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Koneru Lakshmaiah University Engineering Entrance Examination (KLUEEE) is conducted by Koneru Lakshmaiah University (KL University) to shortlist candidates for various B. Tech and B. Arch programmes offered by the university. This university level examination is conducted annually and receives numerous applications. Read on to know about the important dates related to KLUEEE 2018, its eligibility criteria as well as about the KL University:
Koneru Lakshmaiah University Engineering Entrance Examination 2018 Eligibility Criteria
Here is a look at the eligibility criteria for B. Tech courses:
- Candidates who have cleared JEE Main/ JEE Advanced/ Any State Level Engineering Entrance Exam in India will be eligible.
Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE 2018 Exam) is held to shortlist students for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in all the technical institutes/ colleges affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU). Admission is given on the basis of merit obtained in UPSEE.
UPSEE 2018 Exam Eligibility Criteria
Mentioned below is the eligibility criteria for the various courses under UPSEE . This is the criteria for admission to 1st year:
- Candidate must have cleared intermediate examination of UP Board or Class 12th or its equivalent with Mathematics and Physics as mandatory subjects.
CBSE has recently confirmed that the All India Senior Secondary Examination (AISSE) and All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) shall be held in March 2018. The CBSE board exam date 2018 sheet for both these shall be released by the 10th of January 2018. The date sheet for the practical exams shall be released first and this shall be followed by the written test date sheet.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has extended the time limit set for the correction of a student’s name, parent’s name, date of birth and other such details in their CBSE board exam mark sheet. While earlier the board gave the students merely one year after passing out, the limit has now been set to five years. The students can now apply for correction within five years after the declaration of their result. This applies for both Class X and XII students. The notification was issued on the 10th of November. This would not just be applicable for the cases registered from the next academic session but will also apply for the ongoing cases. This means that the cases that have already been submitted for correction after 2015 will also be considered under this new procedure.
Four schools in Jammu and Kashmir would reportedly be adopting the Central Board of School Education (CBSE) system in 2018 that is the next academic year. This is the first time that the Education Ministry of J&K has approved to get the CBSE system for any of its schools. “We have to have a start, our kids are losing for not having this”, said a senior education ministry official from the state.
The J&K State Board is being criticised since quite a long time mainly because of causing delays in updating the syllabus. The CBSE syllabus is revised from time to time to meet the education standards of the current times. The state has thus taken the decision to adopt the same.
The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna (KVPY) is held to shortlist students who are experts in the field of science and mathematics. Those who qualify in this tough exam are offered scholarship. It tests the candidates’ knowledge in four subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. It focuses on evaluating a candidate’s analytical skills rather than assessing his/ her factual knowledge. This competitive examination is conducted by Indian Institute of Science (IISc) each year.
The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) has issued a new assessment scheme for CBSE Class 10 board Exam for the coming session 2017-2018. Under this new scheme, CBSE shall conduct the exam for 80 marks and the remaining 20 marks shall be for the internal assessment. The board has given comprehensive instructions on the way the internal assessment needs to be divided among various activities. Here is a look at how the internal assessment has been bifurcated:
- Periodic Test: 10 marks
- Notebook Submission: 5 marks
- Subject Enrichment Activity: 5 marks
CBSE Class 10th Board New Assessment Pattern