management (IPM): 121 seats
The IPM course admits students directly after Class 12, giving ample time for the inculcation of management traits. After completing the initial foundation topics and semesters, students have a choice from a variety of specializations: Accounting, Finance, Organizational Behaviour, Decision Science, Operations and Services Management, Marketing, Economics, Information Technology, Communication, Legal Aspects of Business, Ethics, Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, Business Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship.
Age: Maximum age of the candidate should not be above 20 years.
Education: Candidate should have completed Class 12 (or equivalent) with 60 per cent marks aggregate, and have scored 60 per cent aggregate marks in Class 10 exam as well. Aspirants appearing for the Class 12 exam may apply provisionally.


The selection of candidates for the 5 year IPM course will be based on an Aptitude Test (AT) and a Personal Interview (PI). The AT will consist of 100 objective type questions divided into two sections: Quantitative Ability (for 60 per cent weightage) and Verbal Ability (for 40 per cent weightage). Negative marking will be applicable.
How to apply
Download and complete the application form available at the IIM Indore website and send with a demand draft in the amount of the application fees to the IIM Indore Admissions office before April 4, 2014.
Application fees
General: Rs 1,000
SC/ST/DA: Rs 500
Important Dates
  • Last date for receipt of application form: April 4, 2014
  • Aptitude Test: May 15, 2014
  • Personal Interview shortlist available online from: May 26, 2014
  • Personal Interview to be held between: June 3, 2014 and June 6, 2014
  • Announcement of final admission offers: June 16, 2014
  • Last date for acceptance of Admission offer and payment of commitment fee: June 30, 2014
  • Programme Registration: August 1, 2014
Online application form:
Courtesy: INDIA TODAY 

This is a very special program that offers you a Management degree from IIM right after class XII. Its perhaps easier to get into IIMs through this channel. All management aspirants must give it seriously

Wednesday, March 26, 2014


THE NOTICE on JEE MAIN site reads
"The 2nd Joint Engineering Entrance Examination [JEE (Main)] is to be conducted in pen
& paper mode on 6th April 2014. In computer mode, this examination is to be conducted on
9,11,12 & 19th April 2014. The different sets of question papers are used on the different dates of the examination. It is brought to the notice of all stakeholders of this examination that the subject
experts who have prepared these question papers have certified that the entire syllabus of each subject into appropriate number of units and choosing equal number of questions from each unit. Further, in every set, each subject carries the same percentage of easy,medium and difficult questions.This ensures the same difficulty level of each set of question paper for this year 2014 also, as per practice of the Board in the year 2012 & 2013."

My View: As a teacher involved in JEE coaching my experience says that no two papers can't have 100% similar difficulty level. But as we say life never give equal chances so as the JEE. Better pray for good luck on your examination day.

Thursday, March 13, 2014


The admit cards for Joint Entrance Examination (mains) 2014 are finally available now. After a long wait, the JEE (mains) aspirants can now check the admit cards on the official website  .

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

JEE Mains 2014: Class 12 students can apply for new exam slot if exam dates clash

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), set to conduct the JEE Mains 2014 examination, has announced that Class 12 candidates appearing for Board examinations and JEE Mains 2014 computer based exams with clashing dates can be allotted alternative JEE Mains exam dates. Last date for application is March 25, 2014. The option released initially by CBSE in January 2014, with last date of application January 17, 2014 has been brought back upon receiving multiple requests from Class 12 students.
Class 12 candidates with clashing Board exam dates and JEE Mains 2014 computer based exam dates are required to send a copy of their Class 12 admit card with their JEE Main 2014 application number by email to the given JEE Mains email id by March 25, 2014. The application for a new computer based exam date for JEE Mains 2014 should be sent only by email; applications/admit card copies sent by post will not be considered.
Computer based exam dates: 
April 9, 2014
April 11, 2014
April 12, 2014
April 19, 2014
The JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) Mains is used for admission to undergraduate Engineering and Architecture courses. The top 1.5 lakh students will be eligible to attempt the JEE Advanced exam, used for admission to the IITs. Two papers are available under JEE Mains: Paper I for B Tech and Paper II for B Arch. While Paper I is available in online and offline formats, Paper II is available only in pen and paper mode.
Although JEE Mains offers both online and offline based examinations the offline exam format has been more popular. From the total 13.56 lakh candidates having registered for the JEE Mains 2014 exam, only 1.71 lakh candidates have registered for the computer based exam format.
As publishes on India Today website

