Tuesday, 27 September 2016

‘10,000 MBBS seats to be added in medical colleges in country by 2017’


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JAIPUR: By 2017, 10,000 MBBS seats will be added in the medical colleges across the country, Union minister of state for health and family welfare Faggan Singh Kulaste said while addressing the second healthcare summit in the city on Friday.
The number of seats will be increased through the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), he added.
He said that the Centre has identified 58 hospitals, which have at least 200-bed capacity, to be upgraded to medical colleges. Moreover, they will also complete the construction of approved All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) within deadline to meet the target of adding 10,000 MBBS seats in the country.
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At present, there are about 50,000 MBBS seats in the country. But, the Centre is willing to increase the number of seats so that the problem of shortage of doctors in the country can be dealt with.
Recently, Union health minister J P Nadda had informed the Parliament that 58 hospitals will be upgraded to medical colleges that will give rise to 5,800 additional MBBS seats, with each medical college having 100 seats.

Thursday, 22 September 2016

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IMPORTANT : NATIONAL TALENT SEARCH EXAMINATION (NTSE) – 2017


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National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) conduct the National Talent Search Examination (NTSE), a national level exam, every year to award scholarships. Every year, lakhs of students appear in the examination to avail scholarships. This scholarship examination conducts in 02 stages, Stage-I (conducted at State Level) and Stages-II (conducted at National Level). Both stages include Mental Ability Test (MAT) and Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Aspirants need to qualify both the examination in order to avail the scholarship. Students should know some important facts and Stats of NTSE Examination before appearing.
  • In NTSE 2016 exam, a total of 975 students were declared qualified from across India in NTSE. NTSE examinations test logical and analytical skills of students and where the good understanding of the subject is needed.
  • To appear in stage-2 examination, students have to qualify the stage-1 exam. Every year, almost 4000 students appear in Stage-II exam.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016

20,000 more will be eligible for JEE (Advanced) 2017


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Mumbai: Twenty thousand more students will be eligible to writeJEE (Advanced) 2017 after clearing JEE (Main), taking the number to 2.2 lakh. Last year, two lakh students were shortlisted. This is in keeping with the projected increase in seats by 500 in the coming year.
The decision was taken at the joint admission board meeting in Chennai on Sunday along with implementation of some other key features. JEE (A) 2017 will be organised by IIT-Madras and will be held on May 21. IITs are planning to introduce several student-friendly features, including the use of video tutorials for registration, result announcement and choice-filling.
Source: www.timesofindia.com

IIT Madras Will Conduct Next JEE Advanced Exam

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Indian Institute of Technology- IIT Madras is going to conduct Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) 2017. we know that IIT Madras is No 1 ranked Institute in India by the NIRF, so candidates can expect a tough paper and competition platform to join IITs, NITs, IIITs.
Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) is an all India common engineering entrance examination, which is conducted for admission in engineering colleges like IITs, NITs, IIITs and ISM Dhanbad. It is one of the most challenging engineering admission Exam.
The institute which conduct JEE Exam will set the question paper, answer keys, announcement of results and handling the JEE portal. 11.28 lakh students had appeared for the IIT JEE Main exam in 2016.
JEE consists of two parts, JEE Main and JEE Advanced. JEE-Advanced is for admission in IITs, while the JEE-Main exam is for admission to NITs, IIITs, CFTIs. Only the students selected in JEE Mains are eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced.
Eligibility
  • Applicant should have passed or pursuing XII.
  • students need to have at least 75 % marks or be in top 20 percentile in Class XII.
  • SC, ST students should have 65 % marks.
An official said “After examining the Ashok Mishra Committee’s report and public feedback, MHRD has decided on a few changes in the JEE pattern for 2017. The present system of allotting 40 per cent weightage to Class 12 marks for determining ranks in JEE shall be dispensed with.
Source: www.examswatch.com

CFAL to train students for JEE

Centre For Advanced Learning (CFAL) and Ignus will train for free select students from government schools for the National Talent Search Examination and the Joint Entrance Examination.
In a press release, the CFAL said it will conduct a screening test on September 18 to select 50 students from the Government School for the 10-day long training for NTSE examination from October 10.
Students will be writing a number of mock tests during this training programme.
Selection
Twenty-five students, who consistently fare well in these tests, will be selected for two-year-long training for the Joint Entrance Examination and the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Examination.
Eligibility
Students, whose average marks in Science and Mathematics is more than 85 per cent in Class 9, can write the examination.
Interested students can contact the school headmaster, the Block Education Officer or call CFAL/ Ignus at 7406854074/ 9845737120.
The screening test will be held on September 18 between 10.30 a.m. and 11.30 a.m.

Students from 9 countries can appear directly for JEE advanced


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JAB (Joint Admission Board) of IITs has decided that students from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, Singapore, the UAE and Ethiopia will be allowed to directly appear for the JEE (advanced) test, skipping the JEE (main) that Indian students have to take.
The idea has been approved in-principle. Each IITwill also ratify it and the IIT council will approve it next week,” an official said. This was being done to showcase India’s soft power. In any case, he said, foreign students would not eat into the seats meant for Indians.
The principle reason for this is to make it into the list of top educational institutes. “In all international rankings one of the key parameters is international students and IITs lose out in a big way despite scoring well on other parameters,” another official said.
Foreign nationals will be given seats under supernumerary category,” he said. Pakistan has been left out due to home ministry’s objection.
An official said “The cost of admission will be recovered from the foreign student and the government will not bear any expense on account of foreign students. They will be given the same facilities as Indian students.