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Wednesday, March 30, 2016


Launched by IIM Indore in 2011, the five-year Integrated Programme in Management (IPM) is the first of its kind in India. It is a unique and creative programme meant for young students with managerial and leadership aspirations. Through the IPM, IIM Indore seeks to attract young students, and mould them as outstanding leaders through a world-class education.
IPM is aimed at students who have passed out of class XII/Higher Secondary or equivalent from schools across India.
The Programme consists of 15 terms spread over a period of 5 years, with each year having 3 terms of 3 months. IPM is in two parts. The first three years build a foundation, and the last two years focus on management.
The foundation has three major elements:
  • Courses in Mathematics, Statistics and Economics build analytical rigour.
  • Courses in Psychology, Sociology and Political Science along with courses in Economics provide an understanding of the core disciplines on which the study of management is based.
  • Courses in Science, Engineering, Humanities, Literature and Fine Arts provide breadth and perspective.

A combination of analytical rigour and wide exposure equips IPM students for leadership roles and positions of responsibility in different sectors.
After 3 years of intensive study of foundational disciplines, the IPM students train as managers along with the students of the Institute’s 2-year Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGP), undertaking the same course package in management studies in years 4 and 5.
IPM students are required to complete a social internship at the end of year 3, and a business internship between years 4 and 5. This experiential learning inculcates leadership qualities in them and hones their managerial skills further.
On successful completion of the five year rigorous academic experience, the participants would be awarded Integrated Diploma in Management by IIM Indore. A Study Centre and an Examination Centre of Indira Gandhi National Open University have been opened at IIM Indore to facilitate the students to get a bachelor’s degree.

The application window for aptitude test (AT) of IPM course is open till April 16. The test will be held in 28 cities across the country on May 13. The candidates will be selected on the basis of overall performance in AT and personal interview. The candidates who clear the AT would be shortlisted for the personal interview. Candidates who have obtained minimum 60 per cent marks in classes X and XII can apply for admission in the course. 
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Monday, March 21, 2016

Circuit Realization of Logic Gates: Important for JEE MAIN

Circuit realization of Logic gates is an important point for JEE MAIN. Questions have been asked on this topic previously. So to help you I am posting the realization circuits which will be helpful for the aspirants.

Monday, March 14, 2016


LNMIIT, Jaipur is inviting applications from the aspirants for B.Tech 2016 admissions.

MODE OF ADMISSION: 1. JEE MAIN- Considers score of Paper -1 Only
                                           2.Direct entry to board toppers
                                           3. DASA

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JEE MAIN 2016: Preparation Tips

XII Board Examination are about to finish for most of the school boards and now the students have very little time left to gear up for the world's largest entrance examination JEE MAIN. I hope you all must have done well in your board examinations and now you all must be focused towards JEE MAIN examination. 

Below are the few suggested guidelines from my side for your help:
1. Previous year papers: Well instead of trying the available mock tests of famous institutes or books it is wise to practice the previous year papers of actual JEE MAIN. Just collect last three years offline and online papers and try to attempt them like the actual examination. Even you needn't attempt all papers if you have time crunch.This will help you in getting a feel of the examination, what to expect, how much to attempt, how not to waste time.
2. Identifying Your Scoring Areas: After practicing these papers you should have an idea about which topics you can and should focus to score marks. Roughly the three subjects have 90 odd chapters and you can easily leave 10-15 chapters without hurting your performance.
3. Work on Strengths: Frankly speaking you don't have much time now to build up confidence over a topic which you have hardly studied till now so smartness suggests that instead of working on your weaknesses it is more wiser to work on strengths. Remember there's no sectional cutoff here, so if you feel you love Chemistry work harder on it and try to score say marks above 100 in chemistry by devoting 60-75 mins of examination time. Ultimately the total score counts.
4. Positive Attitude and Self Belief: Irrespective of how much you have studied and prepared till now, you have to maintain a positive attitude because worrying too much about what you haven't done won't improve your performance. Remember JEE MAIN in not tough but a tricky examination. The bravery is not in attempting all questions, sensible candidate must select the questions which are in his range and devote maximum time only on those questions which are going to fetch you marks.
Mostly XII appearing students because of Board examinations feel themselves not connected with objective pattern and many negative thoughts starts creeping in. Avoid all such negative thoughts and just believe in yourself. Remember these magical words "I CAN AND I WILL"


Wednesday, March 02, 2016


The syllabus for class XII Physics of CBSE mentions this point and it is not given in NCERT book. 

The advantages of AM radio - it is relatively easy to detect with simple equipment, even if the signal is not very strong. The other advantage is that it has a narrower bandwidth than FM, and wider coverage compared with FM radio. 
The major disadvantage of AM is that the signal is affected by electrical storms and other radio frequency interference. 
A distinct advantage that FM has over AM is that FM radio has better sound quality than AM radio. The disadvantage of FM signal is that it is more local and cannot be transmitted over long distance. Thus, it may take more FM radio stations to cover a large area. Moreover, the presence of tall buildings or land masses may limit the coverage and quality of FM. Thirdly, FM requires a fairly more complicated receiver and transmitter than an AM signal does.