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Monday, February 27, 2017

CBSE CLASS XII BOARDS: HOW TO PREPARE FOR PHYSICS PAPER


CBSE class XII board examinations will be starting pretty soon and the PHYSICS paper is scheduled on 15 March. So in this special series designed to help you to prepare and score better in the Examinations, we are taking up the topic "How to prepare for Physics paper".

Students often get stressed about learning derivations and what to write, how much to write  in a given question. The problem gets aggravated because of so called preparation books which almost write complete chapter as suggested answers. To help you I am giving some suggestions based on my experiences.

 Know the Pattern
 All of you must have appeared for half yearly and pre-board examinations and most likely you are now aware of the pattern of the paper. To just be sure check the blue print and latest sample paper first. You can check them here.

Identify all the derivations and devices 
Just by looking down the syllabus and NCERT books first identify all the derivations and devices (like moving coil galvanometer, cyclotron, transistor as  amplifier,etc )working you need to remember. Just make a notes of all these in which you write only that much which is sufficient and can be written within the given time.To help you in how much to write just look at the marking schemes provided on CBSE website where each and every required details are listed out. You can  check the suggested marking schemes of previous year papers here.
This will give you tremendous confidence.

Don't write extra
Because of preparing and learning too much students tens to overwrite the answers giving unnecessary details and making answers lengthier and as a result fails to complete the paper. Many of my students have done this fault in past, so please don't write extra other than required.
For 1 mark: just write one word(if that's only asked) or 2-3 lines at max
For 2 marks: 3-4 lines at max
For 3 Marks- not more than half a page unless diagrams are involved.
For 5 Marks: 1 Page around but please check marking schemes to get an idea that what key points must be covered(Better to answer part wise and in points)

All diagrams must be drawn neatly and properly labelled.
For solving numericals please write the steps properly.Try to avoid shortcuts learnt for objective competitive examinations.

Go through Previous year papers
Go through at-least last three year papers as well as last year's compartment paper and try atleat one of them as mock test within time limit.

Good Luck!!!

Sunday, February 19, 2017

460 MORE IIT SEATS THIS YEAR

SOURCE: TIMES OF INDIA

More engineering aspirants are likely to realise their dream of studying in the country's premier technology institutes this year, with the IITs readying to increase their intake by 460, taking the total number of seats to 11,032.

The seats will mostly be added in the new IITs. The IITs in Bhubaneshwar, Hyderabad, Ropar, Jodhpur, Patna, Indore, Mandi and Jammu have sent proposals for an increase in intake to their respective senates and the Joint Entrance Examination Board.

The final increase in the number of seats for the 2017-18 academic year will be announced by the JEE board once the senates clear these proposals, which, say officials, is the most likely outcome.

Friday, February 10, 2017

LNMIIT 2017 ADMISSIONS: LAST DATE TO APPLY IS 30 APRIL

LNMIIT, Jaipur is inviting applications from the aspirants for B.Tech 2017 admissions.

APPLICATION FEE:  Rs 1600
LAST DATE TO APPLY:  30 APRIL 2017
MODE OF ADMISSION: 1. JEE MAIN
                                         2.Direct entry to RBSE  board toppers
                                         3. DASA

For detailed information visit http://www.lnmiit.ac.in/ugadmissions/

IIST 2017 ADMISSION NOTIFICATION

IIST 2017 ADMISSION NOTIFICATION

IISc B.S. ADMISSIONS 2017

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE

Admission to the B.S. Programme - 2017

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore offers admission to its four-year Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Programme in 2017. Students who will appear for the 12th standard board examination (or equivalent) in 2017 and those who have passed this examination in 2016 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 28, 2017.
To apply for admission to the Undergraduate Programme in the 2017-18 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 01.02.2017. The online application must be submitted on or before 28.04.2017. The application fee is Rs. 500/- for GN/OBC/KM candidates and Rs. 250/- for SC/ST/PH categories.

Selection Process: 
ƒ Selection for admission will be based on the Following Exams: 
1. KVPY: KVPY-SA [appeared in 2015, and selected for the Fellowship] 
KVPY-SB [appeared in 2016, and selected for the Fellowship] 
 KVPY-SX [appeared in 2016, and selected for the Fellowship] 
2. IIT-JEE-Main: Appearing in 2017 and securing a minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBCNCL), And 30% (SC/ST/PH).
3. IIT-JEE-Advanced: Appearing in 2017 and securing a minimum of 60% (GN), 54% (OBCNCL), 30% (SC/ST/PH). 
4. NEET-UG: Appearing in 2017 

For more details visit the FAQ