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Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Foods That Can Boost Your Brain

What you eat is what you become’ and the impact is not just physical. Your eating habits affect your mental health too. It is thus imperative to select your food cautiously. We have a wide variety of foods to choose from and each includes its own set of nutrients. Read on to find out about those food items that can particularly boost your brain power.

1. Broccoli
This healthful vegetable does as much good to your brain as it does to your physical health. Loaded with vitamin C, iron, calcium, fiber, beta-carotene, vitamin K and vitamin B, broccoli helps in proper circulation of blood and removes heavy metals that are harmful for the brain.

2. Tomatoes
Tomatoes contain a powerful antioxidant, lycopene which helps in protecting cells against damage and also fights dementia thereby ensuring brain health.

3. Pumpkin Seeds
Pumpkin seeds are rich in zinc that helps in improving memory as well as the power to think and analyse. Include a handful of these nutritious seeds in your daily diet and see the difference.

4. Blueberries
This small blue-coloured fruit safeguards the brain from oxidative damage and also helps reduce stress. Besides, rich in flavonoids, blueberries enhance the communication between neurons, sharpens memory and improves the cognitive function. Acai, goji berries and other dark berries also give a boost to the brain.

5. Whole Grains
Rich in fiber, omega 3 fatty acids and carbohydrates, whole grains protect the brain from sugar spikes and blood clots. These also contain good amount of B vitamins that help in improving the flow of blood to the brain that ensures proper functioning of the brain.

6. Nuts
Nuts such as walnuts and almonds are rich in vitamin B6, vitamin E and omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. These are known to safeguard the brain from free radicals and enhance its power. You can crunch them as it is or better still soak them overnight before you have them.

7. Legumes and Beans
Loaded with complex carbohydrates, legumes and beans promote steady supply of glucose to the brain thereby barring the risk of sugar spike. These healthful foods also contain foliate that is essential for proper functioning of the brain.

8. Fish
Oily fishes contain rich amount of omega-3 fatty acids as DHA and EPA. Keep your DHA and EPA levels intact for proper functioning of the brain by consuming oily fishes such as mackerel, sardines, trout, pilchards, salmon, kippers and herring.

Apart from these, flaxseeds, sun flower seeds, coconut oil, sage, walnut oil, soya bean, avocado, quinoa, red cabbage and spinach are also known to boost the brain power.

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Simple Yet Effective Preparation Tips for NEET-2 Students

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or NEET, as it is popularly known as, has been implemented to select students for admission to different medical and dental courses in some of the most reputed colleges across the country. For NEET 2, which is to be conducted on the 24th of July, CBSE is not only inviting applications from new candidates but is also accepting applications from those who have appeared in NEET Phase 1 but were unable to get through it. The exam is going to be tough and with just around two months left for it, you must prepare thoroughly. Here are a few simple yet effective tips to help you prepare efficiently:

1. Get the Syllabus Right
Before you begin your preparation for NEET 2, it is suggested to get complete information about the entire syllabus in order to understand its vastness as well as the kind of topics that are to be covered.

2. Spread the Syllabus Tactfully
Once you know what needs to be covered, it is time to spread it in a way that you are able to cover it all in the days left for the examination and also get enough time for revision.

3. Schedule Your Time
It is very important to prepare a schedule and stick to it. Preparing a weekly schedule is a good idea. Each day before going to the bed you must check if you have been able to meet the set goals or need to work harder. In case you are not able to meet them even after giving in your 100% then it is suggested to make changes in your schedule.

4. Give Mock Tests
Just mugging up chapter after chapter is not enough, you must ensure that you test your knowledge at every step. Take mock tests or solve previous years’ papers to know how much you have grasped.

5. Stay Fit
Have a well-balanced diet and take proper rest in order to stay fit throughout your preparation period. Do not compromise on your sleep. Also it is suggested to squeeze in some time for rejuvenation each day. You may indulge in activities such as jogging, cycling, swimming, yoga or the likes for this purpose.

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Students Reaction to JEE Advanced Paper 2016

While JEE Main had received mixed reviews, JEE Advanced, held on the 22nd of May, has largely been regarded as tough by students across the country. The paper conducted by IIT Guwahati was anticipated to have a tough mathematics section however those who appeared for it shared that the physics section was much more difficult.

