Friday, June 27, 2014

JEE MAIN Result : Wait seems to be getting longer

Wait of nearly 12.5 lakh engineering aspirants from across India who appeared for the national test JEE (main) in April 2014 doesn't seem to be over. On Thursday, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the competent authority which conducted the national level test for engineering, extended the deadline for Std XII marks' confirmation from June 27 to 30, fuelling speculations of delay in the announcement of rankings.
Interestingly, CBSE has not yet announced the date of the release of all-India rankings. However, according to sources, it was slated to be released on July 7.
A circular put up on the JEE (main) website on Thursday attributes the delay to the state boards who failed to submit their data on time, which has pushed the deadline of confirmation of marks by candidates, an online procedure mandatory for all aspirants. The JEE (main) ranks will be used by central institutes (NITs and IIITs) and other prestigious ones across India.
The notice doesn't name the slow-paced states. However, according to sources, half a dozen boards submitted the data only on Wednesday and Sikkim and Haryana are yet to do the same.
The development is stressing out the aspirants even more as private varsities started their admission process in mid-May and would be winding up even the management quota in the next few days.
"I don't know where I rank in the country and if I will get National Institute of Technology or not," said a candidate, who has already secured a seat in SRM University but plans to leave it if he get a seat in any of the 28 prestigious NITs.
Private varsities full
Most of the private varsities — BITS, VIT, SRM and Manipal — have already conducted their admissions and most of their seats are filled. A candidate said, "Last year, admission in top 10 NITs closed approximately at 15,000. Since we are clueless about our ranks, most of us have secured a seat in a private varsity." CBSE chairman Vineet Joshi was unavailable for comment.


Monday, June 23, 2014

JEE MARKS vs Ranks Variation

Courtesy: Giiri@IISC

JEE ADVANCED 2014 Cut Off marks for Councelling

The JEE Advanced 2014 cut offs used to determine candidates qualifying JEE Advanced 2014 entrance exam have been declared. The cut offs have been declared for each category and the Common Merit List.
Only candidates scoring marks above the qualifying marks for their respected category will be able to participate in the admission counselling process.
Cut-off marks:
1. Common Merit List (CML) candidates: 152 marks
2. OBC (NCL) candidates: 117 marks
3. SC candidates: 74 marks
4. ST candidates: 63 marks
5. PwD candidates: 63 marks
6. Preparatory candidates: 53 marks
JEE Advanced results 2014 were declared recently with approximately 21 per cent of the candidates passing the exam. Around 1.26 lakh candidates registered for the JEE Advanced 2014 examination with a total of 27,151 candidates passing the examination.
From the 27,151 candidates qualifying the exam, 19,416 candidates are from the common merit list, 6,000 candidates are on the OBC (NCL) merit list, 4,400 candidates are on the SC merit list and 1,250 candidates are on the ST merit list. Those candidates who did not submit their category certificates by May 31 have been counted in the Common Merit List.
Chitrang Murdia of Rajasthan topped the JEE Advanced 2014 exam by securing 334 marks from the 360 maximum marks, an increase from the JEE Advanced 2013 topper who had secured 332 marks.
Among girls, Aditi from the IIT Roorkee zone has secured the seventh rank.
The JEE Advanced 2014 exam, held on May 25, consisted of two papers each with three sections: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The questions were in the form of objective-type multiple choice questions and each paper had to be completed within three hours duration.
A total of 9,784 seats are available across the various Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and ISM Dhanbad.

Sunday, June 22, 2014


Our Team with our JEE ADVANCED SELECTED students. Many Many Congratulations to them!!!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

JEE ADVANCED RESULTS DECLARED: Chitrang from Rajasthan tops the exam

The results of Joint Entrance Exam (JEE advanced) for admission to 16 Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad was announced on Thursday.
Chitraang Murdia is the topper of JEE (Advanced) – 2014 who belongs to  Rajasthan under IIT Delhi zone. He has secured 334 out of a total of 360 marks. Aditi from IIT Roorkee zone is the topper amongst female candidates securing an All India Rank of of 7. There are five female candidates amongst the top 100 rankers.
A total of 27,151 candidates out of 1,26,997 registered, have qualified the examination with 19,416 in common merit list,---6000 in OBC (NCL), 4400 SC and 1250 ST merit lists. A total of 243 candidates who are persons with disability (PWD) have qualified the examination.
Compared to 2013,--3500 more  candidates have qualified  with an increase of qualified candidates in all categories. The joint  implementation committee of JEE (Advanced) – 2014 has decided to allow twice the number in each  category to fill choices for various undergraduate courses in IITs and ism. The choice filling portal will be  operative from June 20 till June 24.

