Friday, May 30, 2014


 In the Class XII CBSE results declared on Thursday, the number of students who scored 95% and above is 8,971, up by nearly 3,000, and the number of 90% and above scorers reached an all-time high of 59,591, up by nearly 15,000.While 6.16% of the students who cleared the exam scored 90% and above-up from 5.03% in 2013-nearly 1% of those who qualified scored 95%. In all, 59,591 students scored 90% and above, crossing the 50,000 marks for the first time in the history of the Board results. Apart from English and mathematics, 500 students scored 99 marks and above in economics, while 622 scored 100 marks in chemistry. In biology, 791 students scored 99 marks and above, while 480 students scored 98 marks and above in physics.

With the number of students scoring high and mostly in science.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Sunday, May 25, 2014


The solutions of Paper 1 are now available on my institute website
Now solutions of Paper 2 are also available.


Well overall compared to last year the paper seems to be tougher for students. I expect cutoff and ranks marks equations to come down from last year. Since 50% questions of Paper-1 were More than one option correct, the no negative marking factor won't help student's cause.The paper-2 had lengthy calculations.
Chemistry is easiest to score in paper-2 but not so in paper-1.Maths was as always the pick of the subjects.

Paper-1:  It had all regular sort of questions but yes many questions were originally framed. Integers were comparatively more scoring than the more than one option.
Paper-2: The first section of single correct questions was easy to score but involved lengthy calculations.
The one out of two part of all three comprehension questions were tricky and not easy to score. The matching types were very well designed concept testing questions.

Reaction of Topper Students
“Paper-I was tough. Chemistry was difficult. Paper 2 was comparatively easier. The weightage given to physical chemistry was comparatively lesser this year,” said V Pramod who had scored 355 out of 360 in the all-India JEE Main.

Finally I feel the cutoff(called for counselling not merit list as that is already declared by IITs) to come down by at least 10 marks to around 140-145 zone this year.

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Saturday, May 24, 2014


All the best for JEE ADVANCED.
Check this space for solutions.
Expect solutions of PAPER-1 by 5 pm and PAPER-2 by 7 pm.
Rank predictor by late night.

Well for analysis visit this post

Before releasing my own Rank Predictor for JEE 2014 I am sharing the actual data for last year.

Marks              -                   Rank
332                                            1
245                                         400
224                                         874
209                                       1488
195                                        2335
183                                        3374
175                                        4252
160                                        6696
149                                         8916

The prediction from FIIT JEE for JEE ADVANCED 2014 are given below
Marks                                      Rank
160                                         8626
180                                        5228
200                                        2700           (Resonance says 2001-2500)
220                                       1324               
240                                        375              (Resonance says 501-1000)
260                                        134
280                                        55                (Resonance says 101-200)
300                                        14

I Agree for predictions on marks 240 and above by FIITJEE but for lower than that its looks unrealistic I expect much better ranks for 200 odd score than that.
Also by comparing to actual data of last year you yourself can judge how scientific these rank predictors from such famed institutes are.

I'll advice not to waste time searching for Predictors as in the case of exit polls in our country all such are pure guesses without any rationality.

Now as per my information one of the student has claimed to be getting 327 from an institute from Kota. Same institute claims four students getting 300 plus marks.

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Thursday, May 22, 2014


Good luck to all dear students appearing for the test,
Remember these six hours are really critical for your career, Try to make use of them in the most productive manner possible.

"I Can , I Will"
That should be your motto.

Keep watching this space for fastest solutions of the paper, analysis and Rank predictor.

Monday, May 19, 2014


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be declaring the Class X results for Panchkula region, including Haryana, Union Territory of Chandigarh, Punjab, Jammu &Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh at 4 p.m. May 20.
According the CBSE officials, the Board has declared the Class X results for Chennai and Thiruvananthapuram regions on Monday, while results for rest of the regions (six) will be declared on Tuesday.

Class XII results are likely to be declared on May 26.

Friday, May 16, 2014


Admissions to Undergraduate Programmes will be through the following modes:
1. JEE (Main) Mode:
 The applicant must be appearing for JEE (Main) 2014 conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education
 The applicant must have secured at least 60% aggregate marks in Class 10th
 The applicant must have secured at least 60% aggregate marks in class 12th
The applicant must have secured aggregate 60% in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in class 12th
The LNMIIT will draw a merit list only on the basis of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics marks in JEE (Main) 2014 of only those applicants who apply to LNMIIT for admission and fulfill the eligibility criteria. The admission will be based on this merit list
2. Direct Admission
Only for the students of Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE)
Boys with top 10 ranks and girls with top 20 ranks in the senior secondary exam (class 12th) conducted by the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE).

