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What is the cut-offs of JEE Main Exam


  Updated on : 22/11/2017

 by : Admin

JEE or Joint  Entrance Exam Main is the most popular Engineering Entrance Exam. It is conducted to offer admissions to candidates in Undergraduate Engineering programmes in all the Engineering Universities and Colleges except NITs (National Institutes of Technology), IIITs (Indian Institutes of Information Technology). JEE Main exam is also the eligibility test for JEE Advanced which is the entrance exam to secure admissions in programmes which is offer by 16 IITs NITs and Indian School of Mines (ISM). The top 224,000 score holders in JEE Main are only eligible to apply for JEE Advanced exam. Every year, over 12 lakh candidates appear in this national level engineering entrance test. JEE Main Exam cut-offs are released after the JEE Main exam results are out. Cut-offs are made according to toughness of the paper, number of Candidates appeared for JEE Mains, and it varies from low to high. Cut-offs are also made to limit the admission. JEE exam generally are of moderate level still it is the toughest one in comparison to other Engineering Entrance Exam. Though the question pattern derives from 11- 12 level syllabus of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, still the questions goes upto the toughest  level. Nearly 10 to 11 lakh students appeared for the exam (though vary every year) almost every year where only nearly 20,000 candidates could clear the examination. As per the new eligibility, in order to be considered for admissions, candidates must secure either 75% aggregate marks (General Category) and 65% percent (Reserved Category) in the qualifying examination or they have to be in top 20 percentile in their respective class 12th/equivalent qualifying examination board.JEE Main Exam cutoffs for appearing in JEE Advanced, for the admission of NIT, IIT was for General category(81) students while the cutoff for OBC(49), SC(32), ST(27) and PwD (1)students, respectively. For further information, please contact our Experts.demo

List of Engineering Entrance Exams apart from IIT JEE & AIEEE


  Updated on : 21/11/2017

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Engineering is one of the most demanding and favourite courses among the students specially after their 12thclass. It is one of the most sought career fields in India. There are lots of job opportunities which invites engineering students to join them. Engineering has various fields to study such as civil, IT, CSE, mechanical, mining, automobile, petroleum, etc. But to get admission into different Engineering colleges in India the candidates need to  clear ano of National/State/university level entrance exam. There are many entrance exams organized in India to give admission into various engineering programmes. Among all JEE examination is regarded as the toughest one. Beside JEE there are also other national, state level and university level engineering entrance examinations which are considered for admissions in top colleges of the country. The top entrance exams are listed as following:GATE GATE referred as Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering. It is a national level engineering entrance exam organized by IITs & IISC rotationally.  It is a perfect gateway for those aspirants seeking admissions in postgraduate engineering courses offered by top colleges of the country. IIT JAM Joint Admission Test for M.Sc (IIT JAM) is a national level entrance test. It is managed by various IISc or IITs on rotation basis. After clearing this exam, candidates will get eligible for admissions M.Sc-M.Tech.ICAR AIEEA Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) conducts the AIEEA (All India Entrance Examination for Admission) examination. This examination is organized for admissions in UG, PG & doctoral programmes in the engineering, agriculture and other fields. Besides the above National Level examinations there are also many state level examination that are conducted for the engineering admission in different colleges and universities of the respective state. Some of the top and well known exams are: WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination )UPSEE ( Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination)UKSEE ( (Uttarakhand State Entrance Exam))TANCET ((Tamilnadu Common Entrance Test))REAP (Rajasthan Engineering Admission Process)Punjab JET (Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training, Chandigarh)OJEE (Odisha Joint Entrance Examination )MPPPT (Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board)KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) JKCET (Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test)There are also many University/college level examination being conducted in different parts of India for providing admission into different Engineering programmes. Some of such exam are listed below: BITSAT (Birla Institute of Technology Engg. Entrance Exam)VITEEE (VIT University Engg Entrance Exam)SRMJEEE (SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination) AEEE (Amrita Engineering Entrance Examination )MU OET (Manipal University Online Entrance Test )LPU NEST (Lovely Professional University National Eligibility and Scholarship Test)SET (Symbiosis Entrance Test)KIITEE (Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology Entrance Exam)NIFTCUCET (Central Universities Common Entrance Test)demo

