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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Why Etoos is best for Online Education?

Etoos, the South Korean education giant, carries years of experience in rendering online education. It ventured the Indian market with the aim of providing online coaching to all those aspiring engineers and medical professionals who want to seek education in the best engineering colleges in the country but are unable to do so due to lack of expert guidance. The online presence of Etoosindia has helped numerous students chase their dreams and is continually thriving towards improving its services. Online education provided by Etoos is one of the best in the industry. Here is why:

Top Kota Faculties
Etoosindia has collaborated with some of the best faculties from Kota to provide online education to help you crack the tough JEE and NEET exams. These faculties carry years of experience in training students for these exams and have in-depth knowledge not only about the subject but also as how to impart information to the students in a way that it is easily understandable.

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016

8 Best Strategies to Improve Your Memory

Do you often keep things and forget where you kept them? Do you try hard to remember special occasions of your loved ones but fail each time? Do you think your ability to memorize and remember things has deteriorated with time? Well, if your answer to the above questions is yes then it is time to improve your memory. Here are 8 effective ways to do so:
  • Eat Right
    The first step towards keeping yourself physically and mentally fit is to have a nutritious diet. Your diet must include all the essential micronutrients. To enhance your memory it is especially recommended to increase your iron intake as it helps the neurotransmitters essentials to function appropriately. You must also steer clear of the foods that cause bad cholesterol. This is because these foods result in building plaque in the blood vessels that cause hindrance in circulation of blood to the brain which is thus deprived of the required nutrients and among the many problems this causes is memory loss.

  • Sleep Well
    Sleep deprivation can be another cause of bad memory. It is essential to have at least 7-8 hours of sleep every day. Getting a good night’s sleep improves your memory and enhances your ability to think. Taking a nap during the day is also known to boost the brain power.
  • Meditate
    Often underrated, meditation is another sure shot way to improve your memory. It is suggested to take out at least 15-20 minutes each day to meditate. This improves your power to concentrate, grasp and also helps in retaining things.
  • Exercise
    Exercising releases stress, improves brain functioning and also enhances your memory. You can choose any physical activity of your choice such as swimming, cycling, dancing, yoga, etc. Indulge in any of these activities for at least half an hour a day and see the difference.
  • Don’t Multitask
    Multitasking does not only reduce your speed but also impacts your mind adversely. Many people make multi tasking a habit however this is wrong as it slows down your speed, increases the chances of errors and ultimately makes you forgetful. It is thus suggested to take up one task at a time and concentrate on the same.
  • Play Brain Games
    If you don’t challenge your mind enough it will eventually deteriorate. Brain storming is very essential to keep your mind sharp and one of the best ways to do this is by playing brain games. While it is suggested to play such games for 20-30 minutes each day make sure you don’t get addicted to these.
  • Learn Something New
    Just as it is essential to play brain games to sharpen your mind it is equally important to learn something new from time to time to break the monotony and stimulate your neurological system. This is yet another way to release stress, improve brain functioning and decrease the risk of dementia.

  • Believe in Yourself
    Lastly, believe in yourself. Keep telling yourself that you have a good memory and are enjoying perfect health.

6 Study Tips for Students Who Drop a Year for IIT JEE Preparations

It is tough to decide whether to drop a year for IIT JEE preparation or go ahead with the next best option. However, if you have already had a look at all the pros and cons and decided to give it another shot then keep the below mentioned tips in mind to make the most of the time you have:

Review Your Performance
Now that you have already given the exam once, you know where you stand. Before beginning with the preparation all over again it is suggested to review your examination performance to know your weak areas as well as your strong points. This will help you understand as to which topics require more attention and which ones just need a glance.

Get the Syllabus Right
Though you may be aware about the syllabus as you have already appeared for this exam however it is always wise to cross check the same once as there might be some change in it or you might have missed something earlier which you cannot afford to skip the second time. The syllabus for the exam is available online. You can also enquire the same from your coaching institute.

