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Mahesh Tutorials Science has now made available the NTSE Stage II 2016 Answer Key available to its students. You can get it here
Mahesh Tutorials Science has made the answer key for the AIPMT 2016 test available to students.
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Mahesh Tutorials Science has made the answer key for the JEE Main 2016 (Offline) test available to students.
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MHT-CET is the doorway to enter the professional Courses. Unlike the board exams, this exam is given in one day. MHT-CET is the most important exam in Maharashtra for students aspiring to become doctors and engineers. Getting expert guidance and mentoring at this stage is Critical to getting admission into your dream college. And you can get this expert guidance and mentoring from the distinguished faculty of MT Educare (formerly Mahesh Tutorials)-Prof. Chintan Parekh and Dr. Surendra Singh-sitting right in your home.
Along with Topper Sandesh Shetty (190/200 at MHTCET), the faculty will explore the journey to cracking MHT-CET including,
1. Methodology and techniques to prepare CET: Subject wise, Chapter wise and Topic wise.
Detailed idea on how to manage and prioritize Chapters of a given subject and allocate proper time to complete it 100%.
2. Talk by CET Topper
Our topper Mr. Sandesh Shetty who secured 190/200 will be emphasizing on the systematic preparation and give complete guidance as to how to boost your CET scores.
3. Establishing a fix routine/day planning
Managing time and acting wisely is the foremost need to crack any competitive examination especially if it’s CET.
4. Health tips& Diet management
An expert opinion about choosing your diet plan and Do’s and Don’ts to maintain vibrant health and sound state of mind
The webinar is scheduled on 30th March between 6 pm to 6.45 pm.
So go ahead and Grab your CET by registering here for Free!
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The two-stage Joint Entrance Examination for admission into the country’s IITs and NITs will undergo major changes in the future if the Centre accepts the a series of recommendations of a high-powered committee. The new rule will come into force from 2017.
These suggestions have been made to put an end to the race for engineering seats. Under the new rule, students will have to clear an aptitude test to qualify for the JEE Main examination. In an announcement on Saturday, the HRD ministry said that by early 2016, a National Testing Service will be set up to conduct the aptitude test, which can be taken two or more times in a year. “This shall test scientific thinking, which no amount of coaching can teach,“ said a senior ministry official.
The decision was taken by an expert committee set up by the ministry to reform the engineering exam methodology. The committee was headed by former IIT Bombay director Prof Ashok Misra. The panel has asked the IITs to develop a system so that they can take mock JEE exams and needn't study in coaching institutes. The possibility of using the Massive Open Online Courses platform can also be explored, the committee said.
Based on the aptitude test performance, about four lakh candidates will be shortlisted for the IIT JEE. The JEE, however, will continue to be on the same lines as it is at present. The current system is being slightly tweaked. JEE 2016 will have an enhanced intake from 1.5 lakh to 2 lakh students into the JEE (Advanced) stage. The weightage given to Board marks in JEE (Main) will not continue for 2016.
Lakshya, the MT Educare wing that provides coaching for Boards, JEE (Main & Advanced), Engineering, & Medical entrance exams, organized a seminar for the students of Standard 10 who have expressed an interest in pursuing Science.
The Maharashtra government has announced that from 2016 onwards it will not be participating in the JEE exams for admission to engineering colleges in the state. Instead, it is reintroducing MH-CET for engineering.
State higher and technical education minister Vinod Tawde said that this move was introduced to reduce the burden on students as they will not have to study the CBSE Class 11 and 12 syllabi, as required for JEE. This, says Mr. Tawde, will make matters easier for students as they need to only study the State Board syllabus for attempting the CET. Along with MH-CET scores, the aspirants’ Class 12 marks will be also considered for admission to engineering colleges in the state.
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