Is JEE the toughest engineering exam in India


  Updated on : 18/11/2017

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Engineering as a career has attracted students in India in a large way and a large number of aspirants taking the engineering exams are testimony to this fact. Engineering is a multi-disciplined field with new disciplines and branches being added with the advancement of science and technology. Though in the modern days a number of new fields has been added, but the basic engineering disciplines remains in the field of  Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Aerospace engineering.The students gets admission into the different engineering courses through  a number of national/state/university level entrance examination. Among all the examination JEE Exam (Joint Entrance Test) is the most important and challenging examination. JEE exam is of two types; JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Almost every engineering college and institute accepts the scores of JEE mains conducted by CBSE. But to get admission into the IIts and NITs  the candidates needs to clear JEE Advanced conducted by any one of  IIT for which to clear JEE main is mandatory. The JEE Main exams can be attempted for three succeeding years. The JEE Main exam is on the same lines of the CBSE Class 11 and 12 Physics, Chemistry and Math syllabus. Generally the difficulty level of the test is of  medium level.Normally Physics and mathematics section are little tough than the Chemistry, though may vary year to year. In the last exam in 2017 also these two section was tough than chemistry. Nearly 10 t 11 lakh students appeared for the exam (though vary every year) almost every year where only nearly 20,000 candidates could clear the examination. When we come to  JEE Advanced exam it can be attempted for only two consecutive years. The syllabus of the two exams also differs from JEE Main.  The JEE Advanced requires a few extra topics to be covered for the exam along with 5 the JEE Main syllabus. To answer the JEE Advanced questions, the candidates must have in-depth knowledge of the concepts and their applications. Speed and accuracy is focused on in JEE Advanced exams. Though the JEE Advanced exam are generally of moderate level, but the difficulty level of the JEE advanced exam is little higher than the JEE mains. Approximately  15 lakh students appears for the exam every year, only 1.5 lakh could clear the exam. For more information regarding the details of the examination please contact our experts. - Ask Our Expertsdemo

What are the career option in Engineering after 12th


  Updated on : 17/11/2017

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It is a Most important question among the students after passing 12th that which discipline they should choose or go for their next career. Engineering  can be regarded as one of the excellent option as the demands of engineering is very high in the present day society. The students who are willing to take admission in an engineering programme can opt for  B.E., B.Tech or B,Arch. The different core branches of the bachelor programme in  engineering discipline includes the following: Mechanical Engineering.Electrical Engineering.Civil Engineering.Chemical Engineering.Architecture.Computer Science. The candidates aspires to get admission into the different engineering courses through entrance examination. The Engineering colleges in India gives admission into different courses through National level Common Eligibility Test like JEE Exam or state level common eligibility test like EAMCET (Andhra Pradesh Common Entrance Test ), CEE (Delhi Combined Entrance Examination) etc. The candidates also can get admission into the course in most of the best colleges who conducts their own entrance exam like Aligarh Muslim University Engg Entrance Exam (AMU EEE), Birla Institute of Technology Engg. Entrance Exam (BITSAT) etc.The career of the candidates pursuing their study in Engineering field is very wide. Now a days, India possesses a number of various type of industries and companies for which it is needing skilled engineers or experts. After doing Bachelor programme in engineering, one can find jobs in equipment companies, automobiles companies, manufacturing sectors and process industries, computer and information technology companies, shipping industry, chemical, pharmaceutical industries and many more. They can build their career in academics and research institutes. Various arms of the public sector, such as civil services, forest services, railways, telecom, are also open for engineering graduates.In the below table a list of job industry, job role and minimum average salary for each core engineering disciplines are given: Name of the DisciplineCareer Area/IndustriesJob Role/PositionRange of Expected minimum PackageMechanical EngineeringAutomobile and auto part manufacturersAerospace industryVarious Government sector undertakingsAviation companiesSteel plantsThermal plants and gas turbine manufacturersAir conditioning and refrigeration industryShipping industryEngineering consultancies, Armed forcesAutomotive engineerBiomedical engineerConsultingHeating ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) engineerNuclear engineerRobotics engineerTeachingINR 25,000- 45,000*Electrical EngineeringElectronicsPower generationOil and gasMarineMaterials and metalsPharmaceuticalsConstructionDefenceTelecomsChemicalRailwayAerospaceAutomotiveUtilitiesElectronic EngineerAssociate Electrical EngineerTool Instal Electronic EngineerSupreviorResearcherTeacherINR 25,000- 50,000*Civil EngineeringConsulting and Engineering Design Industry.Biotechnology Industry.Medical Equipment Industry.Pharmaceutical Industry.Highway/Bridge Design Industry.Environmental Industry.Manufacturing Industry.Construction EngineerGeotechnical EngineerStructural EngineerTransportation EngineersINR 20,000-30,000*Chemical EngineeringChemicals manufacturing industriesPetroleum industryFood industryElectronics industryRubber industryTextiles industryPaper & Pulp industryAerospace industryPlastic industryCement industryPublic sector unitsFertilizer industryChemical engineerEnergy engineerNuclear engineerPetroleum engineerProduct/process development scientistAnalytical chemistEnergy managerManufacturing engineerMaterials engineerMining engineerProduction managerQuality managerINR 20,000-60,000*ArchitectureConstructionDesigning IndustryTechnician IndustryArchitectINR 45,000-80,000*Computer ScienceDatabase managementEmbedded systemsITTelecommunicationMultimediacomputer hardware & software implementationcomputer hardware & software maintenancegaming, web designing and other related industries.ProfessorComputer ProgrammerSystem DesignerSoftware DeveloperEngineering Support SpecialistAcademic Research EditorE-Commerce SpecialistData Warehouse AnalystSoftware EngineerINR 40,000 to 80,000**Note: The salary structure has referred from Indeed and Payscaledemo