Last date of submission of application form through JEE (Main) mode- 06 June 2014


Admissions 2014 - Important Dates 

Filling of online Application Forms* commences onOpen Now
On-line application* closes on16-Jun-2014
Announcement of First Merit ListTBD
Commencement of session21-Jul-2014
Selection Process
Admission to the above programs will be based on the All India Rank of Joint Entrance Examination 2014 (JEE-2014) Main, which is conducted by CBSE. Therefore, candidates who are appearing for JEE 2014 Main can only apply for these programs

The short-listed candidates, based on the All India Ranking of JEE 2014, will be will be offered admission (confirmed/ waitlisted) in order of their merit (based on the All India Ranking of JEE 2014).
Number of Seats
The intakes of the Programs are as under:
  • B.Tech (Information and Communication Technology (ICT) – 240
  • B.Tech (Honours in ICT with minor in Computational Science) - 60

Gujarat Category: For 2013 admissions, 50% of seats were reserved for Gujarat Category Applicants.  These seats were filled in through the Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC). The Government is yet to advise on 2014 admissions. We shall announce the admission process for Gujarat Category as soon as we hear from the Government.

All India Category: The remaining fifty per cent will be filled in directly by DA-IICT.


Online Application Form filling is in process now,Last date for submission of duly filled online application form is 10th June 2014,
Details of the B.Tech programmes and intake for First Year are as under.
Name of Programme
Total Intake (Seats)
35% Seats
(All India Category)
15% Seats (NRI/NRI Sponsored Category)
50% Seats (ACPC)
Chemical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Civil Engineering
Electronics & Communications
Electrical Engineering
Information Technology
Instrumentation & Control Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
For details and online admission process, visit our website

It will consider AIR of JEE MAIN for ALL India Category with certain minimum percentile of marks in 10+2,
For details visit the institute's website.

Thursday, May 08, 2014


 The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education will declare the result of class XII science and commerce examination on Thursday at 5pm. State education minister Kalicharan Saraf will release the result from Radha Krishan Shiskha Sankul of Jaipur.

The result will be available on different websites and also on IVRS system. This year about 1,83,584 students were registered for class XII science and 84,244 for commerce examinations.

Ajay Kumar Shukla, secretary, RBSE, said the copy of the marksheets of both the exams will be available on the division headquarters from Friday. "Students can apply to get the photocopy of their answer sheets till May 19," said Shukla.

Sunday, May 04, 2014

AIPMT 2014 Solutions and Answer Key

AIPMT 2014 answer key and solutions will be uploaded after the exam gets over today.
Keep watching this space for updates.
The answer keys of all subjects now available on

The verdict is:
Physics: Had calculations more which is tougher for medical aspirants. Paper was consisting of questions which you find in all books. Many questions were like student can easily recall and tick.
Chemistry: Easiest for toppers should take much less time. One question was doubtful which had no correct options.
Biology: Was tough from last year. Question exceeded the NCERT bound limits. Emphasis was on biotechnology.

Overall it was alight tougher from last year.


Well everyone wants to know what was the top score in the JEE MAIN examination. Even most of newspapers couldn't find the correct data as visible even from headlines on front page of "Dainik Bhaskar".
Here I bring to you some of the figures I have collected.

1. Marks 355-  Pramod Vakacharla, Andhra Pradesh
2. Marks 350-Mohammad Akram Khan, also from Andhra Pradesh and Krishlay Raj from                                    Jharkhand 
3. Marks 345- many students have got this score some of them are Poosa Nihal, K.V.V. Satish, G.K. Chaitanya, Bavineni Eswar and K. Jayachandra,K Vinod Reddy  All from Andhra, Hardik Verma from Chandigarh and many more.