Prepare a Study Plan
Preparing study plan is of utmost importance. Now, that you have the syllabus in front of you and are also aware about the topics you need to devote more time to, you can draft an effective study plan. Make sure you do not just prepare the plan but also follow it diligently so as to study efficiently.

Study the Entire Syllabus Thoroughly
You might be good with certain topics however do not make the mistake of neglecting those or leaving those for the last minute. You must start from the start when it comes to preparing for IIT JEE and give enough time to each topic. However, the areas you are weak in should certainly be devoted more time.

Revise Well
Revising your lessons is of utmost importance. You must squeeze in some time each day to revise what you have already covered side by side. Also make sure you cover your syllabus on time and keep the last few months purely for revision. It is best to do the revision part during that time of the day when you can concentrate best. This will help you grasp the topics more easily and retain them for long.

Give Mock Tests
It is highly recommended to give mock tests such as the ones available on Etoosindia.com. Also resolve last few years question papers and as many sample papers as you can. This will help you assess your knowledge and understand the areas that require improvement. Solving such test papers within the given time frame will also help you build speed and confidence.

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

An Average Student’s Guide to Crack NEET /JEE

Competitive examinations such as JEE and NEET are tough to crack even for the genius minds and if you have been average in studies then you need to put in a lot more efforts. Here is an average student’s guide to crack JEE/NEET.

Start Early
If engineering or medical line interests you and you are aiming to sit for JEE or NEET it is suggested to start the preparation as you enter your 11th grade. It is essential to give at least 2 years for preparation of competitive examinations such as these.

Prepare a Schedule
Since you will be preparing for your IIT JEE/NEET exam and your board exams simultaneously you must make sure you manage your time efficiently so as to prepare thoroughly for both the exams. Get the syllabus for both the examinations you are appearing for and prepare a schedule that helps you cover the entire course well in time and also gives you enough time for revision.

Seek Good Coaching
Enrolling at a good coaching center is the first step towards success. Since, you will be studying side by side for your CBSE exams and JEE/NEET, it is suggested to go for online coaching such as that provided by Etoosindia.com. Seeking online coaching saves a lot of time. Etoosindia has tie up with the best faculties from Kota that provide you expert guidance and help you crack such tough exams.

Go for Group Studies
It is suggested to go for group studies every once in a while. This is a good way to test your knowledge, discuss doubts and get to learn about things you might have missed otherwise. However, choose your group wisely. Study with those who are serious about giving the exam.

Give Mock Tests
Mock tests are one of the best ways to assess your knowledge. Make it a habit to give at least one mock test daily after you have covered substantial amount of syllabus. It is also suggested to solve last few years’ papers and as many sample papers as you can in order to prepare thoroughly for your exam.

Stay Healthy
Lastly, take utmost care of your mental as well as physical health. Sleep for at least 7-8 hours a day to ensure that you get proper rest. Take a well-balanced diet full of various micro nutrients and steer clear of junk food in order to stay energised all through the day. Also make sure you squeeze in some time to exercise and rejuvenate yourself each day.

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Three Benefits of Having Class 11th and 12th syllabus for JEE Entrance

The news that JEE entrance curriculum will only include syllabus from class 11th and 12th has come as a relief for the students aiming to sit for this competitive examination. And why not? This will make the JEE preparation much easier for them. Let us learn as to how it will benefit the students in three major ways:

Limited Syllabus
JEE syllabus has always been very vast thereby making the preparation a big task for the candidates. They require learning a wide variety of topics in order to be thorough with the subject. However, with this latest modification the students know exactly where to look for the curriculum and what exactly to cover in order to crack the same.

Thorough Understanding
Since the students will already be familiar with the topics and will study the same all over again as they begin their JEE preparation they will develop a clear understanding of the subject. They will be taught the same in their school and then again during their JEE coaching. Studying the same topic repeatedly does not only give you a better understanding of it but also helps you retain it for long.