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Despite CBSE ban, coaching centres continue to run classes in schools

Even as the menace of fake admissions is growing in the city, schools affiliated with the CBSE continue to run the exclusive integrated school programme under the pretext of preparing students of IITs/JEEs as well as board exams despite the board's recent ban.
The programme, which schools run in association with local coaching centres, was banned by the board through its circular dated February 6, 2014, which stated that the arrangement lead to commercialisation of schools.
However, the practice continues to be rampant in many schools in the tricity.Students enrolled under this programme are assigned to separate sections in a school and are taught by teachers from coaching institutes. The latter teach them subjects like physics, chemistry and mathematics from 8 am to12 pm for the CBSE as well as competitive examinations, while subjects like English and physical education continue to be taught by members of the school faculty.
Fiitjee, a coaching centre in Sector 35, is having such an arrangement with Mount Carmel School, Sector 47 for the past several years.
When contacted, the school's principal, Charles Samuel, denied such practices commercialised schools. "I feel this integrated arrangement is far better than the dummy school culture that is prevalent in the city. In the integrated arrangement students don't skip school and yet continue to prepare for entrance exams. The school charges its standard fees while the coaching centre charges the student separately," he said.
However, when asked about theCBSE circular, Samuel said the school cannot go against the board's instructions. "We'll get in touch with the board - if it says the arrangement can't be continued we'll end it," he added.
AK Vidyamandir, a coaching centre in Sector 34, has a similar arrangement with Guru Nanak Public School, Sector 36 (GNPS-36 ) and SGGS Collegiate Public School, Sector-26 (SGGS-26), according to Tarun Sharma, an official at the centre. When contracted, GNPS-36 principal Gurnam Grewal said the school only provided a room to the coaching centre to hold their classes so that students. "This arrangement will be ended from the next session," she said.
SGGS-26 Jot Singh also claimed while the coaching centre had conducted such classes in the past the school no longer had a tieup with it. Another coaching institute, Lakshya, has been promoting its integrated programme at Doon International School, SAS Nagar and Bhavan Vidyalaya, Panchkula.
When contacted, Lakshya's business development officer Ramneesh Pal stated its plan to start the programme in schools were on hold due to the board's recent direction.
Bhavan Vidyalaya school principal Shashi Banarjee, when contacted, said the school had thought of introducing the programme after requests made by parents to ensure "some good coaching within the school premises." "But after the board's recent instructions a decision on the matter has been put on hold. The school will now take the appropriate steps as per the CBSE's affiliation rules," she said.
Official speak….A school cannot allow a private coaching institute to hold classes on the former's premises. If schools continue to do so they are clearly flouting rules. We will stock of the situation soon.-RJ Khanderao, regional director, CBSE

What CBSE says in its circular?
Holding classes of coaching institutions on school premises under the pretext of providing coaching to students for various entrance examinations is not approved by the board. Some schools are running such a programme by calling it an "integrated school programme" to teach the CBSE syllabus as well as help prepare students for various entrance examinations, thereby misleading the students and their parents. The premises of CBSE affiliated schools should not be used for any commercial activity. Every school should devote a minimum number of periods for teaching various subjects as per the syllabi and course prescribed by the board. No coaching or parallel classes that affect a school's regular timetable or diverts the focus of students from regular course of study should be held in the school.
Source: HT