Saturday, May 03, 2014


Cut-off BITSAT scores
The cut-off BITSAT scores for admissions to I Semester 2013-14 to different programmes are given below. This is given here for information on the request of many candidates. Candidates should note that the cut-off scores vary from year to year.
Degree programme at Pilani CampusCut-off BITSAT-2013 score
B.E.(Hons.): Chemical309
B.E.(Hons.): Civil308
B.E.(Hons.): Electrical & Electronics343
B.E.(Hons.): Mechanical337
B.E.(Hons.): Manufacturing300
B.E.(Hons.): Computer Science354
B.E.(Hons.): Electronics & Instrumentation332
M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences284
M.Sc.(Hons.): Chemistry295
M.Sc.(Hons.): Economics308
M.Sc.(Hons.): Mathematics304
M.Sc.(Hons.): Physics303
Degree programme at Goa CampusCut-off BITSAT-2013 score
B.E.(Hons.): Chemical279
B.E.(Hons.): Electrical and Electronics305
B.E.(Hons.): Mechanical300
B.E.(Hons.): Computer Science323
B.E.(Hons.): Electronics & Instrumentation291
M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences268
M.Sc.(Hons.): Chemistry273
M.Sc.(Hons.): Economics282
M.Sc.(Hons.): Mathematics279
M.Sc.(Hons.): Physics279
Degree programme at Hyderabad CampusCut-off BITSAT-2013 score
B.E.(Hons.): Chemical280
B.E.(Hons.): Civil290
B.E.(Hons.): Electrical and Electronics300
B.E.(Hons.): Mechanical299
B.E.(Hons.): Computer Science316
B.E.(Hons.): Electronics & Communication308
B.E.(Hons.): Electronics & Instrumentation295
B.E.(Hons.): Manufacturing277
M.Sc.(Hons.): Biological Sciences266
M.Sc.(Hons.): Chemistry272
M.Sc.(Hons.): Economics282
M.Sc.(Hons.): Mathematics276
M.Sc.(Hons.): Physics276


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JEE cutoff for IIT entrance: 32%

 Nearly 1.54 lakh aspiring engineers who scored 32 per cent in this year’s Joint Entrance Examination (Main) were today declared eligible for the entrance exam to the Indian Institutes of Technology.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) brought out the merit list for the JEE Main. Those who scored 115 out of the full marks of 360 have made it to the list of candidates eligible to take the JEE Advanced on May 25.
Clearing that test will pave the way for admission to the 16 IITs and the Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.
CBSE chairperson Vineet Joshi said the results were announced after examining candidate feedback on the questions and answer keys.
The board had put out the answer keys on Monday. Hundreds of students have complained alleging mistakes in the questions or answer keys.
“All the questions and answers have been verified. We will again put the final answer keys on our website,” Joshi said.
The CBSE will bring out another merit list by combining the JEE Main and the board results of the candidates. Those who find a place on that list will be eligible for admission to the National Institutes of Technology and the Indian Institutes of Information Technology.
The IITs do not admit candidates on the basis of the JEE Main alone. They consider the JEE Main as the first filter to identify candidates for the JEE Advanced.
The candidates selected through the JEE Main have to register next week for the May 25 JEE Advanced. The results will be declared on June 19.
The Union human resource development ministry plans to ask the IITs to drop the JEE Advanced from 2015 and admit students through the JEE Main alone. But IIT teachers may oppose any such move.
Nearly 13 lakh candidates took the JEE Main last month. The paper had 90 questions carrying a total of 360 marks. For each wrong answer, a candidate gets one negative mark.
The CBSE released the answer keys on April 28 and asked candidates to submit their feedback within a day. Only candidates can challenge the answers, that too for a fee of Rs 1,000. The high fee has annoyed many students.
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Odisha will admit students to their engineering colleges, both private and government-run, on the basis of the JEE Main results. Gujarat, Haryana and Uttarakhand adopted the JEE Main last year. Bengal is likely to adopt it from 2015-16.
This means there will be no state-level JEE in these states. Candidates seeking admission to the 285 engineering colleges in Madhya Pradesh, 729 in Maharashtra, 199 in Odisha and about 300 colleges in Gujarat, Haryana and Uttarakhand would take the JEE Main. The CBSE will publish a national merit list and state-specific merit lists.
Till recently, states conducted their own JEEs for admission to government and private engineering colleges. But the Centre wants all the states to adopt the JEE Main.

Friday, May 02, 2014


The score is now available on website.Highest marks I heard is 355.
The cutoff are
Cut-off score for appearing in  JEE (Advanced) – 2014 for following categories*–
Cut-off Score
Common Merit List (CML)
Other Backward Class (OBC - NCL)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)