Easier Time Management
One of the main problems faced by those who prepare for entrance examinations and board exams simultaneously is time constraint. However, since now you are not required to juggle between your CBSE and JEE syllabus and devote separate time to each of them, you shall be able to manage your time more easily and efficiently.

So if you are planning to sit for JEE next year, you are already at an advantage. Work hard and make the most of this alteration.

Attempting JEE Mains Again

Whether to choose another field and go ahead with it or drop a year to focus completely on the JEE preparations? This is one question most engineering aspirants are faced with. While there is no one rule fits all, we shall try to explain the pros and cons of the same so that it becomes easier for you to take the decision.

Each year lacs of students sit for the JEE Main exam but only a few are able to crack it to appear for the next level exam and make it to one of the top engineering colleges in the country. Those who are unable to clear the exam need to make the tough decision of whether to choose a different stream or give it another shot. Now, if you are really determined to pursue engineering from a top ranked college and believe in yourself then it is a good idea to give it another try.

The main advantage you will have over your counterparts is that this time round you will have complete time to dedicate to your JEE preparation that is to say that you will not have to juggle between JEE and CBSE exam preparation. Secondly, you have already studied the entire course once and are aware as to which topics you are thorough with and which ones require more attention. In addition to this, you have already had a hands-on experience of giving the exam and hence are well-aware about the examination pattern. However, the main problem is that most candidates lose motivation as they sit to study again. The question whether they took the right decision by dropping a year or not plagues them time and again and causes hindrance in the preparation.

So keep all the aforementioned things in mind and drop a year only if you are fully confident that you shall be able to stay motivated all through the year and prepare better now that you have enough time.

CBSE Disaffiliated Schools under NPS

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has taken the decision to remove the affiliation for six schools that came under the National Public Schools (NPS) group. The decision was taken on Department for Public Instruction (DPI) Karnataka’s accusations that the NPS management’s role on copying and releasing bogus minority institution status certificates to elude the Right to Education Act (RTE) Provisions.

Earlier on DPI had advised the CBSE to take away the affiliation given to these schools as the latter granted admission to around 25% students by way of bogus minority institution status certificates. The schools that have been removed include the National Academy of Learning, Basaveshwar Nagar, NPS Koramangala, HSR Layout, Mysuru, Indiranagar and Rajajinagar.

The National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions had also confirmed that the certificates shown by NPS were bogus since the latter did not qualify the minority institution status. Even though FIR has been filed against the school, the Bengaluru police has not taken any strict action against the management.

The NPS group was set up by Gopalkrishna K.P under the National Educational Trust in association with partners from Mysuru, Chennai and Bengaluru. The group of schools under NPS include NPS Koramangala, NPS Kengeri, NPS Mysuru, NPS Basaveshwarnagar, NPS Agara, The International School Bangalore, NPS Banashankari, Bangalore, NPS Yeswantpur, NPS Indiranagar, NPS Chennai, NPS Rajajinagar and NPS HSR Layout Sector 4.

Some of the recently opened branches of NPS schools are said to not having affiliations on the other hand some of them have not disclosed the affiliation status.

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Failed In NEET 2016? Here Is Why Dropping A Year May Be Useful

With the NEET 2016 results out, the candidates who have not managed to clear the exam are likely to feel disappointment. However, more than the failure of not getting through the exam it is the indecisiveness about whether to look for other options or drop a year is what haunts these candidates.
Many candidates are devastated as they learn that they have not managed to attain a good rank in this competitive examination even after working hard through the year. What they fail to see are the options that lie beyond the main stream medical seat. There are many courses including the Bachelor’s of Dental Surgery that one can take up if they have not achieved a good position in NEET. Nevertheless, many are faced with the question of whether they should try to score better in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test the following year or take up the courses that are on offer.
So let us answer the big question to clear the ambiguity. Taking a drop and dedicating an entire year for the preparation of a competitive exam completely depends on how serious you are about the course and also as to which exam you are planning to sit for. IIT JEE candidates for instance are at a lower risk as compared to those appearing for NEET when it comes to taking a drop. This is because IIT JEE seats are much higher as compared to NEET.

