Call Us : 1800 180 6167  |  9214233303  |  9214233343

Email Us : support@etoosindia.com

Category: JEE Exam Info (page 1 of 10)

JEE Advanced 2017 – Exam Date


While you all may be busy preparing for Joint Entrance Examination (Main) [JEE Main], the Central Board of Secondary Education has announced the date for Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) [JEE Advanced] 2017. The exam shall be conducted on the 21st of May 2017. Paper 1 will be conducted from 9 am to 12 noon and Paper 2 shall be held between 2 pm and 5 pm on the same day. Both the papers are compulsory. The examination date would not be changed even if the day is declared a public holiday for some reason. Read on to find out about the other important dates/ details related to the examination.
JEE Advanced 2017 shall be held by seven zonal IITs guided by the Joint Admission Board (JAB) 2017. A candidate’s performance in this exam will be the deciding factor for his admission in the Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs in the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). JAB’s decisions would be final in all the matters pertaining to JEE Advanced 2017 as well as admission to IITs.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.”

Please follow and like us:

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.

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.

What is the Best All Day Timetable for Class 11th & 12th Students?

Class 12th is crucial for every student as its result determines their future to a large extent. Class 11th is equally important since it is essential to be clear with all the concepts learned in this class so as to understand those taught in the next. Students must ensure that they take their studies seriously from the beginning of the academic session itself so as to cover the entire syllabus thoroughly. In order to ensure this you must schedule your time efficiently. Let us help you prepare the best timetable to ensure you make the most of your time in these higher classes.
Since you have to attend your school and coaching classes simultaneously, you are not left with much time for self study. However, if you schedule your time properly it would be enough to cover your entire syllabus properly. Here is how you should time your schedule:

Properties of Mixtures

A mixture is basically a substance that contains two or more compounds or elements. These elements or compounds may be set in just any proportion and are such that these can be segregated by using easy mechanical technique.
Here are some examples of mixtures:

  • Alloys: Two or more metals such as steel, brass and bronze are brought together to build alloys.
  • Solids: Mixture is also formed when two solids such as salt and gravel are mixed together.
  • Gunpowder: It is a mixture of potassium nitrate, sulphur and coal.
  • Air: It is a mixture of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, oxygen water vapour and certain other substances.
Older posts

© 2017 ETOOS Education Pvt. Ltd.

Seo wordpress plugin by www.seowizard.org.