Last years’ JEE Advanced paper, set by IIT Bombay, was said to be quite tough due to the change in pattern however this years’ paper is said to be tougher. Here is a look at how students from different parts of the country reacted on it.

Physics questions were the most difficult. The physics questions took a lot of time as well. There were so many tricky questions as well," shared Naman Wadhwa who scored 191 marks in JEE Main and qualified for JEE Advanced.

"This was my second attempt at cracking JEE and I didn't expect such difficult questions to be asked. The mathematics section in Paper I took comparatively more time than the Paper II sections. Overall, I found it quite difficult even though I was well prepared for the exam this time around", said engineering aspirant, Akshay Arora. “I found Maths to be very calculative though Chemistry was easy. Of course, the marking scheme is different from the previous years”, said Nitin, another engineering aspirant who appeared for JEE Advanced this year.

Atil Arora, a JEE coaching expert from Indore, said, “The students have given a feedback that the question paper was very tough compared to the previous year's question paper. Physics and Maths questions were tough for the students. However, the number of questions were less as compared to last year but the questions were lengthy”.

Nevertheless, there were students who shared that the paper wasn’t as difficult as they had expected. “I was expecting the paper to be more difficult but it was in some way a relief. Chemistry was pretty easy though maths took some of my time”, said Nishant who appeared for JEE Advanced on Sunday. Another candidate, Rahul also shared that, “I am expecting a good score. My target above 180. Yes, maths was a bit difficult but I was prepared well for it”.

Congratulations CBSE Class 12th Toppers Year 2016

Here’s congratulating the CBSE topper of the year, Sukriti Gupta. A student of Montfort School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi, Sukirti, obtained 99.4 per cent by securing 497 marks out of 500. Her score in Physics and Chemistry is 100 and she has obtained 99 marks each in Mathematics, English and Computer Science. An aspiring engineer, she wants to get admission in IIT Delhi.
Palak Goyal from Tagore Public School, Kurukshetra stood at the second position with a total of 495 marks (99%) - Hats off to your dedication and commendable performance.
Also join us to congratulate other CBSE toppers who nailed it this time:

  • Somya Uppal from St Theresa Convent, Karnal scored 99%
  • Ajish Sekar, a Science student from PSBB Secondary Senior, KK Nagar, Chennai scored 99%
  • M Gayatri from New Greenfield School scored 496 marks securing 99.2%
  • Mythili Mishra from Amity International School, B Arjun from Central School Pattom, Kerela and Saurabh Bambri from KRM World School, New Delhi scored 99% marks
  • Poonam Kumari from Happy Evergreen Senior Secondary School, Mahendergarh, Haryana, Gurwinder Singh Saini from Police DAV Public School, Jalandhar and S Nishok Kumar from DAV Senior Secondary School, Chennai scored 98.8%
  • Anshul Bhadauria, a humanities student from Manipal Public School, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh scored 98.6%
  • Next in line is Ayush Jain from St. Xavier School, Jaipur. He scored 98.4%
  • Harshita Sharma from Milton Public School, Agra made her parents proud by securing 98.2%
  • Saloni Maurya, a daily wager’s daughter, from St. Anjani’s Public School, Lucknow topped in her school. A science student, Saloni scored 97%.
  • Under the differently-abled category, Mudita Jagota topped the CBSE class 12th exams by securing 97% with a total of 485 marks out of 500.
  • Next in line under this category are Siddhartha Biswas with a total score of 484 marks and Rakshit Malik who secured 482 marks.

Girls have outperformed the boys yet again. Heartiest Congratulations to all of you and all the best for your future endeavors.