Which are the top Engineering Colleges in India


  Updated on : 16/11/2017

 by : Admin

When we talk about ‘the best’ what we mean actually is a reputed college, who has a very good impact on the market. So that  after passing out from that college, one can land up in a reputed company with a good package. So the best revolves around this concept only. Little bit possibility is that a good institution can teach or it can  provides an idea about the next, and prepares one accordingly. Though, IITs colleges are regarded as the top most Engineering colleges in India, yet the students also can opt for the other best colleges. Below table can provide you with an idea about the colleges(including IITs, govt as well as private colleges) fees structure and the approx. salary graduates land up after their degree.Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India Rank Name Location Median Salary of Graduates Course Fee (₹) 1 IIT, Madras Chennai 10 lakh 1,12,463 2 IIT, Bombay Bombay 8.8 lakh 1,10,876 3 IIT, Kharagpur Kharagpur 11.02 lakh 1,36,076 4 IIT, Delhi New Delhi 12 lakh 1,15,300 5 IIT, Kanpur Kanpur 14.7 lakh 1,11,642 6 IIT, Roorkee Roorkee 9 lakh 1,11,380 7 IIT, North Guwahati Guwahati 12 lakh 1,07,650 8 Anna University Chennai 5 lakh   9 Jadavpur University Kolkata 5.6 lakh   10 IIT, Hyderabad Hyderabad 7.2 lakh 1,11,850 11 NIT, Tiruchirappalli Tiruchirappalli 7.1 lakh 72100 12 NIT, Rourkela-Rourkela Rourkela 7 lakh 88000 13 Vellore Institute Of Technology (VIT) Vellore 3.3 lakh 1.98 lakh 14 Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai 5 lakh   15 IIT, Indore Indore 9 lakh 1,25,650 16 BITS Pilani Rajasthan 9.03 lakh   17 Indian Institute Of Engineering Science And Technology, Shibpur Howrah 6 lakh 40000 18 IIT, Bhubaneswar Bhubaneswar 6.5 lakh 1,13,200 19 IIT Patna Patna 8.5 lakh 1,10,000 20 Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi 7.75 lakh 38090 21 IIT Ropar Rupnagar, Punjab 8.2 lakh 1,10,650 22 NIT, Surathkal Karnataka 7 lakh   23 IIT (Indian School of Mines) Dhanbad, Jharkhand 7.5 lakh   24 College of Engineering, Pune (CoEP) Pune 6.5 lakh 70568 25 Shanmugha Arts Science Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) Thanjavur 3.5 lakh 72000 26 Thapar University Patiala 6 lakh 1,48,900 27 Sri Sivasubrmaniya Nadar College of Engineering Kalavakkam, Tamil Nadu 3.5 lakh   28 Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 8 lakh   28 IIT, Mandi Himachal Pradesh 9 lakh 1,10,850 30 IIT,  Gandhinagar Ahmedabad 7.5 lakh 1,28,500 31 IIT (BHU) Varanasi 8.3 lakh 1,20,700 31 BIT Ranchi Jharkhand 6 lakh   33 PSG College Of Technology Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu 3.6 lakh 57080 34 NIT, Warangal Warangal 67.12 84200 35 S.R.M Institute of Science and Technology Chennai 3.5 lakh   36 National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE) Mumbai 13.3 lakh   37 Thiagarajar College Of Engineering Madurai 3.6 lakh 62500 38 Pondicherry Engineering College Puducherry 4.5 lakh 71300 39 Delhi Technological University Delhi 9 lakh   40 Zakir Husain College of Engineering & Technology Aligarh, UP 3.33 lakh   41 Motilal Nehru NIT Allahabad 6.68 lakh 69776 42 Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (Deemed University) Nagpur, Maharashtra 5.5 lakh   43 Manipal Institute Of Technology Manipal, Karnataka 5.5 lakh 2,70,000 44 NIT, Calicut Calicut 5 lakh 72650 45 M. S. Ramaiah Institute Of Technology Bangalore 5 lakh 1,50,000 46 Amity University Gautam Budh Nagar, UP 3.15 lakh   47 Kalinga Institue Of Industrial Technology Bhubaneshwar 6 lakh 55000 48 Sri Venkateswara University