JEE Main, conducted to select students for engineering and architecture courses in the top engineering colleges in the country, would be held on the 2nd of April (pen and paper based) and 8th and 9th April (computer-based) this year. Top 220,000 qualified candidates will be selected to appear for JEE Advanced. Here is a look at the JEE Main Result 2017 date, the procedure to check the same as well as other information related to the same.
Important Dates for JEE Main Result 2017 :
Mentioned below are the important dates for JEE Main Result 2017.
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Whether you are preparing for your CBSE board exams or for competitive examinations such as NEET or JEE, one thing that is common is that you require remembering formulas for CBSE, NEET & JEE. A host of formulas need to be learned to prepare well for maths, physics as well as chemistry and this often leads to confusion. If you are finding it hard to remember the formulas then the following tips and tricks should come handy :
- Write them Down
The government has approved over 4,000 PG medical seats in different medical colleges and hospitals across the country for the 2017-18 academic session. This has set a new record in the history of medical academics. With this, the total number of seats has increased to 35,117. Of the total increase, 2046 seats are in the medical colleges.
Talking about the same, the Union Health Minister, J.P. Nadda said, “In a huge boost to medical education in the country, over 4,000 PG medical seats have been approved by the Government of India in various medical colleges and hospitals for the academic session 2017-18, taking the total number of PG seats available to 35,117.”
Etoosindia believes in the concept of work hard and party harder. So even those of you who are appearing for your CBSE boards and JEE or NEET examinations, do squeeze in some time from your schedule to enjoy the colourful festival of Holi. ‘Coz as important as it is to study at this time it is equally important to take a break to refresh yourself.
Here’s wishing you all a colourful Holi filled with cheerful moments!
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National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Under Graduate (NEET UG) 2017 will be held in eight different regional languages namely – Assamese, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu and Oriya – in addition to English and Hindi.
“Under the directions of Health Minister J.P. Nadda, and after rigorous and extensive consultations with state governments about their examination pattern and other related aspects, it has been decided that the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) from AY 2017-18 will be conducted in following 8 languages,” said a statement.
Mathematics examination is quite tricky. Whether you are preparing for your CBSE Maths exam or IIT-JEE Mathematics, you must be particular about this subject as even a slight mistake can result in the entire answer going wrong. This is one subject that requires a lot of hard work and dedication. Here is how to nail mathematics in just 6 weeks.
1. Practice As Much As Possible
Unlike the other subjects that are mostly theory based, mathematics requires a lot of practice. The more you practice the more accurately and speedily would you be able to solve the problems in the exam. Refer to the guidebooks recommended by your teachers and solve as many questions given in them as you can.
Central Board of Secondary Education Class X and XII exams are one of the most crucial tests in a student’s life. The board exams 2017 are starting tomorrow and the building of tension and anxiety among all those of you appearing for the same is quite natural. However, the key is to stay positive and keep stress at bay.
Here Etoosindia is wishing all of you, all the very best for your upcoming exams. We hope you do exceedingly well and come out with flying colours. Shared below are a few tips that should come handy at this time:
International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide on the 8th of March every year to rejoice the cultural, social, political and economic achievements of women. The need for gender equality is emphasized by various social groups on this day.
Women, in every part of the world, have been oppressed and discriminated by the society since centuries. However, they have gradually become aware about their rights and are stepping out to make a mark in different fields. International Women’s Day is being observed since the early 1900’s. Here is a brief history about the same:
Failures are hard to cope up for most people. Many people get so devastated because of failures that they just stop trying while there are some who learn from their failures and become stronger and brighter. They work harder to achieve their goals and turn their failure into a happy experience. Here is how you too can make your failure a happy experience.
1. Part of Life
It is essential to remind oneself that success and failure are a part of life. Your failure to do something does not determine your personality. Thus, you do not have to take it personally. The key is not to give up. Keep trying and you will achieve your goal sooner or later.