Sunday, 22 May 2016

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Friday, 20 May 2016

All the Very Best JEE Advanced Candidates

With JEE Advanced being just 1 days ahead, here’s wishing you all the very best for your big day. The anxiety and nervousness is bound to rise around this time however you need to stay calm and give your best shot. Though you may have read this time and again but here is a quick reminder of how to keep your calm at this crucial time in order to give your 100% in the exam:

  • Schedule each hour of the time you are left with and stick to it diligently. This way you will be able to move with proper planning and stay focused.
  • Keep all your books aside and stick only to your handwritten notes for quick revision.
  • Steer clear from junk food and ensure that you have a healthy well-balanced diet. This will help you stay energised and study better.
  • Squeeze in some time for self introspection. Practice yoga for a while. It is a great way to de-stress and stay calm.
  • Sleep on time a night before the exam and take a proper 8 hours sleep so that you wake up fresh the next morning.
  • Have a light breakfast on the day of your examination.
  • Do not revise your lessons as you head for your examination center.
  • Avoid indulging in any kind of discussion outside the examination hall as it may lead to confusion and anxiety.
  • Lastly, read the instructions carefully and begin with the paper.

We wish you good luck once again. Stay positive! If you really want it, you will certainly get it!

Thursday, 19 May 2016

IIT Guwahati to conduct JEE Advanced 2016

JEE Advanced 2016, which is just about 2 days ahead that is on the 22nd of May, is going to be conducted by IIT Guwahati. Like each year, 60% weightage has been given to the JEE-Main score and 40% to the board examination marks and based on it 2 lakh students have been shortlisted to sit for JEE Advanced this time round. Different IITs shoulder the responsibility of conducting JEE each year. IIT Guwahati, established in 1994, had last conducted JEE Advanced in the year 2009. While many of you may think that it doesn’t really matter as to who conducts JEE Advanced, the truth is that each institute has its own style of setting the paper. Going by IIT G’s past record, the maths section is likely to be the toughest.
IIT Bombay had conducted the test and carried out the admission process for last year. Held on May 24th, the paper alarmed students across the country due to the change in pattern. The paper did not include any single-correct multiple choice questions, all of them were multi-correct. The level of negative marking had also been raised. It would now be interesting to see how the paper is set this time.
The gates of the prestigious Indian Institutes of Technology will open for those who qualify in JEE Advanced. There are close to 10,000 undergraduate seats spread across 19 IITs. Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Kerela and Indian Institutes of Science Education & Research (IISERs) are among the other institutes that provide admission based on your score in JEE Advanced.

Top Pharmacy Colleges in India

India has a pool of talent when it comes to pharmacy and why not, it has some of the best pharmacy colleges in the world. Students from various parts of the country compete each year to get admission in different undergraduate and post graduate courses in these colleges. Here is a list of the top pharmacy colleges (in no particular order) in India that screen students at different levels to ensure that only the deserving candidates secure the seats.

  1. NIPER, Mohali
  2. Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Manipal
  3. University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University
  4. Jamia Humdard, Delhi
  5. JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysuru
  6. JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty
  7. Poona College of Pharmacy, Erandwane, Pune
  8. L.M. College of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad
  9. Pharmacy Group, BITS Pilani
  10. Bombay College of Pharmacy, Kalina, Mumbai
  11. Amrita School of Pharmacy, Kochi
  12. University College of Pharmaceutical Sci, Kakatiya University, Warangal
  13. Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering, IT-BHU
  14. Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, BIT Mesra, Ranchi
  15. Department of Pharmaceutical Sci, Dr. H.S. Gour University, Sagar, MP

3 Steps to Speedup Reading Skills

It has rightly been said that books are our best friend. If you develop the habit of reading, you will seldom feel lonely or bored. Books can be truly intoxicating but only if you develop a good pace at reading. If you think, people who can speed read are sharper or smarter than you then you are mistaken. It is a skill that anyone can acquire with little effort. Here are 3 simple techniques to help you speed up your reading skills.

Finger Guide
Allowing your finger to guide you through the words and sentences is the best way to keep a track of where you are. While just reading through the text, you may lose track and end up lowering your reading speed. Using your finger to guide you just as you did in your primary classes helps you remain focused and thus improves speed. The technique is often referred to as guiding the eye.

Focus on the Meaning
As you sit to read, you must first calm the various voices running in your head to concentrate completely on your reading. You must have noticed that while reading your focus is majorly on the sound of the words you read rather than on understanding the meaning of the text. This urges you to re-read the text thereby wasting a lot of your time. In order to develop a good pace at reading, you must focus on the meaning of the words instead. So the next time you read, don’t imagine the sound of the words rather focus on comprehending their meaning.