Tirupati, Andhra 3.25 lakh   49 R.V. College Of Engineering Bengaluru 4.55 lakh 1,50,000 50 Sardar Vallabhbhai NIT Surat, Gujarat 5.55 lakh 80500 51 Coimbatore Institute Of Technology Coimbatore 3 lakh 76880 52 B.M.S. College of Engineering Bengaluru 6.4 lakh   53 NIT, Silchar Silchar 5.1 lakh 82870 54 Jaypee Institute Of Information Technology Noida 3.5 lakh 1,35,000 55 NIT Durgapur West Bengal 7 lakh 70417 56 Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Delhi 10 lakh   57 Kongu Engineering College Perundurai 2.2 lakh 29200 58 Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr.Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science & Technology Chennai 3 lakh   59 NIT, Hamirpur Hamirpur 4.75 lakh 76350 60 NIT Kurukshetra Haryana 6.2 lakh 73850 61 Maulana Azad NIT, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh 5 lakh   62 Karunya Institute Of Technology And Sciences Coimbatore 3 lakh 40000 63 Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad 4.25 lakh   64 Shri Ramdeobaba College Of Engineering And Management Nagpur 5 lakh 1,26,450 65 IIT Jodhpur Rajasthan 8.2 lakh   66 Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College Of Engineering Pune 3.2 lakh 95000 67 G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering Nagpur 3.3 lakh   68 K.L. (Koneru Lakshmaiah) College of Engineering Vaddeswaram, Andhra Pradesh 3.25 lakh   69 Pandit Dwarka Prasad Mishra Indian Institute Of Information Technology, Design And Manufacturing (IIITDM) Jabalpur 6 lakh 55500 70 Malaviya NIT, Jaipur Jaipur 5.1 lakh 97500 70 Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information & Communication Technology Gandhinagar, Gujarat 7 lakh   72 Siddaganga Institute Of Technology Tumkur, Karnataka 4 lakh 1,50,000 73 Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu 3.25 lakh   74 Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Dwarka, Delhi 4.5 lakh   75 International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad 16 lakh   76 Faculty of engineering, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda Vadodara, Gujarat 3.55 lakh   77 Army Institute of Technology Pune 4.2 lakh   78 PSNA College of Engineering & Technology Dindigul, Tamil Nadu 3 lakh   79 Institute Of Technology, Nirma University Ahmedabad 3.33 lakh 86700 80 University College of Engineering Hyderabad 4.75 lakh   81 Sagi Ramakrishnam Raju Engineering College Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh 3.62 lakh 43100 82 Kumaraguru College Of Technology Coimbatore 3.8 lakh 1,17,000 83 Jaypee University of Information Technology Solan, Himachal Pradesh 3.75 lakh   84 R.M.K. Engineering College Kavaraipettai, Tamil Nadu 3.25 lakh   85 Punjab Engineering College Chandigarh 5.8 lakh   86 PES University Bengaluru 5 lakh   87 NIT Manipur Manipur 4 lakh   88 Vignan's Foundation For Science, Technology And Research Guntur 3.03 lakh 5,08,333 89 B.S. Abdur Rahman Institute Of Science And Technology Chennai 3 lakh 2,00,000 90 Chaitanya Bharathi Institute Of Technology Hyderabad 3.75 lakh 1,13,300 91 Saveetha Engineering College Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu 4.06 lakh   92 C.V.Raman College Of Engineering Bhubaneswar 3.9 lakh 89000 93 College of Engineering, Trivandrum Kerala 3.84 lakh   94 Maharashtra Institute of Technology Pune 3.5 lakh   95 BMS Institute of Technology & Management Bengaluru 3.25 lakh   96 Sri Sai Ram Engineering College Chennai     97 St. Joseph's College of Engineering Chennai     98 Andhra University       99 K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu     100 NIT, Meghalaya Shillong 57.47 68500 demo

