Monday 10 July 2017

Taking Tests to Remember Better and Score Higher

Studying is important because we learn new things. The importance of studying for a student is immense because students’ need to remember information that will be asked in the exam at the end of the year. However, rather than waiting for the institution or governing body to take an exam or test students should attempt to test their knowledge immediately after a studying session. There has been enough research done to show that tests are beneficial to students in remembering what they studied better.
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Tuesday 4 October 2016

Robomate+, the revolutionary way to learn was finally revealed

The Revolution was finally revealed yesterday after, an evening of super excitement and entertainment. Mr. Amitabh Bachchan, the brand ambassador of Robomate+ unveiled the Learning Management System, developed by MT Educare, after a fun filled evening.
The evening was hosted by the suave Hussain Kuwajerwala. He started off the entertaining evening with a dance show by V Company. The boys of V Company were all over the stage with their amazing dance moves. Hussain himself performed on a couple of Bollywood songs. Other entertainers who had the crowds screaming for more were singers Mohammad Irfan, Mohit Gaur and Mansheel Gujral. Mohammad Irfan sang the songs, he has sung for various Hindi films including Baarish from the film Yariyan. He was followed by Mohit Gaur, who sang his famous ‘cupcake’ among other songs. Digvijay Singh rendered soulful numbers and ended his performance with the song ‘Badtameez Dil’ from the film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani. Dipti Sharma and Suraj Biswas also had the audience tapping to their numbers. Antara Mitra gave a splendid performance and had the audience on their feet with numbers like Dum Mast Kalandar and Balam Pichkari from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.

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NEET And The Fate Of Private And State Medical Colleges

NEET And The Fate Of Private And State Medical Colleges
The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) will not play with the fate of the students as much as it will affect the private and the state colleges. Before the directive of the Supreme Court came into effect, the students had to take an examination at the all India level for taking admission into the top notch medical colleges that are run by the Central Government. The students were to take a separate examination for the state run medical colleges. However, the scenario has altered with the implementation of this rule and it is made for to serve better purposes for the students and the convenience of the authorities to conduct the examinations.
Benefits of NEET
While the directive of the Supreme Court is not likely to affect the fate of the students, it will certainly have an impact at the way in which the entire system functioned at the state level. However, the truth is that the students will also benefit with the implementation of this rule despite the fact that they are apparently in a state of confusion after the roll-out of this rule. The following points will illustrate.
  • The misuse of the entire system in which large amount of capitation fees were accepted by the private colleges for granting admission to the aspiring medical candidates will no longer remain in effect.
  • The implementation of this rule will make way for better and transparent checking and it can be expected that the authorities will have better ways to manage a single entrance examination for the candidates living in India.

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Turning the Class Inside out – the flipped classroom.

Turning the Class Inside out – the flipped classroom.

It is usual for most children to show promise while growing up. Most parents love to display their child’s talent of memorizing poetry and songs to relatives and friends. However, the same parents lament the loss of interest in studies as the children grow up. “He can do it,” says the parent. “If only he would take interest.” It is not rare to find a teacher scolding her student by recounting the songs her student can remember, but when it comes to studies, the teacher is disappointed at the student’s ability to remember simple theorems. Sometimes, it even happens that certain students show promise in class, but the next day they are struggling with the same lessons.
Why do some students fall behind in studies?
There are many answers to question why. Most of them are related to the interest levels of students, and that the lectures are boring. However, is there a solution to this? What if lectures were made interesting? They could include animation and presentations! It has long been accepted that children retain most information when it is presented to them in a pleasing manner.

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Joint Entrance Exam(JEE) Is An Exception For The Participants

Joint Entrance Exam(JEE) Is An Exception For The Participants

The Joint Entrance Examination(JEE) is a highly competitive examination which is jointly conducted for obtaining admission to the IIT’s and the engineering colleges under the guidance of the board. The performance of the candidates provides a clear idea about those students that have the eligibility to take admission in the engineering colleges although the selection is done rank-wise. Therefore, the students with higher ranks have a better chance of gaining admission to the colleges under the zonal IIT’s and the state run engineering colleges in India. Students can take this examination after completion of Class XII or the Senior Secondary Examinations that are conducted by the state boards as well by the other boards such as CBSE.
Getting on with the basics
With exceptional knowledge of solving the most critical problems of Mathematics and Physics, the students can get ahead in life by pursuing a career in engineering. Read the following points.

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AIIMS MBBS Exam 2016

AIIMS MBBS Exam 2016
Introduction to AIIMS MBBS Exam
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) is a well known and the most resourceful medical university and research institution under Indian government located in Delhi, India. The government organization conducts AIIMS MBBS Exam every year in India. Candidates who clear the AIIMS MBBS exam get the opportunity to experience advanced medical training from the expert faculties of AIIMS during their undergraduate course. Undoubtedly AIIMS MBBS is the toughest exam in the medical field in India but an undergraduate degree from AIIMS is capable of opening the routes to fortune for sure.
AIIMS 2016 MBBS Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who want to appear in the AIIMS MBBS Examination have to qualify a certain eligibility criteria in terms of age, passing percentage, academic board of education and primary subjects.
The minimum percentage requirement in the 10+2 results for the candidates to be eligible for AIIMS MBBS 2016 is
Category                            General       SC/ST
Aggregate marks (%)          60                50
Candidates applying for AIIMS MBBS 2016 Exams must have PCB (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) and English in their 10+2 exam.
Candidates applying for AIIMS MBBS 2016 Exams must have accomplished their 10+2 from CBSE or a recognized Board.
Candidates applying for AIIMS MBBS 2016 Exams must be of 17 years of more on the date December 31, 2016.
Candidates applying for AIIMS MBBS 2016 Exams must be Indian.

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Pursuing A Fascinating Career In Engineering With JEE Advanced Examination

Pursuing A Fascinating Career In Engineering With JEE Advanced Examination

For engineering aspirants in India, the first hurdle that the students must consider is the Joint Entrance Examination which is a common entrance test for the students. In fact, this exam also targets those students that are eager to take admission in the zonal IIT’s the most eminent engineering institution in India. This examination is held in two phases. While the first one is called JEE Mains Examination, the second phase is JEE Advanced. The other technical institutes that are included for admission in this examination are National Institute of Design, Institute of Engineering Science and Technology Shibpur and the Central Funded Technical Institute. However, not all students have access to the advanced examinations that are held before the mains.
Things to know
Which candidates can take JEE Advanced Examination and what is the implication of this test? Out of the students that take this examination every year, around 1.5 lakh students can take the advanced tests. Take a quick look at the following points.
  • Not taking the JEE Advanced Examination does not mean that you have reached the end of the road while pursuing a successful career in engineering. You can still get into some of the top engineering colleges.
  • The JEE Advanced Examination is meant for those students that are keen to take admission to the IIT’s and the Indian School of Mines Dhanbad.