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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.

Saturday, 24 September 2016

Father's Disability Inspired MP Boy Abhishek Babel to Crack NEET

Abhishek Babel has made his family and the people from his village proud by cracking the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2016. The first candidate from Madhya Pradesh’s village Kadwasa, to have cleared this tough competitive examination, Abhishek is the son of a small grocery store owner who has disability in the leg.

Having managed to fetch All-India Rank (AIR) of 431 in this medical entrance exam, the 17 year old said that it is his father’s disability that inspired him to crack the exam. He secured 19th rank for NEET in the state merit of Madhya Pradesh and got an All India Rank of 831 in AIIMS Examination in 2016.

His father Mahadev Kumar became physically disabled at the age of 13, one of his uncles is also challenged physically since the tender age of 3 and his grandfather died due to lack of proper healthcare amenities at an early age. Such issues in the family motivated him to work hard so as to get admission in one of the best medical colleges in the country and nurture his dream of becoming a health care professional. “My father and uncle used to motivate me for studies and now their motivation has paid off,” said Abhishek.

He aims to begin private practice in his village once he becomes a doctor. “When I saw my father and uncle struggling with life due to their disability, I decided to become a doctor so that I could treat not only my father and uncle but also all those people who are suffering,” he shared.
Abhishek has been a bright student all along. He secured 85.17% in Class 10th and 80.2% in Class 12 board exam. He took NEET coaching simultaneously and studied hard to crack the exam. Abhishek has taken admission in the prestigious Grant Medical College in Mumbai.

Aman Mathur_Physics Faculty for NEET

Etoosindia is continually thriving to help aspiring medical and engineering students get admission in top institutes of the country. The institute provides online coaching so as to reach to every nook and corner of the country. For this purpose it has collaborated with some of the top faculties from Kota. Aman Mathur is the latest to join the bandwagon of the learned and experienced faculties at the institute.

AM, as he is mostly referred to, has been deployed at Etoosindia to teach physics to the students of grade 11th, 12th and 13th so as to prepare them for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET).

Mr. Mathur, an alumnus of Petroleum Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, qualified IIT JEE in 2010. He believes in generating the interest to read, write and analyze among the students to help them learn better. An expert in Physics, he has a unique way of putting his point across that helps the students grasp the topics easily.
His message to the students is to believe in themselves. “Always believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle. Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time”, he said addressing the students.



Friday, 23 September 2016

IITJEE advanced 2017 to be held on May 21

IIT JEE advanced 2017 date has finally been released. The Indian Institute of Technology Madras has recently declared that the national level exam, held to shortlist candidates for different Bachelor’s degree programs in some of the top engineering colleges in the country, would be held on the 21st of May.

This time round approximately 20,000 more candidates would be eligible to sit for JEE Advanced after clearing the tough JEE Main exam. Hence, the total number of candidates giving the exam has been increased to 2.2 lakh . “This year, 20,000 more candidates will be eligible to write the JEE Advanced after clearing JEE Main thus taking the total number of such candidates to 2, 20,000. This is in line with the projected number of seats available across all IITs in 2017”, shared the organizing chairman for JEE Advanced 2017.

Last year, IIT Guwahati conducted this national level examination and the number of candidates allowed to sit for JEE Advanced was set to 2 lakh.

Candidates who have a minimum of 75 percent marks or are in top 20 percentile in the 12th grade are eligible to appear for this entrance test. Students belonging to the SC, ST category have a relaxation of 10 percent. This year the doors will also open for candidates from foreign countries. These candidates can get a chance to study in the esteemed IITs and other reputed engineering colleges in the country after qualifying JEE Advanced.

IIT Madras is also planning to enhance the experience of giving the test as well as the overall procedure of conducting the examination. “Various interactive features are conceived to make the process of registration, fee payment, result announcement, choice filling etc less strenuous and hassle free. Features like short video tutorial and SMS services will be used extensively to help the candidates,” shared the JEE Advanced 2017 chairman.

Lady Hardinge Medical College

Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women, located in New Delhi, was established back in the year 1916.  The college funded by the Indian government became a part of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi in 1950.

The college was named after the then Viceroy of India, Baron Charles Hardinge who founded it to promote women education. What started as a small institute with a very low strength of students now offers various graduate as well as post graduate courses. It has several departments including the Department of Physiology, Department of Anatomy, Department of Community Medicine, Department of Microbiology, Department of Pharmacology, Department of Forensic Medicine, Department of Pathology and Department of Biochemistry. These departments have a pool of learned and experienced faculty members. The admission capacity to the MBBS course in the college has been increased to 200 seats since the year 2011.