Take a glimpse on most scoring topics in JKCET 2017


  Updated on : 25/05/2017

 by : Admin

JKCET is a acronyms of Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test. Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test. Every year JKCET entrance exam conducted by J&K Board of Professional Entrance Examinations for admission to Bachelor of Engineering courses in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. JKCET is one of the few competitive exams where each and every topic has been assigned weight-age. While preparing for JKCET you should focus on topics having higher weight-age. For example for JKCET, Kinematics is more important than Rotational Mechanics. You should also focus on important chapters of Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology.Here we have mentions, the most scoring topics along with preparation tips to score higher in JKCET 20171. Focus more on important Chapters:In JKCET entrance exam, different type of questions to be asked, you should be on focus on all major chapters which is important for JKCET. Also check previous years question patterns and accordingly select the chapters.2. Previous test papers will give you a strong clue To the extent the paper design goes, there is no huge changes each year. By settling test papers of prior years, you can get an unmistakable thought regarding the example to anticipate. Additionally, it is important to know how to distinguish changing patterns in the past and get ready in like manner. 3. Practice Online or Prepare through Online MOCK test:Many web portal or website compiled large numbers of related questions which is useful for JKCET entrance exam. Just login in those sites and solved question of difficulty levels. Those mock test helps you to give the same It will give you a clear picture about the topics you’re weak in and help you overcome panic.4. Make a Revision planRevision is an important part of any preparation, TagMyCollege advised to the JKCET aspirants to allocate some time daily for revision. We would recommend understudies to hold 2 hours every day for amendment. The more you update the more you are firm in the hypothesis and ideas. The most ideal approach to amend Physics, Maths and Physical Chemistry for JKCET is to understand numerical questions.5. Prepare according to your strength and weaknessAs stats shows many aspirants like some chapters and leave others. Leaving a chapter is not recommended Especially for exams like JKCET where level of question asked is not extremely difficult.  As per TagMyCollege recommendation the section you find difficulties to make a note of essential theory from NCERT and solve the basics numericals. You should be able to solve simple data based questions from all the chapters, whether you are strong at it or weak at it.And in last focus on TIME MANAGEMENT AND SELF DISCIPLINEThe modern era is based on Whatapp, facebook and twitter, 4G maintaining self discipline is getting tougher. Still in order to crack JKCET entrance exam or other competitive exams you have to deal with your time and concentrate on studies. Complete abstains is not practical approach but it can be limited to one hours a week or so. Make a timetable and stick to it. All the best, for your exam!demo

