Navneet Jethwani is among the most learned and talented faculties employed at Etoosindia. Known as the Chemistry wizard, he particularly specialists in Organic Chemistry. He has an experience of over 12 years and has worked with several reputed institutes such as Career Point, Bansal Classes and Gupta Tutorials of Kota and Indore.
He is glad to be a part of the Etoosindia team as by way of their online coaching he is able to provide coaching to engineering aspirants living in every nook and corner of the country. He has a unique style of teaching that helps the students grasp their lessons thoroughly. His online course is meant to clarify all your doubts related to organic chemistry and strengthen your fundamentals. Here are the topics covered in the course being offered by him:
Etoosindia is known for its pool of learned and experienced faculty members who are dedicated towards providing effective coaching to engineering and medical aspirants to help them nurture their dreams. Mr. Jitendra Hirwani (JARA HATKE) is among the top faculties employed at the institute. He is an expert in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. Besides being well-versed with his subject, this experienced faculty member constantly works towards deriving new and improved mechanisms of explaining concepts and preparing students for the Joint Entrance Examination.
Many students preparing for competitive examinations such as NEET and JEE opt for dummy schools during XI and XII standard in order to devote more time to studies. Several others continue with their regular schools, join coaching classes and study simultaneously for their CBSE Exams as well as their entrance examinations. Now, the question is whether joining a dummy school really helps?
What are Dummy Schools?
Before we identify whether or not one should join a dummy school, let us understand what these schools are all about. Dummy schools are basically those schools that give you attendance even if you do not attend the classes. You just require going to the school once a week or so.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is one of the toughest competitive examinations. The preparation period is quite stressful for the candidates and so is the examination time. Even those candidates who are well-prepared for the exam tend to feel anxious as they enter the examination hall. Here are a few tips to handle stress during the JEE Exam:
- Be Calm
Clear your mind of any negative thoughts as you enter the examination centre. Stay calm and positive. Practice deep breathing for a minute or two as you settle down and await the question paper. This will help in relieving stress and handling the paper better.
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Pune has finally released its time table for 2018 board examination. The time table is out for Secondary School Certificate Examination as well as Higher Secondary Certificate Examination 2018. Here are the details of the same for all those of you appearing in these examinations this year. Have a look and gear up:
Maharashtra Board Time Table 2018 for Class 10th
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally released the application forms for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) 2018. The application forms would be available from today i.e. 1st December 2017. The forms would be available up to 1st January 2018.
JEE Main 2018 Application Forms
Here is how and where to get JEE Main 2018 application forms and other details related to the same.
- In order to apply for the exam, the students must have the Aadhaar Card.
- The JEE Main 2018 application form shall be available only in online mode and need to be filled online only.
It is common knowledge that diabetic people require eating something within short intervals in order to keep their sugar levels intact. Such students often face problem during examinations. This is because they cannot have anything during this time. The stress level of most students is already quite high during the examination and coupled with low sugar levels it can have an adverse effect on their health. There have been cases wherein students have been on the verge of fainting.
National Institutes of Technology or NITs, as these are popularly known as, are known to be among the most prestigious engineering institutes in India. The admission to engineering and architecture courses in these institutes is given on the basis of the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main – the exam that also forms a basis for admission to the esteemed Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). While admission to any of these institutes is considered as the beginning of a prolific career for the students some of these institutes are more sought-after compared to others. Here is a look at the top NIT Colleges in India (in no particular order):
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.
Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) is conducted to provide admission in the top engineering and medical colleges in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. Admission to courses such as B. Pharm, BSc., B.E., BDS and B. Tech in some colleges is also done on the basis of this test. If you are planning to appear for EAMCET 2018 then the information shared here should come handy.
Registration Process and Exam Date EAMCET 2018