Tips to crack AIPMT Exam

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Preparing for a medical entrance exam like AIPMT requires a systematic training and studying on a regular basis. You are going to become a Doctor, and a future Doctor requires accuracy, hard work and in particular, Practice.

Here are the tips to crack AIPMT with success:-

Study NCERT books

You should thoroughly study NCERT books (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology). You should concentrate more on the method of preparation, and especially books of 11th and 12th standard. Revise the whole syllabus frequently, and you can also take help of some expert-recommended books for cracking AIPMT 2016. You should be clear about the AIPMT syllabus. Try to focus on important topics, and cut down on extra information.

Solve previous years’ AIPMT question papers

Solve all the previous year question papers of AIPMT. Focus on the topics, exam pattern and also consider question papers of other exams like JIPMER, AIIMS, etc. Chances are that you will appear for medical entrance exams other than AIPMT. A varied practice will help you understand the trend of questions papers asked in the medical entrance exams.

Solve MCQs from reference books

Solve MCQs of all subjects from reference books on a daily basis. Keep in mind, practice is the key to success and getting merit position in any of the all India entrance exam. Always be particular about your books, topics, and method of preparation. You can also take regular mock tests in your coaching institutes, but they should be at least twice a week. Focus on your mistakes, correct them and never repeat them. Check out SuccessCDs MCQ MBBS Entrance Question Bank CD

Regular revision

Both regular and daily revision is required for the preparation of AIPMT. You should never leave revision for the last month before the exam. Keep revising on all the subjects, especially the particular topics that you tend to forget. For the topics that require formulae, you can make flash cards to help in revision, and if you understand the derivation of a certain formula, it becomes easier to remember it.

Recognize your strengths and weaknesses

Medical entrance test preparation requires hard work and improving your mistakes on a daily basis. Keep a notebook, note down your mistakes, correct them and never repeat them. Whenever you take an assessment, you will get a report of how you performed. This provides a direct recognition of the areas you are good at and the areas you should improve in. With a fresh mind, work on your weaknesses, and always focus and build on your strengths. Starting something entirely new just a month ahead of the AIPMT exam is not appropriate.

 

AIPMT 2016 exam pattern

The AIPMT 2016 consists of one paper containing 180 multiple-choice questions (four options with single correct answer) from the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The questions are required to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Blue/Black Ball Point Pen only. The duration of AIPMT 2016 will be three hours. Each question carries 4 marks, and for each correct response, the candidate will get 4 marks. For each incorrect response, one mark will be deducted from the total score.

Strive hard with a positive attitude. Believe in yourself; believe that you can crack the AIPMT 2016 exam. And it works! All the best dear students!

 

Application process for India’s largest Entrance Exam (JEE Mains 2015) for Engineering Admissions starts

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The application Process for JEE Main 2015 , India’s single largest Entrance Exam For admission to Undergraduate Courses in premier Engineering Colleges started on November 7, 2014 and the last date for applying online is December 18, 2014

The Aspirants can download the INFORMATION BULLETIN from JEE MAIN 2015 website http://www.jeemain.nic.in

It may also be noted that JEE main is also an Eligibility Test for JEE ADVANCED, which is an entrance test for admission to BTech courses in IITs/ISM Dhanbad

Aspirants can apply for JEE Main online only on JEE Main website after following the simple process

Other than National Institutes of Technology (NITs), IIITs and other Centrally funded Technology Institutes (CTFIs), ther are many Private Premier Engineering Colleges in India , Which Conduct admissions through JEE Main Scores

More  Info – JEE Main 2015 Notification and Dates

Admission Procedure of MBBS in AIIMS

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We received this Question by one of the visitors as to what is the Admission Procedure for MBBS Courses in AIIMS?

Here is the Answer to the Query:

All India Institute of Medical Sciences conducts an MBBS Entrance Exam for admission to Bachelor course in Medicine (MBBS) in AIIMS New Delhi and other new AIIMS Institutions in India. The students need to score high merit in the entrance test for getting admission in the AIIMS.

The candidates seeking admission to MBBS course in AIIMS need to fill the application form and pay the application fee before the last date. The candidates can apply online at www.aiimsexams.org. The registration for online application for MBBS admissions in AIIMS starts every year in the month of March and ends in April.