Lady Hardinge’s campus includes a hostel, library, laboratories and auditorium. It encourages the students to participate in sports and other extra co-curricular activities. The college encompasses two teaching hospitals namely, Kalawati Saran Child Hospital and Smt. Sucheta Kriplani Hospital. With a capacity of 350 and 877 beds respectively, these hospitals do not only provide training to the students but also offer tertiary level medical facilities to the people living in the city.

Each year several students aspire to pursue different medical courses from this esteemed college. It has lately attained the 25th position in a list of top medical colleges in India by Careers 360.

Annual Education Survey to be Back this Year

The Annual Status of Education Report, better known as ASER, is going to be back this year. The survey held by NGO Pratham will be back after the gap of a year. It is conducted to measure the level of learning and intelligence among the students aged between 3 and 16 residing in the rural parts of the country. The survey was initiated in the year 2005 and was held each year for the next 10 years that is until 2014.

The survey results in 2014 showed that only 47.1 percent Class V students were efficient enough to read the Class II textbooks. As per this, not even half of the students in rural India could read the textbook of a class that was three grades below.

Many raised the question as to why the survey was done away with last year and why it is being conducted again this year. On this the director of ASER Centre Wilima Wadhwa said, “When we started ASER in 2005 we made a commitment to do it every year for five years because we think for data to feed into policy making it has to be reliable, comparable and available on a regular basis. At the end of five years the consensus was that it was too soon to discontinue ASER. In 2014, we completed 10 years and ASER decided to take a year off to reflect and consolidate our learnings. One big reason for restarting ASER after a year’s break is that learning levels remain low and ASER remains the only source of annually available data on learning in the public domain. We have a new government and a new education policy in the works and we hope that ASER 2016 will contribute to the formation of the new policies.”

Let us hope that the new policy is more effective and benefits the youth of the country.

Sunday, 18 September 2016

Methods to Keep Mind Healthy

One of the biggest problems faced by people of every age group these days is stress. It is important to minimize the stress level so as to keep your mind fit and active as well as enjoy overall health. Here are a few ways to keep your mind healthy and lead a stress free life:

Eat Right
It is rightly said that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. Thus, in order to keep your mind healthy it is essential for you to keep your body fit and having a nutritious diet is clearly the key to it. Your diet must include fresh fruits, green leafy vegetables, dairy products, nuts, pulses, grains and all that the body requires to fulfil its nutritional needs.

Exercise Regularly
One of the best ways to keep stress at bay and ensure mental health is to indulge in exercise regularly. There are numerous physical activities to choose from including cycling, jogging, dancing, yoga, running, swimming and aerobics to name a few. Squeeze in at least half an hour each day to practice the activity of your choice.

Sleep Well
Do not underestimate the power of sleeping well. This aspect is often overlooked by many however it is of utmost importance. One must sleep for at least 7-8 hours a day to ensure both physical and mental health.

Watch Your Company
Your company has a lot of impact on your mental health. It is thus suggested to watch out on the people you are surrounded with. Steer clear from negative people as they are bound to have a negative impact on your mind. Socialize with people who give you positive vibes.

Follow Your Passion
Not everyone is lucky to turn his passion into his profession however one can always squeeze in some time to follow it. So whatever your passion is – be it painting, writing, dancing, singing, kick boxing or skating – make sure you take out some time from your hectic schedule to practice it.

Say No to Alcohol and Tobacco
The use of alcohol and tobacco can have adverse effect on your health. It is thus wise to stay away from tobacco in any form and also limit your intake of alcohol.

Think Positive
Lastly, think positively and you will attract all the positive energy in the universe. It is the best way to keep your mind healthy.