However, if we talk about NEET 2016 in particular then it may be suggested to take a drop and give another shot. This is because the candidates appearing for NEET faced a lot of difficulty this year. There was immense confusion about NEET Phase 1 and 2 exams and this did take a toll on the candidates’ performance. Those preparing to get into state funded government colleges were especially impacted by it as they did not prepare accordingly. Also, the fact that NEET was held for the very first time this year and the students were not really aware about the pattern cannot be overlooked. So it is highly likely that candidates who take a drop this year and prepare thoroughly may secure a good position in NEET 2017. However, it is suggested to take the decision only if you feel that you have it in you to crack the exam and will not lose motivation studying again.

Five Things That Happen When You Don’t Understand What You Are Studying

It is important to understand what you are studying in order to grasp it well. However, there are times when you try to comprehend certain topics but cannot make out much from them and finally end up mugging them. It has also been seen that for some, it is a general practice to cram things without comprehending them. Here is what happens when you study without understanding:

You lose Interest
If you do not understand a topic even after trying to comprehend it a couple of times and simply begin cramming it you tend to lose interest. You feel dull and bored. Your brain constantly urges you to leave that particular topic and move on to the next one. If you encounter two or more such topics in a row then you are likely to feel reluctant to study.

You don’t Retain Anything for Long
When you do not understand what you are studying you simply try to mug it up. However, it is a known fact that mugging up without understanding the actual meaning of the text doesn’t help much. You might remember what you have learnt for a short while but if you are not clear about the concepts you will not be able to retain it for long.

You Waste Time
When you do not understand a topic you tend to read it out repeatedly in an attempt to comprehend it or try hard to mug it up thereby spending a lot of extra time on it. Not only will you end up wasting a lot of time on that particular topic but it will also drain your energy and lower your power to concentrate.

Exam Preparation Freaks You Out
Preparing for the exams will freak you out. Studying for competitive examinations such as JEE and NEET will seem all the more difficult if you prefer mugging up rather than understanding the fundamentals. Following this practice you shall not be able to crack these tough examinations as they require thorough understanding of the subject.

You lose Confidence
You try to understand a certain topic but fail, you seek help from your friends or teachers but are still not able to comprehend it well and finally decide to mug it up without understanding. While you might be able to learn the topic but you will never feel confident discussing about the same in a group as your basic concepts won’t be clear. If this is a general practice you follow then you will tend to lose confidence and may remain confused and unsure about things. You will especially face problem during group discussions and interviews.

Friday, 30 September 2016

5 Surprising Tips to Increase Motivation Immediately

With so many distractions around, staying motivated is one of the biggest challenges these days. If you have been finding it hard to stay motivated and give in your 100% to your work then here are a few tips that can boost your motivation immediately. Apply these to keep yourself motivated and achieve your goals.

  • Be Clear About Your Goals
    In order to stay motivated and succeed in life you must be very clear about your goals. It is only when you know where you are and where you want to reach would you be motivated to bridge the gap. Besides the aim and aspiration you have for life you must set small weekly, monthly and yearly goals to move towards the same and attain it.
  • Reward Yourself
    Reward yourself on the achievement of every big and small milestone. Buy yourself a new dress or your favourite dessert or plan a trip with friends – it can be just anything. It is a good idea to set a particular reward for each goal you have. This way you will be motivated to work hard and give your best shot to attain the set goal.
  • Meditate
    Meditation helps in boosting your power to concentrate and thus keeps you focused and motivated to achieve your goal. Squeeze in 20-30 minutes every day to practice meditation and see how it keeps you motivated and helps you tread towards success.
  • Apply the Green Therapy
    Researchers state that surrounding yourself with green colour can spark creativity and also increase motivation. Studies show that green colour relaxes your mind, makes you feel happier and less tired.