Essential tips to crack JCECE Exam 2017


  Updated on : 11/05/2017

 by : Admin

Now in JCECE wrong answers get negative marks. For each wrong answer you will get - 0.25 marks so while endeavoring the question paper you ought to be watchful about negative checking. Simple speculating can be deadly for your choice. Endeavor just those questions you are certain about and don't touch questions you have no clue.Most importantly gather all the data about the formally recommended syllabus. Arrange your arrangements according to the syllabus. Bear in mind to cover all the syllabus in your plan. Separate the syllabus in units and get ready as indicated by that.Make a timetable that is proper on day-to-day basis. Give more hours to the most demanding subjects. Candidates do not forget to give some break time between the trainings.Now in JCECE wrong answers get negative marks. For each wrong answer you will get - 0.25 marks so while endeavoring the question paper you ought to be watchful about negative checking. Simple speculating can be deadly for your choice. Endeavor just those questions you are certain about and don't touch questions you have no clue.While preparing for examinations, note those subjects where you feel trouble down. Discuss about on those issues with buddies and family as well as classmates also take assistance from your own teachers to fix your queries.Mock test is the most crucial part of JCECE preparations. You have to solve assortment of mock papers and questions before trying for the specific assessment. Mock test should be solved by you in time that is stipulated. Analysis of test is very important to self-improvement. Through analysis you'll come to know your strengths and weaknesses.Don't make an effort to understand new chapters or issues through the peak of the test.As the exam date approaches, attempt to enhance your score and work on weaker regions.Best Books for JCECE Preparation         Questions asked in JCECE are considerably less demanding and direct from theory contrasted with other national level exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced or AIPMT and AIIMS. That means you           will need distinct group of books for JCECE Preparation.       Chemistry Books for JCECE PreparationNCERT Physics for class 11th and 12thPradeep Objective Chemistry       Physics Books for JCECE PreparationNCERT Physics for class 11th and 12thUnderstanding Physics Series by D.C.PandeyModules of Aakash Institute       Maths Books for JCECE PreparationNCERT Physics for class 11th and 12thObjective Mathematics by R.D.Sharma        Biology Books for JCECE PreparationNCERT Physics for class 11th and 12thTrueman’s Biology for class 11th and 12thdemo

Is BITSAT entrance difficulty level same as that of JEE Main exam?


  Updated on : 08/05/2017

 by : Admin

IITs have earned themselves a tremendous standing on the other side of the world in technical education owing to its credit to a lot of illustrious accomplishments in the past. Millions of engineering applicants toil through nights and days to decode IIT JEE in hope of making it to the hallowed engineering institutions of India. But following the report of Times of India made the headlines, the claims of superiority of IITs were set to rest. In accordance with the TOI report, BITSAT is more aggressive examination than JEE Main. In BITSAT, pupils have to resolve 150 concerns in 180 minutes. In JEE Main, pupils have to solve 90 issues in 180 minutes. JEE Main questions need greater conceptual clarity. BITSAT questions are direct. Candidates with great English stand an increased possibility of deciphering BITSAT. ·         On-Line platform: BITSAT is only an online Test. The number of candidates giving JEE Main off-line is still quite important. Thus for the BITSAT, since many individuals don't practice on-line test, anyone with an adequate custom of giving tests that are on-line develops a cutting edge really easily. ·         Degree of questions: Since, the number of questions in BITSAT are more than JEE Main as well as the time supplied is less, it's quite clear that the degree of difficulty of issues is less as compared with JEE Main, therefore the report of BITSAT is really simpler and one should solve rapidly and economically in less time. ·         Allowance for silly Mistakes: The distribution of marks is more extensive Because the number of candidates fighting for BITSAT is relatively less than number of candidates for JEE Main as well as the maximum a student may score in BITSAT is more. Thus, it's evident that in BITSAT you have a somewhat bigger margin to do some silly mistakes. ·         Level of Competition: whenever you sit for JEE Main, you compete with the toppers of the country whose prime objective to get into the IIT. Now the BITSAT is incredibly close to the JEE Advanced dates and held following the JEE Main. Here, the competition is reduced to a significant amount of a, like many candidates don't prepare well for BITSAT, which reduces the competition and already become quite confident about their JEE. The toppers would even be totally focusing on the JEE Advanced test.·         English & Aptitude Weightage: significant weightage is given by The BITSAT to language and your reasonable abilities. The questions asked need common comprehension in daily life and are quite essential. Scoring a full house here's simple plus it acts just as a bonus section for all. Therefore, while perhaps not for all, this section may give a particular section of candidates an incredibly large advantages. Conclusion: Difficulty level of BITSAT is somewhat simpler than the JEE Main exam yet it enables less time to understudies to tackle each question. Subsequently, applicants ought to concentrate on their speed at this moment. For the individuals who plan for both the engineering entrance tests, additional concentration is required for the English Proficiency and Logical Reasoning areas for BITSAT.demo