The applicants need to complete all the steps of online submission of application which involve Registration, uploading of images, payment of fees and registration slip. SBI bank challan can used to for the payment of fee at the nearest SBI branch. Once the bank approves the payment the candidates can take the print of the registration form.

Eligibility: The candidates should have attained or will attain the age of 17 years and passed 12th class with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology and with 60% marks (50% for SC/ST candidates) in aggregate.

The Candidates are advised to visit the AIIMS website regularly for the Prospectus, detailed instructions and online Registration and any subsequent Addendum/corrigendum/ Information.

Benefits of a Ph.D Degree

If you are thinking about taking up a PhD level course then let me tell you , it is amongst the most honored degrees not only in India but also abroad. It provides the most stable base for careers, the PhD degree can be considered to be a good qualification in the career graph. This is because; it points the candidates to the right direction. Although it is time consuming but at the end it’s worth it.

 No matter what you’re going through, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel and it may seem hard to get to it but you can do it and just keep working towards it and you’ll find the positive side of things. (Demi Lovato)

Many institutes in India offer the five year PhD programs, whereas the six-year Integrated MS-PhD programs are available only at  a handful of places . Typically the competition for the seats available is high due to a perceived exclusivity of these programs. See PhD Admissions 

The benefits of a PhD degree

  • Individuals will have an in-depth idea about the subject they have chosen to specialize.
  • This knowledge of theirs will be very much useful for them in their careers.
  • Individuals will be able to help others as well. The practical as well as theoretical idea they have can be used to assist others.
  • Candidates will be able to get jobs almost easily.
  • Due to deep study the candidate develops a good aptitude.

Career Aspects after PhD

  • An individual will have numerous career choices.
  • It will also be possible for him to get a higher salary.
  • One of the best perks of the PhD degree is that the person who has this degree will have a good status in the society. 
  • d holder is respected wherever he goes.

PhD is meant to give you a jump start. One is required to have a well-developed sense of breaking down any complex scientific problems into small manageable bits, on-demand problem solving, self-motivation and focus.

Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your picture begins to lighten up. (Allen Klein)

SBI Probationary Officers 2015 recruitment process

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SBI has a glorious history of more than 200 years. State Bank of India stands as the proxy for the Indian Economy. The Bank has customer centric approach. It believes in the quality of its people and their efforts and therefore takes continuous initiative for hiring the best talent and ensuring their development, motivation and growth.

The Bank offers excellent career opportunities to dynamic individuals.

Probationary Officers

This is the Junior Management Level direct entry point for dynamic young graduates. A Probationary officer gets exposed to challenging assignment as also gets the opportunity to involve in nation building developmental activities. The opportunities include working in Personal banking, Rural Banking, Credit, Forex, Treasury etc.

 Academic Qualifications:

Candidates must be a graduate in any discipline from a recognised University or any equivalent qualification recognised as such by the Central Government.
Those who are in the Final year/Semester of their Graduation may also apply provisionally subject to the condition that, if called for interview, they will have to produce proof of having passed the graduation examination on or before 01st September 2015

Candidates having integrated dual degree (IDD) certificate should ensure that the date of passing the IDD is on or before 01st September 2015

State Bank of India PO 2015 Selection Procedure

Phase-I (Preliminary Exam)

Preliminary Examination consisting of Objective Tests for 100 marks will be conducted online; this test would be of 1 hour duration consisting of 3 Sections

Phase- II (Main Exam)

Main Examination will consist of Objective Tests for 200 marks and Descriptive Test for 50 marks

Both the Objective and Descriptive Tests will be online.

Immediately after completion of Objective Test, Descriptive Test will be administered

Phase-III (Group Discussion) (20 marks) & Interview (30 marks)
The aggregate marks of candidates qualifying in both the Objective Tests and Descriptive Test will be arranged in descending order in each category; adequate number of candidates in each category, as decided by the Bank will be called for Group Discussion and Interview

The qualifying marks in Group Discussion &Interview will be as decided by the Bank

Final Selection

The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination (Phase-I) will not be added for the selection and only the marks obtained in Main Exam (Phase-II) will be added to the marks obtained in GD & Interview (Phase-III) for preparation of the final merit list

The candidates will have to qualify both in Phase-II and Phase-III separately. Marks secured by the candidates in the Written Test (out of 250 marks) are converted to out of 75 and marks secured in Group Discussion & Interview (out of 50 marks) are converted to out of 25

