JEE Main 2016 Application Form will be tentatively available from first week of November.The annoucement should be coming anytime now. Students will be given one month time to fill and submit the online form by registering, uploading scanned images (of photograph, signature and left thumb impression in JPEG formats) and fee payment. Application fee payment can be done through debit/credit cards as well as through … Continue reading Guidelines for filling JEE Main 2016 Application Form
The IIT Joint Admission Committee (JAC) is likely to introduce a written section in the Joint Entrance Examination Advanced (JEE Advanced) in 2017. This written segment will be conducted after the JEE Main and JEE Advanced papers. This new segment has been proposed in order to curtail the guess work by students and test their actual capabilities and knowledge about the subject. This would require … Continue reading IIT Joint Admission Committee likely to introduce written exam 2017 onwards
Students may not require their Class XII board marks for admissions to all central engineering institutes, other than IITs, from next year or by 2017, if a Central Seat Allocation Board (CSAB) recommendation is accepted by the ministry of human resource development. On the other hand, the competitive exam may be held a tad earlier next year, for authorities say that additional time is required … Continue reading Students may not require their Class XII board marks for admissions to all central engineering institutes, other than IITs
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When you start preparing for competitive exams like PMT, IITJEE, AIEEEi am sure most of you face this question “From which book should I study Physics?”. There are lots of books available in the market in Physics for preparation of exams like IITJEE/AIEEE/PMT and it could be quite confusing choosing from numerous available options.I would advise you all to choose one good book for example NCERT book or concepts of physics by HC Verma for reading text and clearing your concepts in physics.
In a major decision, the IIT Council chaired by Union Human Resource Development minister Smriti Irani has agreed to change the IIT-JEE Advanced eligibility criteria- from the existing top 20 percentile to top 20 percentile or 75 per cent marks in the Class XII board exam, whichever is lower.
Recommended by the IIT Joint Admission Board (JAB) earlier this month, the changed JEE eligibility criteria will be a major relaxation for IIT aspirants from the CBSE board system and state boards which are seen as more generous with their marking system.
The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are considering relaxing the top 20 percentile criterion for eligibility for their engineering entrance exam, JEE Advanced.
The plan was suggested in the meeting of the Joint Admission Board (JAB) of the IITs last week.
Study Package for Physics for JEE Main and Advanced 2014 is a set of 12 books that are designed to prepare students for the Joint Entrance Examination, carried out by the Indian Institutes of Technology. This package comprises four sections. The Electromagnetism section has four booklets, covering subjects such as magnetic effects of current, electric circuits, direct current and electromagnetic induction. The General Mechanics section has three books, which cover topics such as vectors, circular motion, gravitation and the utilization of Maths in Physics.