There are a total of 9,784 seats and around 19,000 have been shortlisted.

Source: HT

Wednesday, June 18, 2014


With the results of JEE ADVANCED expected to be out at any time now I again wish all the aspirants BEST OF LUCK.
After the declaration of results comes the task of choosing the college and course which is sometime a very stressful exercise for many students and guardians.To help you in making this decision I will be there to hep you in the way I can. Feel free to post your queries regarding JEE ADVANCED COUNSELLING here.
I will be more than happy to help.

Friday, June 06, 2014

BITSAT: Again significant increase in 350+Scores

                          BITSAT-2011      BITSAT-2012          BITSAT-2013            BITSAT-2014
BITSAT score Analysis:  
    No of Candidates with score
 >= 400:                   70                           46                         162                           256
 >= 350:                  761                         706                        1316                        1926
 >= 300:                 3997                         4119                       5860                        7171
 >= 250:                13326                      13984                     17044                      19341
 >= 225:                 20339                      21805                     25617                       28720

Thursday, June 05, 2014

OMG!!!! MBBS-in-Tamil-Nadu-colleges-to-cost-up-to-Rs-1-crore

 Getting a medical degree can leave your finances in a critical condition — private medical universities and colleges in Tamil Nadu have raised their tuition fees for MBBS admissions this year. A student starting MBBS this year will have to pay an average of up to Rs 1crore — Rs 35 lakh to Rs 50 lakh as tuition fee and up to Rs 50 lakh in cash as capitation fee.

Sri Ramachandra Medical University, Chennai, has announced that its annual tuition fee for MBBS is Rs 9lakh per year and SRM University will charge Rs 7 lakh a year. In other colleges, the fee is between Rs 3 lakh and Rs 5 lakh. But this does not include charges for library, laboratory, mess or hostel.

"I have been told that I will have to pay at least Rs 50 lakh as tuition fee for the five years. There are other expenses such as fees for seminars and books," said Ramesh Kumar, who secured 98.7% in Class 12. If he manages to get a seat in a government medical college, the tuition fee would be Rs 11,500 a year but he said he's unlikely to get a seat there because of the 69% caste-based reservation system followed in Tamil Nadu.

"Most private colleges ask for Rs 40 lakh as capitation fee. I will be the first-generation doctor in my family, but I am not sure we can afford it," he said. After doing some maths, his mother Kalyani R, a banker, asked him to opt for an engineering course which will cost them far less. The family will have to spend close to Rs 1 crore for an MBBS degree and Ramesh will start at a salary of Rs 20,000 to Rs 30,000 in a private hospital.

Every year, as per a Supreme Court order, a committee appointed by the state government reviews the tuition fee charged by private colleges affiliated to the state medical university. Committee members say they can only review tuition fee and not other charges. Also, deemed universities are out of their purview.

In the last five years, tuition fee alone has increased by 25% in most private medical colleges. The rise is steeper in deemed universities. A former health secretary, on condition of anonymity, said letters were sent to the government urging it to bring deemed universities under the purview of the committee, but no action was taken.

Officials in the health department said they have not been able to control the rise in fee because the overheads for running a medical college are extremely high. Students' associations said high fee structure not only increases cost of healthcare, but leads to young doctors adopting unethical practices. Dr G R Ravindranth of Doctors' Association for Social Equality, said, "Young doctors end up prescribing needless medication and tests to earn more money," he said.


RPMT: गड़बड़झाले से बच्चों का भविस्य दाँव पर

राजस्थान मेडिकल यूनिवर्सिटी की ओर से अधूरे संसाधनों और आनन फानन में पहली बार ऑनलाइन कराई आरपीएमटी परीक्षा विद्यार्थियों के लिए आफत बन गई है। आन्सर की में 59 सवालों के उत्तर गलत देने के बदले छात्रों को मंगलवार शाम दिए बोनस अंकों में भारी घालमेल सामने आया है। 28, 29 और 30 मई को हुई परीक्षा में 44,000 छात्र बैठे थे, जिनके लिए पूरे कंप्यूटर न होने के बावजूद परीक्षा ऑनलाइन कराई गई।