Avoid Re-Reading
You may have noticed that you often tend to re-read the text in an attempt to understand it better. This is one way you are lowering your reading speed. As stated in the aforementioned point, focus on comprehending the meaning of the words and sentences as you read. This way you will not have to re-read.

Benefits of Making Yoga compulsory in universities/ schools by HRD minister

The HRD Minister, Smriti Irani lately stated that schools and universities should have yoga as a compulsory part of the curriculum. It must be taught from pre-school to post graduation across the country. As per the plan, basic and advanced education in the mentioned subject would be imparted to cover different aspects so as to benefit the students to the maximum. Irani affirmed that making this addition in the curriculum would not put any extra burden on the students.
It would not only be taught to the students but will also form a part of the training module in teacher education programmes. This is because teachers need to be trained on it in order to meet the forthcoming requirement. Spilling details on the same, Irani shared, "We have prepared syllabus for teachers as well. One is diploma in yoga education, bachelors in yoga education and masters in yoga education".
While most of the educational institutes have welcomed this decision, many have questioned it too. If you too aren’t convinced with the idea then read on to find out the benefits of making it compulsory in universities and schools:

With the growing competition, the level of stress is also going up among the students. Practicing yoga would help the students de-stress and relax.

Boost the Power to Concentrate
With so many distractions around, the biggest challenge for a student these days is to stay focused. Practicing yoga regularly can boost your power to concentrate and stay focused.

Enhance Physical Health
Practicing yoga regularly helps build immunity and renders physical strength. This makes for a good enough reason to include it in the school/ university curriculum.

Improve Mental Health
Not just your physical health, Yoga also improves your mental health. It puts your mind at peace and helps curb problems such as depression, anxiety and insomnia among others.

An Additional Vocation
Besides rendering positive energy and shaping your personality better, making it compulsory also means you have yet another career path to choose from.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

JEE Advanced 2016 Important Instructions

JEE Advanced is just 2 days ahead and we are sure you already have all the required information related to it at hand. However, in case you want to be doubly sure about the same, here is a quick glance at the things you must know. Also mentioned here are a few important instructions to help you before and during the exam.

Let us begin by doing a quick fact check:

  • JEE Advanced 2016 will be conducted on the 22nd of May, which is the coming Sunday.
  • Paper 1 will be held from 9 am to 12 noon and Paper 2 will be conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm on the mentioned date.
  • The name and address of your assigned examination center is mentioned on your JEE Advanced 2016 Admit Card.
  • JEE Advanced result shall be announced on the 12th of June.
  • Electronic Devises including mobile phones, calculators and smart programmable watches are not allowed inside the examination center. Metallic objects are also prohibited.
  • The students are expected to be dressed in shirts/ T-shirts or kurtas and open-toed sandals. They can wear simple analog watch. Full sleeves clothes, big buttons, brooch, flower, shoes and high heels are not allowed. Also ornaments such as rings, bracelets and taweez are not allowed inside.
  • Small erasers, pencils and transparent black ball point pen are the only stationary items allowed inside.
  • You should report at your examination center before 7:30 am for Paper 1 and before 1 pm for Paper 2. Bio metric data collection will begin at 7:30 am for Paper 1 and at 1 pm for Paper 2.
  • The candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination hall once the exam begins.

 Now, here are some important instructions to help you manage stress and give your best shot:

  • With less than 2 days left for the exam, most of you might be just clueless on what to study and what to leave at this last moment. Do not panic. Just sit back and relax. You have already studied all that you had to. It is now time to run through the entire course quickly.
  • It is best to schedule every hour of the time left in a way that you are able to give a quick glance at the entire course. Follow your schedule diligently. This last round of revision is essential to retain all that you have studied until now.
  • This is not the time to juggle between books. You must strictly stick to your hand-written notes.
  • Avoid having oily, fried or sugary items at this time. Stick to a healthy, well-balanced diet to stay energized throughout the day.
  • Make sure you pack your bag with all the essential items well in time to avoid last minute hassles.
  • Check your examination center yet again and make arrangements to reach there on time.
  • Don’t stay awake until late on the night before the exam. Sleep on time and take a good 8 hours sleep to wake up fresh the next morning.
  • Wake up early to give a quick glance at the important topics and close your books thereafter.
  • Do not take your books or notes along as you head towards the examination center. It is time to relax. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths.
  • Steer clear from any negative talks or discussion going on outside the examination center.
  • Keep calm and don a positive attitude.
  • Read the instructions carefully as you receive the question paper and begin with it right away.
  • Take one question at a time and keep marking the answers quickly yet cautiously.
  • If a particular question seems to be taking more than the required time then it is alright to leave it and move ahead. You can come back to it once you are done with the rest of the paper.