MHT CET 2017: Avoid These Silly Mistakes in the Exam


  Updated on : 29/04/2017

 by : Admin

MHCET - Maharashtra Technology Common Entrance Test is a state level entrance test. It is one of the most competitive exams for engineering graduates. More than 4 lakh students from Maharashtra state appeared for MHT-CET engineering entrance exam 2017. MHTCET Admit is issued online from 24 April to May 11, 2017. This test is scheduled on May 11, 2017Maharashtra state engineering college would concede understudies to their undergrad engineering projects on the premise of MH-CET/MHT CET till 2013, be that as it may, DTE Maharashtra rejected MHT CET and admissions into B.Tech/B.E. programs over the state engineering universities were offered through JEE Main in the scholarly year 2014 and 2015.Mistakes to be avoided on MHT CET 2017 Exam Day·         In MHT CET exam, the question paper is distributed at least 10-15 minutes before the exam start. But student tries to solve the question quickly that they tend to make mistakes. This is one of the reasons why a student fails to get his/her expected and good score. Understudies ought to exploit this time. Initially, they ought to peruse the MHT CET question paper altogether to comprehend the pattern and questions.·         After reading the whole question paper student should divide the questions into three different categories – easy, medium and tough. According to Experts, Student always attempts easy questions first and the difficult question should be attended in the end.  Tackling simple question first may support their confidence; though endeavoring intense ones may likewise diminish your confidence.·         Lack of time management is one of the reasons for students fails to achieve any goal/target. Applicants neglect to assign the ideal opportunity for each question in the exam paper. This by and large outcomes in their failure. Assign time for each question depending on three factors:Ø  Weightage to the questionØ  Type of questionØ  Whether it need graphics or diagrams ·         It is vital to keep your mind cool and quiet while endeavoring the test paper. ·         During the exams, it is observed that students mark a question to be answered later but in end, they forget to attempt it. They are advised to highlight the question they left for the end. This will mark as a reminder to them.·         Sometime students just read the questions and start to solving quickly. Read the question carefully, because it will help you prevent from unfavorable situations like: Ø  Remembering you missed something that was critical and ought to have been incorporated into the begin Ø  Mixing one answer with another Ø  Acknowledging in the middle of that you comprehended the question mistakenly  demo

Concept, Strategy for SET 2017


  Updated on : 26/04/2017

 by : Admin

So you are going to appear for the Symbiosis entrance exam and you do not know what to do. Then you need to know what are the easy tips to crack the SET exam 2017. You need to take alarming step when you are taking up an entrance examination and in particular Symbiosis Entrance which is quite important to scan. Here are the tips to get high score in SET 2017 which will help to understand the exam in a better manner. For SET exam preparation you need to follow -1.       Prepare and practice hard for the exams and get to know how things work out. You need to take up some of the subjects that will require more attention and concentration that will make things fall in places easily. It is important to practice more everyday so that you do not miss out anything or avoid any kind of silly mistakes that come on the path.2.       The tips to get high score in SET 2017 is better to take up mock tests that many institutes run or you can even take up some of the online mock exams as well. 3.       For SET exam preparation you need to be taking out time and segregating the time for each subject and concentrate and work on those. 4.       In order to score more and to have the latest SET exam preparation you need to understand and analyze the pages and see what works best for you. Then you will find that you need to take up the easy subject and refine your syllabus.5.       You need to bust your stress level and to do that you need to make sure that you have enough food and sleep before the exam. In another instance you need to understand that full dedication is required when you are about to prepare for the exam. 6.       When you are preparing for the exam make sure that you know the exam pattern and the question patterns as well for respective subjects. The more you are aware, the easy it becomes to crack the SET exam 2017. These are the most easy and best tips to get high score in SET 2017. If you are aiming for a good score then you need to prepare for it and see if you can get things fall in places. Symbiosis Entrance test is a little tough so you need to prepare yourself in a special order to crack the exam.demo

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