The final merit list is arrived at after aggregating converted marks of Written Test and Group Discussion & Interview out of 100 for each category. The selection will be made from the top merit ranked candidates in each category

Check out SBI Probationary Officer Recruitment notification 2015

An overview of All India Pre Medical Test 2015

The All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) happens to be India’s most important medical entrance examination for undergraduate medical programs because it allows aspiring candidates the chance to secure a seat in some the country’s best medical colleges. Like the past few years, CBSE will once again assume the responsibility of administering the exam with transparency and flawlessly. The board has already made available the details of the AIMPT 2015 and here’s a brief overview of what you should know before getting started with the application process. CBSE has advised aspiring candidates to carefully go through the information bulletin available for download on the official AIPMT website. Online submission of forms can also be done by visiting the same website  Also, after the online application form is submitted, the candidates are strictly advised to retain at least three print outs of the confirmation page of online application. Apart from that, the candidates should also retain scanned copies of their photographs. The email ID and mobile number used in the application form should be candidate’s own because the CBSE will be sending important information and updates regarding the exam by SMS and email only. All candidates in the age group of 17 to 25 years (as of December 31, 2015) will be eligible to sit in the exam. The upper age limit, however, is relaxed by five years for candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe and Physical Handicapped categories. Students from Andhra Pradesh, Telengana and Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for the 15 per cent all India quota. All candidates must be either Indian citizen, or Overseas Citizen of Indian (OCI). To be eligible for admission on the basis of score received in the AIPMT, the candidate must have passed his or her 12th (or equivalent) with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Bio Technology. Those appearing in their 12th (or equivalent) can also sit in the examination, but they will have to furnish the details of their performance in the exam within a pre-specified period. AIPMT 2015 will be based on one paper comprising 180 multiple choice objective type questions. Equal weightage will be given to Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Each candidate will be provided with a machine generated question paper and he/she will have to select the correct answers from the list of available options using a ball pen. Candidates are allowed to choose either English or Hindi as their preferred language. Those who want to take the test in English will receive the test booklet in English only. On the other hand, those who choose Hindi will be given the test booklet in both English and Hindi. Admit cards for the exam will be issued online through the AIPMT website from April 1, 2015. CBSE has already made it clear that it won’t be sending physical copies of the admit card by post. Also, the board won’t issue duplicate copies of candidates’ admit cards at the exam center under any circumstance. Candidates are required submitting three of their preferred exam centers while submitting the application form. While, efforts will be made to allot a center in one of the places selected by the candidate, CBSE reserves the right to allot a different center outside candidate’s personal choices. The exam will be held on May 3, 2015 from 10:00 am to 01:00 pm. The schedule announced by the board will remain unchanged even if a public holiday is declared on the given date. The questions asked in the exam will be based on the common syllabus recommended by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The results are likely to be announced on June 5, 2015. The score cards will be made available for download on the official AIPMT website. The OMR answer sheets will be made available on the AIPMT website on any three days between May 20, 2015 to May 25, 2015. CBSE has advised aspiring candidates to keep visiting the website http://www.aipmt.nic.in from time to time for updates.

UGC directs universities to introduce UG courses in line with CBSEs new academic subjects

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has notified the Universities under it to take action and pave way for new courses at undergraduate level in order to accommodate students who had opted for various new academic subjects at Senior Secondary level (classes XI and XII) introduced by the Central Board of Secondary Education in some of the previous sessions.

In the notice, Dr. Shakeel Ahmad, Deputy Secretary, UGC, notified all the Vice-Chancellors of universities to “take appropriate action for recognition of these new subjects for the purpose of admission of students in degree programmes.” He also mentioned that it is important that the new subjects “find a reflection in the subjects already being offered at the graduate level in various Educational Institutes.”

The Central Board of Secondary Education had introduced various new academic subjects at Senior Secondary level (Classes XI and XII) which included:

  • Knowledge Tradition and Practices of India
  • Legal Studies
  • Human Rights and Gender Studies
  • Theatre Studies
  • NCC
  • Heritage Crafts
  • Graphic Design
  • Creative Writing and Translation Studies
  • Functional English
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Bio-technology
  • Fashion Studies
  • Mass Media Studies

The above mentioned subjects have been introduced by the CBSE keeping the industry and employ-ability avenues in mind.

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