Always remember, you can if you think you can. Good Luck!

Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Tips to Relax in Summer Vacation for Students

Summer vacation, the most awaited time of the year, is just around the corner and students are all geared up to make the most of it. While it is a good time to devote a few extra hours to your studies, it is equally essential to relax during this much-needed break. Here are a few ways to help you relax this summer:

1.Plan a Holiday
Get some respite from your mundane routine as well as the scorching heat by planning a holiday. Just pack your bags and set out to a hill station with your friends or family for a few days. It goes without saying that spending quality time with your dear ones at a tranquil place can be extremely relaxing.

2.Visit Your Friends
Call up those friends you haven’t met since a while and plan to meet them. There is nothing more relaxing than sitting with your friends and talking your heart out. And there is no better time to connect with them then these long vacations.

3.Follow Your Hobby
This is just the perfect time to follow your hobby. If there is something you have been longing to do since long then do it now. Join a professional hobby class or simply pursue your hobby at home.

Squeeze in some time to exercise every day. Hit the gym, go cycling, join swimming, play basketball or indulge in any physical activity of your choice. This would help you relax and unwind.

5.Try Something New
It is always a good idea to get out of your comfort zone and try something new. Go on that adventure trip you had been planning since long or speak to that estranged yet dear friend, try your hands in the kitchen, plan a surprise visit to your relatives’ place or just anything new. Trying new things boosts happiness.

6.Me Time
Take out some time to sit alone for self-introspection. Simply spend some time with yourself or practice meditation to know your inner strength. This is a great way to relax and boost your power to concentrate.

Friday, 13 May 2016

Best Books to Study Biology for AIPMT Exam Preparations

All India Pre-Medical Test or AIPMT, as it is popularly known as, is conducted to give admission in government affiliated dental and medical college. It is held at all India level and lakhs of students sit for it each year. This year round about 6.67 lakh students sat for AIPMT to compete for around 2500 MBBS and 400 dental seats.
This is one of the toughest medical entrance examinations and it requires proper guidance and utmost determination to get through it. It is thus important for you to seek coaching from a good institute and ensure enough time for self study and self assessment if you are seriously aiming to clear it.
AIPMT tests your knowledge in three subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Biology. If you are looking for guidance on the books you can refer for Biology then here are some of the best books available in the market:

  • Exploring Biology for Medical Entrances (Volume I and II) (English) 5th Edition
  • Trueman’s Elementary Biology, Vol I and II (English) 27th Edition
  • Trueman’s Objective Biology for Medical Entrance Examinations (Set of 2 Vols) (English) 2016 Edition
  • Objective Biology by S. Dinesh
  • Pradeep Publication’s Biology
  • NCERT Xtract – Objective Biology for Class 11 & 12, AIPMT, JIPMER, AIIMS, AMU, BHU, State PMTs 2nd Edition
  • GRB Bathla’s Publication’s for Biology
  • Genetics – Strickberger/ Vir Bala Rastogi
  • Physiology and Biochemistry – Salisbury & Ross/ Frit & Noggle
  • AIPMT Past Years’ Books

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Next Option After JEE Main 2016

As is the case every year, lakhs of students sat for the JEE Main exam this year as well. However, only 2 lakh among them will get a chance to appear for the JEE Advanced Exam 2016, scheduled for the 22nd of May, to secure a seat in one of the prestigious Indian Institutes of Management. What about the rest? Well, those who have cleared the JEE Main can still manage to secure a position in a good engineering college. Let us have a look at what exactly lies ahead for students belonging to both the categories.