Saturday, 17 September 2016

Father's Disability Inspired MP Boy Abhishek Babel to Crack NEET


Abhishek Babel has made his family and the people from his village proud by cracking the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2016. The first candidate from Madhya Pradesh’s village Kadwasa, to have cleared this tough competitive examination, Abhishek is the son of a small grocery store owner who has disability in the leg.
Having managed to fetch All-India Rank (AIR) of 431 in this medical entrance exam, the 17 year old said that it is his father’s disability that inspired him to crack the exam. He secured 19th rank for NEET in the state merit of Madhya Pradesh and got an All India Rank of 831 in AIIMS Examination in 2016.
His father Mahadev Kumar became physically disabled at the age of 13, one of his uncles is also challenged physically since the tender age of 3 and his grandfather died due to lack of proper healthcare amenities at an early age. Such issues in the family motivated him to work hard so as to get admission in one of the best medical colleges in the country and nurture his dream of becoming a health care professional. “My father and uncle used to motivate me for studies and now their motivation has paid off,” said Abhishek.
He aims to begin private practice in his village once he becomes a doctor. “When I saw my father and uncle struggling with life due to their disability, I decided to become a doctor so that I could treat not only my father and uncle but also all those people who are suffering,” he shared.
Abhishek has been a bright student all along. He secured 85.17% in Class 10th and 80.2% in Class 12 board exam. He took NEET coaching simultaneously and studied hard to crack the exam. Abhishek has taken admission in the prestigious Grant Medical College in Mumbai.

Friday, 16 September 2016

Social Awareness Campaign @ IIT Delhi Annual Fest, Rendevouz


The annual fest at IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Delhi, Rendezous 2016 is all set to spread social awareness about the LGBTQ community, body shaming and gender stereotyping. The theme of the event is Pehchaan (identity). These topics are considered a taboo in our society and by picking these for their annual fest this time, IIT Delhi students aim to make people more aware about how people suffer due to certain set social norms.
“Stereotyping — of gender, body or sexual preferences — lowers the youth’s confidence. And anyway, who is to define what beauty is, who one should love or how to behave?”, shared the social coordinator of the fest, Himanshi Gautam.
Each year this esteemed institute does its bit towards the society by picking up a social theme and spreading awareness about the same. Child labour and women empowerment have been among some of the themes picked by the institute in the last few years. Talking about the earlier themes, Gautam shared that those too were relevant but clichéd. “Social campaigns were more of a responsibility than being about engaging with a crowd and spreading a message. This year, we’re pursuing that... something relatable for the youth,” she added.
As a part of this event, the organizers are not just planning to come up with a platform where these topics can be discussed but are also planning to organize a gay parade, anonymous masked confessions, event around acid attack victims, free hugs campaign and cricket match among boys and girls as cheerleaders. The campaign is being promoted as ‘Pride for All’ on the social media. The lead coordinator of the event, Rishabh Sanghi said that by way of this campaign, “we want to tell people that you are who you are, and you should be proud of yourself.”

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.

Effective Techniques to Get More Work Done in Less Time


Managing time efficiently is an art and one who masters it certainly has an edge over the others. If you have been trying hard to manage your time in a way that you are able to do more work in less time but are failing constantly then the below given tips should come handy. This should especially benefit students who are planning to appear for competitive examinations such as IIT JEE and their CBSE exams simultaneously as every second counts for them.
  • Spot an Appropriate Place
    The importance of spotting an appropriate place to sit and work or study is often underrated however it is actually pretty importance. Since you need to concentrate and put in your 100% in the task you are doing it is essential for you to be at a place where you can channelize all your energies in the right direction and mind you, you cannot do that sitting just anywhere. So identifying the best place to study is the first thing you must do.
  • Identify Your Study Hours
    You may have heard some people saying that they can concentrate better during the early morning hours while others may be able to put in their best efforts during the late evening hours and then there may be yet others who might find it easier to concentrate well during the day. In order to do more in less time, it is a must for you to identify that time of the day when you can concentrate best.
  • Keep Your Surroundings Tidy
    Sitting in a chaotic place is likely to cause hindrance in your studies. Make sure you tidy your study table, bed and the other surroundings and then begin studying. This would not only save time in finding various things required to accomplish your task but also help in developing a positive environment which is apt for studying.
  • Keep Distractions at Bay
    The first thing that you must do as you sit to study is to keep your mobile phone at a distance. Also make sure you do not turn on your TV or surf your social media account during the time set for studying. These are the biggest distractions these days and you must stay away from these in order to increase your productivity.
  • Prepare a Schedule
    It is suggested to prepare a schedule and stick to it diligently. Keep your syllabus as well as various other commitments in mind as you sit to prepare the schedule. It is suggested to set different time slots for writing assignments, leaning new chapters, giving mock tests and revision. Preparing a workable schedule will help you set a good routine and manage your time efficiently.
  • Eat Well
    The necessity to have a balanced diet full of various micronutrients has been stressed upon time and again and if you still haven’t taken it seriously then it is time you should.
  • Sleep Well
    Neglecting sleep can hamper your work to a large extent. It is essential to sleep for at least 7-8 hours every night so as to wake up fresh the next morning and give your 100% to your work.
  • Exercise
    It is also important to squeeze in 30-40 minutes to exercise each day. It helps in keeping stress at bay and improves your power to concentrate thereby increasing your productivity.