  • Reassess Your Goals
    Unable to work in accordance with the set schedule and failure to achieve the set goals even after pushing yourself to the limit can cause dissatisfaction and de-motivate you to the core. It is suggested to reassess your goals in such a case and make an alternative plan.

India born Scientist Ramesh Raskar got MIT Award for “Path-Breaking Invention”

Nasik-born scientist, Ramesh Raskar who is working as an associate professor in the Institute of Media Arts and Science has made our nation proud by his path breaking invention. He has come up with solutions for improving lives by way of his recent invention. Raskar, who is also the founder of the Camera Culture Research Group at the MIT Media Lab, won many an accolades for his practical yet innovative solutions and has been awarded the 2016 Lemelson-MIT Prize worth $500,000 for this invention and also for his continued efforts and commitment towards youth mentorship.
The Annual Lemelson-MIT Prize is awarded to exceptional mid-career inventors for improving the world with the help of technological invention and for exhibiting commitment for mentorship in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

As for Raskar, this is not the first time that he has achieved something big. The young Indian scientist has received as many as 75 patents in his name and there are 120 reviewed publications written by him. He is the co-inventor of the radical imaging solutions. This includes Femto-photography that is a super fast imaging system that enables you to see around the corners, economical eye-care solutions for the developing nations and a smart camera that enables you to go through the book without even opening its cover.

Since long, Raskar had been looking forward to improve the lives of people across the globe and while working towards this mission he launched a platform to bring together the entrepreneurial and academic worlds for achieving the same. He believed that together these will improve the health and over all well-being of people in the industrial as well as developing nations and finally succeeded in achieving what he had aimed for. As the executive director of Lemelson-MIT Program, Stephanie Couch puts it, “Mr. Raskar is a multi-faceted leader as an inventor, educator, change maker and exemplar connector. In addition to creating his own remarkable inventions, he is working to connect communities and inventors all over the world to create positive change”.

Thursday, 29 September 2016

Can Omega-3, Omega-6 Fatty Acids Improve Reading Skills ?

The benefits of consuming Omega 3 fatty acids are known well. Now, as per a new research conducted by a team of expert physicians and researchers at the Gillberg Neuropsychiatry Centre, Sahlgrenska Academy, you have all the more reason to have these fatty acids.
Mats Johnson, the chief physician and researcher at this Neuropsychiatry Centre and his team have found out that omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids boost the power to concentrate and curb reading difficulties in children. Polyunsaturated fats such as omega 3 and omega 6 and their effect on the learning ability and overall behaviour of children has generated a lot of interest over the last few years and a lot of research has been done on the same.

As a part of the recent research, approximately 154 school children between the age of 9 and 10 years were tested on their reading skills with the help of a computer-based test. It rated them on different parameters such as their reading speed, vocabulary and the ability to read nonsense words.  Then some of these students were given omega 3 and omega 6 capsules while others were given identical placebo capsules that contained palm oil. These children took these capsules for 3 months and as per the researchers the ones who had omega 3 and omega 6 capsules showed improvement in reading. “This was particularly evident in the ability to read a nonsense word aloud and pronounce it correctly (phonologic decoding), and the ability to read a series of letters quickly (visual analysis time)”, said Johnson.

Nuts, vegetable oils, leafy vegetables and flax seeds are some of the foods rich in omega 3 on the other hand omega 6 is mostly found in vegetable oils. Researchers state that our daily diet does not contain the amount of omega-3 required by our body. “The cell membranes in the brain are largely made up of polyunsaturated fats, and there are studies that indicate that fatty acids are important for signal transmission between nerve cells and the regulation of signaling systems in the brain”, shared Johnson.

Now, this gives you enough reason to ensure that your child has the required amount of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids daily.

Computer Science Engineering & Its Scope

Thousands of students aspire to go for computer engineering each year. The field has gained popularity over the last few years and there is immense scope for those who pursue a course in the same from a college of good repute. Read on to know about this course as well as its scope in detail.