Prepare for JEE Advanced
If you have made a position among the top 2 lakh students and qualify for JEE Advanced then it is time to prepare for the upcoming examination. There are around 10,000 undergraduate seats in 19 IITs. Other institutes that provide admission based on your score in JEE Advanced include Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, Indian Institutes of Science Education & Research (IISERs) and Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST), Kerela.
Stay positive and give your best shot to crack the exam and seek admission in your dream college.

Prepare for JEE Main Counselling
In case you don’t qualify for JEE Advanced but have cleared the JEE Main exam, it is time you get ready for centralized counselling to seek admission in a good engineering college. Those of you who have scored above 80-90 in your JEE Main exam have a good chance of participating in this counselling. CBSE will publish AIR on or before the 30th of June based on which you will be able to take part in the counselling. Those who perform well have a chance to secure a seat in the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs). Besides, many other institutes also provide admission based on the JEE Main scores.

Other Options
Certain states in India do not hold any entrance exam to fill their engineering seats and provide admission based on the candidates’ JEE Main Rank. More than 1,100 colleges in these states give admission on the basis of the candidate’s JEE Main rank.

Target Next Year
Those of you who do not want to settle for anything less than an IIT and are confident that you would be able to make it to the college of your choice if given another chance can consider appearing in JEE Main again next year. Seek expert coaching and prepare with utmost dedication to come out with flying colours.
A candidate can give JEE Main exam thrice.

JEE Advanced 2016 Exam Centres

JEE Advanced 2016 is just about 10 days ahead and those of you all engrossed in your studies should take some time off and have a look at the exam centre. JEE Advanced 2016 exam will be conducted in certain cities in India and Dubai. The centres have been divided into seven IIT zones namely, IIT Delhi Zone, IIT Bombay Zone, IIT Madras Zone, IIT Guwahati Zone, IIT Kharagpur Zone, IIT Kanpur Zone and IIT Roorkee Zone.
It is mandatory for the candidates to select three cities/ towns from the zone of their choice while registering online. Special codes allotted to each of these centres need to be used along with the name while applying for them. The zone wise list of these cities is given below:

IIT Delhi Zone
Delhi (North), Delhi (South), Delhi (East), Delhi (West), Delhi (Central), Gurugram, Faridabad, Jammu, Indore, Alwar, Sikar, Udaipur, Aligarh, Mathura

IIT Bombay Zone
Panaji, Ahmedabad, Bhavnagar, Bhuj, Rajkot, Surat, Vadodara, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Mumbai,, Nagpur, Nashik, Navi Mumbai, Pune, Ajmer, Barmer, Bhilwara, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Pali, Tonk

IIT Madras Zone
Hyderabad, Mahabubnagar, Warangal, Nellore, Tirupati, Vijayawada, Bengaluru, Mangaluru, Mysuru, Kochi, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram, Puducherry, Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai

IIT Guwahati Zone
Itanagar, Guwahati, Jorhat, Silchar, Gaya, Katihar, Muzaffarpur, Patna, Imphal, Shilong, Siligurim, Dubai

IIT Kharagpur Zone
Port Blair, Bokaro, Dhanbad, Jamshedpur, Ranchi, Vishakhapatnam, Bhilai, Bilaspur, Raipur, Bhubaneshwar, Rourkela, Gangtok, Agartala, Durgapur, Kharagpur, Kolkatta (North), Kolkata (Salt Lake), Kolkata (South), Krishnagar, Malda

IIT Kanpur Zone
Haldwani, Agra, Allahabad, Gorakhpur, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow, Bhopal, Gwalior, Jabalpur

IIT Roorkee Zone
Ambala, Kurukshetra, Panipat, Sonipat, Rohtak, Chandigarh, Palampur, Shimla, Amritsar, Bathinda, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Patiala, Dehradun, Haridwar, Roorkee, Bareilly, Noida, Gaziabad, Meerut, Moradabad, Varanasi

Efforts are made to assign the city of applicant’s choice however it may happen that another city in the same zone is allotted in certain cases. The request for change of centre/ city is not accepted in any case. The name and address of the assigned test centre is mentioned on the JEE Advanced 2016 Admit Card which can be downloaded from 11th May to 22nd May 2016.

It is important to know where your centre is well in time so as to make arrangements to reach there timely on the exam date.