Thursday, 15 September 2016

JEE advanced 2017 to be conducted by IIT Madras

The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced will be held by the Indian Institute of Technology Madras this year. IIT Madras has been given the responsibility to manage the entire process of conducting this advance level engineering entrance test. The institute will not only set the question paper and conduct the examination but will also update and maintain the official portal for JEE Advanced 2017, release the answer keys, declare result and carry out various other big and small formalities involved.

Joint Entrance Examination is held to shortlist the most deserving candidates and give them the opportunity to study in the best engineering colleges in the country. It is held in two phases – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Those qualifying in the JEE Advanced get a chance to study in the esteemed Indian Institute of Technology or choose among some of the other top engineering institutes. Each year different institutes are given the responsibility to conduct this tough competitive examination. Last year, that is in the year 2016, it was IIT Guwahati that conducted JEE Advanced. The paper was said to be tougher than that held in the year 2015.

It is being said that JEE may soon cover only Class XII syllabus. The Human Resource Development Ministry is yet to evaluate this proposal and in case it gets a nod from them then it might get incorporated from next year itself.

A proposal to replace the Joint Entrance Exam with National Aptitude Test (NAT) has also been presented however the change is not likely to take place anytime soon.

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Students from 9 Countries can appear directly for JEE Advanced

The Indian Institute of Technology, one of the most revered engineering institutes in the country, aspires to become one of the best international educational institutions. With this in mind, the Joint Admission Board (JAB) at IIT has taken the decision to permit students from as many as 9 other countries to appear for JEE Advanced directly. This is to say that the candidates from our neighbouring countries including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Singapore, UAE, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Maldives and Bhutan would not be required to give the JEE Main exam. They can directly sit for JEE Advanced.

The inclusion of African nation, Ethiopia seems to have generated curiosity. Talking about the same, Gautam Biswas, the Director of IIT Guwahati said, “For the last many years, we have got a large number of Ethiopian students in post-graduate courses. IITs are popular there.”

It has been heard that the examination centres will be set up in all these countries. A senior official mentioned that this move has been made to depict India’s soft power. He also affirmed that the foreign students would in no case occupy the seats meant for Indians.

The cost of admission would supposedly be recovered from the foreign students itself and the government shall not be liable for any expenses on their account. It is also being heard that the IITs are planning to give admission to as many as one lakh students by 2020.

Contribution Of Indians To The Field Of Mathematics

Talk about the contribution of Indians to the field of Mathematics and the name of the famous scholar, Aryabhata would be the first thing to strike your mind. He was one of the first mathematicians from the classical age to contribute immensely to the field of mathematics. He worked on the place value system by using letters for signifying numbers and stating their qualities. Besides, this great mathematician also calculated and mentioned the exact number of days in a year.
Not just Aryabhata, there have been several Indians who have contributed majorly to this field.

Mathematics has a mention even in our Vedic literature which means in India it has been a subject of interest since the last 4000 years. In between 1000 BC and 1000 AD, several treaties had been authored by different Indian mathematicians in which the concept of zero, rudiments of geometry, square and cube root and the techniques of algorithm and algebra were brought forth. The introduction of zero is said to be one of the major contributions by Indians. It was the learned mathematician Brahmagupta who introduced the concept of zero. He taught the rules of using zero with both positive and negative numbers.

Apart from this many other Indians also studied this field extensively and came up with various mathematical theories such as algebra of inequalities, continued fractions, theory of estimation, products of hypergeometric series, elliptic functions, infinite dimensional group representation and quantum mechanics among others.

C.R. Rao, Srinivasa Ramanujan, D. R. Kaprekar, Satyendranath Bose, P.C. Mahalanobis, Narendra Karmarkar and Harish Chandra are some of the Indian mathematicians who are known for putting forward the aforementioned theories.