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Important Dates for JEE 2017 Exams


Each year lakhs of students sit for the Joint Entrance Examination held to select students for the top engineering colleges in the country. The examination is tough and while you may be engrossed in the preparation of the same keeping a tab on the important dates for the exam is equally important. Here is a look at the important dates for JEE 2017 exam:

  • Candidates can start filling the online application for JEE 2017 from 1st December 2016.
  • The last date for submission of the online application is 2nd January 2017.

How to Solve Questions Quickly in Competitive Exams like JEE or NEET?


While you may be thorough with the syllabus however if you lack the technique to answer the questions quickly then it would be tough for you to get through competitive exams such as JEE and NEET. Here are a few tips that shall help you solve questions quickly during such exams:

Keep a tab on time
One mistake that most students make is that they take a lot of time to solve the first few questions and then rush through the ones left. It is suggested to keep a tab on time from the beginning itself so that you do not have to rush through the paper after a certain point. This way you will be able to manage the time efficiently and avoid panic towards the end.

NEET UG 2017: Applications To Commence In December 2nd Week


The application process for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017 is likely to commence from the second week of December. The process would possibly run for a minimum of one month. An official announcement on the same shall be made soon. By way of this entrance exam, more than 50 thousand MBBS and BDS seats shall be filled in all the government and private medical institutes across the country. Only JIPMER and AIIMS will conduct their exclusive entrance exams.

JEE Mains 2017: Application Forms Out


JEE Main 2017 online application process has commenced from the 1st of December 2016. It is to be noted that these application forms can be filled and submitted via online mode only. The last date to apply for the same has been set as 2nd January 2017.
All the Indian students applying for the same must have Aadhaar card as they will be required to enter their Aadhaar card number at the time of filling the application form for JEE Main 2017. The candidate’s name, gender and date of birth shall be validated by the data available with Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). The application form shall not be accepted if these particulars do not match the data at UIDAI. In case, there is a mismatch in the information on the Aadhaar card and that present in the school records then the candidate must get it rectified immediately.
Joint Entrance Examination, a two tier examination conducted to give admission in engineering and architecture programs in IITs, NITs and some of the other top rated engineering institutes of the country, is one of the toughest competitive examinations. Rigorous hard work, determination and expert guidance are the key ingredients needed to get through it.

IIT-JEE Main 2017 Exam to be held on 2nd April; Aadhar card mandatory for registration

Engineering aspirants will have to provide their Aadhar Card number in order to register for JEE Main 2017. The JEE Main online registration will begin after CBSE announces the detailed notification on 1st December. JEE Main 2017 Exam will be held on 2nd April 2017. As per the notification provided on the website jeemain.nic.in, the CBSE confirmed the news stating that “All the Indian citizen candidates should possess AADHAAR card issued by UIDAI. At the time of filling application form of JEE (Main)-2017, the candidates will have to enter their AADHAAR number, name, date of birth & gender which will be validated with the UIDAI’s data. In case, these particulars do not match, the candidates will not be able to fill the application form for JEE (Main)-2017. Therefore, the candidates are advised to ensure that their AADHAAR card has correct details of their name, date of birth & gender as per school records. If there is some mismatch in these details, the candidates should immediately get it corrected in AADHAAR data or school records, as the case may be.”

Kota tutors are better than IIT-Kanpur professors


50% of the students at IIT-K who had studied at a coaching institute in Kota prior to joining IIT-K say they are worn out by the stress experienced at Kota. As many as 59% respondents say stress levels are higher in Kota than at IIT-K, which provides a comparatively relaxed environment.

All you need to know about IELTS

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) tests you on four levels to check your proficiency in the English language. Your ability to read, write, listen and speak is tested via this test. The exam is held to select people who aim to study or work in a country where English is used as a medium of communication. Nine bands of scale are used to assess the level of expertise from non-user through expert. ILETS is recognized by organizations across the globe for its reliability and high quality standards.

Habit of Forgiveness

Forgive text on hand design concept

It is rightly said, “Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace”. By forgiving, you do more good to yourself then to the other person as by doing this you let go of the hatred, grudges and anger. This way you let go of all the negative thoughts and energy surrounding you and ring in positivity. Here are more reasons to let go and forgive:

Is DLP Sufficient for IIT JEE / Medical preparation?

One question that often perplexes students preparing for competitive examinations such as JEE and medical is that whether it is sufficient to go for DLP (Distance Learning Program of any coaching) or should they opt for a proper coaching. Read through to know what exactly to expect from DLP and what will suit you best.

NCERT Suggests Students Should Be Taught In Their Mother Tongue till Class 8

The National Council of Educational Research and Training recently suggested that the students must be taught in their mother tongue till the 8th standard. The NCERT has given these inputs for draft national education policy of the reigning government.
The Human Resource Development Minister, Prakash Javadekar has invited suggestions from the various educationists and think tanks to come up with an effective policy. Besides the National Council of Educational Research, it has received inputs from NGOs, MPs, states, individuals and minority organizations. Workshop on the issue was conducted on the 10th of November to discuss the suggestions sent from various sources.
Some of the big shots who have given their word of advice on the matter include the Rajya Sabha MP and former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, Rajya Sabha MP Rajkumar Dhoot and MP Badruddin Ajmal. While Tendulkar has suggested that the curriculum should include an active sport that can be followed by every student, Dhoot on the other hand has advised that pre-schooling must be done away with so that children don’t get burdened by studies at an early age. He also suggested that the schools should not start early morning – not before 9: 30 am. MP Ajmal has suggested making yoga an optional subject and that the Muslim students should have the option of studying Arabic/ Urdu instead of Sanskrit.

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