Career options after 12th class

      Awaiting your class 12th results and still mulling over which field you should select to take your career in the right direction? There are numerous options to choose from. To make things easier for you we have compiled a list of the various courses students from different streams can pursue after clearing their 12th standard.

Science Stream
  • Bachelor’s in Science
  • Bachelor’s in Computer Application
  • B. Tech with specialization in various fields including Aerospace, Automobile, Bio-technology, Chemical, Dairy Technology, Electrical, Food Tech, Bioinformatics, Marine, Electronics and Telecom among others.   
  • IT
  • Engineering in different fields including Chemical, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Manufacturing Process and Automotive, Computer Science, Mechanical, Marine, Petroleum and Aeronautical Technology.
  • BBA
  • BA
Commerce Stream
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Management
  • B.Com (Hons)
  • B.Com (Professional)
  • B.A. (Fashion Communication)
  • Bachelors Degree in Mass Media
  • Charted Accountancy
  • Company Secretary
  • Cost and Work Accountant
  • Fashion Designing
  • Interior Designing
  • Fashion Technology
  • Law
  • Hotel Management
  • Bachelor in Commerce
  • Bachelor in Environment Management and Foreign Trade Management
  • Aviation and Hospitality Management
  • Accounting and Insurance
  • Banking and Finance
Arts Stream
  • B.A. (Hons) in different subjects including English, History, Psychology, Economics, Fine Arts, Political Science, Journalism, Social Work, Sociology, Mass Communication, Media and Communication, Apparel Design and Merchandising, Tourism, Humanities and Social Sciences, Social Work, Philosophy, Accessory Design, Marketing Management, Digital Film Making & Animation, Fashion Design and Textile Design.
  • B.A. LLB (Hons)
  • B. Arch
  • B. Des specializing in Accessory Design, Fashion Design and Textile Design.
  • B. Sc. In Electronics Media, Digital Art & Technology, Hospitality Studies, Mass Communication Journalism & Advertising, Animation, Fashion Designing & Apparel Designing, Interior Designing, Jewellery Designing & Management, Multimedia, Fashion Communication and Fashion Technology.

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Supreme Court states that candidate who appeared in NEET-I can appear in NEET-II

The students who appeared in the NEET phase-I examination can appear once again in Phase-II, scheduled for 24 July, if they have apprehension that they have not done well, the Supreme Court said in its order on Monday, even as it rejected pleas of state governments and minority institutions to allow them to hold separate entrance exams for MBBS and BDS courses. The top court also allowed candidates who appeared in the first phase of NEET on 1 May to reappear in the second phase slated for 24 July. Over 600,000 aspirants appeared for NEET I.On 28 April, the court had ordered NEET to be held in two phases—on 1 May for those who have applied for the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test and on 24 July for fresh candidates.Common all India test can't be held bad only because it affects the rights of states & pvt colleges. States can't conduct their own exams since Centre's regulation on NEET overrides states' law on separate exams.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

CBSE Results to be declared

The CBSE class 10th and 12th results are soon to be out and as is the case each year there is a lot of speculation about the result date. However, putting an end to all these speculations the board has finally announced the Class 10th result date for this year.
The CBSE class 10th result for 2016 will be announced on the 30th of May. The same can be checked on CBSE’s official websites i.e., cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.in. The steps to check the result are shared below for your reference:

  • Visit any of the aforementioned websites
  • Click the CBSE class 10th results 2016 tab
  • Key in your registration number, date of birth and name
  • Check your result
  • Download the PDF copy of your scorecard
  • Take a print out of the same
You can collect the hard copy of your result from your school later.
The class 12th is likely to be announced on the 30th of May or before that. The exact date for the same shall soon be announced. The procedure to check the result for class 12th is much the same as that mentioned above.
Watch this space to know the result date. We shall update you shortly.

5 Motivational Quotes for Students

With the growing competition these days it is essential to stay motivated to give your best shot. However, it is easier said than done. With the increasing sources of entertainment around it can get difficult to concentrate and stay motivated many a times. We have compiled a few motivational quotes to inspire you to stay motivated:

  • You don’t want to look back and know you could’ve done better.
  • The harder you work for something the greater you’ll feel when you achieve it.
  • The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.
  • If it wasn’t hard everyone would do it. It is the hard that makes it great.
  • Don’t stop when you are tired; Stop when you are done.