Monday, March 10, 2014


Downloading of admit cards for CBSE Joint Entrance Examination (JEE ) Main 2014  is postponed to March 12, 2014 according to the official website
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi had earlier issued a notice for the aspirants this year to download the admit card from the official website of JEE Main ( on March 10.
Candidates who have successfully submitted their application forms attaining a "Received" status on the website, can download their admit cards. Candidates are advised to verify their signature, photo and other details on the admit card and email at in case of any error with the admit card.
CBSE JEE Main 2014 offline examination will start on April, 06 and computer-based online examination will take place through 09, 11, 12 and April 19, 2014. JEE Main 2014 examination is conducted for admission to undergraduate Engineering programmes in NITs, IIITs and other Centrally Funded Technical Institutions etc.
Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Mains 2014 candidates will be required to submit a hard copy of their Class 12 qualifying mark sheet or admit card for the candidates writing board exams this year, on the day of the exam, to the invigilator at the exam centre before the beginning of the exam.
The JEE is conducted in two phases, namely Mains and Advanced.
JEE Mains score is used for admissions to undergraduate engineering programmes in NITs, IIITs and other centrally funded technical institutions in India and other participating Institutions. The merit/rank list shall be prepared based on 40% weightage to school boards' marks in class 12th or equivalent examination and 60% weightage to JEE(Main).

Friday, March 07, 2014

CBSE paper leaked, re-exam in Manipur

The notice on CBSE Site
"Due to administrative reasons, it has been decided to cancel the examination in
Physics for All India Senior School Certificate Examination, 2014 held in the centres situated
in the State of Manipur.
 It has been decided to conduct re-examination of Physics in respect of all the centres
of Manipur.
 The re- examination of Physics (042) for above centres would now be held on
Wednesday, the 2nd
 April, 2014 from 10:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m.
 All the concerned stakeholder are requested to kindly make note of the revised date of
re-examination of Physics. "

Well this is only the cover up ideally it should happen all over India. How can we believe that in age of FB and whatsapp its only manipur limited?

Thursday, March 06, 2014

CBSE PHYSICS Re-Examination Likely after alleged leekage is proved

The three sets of Physics question paper, which were uploaded on Hueiyen Lanpao's website as "leaked out" question paper for today's All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (AISSCE)-2014 conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), have all turned out to be the exact question paper for the examination, thus clearing the doubts over this leakage.

The Physics paper of AISSCE carries a total of 100 marks including 30 marks for practical.

It was reported that the "leaked" question paper for Physics was sold for Rs.3000 to 5000 in the State.

The question papers were found available two/three days ahead of the examination.

The "leaked" question papers were also uploaded on social networking sites and popular web portals for the public to ascertain the fact.

Many responses came within few hours of the upload.

Most people decried the leakage while few of them considered the question papers to be fake.

As the examination for Physics paper was also held at various examination centres in the State, many students including their parents rang up the office of Hueiyen Lanpao confirming the "question leakage" .

One person from Guwahati, who had seen the "leaked" question papers on Facebook, said that all three sets of Physics question paper came in the examination.

Some people claiming to be Imphal-based officials of CBSE came to Hueiyen Lanpao office asking for the original hard copies of the "leaked" Physics question paper.

But, their request was not entertained.

Another student called up the Hueiyen Lanpao office asking whether the question paper for Chemistry was available, and requested to upload the same if available like in the case of Physics.

When Hueiyen Lanpao contacted the CBSE officials in New Delhi on telephone, a lady replied that nothing could be said at the moment as the matter was being discussed by a high level committee of the CBSE.

Any development in the case would be uploaded on CBSE's websites, and However, both websites of CBSE remained inaccessible till the time of filing this report.

Unfortunately, the website of Hueiyen Lanapao "" also crashed possibly due to huge internet traffic in the aftermath of the expose.

However, engineers have been put into tasks to fix the problem.

Many students' bodies and other organizations have started condemning the 'leakage' and demanded the authorities concerned to look into the scam and conduct reexamination at the earliest.

They also urged the authorities to bust the question racketeers and ensure proper conduct of CBSE examinations in the State.