July 2022 - CBSE INFO

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JEE Main Day 2 Analysis: Math Continue to be Tougher in Session 2, Students Say Some Questions 'Tricky & Lengthy'

7/26/2022 03:35:00 pm

On day 2 of JEE Main 2022 session 2, math continued to be on the tougher side. While physics and chemistry remained between easy to moderate level. Once again, a few students found the mathematics section difficult as quite a few questions involved lengthy calculations. Further, numerical based questions asked from binomial theorem, definite integrals and functions were lengthy and tricky, as reported by students. A few questions in physics involved lengthy calculations, thus making them tricky, said students.

“Questions were asked from all chapters with emphasis on chapters of calculus and conic sections. Circle, parabola, ellipse and hyperbola had questions with mixed concepts, In calculus, functions, application of derivatives, differential equations, area and definite integrals were covered. Few easy questions were asked in vectors and 3D geometry. Numerical based questions involved some lengthy and tricky questions from binomial theorem, definite integrals and functions as reported by students," said Ramesh Batlish, Head, FIITJEE Noida.

“A few students found the mathematics section difficult as quite a few questions involved lengthy calculation. About 7 questions from algebra included chapters of binomial theorem, permutation and combination sequences and series, as well as complex numbers. Three to four questions were from vectors and three-dimensional geometry and 2 from matrices and determinants. Questions generally involved the intertwining of two concepts. To score well on such a paper, a student should practise regularly and solve mock tests, said Ajay Sharma, National Academic Director, Engineering, Aakash BYJU’S Mathematics.

The physics paper was considered to be easy by a large number of students, added Sharma. Questions from class 11 and 12 were equally distributed. “Some numerical-based questions were involving elaborate calculations. A few students also reported that some questions were a bit tricky. About 6 questions from mechanics, at at least 2 from heat and thermodynamics, about 3 from electricity and magnetics and a good number of questions from modern physics, waves and sound were asked," he added.

The chemistry paper was the easiest of all, said Batlish. “Physical and organic chemistry were given more weightage compared to inorganic chemistry. Questions were asked from coordination compounds and environmental chemistry. Organic chemistry had questions from benzene, phenols, amines and biomolecules. Numerical based questions from physical chemistry were easy. Questions were asked from chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, solutions and mole concept. Inorganic chemistry had questions mostly from NCERT," he added.

Want to Study MBBS in Hindi? Here's Where to Apply

7/26/2022 03:30:00 pm

Madhya Pradesh is all set to introduce the medical curriculum in Hindi from the new academic session. The state has become the first one to rebuild the medical syllabus in Hindi for the students who struggle to fit in with the English curriculum. On Republic Day this year, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan had announced that the state will provide all medical education including MBBS through the Hindi medium as well.

Following the decision of the state government, Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal is the first college to implement the Hindi syllabus for the upcoming academic session. An official of the Medical Education Department told a leading news daily that the translation work of the English books to Hindi to fit into the curriculum is underway and is almost over. After the session begins, students will be able to get these books.

Madhya Pradesh’s Medical Education Minister, Vishvas Sarang had earlier stated that a 14-member high-level committee has been set up under the chairmanship of Madhya Pradesh medical education director Dr Jiten Shukla to constitute an action plan. As per reports, that admission in the new academic session will be done in both English and Hindi languages.

Apart from this, a total of 4,000 students of MBBS first year will have the option to study from either English or Hindi books. The report further asserts that this year around 60 to 70 per cent of students seeking admission in MBBS courses in the state are from Hindi medium. As per the plan, teachers will use the Hindi language as much as possible during their class lectures. Supplementary reference books of three subjects – anatomy, physiology and bio-chemistry will also be made available to MBBS first-year students in the Hindi language at a later stage. Various committees were formed to carry out this action plan.

The nationwide medical entrance examination, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) was held on July 17 this year. The common entrance examination is conducted every year for the students who wish to seek admission to the undergraduate medical courses in the best medical colleges in the country. This time, students who clear the exam can apply for medical colleges in Madhya Pradesh if they want to opt for the curriculum in the Hindi medium.

Furthermore, not just Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand government too plans to implement the same. In line with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, state education minister Dhan Singh Rawat had earlier said offering MBBS course in Hindi is on the state government’s agenda. An action plan will be finalised soon and the implementation will roll out from the 2023-24 academic session.

CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation begins today at cbse.gov.in, check last date, application fees, steps to apply

7/26/2022 03:20:00 pm

The results were declared on the official website www.cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in along with DigiLocker and UMANG app

The Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 was announced on July 22, 2022, for more than 35 lakh students. The results were declared on the official website www.cbse.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in along with DigiLocker and UMANG app.

Notably, there is no confusion regarding the term-wise weightage in CBSE Result 2022, but CBSE is now allowing students to apply for verification and revaluation.

1. CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation begins today

The CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation begins today, and students who are not happy with their CBSE Results 2022 can apply for the rechecking of their answer scripts.

2. CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation Process

CBSE Result 2022 Revaluation schedule will allow students 2 days to apply for verifying their marks. The CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation will end on July 28, 2022.

3. CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation: Last date, application fees

The CBSE Class 10, 12 students can apply for the verification till 11:59 pm on July 28, 2022. Students will have to pay Rs 500 per subject for verification.

4. CBSE Class 10, 12 Result 2022 Revaluation: Steps to apply

Done With Class 12? Check Out Top 10 Indian University & How to Secure a Seat in Them

7/26/2022 03:16:00 pm

Selecting a college for admission is never a simple decision. One has to navigate a complex admissions process for the list of preferred universities, and each one’s unique qualifying requirements.

With the introduction of the Central Universities Common Entrance Test (CUCET), many universities have changed their admission process and are enrolling students based on their CUET scores. Here is a list of the top 10 universities in India based on NIRF Ranking and their admission process.

NIRF INDIA RANKINGS 2022: TOP 10 UNIVERSITIES

Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru: IISc offers Bachelor of Science (Research) courses in various disciplines. Admissions to these courses are given based on the candidate’s performance in common entrance exams including JEE Advanced, KVPY, and NEET. The college offers BTech in Mathematics and Computing through IIT-JEE Advances.  Admission into the IISc Bangalore is based on JEE Main 2022 scores.

JNU, New Delhi:  The Jawaharlal Nehru University comprises nearly 20 schools and centres of study offering over 100 courses with a wide range of specialisations. These courses are offered in various streams such as Arts, Technology, Management, Science, etc. at UG, PG, and doctorate levels. JNU application process for UG and Certificate courses takes place via CUET. Now the JNU admission can be taken by CUCET score. Candidates can visit the official website of NTA  at cuet.samarth.ac.in to register themselves. The application fee of JNU is INR 2000 for the general category.

Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), New Delhi: The total number of courses offered by Jamia Millia Islamia in both the regular and self-financed forms is 223. The University also provides distance learning courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and diploma levels. For admission to nearly all of the courses until 2021, JMI entrance exams were held. However starting 2022, admission to a few UG courses will be subject to CUET conducted by NTA.

Jadavpur University, Kolkata: Over 130 courses are available at the UG, PG, and PhD levels at Jadavpur University in Kolkata, encompassing a variety of fields including as arts, science, engineering, and technology. Students are admitted to the university on the strength of their academic record and their achievement on the entrance exam. Admission to all these courses is either based on entrance test scores or based on candidates’ performance in the last qualifying examinations. Students can check the admission form link at www.jaduniv.edu.in

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore: Amrita University has five campuses in three different states and offers over 120 UG, PG, and PhD programmes. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham follows a comprehensive approach for admission to various UG and PG programmes. The admission process for a majority of courses includes Personal Interview (PI) conducted by the admission committee. The University also conducts Amrita Engineering Entrance Exam (AEEE) for admission to BTech programme.

Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi:  BHU offers a wide range of courses from many different streams, including Humanities, Social Science, Technology, Medicine, Science, Fine Arts, and Performing Arts. It has three institutes, 14 faculties, 140 departments, four interdisciplinary centres, a constituent college for women, and three constituent schools. In addition, the university has a large number of specialized research centres, 10 departments covered by special support programmes, and six centres for advanced study. Admission to these courses is either based on BHU UET or scores obtained by eligible candidates in course-specific entrance exams.

Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal: Admission to most of the courses is offered on the basis of the online Manipal Entrance Test (MET) followed by GD and PI conducted by the MAHE. MET 2022 Application Form has also been released online. Candidates can fill out the application form through the official website by paying Rs 600 (Rs 1400 for selected courses). In addition, the university also considers national-level entrance tests including NATA/ JEE Paper-II for B.Arch, NEET PG/UG, NEET SS, and NEET MDS for MD/MBBS/BDS, MS, MDS, and DM/M.Ch courses respectively.

lcutta University, Kolkata: Admission to Calcutta University for 2022 is currently open. For all affiliated colleges, the university has made the application form for admission to UG courses available. For UG admission, the deadline to apply is August 5, 2022. On the university’s or desired college’s official website, applicants can submit their applications online. On July 20, 2022, applications for Calcutta University’s BALLB admission will go on sale. Until August 8, 2022, eligible candidates may submit an online application for the position. Also being accepted at the university are applications for MBA and PhD admission in 2022. For MBA and PhD admission, the last day to submit an application is July 26, 2022, and the dates are July 19 and 26, respectively. Calcutta University will also shortly release the application forms for the 2022 M.Tech admissions cycle.

Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore: VIT Vellore offers a BTech program which is offered for a duration of four years via regular mode and in 10 different specializations of Engineering and Technology. Admission to the BTech program at VIT Vellore is strictly done on the basis of the merits secured by the students in the VITEEE exam score followed by general counseling sessions.

University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad: Hyderabad University, also known as the Central University of Hyderabad presently offers PG, integrated, and doctorate courses in the stream of Science, Management, Arts, Engineering, and Law across its constituent schools or departments. Admission to all the courses offered at the university campus generally begins in June every year, and the registration closes in August. Admission into UOH is now by CUCET.