Sunday, 1 May 2016

JEE Advanced 2016 Registration Procedure

IIT JEE Result 2016 is out and we would like to begin by congratulating all those of you who have made a place among the top 2 lac students. It is now time to complete the registration procedure for JEE Advanced and work harder for the next level in order to seek admission in your dream college. All your doubts and apprehensions about the registration process will be clear after reading the information shared.
The registration for IIT JEE Advanced 2016 will commence from tomorrow, the 29th of April and end on the 4th of May. The application form for the same will be available at the JEE Adv official website. The web page for the application has already been launched however the same will be functional from tomorrow. The forms shall be available only in the online mode. Only those who have cleared the JEE Main exam and fulfil all the other eligibility conditions may apply for the same.
The procedure for registration is simple. Just follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Login and provide basic data including your choice of language for the question paper and your choice of city for the examination center.
  2. Upload the scanned copies of all the required documents.
  3. Deposit the Registration Fee.

Quick Tip: Read all the instructions carefully before filling up the application form and go through the information you enter before clicking the submit button to avoid any kind of error and unnecessary hassle at this crucial time.
It is suggested to seek online JEE coaching such as that provided by Etoosindia.com to come out with flying colours in JEE Advanced. The firm has tie-up with the top JEE faculties from Kota and trains you thoroughly for the exam.

Tips for JEE 2016-17 candidates to Stay Motivated

If you are planning to give JEE 2017 then you sure have ample time to study. You must make the most of this time so that you do not only cover your syllabus on time but also get enough time for revision and to test your knowledge. Here are some tips and tricks that shall help you utilize your time efficiently and keep you motivated all through:

  1. Prepare a Schedule
    Take a piece of paper and prepare a schedule. Make a rough draft to have an idea of how you should spread your syllabus over the year in order to complete it well in time. Once done, prepare your weekly schedule keeping all your important commitments in mind and stick to it diligently. It is suggested not to try to move very fast with the syllabus rather you should set goals that are achievable.
  2. Review Your Schedule
    Review your schedule at the end of each day to ensure that you have done all that you were required to. If you aren’t able to follow the plan even after giving your 100% then it is time to revise it.
  3. Prepare Notes
    Don’t just read and mug up your lessons. Keep preparing notes side by side. This will not only help you memorise your lessons more thoroughly but also improve your writing speed and give you a ready reckoner for revision.
  4. Revise
    Revise and re-revise all the topics side by side to retain them well. While revising, especially during the last few weeks, it is suggested to stick to your hand written notes.
  5. Give Mock Tests
    Mock tests such as the ones available on Etoosindia.com help test your knowledge. Give as many of these tests as you can to know how much you have grasped. You may even solve previous years’ papers or sample papers for this purpose.
  6. Lay Stress on the Important Part
    Even though you should learn the entire syllabus thoroughly and avoid leaving out any portion, it is suggested to lay more stress on the topics that carry more weightage.
  7. Sleep Well
    Do not, at any cost, compromise on your sleep. It is necessary to take a sleep of 6-8 hours every day in order to stay in good health and concentrate better.
  8. Eat Right
    Do not hog on that packet of chips or cookies as you sit to study. Replace it with nuts or fresh fruits. Have a balanced diet full of various micronutrients to stay energised throughout the day. Avoid oily, fatty and sugary food items as they tend to make you lethargic.
  9. Rejuvenate
    Squeeze in some time each day to relax and rejuvenate. Indulge in any activity of your choice to refresh yourself. It can be swimming, skating, cycling, talking to a friend, jogging or just anything that helps you relieve stress.
  10. Keep Yourself Motivated
    Read motivational quotes to stay determined. It is a good idea to write few of these on a piece of paper and stick it on your desk. Here are a few of these to boost your motivation:

  • A river cuts through a rock not because of its power but its persistence.
  • It always seems impossible until it’s done.
  • Push yourself because no one else is going to do that for you.
  • Wake up with determination and go to bed with satisfaction.
  • Discipline is just choosing between what you want now and what you want most.