Those who have interest in the field of software development, programming and computer science and possess good analytical skills and reasoning ability are best suited for this 4 year long undergraduate course. It includes 8 semesters and each of these is spread across a period of 6 months. Students are imparted theoretical knowledge as well as given practical lab training in each of these semesters. Besides, rigorous industrial training and project work form a part of the last three semesters.

Some of the main subjects studied under this course include Engineering Mathematics, Engineering Physics, Engineering Graphics, Mechanics of Solids, Communication Skills, Basics of Civil Engineering, Elements of Electrical Engineering, Elements of Mechanical Engineering, Computer Programming and Utilization, Environmental Science, Electronics and Semiconductors, Logic Design, Compiler design, Database Management, Data Structure and Management, Artificial Intelligence, Soft Computing, Operating System, Computer Networks, Algorithm Design and Analysis, Graphics and Multimedia, Web Technology and Advanced Java, Management.

After pursuing computer science you may go ahead and specialize in different fields such as cyber security, application development, networking, CAD, etc. One can go for a diploma or choose to enrol in M. E. or M. Tech degree programs to specialize in these fields. It is also a good idea to go for MBA after pursuing B. Tech in Computer Science.

One may even head for a job after completing the undergraduate course in Computer Science. Various posts including that of software engineer, project manager, application developer and software tester await these graduates in both private as well as government sectors. The field is lucrative and thus one can expect a good pay package.

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

States Approve Proposal to Replace Medical Council of India

NITI Aayog has put forward a proposal to replace the current Medical Council of India (MCI) with a National Medical Commission and the same has been approved by most of the states. The Parliamentary Standing Committee report, out in March 2016, had referred to the need for drastic reform of the Medical Council of India. It stated that the MCI neither “represents professional excellence nor its ethos” and that it lacks transparency.
NITI Aayog recently had a meeting with the representatives from as many as 20 states. Vice-Chairman, Arvind Panagariya chaired the meeting to discuss about MCI and most of the Indian states were said to be in favour of the recommendation of replacing it with the National Medical Commission. “Most States were on board with the recommendations given by the Aayog’s. One of the significant proposals is that instead of just one chairman of the new regulatory body, there should be some members also. Also, the States have asked for more representation in the commission,” shared an insider.
It has also been proposed that in order to advise the commission on various tasks from time to time, a consultative committee must be formed. However, the commission would not be bound to follow the given suggestions.
The final recommendations for the same shall be sent to the Prime Minister for approval for which the bill would most likely be presented in the Parliament during this winter session.

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

Named after the renowned educationist and patriot, Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, the college was established back in the year 1958. Its campus is spread across 122 acres of land. It has as many as 2800 beds, 47 operation theatres running everyday and 7200 daily outpatient attendance. There are 4 other institutes attached to the college. These are the Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Lok Nayak Hospital, Guru Nanak Eye Center and GB Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research.

Known for offering excellent medical education, the college gives admission to as many as 290 undergraduate candidates, 245 post graduate and doctoral students every year. The courses offered here include Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Doctor of Medicine (MD), Post Graduate Diploma in Medicine and Post Doctoral Degree in Master of Surgery. For the undergraduate course that is M.B.B.S. the distribution of seats is done as Delhi University Quota (DUQ) – 85%, All India Quota (AIQ) – 15% and Government of India Quota (GOI) – 6 Nos. The number of seats for this course is 250. For Post Graduate course (MD/MS) and Post Graduate Diploma it is 50% quota each for Delhi University and All India. The number of seats for these is 153 and 23 respectively. For Post Doctoral (M. Ch.) it is 100% Delhi University Quota (DUQ) and there are only 4 seats.
The students are imparted education by well learned faculty members and given rigorous training by the resident doctors. The college houses as many as 810 resident doctors and 426 faculty members who offer high class education and patient care techniques to help the students embark a successful career in the medical field.
Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad is among the top medical colleges in the country. It has been given the number 3rd position in India by two of the leading newspapers in the country namely, the Times of India and India Today.