इससे परीक्षा 6 बैच में हुई और हर बार अलग पेपर आया। कभी कठिन, कभी आसान। 29 मई के स्लॉट एक में आयोजित इस बैच की परीक्षा में शामिल अभ्यर्थियों को प्रति प्रश्न चार अंकों के हिसाब से एकमुश्त 76 अंक मुफ्त में मिल गए। 28 मई को स्लॉट एक में आयोजित बैच के अभ्यर्थियों को बोनस अंक के रूप में मात्र 16 ही अंक ही मिले हैं। 

विद्यार्थियों और अभिभावकों का तर्क है कि बोनस अंकों का प्रावधान एक ही बैच में आयोजित परीक्षा में होना चाहिए। अलग-अलग में होने की स्थिति में गलत प्रश्नों को निकालकर शेष प्रश्नों में प्राप्त किए अंकों के आधार पर नंबर दिए जाने चाहिए, न कि एकमुश्त। इस बारे में अभ्यर्थी यूनिवर्सिटी से संपर्क करते रहे, लेकिन कोई संतोषजनक जवाब नहीं मिला। 

विश्वसनीयता पर इसलिए बड़े सवाल 

कंप्यूटर पूरे न होने के कारण परीक्षा 6 बैच में हुई, जिससे स्केलिंग फॉर्मूला अपनाना पड़ा
स्केलिंग फॉर्मूला भी वही अपनया जो पहले से ही विवादों में है। 
यूनिवर्सिटी ने फॉर्मूले के संबंध में भी पूरी पारदर्शिता नहीं बरती। 
एआईपीएमटी जैसी परीक्षा में ओएमआरशीट दी गई, लेकिन इसमें नहीं दी गई। 
बोनस अंकों में असमानता से परीक्षा सवालों के घेरे में। 
प्रदेश भर के हजारों विद्यार्थियों एवं अभिभावकों में भारी रोष है। 

नहीं मिला कोई माकूल जवाब
यूनिवर्सिटी के कुलपति डॉ.राजाबाबू पंवार से उनके दफ्तर, मोबाइल नंबर और उनके निजी सचिव के जरिये संपर्क की कोशिश की गई, लेकिन उनसे संपर्क नहीं हो सका। परीक्षा संयोजक डॉ.डी.के.गुप्ता का फोन देर रात तक स्विच ऑफ आता रहा।

हल ऎसे संभव
यूनिवर्सिटी को सभी विद्यार्थियों को समानीकरण फॉर्मूला अपनाते हुए एक से नंबर देने चाहिए। जिससे समाधान हो सकता है। 
डॉ.राजेश शर्मा, पूर्व संयोजक, आरपीएमटी 

जिम्मेदार बचते रहे
इस बारे में मैं कुछ नहीं बता सकती। आप परीक्षा संयोजक से बात कीजिए, वे ही सब कुछ विस्तार से बता सकते हैं। परीक्षा से संबंधित पूरा काम उन्होंने ही देखा है।
अनुप्रेरणा कुंतल, रजिस्ट्रार, मेडिकल यूनिवर्सिटी

यह है अंकों का बिगड़ा गणित

28 मई स्लॉट एक 
बोनस अंक - 16

रसायन शास्त्र : प्रश्न संख्या 37 
जीव विज्ञान : प्रश्न संख्या 59, 60, 68

28 मई स्लॉट दो 
बोनस अंक - 52

रसायन शास्त्र : प्रश्न संख्या 1, 10, 40, 43
जीव विज्ञान : प्रश्न संख्या 62, 70, 107, 149, 152, 172, 181 भौतिक विज्ञान : प्रश्न संख्या - 196

29 मई स्लॉट एक 
बोनस अंक - 76

रसायन शास्त्र : प्रश्न संख्या 29, 36
जीव विज्ञान : प्रश्न संख्या 55, 83, 97, 100, 102, 113, 117, 132
भौतिक शास्त्र : प्रश्न संख्या 156, 159, 164, 173, 176, 184, 186, 192, 193 

29 मई स्लॉट दो 
बोनस अंक - 24

रसायन शास्त्र : प्रश्न संख्या 5 भौतिक शास्त्र : 179
जीव विज्ञान : प्रश्न संख्या 53, 54, 56, 69

30 मई स्लॉट एक 
बोनस अंक - 36

रसायन शास्त्र : प्रश्न संख्या 18, 19, 39
जीव विज्ञान : प्रश्न संख्या 66, 111, 116, 134, 162, 164